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					       VILLAGE OF
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILLINOIS


       OPERATING BUDGET
         FISCAL YEAR 2012-13
           BEGINNING MAY 1, 2012
             ADOPTED




VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, ILLINOIS
         33 S. Arlington Heights Road
     Arlington Heights, Illinois 60005-1499
                          VILLAGE OF
                      ARLINGTON HEIGHTS


                             OPERATING BUDGET
                             FISCAL YEAR 2012-13
                               BEGINNING MAY 1, 2012
                                  ADOPTED

                                   VILLAGE BOARD
                              Arlene J. Mulder, Village President


Carol Blackwood, Trustee                                      Thomas W. Hayes, Trustee
Norman Breyer, Trustee                                        Bert Rosenberg, Trustee
Joseph C. Farwell, Trustee                                    John Scaletta, Trustee
Thomas Glasgow, Trustee                                       Michael Sidor, Trustee




                                 VILLAGE MANAGER
                                       William C. Dixon



                       FINANCE DIRECTOR/TREASURER
                                     Thomas F. Kuehne
TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

        Village Administration.......................................................................................................................................................1
        Organizational Chart ........................................................................................................................................................2
        Transmittal Letter from the Village Manager ....................................................................................................................3
        GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award..........................................................................................................13
        Budget & Financial Plan Calendar .................................................................................................................................14
        Financial Performance Goals.........................................................................................................................................16
        Budget Document Purpose & Content ...........................................................................................................................21



FINANCIAL SUMMARIES

        All Funds Summary........................................................................................................................................................24
        Fund Balance Summary.................................................................................................................................................25
        All Funds Revenues and Expenditures ..........................................................................................................................27
        All Funds Graph – Where the Money Comes From .......................................................................................................28
        All Funds Graph – Where the Money Goes ...................................................................................................................29
        Property Tax Bill ...........................................................................................................................................................30
        General Fund Graph – Where the Money Comes From ................................................................................................31
        General Fund Graph – Where the Money Goes ............................................................................................................32
        Water & Sewer Fund Graph – Where the Money Comes From.....................................................................................33
        Water & Sewer Fund Graph – Where the Money Goes .................................................................................................34
        Employee Census ..........................................................................................................................................................35
        Expenditures & Staffing Summary by Operation............................................................................................................36
        Interfund Transfers Detail...............................................................................................................................................37



CIP / DEBT SERVICE

        Capital Improvement Program Summary .......................................................................................................................38
        CIP Five Year Spending and Funding Summary ...........................................................................................................39
        Debt Summary ...............................................................................................................................................................42
        Summary of Outstanding Bond Issues...........................................................................................................................45
        Annual Debt Service Requirements ...............................................................................................................................45
GENERAL FUND ........................................................................................................................................................................46
              Fund at a Glance............................................................................................................................................................47
              General Fund Expenditure Summary & Graph ..............................................................................................................48
              General Fund Revenues ................................................................................................................................................49
              General Fund Revenue - Notes .....................................................................................................................................52

              Board of Trustees ........................................................................................................................................................62
                       Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures ...........................................................................63
                       Operation Summary........................................................................................................................................65
                       Expenditures...................................................................................................................................................66
                       Expenditure Detail ..........................................................................................................................................67

              Village Manager............................................................................................................................................................69
                       Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures ...........................................................................70
                       Operation Summary........................................................................................................................................73
                       Expenditures...................................................................................................................................................74
                       Personnel Summary .......................................................................................................................................75
                       Expenditure Detail ..........................................................................................................................................76

              Human Resources Department...................................................................................................................................78
                     Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures ...........................................................................79
                     Operation Summary........................................................................................................................................83
                     Expenditures...................................................................................................................................................84
                     Personnel Summary .......................................................................................................................................85
                     Expenditure Detail ..........................................................................................................................................86

              Legal Department.........................................................................................................................................................88
                      Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures ...........................................................................89
                      Operation Summary........................................................................................................................................91
                      Expenditures...................................................................................................................................................92
                      Personnel Summary .......................................................................................................................................93
                      Expenditure Detail ..........................................................................................................................................94

              Finance Department.....................................................................................................................................................96
                      Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures ...........................................................................97
                      Operation Summary......................................................................................................................................102
                      Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................103
                      Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................104
                      Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................................................................105

              Boards & Commissions.............................................................................................................................................107
                      Narrative .......................................................................................................................................................108
                      Operation Summary......................................................................................................................................109
                      Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................110
                      Expenditure Detail
                           Administration.......................................................................................................................................119
                           Zoning Board of Appeals......................................................................................................................119
                           Building Code Review Board................................................................................................................120
                           Board of Local Improvements...............................................................................................................120
                           Board of Fire and Police Commissioners .............................................................................................121
                           Plan Commission..................................................................................................................................121
                           Environmental Commission..................................................................................................................122
                           Housing Commission............................................................................................................................122
                           Electrical Commission ..........................................................................................................................123
                           Senior Citizens Commission.................................................................................................................123
                           Youth Commission ...............................................................................................................................124
                           Design Commission..............................................................................................................................124
                           Commission for Citizens with Disabilities .............................................................................................125
                           Special Events Commission .................................................................................................................125
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                         Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission .........................................................................................126
                         The Arlington Economic Alliance..........................................................................................................126
                         Arts Commission ..................................................................................................................................127

    Police Department......................................................................................................................................................128
             Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures .........................................................................129
             Operation Summary......................................................................................................................................134
             Expenditures – Police...................................................................................................................................135
             Expenditures – Police Grant.........................................................................................................................136
             Personnel Summary – Police .......................................................................................................................137
             Expenditure Detail – Police...........................................................................................................................138
             Personnel Summary – Police Grant .............................................................................................................143
             Expenditure Detail – Police Grant.................................................................................................................144

    Fire Department..........................................................................................................................................................145
             Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures .........................................................................146
             Operation Summary......................................................................................................................................150
             Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................151
             Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................152
             Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................................................................153

    Planning & Community Development Department .................................................................................................156
            Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures .........................................................................157
            Operation Summary......................................................................................................................................172
            Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................173
            Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................174
            Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................................................................175

    Building & Health Services Department

           Building Services ...............................................................................................................................................177
               Building & Health Services Department Operation Summary.......................................................................178
               Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures .........................................................................179
               Building Services Operation Summary .........................................................................................................185
               Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................186
               Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................187
               Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................................................................188
           Health Services...................................................................................................................................................190
               Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures .........................................................................191
               Operation Summary......................................................................................................................................202
               Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................203
               Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................204
               Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................................................................205
           Senior Services ..................................................................................................................................................208
               Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures .........................................................................209
               Operation Summary......................................................................................................................................213
               Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................214
               Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................215
               Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................................................................216
             Engineering Department............................................................................................................................................218
                     Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures .........................................................................219
                     Operation Summary......................................................................................................................................222
                     Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................223
                     Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................224
                     Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................................................................225

             Public Works Department..........................................................................................................................................227
                     Narrative, Goals & Objectives and Performance Measures ........................................................................228
                     Operation Summary......................................................................................................................................232
                     Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................233
                     Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................234
                     Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................................................................235

             Non-Operating
                    Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................240
                    Expenditure Detail ........................................................................................................................................241

MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND ..........................................................................................................................................................242

             Fund at a Glance..........................................................................................................................................................243
             Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................................244
             Expenditures ................................................................................................................................................................244
             Expenditure Detail
                 Engineering ..........................................................................................................................................................245
                 Public Works ........................................................................................................................................................245

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) FUND ..............................................................................................246

             Fund at a Glance..........................................................................................................................................................247
             Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................................248
             Expenditures ................................................................................................................................................................248
             Personnel Summary.....................................................................................................................................................251
             Expenditure Detail
                 Planning & Community Development...................................................................................................................252
                 CDBG Program ....................................................................................................................................................252
                 Non-Operating......................................................................................................................................................254

FIRE ACADEMY FUND...............................................................................................................................................................255

             Fund at a Glance..........................................................................................................................................................256
             Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................................258
             Expenditures ................................................................................................................................................................258
             Expenditure Detail
                 Fire Academy .......................................................................................................................................................260
                 Public Works ........................................................................................................................................................262

MUNICIPAL PARKING FUND.....................................................................................................................................................263

             Fund at a Glance..........................................................................................................................................................264
             Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................................265
             Expenditures ................................................................................................................................................................266
             Personnel Summary – Police.......................................................................................................................................270
TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                            (Continued)

              Expenditure Detail
                  Police ...................................................................................................................................................................271
                  Engineering ..........................................................................................................................................................272
                  Public Works ........................................................................................................................................................272
                  Municipal Parking Operations ..............................................................................................................................273
                  Vail Street Garage................................................................................................................................................274
                  North Garage........................................................................................................................................................275
                  Evergreen Street Garage .....................................................................................................................................276

TIF DISTRICT FUNDS.................................................................................................................................................................277

              TIF I – South Fund
                        Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................278
                        Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................279
                        Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................279
                        Expenditure Detail
                             Planning & Community Development...................................................................................................280

              TIF III Fund
                        Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................281
                        Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................282
                        Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................282
                        Expenditure Detail
                            Planning & Community Development...................................................................................................283
                            Non-Operating......................................................................................................................................283

              TIF IV Fund
                       Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................284
                       Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................285
                       Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................285
                       Expenditure Detail
                           Planning & Community Development...................................................................................................286

              TIF V Fund
                       Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................287
                       Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................288
                       Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................288
                       Expenditure Detail
                           Planning & Community Development...................................................................................................289
                           Non-Operating......................................................................................................................................289

DEBT SERVICE FUND................................................................................................................................................................290

              Fund at a Glance..........................................................................................................................................................291
              Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................................293
              Expenditures ................................................................................................................................................................293
              Debt Service Schedule
                       Summary of Debt Service.............................................................................................................................298
                       Self-Supported General Obligation Debt ......................................................................................................299
                       Tax-Supported General Obligation Debt ......................................................................................................301
TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                         (Continued)

CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS ......................................................................................................................................................304

             Capital Projects Fund
                      Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................305
                      Five Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) ............................................................................................306
                      Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................308
                      Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................309
                      Expenditure Detail
                           Village Manager....................................................................................................................................314
                           Human Resources................................................................................................................................314
                           IT ..........................................................................................................................................................315
                           Fire .......................................................................................................................................................316
                           Planning & Community Development...................................................................................................317
                           Engineering ..........................................................................................................................................318
                           Public Works.........................................................................................................................................319
                           Municipal Fleet Services.......................................................................................................................320
                           Non-Operating......................................................................................................................................320

             Flood Control V Fund
                     Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................321
                     Five Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)...................................................................................................322
                     Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................323
                     Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................323
                     Expenditure Detail
                          Engineering ..........................................................................................................................................324
                          Public works .........................................................................................................................................324

             Public Building Fund
                      Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................325
                      Five Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)...................................................................................................326
                      Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................327
                      Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................327
                      Expenditure Detail
                           Public Works.........................................................................................................................................328

             Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Fund
                     Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................329
                     Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................330
                     Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................330
                     Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................331
                     Expenditure Detail
                         Public Works.........................................................................................................................................332

WATER & SEWER FUND ...........................................................................................................................................................333

                           Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................334
                           Five Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)...................................................................................................338
                           Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................339
                           Water & Sewer Revenue Notes....................................................................................................................340
                           Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................343
                           Personnel Summary – Finance ....................................................................................................................347
                           Expenditure Detail
                                Finance.................................................................................................................................................348
TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                           (Continued)

                           Personnel Summary – Water Utility Operations ...........................................................................................350
                           Expenditure Detail
                               Water Utility Operations........................................................................................................................351
                               Capital Projects ....................................................................................................................................356
                               Non-Operating......................................................................................................................................357

ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS FUND

             Fund at a Glance..........................................................................................................................................................358
             Five Year Financial Plan ..............................................................................................................................................359
             Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................................360
             Special Events Operations with Dedicated Revenues .................................................................................................360
             Expenditures ................................................................................................................................................................361
             Special Events
                      Cost by Event ...............................................................................................................................................365
                      Cost by Department......................................................................................................................................366

SELF-INSURANCE FUNDS ........................................................................................................................................................367

             Charges to Operations Table .......................................................................................................................................368

             Health Insurance Fund
                      Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................369
                      Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................370
                      Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................371
                      Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................372
                      Expenditure Detail
                          Human Resources................................................................................................................................373
                          Non-Operating......................................................................................................................................374

             Retiree Health Insurance Fund
                      Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................375
                      Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................376
                      Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................376
                      Expenditure Detail
                           Human Resources................................................................................................................................377

             General Liability Fund
                      Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................378
                      Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................380
                      Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................380
                      Expenditure Detail
                           Finance.................................................................................................................................................381

             Workers' Compensation Fund
                     Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................382
                     Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................384
                     Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................384
                     Personnel Summary .....................................................................................................................................386
                     Expenditure Detail
                         Human Resources................................................................................................................................387
TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                            (Continued)

FLEET OPERATIONS FUND ......................................................................................................................................................389

              Fund at a Glance..........................................................................................................................................................390
              Five Year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) ..................................................................................................................392
              Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................................393
              Expenditures ................................................................................................................................................................363
              Personnel Summary.....................................................................................................................................................396
              Expenditure Detail
                   Municipal Fleet Services ......................................................................................................................................397
                   Equipment ............................................................................................................................................................399
              Charges to Operations Summary.................................................................................................................................401

TECHNOLOGY FUND.................................................................................................................................................................402

              Fund at a Glance..........................................................................................................................................................403
              Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................................406
              Expenditures ................................................................................................................................................................406
              Personnel Summary.....................................................................................................................................................410
              Expenditure Detail
                  Information Technology (IT) .................................................................................................................................411
                  Graphic Information Systems (GIS) .....................................................................................................................413
              Charges to Operations for IT/GIS Services..................................................................................................................415

PENSION FUNDS ......................................................................................................................................................................416

              Police Pension Fund
                       Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................417
                       Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................419
                       Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................419
                       Expenditure Detail
                           Pensions...............................................................................................................................................420

              Fire Pension Fund
                       Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................421
                       Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................423
                       Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................423
                       Expenditure Detail
                            Pensions...............................................................................................................................................424

OTHER FUNDS

              Foreign Fire Insurance Tax Fund..............................................................................................................................426
                       Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................427
                       Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................428
                       Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................428
                       Expenditure Detail
                            Foreign Fire Insurance .........................................................................................................................429

              Criminal Investigation Fund ......................................................................................................................................430
                       Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................431
                       Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................432
                       Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................432
                       Expenditure Detail
                            Criminal Investigation ...........................................................................................................................433
TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                                                                                       (Continued)

            Solid Waste Fund .......................................................................................................................................................434
                    Fund at a Glance ..........................................................................................................................................435
                    Revenues .....................................................................................................................................................436
                    Expenditures.................................................................................................................................................436
                    Expenditure Detail
                         Solid Waste Disposal............................................................................................................................437

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS MEMORIAL LIBRARY .........................................................................................................................438

            Organization Structure .................................................................................................................................................439

            MEMORIAL LIBRARY FUND
               Fund at a Glance..................................................................................................................................................440
               Revenues .............................................................................................................................................................444
               Expenditures ........................................................................................................................................................445

            LIBRARY CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND
                Fund Summary.....................................................................................................................................................459
                Revenues .............................................................................................................................................................460
                Expenditures ........................................................................................................................................................461

APPENDIX

            Community Profile........................................................................................................................................................462
            Budget Glossary...........................................................................................................................................................465
Introduction
                    VILLAGE ADMINISTRATION

                         Central Administration

Village Manager                                William C. Dixon
Assistant to the Village Manager               Diana Mikula
Village Attorney                               Jack Siegel
Prosecuting Attorney                           Ernest R. Blomquist
Assistant Village Attorney                     Robin Ward
Village Clerk                                  Becky Hume
Finance Director/Treasurer                     Thomas F. Kuehne
Director of Human Resources                    Mary Rath


                              Public Safety

Chief of Police                                Gerald Mourning
Fire Chief                                     Glenn Ericksen


                  Economic & Community Development

Director of Planning
  & Community Development                      Charles Witherington-Perkins
Director of Engineering                        Jim Massarelli


                                   Services

Director of Building & Health Services         James McCalister
Public Works Director                          Scott Shirley


                          Budget Preparation

Finance Director/Treasurer                     Thomas F. Kuehne
Deputy Finance Director                        Robert C. Buechner, Jr.
Chief Accountant                               Mary Juarez
Budget Coordinator                             Pam Robb




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VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
                                                          ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                                      Citizens of
                                      Arlington
                                       Heights




                                  Village President
                                         and
                                  Board of Trustees



             Village Attorney                              Boards
                   and                                       and
         Village Prosecutor                              Commissions


                                       Village
                                      Manager’s
                                       Office




Building &          Engineering        Finance           Fire            Human
  Health            Department        Department      Department       Resources
 Services                                                              Department




  Legal              Planning &         Police          Public
Department           Community        Department        Works
                    Development                       Department




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  Village of Arlington Heights
  33 S. Arlington Heights Road
  Arlington Heights, IL 60005-1499
  (847-368-5000)
  Website: www.vah.com



April 2, 2012


Dear President Mulder and Trustees:

I am hereby transmitting the Adopted Budget for the fiscal year beginning May 1, 2012 and ending
April 30, 2013 (FY2013).

Over the last few years the Village Board and staff have worked through some very difficult
financial challenges. We are now starting to see some improvement in our operating revenues, but
we remain wary as our local economy is susceptible to the affects of international, national, and
state decisions. During the prior three fiscal years the Village grappled with the effects of the most
significant recession since the 1930’s. These effects included declining sales and income tax
receipts, lower building permit fees, and significantly lower interest income. At the same time, the
Village’s contributions to its Police and Fire Pension funds which are required by State Statute
increased significantly as a result of the market losses driven by the downturn in the economy.
From the beginning, the Village viewed this economic downturn as a long-term problem due to the
failure of the country’s central financing systems. As such, the Village took aggressive actions to
address the structural budget deficits that had emerged as a result of the declines in our revenue
base and the continued upward pressure on expenditures. This conservative approach has
allowed the Village to continue to maintain a solid financial position.

During the FY2010, FY2011, and FY2012 budget processes the Village made difficult decisions in
regard to revenues, expenditures, and service levels. Programs such as the “Too Good for Drugs”
and the Teen Center were eliminated, vehicle and computer equipment lives were extended, and
some capital equipment and infrastructure improvements were decreased. The Village also
reduced its staffing level by 46 positions through attrition, vacancies, layoffs, and a one-time
voluntary retirement incentive program. FY2012 also included a 0% wage adjustment for all
employee groups. On the revenue side, the Village previously increased the home-rule sales tax
rate from .75% to 1% and implemented new municipal electric and natural gas utility taxes. These
changes along with an economy that is starting to show signs of improvement, have brought the
Village’s General Fund revenues and expenditures in balance.

In 2011, a new challenge emerged that will require significant funding over the next several years.
For the last several months the Forestry Division of the Public Works Department has outlined the
problems associated with the arrival of the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) beetle. Infestation by EAB
beetles has spread from China to Canada and is now spreading through the Midwest. These
beetles bore into Ash trees and feast on the cambium layer of the tree, ultimately killing the Ash
tree. The EAB problem is especially burdensome for the Village of Arlington Heights as 13,000 or
36% of our 36,000 parkway trees are Ash trees. The cost to remove and replace all of the Village’s
parkway Ash trees on a one for one basis is currently estimated at $11.5 million between now and


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2016 or later as the EAB infestation works its way through the community. Fortunately, due to the
planned decrease in the Village’s debt service obligations the Village has a plan in place to cover
the cost of this new program. See the “Other Funds” section of this transmittal letter for additional
information on how the new EAB Fund is being financed.

The Village develops its budget based on a conservative forecast of revenues, and does not take
into account new revenues from growth unless the development is completed and has provided a
historical basis for a new projection. A normal operating expense cycle is anticipated and includes
expenditure increase assumptions. The Village also has access to its reserves, which are
maintained in part to ensure our excellent bond rating and lower bond interest charges associated
with that rating. Maintaining adequate reserves also provides a source of funds for extraordinary
storm or other damages, and to help weather economic downturns such as that now being
encountered. The Village’s minimum fund balance policy is to maintain a fiscal year-end balance
of at least 25% of General Fund expenditures. Being near or above this level is even more
important for Arlington Heights due to our reliance on sales and income tax receipts which are
subject to economic cycles.

The Village of Arlington Heights’ goal is to provide responsive and fiscally responsible services to
the community. These services are provided to enhance the safety, health and general welfare of
the citizens and businesses within the community. The Village’s service oriented philosophy
continues to balance various community needs with municipal resources through a planned
approach to the governance process. As a result of conservative budgeting practices, the Village
is fortunate to remain in a strong fund balance position.

Budget Summary – All Funds
The budget is comprised of operating, capital, internal service and other miscellaneous funds. The
Village’s operating funds account for the day-to-day expenditures for a variety of services. Among
these are police and fire protection, water and sewer services, public parking, building, code
review, planning, health, general services, public infrastructure maintenance and many other
services. These basic Village services are funded through user fees, taxes, licenses, permits and
other charges. The total amount budgeted for the Village’s capital needs can vary from year to
year depending on the timing and implementation of replacement and construction schedules.
Capital expenditures are funded through bond issues, user fees, designated taxes and the
budgeted use of accumulated savings.

The total of all operating, capital and other funds in FY2013, not including the Arlington Heights
Memorial Library, comes to $137,443,222, which is 13.6% lower than the prior fiscal year. This
decrease is primarily attributable to lower debt service costs, as FY2012 included two advance
refunded bond issues totaling about $20 million. The FY2012 Budget was also amended to include
a one-time $2 million transfer from the General Fund to the EAB Fund to provide initial funding to
combat the EAB beetle infestation. When looking at the Village’s three key operating funds, the
FY2013 budgets for the General, Water and Sewer, and Parking Funds only increase by a
combined .44%.

The FY2013 Budget assumes that Village revenues will continue to grow at a slow pace over the
next fiscal year. On the expenditure side the Village is fortunate that the FY2013 estimated
blended health insurance plan increase is only 2% over the prior year. Low claims experience and
the Village’s ongoing wellness programs resulted in this second consecutive year for an unusually

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low health insurance renewal. However, it may not be possible to experience rate increases this
low in the future.

After three years of significant increases in Police and Fire Pension costs, the implementation of a
two-tier pension system by the State Legislature in 2010, coupled with an improving stock market,
has hopefully started to tame this expenditure area. The intent of the new two-tier pension system
is to reduce the long-term pension liability for employers who have employees covered under the
Police and Fire Pension plans. Most of the benefits of these changes will be longer-term since
much of the law is written for employees who commenced work on or after January 1, 2011.
However, the law provided an immediate benefit by altering the amortization period for the Police
and Fire Pension unfunded liability, extending it from 100% funding by 2033 to 90% funding by
2040. This particular legislative change provided the Village with a one-year window within which
we were able to reduce the actuarial interest rate assumption from 7.5% to 7% without incurring a
significant increase in the employer contribution amount. The goal of this change was to present a
more accurate funding position based on more recent long-term investment returns. This will help
hold down the long-term growth of the unfunded public safety pension obligation and future Village
contribution requirements.

In 2010 the State Legislature also created a second tier of pension benefits for other Village
employees covered by the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF). Once again, the intent of
this legislation was to reduce the long-term liabilities for IMRF employers. The IMRF Board had
also made a change to its actuarial technique in 2009, under which the amortization method for
paying down the unfunded obligation was changed from a closed method ending in 2022, to a
rolling technique where the amortization period resets to thirty years, each year. This change
helped spread out the losses from the 2008 market collapse over more years. The IMRF rate
increase for FY2013 is 10%. These changes, in addition to the Village’s actions to prepay its IMRF
early retirement incentive program and the elimination of a number of IMRF staff positions, have
helped hold down property tax requirements for the IMRF pension plan compared to what they
would have been.

Personnel Changes
The Village has continued to look for ways to work as efficiently as possible. As a result of the
economic downturn the Village Board and staff worked to reduce staffing levels while maintaining
most of the Village’s programs and service levels. This has been accomplished by consolidating
some positions as well as through efficiency improvements utilizing technology. In other cases,
services have been reduced or contracted out on an as-needed basis. Full-time equivalent (FTE)
personnel changes from FY2002 compared to FY2012 resulted in a net decrease of 46 positions or
about a 10% decrease. The FY2013 Budget shows the Village maintaining this reduced level of
staffing.

It should also be noted that during FY2012 the Village combined the Building and Health
Departments into one department. As a result, the Director of Building Services position was
eliminated through attrition. The Village’s Health Services Director assumed these additional
duties and was promoted to Director of the Building and Health Services Department. This position
decrease was offset by the addition of the temporary EAB/Forestry position that was approved in
FY2012 to handle the administrative and forestry duties associated with the Emerald Ash Borer
(EAB) problem. This position is slated to be eliminated after the EAB infestation has passed with
the intention of the incumbent being able to stay on through normal attrition.

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The balance of this budget message identifies the process that has been followed to prepare this
financial plan for FY2013, a detailed review of the General Fund, as well as budget narrative on
other Village funds. Additional charts and graphs on the budget as a whole and on selected funds
can be found in the Financial Summaries section of the budget.

Explanation of the Budget Process
The Village of Arlington Heights operates under the Budget Officer Act as outlined in the Illinois
Compiled Statutes. Under this law the Village Board is required to adopt the budget prior to the
beginning of the fiscal year to which it applies. The law also provides that the budget shall serve
as the Village’s annual appropriation ordinance. The Village’s budget and financial planning
process begins in October of each year when the Board reviews and approves a five-year Capital
Improvement Program. In November, multi-year projections are provided to the Board for the
General and Water & Sewer Funds, which are the Village’s key operating funds. Based on these
projections, the Board sets budget ceilings which each department uses as an upper limit when
developing its proposed spending plans.

During January and February the budget team, consisting of the Village Manager, Assistant to the
Village Manager, Finance Director, Deputy Finance Director, and Budget Coordinator, meet with
representatives of each department to review their operating and capital spending proposals. As a
result of these meetings and based on available resources, a proposed budget is prepared for
review by the Village Board. During March, the Village holds a number of public budget meetings
at the Committee-of-the-Whole level. The Village Board subsequently holds a Public Hearing prior
to adopting the annual budget in April of each year. A detailed calendar of the budget process
immediately follows this transmittal letter.

The budget may be amended by the Village Manager in the form of transfers between line items up
to $10,000. Budget transfers above this amount require the approval of the Village Board. This
allows the Village the flexibility it needs to operate efficiently due to the scope of its operations.
This also serves to increase the accountability of department directors by encouraging them to
budget realistically and to keep a close watch on each expenditure line item during the year.

The budget ceilings approved by the Village Board for the General and Water & Sewer Funds at
the beginning of the FY2013 budget process, versus the Adopted FY2013 Budget totals for these
funds are as follows:
                                                                Water &
                                     General Fund              Sewer Fund
Budget Ceiling                        $65,747,500              $15,663,500
Adopted Budget                         65,693,900               15,604,400
Over (Under) Ceiling                   $ (53,600)                $ (59,100)

During the department reviews, the budget team and department directors worked to prepare a
budget at or below the budget ceilings. The FY2013 General Fund and Water & Sewer Fund
budgets are below the budget ceilings established by the Village Board in November 2011.




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General Fund
The General Fund is the all-purpose governmental fund, which handles the operations of the
Village not accounted for in a separate fund. Most of the expenditures for Village services are
budgeted and accounted for in this fund, except for water and sewer expenses. There are four key
revenue sources, which account for 69% of the total General Fund revenues:
        - Property Tax                                      30% of revenues
        - Sales Tax (including Home Rule)                   24%
        - Income Tax                                         9%
        - Telecommunications Tax                             6%
The revenues listed above represent the General Fund’s primary growth revenues, which pay for
annual cost increases. On the expenditure side, as a service organization, 79% of this Fund’s
expenditures are for Personal Services including benefits. Pension increases over the past few
years have put pressure on this expenditure area, and this situation is not unique to the Village of
Arlington Heights. On an operational basis, most of the Village’s general expenditures are directed
toward public safety, with the Police and Fire Departments comprising 64% of the total General
Fund budget.

The Village has worked to be very prudent with General Fund monies. As of FY2008 the Village
had experienced five straight years of surpluses, however once the recession hit the Village drew
down on its reserves during FY2009 and FY2010. Over these two years the Village’s General
Fund revenue base decreased dramatically as sales, income, hotel, and telecommunication tax
receipts all declined. In response, the Village Board and staff worked to reduce expenditures by
eliminating positions, cutting services and programs, and implementing revenue enhancements.
During FY2009 and FY2010 the Village drew down its reserves by a combined $4.5 million. In
FY2011 the economy started to improve and slow, but steady growth continued through FY2012
and is expected to continue through FY2013.

The FY2013 General Fund budget includes $250,000 for a new limited in-house paving program.
This maintenance program is intended to be an intermediate step to help prolong the life of streets
that are not currently on the Village’s street resurfacing and rehabilitation programs within the next
five to seven years. The Village’s Street Unit recently began a pilot program to experiment with
roadway edge grinding and paving and found it to be well received by residents. Due to ongoing
economic uncertainties, a rental asphalt grinder and paver box will be used in case this new
program has to be scaled back or eliminated at some point in the near future. The expenditure for
this proposed program is shown in three separate Public Works Department line items: Street &
Sidewalk Supplies, Other Services, and Rental Equipment.

The Village’s emergency dispatching services provided through the Northwest Central Dispatch
(NWCD) System are budgeted to increase by 11% in FY2013. The NWCD System is an
intergovernmental emergency communications system which currently serves twelve local
government public safety entities in the northwest suburban Chicago area. Each local
government’s annual charge for this system is based on the number of emergency calls for that
jurisdiction. In the most recent reporting year the Village of Arlington Heights saw an increase of
7% in the number of emergency calls handled by the NWCD System. After decreasing for a
couple of years the Village’s call volume has returned to its FY2008 level. In addition, the NWCD
System entered into a new labor agreement which resulted in increased system costs.


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In many departments the Photocopying line item has decreased over the last couple of years. As
leases on older copiers expire the lease-purchase decision for their replacement has tilted toward
the purchase of mid-sized copiers. The cost of the new copiers is funded through the Capital
Projects Fund, and the General Fund operating department photocopying costs are decreasing
due to not having to budget for annual lease charges. Photocopy costs have also come down due
to the increased use of digital scanning, PDF’s, and emails rather than sending out paper copies.

Future General Fund Concern – State of Illinois Budget Deficit – The State of Illinois’ multi-billion
dollar deficit will likely affect the overall State economy and could potentially have a more direct
affect on local governments. The State has fallen behind on its payments to vendors and various
State agencies, causing some businesses and agencies to shutter their doors. As the State works
to balance its budget there could be even more delayed or defaulted payments, which can affect
businesses and sales tax receipts from those businesses. From a more direct perspective, the
Village has continued to receive its portion of sales tax collections from the State, but our income
tax receipts are being delayed by the State due to their cash flow problems. Under normal
circumstances, there is a one or two month lag time between the voucher months when the State
receives income tax receipts and disbursement of the 1/10th per capita amount paid to local
governments. As of January 2012, there was a three month lag time, and the income tax
receivable from the State to the Village equaled $1.5 million. The Village currently receives about
$6.1 million per year in income tax receipts which represents about 9% of total General Fund
revenues.

Water & Sewer Fund
The Water & Sewer Fund remains relatively stable due in large part to the combined 5% rate
increases that were approved by the Village Board for FY2011 through FY2015. Even with these
planned adjustments the Village’s water and sewer rates will likely remain at or below the average
for communities in the surrounding area. Capital projects in the Water & Sewer Fund reflect
normal Watermain Replacement and Sewer Rehabilitation programs. Village staff also plans on
performing an assessment of the condition of its water tanks in FY2013 in order to develop a
priority based ten year plan for repainting the inside and outside of the water tanks. The FY2013
budget includes $500,000 to repaint the inside of the Well #16 east tank.

The budget also includes continued funding of the Sewer Back-Up Rebate program. Under this
program single-family homeowners can upgrade their old systems by installing a sewer back-up
system to prevent sanitary sewer back-ups into their basements. The average cost to install a
sewer back-up system can range from $10,000 to $15,000. The Village’s rebate amount for the
program is set at a maximum of $7,500 per qualifying single-family residence, with a maximum
annual program budget of $50,000. Installing a sewer back-up system increases an owner’s
property value, but the significant out-of-pocket expense prohibits some residents from
participating in the program.

Flood Control V Fund
The FY2013 Budget includes the following significant flood control projects:

Grove Street Sanitary Sewer ($250,000) – The Grove Street sanitary sewer area is prone to sewer
back-ups and many residences in this area were not built with a sewer back-up prevention system.
The budgeted amount includes funds to cover the Village’s portion of the Sewer Back-Up Rebate

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Program for residences in the Grove Street sanitary sewer area. The Village plans on making a
special marketing effort in this area to advise the residents of the benefits of installing a sewer
back-up system. The funds in this account are also available to single-family residents throughout
the Village.

Neighborhood Drainage Improvements ($200,000) – This budget provides funds for public
drainage improvements allowing new or improved access for residents to Village storm sewers
which can help alleviate chronic neighborhood drainage problems. The program only covers work
on public right-of-way with any connections or work on private property being the responsibility of
the property owner.

Utility Modeling/Flood Study ($350,000) – The Village plans on conducting a study of its existing
sewer systems through the use of utility modeling of the sewer system. Once this information is
developed an additional RFP will be put together to model and then study the Village’s existing
sewer systems and how they functioned during the extraordinary July 23, 2011 rain event, and to
develop cost-effective recommendations to improve or enhance our sewer system. Prior to issuing
the modeling RFP’s staff will be presenting a flow monitoring recommendation to the Board. Flow
monitoring is the first step in creating the model and this work should be performed between mid-
April and the end of June. The Village would then be in a position to determine the level of flood
mitigation improvements that can be reasonably afforded, as well as possible funding mechanisms
for any potential improvements.

Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
The Village of Arlington Heights has been aggressive in maintaining its roads, providing a drainage
system that mitigates flooding in the community, and maintaining its buildings, emergency
apparatus, and facilities required to perform essential services. Over the years, Federal and State
financial assistance has dwindled thereby expanding local responsibilities in the program area of
public infrastructure. This problem has been compounded by new regulations governing the health
and environmental standards that regulate design and operations. Balancing the competing
demands for limited resources is important to maintain a healthy, safe, viable, and physically
attractive community.

The Capital Improvement Program includes a process whereby citizens are asked for input on an
annual basis. By communicating through the Village website, citizens are afforded the opportunity
to complete a short form describing the type of capital projects they would like the Village to
consider in the next five years. Village staff analyzed the cost and eligibility of all the proposed
projects, and the Board subsequently examined the requests along with staff recommendations.
Certain capital projects are considered only if the persons and property owners are agreeable to
special assessment or special service area financing. In other cases projects are included in the
CIP since they would benefit the community as a whole. In October 2011, the Village Board
reviewed all of the proposed capital projects and approved the Capital Improvement Program for
FY2013 through FY2017.

The capital projects outlined in the CIP are budgeted in a variety of Village funds, depending on the
source of revenue. The first year of the multi-year capital plan has been incorporated into the
FY2013 Budget. The “CIP/Debt Service” section of the budget shows a summary of the entire five-
year capital spending and funding plan. The key capital projects, outside of the water, sewer, and
flood control projects that were identified earlier, include the following:

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Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Fund Projects – The Village currently has three active TIF
Districts. TIF projects are typically financed through a pay as you go mechanism or through
issuing debt based on future property tax increment revenue streams. The difference in property
tax revenues received in the base year of a TIF District versus the increased property taxes
received in subsequent years after improvements are made, result in a property tax increment. TIF
IV includes a budget of $500,000 for redevelopment, although actual expenditures will depend on
market conditions. There are no other large capital projects currently scheduled for the remaining
TIF Districts. However, if a developer brings forth a viable project during the fiscal year, the Village
would amend the budget accordingly.

Capital Projects Fund – This fund accounts for a variety of capital improvement projects including
road improvements, sidewalk repair/replacement, equipment, traffic signals, and other
miscellaneous projects. Financing for this fund is provided primarily by property taxes, a ¼%
home-rule sales tax, and grant revenues. The recession has continued to squeeze this fund’s
available resources. At the same time, over the last ten years the cost of the Village’s street
resurfacing and reconstruction programs have increased at a rate faster than inflation due to the
rising cost of oil, a key ingredient in asphalt. As a result, developing a spending plan for the Capital
Projects and the MFT Funds has become more challenging each year.

Based on the Village Board’s capital spending priorities, the spending plan continues the Village’s
efforts for street resurfacing, but also reflects continuing the last two years’ reductions in some
capital programs. The consequences of those reductions will continue to include not funding the
arterial street light and downtown site furnishing programs, and most of the green corridor
beautification program.

The FY2013 street expenditures are higher than normal due to the continuation of the Village’s
annual street resurfacing and reconstruction programs coupled with the Northwest Highway/Davis
Street Intersection project and the Commuter Drive Reconstruction project. For nearly twenty
years the Village has successfully utilized the PAVER program to assist with pavement
management. The FY2013 street program includes the following expenditures:

Street Resurfacing Program ($3,300,000 – Capital Projects Fund) – This is an ongoing program
limited to resurfacing existing deteriorated street pavement and curbs.

Street Rehabilitation Program ($2,145,000 – MFT Fund) – This is an ongoing pavement
maintenance program analyzed by using the pavement management software. The Street
Rehabilitation Program consists of reconstruction of significantly deteriorated street pavement,
curbs, and concrete panels.

Some of the other major projects included in the FY2013 Capital Projects Fund budget are:

Traffic Signal Improvement at Northwest Highway/Wilke ($551,300) – This project totaling $4.1
million includes intersection modifications to improve traffic signal sequencing, provides geometric
changes, and upgrades existing signal hardware and signal system interconnect. The Illinois
Department of Transportation (IDOT) has approved $2 million in grant funds for construction which
is the balance remaining from the highway portion for the transit improvements that were made to
the Arlington Park train facility. Another $1.5 million in Surface Transportation Program (STP) and
Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) grant funding is being sought by the Village. The
project will require the review and approval of numerous agencies including IDOT, the Union
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Pacific Railroad, Metra Commuter Rail, the Illinois Commerce Commission, and the Cook County
Highway Department.

Northwest Highway/Davis Street/Arthur Avenue Intersection Improvement ($1,214,900) – This
represents most of the Village’s portion of construction costs for the $3.9 million improvement. The
project involves the widening, resurfacing and channelization of roadways, traffic signal
modernization and railroad grade crossing widening at this intersection. STP grant funding has
been obtained for 50% of the right-of-way costs and 70% of the construction costs. During
construction the Village will be billed for its local share of the construction costs.

Commuter Drive Reconstruction ($162,000) – This project represents the Village’s portion of the
reconstruction of Commuter Drive from the Arlington Heights Train Station to Rohlwing Road. This
improvement is being completed with the City of Rolling Meadows which has secured CMAQ
funding for the improvement which has a total estimated cost of $1,294,000.

Public Safety Radio System – The current communications system for the Fire and Police
Departments has reached the end of its expected service life and is no longer supported by the
manufacturer. To address this issue the Northwest Central Dispatch (NWCD) System is replacing
their base station communications infrastructure with a new 800 MHz digital system and all NWCD
police and fire departments will be required to replace their current radio inventory in order to
communicate with the new system. The Fire Department’s emergency radio replacement costs
amount to $348,000 and will be covered by $50,000 from the Foreign Fire Insurance Fund with the
balance being funded through the Capital Projects Fund. The Police Department emergency radio
replacement cost of $500,000 will be funded through the Criminal Investigation Fund.

Other Funds
Public Building Fund – FY2013 expenditures in this fund include $600,000 in improvements to
the existing Police Building and $105,000 toward Village phone system improvements. Prior to last
year, Police Building improvement projects were postponed pending the outcome of the Police
Building needs assessment. Since action on the Police Building will likely take additional time, the
Village’s CIP shows that the current Police facility will continue to require over $1.4 million in basic
building improvements over the next five years. Repair expenses for such items as the chiller,
exterior brick/windows, generator, and other areas will be necessary. During next year’s CIP
process staff will begin to develop a long-term plan for the Village Board’s consideration of the
eventual replacement of the Police facility.

The phone and voice mail systems at the Village Hall and Senior Center are in need of
improvement and replacement. These systems are no longer being supported by the
manufacturers, and the Village Hall voice mail system manufacturer is no longer in business. Over
the last three years the Village has reduced clerical staff levels, which has resulted in an increased
use of the Village voice mail system and auto-attendant function. Unfortunately, this system was
not designed for many of the current intended uses, and further repairs or changes to these
systems are no longer possible. The FY2013 budget includes the replacement of the voice mail
and auto-attendant systems at the Village Hall at a cost of $65,000 and the replacement of the
voice mail and phone switch at the Senior Center at a cost of $40,000. To complete the phone
system improvement project, in the following year’s budget it is proposed that the Village-wide
phone switch be replaced at a cost of approximately $91,000.


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Fire Academy Fund – The Village’s Fire Training Academy will be closed during FY2013. The
Arlington Heights Fire Department is a founding member of an intergovernmental public safety
training consortium, the Northeast Illinois Public Safety Training Academy (NIPSTA). Over the
years this organization has expanded its training opportunities and now offers a full array of
educational programs that address the requirements of fire, police, and other disaster response
personnel. Prior to NIPSTA’s current training curriculum, the Village’s self-supporting training
program met the training needs of area fire departments for many years. As a result of the quality
and cost-efficient educational programs offered by NIPSTA, the need to continue a separate Fire
Training facility run through the Village no longer exists.

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Fund – This is a new fund that was established at the end of FY2012
to account for the costs associated with the removal and replacement of diseased parkway Ash
trees. Fund expenditures include a temporary full-time EAB/Forestry administrative position to
track the Ash tree removal and replacement program, monitor any required independent
contractors, and to handle questions and problems associated with the EAB program, including the
“People’s Choice” treatment option.

Initial funding for the EAB Fund came through a $2 million transfer from the General Fund until a
bond issue is sold in 2013 or 2014 which will cover the majority of the projected $11.5 million cost
of the EAB program. Once a bond issue is sold, the EAB Fund could refund all or a portion of the
amount transferred from the General Fund depending on the financial conditions at that time.

Acknowledgements
The preparation of this year’s budget posed continuing challenges for the Village Board and staff.
The proposed budget allows the Village to continue its commitment to basic services while living
within our current revenue stream and reserves. I would like to thank the entire staff and especially
the budget team consisting of Tom Kuehne, Bob Buechner, Pam Robb, and Diana Mikula for their
efforts. Thanks as well to the Village Board for its ongoing support during the budget cycle and
throughout the year.

Sincerely,



William C. Dixon
Village Manager




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The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) presented a
Distinguished Budget Presentation Award to the Village of Arlington Heights, Illinois for its annual budget
for the fiscal year beginning May 1, 2011.

In order to receive this award, a governmental unit must publish a budget document that meets program
criteria as a policy document, as an operations guide, as a financial plan, and as a communications device.

This award is valid for a period of one year only. We believe our current budget continues to conform to
program requirements, and we are submitting it to GFOA to determine its eligibility for another award.




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VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

BUDGET & FINANCIAL PLAN CALENDAR FY2012-13
             DATE                 DAY                                        ACTIVITY

August – October, 2011              –       Capital Improvement Program (C.I.P.) and five-year projections prepared.

September 16, 2011                Friday    Finance Director’s FY2012 General Fund Status Report released to Village
                                            Board for discussion at September 19th Committee-of-the-Whole meeting.

September 19, 2011               Monday     FY2012 General Fund Status Report discussed at Committee-of-the-Whole
                                            meeting.

September 23, 2011                Friday    Announcement regarding the CDBG citizen participation mailed to news
                                            media, interested parties and the Commissions.

September 30, 2011                Friday    C.I.P. released to Village Board for discussion at October 10 Committee-of-
                                            the-Whole meeting.

October 10, 2011                 Monday     C.I.P. reviewed with Village Board at Committee-of-the-Whole session.

October 17, 2011                 Monday     Board considers any motions stemming from October 10 Committee-of-the-
                                            Whole meeting regarding C.I.P.

November 14, 2011                Monday     Committee-of-the-Whole reviews Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
                                            and discusses Proposed 2011 Property Tax Levy and the Operating Fund
                                            Overview/ Recommended FY2013 Budget Ceilings.

November 21, 2011                Monday     Board considers any motions stemming from November 14 Committee-of-the-
                                            Whole meeting regarding Proposed 2011 Property Tax Levy, recommended
                                            FY2013 Budget Ceilings and Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.

November 23, 2011               Wednesday   Deadline to receive requests and comments from citizens and Commissions
                                            on CDBG Budget and Program.

November 28, 2011                Monday     Budget worksheets are forwarded to departments. Departments prepare
                                            detailed budgets.

December 5, 2011                 Monday     Board approves 2011 Tax Levy and Abatement Ordinances.

December 9, 2011                  Friday    Notice of CDBG Public Hearing #1 to newspaper.

December 15, 2011               Thursday    Notice of CDBG Public Hearing #1 published in newspaper.

December 27, 2011                Tuesday    Last possible day to submit property tax levy to Cook County.

January 3, 2012                  Tuesday    Department budget requests and projections due.

January 3 – January 13, 2012        –       Finance Department compiles departmental budget submissions.

January 9, 2012                  Monday     CDBG Public Hearing #1 for Consolidated Plan / Annual Action Plan at
                                            Committee-of-the-Whole.

January 13, 2012                  Friday    First draft of FY2013 Budget forwarded to Village Manager, Budget Team and
                                            all departments for review.

                                            Notice of CDBG Public Hearing #2 and commencement of public comment
                                            period (30 days) sent to newspaper.

January 17 – January 27, 2012       –       Departments meet with Village Manager and Budget Team.



January 20, 2012                  Friday    Notice of CDBG Public Hearing #2 and commencement of public comment
                                            period (30 days) published in newspaper (followed by a 30 day pubic
                                            comment period).

January 30 - March 1, 2012          –       Final draft of FY2013 budget prepared.


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VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

BUDGET & FINANCIAL PLAN CALENDAR FY2012-13
                 DATE            DAY                                        ACTIVITY

March 2, 2012                    Friday    Release final draft of FY2013 budget to Village Board & departments.

March 5, 2012                   Monday     Village Board holds CDBG Public Hearing #2 and approves Consolidated
                                           Plan / Annual Action Plan including CDBG Budget.
March 7, 2012                  Wednesday   1st Budget Meeting – Overview (with schedule of budget related actions taken
                                           by Committee-of-the-Whole & Board to date), revenue analysis, and budgets
                                           for Board of Trustees, Village Manager, Human Resources, Legal, Finance,
                                           Information Technology, and GIS.
March 12, 2012                  Monday     2nd Budget Meeting – Budgets for Memorial Library, Performing Arts at
                                           Metropolis Theater and Building & Health Services.
March 15, 2012                 Thursday    3rd Budget Meeting – Budgets for Woodfield Chicago Northwest Convention
                                           Bureau, Planning & Community Development, Engineering, Public Works,
                                           Water & Sewer, Parking Operations, and Fleet Services.
                                           "Combined Notice of Finding No Significant Impact and Request for Release
                                           of Funds" (for Consolidated Plan / Annual Action Plan including CDBG
                                           Budget) sent to newspaper.
                                           Mail Consolidated Plan / Annual Action Plan including CDBG Budget to HUD
                                           for 45 day review period.
March 19, 2012                  Monday     Notice of Public Hearing on FY2013 Budget published in newspaper.

March 21, 2012                 Wednesday   4th Budget Meeting – Budgets for all Boards & Commissions, Fire, Fire
                                           Academy, Police, and carryover items from prior meetings.
                                           Committee-of-the-Whole makes recommendation to Board to approve
                                           FY2013 budget as amended.
March 23, 2012                   Friday    "Combined Notice of Finding No Significant Impact and Request for Release
                                           of Funds" (for Consolidated Plan / Annual Action Plan including CDBG
                                           Budget) published in newspaper (followed by 15 day public comment period).
April 2, 2012                   Monday     Public Hearing on FY2013 Budget. Approval of FY2013 Budget at formal
                                           meeting (alternate date for passage is April 16, 2012).
April 11, 2012                 Wednesday   Request for Release of Funds sent to HUD (followed by HUD 15 day
                                           comment period).




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FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE GOALS

Policy 1993-1     Adopted 12/20/93

The Financial Performance Goals represent an initial effort to establish written policies for guiding the Village's
financial management practices. While some of the performance goals are specific and will limit certain types of
financial activity, the goal statements are not intended to restrict the Village President and Board of Trustees'
ability and responsibility to respond to emergency or service delivery needs above or beyond the limitations
established by the Financial Performance Goals.


REVENUE PERFORMANCE GOALS

The Village will maintain a diversified and stable revenue system as protection from short-run fluctuations.

The Village will estimate annual revenues on an objective and reasonable basis. The Village will develop a
method of projecting revenues on a multi-year basis.

The Village will use one-time or special source revenue for capital expenditures or for expenditures incurred in
generating the revenue, not to subsidize recurring personnel, operation and maintenance costs.

The Village will establish, and annually re-evaluate, all user charges and fees at a level related to the cost of
providing the services.

The Village will endeavor to reduce reliance on the property tax by seeking and developing additional revenue
sources.

The Village will designate a specific revenue source to be used for ongoing funding of capital projects.

The Village will attempt to limit property tax increases, when such increases are needed, to no more than 105%
of the previous year's extension as calculated for Truth in Taxation purposes.

The total Village tax rate, excluding the Library, will not exceed the maximum rate levied in 1997 which was
$0.978.


OPERATION EXPENDITURES PERFORMANCE GOALS

The Village Manager and Finance Director will propose and the Village Board will adopt and maintain a
balanced budget in which expenditures will not be allowed to exceed reasonably estimated revenues and other
available funds at the same time maintaining recommended fund balance reserves.




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The Village will pay for all current operation and maintenance expenses from current revenue.

The operating budget will provide for the adequate maintenance of capital assets and equipment.
The budget will provide for adequate funding of all employee benefit programs and retirement systems.
The Village will maintain an encumbrance accounting system which will allow it to closely monitor the adopted
budget as it may be amended from time to time pursuant to Village code.

The Village will prepare and maintain a system of regular monthly reports comparing actual revenues and
expenditures to budgeted amounts.

The Village will maintain an effective risk management program to minimize losses and reduce costs. The
Village Board will ensure that adequate insurance or self-insured programs are in place.

The Village will encourage delivery of services by other public and private organizations whenever and
wherever greater efficiency and effectiveness can be expected as well as develop and internally use technology
and productivity advancements that will help reduce or avoid increasing personnel costs. The intent is to control
personnel costs as a proportion of the total budget, to more productively and creatively use available resources
and to avoid duplication of effort and use of resources.


RESERVE PERFORMANCE GOALS

The Village will maintain a minimum undesignated General Fund balance of 25% of annual operating
expenditures before transfers-out in order to:

    A. Provide adequate cash flow and to prevent the demand for short term borrowing;

    B. Provide for temporary funding of unforeseen needs of an emergency or non-recurring nature;

    C. Provide for orderly budgetary adjustments when revenues are lost through the actions of other
       governmental bodies;

    D. Provide the local match for public or private grants;

    E. Provide for unexpected, small increases in service delivery costs;

    F. Provide for unanticipated revenue shortfalls.

Any General Fund balance exceeding 25% of annual operating expenditures is available to be transferred to
the Capital Projects Fund, the Fleet Operations Fund, or other funds depending on need.




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The Village will maintain a permanent self-insurance reserve in an amount necessary to fund the estimated
future claims for general liability, workers' compensation and employee health insurance to prevent the need for
short and long term borrowing to fund these claims. At a minimum, the level of this reserve will be equivalent to
the amount of reserves as estimated by the Village's third party claims administrator.


INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE GOALS

The Village will develop a cash flow analysis of all funds on a regular basis. Collections, deposits and
disbursements of all funds will be scheduled to ensure maximum cash availability.

The Village will identify and invest cash not immediately needed to achieve the highest return subject to
safeguarding principal, maintenance of necessary liquidity, maintenance of public confidence and compliance
with all Village, State and Federal regulations.

The Village will follow the Investment and Depository Policy approved by the Village Board on September 21,
1999. Any changes to that policy must be approved by the Village Board of Trustees.

The Village will maintain a system of internal controls and procedures which shall be documented. The controls
shall be designed to prevent losses of Village assets arising from fraud, employee error, misrepresentation by
third parties, unanticipated changes in financial markets, or imprudent actions by employees.

The Finance Department will provide monthly information to the Village President and Board of Trustees
concerning investment performance.


CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PERFORMANCE GOALS

Capital improvements will be based on long range projected needs rather than on immediate needs in order to
minimize future maintenance, replacement and capital costs.

The Village shall maintain a five year capital improvement program and all capital improvements will be made in
accordance with that plan. The capital improvement program shall be updated annually.

The development of the capital improvement program will be coordinated with the operating budget in order to
maintain a reasonably stable total tax levy.

The Village will identify the estimated cost and potential funding sources for each capital project proposed
before submission to reviewing bodies and to the Village President and Board of Trustees. Future operating
costs associated with a proposed capital improvement will be estimated before a decision is made to implement
a project.




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FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE GOALS                                                                              (Continued)



Federal, State and other intergovernmental and private funding sources of a special revenue nature shall be
sought out and used as available to assist in financing capital improvements.


DEBT PERFORMANCE GOALS

The Village will limit long-term debt to those capital improvements that cannot be financed from current
revenues.

The maturity date for any debt will not exceed the reasonable expected useful life of the project to be funded or
negatively impact the marketability of the bonds.

The Village will avoid the issuance of Budget, Tax and Revenue Anticipation Notes.

The Village will use special assessments, revenue bonds, and/or any other available self-liquidating debt
measures instead of general obligation bonds where and when possible, applicable and practicable.

The Village shall develop and maintain good relations with financial and bond rating agencies, and will follow a
policy of full and open disclosure on every financial report and bond prospectus.

When issuing new debt, the Village will endeavor to maintain medium credit industry benchmarks as published
annually by Moody's Investors Service.

The Village will develop a Debt Management Policy to help ensure the Village's credit worthiness and to provide
a functional tool for debt management and capital planning.


FINANCIAL REPORTING PERFORMANCE GOALS

The Village will adhere to a policy of full and open public disclosure of all financial operations. The proposed
budget will be prepared in a manner maximizing its understanding by citizens and elected officials. Copies of
financial documents will be made available to all interested parties. Opportunities will be provided for full citizen
participation prior to final adoption of the budget.

The Village's accounting system will maintain records on a basis consistent with generally accepted accounting
principles.

The Finance Director will prepare regular quarterly and annual financial reports presenting a summary of
financial activity by major types of funds and programs.




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FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE GOALS                                                                    (Continued)



The Village will prepare a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report in conformity with generally accepted
accounting principles and financial reporting practices.

The Village will employ an independent public accounting firm to perform an annual audit of all funds,
authorities, agencies and grant programs, and will make the annual audited report available to the general
public, bond and financial consultants and other interested citizens and organizations. The audit shall be
completed and submitted to the Village President and Board of Trustees within 180 days of the close of the
Village's fiscal year.




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BUDGET DOCUMENT PURPOSE & CONTENT

PURPOSE

This budget represents the Village’s plan for allocating resources. These resources include time, manpower
and money and are allocated to accomplish the planned objectives set forth in the strategic plan. The
budget document is a planning, control and measurement tool of the Village. It is a multi-year
comprehensive financial plan adopted annually by the Village Board, with a fiscal year starting May 1st and
ending April 30th.

The budget calendar identifies the timing, responsibility and duration of the budget process. Generally, the
budget process begins in October and the budget is adopted in April. Once adopted, the control and
measurement process of budget administration continues until fiscal year end, at which time, the external
independent annual audit provides a review of the Village’s budget performance. Therefore, the true budget
process does not end when the budget is adopted, but is a year-round concern of the Village Board and
staff.


CONTENT
This budget document utilizes a pyramid approach to provide its readers with varied levels of detail. This
budget document is more than a financial plan. It is intended to fulfill four major functions through its role
as:

                                       ►   a policy document
                                       ►   an operations guide
                                       ►   a communication medium
                                       ►   a financial plan

The presentation of the budget document can be summarized as follows:


INTRODUCTION & FINANCIAL SUMMARIES – This section provides for a transmittal letter which
highlights the significant elements of the budget. Within this section is a "BUDGET AT A GLANCE"
presentation which has various tables and charts to provide the reader an overview of the budget at the
highest level of reporting. These schedules combine all funds and cross reference each individual fund and
operation. Each type of user requires differing levels of detail depending on the level and type of decision
making. Also, various tables are incorporated into the budget document to present general, financial, socio-
economic, and other pertinent data to give the reader historical and factual data that enhances their
understanding of the direction the Village is heading. Generally speaking, these few pages provide the
general public (and the press) a sufficient understanding of the budget document and serves most
purposes.




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BUDGET DOCUMENT PURPOSE & CONTENT                                                                (Continued)




INDIVIDUAL FUND BY FUND PRESENTATION – At the next lower level of reporting, each fund
presentation begins with "Fund at a Glance" introduction which highlights the major revenues (sources) and
the major expenditures (uses) in a basic format. A "Fund Summary" follows which illustrates two previous
years’ actuals, the projected actual as compared to budget for the current fiscal year, and the new budget
year's effect on the financial position of the fund. This allows the reader an overview of the fund without
necessarily reviewing the next lower level of reporting.


OPERATIONS – Since the General Fund is comprised of many operations or programs, a separate tab has
been provided for each department for quick reference. Behind this tab is an organizational chart by
function (or operation) which illustrates the operations within that department. This is also described in
narrative form on the following few pages. Since the budget process formally adopts goals and objectives,
the department director communicates the progress made on last year's goals and establishes new goals
for the budget year with concurrence and approval of the Village Manager. This becomes an excellent form
of communication which enunciates what will be accomplished as a result of utilizing these financial
resources. Often there is a legal or policy need to budget operations across funds; therefore, to obtain a
true picture of the total costs an "Operation Summary" is included and it performs the cross-reference in a
simple and easily understandable manner. The line-item budget becomes the next lower level of reporting.
It discloses the prior year's actuals, projections, and budgeted amounts for each account. "Personal
Services" schedules detail authorized positions in full time equivalents.


APPENDIX – This section contains a community profile for the Village of Arlington Heights and a glossary
of terms.


MISCELLANEOUS SCHEDULES, TABLES, & GRAPHICS – To provide greater clarity and to enhance the
appeal of the budget document, certain miscellaneous illustrations have been included in their logical
sequence. For example, debt service schedules for future debt retirement which contain extensive
information in a concise spreadsheet have been included in the "Debt Service" presentation.


ARLINGTON HEIGHTS MEMORIAL LIBRARY – The Library section of this budget document includes a
fund narrative, fund summary, and a line item budget. The Library budget is determined by a Library Board
of Trustees which is elected independent from the Village Board of Trustees. As a result of State legal
requirements, the Library budget is then included with the Village budget for adoption by the Village Board
of Trustees.


BASIS OF BUDGETING – The Village of Arlington Heights accounts for all funds and adopts a budget
based on generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). The Village uses fund accounting designed to
demonstrate legal compliance and to aid financial management by segregating transactions related to




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BUDGET DOCUMENT PURPOSE & CONTENT                                                                   (Continued)




certain governmental functions or activities. A fund is a separate accounting entity with a self-balancing set
of accounts. Funds are classified into the following categories: governmental, proprietary, and fiduciary.
Each category, in turn, is divided into separate “fund types.”

Governmental funds are used to account for all or most of a government’s general activities, including the
collection and disbursement of earmarked monies (special revenue funds), the acquisition or construction
of general fixed assets (capital projects funds), and the servicing of general long-term debt (debt service
funds). The General Fund is used to account for all activities of the general government not accounted for
in some other fund. Governmental funds are budgeted using a modified accrual basis, except for loans,
loan payments, and debt service payments, which are budgeted on a cash basis.

Proprietary funds are used to account for activities similar to those found in the private sector, where the
determination of net income is necessary or useful to sound financial administration. Goods or services
from such activities can be provided either to outside parties (enterprise funds) or to other departments or
agencies primarily within the government (internal service funds). Proprietary funds are budgeted using an
accrual basis, except for loans, loan payments, capital expenditures, depreciation, and debt service
payments which are budgeted on a cash basis.

Fiduciary funds are used to account for assets held on behalf of outside parties, including other
governments, or on behalf of other funds within the government. When these assets are held under the
terms of a formal trust agreement, either a pension trust fund, a nonexpendable trust fund, or an
expendable trust fund is used. The terms “nonexpendable” and “expendable” refer to whether or not the
government is under an obligation to maintain the trust principal. Agency funds generally are used to
account for assets that the government holds on behalf of others as their agent. Expendable trust and
agency funds are budgeted on a modified accrual basis, and the nonexpendable trust and pension funds
are budgeted on an accrual basis.




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 Financial
Summaries
VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

ALL FUNDS SUMMARY

                                       2009-10      2010-11         2011-12      2011-12       2012-13         $              %
FUND            REVENUES                Actual       Actual         Est Act      Budget        Budget        Change         Change

101    GENERAL                         59,303,291    62,403,634     65,226,900    63,603,164    66,501,100     2,897,936     4.6%
211    MOTOR FUEL TAX                   1,942,836     2,466,184      2,117,900     1,948,000     2,118,200       170,200     8.7%
215    CDBG                               447,721       352,861        405,376       454,646       292,730      (161,916) (35.6%)
217    1st TIME HOME BUYERS GRANT          32,084            39              0             0             0             0     N/A
225    FIRE ACADEMY                       133,871        75,748         19,400       188,000        15,000      (173,000) (92.0%)
227    FOREIGN FIRE INSURANCE TAX         110,290       120,779        125,600       121,000       125,600         4,600     3.8%
231    CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS            197,246       226,845        128,000        16,676       769,000       752,324 4511.4%
235    MUNICIPAL PARKING                1,048,556     1,048,088      1,083,000     1,061,200     1,063,000         1,800     0.2%
251    TIF I SOUTH                              0       656,743          4,000             0             0             0     N/A
255    TIF II NORTH                     1,582,778         7,379              0             0             0             0     N/A
261    TIF III                            348,127       288,037        271,900       301,800       271,900       (29,900)   (9.9%)
263    TIF IV                             560,542       282,120        652,000       496,200       652,000       155,800    31.4%
264    TIF V                            1,451,324       623,489        591,500       713,700       590,700      (123,000) (17.2%)
301    DEBT SERVICE                    16,685,363    10,990,249     28,571,879    28,587,879     7,775,644   (20,812,235) (72.8%)
401    CAPITAL PROJECTS                 6,292,335     4,590,577      4,509,200     5,377,600     4,479,800      (897,800) (16.7%)
426    FLOOD CONTROL V                     24,519        24,733        218,100         5,000        10,000         5,000   100.0%
431    PUBLIC BUILDING                     32,859        18,379          8,500        13,000         4,000        (9,000) (69.2%)
435    EMERALD ASH BORER (EAB)                  0             0      2,000,000     2,000,000             0    (2,000,000) (100.0%)
505    WATER & SEWER                   12,093,765    12,790,277     13,660,600    14,612,100    14,996,600       384,500     2.6%
511    SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL             1,683,729     1,530,226      1,621,700     1,550,000     1,510,000       (40,000)   (2.6%)
515    ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS       461,108       464,481        874,400       844,700       486,500      (358,200) (42.4%)
605    HEALTH INSURANCE                 8,169,706     8,066,849      8,114,000     8,382,600     8,691,300       308,700     3.7%
606    RETIREE HEALTH INSURANCE         2,175,390     1,886,315      2,038,500     2,826,100     2,416,100      (410,000) (14.5%)
611    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE        664,793       654,630        962,000       988,000       682,800      (305,200) (30.9%)
615    WORKERS' COMPENSATION            1,859,474     1,796,123      1,932,200     1,779,600     1,813,400        33,800     1.9%
621    FLEET OPERATIONS                 3,022,150     2,911,765      3,022,600     2,868,300     3,052,600       184,300     6.4%
625    TECHNOLOGY                       1,544,351     1,533,110      1,406,500     1,410,500     1,454,600        44,100     3.1%
705    POLICE PENSION                  13,437,242    11,068,693      8,993,100     8,838,000     9,238,000       400,000     4.5%
711    FIRE PENSION                    13,910,089    11,684,670      9,369,100     9,009,000     9,413,000       404,000     4.5%

       TOTAL REVENUES                 149,215,539   138,563,023    157,927,955   157,996,765   138,423,574   (19,573,191)    (12.4%)


                                       2009-10      2010-11         2011-12      2011-12       2012-13         $              %
FUND          EXPENDITURES              Actual       Actual         Est Act      Budget        Budget        Change         Change

101    GENERAL                         61,021,789    59,612,108     64,732,000    66,056,526    65,693,900      (362,626)    (0.5%)
211    MOTOR FUEL TAX                   2,499,437     2,188,439      2,229,000     2,448,100     2,358,800       (89,300)    (3.6%)
215    CDBG                               447,721       352,861        405,376       454,646       292,730      (161,916)   (35.6%)
217    1st TIME HOME BUYERS GRANT          58,033        10,186              0             0             0             0      N/A
225    FIRE ACADEMY                       120,238        92,602        119,700       236,886       157,850       (79,036)   (33.4%)
227    FOREIGN FIRE INSURANCE TAX         147,526       115,888        154,300       165,000       195,000        30,000     18.2%
231    CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS            189,981       203,218        171,200       171,257       769,000       597,743    349.0%
235    MUNICIPAL PARKING                1,158,873     1,146,463      1,223,100     1,225,731     1,238,300        12,569      1.0%
251    TIF I SOUTH                              0        41,101         30,000       656,508       589,642       (66,866)   (10.2%)
255    TIF II NORTH                       612,498       944,920              0             0             0             0      N/A
261    TIF III                            282,692       283,801        284,200       327,713       321,750        (5,963)    (1.8%)
263    TIF IV                             570,468       296,389         80,000       614,201       610,000        (4,201)    (0.7%)
264    TIF V                              732,018       340,261        384,800       918,750       971,850        53,100      5.8%
301    DEBT SERVICE                    16,841,847    11,035,788     28,518,317    28,518,748     7,574,500   (20,944,248)   (73.4%)
401    CAPITAL PROJECTS                 6,599,503     4,352,672      4,993,200     7,774,054     7,191,900      (582,154)    (7.5%)
426    FLOOD CONTROL V                     91,460        31,908        470,000       850,000       880,000        30,000      3.5%
431    PUBLIC BUILDING                     22,608        17,084        437,800       437,744       705,000       267,256     61.1%
435    EMERALD ASH BORER (EAB)                  0             0         53,000        53,000       378,300       325,300    613.8%
505    WATER & SEWER                   13,235,573    13,652,723     14,725,600    15,197,369    15,604,400       407,031      2.7%
511    SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL             1,422,141     1,492,582      1,659,100     1,610,472     1,417,400      (193,072)   (12.0%)
515    ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS       655,204       456,969        839,100       843,915       507,400      (336,515)   (39.9%)
605    HEALTH INSURANCE                 7,767,551     6,979,729      8,090,900     9,847,500     9,546,600      (300,900)    (3.1%)
606    RETIREE HEALTH INSURANCE         2,175,390     1,886,315      2,038,500     2,826,100     2,416,100      (410,000)   (14.5%)
611    GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE        649,822       657,504        870,100       934,450       920,200       (14,250)    (1.5%)
615    WORKERS' COMPENSATION            1,250,222     1,593,515      1,301,400     1,749,300     1,664,200       (85,100)    (4.9%)
621    FLEET OPERATIONS                 2,927,867     2,661,691      3,882,400     4,266,648     3,755,100      (511,548)   (12.0%)
625    TECHNOLOGY                       2,268,026     1,383,672      1,328,200     1,410,500     1,454,600        44,100      3.1%
705    POLICE PENSION                   3,746,170     4,065,909      4,488,000     4,368,100     4,772,200       404,100      9.3%
711    FIRE PENSION                     4,322,967     4,640,374      5,099,200     5,117,100     5,456,500       339,400      6.6%

       TOTAL EXPENDITURES             131,817,625   120,536,672    148,608,493   159,080,318   137,443,222   (21,637,096)    (13.6%)




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FUND BALANCE SUMMARY FY2013
                                                     5/01/12                                                                        4/30/13
                                                   Projected                               FY2013           FY2013                Estimated
                                                  Beginning             FY2013          Expenditures       Revenues                 Ending
                                                 Fund Balance         Revenues &         & Transfers      Over (Under)           Fund Balance
Fund                Fund Name                       (Deficit)         Transfers In           Out          Expenditures             (Deficit)

101    General                                      $20,906,389         $66,501,100       $65,693,900           $807,200           $21,713,589
211    Motor Fuel Tax                                   957,000           2,118,200         2,358,800           (240,600)              716,400
215    CDBG                                                   0             292,730           292,730                  0                     0
225    Fire Academy                                     142,850              15,000           157,850           (142,850)                    0
227    Foreign Fire Insurance Tax                       300,243             125,600           195,000            (69,400)              230,843
231    Criminal Investigations                           38,651             769,000           769,000                  0                38,651
235    Municipal Parking                              4,460,131           1,063,000         1,238,300           (175,300)            4,284,831
251    TIF I South                                      589,642                   0           589,642           (589,642)                    0
261    TIF III                                        1,050,465             271,900           321,750            (49,850)            1,000,615
263    TIF IV                                           576,288             652,000           610,000             42,000               618,288
264    TIF V                                          2,008,897             590,700           971,850           (381,150)            1,627,747
301    Debt Service                                   1,797,866           7,775,644         7,574,500            201,144             1,999,010
401    Capital Projects                               5,915,997           4,479,800         7,191,900         (2,712,100)            3,203,897
426    Flood Control V                                2,249,355              10,000           880,000           (870,000)            1,379,355
431    Public Building                                1,277,591               4,000           705,000           (701,000)              576,591
435    Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Fund                   1,947,000                   0           378,300           (378,300)            1,568,700
505    Water & Sewer                                  5,338,333          14,996,600        15,604,400           (607,800)            4,730,533
511    Solid Waste Disposal                           1,799,540           1,510,000         1,417,400             92,600             1,892,140
515    Arts, Entertainment & Events                     257,021             486,500           507,400            (20,900)              236,121
605    Health Insurance                               3,150,043           8,691,300         9,546,600           (855,300)            2,294,743
606    Retiree Health Insurance                               0           2,416,100         2,416,100                  0                     0
611    General Liability Insurance                    3,779,680             682,800           920,200           (237,400)            3,542,280
615    Workers' Compensation Insurance                4,803,350           1,813,400         1,664,200            149,200             4,952,550
621    Fleet Operations                               5,083,236           3,052,600         3,755,100           (702,500)            4,380,736
625    Technology                                     1,392,077           1,454,600         1,454,600                  0             1,392,077
705    Police Pension                                82,842,250           9,238,000         4,772,200          4,465,800            87,308,050
711    Fire Pension                                  70,219,136           9,413,000         5,456,500          3,956,500            74,175,636

       TOTAL ALL VILLAGE FUNDS                     $222,883,031       $138,423,574      $137,443,222           $980,352           $223,863,383

  1.   The General Fund shows a FY2013 budget surplus for operations due to expenditure cuts in prior years and modest revenue
       source increases. The current financial condition of the fund is healthy as it continues to maintain a fund balance over 25% of
       annual expenditures.

  2.   The Motor Fuel Tax Fund shows a planned operating deficit to complete various road improvements throughout the Village.

  3.   Fire Academy Fund - Training of Village public safety personnel as well as recruits throughout the area is provided by this
       operation. Significant capital improvements are planned in FY2013 before this operation is terminated and outsourced.
  4.   Foreign Fire Insurance Tax Fund - Insurance companies that do not maintain offices within the State but market fire insurance
       policies within the State pay an additional tax of 2% to the municipality where the policy is written. These funds are used for the
       betterment of the fire services and are controlled by a separate Board of Directors including the Fire Chief and firefighters per
       State Statute. Prior year revenues are being expensed this year, creating the operating deficit.

  5.   Criminal Investigations Fund - Assets seized under State and Federal statutes are accounted for in this fund and used for the
       advancement of law enforcement. These funds are not budgeted for day-to-day Police Department operations but are generally
       one time capital expenditures of current and prior year revenues.

  6.   Municipal Parking Fund - Primarily, commuter parking for train travel to and from Chicago is provided for in this fund. With
       Downtown redevelopment, resident parking for large apartment complexes and off-street shopper parking was included.
       Substantial fund balance is maintained for future parking garage maintenance and repairs. The deficit in operations in FY2013 is
       due primarily to one-time capital expenditures.

  7.   The TIF I District ended in 2006. Current litigation creates the potential for FY2013 activity in the TIF I South Fund.

  8.   TIF III and V Funds reflect a planned drawdown of reserves. TIF IV reflects continuing development spending.




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FUND BALANCE SUMMARY FY2013
  9.   The Debt Service Fund accounts for all debt service payments from general obligation bond issuances except those in the Water
       & Sewer Fund (an enterprise fund).

 10.   The Capital Projects Fund shows a deficit in operations primarily as a result of street construction project costs outpacing
       revenues dedicated to this fund.

 11.   Flood Control V has a planned deficit in operations as these bond proceeds are used for their intended purpose. After all funds are
       exhausted the fund will be closed.

 12.   The Public Building Fund provided for the reconstruction of the Public Works Facility, Fire Station #1 and the Village Hall. $20
       million of G.O. Bonds were sold in 2004 to begin financing these projects and an additional $20 million were sold in 2006 to
       complete these projects. Remaining fund balance can be reserved for future building projects or can be transferred to other
       Village funds. Funds are currently being used to extend the life of the existing Police Facility.

 13.   The Emerald Ash Borer is an insect that kills Ash trees. A tree removal and replacement program has been determined and will
       be funded by a G.O. bond issue in FY2014. The Village has 13,000 Ash trees.

 14.   The Water & Sewer Fund deficit in operations this year represents capital improvement costs that will be amortized with future
       service fees. A planned service rate increase of 5% per year for the next three years will also improve financial operating
       performance. Historically, low water consumption due to wet seasons has reduced revenue.

 15.   Solid Waste Disposal Fund - The operations of the Government Joint Venture Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County are
       provided for in this fund. Efforts to reduce solid waste removal costs and maximize disposal facility useful lives are primary
       objectives.

 16.   The Arts, Entertainment & Events Fund is designed for funding special events and the operation of the Metropolis Performing Arts
       Theater. The primary funding source is a .25% Food & Beverage Tax on prepared food.

 17.   The Health Insurance Fund has a planned operating deficit due to the potential of large health insurance claims. Actual year end
       results generally come in better than budgeted. This fund is operated on a pay as you go basis with a reserve for large claims.

 18.   Retiree Health Insurance Fund - This accounting segregates medical insurance expenses for retirees from those expenses of
       current staff. Retirees pay 100% of their premium for health insurance. Any operating deficit is funded on a pay-as-you-go basis
       from the Health Insurance Fund.

 19.   The General Liability Insurance Fund covers the first $1M per claim before excess coverage takes effect. Premiums are charged
       to operating departments to fund operations. Past claims have been varied and actual experience is generally more favorable than
       budgeted.

 20.   The Workers' Compensation Insurance Fund provides for workers' compensation claims as the Village is self-insured.

 21.   The Fleet Operations Fund provides for major capital replacements. Service charges over the useful life of the equipment will
       replenish reserves. A healthy fund balance is maintained for vehicle and equipment replacement.

 22.   The Technology Fund provides for the operation of the Village's computer network infrastructure and equipment replacement.
       Service charges to departments are used to fund these operations.

 23.   Police and Fire Pension Funds are both budgeting positive results from operations this year. Funding for future liabilities of the
       Police and Fire Pension Funds is currently at 68% and 59% respectively. Per current State Statute, 90% funding must be reached
       by 2040.




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                         ALL FUNDS REVENUES
                                        FY2012-2013 Budget

                                                                Other
                  Debt Service Fund                        Enterprise Funds
                        5.6%                                     1.4%          Self-Insurance Funds
 Other Special                                 Water &                                 9.8%
Revenue Funds                Capital Funds    Sewer Fund
    0.9%                        3.2%            10.9%                                  Fleet
                                                                                  Operations Fund
       Municipal                                                                       2.2%
      Parking Fund
          0.8%                                                                      Technology Fund
                                                                                         1.1%
TIF Funds
  1.1%                                                                                   Pension Funds
                                                                                            13.5%
   Motor Fuel Tax Fund
          1.5%



                                 General Fund
                                    48.0%




                        ALL FUNDS EXPENDITURES
                                         FY2012-2013 Budget

  Other Special
                                                                           Other
 Revenue Funds       Debt Service Fund
                                                                      Enterprise Funds
     1.0%                  5.5%                       Water &               1.4%
                                 Capital Funds       Sewer Fund
 Municipal                          6.7%               11.4%                         Self-Insurance Funds
Parking Fund                                                                                 10.6%
    0.9%
                                                                                                           Fleet
                                                                                                      Operations Fund
    TIF Funds                                                                                              2.7%
      1.8%
                                                                                                Technology Fund
                                                                                                     1.1%


  Motor Fuel Tax Fund
                                                                                           Pension Funds
         1.7%
                                                                                               7.4%
                                      General Fund
                                         47.8%




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           WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM
                    ALL FUNDS REVENUES
          FY 2011-12 BUDGET vs. FY 2012-13 BUDGET

                                                              FY 2011-12 BUDGET              FY 2012-13 BUDGET

$80,000,000
$70,000,000
$60,000,000
$50,000,000
$40,000,000
$30,000,000
$20,000,000
$10,000,000
         $0
               Taxe
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                                            FY 2009-10       FY 2010-11          FY 2011-12             FY 2012-13             %
                                             ACTUAL           ACTUAL              BUDGET                 BUDGET              CHANGE

Taxes                                        61,624,742       66,051,659          68,249,900             70,436,924                     3.2%
Intergovernmental                               791,608        1,567,724           1,815,810                816,630                   (55.0%)
Licenses & Permits                            3,644,510        3,373,772           3,603,500              3,522,500                    (2.2%)
Fees                                          6,354,422        6,219,424           6,425,800              6,234,600                    (3.0%)
Fines                                           731,117          768,201             705,600                740,600                     5.0%
Service Charges                              27,044,152       28,144,647          29,927,700             30,803,200                     2.9%
Interest Income                              20,802,865       14,146,298           8,034,000              8,166,100                     1.6%
Sales/Reimbursable/Rents                      3,735,733        3,321,644           3,190,200              3,365,000                     5.5%
Other                                        19,348,614       13,005,803          31,014,455             12,196,420                   (60.7%)
                                            144,077,763      136,599,172         152,966,965            136,281,974                   (10.9%)
Transfers In                                  5,137,776        1,963,851           5,029,800              2,141,600                   (57.4%)
Total Revenues                              149,215,539      138,563,023         157,996,765            138,423,574                   (12.4%)



NOTE: Taxes increased due to utility tax receipts and a redistribution in the real estate tax levy, from the
Debt Service Fund to the pension funds and the General Fund. Intergovernmental revenues decreased
due to the rebudgeted amount for the proposed Northwest Highway/Wilke Road traffic signal project
reflecting only the local portion of the total cost. The State grant portion which was previously included will
not be billed through the Village. Service Charges increased primarily due to the 5% scheduled increase in
water and sewer rates. Sales/Reimbursable/Rents increased due to retiree insurance coverage and
annual premium fluctuations. Other revenues decreased due to the proceeds of the bond refinancing being
realized last year. Transfers In decreased due to the $2 million initial funding of the Emerald Ash Borer
(EAB) Program in the prior year.




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                           WHERE THE MONEY GOES
                 ALL FUNDS EXPENDITURES
         FY 2011-12 BUDGET vs. FY 2012-13 BUDGET

                                                                 FY 2011-12 BUDGET                FY 2012-13 BUDGET


  $80,000,000
  $70,000,000
  $60,000,000
  $50,000,000
  $40,000,000
  $30,000,000
  $20,000,000
  $10,000,000
             $0

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                                          FY 2009-10            FY 2010-11            FY 2011-12                FY 2012-13               %
                                           ACTUAL                ACTUAL                BUDGET                    BUDGET                CHANGE

Personal Services                         63,228,272             64,651,820            67,721,850                70,210,545                3.7%
Contractual Services                      21,621,473             21,469,984            24,921,847                24,494,842               (1.7%)
Commodities                                3,390,367              3,174,895             3,878,055                 4,137,200                6.7%
Other Charges                             11,448,174              9,119,586            12,918,578                13,373,585                3.5%
Capital Items                              9,792,468              9,157,174            16,239,785                15,510,950               (4.5%)
Debt Service                              17,199,095             10,999,362            28,370,403                 7,574,500              (73.3%)
                                         126,679,849            118,572,821           154,050,518               135,301,622              (12.2%)
Transfers Out                              5,137,776              1,963,851             5,029,800                 2,141,600              (57.4%)
Total Expenditures                       131,817,625            120,536,672           159,080,318               137,443,222              (13.6%)


NOTE: Personal Services increased due to pension, health insurance and wage adjustments. There
was a 0% wage adjustment for all employee groups in the prior year. Commodities increased due to the
expanded street paving program in Public Works. Other Charges increased due to projected sales tax
abatement increases per agreements. Medical claims are also budgeted at the maximum exposure level
and dental claims are budgeted higher to reflect actual trends. Capital Items decreased due to the
rebudgeted amount for the proposed Northwest Highway/Wilke traffic signal project reflecting only the
local portion of the total cost. The State's portion of the cost which was previously included will not be
billed through the Village. Debt Service expenditures decreased as last fiscal year included two bond
refinancings. Transfers Out decreased mainly due to the $2 million initial funding of the Emerald Ash
Borer (EAB) Program in the prior year.




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          Village of Arlington Heights
               2010 PROPERTY TAX BILL
                      (Depicts the "most" common tax bill, assuming School District 25.
                           Depends on School District and Township boundaries.)




                           Education - 66.3%

                           Other Taxing Bodies - 22.1%

                           Village of Arlington Heights - 11.6%


Elementary School
    District 25
      37.8%

                                                                                          Secondary School
                                                                                             District 214
Cook County                                                                                    24.6%
   6.3%

  Wheeling
  Township
    0.8%
              Other
              3.8%                                                                 Harper
                       Park                                                       Community
                      District      Library                                        College
                       6.0%          5.2%              VILLAGE OF
                                                                                    3.9%
                                                       ARLINGTON
                                                        HEIGHTS
                                                          11.6%

     AS THE ABOVE PIE CHART ILLUSTRATES, THE VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
              CONSISTS OF 11.6% OF THE ENTIRE PROPERTY TAX BILL.




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WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM
   GENERAL FUND REVENUES
     2012-2013 Fiscal Year


     Intergovernmental <1%                                                           Property Tax 30%

      Licenses/Permits 6%

                                                                                      Sales Tax 16%
       Fees 6%                                             Taxes 83%
                                                                                      Home Rule Sales Tax 8%
      Fines 1%
                                                                                      Income Tax 9%
      Services Charges 3%                                                              Food & Beverage Tax 3%
     Interest Income <1%                                                              Telecommunication Tax 6%
      Sales/Reimb/Rents 1%                                                            Utility Taxes 8%
                                                                                      Other Taxes 3%
                 Other <1%




                             FY 2009-10     FY 2010-11     FY 2011-12      FY 2012-13          %
                                ACTUAL       ACTUAL         BUDGET          BUDGET           CHANGE

Taxes                          44,409,167    51,306,194     52,596,500      55,560,580              5.6%
Intergovernmental                 364,146       382,698        206,564         168,000            (18.7%)
Licenses/Permits                3,644,510     3,373,772      3,603,500       3,522,500             (2.2%)
Fees                            3,621,190     3,755,725      3,663,600       3,697,600              0.9%
Fines                             680,269       694,029        645,600         640,600             (0.8%)
Service Charges                 1,960,514     2,021,291      2,037,700       2,070,700              1.6%
Interest Income                   205,407       120,768        150,000         130,000            (13.3%)
Sales/Reimb/Rents                 448,573       406,325        418,200         420,200              0.5%
Other                             369,818       282,646        281,500         290,920              3.3%
Transfers In                    3,599,697        60,186              0               0              0.0%

Total Revenue                  59,303,291    62,403,634     63,603,164      66,501,100                  4.6%


NOTE: Taxes increased due to a redistribution of real estate tax levies from the Debt Service Fund to the
pension funds and the General Fund. Utility Tax receipts increased due to consumption and supply pricing,
and Sales Tax receipts increased based on the economy improving and the cost of goods increasing.
Intergovernmental revenues show a decrease due to a grant for energy efficient programs from the
Federal Government being completed. Licenses/Permits decreased due to reduced Business License
demand. Interest Income has been reduced due to market rates.




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       WHERE THE MONEY GOES
     GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES
        2012-2013 FISCAL YEAR
           Personal Services
                 79%




                                                                                              Contractual
                                                                                                 15%




                                                                                       Commodities
                                                                                          4%


                                                                                   Other Charges
                                               Transfers Out                            1%
                                                    1%               Contingency
                                                                        < 1%


                               FY 2009-10    FY 2010-11        FY 2011-12     FY 2012-13             %
                                 ACTUAL       ACTUAL            BUDGET         BUDGET              CHANGE
Personal Services               47,614,720     48,269,157      50,306,075      51,730,500              2.8%
Contractual Services             8,594,402      8,519,534       9,187,077       9,517,400              3.6%
Commodities                      2,027,580      2,034,310       2,410,249       2,636,700              9.4%
Other Charges                    2,494,087        498,407         612,050         679,800             11.1%
Contingency                              0              0         471,175         497,600              5.6%
Transfers Out                      291,000        290,700       3,069,900         631,900            (79.4%)
Total Expenditures              61,021,789     59,612,108      66,056,526      65,693,900             (0.5%)


NOTE: Personal Services increased due to pension, health insurance, and wage adjustments. There
was a 0% wage adjustment for all employee groups in the prior year. Contractual Services increased
due in part to higher Northwest Central Dispatch charges. Vehicle lease charges increased due to higher
replacement costs. Police IT charges increased significantly in order to cover the future replacement of
the in-car computer units. Commodities increased due to fuel costs and street and sidewalk supplies in
Public Works for expanded street paving repairs. Other Charges increased due to projected sales tax
abatement increases per agreement. Contingency is budgeted each year but if used, is classified as an
expenditure type. If not used it becomes part of available reserves. The FY2012 budget shows that
there is still $471,175 remaining as a contingency as of the date of this writing. As was done in FY2012, a
large contingency amount is budgeted in FY2013 due to the unknown potential effects of the State of
Illinois' budget issues. Transfers Out decreased due to funds transferred
to the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Fund in the prior year.



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         WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM
         WATER & SEWER FUND REVENUES
                       2012-2013 FISCAL YEAR

            Services Charges
                  99%




                                                                              Interest Income
                                                                                    < 1%
                                                      Other
                                                                    Sales/Reimbursable/Rent
                                                      < 1%
                                                                             < 1%




                               FY 2009-10   FY 2010-11     FY 2011-12      FY 2012-13             %
                                ACTUAL       ACTUAL          BUDGET         BUDGET              CHANGE

Services Charges               11,908,829    12,730,188       14,455,100     14,869,600             2.9%
Interest Income                    83,884        39,606           60,000         30,000           (50.0%)
Sales/Reimbursable/Rent            58,309        89,959           82,000         82,000             0.0%
Other                              42,743       (69,476)          15,000         15,000             0.0%

Total Revenues                 12,093,765    12,790,277       14,612,100     14,996,600            2.6%




NOTE: Service Charges include sales for water and sewer service. Water consumption has been
projected lower based on historical trends and due to the closing of the Sheraton Hotel. A combined
water and sewer rate increase of 5% was also approved effective as of May 1, 2012. Interest Income has
been reduced due to market rates.




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                    WHERE THE MONEY GOES
  WATER & SEWER FUND EXPENDITURES
                        2012-2013 FISCAL YEAR

                                   Contractual
                                     38%



                                                                                      Commodities
                                                                                         6%




                                                                                            Other Charges
                                                                                                11%




        Personal Services                                                   Capital Items
              37%                                                                9%
                                                        Transfers Out
                                                             1%




                             FY 2009-10 FY 2010-11            FY 2011-12    FY 2012-13            %
                              ACTUAL      ACTUAL               BUDGET        BUDGET             CHANGE

Personal Services             5,135,245          5,256,961      5,480,800    5,687,200                 3.8%
Contractual                   5,367,100          5,448,774      5,785,459    5,862,500                 1.3%
Commodities                     841,224            566,338        864,715      879,200                 1.7%
Other Charges                 1,311,113          1,292,058      1,611,415    1,661,000                 3.1%
Capital Items                   580,891          1,088,592      1,374,980    1,434,500                 4.3%
Transfers Out                         0                  0         80,000       80,000                 0.0%

Total Expenditures           13,235,573      13,652,723        15,197,369   15,604,400                 2.7%




NOTE: Personal Services increased due to pension, health insurance, and wage adjustments. These
was a 0% wage adjustment for all employee groups in the prior year. Capital Items increased due to
expanded water tank painting and the Pump Station 17 bypass line to provide a redundant water
supply.




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VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

EMPLOYEE CENSUS
Ten Year Analysis


DEPARTMENT                              FY2004       FY2005       FY2006       FY2007        FY2008     FY2009       FY2010        FY2011      FY2012       FY2013

Manager's Office           Full-Time         5.00         5.00         5.00        5.50          5.50        6.50         6.50         6.00         6.00        6.00
                           Part-Time         0.00         1.00         1.00        0.00          0.00        0.00         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00
Human Resources            Full-Time         4.00         4.00         4.00        4.50          4.50        4.50         4.50         4.00         4.00        4.00
                           Part-Time         1.00         1.00         1.00        0.00          0.00        0.00         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00
Legal                      Full-Time         2.00         2.00         2.00        2.00          2.00        1.00         1.00         1.00         1.00        1.00
                           Part-Time         3.00         3.00         3.00        3.00          3.00        4.00         4.00         3.00         3.00        3.00
Finance                    Full-Time        20.00        20.00        20.00       19.00         19.00       19.00        18.00        17.00        17.00       17.00
                           Part-Time         4.00         4.00         4.00        3.00          3.00        3.00         2.00         2.00         1.00        1.00
IT/GIS                     Full-Time         9.00         9.00         9.00        7.00          7.00        7.00         7.00         7.00         6.00        6.00
                           Part-Time         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00          0.00        0.00         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00
Police                     Full-Time       146.00       146.00      146.00       146.00        148.00      148.00       146.00       138.00       137.00      137.00
                           Part-Time         2.00         2.00        2.00         2.00          2.00        2.00         2.00         2.00         2.00        2.00
Police Grant               Full-Time         3.00         3.00         3.00        3.00          1.00        1.00         1.00         1.00         1.00        1.00
                           Part-Time         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00          0.00        0.00         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00
Fire                       Full-Time       105.00       105.00      106.00       105.00        114.00      114.00       113.00       110.00       109.00      109.00
                           Part-Time         1.00         1.00        1.00         1.00          1.00        1.00         1.00         1.00         3.00        3.00
Planning & Comm Devlp Full-Time             11.00        11.00        11.00       11.00         11.00       11.00        11.00         9.00         9.00        9.00
                      Part-Time              2.00         1.00         1.00        1.00          1.00        1.00         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00
Building Services          Full-Time        19.00        19.00        18.00       18.00         18.00       19.00        18.00        17.00        15.00       15.00   (1)
                           Part-Time         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00          1.00        1.00         1.00         1.00         3.00        3.00
Health Services            Full-Time        11.00        11.00        11.00       11.00         11.00       11.00        11.00        10.00         9.00        9.00   (1)
                           Part-Time         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00          0.00        0.00         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00
Youth Services             Full-Time         2.00         2.00         2.00        2.00          2.00        2.00         2.00         0.00         0.00        0.00
                           Part-Time         2.00         2.00         3.00        3.00          3.00        3.00         3.00         0.00         0.00        0.00
Senior Services            Full-Time         4.00         4.00         2.00        2.00          2.00        2.00         1.00         1.00         1.00        1.00
                           Part-Time         1.00         2.00         6.00        6.00          6.00        6.00         6.00         6.00         6.00        6.00
Engineering                Full-Time        14.00        13.00        13.00       13.00         13.00       13.00        12.00        10.00        10.00       10.00
                           Part-Time         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00          0.00        0.00         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00
Public Works               Full-Time        50.00        49.00        49.00       49.00         49.00       50.00        49.00        44.00        42.00       42.00
                           Part-Time         0.00         1.00         0.00        0.00          0.00        1.00         1.00         1.00         1.00        1.00   (2)

Water Utility Operations   Full-Time        41.00        41.00        41.00       41.00         41.00       41.00        41.00        41.00        40.00       40.00
                           Part-Time         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00          0.00        0.00         0.00         0.00         0.00        0.00   (2)

Fleet Services             Full-Time        11.00        11.00        11.00       10.00         10.00       10.00        10.00        10.00        10.00       10.00
                           Part-Time         0.00         0.00         1.00        1.00          1.00        1.00         1.00         1.00         1.00        1.00
TOTAL                      Full-Time       457.00       455.00      453.00       449.00        458.00      460.00       452.00       426.00       417.00      417.00
                           Part-Time        16.00        18.00       23.00        20.00         21.00       23.00        21.00        17.00        20.00       20.00

TOTAL EMPLOYEES                            473.00       473.00      476.00       469.00        479.00      483.00       473.00       443.00       437.00      437.00

INCREASE (DECREASE)                         (9.00)        0.00         3.00        (7.00)       10.00        4.00       (10.00)      (30.00)       (6.00)       0.00



FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS (FTE)                465.00       463.50      464.00       458.50        468.25      471.75       462.75       434.50       427.00      427.00
INCREASE (DECREASE)                         (8.00)       (1.50)        0.50        (5.50)        9.75        3.50         (9.00)     (28.25)       (7.50)       0.00




(1)   The full-time Director of Building & Health Services position is split 50/50 between Building Services and Health Services and is shown only in
      Building Services so as not to skew the total count.
(2)   A part-time employee is shared between Public Works and Water Utility Operations and is shown only in Public Works so as not to skew the total count.




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VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
EXPENDITURES AND STAFFING
SUMMARY BY OPERATION FY2013

                                                  STAFFING                               EXPENDITURES
                                        Budget     Budget     Increase     Budget           Budget         Increase
           OPERATION
                                        FY2012     FY2013    (Decrease)    FY2012           FY2013        (Decrease)

 Board of Trustees                         0.00       0.00                    $191,235         $190,500          ($735)
 Village Manager                           6.00       6.00                     891,400          926,200         34,800
 Human Resources                           4.00       4.00                  13,644,650       13,410,700       (233,950)
 Legal                                     2.75       2.75                     725,200          729,600          4,400
 Finance/Village Clerk/IT/GIS             23.50      23.50                   4,910,409        4,993,500         83,091
 Boards & Commissions                      0.00       0.00                     293,498          258,600        (34,898)
 Metropolis Theater                        0.00       0.00                     483,965          186,000       (297,965)
 Police/Police Grant                     139.00     139.00                  22,624,140       23,383,400        759,260
 Fire                                    110.50     110.50                  18,877,687       19,600,300        722,613
 Planning & Community Development          9.00       9.00                   3,664,305        3,441,687       (222,618)
 Building & Health Services               29.25      29.25                   3,970,655        4,070,500         99,845
 Engineering                              10.00      10.00                  10,739,032       10,216,600       (522,432)
 Public Works                             41.75      41.75                  12,635,052       13,439,000        803,948
 Comm Development Block Grant Program      0.00       0.00                     246,221           86,685       (159,536)
 Fire Academy                              0.00       0.00                     177,452          152,850        (24,602)
 Foreign Fire Insurance Tax                0.00       0.00                     165,000          195,000         30,000
 Criminal Investigations                   0.00       0.00                     171,257          769,000        597,743
 Parking Operations                        0.00       0.00                     619,367          635,900         16,533
 Debt Service                              0.00       0.00                  28,518,748        7,574,500    (20,944,248)
 Capital Projects                          0.00       0.00                   3,397,014        2,919,000       (478,014)
 Water Utility Operations                 40.75      40.75                  12,847,559       13,097,200        249,641
 Solid Waste Disposal                      0.00       0.00                   1,610,472        1,417,400       (193,072)
 Municipal Fleet Services                 10.50      10.50                   1,973,300        2,046,900         73,600
 Pensions                                  0.00       0.00                   9,485,200       10,228,700        743,500

 Sub-Total Village                       427.00     427.00        0.00    $152,862,818     $133,969,722   ($18,893,096)

 Non-Operating & Transfers Out             N/A        N/A         N/A        6,217,500        3,473,500     (2,744,000)

 TOTAL VILLAGE                           427.00     427.00        0.00    $159,080,318     $137,443,222   ($21,637,096)

 MEMORIAL LIBRARY                        148.90     149.40        0.50      13,607,473       15,819,949      2,212,476

 TOTAL VILLAGE & LIBRARY                 575.90     576.40        0.50    $172,687,791     $153,263,171   ($19,424,620)




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VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

INTERFUND TRANSFERS DETAIL FY2012-2013 BUDGET

                   FUND                IN            OUT                                      PURPOSE


101 General (Corporate) Fund                         271,900    To fund 2010 debt service (to Fund 301)
                                                     360,000    To fund health insurance (to Fund 605)
                                            $0      $631,900

215 CDBG Fund                                        150,000    To fund 2003B debt service for Senior Center (to Fund 301)
                                            $0      $150,000


261 TIF III Fund                                     261,750    To fund 2003A debt service (to Fund 301)
                                            $0      $261,750

264 TIF V Fund                                       351,850    To fund 2005 debt service (to Fund 301)
                                            $0      $351,850

301 Debt Service Fund                   271,900                 To   fund   abatement   of   taxes   for   2010 (from Fund 101)
                                        150,000                 To   fund   abatement   of   taxes   for   2003B (from Fund 215)
                                        261,750                 To   fund   abatement   of   taxes   for   2003A (from Fund 261)
                                        351,850                 To   fund   abatement   of   taxes   for   2005 (from Fund 264)
                                     $1,035,500            $0

505 Water & Sewer Fund                                80,000    To fund medical insurance (to Fund 605)
                                            $0       $80,000

605 Health Insurance Fund              360,000                  To fund medical insurance (from Fund 101)
                                        80,000                  To fund medical insurance (from Fund 505)
                                                     666,100    To fund retiree medical insurance (to Fund 606)
                                      $440,000      $666,100

606 Retiree Health Insurance Fund      666,100                  To fund retiree medical insurance (from Fund 605)
                                      $666,100             $0


                 TOTAL              $2,141,600    $2,141,600




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CIP / Debt Service
                        VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM SUMMARY
The Village of Arlington Heights prepares annually a Capital Improvement Program
(CIP) for the five-year period beginning with the next fiscal year. The CIP is a planning
document which is reviewed by the Village Board and is prepared by the Village
Manager and Finance Director with the assistance of all Department Heads. Included
are capital expenditures projected to cost in excess of $10,000 and have an expected
lifetime of one or more years. The CIP is subject to further review and approval by the
Village Board during the final budget process, based on available resources and
expenditure requirements of the operations budget. What follows is a summary of all
CIP expenditures and projects included in the budget for FY 2012-13.


                                CAPITAL SPENDING
          Building & Land                                        $  1,245,450
          Equipment                                                 1,442,400
          Sewer                                                     1,130,000
          Signals                                                     665,100
          Streets                                                   7,297,100
          Vehicles                                                  1,744,000
          Water                                                       925,000
          TOTAL                                                  $ 14,449,050

                                 CAPITAL FUNDING
          Capital Projects Fund                                  $  6,848,300
          Water & Sewer Fund                                        1,434,500
          Motor Fuel Tax Fund                                       1,924,700
          Fire Academy Fund                                           138,850
          Municipal Parking Operations Fund                            60,000
          Flood Control V Fund                                        880,000
          Public Building Fund                                        705,000
          Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Fund                                 45,000
          Arts, Entertainment & Events (A&E) Fund                      31,000
          Fleet Operations Fund                                     1,744,000
          Technology Fund                                             231,800
          State/Federal/County & Grant Funds                          405,900
          TOTAL                                                  $ 14,449,050




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                                   CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP)
                                FIVE YEAR SPENDING AND FUNDING SUMMARY

                                                                          EST ACT     BUDGET      BUDGET      BUDGET      BUDGET     BUDGET      BUDGET
CAPITAL SPENDING                                    FUND       PROJ #     2011-12     2011-12     2012-13     2013-14     2014-15    2015-16     2016-17

Building &Land
Overhead Door Replacement                          Cap Proj    BL-90-04     10,000      10,000      10,000      10,000      10,000     10,000      10,000
Public Works Annex Improvements                    Cap Proj    BL-93-02     10,000      10,000      10,000      10,000      10,000     10,000      10,000
Public Works Annex Improvements                    Water       BL-93-02     20,000      20,000      20,000      20,000      20,000     20,000      20,000
Building Equipment Replacement                     Cap Proj    BL-95-04     61,400      61,425      30,000      30,000      30,000     30,000      30,000
Municipal Buildings Refurbishing                   Cap Proj    BL-95-05     30,000      30,000      30,000      32,000      32,000     32,000      32,000
Roof Maintenance Program                           Cap Proj    BL-95-06    324,000     375,000     225,700      46,500     162,000     29,500      91,000
Roof Maintenance Program                           Water       BL-95-06     54,900      52,000           0           0           0          0           0
Heating Plant/Air Conditioner Replacement          Cap Proj    BL-96-01     30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000      30,000     30,000      30,000
Ongoing Maintenance to Brick Exterior              Parking     BL-96-03      5,000       5,000       5,000       5,000       5,000      5,000       5,000
Ongoing Maintenance to Brick Exteriors             Cap Proj    BL-96-03     20,000      26,149      20,000      20,000      20,000     20,000      20,000
Historical Society Museum - Building Repairs       Cap Proj    BL-96-04     50,000      50,000      25,000      25,000      25,000     25,000      25,000
John G. Woods Municipal Campus                     Pub Bld     BL-98-06          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Parking Structure Sealer/Sealant Replacement       Parking     BL-00-06      5,000       5,000       5,000       5,000       5,000      5,000       5,000
Emergency Power for Senior Center                  Cap Proj    BL-08-02          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Replace Trench Drains in Fleet Operation           Cap Proj    BL-08-03          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Police Station (Space Needs Study)                 Pub Bld     BL-08-04     19,000      18,966           0           0           0          0           0
Fire Academy Maintenance                           Fire Acad   BL-10-03     50,600      59,434     129,750           0           0          0           0
Police Building Maintenance                        Cap Proj    BL-10-04          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Police Building Maintenance                        Pub Bld     BL-10-04    418,800     418,778     600,000     300,000     120,000     71,091           0
Solar Bike Shelter                                 Cap Proj    BL-10-15          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Vail Garage Elevator Car Refurbishment             Parking     BL-11-01          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Paint North Garage                                 Parking     BL-12-02     58,800      58,800           0           0           0          0           0
Garage U (Underground) Signage                     Parking     BL-12-03      5,000       5,000           0           0           0          0           0
Phone System Replacement                           Pub Bld     BL-13-15          0           0     105,000      91,000           0          0           0
       Sub-total Building & Land                                          1,172,500   1,235,552   1,245,450    624,500     469,000    287,591     278,000

Equipment
Operational Equipment - Public Works               Cap Proj    EQ-94-01    135,800     135,774     107,500     148,300      67,800     80,200     136,800
Operational Equipment - Public Works               EAB         EQ-94-01          0           0      45,000           0           0          0           0
Operational Equipment - Public Works               Water       EQ-94-01    187,100     187,077     166,500     204,900     181,000    224,000     209,700
Operational Equipment - Police Department          Cap Proj    EQ-95-01     84,500      84,585           0      50,100      66,100     66,600      69,000
Operational Equipment - Fire Dept                  Fire Acad   EQ-95-02          0           0       9,100           0           0          0           0
Operational Equipment - Fire Department            Cap Proj    EQ-95-02    100,000     110,000      96,000     118,000      94,000     94,000     110,000
Office Equipment                                   Cap Proj    EQ-95-03     31,900      30,055      18,700      25,000      25,000     25,000      25,000
Office Equipment                                   Water       EQ-95-03     19,200      19,203      15,000      15,000      15,000     15,000      15,000
Operational Equipment - Municipal Fleet Services   Cap Proj    EQ-97-01      8,000       8,000      35,800      24,500      21,000     31,000      31,000
IT Equipment Replacement                           IT          EQ-97-08    200,000     221,800     231,800     231,800     236,800    241,800     241,800
Emergency Generator Upgrade                        Water       EQ-99-02     10,000      10,000      10,000      10,000      10,000     10,000      10,000
Operational Equipment - Information Technology     Cap Proj    EQ-01-03     75,000      75,364      85,000      95,000      80,000    150,000     135,000
Operational Equipment - Engineering Department     Cap Proj    EQ-01-04      5,000       5,000       5,000       5,000       5,000          0           0
Vulnerability Assessment Implementation            Water       EQ-05-02     10,000      10,000           0           0           0          0           0
Equipment Replacement - Metropolis                 A&E         EQ-06-03     34,000      33,965      31,000      32,000      33,000     34,000      35,000
Operational Equipment - Teen Center                Cap Proj    EQ-08-01          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Patrol Vehicle Equipment Replacement Program       Cap Proj    EQ-08-03          0           0           0           0      20,000     42,000      42,000
Operational Equipment - Municipal Parking Fund     Parking     EQ-09-01      5,000       5,000      10,000      10,000      10,000     10,000      10,000
2-Way Mobile Radio Replacement                     Water       EQ-09-02          0           0      48,000           0           0          0           0
2-Way Mobile Radio Replacement - Public Works      Cap Proj    EQ-09-05          0           0     180,000           0           0          0           0
Fluid Delivery System                              Cap Proj    EQ-10-01          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Radio System Replacement - Police & Fire           Cap Proj    EQ-13-01          0           0     348,000           0           0          0           0
       Sub-Total Equipment                                                 905,500     935,823    1,442,400    969,600     864,700   1,023,600   1,070,300

Sewers
Sewer Rehab/Replacement Program                    Water       SW-90-01    309,000     309,205     250,000     300,000     300,000    300,000     300,000
Weller Creek Flood Control South Branch            FLDV        SW-91-03          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Grove Street Sanitary Sewer                        FLDV        SW-97-01    200,000     500,000     250,000           0           0          0           0
Sanitary Lift Station Pumps                        Water       SW-98-01          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Federal Stormwater Regulation Measures             Water       SW-05-04     10,000      10,000           0           0           0          0           0
Vail Avenue Storm Sewer Extension                  FLDV        SW-10-01          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Salem Avenue Inlet                                 FLDV        SW-10-02          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Regent Park Sanitary Relief Sewer                  Water       SW-11-01          0           0           0           0           0          0           0
Neighborhood Drainage Improvements                 FLDV        SW-11-02    200,000     200,000     200,000     200,000     200,000    200,000     200,000
Cypress Detention Basin/Lift Station               FLDV        SW-11-05     70,000     150,000      80,000           0           0          0           0
Council Trail Sewer & Street Improvements          TIF IV      SW-13-01          0           0           0     600,000           0          0           0
Flood Study                                        FLDV        SW-13-02          0           0     150,000           0           0          0           0
Utility Modeling                                   FLDV        SW-13-03          0           0     200,000           0           0          0           0
       Sub-Total Sewers                                                    789,000    1,169,205   1,130,000   1,100,000    500,000    500,000     500,000




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                                    CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP)
                                 FIVE YEAR SPENDING AND FUNDING SUMMARY

                                                                           EST ACT      BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET
CAPITAL SPENDING (continued)                           Fund     PROJ #      2011-12      2011-12      2012-13      2013-14      2014-15      2015-16     2016-17

Signals
Traffic Signal Maintenance                           MFT        SG-03-02     111,500       106,100     113,800      116,100      118,400      120,800     123,200
Traffic Signal Imprv at Northwest Hwy/Wilke          Cap Proj   SG-08-02     100,000     1,151,298     551,300            0            0            0           0
      Sub-Total Signals                                                      211,500     1,257,398     665,100      116,100      118,400      120,800     123,200

Streets
Street Resurfacing Program                           Cap Proj   ST-90-08    3,140,000    3,228,270    3,300,000    3,400,000    3,500,000    3,600,000   3,700,000
Street Rehabilitation Program                        MFT        ST-90-09    1,832,500    2,047,000    2,045,000    2,045,000    2,045,000    2,045,000   2,045,000
Sidewalk & Curb Replacement                          Cap Proj   ST-90-11      305,000      305,000      315,000      325,000      335,000      345,000     355,000
Pavement Crack Sealing Program                       MFT        ST-92-01       85,000       85,000      100,000       85,000       85,000       85,000      85,000
Green Corridor Beautification                        TIF IV     ST-99-03            0            0            0            0            0       95,000           0
Green Corridor Beautification                        Cap Proj   ST-99-03       20,000       28,232            0            0            0            0           0
Street Light Cable Replacement                       Cap Proj   ST-00-01       14,000       13,990       10,000       10,000       10,000       10,000      10,000
HPS Street Light Conversion                          Cap Proj   ST-00-03        5,000        5,000            0            0            0            0           0
Gateway Signs & Beautification                       Cap Proj   ST-01-01            0       10,249       10,200            0            0            0           0
Arterial Street Lighting Program                     Cap Proj   ST-04-01            0            0            0            0            0            0           0
UPRR Pedestrian Underpass-Kensington/NW Hwy          Cap Proj   ST-04-03            0            0            0            0            0            0           0
Paver Brick Maintenance                              Cap Proj   ST-05-01       58,900       58,854       25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000      25,000
Northwest Hwy/Davis Street/Arthur Avenue             Cap Proj   ST-05-03       22,000    1,236,864    1,214,900    1,000,000            0            0           0
Northwest Community Hospital Area Traffic Improv.    Cap Proj   ST-08-04            0            0            0            0            0            0           0
Parking Lot Resurfacing                              Parking    ST-09-01       25,000       25,000       40,000            0            0            0           0
Parking Lot Resurfacing                              Cap Proj   ST-09-01       25,000       25,000       75,000       20,000            0            0           0
McDonald Creek Bike Trail Repair                     Cap Proj   ST-09-03       50,000       50,000            0            0            0            0           0
Douglas Avenue Multi-Use Path                        Cap Proj   ST-09-04       23,000       30,000            0            0            0            0           0
Algonquin Road Street Lighting                       MFT        ST-09-12      200,000      210,000            0            0            0            0           0
Commuter Drive Reconstruction                        Cap Proj   ST-11-05       15,000      177,000      162,000            0            0            0           0
Davis/Sigwalt Streets Fencing/Landscape Upgrade      Cap Proj   ST-12-01       12,000       81,000            0            0            0            0           0
Downtown Street Furniture                            Cap Proj   ST-14-01            0            0            0       10,000       10,000       10,000      10,000
        Sub-Total Streets                                                   5,832,400    7,616,459    7,297,100    6,920,000    6,010,000    6,215,000   6,230,000

Vehicles
Vehicle and Special Equipment Repl - Public Works    Fleet      VH-95-01     584,300      726,232      721,000     1,397,000    1,243,100     577,000     256,000
Vehicle and Special Equipment Repl - Water & Sewer   Fleet      VH-95-02     118,000      226,000      633,000       268,000      398,500     454,000     420,000
Vehicle Replacement - Police Department              Fleet      VH-95-03     345,200      339,300      106,000        63,000      254,500     238,500     227,500
Vehicle Replacement - Fire Department                Fleet      VH-95-04     894,500      984,816       63,000     1,100,000      562,500     615,500      35,000
Vehicle Replacement - Municipal Fleet Services       Fleet      VH-95-06           0       25,000       26,000             0       41,000           0           0
Vehicle Replacement - Municipal Parking Operations   Fleet      VH-95-08           0            0       22,000        18,000       23,000      80,000           0
Vehicle Replacement - Building & Health Services     Fleet      VH-95-10           0            0       81,000        63,000       40,000     109,000      40,000
Vehicle Replacement - Engineering Department         Fleet      VH-95-11           0            0       46,000        50,000       50,000      50,000           0
Vehicle Replacement - Planning Department            Fleet      VH-95-12           0            0       23,000             0            0      23,000           0
Vehicle Replacement - Village Manager's Office       Fleet      VH-95-13           0            0       23,000             0            0           0           0
Vehicle Replacement - IT/GIS Department              Fleet      VH-95-15           0            0            0             0            0      23,000           0
      Sub-Total Vehicles                                                    1,942,000    2,301,348    1,744,000    2,959,000    2,612,600    2,170,000    978,500

Water
Watermain Replacement Program                        Water      WA-90-01     411,500      411,529      350,000      400,000      400,000      400,000     400,000
Automatic Meter Reading System                       Water      WA-03-02     100,000      100,000            0            0      100,000      200,000     200,000
Lynnwood Subdivision Utility Installation            Water      WA-04-01           0            0            0            0            0            0           0
Rehabilitation of Deep Well 9 & Well 16              Water      WA-09-01           0            0            0            0            0            0           0
Water Tank Repainting                                Water      WA-11-01     195,500      195,500      500,000            0      200,000      200,000     200,000
Deep Well Rehabilitation                             Water      WA-11-02      50,500       50,466            0      275,000            0      275,000           0
Pump Station 17 NWWC Bypass                          Water      WA-13-05           0            0       75,000            0            0            0           0
      Sub-Total Water                                                        757,500      757,495      925,000      675,000      700,000     1,075,000    800,000


      Total Capital Spending                                               11,610,400   15,273,280   14,449,050   13,364,200   11,274,700   11,391,991   9,980,000




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                                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP)
                                    FIVE YEAR SPENDING AND FUNDING SUMMARY

                                                     EST ACT      BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET
CAPITAL FUNDING BY FUND                               2011-12      2011-12      2012-13      2013-14      2014-15      2015-16     2016-17

Capital Projects Fund                                 4,472,300    6,245,609    6,848,300    5,459,400    4,577,900    4,665,300   4,896,800
Water & Sewer Fund                                    1,352,200    1,374,980    1,434,500    1,224,900    1,226,000    1,644,000   1,354,700
Motor Fuel Tax Fund                                   1,894,900    2,448,100    1,924,700    1,912,000    1,914,300    2,250,800   2,253,200
Fire Academy Fund                                        50,600       59,434      138,850            0            0            0           0
Municipal Parking Operations Fund                       103,800      103,800       60,000       20,000       20,000       20,000      20,000
TIF IV Fund                                                   0            0            0      600,000            0       95,000           0
Flood Control V Fund                                    270,000      850,000      880,000      200,000      200,000      200,000     200,000
Public Buildings Fund                                   437,800      437,744      705,000      391,000      120,000       71,091           0
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Fund                                  0            0       45,000            0            0            0           0
Arts, Entertainment & Events Fund                        34,000       33,965       31,000       32,000       33,000       34,000      35,000
Fleet Operations Fund                                 1,916,800    2,293,248    1,744,000    2,959,000    2,612,600    2,170,000     978,500
Technology Fund                                         200,000      221,800      231,800      231,800      236,800      241,800     241,800
State/Federal/County Funds/Grants/Private               878,000    1,204,600      405,900      334,100      334,100            0           0

      Total Capital Funding                          11,610,400   15,273,280   14,449,050   13,364,200   11,274,700   11,391,991   9,980,000
                                                              0            0            0            0            0            0           0


                                                     EST ACT      BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET       BUDGET
CAPITAL FUNDING BY REVENUE SOURCE                     2011-12      2011-12      2012-13      2013-14      2014-15      2015-16     2016-17

Charges to Operations                                 2,116,800    2,515,048    1,975,800    3,190,800    2,849,400    2,411,800   1,220,300
Motor Fuel Tax Allotment                              1,783,700    1,947,000    1,784,000    1,784,000    1,784,000    1,784,000   1,784,000
Taxes
   Food & Beverage Tax                                   34,000       33,965       31,000       32,000       33,000       34,000      35,000
   Property Tax                                       2,450,000    2,500,000    2,625,000    2,700,000    2,800,000    2,900,000   3,000,000
   Property Tax Increment                                     0            0            0      600,000            0       95,000           0
   Sales Tax Home Rule                                1,693,000    1,609,100    1,710,000    1,744,000    1,777,900    1,722,300   1,896,800
Water Sales                                           1,352,200    1,374,980    1,434,500    1,224,900    1,226,000    1,644,000   1,354,700
Other (including interest income)                       222,900      254,234      162,300       73,000       26,500       69,000      25,000
Grants/State/Federal                                    878,000    1,204,600      405,900      334,100      334,100      731,891     664,200
Cash on Hand                                          1,079,800    3,834,353    4,320,550    1,681,400      443,800            0           0

      Total Capital Funding                          11,610,400   15,273,280   14,449,050   13,364,200   11,274,700   11,391,991   9,980,000




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DEBT SUMMARY
OVERVIEW AND DEBT FINANCING PRINCIPLES

The Village of Arlington Heights has historically taken a conservative approach to debt financing. The goal
of the Village’s debt policy is to maintain the ability to provide high quality essential village services in a
cost-effective manner. Policy makers weigh this goal against maintaining the ability to borrow at the lowest
possible rates. The Village has used the following guidelines before financing projects with long-term debt:

        -   Staff conservatively projects the revenue sources to pay off the debt.
        -   The financing of the improvement will not exceed its useful life.
        -   The benefits of the improvement must outweigh its costs, including the interest costs
            of financing.

Through the application of these guidelines, the Village Board tests any demand on debt financing.
Furthermore, the Village uses debt only to provide financing for essential and necessary capital
projects. The chart below shows a brief history of the Village’s outstanding bond debt.


                            VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS
                          Outstanding Bond Debt (Principal Only)
                          Fiscal Years Ending 2008 through 2013
                       $78.3M        $73.3M        $68.1M         $64.7M          $59.2M     $53.7M

    80,000,000
    70,000,000
    60,000,000
    50,000,000
    40,000,000
    30,000,000
    20,000,000
    10,000,000
              0
                   FY2008        FY2009          FY2010        FY2011       FY2012         FY2013

                                Self-Supported   General Property Tax Supported




Note: In FY2007 the 2006 Capital Projects G. O. Bonds were issued for the construction of public
buildings.




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DEBT SUMMARY
The Village will be paying down its debt aggressively over the next few years as is show below:


                                      Principal & Interest Outstanding
                                          FY1998 through FY2027
 120,000,000

 100,000,000

  80,000,000

  60,000,000

  40,000,000

  20,000,000

          0
               19     20     20     20     20     20     20     20     20     20     20     20     20     20     20
                 98     00     02     04     06     08     10     12     14     16     18     20     22     24     26




LEGAL DEBT MARGIN

The Village is a home rule municipality.
         Article VII, Section 6(k) of the 1970 Illinois Constitution governs computation of the legal
         debt margin.
         “The General Assembly may limit by law the amount and require referendum approval of
         debt to be incurred by home rule municipalities, payable from ad valorem property tax
         receipts, only in excess of the following percentages of the assessed value of its taxable
         property..(2) if its population is more than 25,000 and less than 500,000 an aggregate of
         one percent: …indebtedness which is outstanding on the effective day (July, 1971) of this
         constitution or which is thereafter approved by referendum…shall be included in the
         foregoing percentage amounts.”

To date the General Assembly has set no limits for home rule municipalities.


TYPES OF VILLAGE DEBT

The Village’s general obligation bond rating is Aa1 from Moody’s Investors Service. A general obligation
bond has the full faith and credit of the Village pledged. The general obligation alternate revenue bonds,
which are a pledge of a specific revenue source, (i.e. utility taxes, sales taxes, water revenues) and a tax
levy, carry the same rating. However, all other types of debt instruments are of a lesser credit quality and
therefore have higher relative interest rates. An approximate ranking is as follows:

         General Obligation/General Obligation Alternate Revenue
         Water and Sewer Revenue
         Installment Contract
         Special Service Area
         Special Assessment



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DEBT SUMMARY
CONCLUSION

The Village issues new debt only after careful consideration of the benefits of the capital project
being financed and a conservative analysis of the revenue sources required to pay off the debt. By
following these practices and by monitoring the total debt burden, the Village has been able to
maintain a high bond rating, which equates to lower interest costs. The Village’s overall financial
health is good, and by following sound financial and management policies, the Village’s Board and
staff will emphasize continued efforts toward maintaining and improving the Village’s financial
performance in the coming years.

The schedules on the following page provide summaries of outstanding bond issues and future
debt service requirements.




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VILLAGE OF ARLINGTON HEIGHTS

SUMMARY OF OUTSTANDING BOND ISSUES
AS OF APRIL 30, 2012

                                                                                                                     AMOUNT       MATURITY       PRINCIPAL
                    ISSUE                                                   PURPOSE                                  ISSUED         DATE        OUTSTANDING

2003A G. O. Refunding Bonds                   Advance Ref of 1997A Capital Proj Bonds (TIF III & Fire Station)        2,175,000   12/1/2016         1,175,000

2003B G. O. Refunding Bonds                   Advance Refunding of 1997B Senior Center Bonds                          3,330,000   12/1/2016         1,580,000

2004 G. O. Public Building Bonds              Acquisition, construction and equipping of the new Public Works        20,000,000   12/1/2026          200,000
                                              Building and the new Fire Station #1

2005 G. O. TIF V Bonds                        TIF District Improvement                                                2,235,000   12/1/2015         1,475,000

2006 G. O. Public Building Bonds              Construction and equipping of the new Village Hall                     20,000,000   12/1/2019        15,800,000

2006A G. O. Refunding Bonds                   Refunding of 1997C and 1998A Bonds                                     16,515,000   12/1/2018         3,450,000

2009A G. O. Refunding Bonds                   Refunding of 2001 (Refunding of 1993 Flood Control V Bonds)             8,380,000   12/1/2014         6,585,000

2009B G. O. Street Resurfacing Bonds          2010 Street Resurfacing Program                                         2,050,000   12/1/2014         1,355,000

2010 G. O. Refunding Bonds                    Refunding of 2002A NW Central Dispatch Bonds                            2,855,000   12/1/2022         2,635,000

2011 G. O. Refunding Bonds                    Partial Refunding of 2004 Public Building Bonds                         9,925,000   12/1/2026         9,805,000

2012A G. O. Refunding Bonds                   Partial Refunding of 2004 Public Building Bonds                         9,670,000   12/1/2022         9,670,000

TOTAL ALL BONDS                                                                                                                                    53,730,000




ANNUAL DEBT SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
(PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST)

                                                                                       2009            2010           2011         2012             2013
ISSUE                                         FUNDING SOURCE                          ACTUAL          ACTUAL         ACTUAL       ACTUAL          BUDGET


2001 Refunding of 1993 Flood Control V        Property Tax                              1,322,325        1,187,962            0             0               0
2003B Refunding of 1997B Senior Center        Property Tax                                375,606          377,356      378,806       378,850         387,794
2004 Public Buildings                         Property Tax                              1,039,975        1,036,975    1,033,725       797,350         108,000
2006 Public Buildings                         Property Tax                              1,684,000        1,648,000    1,712,000     1,672,000       2,032,000
2006A Refunding of 1997C & 1998A              Property Tax                              3,154,600        3,115,800    2,994,400     2,883,600       1,728,000
2009A Refunding of 2001                       Property Tax                                      0                0      851,714     1,350,900       1,292,400
2009B Street Resurfacing                      Property Tax                                      0                0      374,500       418,325         440,725
2011 Partial Refunding of 2004 Public Bldg    Property Tax                                      0                0            0       231,771         424,500
2012A Partial Refunding of 2004 Public Bldg   Property Tax                                      0                0            0             0         271,167
 SUBTOTAL - PROPERTY TAX                                                                7,576,506        7,366,093    7,345,145     7,732,796       6,684,585

2003A Refunding of 1997A TIF III              TIF Property Tax Increments                257,162           256,612     260,913       259,163         261,731
2005 TIF V                                    TIF Property Tax Increments                201,918           262,793     276,523       294,593         351,838
 SUBTOTAL - TIF FUNDING                                                                  459,080           519,405     537,435       553,755         613,569

2002A NWCDS Building                          Northwest Central Dispatch Rent            285,883           291,008     230,751             0               0
2010 Refunding of 2002A NWCDS Building        Northwest Central Dispatch Rent                  0                 0      33,448       269,863         271,863
 SUBTOTAL - OPERATING REVENUE                                                            285,883           291,008     264,199       269,863         271,863

 TOTAL                                                                                  8,321,469        8,176,506    8,146,779     8,556,414       7,570,017




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GENERAL FUND
                                                     ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                             General
                              Fund




       Highways              General                  Health
       & Streets            Government               & Welfare




                   Public               Community
                   Safety              Development




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                                         101

► Fund at a Glance
    This is the major operating fund of the Village. It accounts for police, fire, public works and other
    administrative and support operations.

    Restrictions:

    Except where either State or Federal law requires funds to be segregated into a separate fund, the
    General Fund becomes the major operating fund of the Village and includes everything that is not
    required to be accounted for in a separate fund in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting
    Principles.


► Fund Summary

                                2009-10       2010-11       2011-12        2011-12       2012-13          $            %
                                Actual         Actual        Est Act       Budget         Budget       Change       Change

Revenues
   Taxes                      $44,409,167    $51,306,194   $54,217,500   $52,596,500    $55,560,580   $2,964,080        5.6%
   Intergovernmental              364,146        382,698       307,300       206,564        168,000      (38,564)    (18.7%)
   Licenses & Permits           3,644,510      3,373,772     3,519,500     3,603,500      3,522,500      (81,000)     (2.2%)
   Fees                         3,621,190      3,755,725     3,688,800     3,663,600      3,697,600        34,000       0.9%
   Fines                          680,269        694,029       686,000       645,600        640,600       (5,000)     (0.8%)
   Service Charges              1,960,514      2,021,291     2,034,500     2,037,700      2,070,700        33,000       1.6%
   Interest Income                205,407        120,768       128,000       150,000        130,000      (20,000)    (13.3%)
   Sales/Reimbursable/Rents       448,573        406,325       422,800       418,200        420,200         2,000       0.5%
   Other                          369,818        282,646       222,500       281,500        290,920         9,420       3.3%
Total Revenues                $55,703,594    $62,343,448   $65,226,900   $63,603,164    $66,501,100   $2,897,936        4.6%
Interfund Transfers In          3,599,697         60,186             0             0              0             0       N/A
Total Revenues and
Interfund Transfers In        $59,303,291    $62,403,634   $65,226,900   $63,603,164    $66,501,100   $2,897,936       4.6%

Expenditures
   Personal Services          $47,614,720    $48,269,157   $49,861,700   $50,306,075    $51,730,500   $1,424,425        2.8%
   Contractual Services         8,594,402      8,519,534     9,023,400     9,187,077      9,517,400       330,323       3.6%
   Commodities                  2,027,580      2,034,310     2,383,500     2,410,249      2,636,700       226,451       9.4%
   Other Charges                2,494,087        498,407       593,500     1,083,225      1,177,400        94,175       8.7%
   Capital Items                        0              0             0             0              0             0       N/A
   Debt Service                         0              0             0             0              0             0       N/A
Total Expenditures            $60,730,789    $59,321,408   $61,862,100   $62,986,626    $65,062,000   $2,075,374        3.3%
Interfund Transfers Out           291,000        290,700     2,869,900     3,069,900        631,900   (2,438,000)    (79.4%)
Total Expenditures and
Interfund Transfers Out       $61,021,789    $59,612,108   $64,732,000   $66,056,526    $65,693,900   ($362,626)      (0.5%)


REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES                  ($1,718,498)    $2,791,526     $494,900    ($2,453,362)     $807,200    $3,260,562    (132.9%)
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE          19,338,461    17,619,963    20,411,489     20,411,489    20,906,389      494,900        2.4%

ENDING FUND BALANCE           $17,619,963    $20,411,489   $20,906,389   $17,958,127    $21,713,589   $3,755,462      20.9%




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GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE SUMMARY                                                                                          101

                                                              Projected
Dept                               Actual         Actual        Actual       Budget          Budget           $             %
No. General Fund                  2009-10        2010-11       2011-12       2011-12         2012-13     Inc / (Dec)   Inc / (Dec)

0101   Board of Trustees            160,174         153,254      160,200        174,400        175,500        1,100         0.6%
0201   Village Manager              846,044         841,454      867,700        871,400        902,600       31,200         3.6%
0301   Human Resources              334,747         366,698      401,100        397,850        446,300       48,450        12.2%
0401   Legal                        696,442         675,434      700,800        718,700        729,600       10,900         1.5%
0501   Finance                    1,562,485       1,510,544    1,439,700      1,457,700      1,480,300       22,600         1.6%
1001   Boards & Commissions         170,542         150,424      149,700        161,698        167,000        5,302         3.3%
3001   Police/Police Grant       20,153,190      20,829,424   21,986,400     21,972,445     22,796,500      824,055         3.8%
3501   Fire                      16,898,971      17,715,715   18,550,500     18,765,527     19,150,500      384,973         2.1%
4001   Planning                   1,317,407       1,263,071    1,373,300      1,387,527      1,419,700       32,173         2.3%
4501   Building Services          2,227,207       2,082,181    1,964,300      1,968,000      2,073,200      105,200         5.3%
4502   Health Services            1,495,255       1,470,678    1,439,800      1,552,200      1,540,200      (12,000)       (0.8%)
4503   Senior Services              435,677         410,003      428,500        446,900        457,100       10,200         2.3%
4504   Youth Services               413,311               0            0              0              0            0        N/A
5001   Engineering                1,572,716       1,470,457    1,546,900      1,548,600      1,604,800       56,200         3.6%
7101   Public Works              10,184,392      10,102,274   10,578,200     10,817,504     11,271,100      453,596         4.2%
9901   Non-Operating              2,553,229         570,497    3,144,900      3,816,075      1,479,500   (2,336,575)      (61.2%)
       TOTAL EXPENDITURES        61,021,789      59,612,108   64,732,000     66,056,526     65,693,900     (362,626)       (0.5%)

       TOTAL REVENUES            59,303,291      62,403,634   65,226,900     63,603,164     66,501,100   2,897,936          4.6%

       SURPLUS (DEFICIT)         (1,718,498)      2,791,526        494,900   (2,453,362)       807,200   3,260,562       (132.9%)
       BEGINNING FUND BALANCE    19,338,461      17,619,963   20,411,489     20,411,489     20,906,389     494,900          2.4%
       ENDING FUND BALANCE       17,619,963      20,411,489   20,906,389     17,958,127     21,713,589   3,755,462         20.9%




                                                   HUMAN RESOURCES
                                   VILLAGE MANAGER       0.7%
                                                                LEGAL                         FINANCE
                                         1.4%                    1.1%                           2.3%

                                   NON-OPERATING
                                                                                           BOARD OF TRUSTEES/
                  PUBLIC WORKS          2.3%
                                                                                               BOARDS &
                      17.2%                                                                   COMMISSIONS
                                                                                                  0.5%
                   ENGINEERING
                       2.4%
                                                                                                   POLICE/POLICE
       HEALTH/SENIOR                                                                                  GRANT
         SERVICES                                                                                      34.6%
           3.0%


       BUILDING
       SERVICES           PLANNING &
         3.2%             COMMUNITY
                         DEVELOPMENT
                             2.2%             FIRE 29.1%




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GENERAL FUND (101)
                                                                                                                           REVENUES

                                                                             Projected
      Account                 Account               Actual        Actual       Actual      Budget        Budget          $            %
      Number                 Description           2009-10       2010-11      2011-12      2011-12       2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-0000-401.03-00   Real Estate Tax IMRF           1,638,846    1,724,505    1,354,800     1,354,800    1,412,000      57,200       4.2%
101-0000-401.04-00   Real Estate Tax FICA           1,203,597    1,223,990    1,161,600     1,161,600    1,120,000     (41,600)     (3.6%)
101-0000-401.05-00   Real Estate Tax                7,407,617    7,608,098    8,035,100     8,035,100    8,674,580     639,480       8.0%
101-0000-401.10-00   R/E Tax Police Pension         2,434,702    3,379,572    4,038,000     4,038,000    4,288,000     250,000       6.2%
101-0000-401.11-00   R/E Tax Fire Pension           3,213,475    3,912,789    4,459,000     4,459,000    4,588,000     129,000       2.9%
                       Real Estate Taxes          15,898,237    17,848,954   19,048,500   19,048,500    20,082,580   1,034,080       5.4%

101-0000-402.10-00   Hotel Tax                        893,169      814,905      920,000       900,000      940,000      40,000       4.4%
101-0000-402.15-00   Admissions Tax                    28,602       30,478       30,000        25,000       25,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-402.25-00   Food & Beverage Tax            1,681,355    1,674,096    1,676,000     1,665,000    1,692,000      27,000       1.6%
101-0000-402.30-00   Sales Tax Home Rule            3,590,143    4,930,632    5,060,000     4,833,000    5,112,000     279,000       5.8%
101-0000-402.35-00   Road & Bridge Tax                222,428      243,718      242,000       220,000      240,000      20,000       9.1%
101-0000-402.45-00   Telecommunications Tax         4,158,597    3,772,498    3,800,000     3,810,000    3,800,000     (10,000)     (0.3%)
101-0000-402-50-00   Electric Utility Tax             479,172    2,452,227    3,450,000     3,318,000    3,450,000     132,000       4.0%
101-0000-402-55-00   Natural Gas Utility Tax          438,147    1,599,092    2,190,000     1,672,000    2,190,000     518,000      31.0%
                       Business Taxes             11,491,613    15,517,646   17,368,000   16,443,000    17,449,000   1,006,000       6.1%

101-0000-403.05-00   Sales Tax                      9,570,850   10,369,872   10,430,000     9,736,000   10,534,000     798,000       8.2%
101-0000-403.06-00   Local Use Tax                    915,224    1,103,427    1,036,000       900,000    1,100,000     200,000      22.2%
101-0000-403.10-00   Auto Rental Tax                   11,000       11,573       12,000        12,000       12,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-403.15-00   State Income Tax               6,111,105    5,998,989    5,983,000     6,087,000    6,043,000     (44,000)     (0.7%)
101-0000-403.25-00   Replacement Tax                  411,138      455,733      340,000       370,000      340,000     (30,000)     (8.1%)
                       Intergovernmental Taxes    17,019,317    17,939,594   17,801,000   17,105,000    18,029,000     924,000       5.4%

                     Total Taxes                  44,409,167    51,306,194   54,217,500   52,596,500    55,560,580   2,964,080       5.6%

101-0000-411.30-00   Too Good for Drugs Contrib       9,648         1,250            0            0             0            0     N/A
101-0000-411.35-00   Training Reimbursement          12,436        22,814       19,400       19,452        10,000       (9,452) (48.6%)
101-0000-411.36-00   Task Force Reimbursement        26,401        33,627        3,500            0             0            0     N/A
101-0000-411.53-00   State Charitable Game Tax        6,864        10,502        5,000        5,000         5,000            0     0.0%
101-0000-411.54-00   EE&C Block Grant (EECBG)             0         3,403       71,400       71,400             0      (71,400) (100.0%)
101-0000-411.61-00   MRC Capacity Bldg Award              0             0        5,000        5,000             0       (5,000) (100.0%)
101-0000-411.64-00   Fire Grant                     108,675        46,575            0            0             0            0     N/A
101-0000-411.70-00   Other Grants                   177,122       241,527      180,000       82,712       130,000       47,288    57.2%
101-0000-411.80-00   Counselor in the Park           23,000        23,000       23,000       23,000        23,000            0     0.0%
                     Total Intergovernmental        364,146       382,698      307,300      206,564       168,000      (38,564) (18.7%)

101-0000-421.05-00   Vehicle License               1,297,903     1,269,572    1,300,000    1,300,000     1,300,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-421.10-00   Business License                678,944       657,521      675,000      710,000       625,000     (85,000)    (12.0%)
101-0000-421.15-00   Dog License                      66,966        66,426       68,000       68,000        68,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-421.20-00   Liquor License                  437,350       404,529      405,000      450,000       425,000     (25,000)     (5.6%)
101-0000-421.25-00   Public Chauffeur License          4,835         4,765        5,000        5,000         5,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-421.30-00   Multiple Dwelling License        74,908        68,139       70,000       74,000        74,000           0       0.0%
                       Licenses                    2,560,906     2,470,952    2,523,000    2,607,000     2,497,000    (110,000)     (4.2%)

101-0000-422.05-00   Building Permits               783,701       661,532      750,000      700,000       750,000       50,000       7.1%
101-0000-422.06-0    Early Start Permits                188             0            0            0             0            0         N/A
101-0000-422.07-00   Foundation Only Permits              0            38            0            0             0            0         N/A
101-0000-422.08-00   After the Fact Permits               0             0            0            0             0            0         N/A
101-0000-422.10-00   Electrical Permits              81,032        74,211       80,000       90,000        90,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-422.15-00   Plumbing Permits                71,900        62,931       65,000       75,000        75,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-422.20-00   Sign Permits                     7,840         8,400       11,000        8,000         8,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-422.25-00   Elevator Permits                55,076        43,695       45,000       55,000        45,000      (10,000)    (18.2%)
101-0000-422.30-00   Occupancy Permits               49,880        19,880       20,000       30,000        25,000       (5,000)    (16.7%)




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                                                                                                                   REVENUES

                                                                         Projected
      Account                 Account             Actual      Actual       Actual    Budget      Budget          $            %
      Number                 Description         2009-10     2010-11      2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-0000-422.35-00   Driveway Permits               10,077      2,100        2,000      8,000        5,000      (3,000)    (37.5%)
101-0000-422.45-00   Air Conditioning Permits        5,133     15,340        8,000      8,000        8,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-422.50-00   Swimming Pool Permits           1,543      2,397        1,500      1,500        1,500           0       0.0%
101-0000-422.60-00   Chimney Permits                   891      2,950        2,000      2,000        2,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-422.65-00   Wrecking Permits                5,855      4,875        6,000      7,000        6,000      (1,000)    (14.3%)
101-0000-422.70-00   Other Permits                  10,488      4,471        6,000     12,000       10,000      (2,000)    (16.7%)
                       Permits                   1,083,604    902,820      996,500    996,500    1,025,500      29,000       2.9%

                     Total Licenses & Permits    3,644,510   3,373,772   3,519,500   3,603,500   3,522,500     (81,000)     (2.2%)

101-0000-431.30-00   Lien Recording Fees              100          105         100         500         500           0       0.0%
101-0000-431.34-00   Cable Franchise Fees         935,008    1,024,153   1,050,000   1,050,000   1,071,000      21,000       2.0%
101-0000-431.38-00   Photocopy Fees                   916        2,060       1,000       1,000       1,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-431.38-01   FOIA Photocopy Fees              109           87         100         100         100           0       0.0%
101-0000-431.40-00   Other Fees                    20,525       31,055      30,000      25,000      25,000           0       0.0%
                       General Govern Fees        956,658    1,057,460   1,081,200   1,076,600   1,097,600      21,000       2.0%

101-0000-432.02-00   Plan Commission Hearing       24,155      16,700       15,000     15,000      15,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-432.04-00   Reinspection Fees                248       1,694        1,000      1,000       1,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-432.06-00   Rezoning Zoning Variation      4,860       8,540        5,000      5,000       5,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-432.08-00   Plan Examination Fees         56,406      64,884       60,000     50,000      50,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-432.09-00   Fire Plan Examination Fee     37,262      31,651       40,000     38,000      38,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-432.12-00   Engineering Service Fees     270,638     114,508      100,000    100,000     100,000            0       0.0%
                        Comm Develop Fees         393,569     237,977      221,000    209,000     209,000            0       0.0%

101-0000-433.14-00   Ambulance Service Fees      1,571,730   1,674,380   1,638,000   1,675,000   1,675,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-433.16-00   Special Police Detail Fee     191,593     229,861     220,000     190,000     190,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-433.18-00   Police Counselor Fees         266,432     301,978     290,000     270,000     278,000       8,000       3.0%
101-0000-433.19-00   Police Records Fees            11,183      11,121      10,000      10,000      10,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-433.20-00   Special Fire Detail Fees       26,462      28,111      25,000      25,000      25,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-433.22-00   False Alarm Fees               73,100      66,650      63,000      75,000      75,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-433.24-00   Chemical Users Fee             11,590      11,118      10,000       5,000      10,000       5,000     100.0%
101-0000-433.26-00   DUI Administrative Fee        107,000     107,000     110,000     110,000     110,000           0       0.0%
                       Public Safety Fees        2,259,090   2,430,219   2,366,000   2,360,000   2,373,000      13,000       0.6%

101-0000-434.28-00   Weed Cutting Fees             10,983      29,244       20,000     17,000      17,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-434.32-00   Animal Detention Fees            890         825          600      1,000       1,000            0       0.0%
                       Health & Welfare Fees       11,873      30,069       20,600     18,000      18,000            0       0.0%

                     Total Fees                  3,621,190   3,755,725   3,688,800   3,663,600   3,697,600      34,000       0.9%

101-0000-441.05-00   Traffic Court Fines          254,654     251,187      246,000    270,000     260,000      (10,000)     (3.7%)
101-0000-441.10-00   Dog Fines                          0           0            0        500         500            0       0.0%
101-0000-441.15-00   Parking Fines                228,759     240,536      267,000    275,000     275,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-441.15-01   Parking Fines Amnesty         75,974      89,169       60,000          0           0
101-0000-441.22-00   Compliance Ticket Fines       27,030      30,535       31,000     25,000      30,000        5,000      20.0%
101-0000-441.25-00   Ordinance Ticket Fines        63,152      65,928       63,000     60,000      60,000            0       0.0%
101-0000-441.30-00   Crime Prevention Fines             0           0            0        100         100            0       0.0%
101-0000-441.35-00   Other Fines                   30,700      16,674       19,000     15,000      15,000            0       0.0%
                     Total Fines                  680,269     694,029      686,000    645,600     640,600       (5,000)     (0.8%)

101-0000-451.05-00   Service Charge Escrow          12,834       5,126       6,000       6,000       6,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-451.10-00   Service Charge Guaranty        13,280       5,765       4,800       8,000       8,000           0       0.0%
101-0000-451.15-00   Service Charge Parking        313,500     329,200     329,200     329,200     345,700      16,500       5.0%
101-0000-451.30-00   Service Charge Water        1,205,900   1,266,200   1,329,500   1,329,500   1,396,000      66,500       5.0%




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                                                                                                                               REVENUES

                                                                              Projected
      Account                 Account                 Actual       Actual       Actual      Budget         Budget            $            %
      Number                 Description             2009-10      2010-11      2011-12      2011-12        2012-13       Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-0000-451.35-00   Service Charge TIF                115,000      115,000      115,000      115,000        115,000             0       0.0%
101-0000-451.45-00   Service Charge SWANCC             300,000      300,000      250,000      250,000        200,000       (50,000)    (20.0%)
                     Total Charges for Services      1,960,514    2,021,291    2,034,500    2,037,700      2,070,700        33,000       1.6%

101-0000-461.02-00   Interest on Investments          153,408       79,870      128,000      150,000        130,000        (20,000)    (13.3%)
101-0000-462.10-00   Market Value Adjustments          51,999       40,898            0            0              0              0        N/A
                     Total Interest Income            205,407      120,768      128,000      150,000        130,000        (20,000)    (13.3%)

101-0000-471.14-00   Property Damage Claims                 0          558            0          100            100              0       0.0%
101-0000-471.16-00   Damage to Lights Signs            50,251       30,947       40,000       40,000         40,000              0       0.0%
101-0000-471.18-00   Damage to Trees                    2,988        3,782        3,000        3,000          3,000              0       0.0%
                       Property Damage                 53,239       35,287       43,000       43,100         43,100              0       0.0%

101-0000-472.28-00   Sale of Scrap                        355        1,700        1,000        2,000          2,000              0       0.0%
101-0000-472.34-00   Sale of Signs                          0            0            0          100            100              0       0.0%
101-0000-472.36-00   Sale of Plans Bid Specs            2,650          825          800        1,000          1,000              0       0.0%
101-0000-472.38-00   Sale of Printed Matter                40           44          100          100            100              0       0.0%
101-0000-472.56-00   NWCDS Building Rent              291,008      264,229      269,900      269,900        271,900          2,000       0.7%
101-0000-472.82-00   Rents and Concessions             70,603       71,471       70,000       70,000         70,000              0       0.0%
101-0000-472.82-01   Train Station Rents               19,080       21,362       26,000       20,000         20,000              0       0.0%
                       Sales & Rents                  383,736      359,631      367,800      363,100        365,100          2,000       0.6%

101-0000-473.05-00   Traffic Signal Control Maint      11,598       11,407       12,000       12,000         12,000              0       0.0%
                       Reimbursables                   11,598       11,407       12,000       12,000         12,000              0       0.0%

                     Total Sales/Reimbursables        448,573      406,325      422,800      418,200        420,200          2,000       0.5%

101-0000-483.10-00   NWCH in Lieu of RE Tax           145,435      152,706      160,400      160,400        168,400          8,000       5.0%
101-0000-483.44-00   Youth Center                      10,622          883            0            0              0              0        N/A
101-0000-483.46-00   Senior Center                     11,005        1,778        2,000        2,000          2,000              0       0.0%
101-0000-483.59-00   Disabled Citizen Donation          1,042        1,206            0          100            100              0       0.0%
101-0000-483.67-00   CPR Donations                          0            0            0            0              0              0        N/A
                       Donations                      168,104      156,573      162,400      162,500        170,500          8,000       4.9%

101-0000-484.48-00   Wellness Programs                 44,119       34,683       15,000       40,000         40,000              0       0.0%
101-0000-484.49-00   Wellness Home Visits               1,265        5,750        5,000        4,000          5,000          1,000      25.0%
101-0000-484.61-00   A H Emergency Assistance          17,345       22,330       10,000       10,000         10,000              0       0.0%
                       Special Operations              62,729       62,763       30,000       54,000         55,000          1,000       1.9%

101-0000-489.85-00   Bad Debt Recovery                 49,325        7,965          100        5,000          5,420            420       8.4%
101-0000-489.90-00   Other Income                      89,660       55,345       30,000       60,000         60,000              0       0.0%
                       Other                          138,985       63,310       30,100       65,000         65,420            420       0.6%

                     Total Other                      369,818      282,646      222,500      281,500        290,920            420       3.3%

101-0000-491.05-00   Operating Transfer In           3,599,697      50,000            0               0              0           0        N/A
101-0000-491.06-00   Residual Equity Transfer In             0      10,186            0               0              0           0        N/A
                     Total Other Financing Uses      3,599,697      60,186            0               0              0           0        N/A

                     Total General Fund             59,303,291   62,403,634   65,226,900   63,603,164     66,501,100     2,888,936       4.6%




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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes


                                                      Interest Income
                                    Service Charges        < 1%
                     Fees/Fines
                        7%                3%                            Other
                                                                         1%              Property Tax
         Licenses/Permits
                                                                                             30%
               5%


       Other Taxes
          15%




                                                                                        Sales Tax
           Telecommunications
                                                                                          16%
                  Tax             Income Tax      Home Rule Sales Tax
                  6%                  9%                 8%



                            ANALYSIS OF GENERAL FUND REVENUES




Summary

The Village of Arlington Heights has worked to maintain a strong General Fund balance over the years.
This has helped the Village preserve a higher credit rating by having monies available to fund extraordinary
expenditures or losses. Since sales and income tax receipts represent such a significant portion of the
Village’s General Fund revenues and can vary significantly depending on the conditions of the economy,
maintaining an adequate fund balance level is even more important during these times. The Village’s
financial policies include a provision to maintain at least a 25% reserve in the General Fund. The fund
balance as of the end of FY2012 is projected to be 32% of General Fund expenditures. There are also a
couple of untapped revenue sources available to the Village that many surrounding communities have
already implemented.

In order to hold down property taxes while providing a vast array of services, the Village had previously
utilized its diverse sales tax base. Over the last three years though, the Village has dealt with declining
sales and income tax receipts and other reduced revenues as a result of the recession. The Village has
taken aggressive actions to maintain a structural balance, including significant expenditure cuts and
revenue enhancements.

There are a couple of other revenue sources which the Village has yet to enact and which could
conservatively produce an additional $3.84 million per year as shown below:




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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes                                                                                                              (Continued)


    ► The existing Home Rule Sales Tax of 1% could be increased ¼% to produce approximately
        $1,500,000 of additional revenue on an annual basis.

    ► A Real Estate Transfer Tax at the rate of $3.00 for each $1,000 of value could produce at least
        $1,040,000 of additional revenue on an annual basis (estimating a 20% drop in real estate values
        in 2009).

    ► The Food & Beverage Tax of 1.25% could be increased to 2% and would produce at least
        $1,300,000 of additional revenue on an annual basis.

Annually, fees for Village services are reviewed to insure charges are adequate to offset the cost of
providing these services to residents and the general public.

401.03 – 401.11 Real Estate Tax

Property tax receipts represent about 30% of the Village’s General Fund income and 16% of the Village’s
total income from all funds. The Village’s levy represents only 11.6% of a property owner’s total property
tax bill.

REAL ESTATE PROPERTY TAX RATE

                                1.00
                                                                                                                        0.866     0.866
                                                                                   0.866

                                                          0.750   0.740   0.800
                                                                                            0.763             0.755
                                0.80
        Tax Rate Per $100 EAV




                                          0.728
                                                  0.717                                              0.722



                                0.60



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As shown above, the Village’s estimated 2011 tax rate, received in FY2013, is .866 per $100 of equalized
assessed valuation (EAV). No tax levy increase was accomplished this year by reduced debt service
payments and their respective levy being redistributed to cover pension fund requirements and General
Fund operations. The tax rate may fluctuate due to assessed value changes by Cook County.




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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes                                                                                       (Continued)


EQUALIZED ASSESSED VALUE

           TAX LEVY YEAR:          2002    2003    2004    2005      2006      2007      2008    2009     2010    2011 (est.)

            4,000,000,000

            3,500,000,000

            3,000,000,000

            2,500,000,000
     EAV




            2,000,000,000

            1,500,000,000

            1,000,000,000

              500,000,000

                          0
                              04


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The levy, which corresponds to this FY2013 budget, was levied in December 2011. Property owners will
pay this tax in two installments in March and September 2012. A breakdown of the Village’s total tax levy is
as follows:
                                                     Extended
                                                    2010 Levy               2011 Levy              %
                                                    for FY2012              for FY2013           Change
                Village
                   Corporate                           8,115,451               8,674,580            6.89%
                   IMRF                                1,368,348               1,412,000            3.19%
                   FICA                                1,173,216               1,120,000           (4.54%)
                   Police Pension                      4,078,380               4,288,000            5.14%
                   Fire Pension                        4,503,590               4,588,000            1.87%
                   Capital Improvement                 2,525,000               2,625,000            3.96%
                   Debt Service                        7,659,739               6,716,144          (12.32%)
                      Total                           29,423,724              29,423,724            0.00%
                Library                               13,158,857              13,158,857           0.00%
                Total Tax Levy                        42,582,581              42,582,581           0.00%

The Village’s 2011 property tax levy that will be accounted for in FY2013 reflects a zero percent increase.
The Village’s annual tax levy is comprised of discretionary and non-discretionary components. The
pension levies including IMRF, Social Security, Police Pension and Fire Pension are mandated by the State
or required by federal law. The IMRF and Police and Fire Pension levies are calculated by outside
actuaries to determine annual required payments to cover current and unfunded pension obligations. The
debt service levy is another non-discretionary levy that reflects the annual principal and interest the Village
is obligated to pay on its outstanding bonds.



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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes                                                                         (Continued)


The only discretionary levies that the Village can realistically control on an annual basis are the Corporate
or General Fund levy and the Capital Improvement levy. The Corporate levy is one of the General Fund’s
key revenue sources and is used to help fund the Village’s police, fire, public works, and support services.
The Capital Improvement levy is a revenue source for the Village’s capital program, and over 50% of the
FY2013 Capital Projects Fund budget will be used for street and signal projects. After including the
amounts required to fund the pension and debt levies and limiting the capital improvement levy to a 3.96%
increase, the 0% overall 2011 levy increase resulted in a 6.89% increase in the Corporate or General Fund
levy.

402.10 Hotel Tax

This tax is administered by the Village of Arlington Heights through its Home Rule powers. From FY1997
through FY2009, 10% of all prior year hotel tax collections were invested in the Woodfield Chicago
Northwest Convention Bureau (WCNWCB) to facilitate future hotel bookings. Due to the Village’s financial
constraints this amount was reduced in FY2010 to 6%. The FY2013 Proposed Budget provides that 7% of
the prior year collections will be used toward the WCNWCB.

402.15 Admissions Tax

This tax was granted by the State of Illinois, which governs thoroughbred horse racing and is applicable to
Arlington Park Race Track only. This tax is a flat $.10 tax per paid admission. This tax was enacted in the
1970’s and is not subject to Village review or increase.

402.25 Food & Beverage Tax

Retail sale of prepared food and liquor, which includes all liquor sold at retail either for consumption on
premises or sold in its original packaging for consumption off premises, and all food including alcoholic and
non-alcoholic beverages which is prepared for immediate consumption and which may be consumed either
on and/or off the premises is subject to a 1.25% tax in addition to general sales taxes. This tax was created
by the Village’s Home Rule powers. As of September 2004, .25% of this tax rate is accounted for in the
Arts, Entertainment & Events Fund as a dedicated funding source.

402.35 Road & Bridge Tax

This tax is levied through the Township and by State Statute. Half of the levy is distributed to municipalities
within the township based on assessed values.

402.45 Telecommunications Tax

As of January 2003, all telecommunication providers were required to charge a 1% to 6%
telecommunications tax based on the individual municipalities local ordinances, and renamed the fee the
Simplified Municipal Telecommunications Tax. This fee is then remitted to the State, which distributes the
funds to the municipalities after subtracting an administrative charge. The Village Board chose to increase
this tax to 6% effective January 2003.




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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes                                                                              (Continued)


403.05 Sales Tax and 402.30 Home Rule Sales Tax
     Sales Tax                 Amount         % Inc (Dec)
FY2007 (Actual)               11,210,388          (0.55%)
FY2008 (Actual)               10,990,209          (1.96%)
FY2009 (Actual)               10,446,148          (4.95%)
FY2010 (Actual)                9,570,850          (8.38%)
FY2011 (Actual)               10,369,872           8.35%
FY2012 (Est. Actual)          10,430,000           0.58%
FY2013 (Budget)               10,534,000           1.00%
Home Rule Sales Tax
(General Fund Portion)         Amount         % Inc (Dec)
FY2007 (Actual)                4,025,605           0.13%
FY2008 (Actual)                3,845,013          (4.49%)
FY2009 (Actual)                3,513,318          (8.63%)
FY2010 (Actual)                3,590,143           2.19%
FY2011 Actual)                 4,930,632          37.34%
FY2012 (Est. Actual)           5,060,000           2.62%
FY2013 (Budget)                5,112,000           1.03%

Sales Tax and Home Rule Sales Tax revenues represent the second largest revenue source or about 24%
of the Village’s General Fund income. Items, except food and drugs, in Arlington Heights are subjected to a
9.25% sales tax. In April 2008 the RTA increased their share of the sales tax rate .25% to a total of 1.00%.
In July 2008 Cook County increased their share of the sales tax rate by 1% to a total of 1.75% and then
reduced that rate by .50% in July 2010 and by .25% in January 2012 for a total of 1.00%. In January 2010
the Village’s Home Rule Sales Tax was increased from .75% to 1%. Sales taxes are imposed upon all retail
sales and upon all persons engaged in the business of making sales of services within the Village’s
corporate limits. These taxes are collected by the State and divided among the taxing districts as follows:

State Tax                   5.25%
Village Tax*                                   *Note: The municipal tax is credited to the General Fund. 75% of the
     Municipal              1.00%              home rule tax is credited to the General Fund and 25% of the home
     Home Rule              1.00%              rule tax is credited to the Capital Projects Fund.
Cook County Tax             1.00%
RTA Tax                     1.00%
Total                       9.25%




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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes                                                                       (Continued)



Sales Tax by Source
Calendar Year 2010
                                        MANUFACTURES           GENERAL
                                             2%              MERCHANDISE
                 AGRICULTURAL & ALL
                                                                 6%
                      OTHERS
                        11%
                                                                                 FOOD
            DRUGS &                                                               17%
      MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL
              13%



                                                                                        DRINKING & EATING
                                                                                             PLACES
                                                                                               14%




     AUTOMOTIVE & FILLING                                                         APPAREL
          STATIONS                                                                  4%
            20%
                                       LUMBER, BUILDING &      FURNITURE, HOUSEHOLD
                                          HARDWARE                    & RADIO
                                               5%                        8%


Budget Assumptions – FY2012 sales tax receipts (excluding home rule sales tax) are coming in slightly
above the prior year’s receipts. The FY2013 budget projects a general increase in sales tax receipts of 1%.

403.06 Local Use Tax

The Village receives a share of the total collections of the State use tax that is extended to items purchased
outside of Illinois. The State distributes this tax on a per capita basis and projects no change for this
revenue source.

403.15 State Income Tax

                               Amount          % Inc (Dec)
FY2007 (Actual)                6,485,022           10.30%
FY2008 (Actual)                7,084,398            9.24%
FY2009 (Actual)                7,010,647           (1.04%)
FY2010 (Actual)                6,111,105          (12.83%)
FY2011 (Actual)                5,998,989           (1.83%)
FY2012 (Est. Actual)           5,983,000           (0.27%)
FY2013 (Budget)                6,043,000            1.00%




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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes                                                                         (Continued)


Income tax receipts represent approximately 9% of the Village’s General Fund income. Local governments
in Illinois receive a 1/10 share of all State income tax receipts. This amount is allocated on a per capita
basis to all municipalities. Before any distributions to municipalities, a reserve is set aside by the State of
Illinois for income tax refunds.

Budget Assumptions – To prepare the FY2013 budget for income tax receipts, three key elements were
assumed:

        Population – Income tax receipts are distributed based on the Village’s population. Arlington
        Heights’ most recent population used by the State is 75,101 (2010 Census).

        Municipality’s share of income tax receipts – Under current law, municipalities are entitled to 1/10
        of income tax receipts. It is assumed that this ratio will remain unchanged.

        Inflation – A 1% improvement over the FY2012 projected actual amount is assumed for FY2013.
        This assumes the current unemployment rate will begin to stabilize this fiscal year.

403.25 Replacement Tax
The Personal Property Replacement Tax (PPRT) is received directly from the State. It is derived from
corporate income and as such is directly related to the economy.

421.05 Vehicle License
The State of Illinois is somewhat unique in that it granted all municipalities the ability to license or tax
vehicles regardless of Home Rule authority. The Village license for a passenger car is $30. Various other
license categories exist depending on the type of vehicle and the status of its operator.

421.10 Business License
All businesses, with the exception of those professions licensed by the State (doctors, lawyers, real estate
agents) are required to be licensed. The license fee is based on a sliding scale according to the square
footage of the business site.

421.30 Multiple Dwelling License
This fee is for the Village’s multiple family dwelling license and inspection program. An annual license fee
consisting of $13 per unit or a minimum of $60 per building is assessed.

422.05 Building Permits, 422.10 Electrical & 422.15 Plumbing Permits
These permits are activity-based and as such, are subject to economic conditions. The Village has taken a
conservative approach to budgeting for these revenues. Historically, additions and renovations generate a
fairly flat but consistent revenue stream. The redevelopment of the Downtown area and single-family home
reconstruction has created occasional spikes in this revenue source.




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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes                                                                          (Continued)


422.25 Elevator Permits
In addition to the new construction of elevators, the Village or its contractor annually inspect all elevators in
the Village for safety and compliance purposes. The annual permit fee is $100 per elevator.

422.30 Occupancy Permits
At the conclusion of new construction, before individuals may use a new structure, a final inspection must
be completed by the Building Department. Approval by the Building Department to “occupy” a structure for
its intended use generates an occupancy permit at a cost of $60 for single-family homes and $120 for multi-
family, commercial and industrial structures.

431.34 Cable Franchise Fees
Arlington Heights is fortunate to have three cable TV providers for its residents to choose from. Currently,
Wide Open West, Comcast and AT&T are the service providers. A 5% fee on gross revenues of the
provider allows that provider to use Village right-of-way for installation of cable wire to provide service.

432.08 Plan Examination Fees
Before building permits can be issued for construction, plans or drawings must be reviewed by the Building
Department or its contractor. These fees are based on the complexity of the structure and have a minimum
fee of $30.

432.12 Engineering Service Fees
In addition to the Building Department overseeing construction activities, the Engineering Department
assists on matters concerning elevation, drainage, water detention and sewer transmission. These fees are
calculated at the permit issuance stage and collected in advance. Inspections are completed as needed
until construction is finished.

433.14 Ambulance Service Fees
Arlington Heights maintains four ambulance companies on a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week basis. Fees for
this service help offset the cost of providing the equipment and personnel necessary. A flat rate of $400 for
residents and $600 for non-residents per Basic Life Support (BLS) call is billed to the recipient. Advanced
medical service calls are billed at a slightly higher rate. Medicare assignments are accepted from service
recipients.

433.16 Special Police Detail Fee
Private institutions may request special police services at their expense. These instances are usually for
traffic or crowd control. The cost of providing the service is reimbursed to the Village.




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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes                                                                        (Continued)


433.18 Police Counselor Fees
In conjunction with School District 214, two and one half police officers are assigned to a high school or
alternative learning center within Village boundaries. The Northwest Suburban Special Education
Organization (NSSEO) also has one Police Officer assigned to Timber Ridge School. Both of these
organizations reimburse the Village based on the average salary of police officers in the surrounding areas.

433.22 False Alarm Fees
Malfunctioning commercial and residential alarm systems cause public safety personnel delayed response
times to emergencies. Fines from $25 to $500 are assessed against repeat offenders in an effort to have
alarms maintained in good working order.

433.26 DUI Administrative Fee
The added requirements to complete the administrative process on these types of violations will incur a
$500 fee per occurrence.

441.05 Traffic Court Fines
The fines are collected by the Circuit Court of Cook County and distributed to the municipality issuing the
citation. On a monthly basis, fines are distributed to municipalities after the County deducts a service
charge.

441.15 Parking Fines
Citations issued for illegal parking that are not contested in court are recorded in this account. Handicap
parking space violations are currently $250 per State Statute. Time violation and commuter pay box
violation fines are recorded in the Parking Fund. Typical parking fines begin at $25.

441.22 Compliance Ticket Fines
Citations issued for vehicular equipment failure are recorded in this account. No fine is assessed if the
equipment is repaired in a timely manner. Only after non-compliance does the fee take effect.

441.25 Ordinance Ticket Fines
Violations of Village ordinances, other than of a vehicle nature, are recorded here. Local ordinances
regulate activities ranging from trash pickup to animal nuisance complaints.

451.05 Service Charge – Escrow Deposits
Escrow funds are collected from developers to insure the successful completion of construction projects
and public improvements (streets, sidewalks, sewers). Interest on these deposits is recorded in this
account, as the Village is not required to pay interest to the owner while holding the deposit.




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GENERAL FUND REVENUE - Notes                                                                         (Continued)


451.10 Service Charge – Guaranty Deposits
Guaranty Deposits are similar to escrow deposits above except they are generally for single-family home
improvements. Again, interest on deposits is credited to the Village and the initial deposit is returned to the
homeowner after successful completion of the project.

451.15 – 451.45 Service Charge – Parking, Water, SWANCC
These service charges cover an allocation for administrative and operating expenditures paid out of the
General Fund. Staff completely dedicated to a specific operation are charged directly to that fund/operation.

461.02 Interest on Investments
The Village participates in a number of investment pools and owns a number of Certificates of Deposit to
safeguard funds for reserve and daily operations. All funds not needed for operations are invested on a
“prudent man” concept.

472.56 NWCDS Building Rent
In 2002 the Village of Arlington Heights issued bonds for the expansion of the Northwest Central Dispatch
Services Center. These bonds were refinanced at a lower interest rate in 2010. NWCDS provides police
and fire dispatch services including 911 service to Arlington Heights and a number of surrounding
communities. The bonds are being paid by NWCDS in the form of rent. Per an agreement, the Village of
Arlington Heights owns the NWCDS building.

472.82 Rents & Concessions
Village owned property not immediately needed for Village operations is leased to private parties at market
rates. Charges for apparatus affixed to public buildings are recorded here. Businesses operating in Village
owned facilities are assessed a rental fee.

483.10 NWCH in Lieu of RE Tax
Per an agreement with the non-profit Northwest Community Hospital, the hospital contributes an amount
based on what its property tax payment would have been to the Village of Arlington Heights had the
hospital been a “for profit” operation. By agreement the amount is increased 5% each year.

484.48 Wellness Programs
An endowment of $25,000 was received from the Moelhing Family for the perpetuation of health related
tests, screenings and equipment. Interest on the principal and minor service charges to recipients are
recorded in this account and used for ongoing programs.

489.85 Bad Debt Recovery
Any unpaid invoice or citation issued by the Village is referred to a collection agency after 90 days for
further collection efforts.




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                                ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                       Citizens of
                       Arlington
                        Heights




                           Village
                           Board




   Village     Boards &               Village          Village
  Manager    Commissions             Attorney        Prosecutor




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Eight Trustees and the Village President comprise the Village Board.
The President and Trustees are the elected representatives of the citizens of Arlington Heights. The
Trustees and Village President are elected at large for four years with staggered terms. The Village Board
meets formally on the first and third Monday of each month. The Board meets informally on the second
Monday of the month and on other occasions as needed.


2011-12 Highlights of Selected Goals:
    ► BALANCE THE BUDGET. In December of 2011the Village Board approved a 0% property tax
      increase over the previous year. The “no increase” positively reflects on the work that the Village
      Board and Staff have done in cutting costs the last several years while maintaining a high level of
      service to its residents.


    ► MAINTAIN BEST PRACTICES TO ASSURE QUALITY LEVEL OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES. The
      Village Board approved a resolution authorizing the Village to place a municipal aggregation
      referendum on the March 20, 2012 election ballot. The referendum is a requirement by State law
      which, if approved, would allow municipalities the ability to seek competitive pricing for the provision
      of electricity to residents and small businesses.

        In an effort to assist residents and to encourage greater participation in the Sewer Back-up Rebate
        Program the Village Board approved an increase to the maximum rebate from $5,000 to $7,500,
        retroactive to January 1, 2011 for the SBRP and also agreed to waive the permit fees for this
        program from July 25, 2011 to July 25, 2012.

    ► IMPROVE VILLAGE COMMUNICATIONS AND CITIZEN COMMUNICATION. To help educate the
      public to the Emerald Ash Borer challenge, a public information campaign was initiated which
      includes the Village’s plans for management of the EAB. Approximately 13,000 of the Village’s
      parkway trees are Ash trees and a map identifying Ash trees was created allowing residents to
      identify where Ash trees are located.


    ► CONTINUE TO EXPLORE AND ENCOURAGE AFFORDABLE PRIVATE HOUSING. The Village
      has been engaged with a group of northwest suburbs including Buffalo Grove, Palatine, Rolling
      Meadows and Mt. Prospect to address housing needs on a sub-regional basis. The key issues
      being discussed by the group are: 1) stabilization of rental housing, and 2) condominium
      foreclosures.


    ► PROMOTE GREEN-BASED POLICIES AND SERVICES. Single-family residents officially started
      using their new recycling carts in April as a result of the new contract approved by the Village Board.
       As anticipated there was an increase in the volume of recyclables collected. Groot Industries
      indicated that the Village may see an average monthly increase in volumes collected of up to 15%
      due to the new recycling carts.




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES                                                                       (Continued)



2012-13 Goals
  ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce spending.
  ► Focus on Village-wide business development.
  ► Develop effective transportation planning.
  ► Balance the budget.
  ► Maintain Best Practices to Assure Quality Level of Essential Services.
  ► Ensure policies that encourage employee participation and morale.
  ► Ensure low crime rate.
  ► Improve Village communications and citizen communication.
  ► Continue to explore and encourage affordable private housing.
  ► Promote health issues.
  ► Promote green-based policies and services.




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                                OPERATION SUMMARY

BOARD OF TRUSTEES                                                                                     0101

                                2009-10      2010-11    2011-12     2011-12    2012-13      $           %
                                 Actual       Actual    Est Act     Budget     Budget     Change      Change


Authorized Positions in F-T-E       0.00         0.00        0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00       N/A

Expenditures
 Personal Services               $26,106      $26,098     $27,000    $37,100    $37,500       $400     1.1%
 Contractual Services            132,653      125,644     131,500    135,600    136,100        500     0.4%
 Commodities                       1,415        1,512       1,700      1,700      1,900        200    11.8%
 Other Charges                    14,774       10,644      10,900     15,000     15,000          0     0.0%
 Capital Items                         0        2,761       1,800      1,835          0     (1,835) (100.0%)

   Total Expenditures           $174,948     $166,659    $172,900   $191,235   $190,500      ($735)    (0.4%)




                                          CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                2009-10      2010-11    2011-12     2011-12    2012-13      $           %
                                 Actual       Actual    Est Act     Budget     Budget     Change      Change

General Fund                    $160,174     $153,254    $160,200   $174,400   $175,500     $1,100     0.6%
Capital Projects                       0        2,761       1,800      1,835          0    ($1,835) (100.0%)
A & E Fund                        14,774       10,644      10,900     15,000     15,000          0     0.0%

   Total Expenditures           $174,948     $166,659    $172,900   $191,235   $190,500      ($735)    (0.4%)




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES (0101)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                         EXPENDITURES


                                                                         Projected
      Account                     Account        Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                     Description    2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-0101-501.10-02   Elected Officials            22,400        22,400     22,400      30,900     30,900          0        0.0%
                       Salaries                   22,400        22,400     22,400      30,900     30,900          0        0.0%

101-0101-501.19-01   Workers Compensation            100           100         100        100        100          0       0.0%
101-0101-501.19-10   IMRF                          1,893         1,884       2,800      3,800      4,200        400      10.5%
101-0101-501.19-11   Social Security               1,389         1,390       1,400      1,900      1,900          0       0.0%
101-0101-501.19-12   Medicare                        324           324         300        400        400          0       0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits             3,706         3,698       4,600      6,200      6,600        400       6.5%

101-0101-501.21-02   Equipment Maintenance            0           0             0          0        300         300        N/A
101-0101-501.21-65   Other Services              66,698      60,810        73,000     76,200     76,200           0        0.0%
101-0101-501.22-02   Dues                        35,418      35,420        37,000     37,000     37,900         900        2.4%
101-0101-501.22-03   Training                     8,650       7,891         8,000      8,700      8,700           0        0.0%
101-0101-501.22-05   Postage                      1,087         723           800      1,000        900        (100)     (10.0%)
101-0101-501.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge       20,800      20,800        12,700     12,700     12,100        (600)      (4.7%)
                        Contractual Services    132,653     125,644       131,500    135,600    136,100         500        0.4%

101-0101-501.30-01   Publications Periodicals        244           190         300        300        300          0       0.0%
101-0101-501.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip       1,171         1,322       1,400      1,400      1,600        200      14.3%
                       Commodities                 1,415         1,512       1,700      1,700      1,900        200      11.8%


                     Total Board of Trustees     160,174     153,254      160,200     174,400    175,500      1,100        0.6%




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
GENERAL FUND                                                                                          EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                             Budget               Budget
     Number                Account Title                     Description                 2011-12              2012-13

SALARIES:

101-0101-501.10-02 Elected Officials       President *                                  8,500                8,500
                                           8 Trustees @ $2,800 each                    22,400      30,900   22,400      30,900

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                          30,900               30,900

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-0101-501.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                           100                  100

101-0101-501.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                                     3,800                4,200

101-0101-501.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                          1,900                1,900

101-0101-501.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                                  400                  400

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                    6,200                6,600

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-0101-501.21.02 Equipment Maintenance   Transcription equipment maintenance                         0                  300

101-0101-501.21-65 Other Services          Plaques, certificates of recognition and
                                            appreciation, mementos for dignitaries      5,200                5,200
                                           Cable access channel programming            61,800               64,300
                                           Webcasting of Village Board meetings         3,000                3,000
                                           Contributions to post-prom events              600                  600
                                           Cell phone usage                             1,100                1,100
                                           Miscellaneous                                2,000                2,000
                                           Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover             2,500      76,200        0      76,200

101-0101-501.22-02 Dues                    Northwest Municipal Conference              24,100               24,800
                                           Chicago Metropolitan Agency for
                                               Planning (CMAP)                            900                  900
                                           Illinois Municipal League                    3,400                3,500
                                           U.S. Conference of Mayors                    5,300                5,500
                                           Metropolitan Mayors Caucus                   2,800                2,700
                                           Miscellaneous                                  500      37,000      500      37,900

101-0101-501.22-03 Training                Illinois Municipal League meeting and
                                             other related meetings                                 8,700                8,700

101-0101-501.22-05 Postage                 Postage                                                  1,000                 900

101-0101-501.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge   Information Technology/GIS service charge               12,700               12,100

                                           TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           135,600              136,100




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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
GENERAL FUND                                                                                 EXPENDITURE DETAIL



      Account                                                                    Budget             Budget
      Number                Account Title                        Description     2011-12            2012-13

COMMODITIES:

101-0101-501.30-01 Publications/Periodicals      Miscellaneous publications                 300                300

101-0101-501.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.      Miscellaneous office supplies             1,400              1,600

                                                 TOTAL COMMODITIES                         1,700              1,900

                                                 TOTAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES               174,400            175,500


* Salary budgeted but Mayor Mulder is not currently accepting compensation.




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VILLAGE MANAGER
                                     ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                         Village
                        Manager




                        Planning &
       Building &
                        Community    Engineering
     Health Services
                       Development




        Human
                         Finance        Legal
       Resources




                                       Public
         Police           Fire
                                       Works




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VILLAGE MANAGER

The Village Manager is the administrative head of the Village Government and is
responsible for the supervision and coordination of all departments.
The Manager is appointed by the Village Board for an indefinite term. The Manager's responsibilities
include:

    ►    Making recommendations to the Village Board
    ►    Implementing Village Board decisions
    ►    Facilitating the development and accomplishment of Strategic Plan Initiatives
    ►    Enforcement of laws and ordinances
    ►    Exercise of administrative control over all departments
    ►    Appointment and discharge of Village employees
    ►    Promoting a positive customer service and employee relations culture


2011-2012 Strategic Plan Highlights
    1. FOCUS ON VILLAGE-WIDE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
         Discover Arlington advertising was placed on billboards at seven Metra platforms along the Union
         Pacific Northwest Commuter Line, Northwest line and along the North Central commuter line. The
         ads marketing the Village use the consistent branding theme of Shopping, Dining & Entertainment
         as well as the Discover website.
         Downtown banner poles were installed using the Discover Arlington marketing and branding
         theme for the graphics. The banner poles incorporate solar lights and also match the existing
         Downtown site furnishings.
         Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant, occupying a 25,000 square foot space at the former
         Pappadeaux site, opened in late November and reports much success since its opening. Binny’s
         Beverage Depot occupying 21,000 square feet also opened in November.

    2.   DEVELOP EFFECTIVE TRANSPORTATION PLANNING
         Northwest Highway / Davis Street / Arthur Avenue Roadway and Railway Crossing: The ICC
         granted IDOT’s petition to exercise its power of eminent domain to acquire the needed parcels
         from the Union Pacific Railroad. The improvements at this location will allow for a safer crossing at
         the railroad tracks.
         The intersection design study has been reviewed by IDOT, ICC, and the Union Pacific on
         US14/Wilke Road intersection improvements. This project will make it safer for pedestrians and
         vehicles to enter/exit the train station.

    3. BALANCE THE BUDGET
         In August 2011 the Village refunded a portion of the Village’s 2004 bonds. This advance refunding
         will save the Village about $550,000 through the life of the bonds.
         As a result of the February 2011 Blizzard, the Village submitted an application to FEMA seeking
         reimbursement of labor, materials, and equipment costs for a forty-eight (48) hour period incurred
         from February 4 through February 6, 2011. The total snow removal cost was $131,000. FEMA
         reimbursed the Village up to 75% of the total cost, resulting in a reimbursement to the Village of
         Arlington Heights in the amount of $98,000.
         The Village participates in the Medicare Retiree Drug Subsidy Program and by being involved in
         this program was able to receive an annual rebate of $128,492.




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VILLAGE MANAGER                                                                              (Continued)



  4. MAINTAIN BEST PRACTICES TO ASSURE QUALITY LEVEL OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES
    The Fire Department monthly performance measures show a 10% increase in overall responses
    over the same time period last year while continuing to meet response time goals.
    The Village participated with the Northwest Municipal Conference in obtaining an agreement with
    ComEd in response to finding solutions to ensure reliable electric power and timely response to
    outages. As part of this process Village staff participated in a site evaluation with the Attorney
    General’s office and outside consultants to evaluate recurring problem areas in Arlington Heights.
    ComEd presented planned corrective actions to improve reliability to customers which include
    replacing approximately 17,900 feet of cable, equipment replacement, system performance
    improvements and enhanced tree trimming. These improvements have been published by
    ComEd and should be completed by May 2012 resulting in increased electrical reliability and
    shorter outages.

 5. ENSURE POLICIES THAT ENCOURAGE EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION AND MORALE
    The Fire Department worked with the Firefighters Union in supporting their MDA fundraising
    efforts and the Cancer Awareness activities at the Susan G. Komen Walk and Mane Event. Also
    supported was the Winter Coat Drive in conjunction with School District 25.
    The 26th Annual Law Enforcement Torch Run was held on Sunday, June 5, 2011. 35 Arlington
    Heights Police Officers and family members participated in the run. The purpose of the event is to
    heighten awareness and raise donations to benefit Special Olympics Illinois. It is the single
    largest year-round fundraising event benefitting Special Olympics Illinois athletes and their
    families.

 6. ENSURE LOW CRIME RATE
    The Police Department continues with its Crime Opportunity Notice Program where the vast
    majority of the notices that are given identify potential crimes of opportunity within motor vehicles
    where valuables were left in plain view. This is a valuable crime prevention tool. In 2011, 6,951
    notices were delivered.
    A new Solicitor Information flyer was created in order to educate residents and visitors on local
    ordinance provisions regarding solicitors and what residents can do to protect themselves. The
    handouts were sent out through CitizenObserver, displayed at the Village Hall, distributed at
    special events and referred to in the spring edition of The Almanac of Arlington Heights.
    The Arlington Heights Police Department, with the support of Crime Stoppers Inc., is contracting
    with Citizen Observer to instantly provide residents and businesses with crime alerts and
    prevention information through email and text messaging. The goal of the program is to get
    relevant and timely information out to those who want to partner with the Arlington Heights Police
    Department in keeping residents safe, preventing crimes and possibly solving crimes. In
    December there were 1,887 subscribers to Arlington Heights Citizen Observer Alerts and 584
    Citizen Observer Alerts were sent in 2011.

 7. IMPROVE VILLAGE COMMUNICATIONS AND CITIZEN COMMUNICATION
    The Village of Arlington Heights’ website continues to be a key source of information for the
    public. During 2011, the Village website consistently had over 20,000 visits each month. In
    addition, 336 news articles were posted on the Village’s website during the 2011 calendar year,
    which is about double what was posted in 2010.
    With the adoption of new Building Codes, handouts reflecting the new code requirements were
    created and provided to citizens and contractors in an effort to assist those applying for a building
    permit.




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VILLAGE MANAGER                                                                            (Continued)



     A new section on “Flooding” has been added to the website that provides details on how the
     Village responds to flooding situations and what homeowners’ can do to minimize flooding
     problems.

  8. CONTINUE TO EXPLORE AND ENCOURAGE AFFORDABLE PRIVATE HOUSING
     In November, the Northwest Suburban Housing Collaborative hired a Housing Coordinator who
     began working part-time from office space provided by the Village of Arlington Heights. This part-
     time position is being funded by a 1-year grant from the Chicago Community Trust. The “Homes
     for a Changing Region” study for the 5 suburban areas will be conducted in early 2012 through a
     technical assistance grant from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning.
     The Housing Commission received a report on the activities of the Arlington Heights Affordable
     Housing Trust Fund Task Force. The Task Force is seeking up to date information on housing
     needs in the community and will then discuss whether a trust fund is an appropriate tool for
     addressing needs.

  9. PROMOTE HEALTH ISSUES
     The Senior Center offered two six week programs - Take Charge of Your Health and Take Charge
     of Your Diabetes. Registration for both courses was at full capacity.
     Nursing Services provided two flu shot clinics at the Senior Center and served approximately 440
     residents.

  10. PROMOTE GREEN-BASED POLICIES AND SERVICES
     Public Works purchased an additional one-hundred ten (110) decorative LED street light fixtures
     to complete the retrofitting of the downtown lighting project, bringing the installation to two-
     hundred forty-five (245). These additional fixtures have been installed in the Village surface
     parking lots and around the Downtown Train Station. This upgrade of the decorative street lighting
     was funded by an EECBG grant.
     A document destruction event was held at the Senior Center on Saturday, September 10th. This
     event was sponsored by the Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County (SWANCC) and 485
     cars dropped off boxes of documents for shredding. There were 150 more cars for this shredding
     event than in previous years.


2012-13 Goals
  ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce spending.
  ► Focus on Village-wide business development.
  ► Develop effective transportation planning.
  ► Balance the budget.
  ► Maintain Best Practices to Assure Quality Level of Essential Services.
  ► Ensure policies that encourage employee participation and morale.
  ► Ensure low crime rate.
  ► Improve Village communications and citizen communication.
  ► Continue to explore and encourage affordable private housing.
  ► Promote health issues.
  ► Promote green-based policies and services.



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                                 OPERATION SUMMARY

VILLAGE MANAGER                                                                                                    0201

                                  2009-10      2010-11        2011-12          2011-12    2012-13      $               %
                                   Actual       Actual        Est Act          Budget     Budget     Change          Change


Authorized Positions in F-T-E         6.50           6.00             6.00         6.00       6.00          0.00         0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                $784,230     $776,542           $795,600     $794,900   $829,100     $34,200            4.3%
 Contractual Services               55,930       56,424             63,200       67,500     64,100      (3,400)          (5.0%)
 Commodities                         5,884        8,488              8,900        9,000      9,400         400            4.4%
 Other Charges                      25,851       29,841             29,900       20,000     20,000           0            0.0%
 Capital Items                           0            0                  0            0      3,600       3,600             N/A

   Total Expenditures             $871,895     $871,295           $897,600     $891,400   $926,200     $34,800           3.9%




                                            CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                  2009-10      2010-11        2011-12          2011-12    2012-13      $               %
                                   Actual       Actual        Est Act          Budget     Budget     Change          Change

General Fund                      $846,044     $841,454           $867,700     $871,400   $902,600     $31,200           3.6%
Capital Projects Fund                    0            0                  0            0      3,600       3,600            N/A
A & E Fund                          25,851       29,841             29,900       20,000     20,000           0           0.0%

   Total Expenditures             $871,895     $871,295           $897,600     $891,400   $926,200     $34,800           3.9%




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GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                           EXPENDITURES


                                                                           Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-0201-502.10-01   Salaries                     572,267     577,127       586,400    585,500    607,300      21,800         3.7%
101-0201-502.18-01   Temporary Help                 3,866           0         2,300      1,300      1,300           0         0.0%
101-0201-502.18-05   Overtime Civilian                155           0         1,000      2,500      2,600         100         4.0%
                       Salaries                   576,288     577,127       589,700    589,300    611,200      21,900         3.7%

101-0201-502.19-01   Workers Compensation            1,200       1,200        1,200       1,200      1,200          0        0.0%
101-0201-502.19-05   Medical Insurance              79,900      67,800       68,000      68,000     68,100        100        0.1%
101-0201-502.19-10   IMRF                           66,720      68,724       75,200      75,100     85,600     10,500       14.0%
101-0201-502.19-11   Social Security                30,955      32,060       32,100      32,000     33,300      1,300        4.1%
101-0201-502.19-12   Medicare                        8,194       8,737        8,900       8,800      9,200        400        4.5%
101-0201-502.19-20   Deferred Compensation          20,973      20,894       20,500      20,500     20,500          0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits             207,942     199,415      205,900     205,600    217,900     12,300        6.0%

101-0201-502.20-40   General Insurance               5,400         5,700      5,900       5,900      6,100         200       3.4%
101-0201-502.21-02   Equipment Maintenance              68           770        300         100      1,100       1,000    1000.0%
101-0201-502.21-65   Other Services                  1,570         3,715      4,000       4,200      4,200           0       0.0%
101-0201-502.22-02   Dues                            3,466         3,199      3,500       3,700      3,700           0       0.0%
101-0201-502.22-03   Training                        4,476         3,629      4,100       4,500      5,100         600      13.3%
101-0201-502.22-05   Postage                         1,636         1,138      3,000       4,800      4,800           0       0.0%
101-0201-502.22-10   Printing                        1,649         1,121      8,000       8,400      5,400      (3,000)    (35.7%)
101-0201-502.22-15   Photocopying                    4,665         4,552      4,600       6,100      2,700      (3,400)    (55.7%)
101-0201-502.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge          30,800        30,500     28,200      28,200     27,300        (900)     (3.2%)
101-0201-502.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Charge      2,200         2,100      1,600       1,600      3,700       2,100     131.3%
                        Contractual Services        55,930        56,424     63,200      67,500     64,100      (3,400)     (5.0%)

101-0201-502.30-01   Publications Periodicals          620           371         500      1,000        800       (200)      (20.0%)
101-0201-502.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip         4,575         7,396       7,300      7,300      7,500        200         2.7%
101-0201-502.30-50   Petroleum Products                689           721       1,100        700      1,100        400        57.1%
                       Commodities                   5,884         8,488       8,900      9,000      9,400        400         4.4%


                     Total Village Manager        846,044     841,454       867,700    871,400    902,600      31,200         3.6%




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VILLAGE MANAGER                                                     General Fund


                                 PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                 Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                     Title             Grade      2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1015    Village Manager                    E82               1.00      1.00

1022    Assistant to the Village Manager   C43               1.00      1.00

1025    Community Relations Coordinator    C43               1.00      1.00

1725    Executive Assistant                B23               1.00      1.00

1735    Administrative Assistant II        B21               1.00      1.00

1762    Receptionist                       A12               1.00      1.00
        Total F-T-E                                          6.00      6.00     0.00




                                    Village Manager
                              Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                       Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                  Fund                                2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund                                         6.00      6.00
        Total F-T-E All Funds                                6.00      6.00     0.00




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VILLAGE MANAGER
GENERAL FUND                                                                                           EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                              Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                  2011-12             2012-13

SALARIES:

101-0201-502.10-01 Salaries                Salaries                                              585,500             607,300

101-0201-502.18-01 Temporary Help          Temporary Help                                            1,300               1,300

101-0201-502.18-05 Overtime Civilian       Overtime Civilian                                         2,500               2,600

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                        589,300             611,200

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-0201-502.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                           1,200               1,200

101-0201-502.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance                                        68,000              68,100

101-0201-502.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                                     75,100              85,600

101-0201-502.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                          32,000              33,300

101-0201-502.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                                  8,800               9,200

101-0201-502.19-20 Deferred Compensation   Deferred Compensation                                    20,500              20,500

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                 205,600             217,900

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-0201-502.20-40 General Insurance       Liability and property insurance                          5,900               6,100

101-0201-502.21-02 Equipment Maintenance   Maintenance of printers & computers            100                 200
                                           Navigo Remote Support Maintenance Plan           0         100     900        1,100

101-0201-502.21-65 Other Services          Temporary help services, miscellaneous
                                            services                                       700                 700
                                           Performance measure study fee                   500                 500
                                           Cell phone usage                              1,000               1,000
                                           Enhancements to Village website               2,000       4,200   2,000       4,200

101-0201-502.22-02 Dues                    Dues                                                      3,700               3,700

101-0201-502.22-03 Training                ICMA Annual Conference                        2,800               2,800
                                           Illinois Municipal League, Northwest
                                               Municipal Conference, IAMMA, ILCMA
                                                webinars & miscellaneous meetings        1,700       4,500   2,300       5,100

101-0201-502.22-05 Postage                 General postage including residential
                                            mailers and special notices                              4,800               4,800

101-0201-502.22-10 Printing                Liquor license materials                       500                 500
                                           Miscellaneous printing including brochures,
                                             flyers, special notices, post cards,
                                                booklets, ads, and photos                7,900       8,400   4,900       5,400

101-0201-502.22-15 Photocopying            Photocopies & supplies                        3,000               1,000
                                           Maintenance agreement Xerox 5150 (8 mos.)         0                 700
                                           Lease of Xerox WC5645P copier (4 mos.)        3,100       6,100   1,000       2,700




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                           EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                              Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                         Description               2011-12             2012-13

101-0201-502.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge      Information Technology/GIS service charge             28,200              27,300

101-0201-502.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg   Vehicle lease charge                                   1,600               3,700

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            67,500              64,100

COMMODITIES:

101-0201-502.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                             1,000                800

101-0201-502.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   Printer cartridges/toner, stationery,
                                                pens, etc.                                           7,300               7,500

101-0201-502.30-50 Petroleum Products         Fuel for vehicle assigned to Manager                    700                1,100

                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                      9,000               9,400

                                              TOTAL VILLAGE MANAGER                             871,400             902,600




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HUMAN RESOURCES
                                             ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                         Director of
                      Human Resources




                      Risk Management           Labor &
    Benefits
                    Workers’ Compensation      Employee
  Administration
                    Safety/Loss Prevention     Relations




  Classification/     Staff Development
                                              Recruitment
  Compensation       & Employee Training




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HUMAN RESOURCES

The Human Resources Department administers the Village human resources
program.
This includes recruitment, testing, selection, staff development and training, maintenance of the
classification and pay plans, management of employee benefit programs and workers' compensation
program. Employee benefit programs include health insurance, life insurance, wellness programs,
pension programs, unemployment compensation, deferred income programs, vacation, sick leave,
longevity and holiday pay programs. The Department is responsible for all collective bargaining activities
with employee unions and associations, and administration of the Village personnel policy and
procedures.

This department also serves as the liaison to the Village Fire and Police Commission. Duties entail
assisting the Commission in the recruitment, testing, interviewing and establishment of eligibility lists for all
non-exempt sworn fire and police classifications of work.

Additional responsibilities include administrative and management studies assigned to the Department by
the Village Manager.


2011-2012 Status of Goals and Objectives

   ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce
      spending.

           o    Expanded the use of email for employee and retiree notifications.
           o    Promoted the use of web based Blue Cross/Blue Shield employee access.

   ► Research and implement strategies to help control health risks and costs.

           o    Offer a High Deductible Health Plan to eligible employees and retirees.
           o    Met with the Employee Health Awareness Team to discuss how they can help educate
                employees on:
                     Becoming better consumers of their health benefits
                     The benefits of participating in wellness programs
                     The benefits and costs savings of the High Deductible Health Plan
                     How to help the Village save money on prescription drugs
           o    Numerous wellness classes have been offered to employees both over lunch and after
                work.

   ► Apply for the Retiree Drug Subsidy and provide Medicare required information.

           o    On a regular basis provided Medicare the required information to ensure the Village
                qualifies for the subsidy.
           o    Received annual subsidy in summer of 2011.

   ► Enhance loss prevention efforts to become more proactive with safety and loss prevention
      programs throughout the Village in order to reduce the cost of workers' compensation.

            o   The Village has a medical case management program that helps ensure employees return
                to work as soon as medically possible.
            o   The Village's Safety Committee and the Accident Prevention Board meet on a monthly
                basis to review workers' compensation and motor vehicle accidents. These committees
                discuss accidents to determine corrective measures that may be implemented in an effort




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             to help avoid accidents of the same or similar nature.
        o    Training classes are designed and offered if a need is determined.

 ► Assist the Fire and Police Commission with recruitment, selection, and promotional
    activities. Recruitment for Certified Police Officers is on going.

         o    The following tests were conducted in 2011:
                  Police Commander – Promotional
                  Police Captain – Promotional
                  Fire Commander – Promotional
         o    Prepared and scheduled the following tests for 2012:
                  Entry level Police Officer
                  Entry level Firefighter
                  Police Sergeant – Promotional
                  Fire Lieutenant - Promotional

 ► Develop recruitment and selection strategies that attract highly qualified candidates while
    ensuring equal employment opportunities in accordance with the Village’s Equal
    Opportunity Policy.

         o    Employment tests are used as a method of screening applicants
         o    A new program for seasonal applicants has been designed and implemented

 ► Review personnel policies and practices in order to ensure they are in compliance with state
    and federal laws.

        o    Personnel policies are continually reviewed and updated as required by law.
        o    Supervisory training is offered to keep staff educated on the laws.

 ► Recognize and publish employee accomplishments. The Human Resources Department
    publicizes employee accomplishments in the following manners:

        o    Monthly Report
        o    Happenings – Quarterly employee newsletter
        o    Employee Recognition luncheon
        o    Employee Appreciation week
        o    Employee Orientation including Village tour

 ► Maintain and make necessary modifications to the Village's Classification Plan to ensure all
    employees are appropriately classified. This is an ongoing process.

        o    Job audits are conducted and job descriptions updated to reflect changes.

 ► Workforce Development

        o    Identify, assess and offer training programs to employees and supervisors for current as
             well as future positions within the Village.
                   Employees are notified of classes both by email as well as in the Village’s
                        newsletter Happenings.
                   Web based as well as group training is offered.
                   Resource library available in HR Conference room.




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2012-2013 Goals and Objectives

  ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce spending.

  ► Research and implement strategies to help control health risks and costs.

  ► Apply for the Retiree Drug Subsidy and provide Medicare required information.

  ► Enhance loss prevention efforts to become more proactive with safety and loss prevention
    programs throughout the Village in order to reduce the cost of workers’ compensation.

  ► Assist the Fire and Police Commission with recruitment, selection and promotional activities.

  ► Develop recruitment and selection strategies that attract highly qualified candidates while ensuring
    equal employment opportunities in accordance with the Village’s Equal Opportunity Policy.

  ► Review personnel policies and practices in order to ensure they are in compliance with Federal and
    State laws.

  ► Recognize and publicize employee accomplishments.

  ► Maintain and make necessary modifications to the Village's Classification Plan to ensure all
    employees are appropriately classified.

  ► Workforce Development.



Performance Measures                                                              Calendar Year
                                                                        2009          2010          2011
► Performance Measure

Research and implement strategies to help control health risks and
costs

a) Medicare Retiree Drug Subsidy received                              $99,297     $128,492       $100,000
                                                                                                  (estimated)
  ► Performance Activity

    a) Provide required information to Medicare to ensure the         7 Hours a     7 Hours a     7 Hours a
       Village qualifies for the Retiree Drug Subsidy                   Week          Week          Week
    b) Number of wellness programs offered.                              40            51            35
    c) Number of dollars pledged in Section 125                       $286,497      $230,221      $237,250
    d) Number of Section 125 claims processed                           480           457           374
    e) Number of employees contributing to ICMA                         359           319           296
    f) Number of employees participating in the RTA Transit
       Check Commuter Benefit Program                                     8            4              4
    g) Number of benefit changes processed for:
           Village Employees                                            56            53             51
           Library Employees                                             9            17             24
           Retirees                                                     20            24             78




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Performance Measures (cont.)                                                            Calendar Year
                                                                           2009            2010       2011
  ► Performance Measure

Enhance our loss prevention efforts to become more proactive with
safety and loss prevention programs throughout the Village in order to
reduce the cost of workers' compensation.

   a) Number of claims forwarded to the Third Party Administrator
                                                                         18 out of 42    27 out of 41   18 out of 31
      (TPA) within 48 hours of the accident
   b) Number of work days lost to Worker's Compensation injury              934             760            1,032
   c) Number of pro se settlements                                       3 out of 5      4 out of 5      4 out of 9
   d) Number of safety measures implemented                                  4               3               5

  ► Performance Activity

   a)   Number of accidents reviewed                                         72              80              103
   b) Number of safety training programs offered to employees
      sponsored through Human Resources                                       0               3               3

  ► Performance Measure

Maintain and make necessary modifications to the Village's
Classification Plan to ensure all employees are appropriately
classified.

   a) Number of Job Audits conducted                                         3               2                8
   b) Number of Surveys conducted                                           190             249              210

  ► Performance Measure

Review personnel policies and practices in order to ensure they are in
compliance with applicable laws.

   a) Number of personnel policies revised/created                            7               1               4

  ► Performance Activity

Assist the Fire and Police Commission with recruitment, selection
and promotional activities.

   a) Number of Fire and Police Commission meetings held                     18              30              19
   b) Number of interviews conducted                                         34              73              39
   c) Number of Eligibility lists created                                    3               4               3

  ► Performance Activity

Professional Development of Workforce
Identify, assess and offer training programs to employees.

   a) Number of classes offered                                               7               4               1




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HUMAN RESOURCES                                                                                                      0301

                                  2009-10      2010-11        2011-12          2011-12     2012-13       $              %
                                   Actual       Actual        Est Act          Budget      Budget      Change         Change

Authorized Positions in F-T-E
 General Fund                           2.50         2.00          2.00             2.00        2.00          0.00         0.0%
 Health Insurance Fund                  1.00         1.00          1.00             1.00        1.00          0.00         0.0%
 Worker's Comp Fund                     1.00         1.00          1.00             1.00        1.00          0.00         0.0%
   Total F-T-E                          4.50         4.00          4.00             4.00        4.00          0.00         0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                  $465,171    $592,623       $578,100         $648,700    $674,900     $26,200            4.0%
 Contractual Services              4,181,335   3,871,021      4,291,800        4,734,050   4,490,500    (243,550)          (5.1%)
 Commodities                           4,224       3,404          5,000            5,300       5,300           0            0.0%
 Other Charges                     6,359,501   6,088,361      6,597,500        8,256,600   8,236,400     (20,200)          (0.2%)
 Capital Items                             0           0              0                0       3,600       3,600             N/A

   Total Expenditures            $11,010,231 $10,555,409 $11,472,400 $13,644,650 $13,410,700           ($233,950)          (1.7%)




                                            CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                  2009-10      2010-11        2011-12          2011-12     2012-13       $              %
                                   Actual       Actual        Est Act          Budget      Budget      Change         Change

General Fund                        $334,747    $366,698       $401,100         $397,850    $446,300     $48,450        12.2%
Capital Projects Fund                      0           0              0                0       3,600       3,600          N/A
Health Insurance Fund              7,249,872   6,708,881      7,731,400        8,671,400   8,880,500     209,100         2.4%
Retiree Health Ins Fund            2,175,390   1,886,315      2,038,500        2,826,100   2,416,100    (410,000)      (14.5%)
Worker's Comp Fund                 1,250,222   1,593,515      1,301,400        1,749,300   1,664,200     (85,100)       (4.9%)

   Total Expenditures            $11,010,231 $10,555,409 $11,472,400 $13,644,650 $13,410,700           ($233,950)          (1.7%)




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                                                                                Projected
      Account                    Account                Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description            2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-0301-503.10-01   Salaries                          130,741     154,468       164,700    157,300    173,500      16,200       10.3%
101-0301-503.18-01   Temporary Help                     18,116      11,271         6,000      8,500      6,000      (2,500)     (29.4%)
101-0301-503.18-05   Overtime Civilian                       0           0           500        700        700           0        0.0%
                       Salaries                        148,857     165,739       171,200    166,500    180,200      13,700        8.2%

101-0301-503.19-01   Workers Compensation                   400         400          400         400        400          0       0.0%
101-0301-503.19-05   Medical Insurance                   82,300      18,200       18,400      18,400     18,300       (100)     (0.5%)
101-0301-503.19-06   Medical Insurance-OnDuty Injury          0      87,200       87,800      87,800    144,800     57,000      64.9%
101-0301-503.19-10   IMRF                                17,631      17,313       20,400      19,500     23,600      4,100      21.0%
101-0301-503.19-11   Social Security                      9,343      10,051       10,600      10,100     10,800        700       6.9%
101-0301-503.19-12   Medicare                             2,317       2,351        2,500       2,400      2,600        200       8.3%
                       Fringe Benefits                  111,991     135,515      140,100     138,600    200,500     61,900      44.7%

101-0301-503.20-05   Professional Services                2,000           597       1,500      3,400      2,200     (1,200)     (35.3%)
101-0301-503.20-39   Data Processing                      7,203         7,204       7,500      8,000          0     (8,000)    (100.0%)
101-0301-503.20-40   General Insurance                    4,600         4,800       4,900      4,900      5,000        100        2.0%
101-0301-503.20-75   Examinations                             0             0      18,800     18,550        200    (18,350)     (98.9%)
101-0301-503.21-02   Equipment Maintenance                   34            34           0        100        100          0        0.0%
101-0301-503.21-65   Other Services                         854         1,087       1,300      1,300      1,300          0        0.0%
101-0301-503.22-01   Advertising                          1,012           273         700      1,000        900       (100)     (10.0%)
101-0301-503.22-02   Dues                                 1,009         1,057       1,000      1,000      1,000          0        0.0%
101-0301-503.22-03   Training                             2,006         2,815       4,200      4,200      4,200          0        0.0%
101-0301-503.22-05   Postage                                390           419         500        500        500          0        0.0%
101-0301-503.22-10   Printing                               419            10         100        300        300          0        0.0%
101-0301-503.22-15   Photocopying                         4,401         3,629       4,000      4,000      3,400       (600)     (15.0%)
101-0301-503.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge               31,300        27,700      25,500     25,500     24,200     (1,300)      (5.1%)
                        Contractual Services             55,228        49,625      70,000     72,750     43,300    (29,450)     (40.5%)

101-0301-503.30-01   Publications Periodicals               369           135         500        500        500          0        0.0%
101-0301-503.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip              1,838         1,748       1,800      2,000      2,000          0        0.0%
                       Commodities                        2,207         1,883       2,300      2,500      2,500          0        0.0%

101-0301-503.40-70   Employee Recognition Program        16,464        13,936     17,500      17,500     19,800      2,300      13.1%
                      Other Charges                      16,464        13,936     17,500      17,500     19,800      2,300      13.1%


                     Total Human Resources             334,747     366,698       401,100    397,850    446,300      48,450      12.2%




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                                 PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                     Title           Grade       2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1030    Director of Human Resources       C52            1.00       1.00

1740    Administrative Assistant I        A13            1.00       1.00
        Total F-T-E                                      2.00       2.00       0.00




                             Human Resources Department
                             Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                      Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                  Fund                               2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund                                     2.00       2.00

 605    Health Insurance Fund                            1.00       1.00

 615    Workers' Compensation Fund                       1.00       1.00
        Total F-T-E All Funds                            4.00       4.00       0.00




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                         EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                            Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                       Description               2011-12              2012-13

SALARIES:

101-0301-503.10-01 Salaries                 Salaries                                           157,300              173,500

101-0301-503.18-01 Temporary Help           Temporary Help                                         8,500                6,000

101-0301-503.18-05 Overtime Civilian        Overtime Civilian                                       700                  700

                                            TOTAL SALARIES                                     166,500              180,200

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-0301-503.19-01 Workers' Compensation    Workers' Compensation Insurance                         400                  400

101-0301-503.19-05 Medical Insurance        Medical Insurance                                     18,400               18,300

101-0301-503.19-06 Med Ins On Duty Injury   Medical insurance premium for Police
                                             and Fire on duty Injury per PSEBA
                                               Police (4)                             46,400               76,200
                                               Fire (5)                               41,400      87,800   68,600   144,800

101-0301-503.19-10 IMRF                     IMRF                                                  19,500               23,600

101-0301-503.19-11 Social Security          Social Security                                       10,100               10,800

101-0301-503.19-12 Medicare                 Medicare                                               2,400                2,600

                                            TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                              138,600              200,500

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-0301-503.20-05 Professional Services    Training programs                                      3,400                2,200

101-0301-503.20-39 Data Processing          Programming and support services                       8,000                   0
                                              for HR software program

101-0301-503.20-40 General Insurance        Liability and property insurance                       4,900                5,000

101-0301-503.20-75 Examinations             Promotional exams                            100                 100
                                            Candidate testing                            100                 100
                                            Budget Amendments - Assessment Center     18,350      18,550       0         200

101-0301-503.21-02 Equipment Maintenance    Maintenance of typewriters, calculators
                                              and computers                                         100                  100

101-0301-503.21-65 Other Services           Cell phone/computer phone card charges                 1,300                1,300

101-0301-503.22-01 Advertising              Advertising                                            1,000                 900

101-0301-503.22-02 Dues                     Dues                                                   1,000                1,000

101-0301-503.22-03 Training                 Seminars & tuition reimbursement                       4,200                4,200

101-0301-503.22-05 Postage                  Postage                                                 500                  500

101-0301-503.22-10 Printing                 Printing of forms and manuals                           300                  300




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     Account                                                                               Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                       Description                  2011-12             2012-13

101-0301-503.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopies, supplies & maintenance         2,000               1,500
                                              Maintenance agreement Xerox 5150 (2 mos.)       0                 200
                                              Lease of Xerox WC4150 copier (10 mos.)      2,000       4,000   1,700       3,400

101-0301-503.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge      Information Technology service charge                  25,500              24,200

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             72,750              43,300

COMMODITIES:

101-0301-503.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                               500                 500

101-0301-503.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   General office supplies                                 2,000               2,000

                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                       2,500               2,500

OTHER CHARGES:

101-0301-503.40-70 Employee Recognition Prg Service awards & forum for
                                             recognition of employees                                17,500              19,800

                                              TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                    17,500              19,800

                                              TOTAL HUMAN RESOURCES                               397,850             446,300




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LEGAL
                                          ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                      Assistant Village
                         Attorney
                     (General Counsel)




           Civil          Internal
                                          Prosecution
        Litigation        Services




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LEGAL

The Legal Department provides legal advice to elected and appointed officers and
employees of the Village with respect to formulation, implementation and
enforcement of the policy decisions of the Board of Trustees and represents the
Village in court or at administrative proceedings.
These services are provided by the Village Attorney and Village Prosecutor, who are appointed by the
President and Board of Trustees, and attorneys and support personnel, who are appointed by the Village
Manager.

The Legal Department is responsible for:

   ► Research and preparation of ordinances as requested by the Board of Trustees, the Village
     Manager, Village departments or on the initiative of the Legal Department.

   ► Interpretation and application of ordinances, statutes and judicial decisions to particular situations.

   ► Drafting and reviewing documents related to transactions to which the Village is a party.

   ► Action dealing with the Village’s interest in real and personal property, including vacation of rights-
     of-way.

   ► Representation of the Village in intergovernmental groups and matters of negotiations, including
     collective bargaining, between the Village and other parties, as may be assigned by the Village
     Manager.

   ► Ensuring that the Village consistently complies with existing and newly passed federal and state
     laws.


The Village is represented in court or before administrative agencies with quasi-judicial functions by the
Village Attorney, Village Prosecutor, attorneys in the department or special counsel as may be required.
Prosecution of traffic, misdemeanor and general municipal ordinance violations, civil suits to enjoin
violation of ordinances, collection of debts owed the Village, court supervision of the special assessment
process, defense of suits against the Village are common types of litigation handled or overseen by the
Department.


2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives
    ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce
      spending. On-going.
    ► Continue to work with other departments in preparation and review of Village ordinances,
      agreements and other legal documents. On-going.
    ► Continue to update Municipal Code, Board of Trustees Policy Manual and Freedom of
      Information procedures. On-going.
    ► Continue to monitor legislation and educate Village staff as relevant legislation is passed.
      On-going.
    ► Continue to participate in multi-departmental groups to assist in the implementation of
      projects and events. On-going.
    ► Continue to monitor Freedom of Information Act requests and the FOIA process. On-going.




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2012-13 Goals and Objectives
  ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce spending.
  ► Continue to work with other departments in preparation and review of Village ordinances,
    agreements and other legal documents.
  ► Continue to update Municipal Code and Board of Trustees Policy Manual.
  ► Continue to monitor legislation and educate elected officials, appointed officials, and Village staff
    as relevant legislation is passed.
  ► Continue to participate in multi-departmental groups to assist in the implementation of projects
    and events.
  ► Continue to monitor Freedom of Information Act requests and the FOIA process, including
    implementation of FOIA amendments.


Performance Measures                                                      Calendar Year
                                                              2009            2010              2011

1. Number of Code amendment packets issued                      2                3                4


2. Number of Code sections amended                             64               67              185


3. Number of ordinances amending the Code                      18               16               19


4. Number of ordinances prepared and adopted                   56               51               60


5. Number of resolutions prepared and adopted                  38               28               37


6. Number of agreements prepared and adopted                   n/a              20               30


7. Number of FOIA requests processed                           494             871              898


8. Number of FOIA appeals                                       2                1                0


9. Number of FOIA denials in whole or in part                  25              353              376


10. Number of foreclosures processed                           n/a             414              364


11. Number of liquor license hearings prosecuted                7               11                6


12. Number of housing court cases prosecuted                   22               18                4




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                                  2009-10      2010-11         2011-12          2011-12    2012-13      $              %
                                   Actual       Actual         Est Act          Budget     Budget     Change         Change


Authorized Positions in F-T-E         3.25            2.75          2.75            2.75       2.75          0.00      0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                $373,287     $357,096        $378,000         $373,200   $402,700     $29,500     7.9%
 Contractual Services              247,632      273,624         271,500          281,700    271,600     (10,100)   (3.6%)
 Commodities                        19,587       11,577          10,300           10,300     10,300           0     0.0%
 Other Charges                      55,936       33,137          41,000           53,500     45,000      (8,500) (15.9%)
 Capital Items                           0            0           6,500            6,500          0      (6,500) (100.0%)

   Total Expenditures             $696,442     $675,434        $707,300         $725,200   $729,600      $4,400        0.6%




                                            CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                  2009-10      2010-11         2011-12          2011-12    2012-13      $              %
                                   Actual       Actual         Est Act          Budget     Budget     Change         Change

General Fund                      $696,442     $675,434        $700,800         $718,700   $729,600     $10,900     1.5%
Capital Projects Fund                    0            0           6,500            6,500          0      (6,500) (100.0%)

   Total Expenditures             $696,442     $675,434        $707,300         $725,200   $729,600      $4,400        0.6%




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                                                                          Projected
      Account                      Account        Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                      Description    2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-0401-503.10-01   Salaries                    286,568     271,659       286,300    282,100    303,800      21,700         7.7%
                       Salaries                  286,568     271,659       286,300    282,100    303,800      21,700         7.7%

101-0401-503.19-01   Workers Compensation             600           600        600         600        600          0        0.0%
101-0401-503.19-05   Medical Insurance             33,400        35,800     35,800      35,800     35,800          0        0.0%
101-0401-503.19-10   IMRF                          33,178        30,317     35,300      34,900     41,200      6,300       18.1%
101-0401-503.19-11   Social Security               15,520        14,879     15,800      15,700     16,900      1,200        7.6%
101-0401-503.19-12   Medicare                       4,021         3,841      4,200       4,100      4,400        300        7.3%
                       Fringe Benefits             86,719        85,437     91,700      91,100     98,900      7,800        8.6%

101-0401-503.20-10   Village Attorney Retainer    45,870      50,040        50,100     50,100     50,100           0         0.0%
101-0401-503.20-15   Village Prosecutor Retain    45,870      50,040        50,100     50,100     50,100           0         0.0%
101-0401-503.20-20   Legal Services              104,789     112,458       120,000    130,200    120,000     (10,200)       (7.8%)
101-0401-503.20-40   General Insurance             2,400       2,500         2,600      2,600      2,700         100         3.8%
101-0401-503.21-02   Equipment Maintenance            34          34           100        100        100           0         0.0%
101-0401-503.21-65   Other Services               22,336      32,253        22,500     22,500     23,000         500         2.2%
101-0401-503.22-02   Dues                          2,387       2,318         2,500      2,500      2,500           0         0.0%
101-0401-503.22-03   Training                      1,704         957         3,000      3,000      3,800         800        26.7%
101-0401-503.22-05   Postage                         986       1,000         1,600      1,600      1,600           0         0.0%
101-0401-503.22-15   Photocopying                  3,856       4,724         3,100      3,100      2,500        (600)      (19.4%)
101-0401-503.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge        17,400      17,300        15,900     15,900     15,200        (700)       (4.4%)
                        Contractual Services     247,632     273,624       271,500    281,700    271,600     (10,100)       (3.6%)

101-0401-503.30-01   Publications Periodicals         244           273         400        400        400           0        0.0%
101-0401-503.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip          876         2,390       1,900      1,900      1,900           0        0.0%
101-0401-503.33-05   Other Supplies                18,467         8,914       8,000      8,000      8,000           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                 19,587        11,577      10,300     10,300     10,300           0        0.0%

101-0401-503.40-74   Real Estate Tax               55,936        33,137     41,000      53,500     45,000      (8,500)     (15.9%)
                       Other Charges               55,936        33,137     41,000      53,500     45,000      (8,500)     (15.9%)


                     Total Legal Department      696,442     675,434       700,800    718,700    729,600      10,900         1.5%




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                                   PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                  Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                       Title           Grade       2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1045    Ass't Vlg Attorney (Gen Counsel)    D63               1.00      1.00

1050    Staff Attorney                      C42               0.50      0.50

1055    Paralegal                           B23               0.50      0.50

1735    Administrative Assistant II         B21               0.75      0.75
        Total F-T-E                                           2.75      2.75     0.00




                                    Legal Department
                               Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                        Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                    Fund                               2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund                                          2.75      2.75
        Total F-T-E All Funds                                 2.75      2.75     0.00




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                              EXPENDITURE DETAIL



      Account                                                                                Budget               Budget
      Number               Account Title                          Description                2011-12              2012-13

SALARIES:

101-0401-503.10-01 Salaries                     Salaries                                            282,100              303,800

                                                TOTAL SALARIES                                      282,100              303,800

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-0401-503.19-01 Workers' Compensation        Workers' Compensation Insurance                          600                  600

101-0401-503.19-05 Medical Insurance            Medical Insurance                                      35,800               35,800

101-0401-503.19-10 IMRF                         IMRF                                                   34,900               41,200

101-0401-503.19-11 Social Security              Social Security                                        15,700               16,900

101-0401-503.19-12 Medicare                     Medicare                                                4,100                4,400

                                                TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                  91,100               98,900

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-0401-503.20-10 Village Attorney Retainer    Retainer for attendance at Board
                                                meetings; weekly session with staff;
                                                counsel to Village President and
                                                Board of Trustees                                      50,100               50,100

101-0401-503.20-15 Village Prosecutor Retainer Retainer for five sessions monthly in
                                               Cook County District Court in Rolling
                                               Meadows for prosecution of traffic and
                                               local ordinance violations, with add'l
                                               prosecution costs billed in A/C #20-20                  50,100               50,100

101-0401-503.20-20 Legal Services               Litigation, prosecution and collective
                                                   bargaining                                       130,200              120,000

101-0401-503.20-40 General Insurance            Liability and property insurance                        2,600                2,700

101-0401-503.21-02 Equipment Maintenance        Maintenance of typewriter                                100                  100

101-0401-503.21-65 Other Services               Transcripts, appraisals, recording fees,
                                                  title searches, miscellaneous services    9,500                9,500
                                                Court reporters - DUI cases                13,000      22,500   13,500      23,000

101-0401-503.22-02 Dues                         Dues                                                    2,500                2,500

101-0401-503.22-03 Training                     IMLA Meetings                               2,000                2,000
                                                Metropolitan travel                         1,000       3,000    1,800       3,800

101-0401-503.22-05 Postage                      Correspondence and notices                              1,600                1,600

101-0401-503.22-15 Photocopying                 Photocopies, supplies & maintenance         1,300                  800
                                                Maintenance agreement Xerox 5150            1,550                1,700
                                                Lease of Cannon IR5070                        250       3,100        0       2,500

101-0401-503.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge        Information Technology service charge                  15,900               15,200

                                                TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          281,700              271,600




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                   EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                      Budget              Budget
     Number                Account Title                      Description         2011-12             2012-13

COMMODITIES:

101-0401-503.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                      400                 400

101-0401-503.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   General office supplies                        1,900               1,900

101-0401-503.33-05 Other Supplies             Legal books, including statutes,
                                                digests and citations                        8,000               8,000

                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                             10,300              10,300

OTHER CHARGES:

101-0401-503.40-74 Real Estate Tax            Tax on Village property leased to
                                               commercial business                          53,500              45,000

                                              TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                           53,500              45,000

                                              TOTAL LEGAL                               718,700             729,600




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FINANCE
                                         ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                          Finance
                          Director




          Accounting
                        Water Billing/
          & Financial                    Purchasing
                         Cashiering
           Reporting




                         Treasury
          Budgeting                      Village Clerk
                        Management




                                           General
          Technology                       Liability
                                          Insurance




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FINANCE

The Finance Department provides professional financial management for the
Village. The scope of its responsibilities covers the following functions:
   Accounting and Financial Reporting – Accounting records are maintained in accordance with
   generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) for governments. Appropriate financial reports are
   regularly produced. Village financial reports regularly win national awards for excellence. All financial
   records of the Village are audited by external auditors on an annual basis.

   Budgeting – The preparation of the annual budget includes the planning as well as the necessary
   financial analysis and actual budget production. The Department assists other Village departments
   with their respective budget requests. This function also includes on-going maintenance and
   monitoring of the budget.

   Treasury Management – Village funds are invested to produce maximum income consistent with
   preservation of principal. Treasury Management includes monitoring receipts and disbursements and
   overseeing a control system of checks and balances. Treasury Management also includes follow-up
   on unpaid bills using a variety of methods including legal remedies. The Village has an investment
   policy that it follows which gives guidance to the Treasurer.

   Payroll Services – Complete payroll services are provided including payroll services for the Library.

   Purchasing – This function provides for the purchasing of services and goods at the lowest
   responsible price, frequently using formal or informal competitive bid processes. Procedures provide
   for review that legal requirements have been met in acquiring the goods and services.

   Technology – The Finance Director provides overall management and direction for the Information
   Technology and the Geographic Information Systems Operations.

   Accounts Payable/Accounts Receivable – This function provides for timely payment by the Village
   for goods and services received, and prompt billing for amounts due to the Village. Payment
   procedures require appropriate controls to ensure that goods and services have been received.
   Billings for Village services, including water, vehicle license fees and other miscellaneous revenues,
   are issued and controlled by the Department.

   Village Clerk – This position is appointed by the Village Manager and overall management and
   supervision has been delegated to the Finance Director. The Administrative Assistant II in the Finance
   Department also acts as the Deputy Village Clerk, handling the Village Clerk’s duties in their absence.

       Municipal Records – The Village Clerk prepares the official minutes of the Board of Trustees and
       arranges for the necessary publication and document filing actions resulting from Board action.
       The Clerk is also responsible for the management, indexing, and safeguarding of Village records.

       Elections and Voter Registration – The Village Clerk registers residents to vote and distributes
       absentee voting applications for all elections. The Clerk also accepts nominating petitions from
       Village candidates, certifies the Village election ballot and tallies the results of Village elections.




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FINANCE                                                                                       (Continued)



2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives
   1. To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce
      spending. Worked with the Village’s actuary and Police and Fire Pension Funds to develop a
      revised actuarial interest rate assumption, moving the assumption down from 7.5% to 7%. This
      should help ease the increase in the Village’s long-term actuarial unfunded liability during years
      that the Public Safety Pension Funds experience below average interest earnings.

       Administered the August 2011 and January 2012 advance refunding of the Village’s 2004 bonds,
       saving the Village over $1.5 million over the remaining life of the bonds through reduced interest
       costs. Each bond sale was under $10 million which allowed the Village to sell the bonds as “bank
       qualified” bonds garnering an additional interest rate reduction.

   2. Balance the budget. (Village Board Goal #3)

           ► Continue to work with the Planning & Community Development Department on
             economic development agreements to bring new sales tax generating businesses
             to the Village. Continued to work with the Planning & Community Department on land
             acquisition and redevelopment of property located in TIF IV.

           ► Continually evaluate the cost and allocation of Village services. The annual multi-
             year financial projections were completed for the General and Water & Sewer Funds. The
             2011 tax levy was approved at a 0% increase over the 2010 extended levy. This was
             made possible by the reduced debt service levy covering the increased pension and
             general operation levies.

           ► Review the pros and cons of changing the Village’s fiscal year to a calendar year
             basis. Completed the review with staff recommendation and Village Board direction to
             continue using the current fiscal year. To be reviewed again after the City of Evanston’s
             fiscal year change is implemented.

   3. Maintain best practices to assure quality level of essential services. (Village Board Goal #4)

           ► Develop a new Village Clerk database system that allows for read-only access by
             other departments and the retention of existing data. Purchased a new
             scanning/database system that is open to other departments on a read-only basis.

           ► Obtain the GFOA Certificate of Excellence for the Comprehensive Annual Financial
             Report and the GFOA Distinguished Budget Award. Obtained Certificate of
             Excellence for the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the 2010 fiscal year and
             applied for fiscal year 2011. Obtained Distinguished Budget Award for the fiscal year
             2012 Operating Budget.

           ► Continue the development of funding plans for infrastructure repair and
             replacement. Developed the FY2013-FY2017 Capital Improvement Program along with
             the CIP Committee.

           ► Increase direct deposit of paychecks to 85%. Increased the use of direct deposit pay
             of paychecks to 79%.

           ► Increase automated water bill payment by ACH to 30%. Achieved a 27% use of water
             bill payment by ACH.




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FINANCE                                                                                      (Continued)



2012-13 Goals and Objectives
  1. To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce spending.

  2. Balance the budget. (Village Board Goal #3)

          ► Continue to work with the Planning & Community Development Department on economic
            development agreements to bring new sales tax generating businesses to the Village.

          ► Continually evaluate the cost and allocation of Village services.

  3. Maintain best practices to assure quality level of essential services. (Village Board Goal #4)

          ► Continue to investigate additional services or service improvements that can be provided
            by the Finance Department.

          ► Continue to develop and expand the new Village Clerk database system that allows for
            read-only access by other departments and the retention of existing data.

          ► Obtain the GFOA Certificate of Excellence for the Comprehensive Annual Financial
            Report and the GFOA Distinguished Budget Award.

          ► Continue the development of funding plans for infrastructure repair and replacement.

          ► Increase direct deposit of paychecks to 85%.

          ► Increase automated water bill payment by ACH to 30%.

          ► Complete an analysis of the funding position of the Fleet Fund by department.




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FINANCE                                                                             (Continued)



Performance Measures
                                                        FY2009         FY2010        FY2011
1. Number and Type of Payment Transaction
      Vehicle Stickers
         At counter/drop box/mail                           42,533        43,263        42,392
         Through banks/currency exchanges                    1,287           711         1,194

       Water Bills Transactions
          Through lockbox (closed 7/2009)                    8,180         1,677             0
          By direct bank debit (ACH)                        31,638        32,358        35,304
          Electronic lockbox (ACH) (began 3/2010)                0         1,241        21,069
          Internet payments                                  2,463         2,730         2,984
          At counter/drop box/mail                          88,418        91,809        71,746
               Total Water Bill Transactions               130,699       129,815       131,103

       % Water bills – lockbox                                 6%             1%            0%
       % Water bills – bank debit (ACH)                       24%            25%           27%
       % Water bills – electronic lockbox (ACH)                0%             1%           16%
       % Water bills – Internet                                2%             2%            2%
       % Water bills – at counter/drop box/mail               68%            71%           55%

       Parking tickets
           At counter/drop box/mail                         10,890          7,886        8,843
           Internet payments                                 1,843          2,053        1,861
                                                            12,733          9,939       10,704

       % parking tickets – Internet payments                  14%            21%

2. Credit Card Payments
      # of transactions                                     15,138         16,595        18,074
      Total payments                                    $1,285,322     $1,561,779    $1,871,914
      Total fees                                           $34,989        $30,098       $36,435
      Average fee %                                         2.72%          1.93%         1.95%
      Average transaction                                   $84.91         $94.11       $103.57
      Average Visa/MasterCard fee %                        2.648%         1.920%        1.920%
      Average Visa/MasterCard transaction fee              $0.0075             $0            $0

3. Number of Vehicle Stickers Issued
      Passenger/recreational                                49,557        48,515        48,406
      Trucks                                                 2,531         2,399         2,146
      Motorcycles                                              441           442           438
             Total Vehicle Stickers                         52,529        51,356        50,990

4. Water Billing Activity
      # of metered accounts                                 20,858        20,874        20,907
   Water consumption billed (1,000 gallons)
      Residential                                        1,720,472      1,696,115     1,727,685
      Commercial                                           804,634        834,398       774,215
      Industrial                                            82,632         71,097        70,053
      Apartments                                            19,884         22,957        23,389
               Total Consumption Billed                  2,627,622      2,624,567     2,595,342
   Water/sewer revenues                                 $ 9,958,687   $10,912,121   $11,712,217




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FINANCE                                                                               (Continued)



Performance Measures (cont.)
                                                         FY2009         FY2010         FY2011
5. Purchasing
      # of purchase orders processed                          1,286          1,158          1,030
      # of field purchase orders                              4,841          4,146          4,062
       $ amount of purchase orders processed            $18,999,087    $15,763,594    $13,986,136
       $ amount of field purchase orders                  1,581,742      1,340,407      1,306,719
              Total amount of purchase                  $20,580,829    $17,104,001    $15,292,855
              order transactions

       # of formal bids/RFP’s                                    50             43             55
       $ amount of formal bids/RFP’s                    $11,205,536     $9,843,890     $9,075,436

       % amount formal bids/RFP’s                              54%            58%            59%
       $ amount saved by competitive bidding             $1,731,633     $1,228,604     $1,057,683

6. Checks Issued
      Accounts payable checks issued                          7,450          6,988          6,735

       Payroll: # of checks issued                           5,061          4,440          3,827
                # of direct deposits                        13,899         14,148         14,257
                % of payroll as direct deposits               73%            76%            79%

7. Cash and Investments
      Cash                                              $ 2,801,051    $ 2,278,281    $ 1,351,854
      Investments                                        83,459,072     87,073,640     91,091,214
              Total                                     $86,260,123    $89,351,921    $92,443,068
               % of funds invested                           96.8%          97.5%          98.5%

8. Village Clerk
        Processing of:
            Ordinances                                            56             51             60
            Resolutions                                           38             28             39
            Agreements                                            27             20             39

       Ethics Forms:
           Village                                             140            137            136
           County                                               85             85             91

       Transcribing of Village Board Minutes                      24             24             24

9. GFOA Certifications
      a. Certificate of Achievement for Excellence
         In Financial Reporting                         Received       Received       Received

       b. Distinguished Budget Presentation Award        Received      Received       Received




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                                    OPERATION SUMMARY

FINANCE (Including IT/GIS)                                                                                             0501

                                    2009-10      2010-11       2011-12          2011-12     2012-13        $              %
                                     Actual       Actual       Est Act          Budget      Budget       Change         Change

Authorized Positions in F-T-E
 General Fund                           10.50         9.50            9.00          9.00         9.00           0.00          0.0%
 Water & Sewer Fund                      8.50         8.50            8.50          8.50         8.50           0.00          0.0%
 Technology Fund                         7.00         7.00            6.00          6.00         6.00           0.00          0.0%
   Total F-T-E                          26.00        25.00           23.50         23.50        23.50           0.00          0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                  $2,713,999   $2,683,946   $2,539,100     $2,613,600     $2,687,000    $73,400          2.8%
 Contractual Services                1,212,125    1,189,624    1,337,200      1,372,495      1,391,700     19,205          1.4%
 Commodities                            90,538       72,520      104,100        118,900        118,000       (900)        (0.8%)
 Other Charges                         371,636      342,904      455,000        508,250        480,000    (28,250)        (5.6%)
 Capital Items                         337,231      279,739      275,000        297,164        316,800     19,636          6.6%

   Total Expenditures               $4,725,529   $4,568,733   $4,710,400     $4,910,409     $4,993,500    $83,091             1.7%




                                              CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                    2009-10      2010-11       2011-12          2011-12     2012-13        $              %
                                     Actual       Actual       Est Act          Budget      Budget       Change         Change

General Fund                        $1,562,485   $1,510,544   $1,439,700     $1,457,700     $1,480,300    $22,600          1.6%
Capital Projects Fund                  178,827       81,836       75,000         75,364         85,000      9,636         12.8%
Water & Sewer Fund                     966,369      935,177      997,400      1,032,395      1,053,400     21,005          2.0%
General Liability Ins Fund             649,822      657,504      870,100        934,450        920,200    (14,250)        (1.5%)
Technology Fund                      1,368,026    1,383,672    1,328,200      1,410,500      1,454,600     44,100          3.1%

   Total Expenditures               $4,725,529   $4,568,733   $4,710,400     $4,910,409     $4,993,500    $83,091             1.7%




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GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                               EXPENDITURES


                                                                             Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual       Actual         Actual    Budget      Budget          $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10      2010-11        2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-0501-503.10-01   Salaries                      907,037      878,580       822,800     830,200     838,400       8,200         1.0%
101-0501-503.18-01   Temporary Help                    323            0         5,000       5,000       5,200         200         4.0%
101-0501-503.18-05   Overtime Civilian                   0            0             0       2,800       2,900         100         3.6%
                       Salaries                    907,360      878,580       827,800     838,000     846,500       8,500         1.0%

101-0501-503.19-01   Workers Compensation            2,200        2,300         2,400       2,400       2,500          100        4.2%
101-0501-503.19-05   Medical Insurance             142,300      137,700       120,600     120,600     113,300       (7,300)      (6.1%)
101-0501-503.19-10   IMRF                          104,808       98,507       101,900     102,900     112,500        9,600        9.3%
101-0501-503.19-11   Social Security                51,659       50,589        48,200      48,800      48,800            0        0.0%
101-0501-503.19-12   Medicare                       12,776       12,402        12,000      12,200      12,200            0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits             313,743      301,498       285,100     286,900     289,300        2,400        0.8%

101-0501-503.20-05   Professional Services          33,460       36,315        40,600      41,000      42,200       1,200         2.9%
101-0501-503.20-40   General Insurance              14,300       15,000        15,400      15,400      15,900         500         3.2%
101-0501-503.21-02   Equipment Maintenance           4,997        5,474         5,200       5,600       6,400         800        14.3%
101-0501-503.21-65   Other Services                120,709      117,732       108,900     104,800     114,100       9,300         8.9%
101-0501-503.22-01   Advertising                     4,309        4,258         4,500       5,100       5,100           0         0.0%
101-0501-503.22-02   Dues                            3,669        3,680         3,600       3,600       3,700         100         2.8%
101-0501-503.22-03   Training                        6,677        5,332         8,000       8,300       8,300           0         0.0%
101-0501-503.22-05   Postage                        35,835       36,972        36,400      36,400      37,500       1,100         3.0%
101-0501-503.22-10   Printing                       22,092       21,924        20,500      20,500      21,100         600         2.9%
101-0501-503.22-15   Photocopying                   14,626       11,037        10,300      13,000      10,300      (2,700)      (20.8%)
101-0501-503.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge          51,500       51,300        50,500      50,500      51,600       1,100         2.2%
101-0501-503.22-30   Claims & Refunds                    0           25             0         500         500           0         0.0%
101-0501-503.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Charge      4,000            0             0           0           0           0         N/A
                        Contractual Services       316,174      309,049       303,900     304,700     316,700      12,000         3.9%

101-0501-503.30-01   Publications Periodicals        2,241           1,662      1,700       1,700       1,800         100         5.9%
101-0501-503.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip        15,462          12,292     13,000      18,000      17,400        (600)       (3.3%)
101-0501-503.30-25   Licensing Supplies              7,266           7,287      7,900       7,900       8,100         200         2.5%
101-0501-503.30-50   Petroleum Products                124               0          0           0           0           0         N/A
101-0501-503.33-05   Other Supplies                    115             176        300         500         500           0         0.0%
                        Commodities                 25,208          21,417     22,900      28,100      27,800        (300)       (1.1%)


                     Total Finance                1,562,485    1,510,544     1,439,700   1,457,700   1,480,300     22,600         1.6%




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                                 PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                     Title           Grade       2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1060    Finance Director                  D71               1.00      1.00

1065    Deputy Finance Director           D61               1.00      1.00

1080    Chief Accountant                  C43               1.00      1.00

1085    Accountant                        C41               2.00      2.00

1087    Budget Coordinator                B23               1.00      1.00

1105    Village Clerk                     B23               1.00      1.00

1703    Purchasing Clerk                  B21               1.00      1.00

1704    Payroll Specialist                B21               1.00      1.00
        Total F-T-E                                         9.00      9.00     0.00




                                 Finance Department
                             Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                      Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                  Fund                               2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund                                        9.00      9.00

 505    Water & Sewer Fund                                  8.50      8.50

 625    Technology Fund
           IT                                               5.00      5.00
           GIS                                              1.00      1.00
        Total F-T-E All Funds                           23.50        23.50     0.00




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                         EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                            Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                2011-12              2012-13

SALARIES:

101-0501-503.10-01 Salaries                Salaries                                            830,200              838,400

101-0501-503.18-01 Temporary Help          Temporary Help                                          5,000                5,200

101-0501-503.18-05 Overtime Civilian       Overtime Civilian                                       2,800                2,900

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                      838,000              846,500

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-0501-503.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                         2,400                2,500

101-0501-503.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance                                   120,600              113,300

101-0501-503.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                                102,900              112,500

101-0501-503.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                        48,800               48,800

101-0501-503.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                               12,200               12,200

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                               286,900              289,300

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-0501-503.20-05 Professional Services   Pension actuarial                           6,300                6,500
                                           Annual audit (governmental funds share)    30,400               30,700
                                           Annual actuarial valuation of post
                                            employment benefits (governmental
                                              funds share)                             4,300      41,000    5,000      42,200

101-0501-503.20-40 General Insurance       Liability and property insurance                       15,400               15,900

101-0501-503.21-02 Equipment Maintenance   Alarm, cash registers, check signer,
                                             postage scale & meter, microcomputers,
                                               typewriters, binding machine and
                                                 archive storage system                            5,600                6,400

101-0501-503.21-65 Other Services          GFOA CAFR certificate fee                     600                  600
                                           GFOA budget certificate fee                   500                  550
                                           Tracker annual fee                          3,200                1,500
                                           Title searches                                500                  500
                                           Cell phone charges                            900                  750
                                           Credit card processing fees                12,400               18,500
                                           Bank service fees                          11,500               11,500
                                           Annual safe deposit fee                       200                  200
                                           Ambulance billing services                 75,000   104,800     80,000   114,100

101-0501-503.22-01 Advertising             Bid advertising                             1,900                1,900
                                           Hearing notices                             1,700                1,700
                                           Annual Treasurers Report                    1,500       5,100    1,500       5,100

101-0501-503.22-02 Dues                    NIGP, GFOA, IMT, CPA, AICPA                             3,600                3,700




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FINANCE
GENERAL FUND                                                                                               EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                                  Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                      2011-12              2012-13

101-0501-503.22-03 Training                   GFOA and IGFOA programs                        2,700                2,800
                                              Purchasing programs                            1,500                1,550
                                              National GFOA Committee                          800                  850
                                              Tuition reimbursement                          1,500                1,500
                                              Municipal Clerks' Conference                     800                  800
                                              Seminars & webinars                            1,000       8,300      800       8,300

101-0501-503.22-05 Postage                    Vehicle licenses, disbursement checks,
                                                purchase orders, bids, special
                                                  assessments, billings, shipping of
                                                    magnetic tapes & miscellaneous                      36,400               37,500

101-0501-503.22-10 Printing                   Comprehensive Annual Financial Report          2,000                2,100
                                              Annual Budget                                  3,200                3,300
                                              Printing of forms and checks                   1,500                1,500
                                              Clerk's ordinances & envelopes                   200                  200
                                              Vehicle/animal applications                   13,600      20,500   14,000      21,100

101-0501-503.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopies, supplies & maintenance           11,000                8,800
                                              Maintenance agreement Xerox 5150                 300                1,000
                                              Lease of Minolta BH500 copier                  1,200                    0
                                              Lease of Xerox WC4118P copier                    500      13,000      500      10,300

101-0501-503.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge      Information Technology/GIS service charge                 50,500               51,600

101-0501-503.22-30 Claims & Refunds           Claims and refunds                                          500                  500

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              304,700              316,700


COMMODITIES:

101-0501-503.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                                 1,700                1,800

101-0501-503.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   General office supplies and small equipment               18,000               17,400

101-0501-503.30-25 Licensing Supplies         Vehicle stickers                               5,700                5,900
                                              Dog tags & motorcycle tags                     1,000                1,000
                                              Taxi licensing supplies                        1,200       7,900    1,200       8,100

101-0501-503.33-05 Other Supplies             Miscellaneous commodities                                   500                  500

                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                         28,100               27,800

                                              TOTAL FINANCE                                          1,457,700            1,480,300




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BOARDS & COMMISSIONS
                                                               ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                                     Village
                                     Board



  Building Code
                    Electrical                    Plan                  Youth
     Review
                   Commission                  Commission             Commission
      Board


     Zoning                                                          Commission for
                  Redevelopment                Environmental
    Board of                                                          Citizens with
                   Commission                   Commission
    Appeals                                                            Disabilities



                                                                        Special
     Board           Design                     Housing
                                                                        Events
    of Health      Commission                  Commission
                                                                      Commission



      Board            Board                   The Arlington           Bicycle &
     of Local     of Fire & Police              Economic              Pedestrian
  Improvements    Commissioners                  Alliance            Advisory Com.


                                                 Senior
                      Arts
                                                 Citizens
                   Commission
                                               Commission




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BOARDS & COMMISSIONS

The boards and commissions of the Village promote citizen involvement and utilize
the expertise and ideas of the citizens of Arlington Heights. They include:
Appointive Boards & Commissions

   ► Plan Commission: Holds public hearings and makes recommendations to the Village Board of
     Trustees relating to zoning, subdivision and planned development of land.

   ► Zoning Board of Appeals: May grant variances from zoning regulations.

   ► Board of Health: Protect health and prevent the spread of disease.

   ► Board of Local Improvements: Makes recommendations with regard to local improvements.

   ► Board of Fire and Police Commissioners: Appoints officers and sworn members of Fire and Police
     Departments, except chiefs and deputy chiefs.

   ► Electrical Commission: Recommends ordinances pertaining to electrical standards, permits and
     fees.

   ► Redevelopment Commission: Holds hearings with regard to establishment of, or modifications to,
     Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Districts.

Other Boards & Commissions

   ► Design Commission: Reviews architectural elements for the Plan Commission, building permits,
     Zoning Board of Appeals and Central Business District signs and sign variations.

   ► Building Code Review Board: Recommends variations from, and amendments to, the Building
     Code.

   ► Environmental Commission: Promotes the preservation and enhancement of the physical
     environment.

   ► Housing Commission: Recommends housing policies for the Village.

   ► The Arlington Economic Alliance: Provides advice to Village Board of Trustees on matters of
     business recruitment and retention.

   ► Senior Citizens Commission: Recommends programs for senior citizen welfare.

   ► Youth Commission: Recommends programs for youth welfare.

   ► Commission for Citizens with Disabilities: Recommends removal of barriers to handicapped
     citizens and otherwise identifies the needs of the disabled.

   ► Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission: Assists in the development of comprehensive plans
     for bikeways within the Village.

   ► Special Events Commission: Plans Village's special events.

   ► Arts Commission: Makes recommendations to the Village Board of Trustees on matters of culture
     and fine arts within the Village of Arlington Heights.




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                                OPERATION SUMMARY

BOARDS & COMMISSIONS                                                                                   1001

                                2009-10      2010-11     2011-12     2011-12    2012-13      $           %
                                 Actual       Actual     Est Act     Budget     Budget     Change      Change


Authorized Positions in F-T-E       0.00         0.00         0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00       N/A

Expenditures
 Personal Services                $6,551       $7,625     $11,200     $11,400    $11,400         $0      0.0%
 Contractual Services            130,205      111,429      93,700     103,000    101,300     (1,700)    (1.7%)
 Commodities                       1,229          360       2,400       4,700      3,900       (800)   (17.0%)
 Other Charges                    83,368       81,125     163,200     174,398    142,000    (32,398)   (18.6%)
 Capital Items                         0            0           0           0          0          0       N/A

   Total Expenditures           $221,353     $200,539    $270,500    $293,498   $258,600   ($34,898)   (11.9%)




                                          CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                2009-10      2010-11     2011-12     2011-12    2012-13      $           %
                                 Actual       Actual     Est Act     Budget     Budget     Change      Change

General Fund                    $170,542     $150,424    $149,700    $161,698   $167,000     $5,302      3.3%
A & E Fund                        50,811       50,115     120,800     131,800     91,600    (40,200)   (30.5%)

   Total Expenditures           $221,353     $200,539    $270,500    $293,498   $258,600   ($34,898)   (11.9%)




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BOARDS & COMMISSIONS - ADMINISTRATION (1001)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                               EXPENDITURES


                                                                               Projected
      Account                    Account              Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description          2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1001-502.20-40   General Insurance                 2,200           2,300      2,400       2,400      2,500        100        4.2%
101-1001-502.22-02   Dues - Greater Woodfield        102,300          81,600     53,600      53,600     57,000      3,400        6.3%
                       Contractual Services          104,500          83,900     56,000      56,000     59,500      3,500        6.3%

101-1001-502.40-05   Grants - Arl Hts Com Con Band      7,000          6,100       6,200      6,200      6,400        200        3.2%
                       Other Charges                    7,000          6,100       6,200      6,200      6,400        200        3.2%


                     Total B & C Administration      111,500          90,000      62,200     62,200     65,900      3,700        5.9%




ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS (1003)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                               EXPENDITURES


                                                                               Projected
      Account                    Account              Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description          2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1003-502.10-03   Boards and Commissions              450           1,670       1,700      1,700      1,700          0        0.0%
                       Salaries                          450           1,670       1,700      1,700      1,700          0        0.0%

101-1003-502.19-11   Social Security                      28            104         100        100        100           0        0.0%
101-1003-502.19-12   Medicare                              7             24         100        100        100           0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits                    35            128         200        200        200           0        0.0%

101-1003-502.22-15   Photocopying                         62              1         800        800        800           0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services               62              1         800        800        800           0        0.0%

101-1003-502.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip               0              0         200        200        200           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                         0              0         200        200        200           0        0.0%


                     Total Zoning Brd of Appeals         547           1,799       2,900      2,900      2,900          0        0.0%




                                                                110
BUILDING CODE REVIEW BOARD (1004)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                           EXPENDITURES


                                                                           Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1004-502.10-03   Boards and Commissions          1,525         1,625       1,800      1,200      1,200          0        0.0%
                       Salaries                      1,525         1,625       1,800      1,200      1,200          0        0.0%

101-1004-502.19-11   Social Security                   95           111         100        100        100           0        0.0%
101-1004-502.19-12   Medicare                          22            26         100        100        100           0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits                117           137         200        200        200           0        0.0%

101-1004-502.22-03   Training                           0             0         100        100        100           0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services             0             0         100        100        100           0        0.0%

101-1004-502.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip            0             0         100        100        100           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                      0             0         100        100        100           0        0.0%


                     Total Bldg Code Review Brd      1,642         1,762       2,200      1,600      1,600          0        0.0%




BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS (1007)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                           EXPENDITURES


                                                                           Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1007-502.10-03   Boards and Commissions           515           578         800        800        800           0        0.0%
                       Salaries                       515           578         800        800        800           0        0.0%

101-1007-502.19-11   Social Security                   32            36         100        100        100           0        0.0%
101-1007-502.19-12   Medicare                           7             8         100        100        100           0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits                 39            44         200        200        200           0        0.0%


                     Total Brd of Local Improv        554           622        1,000      1,000      1,000          0        0.0%




                                                             111
BOARD OF FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSIONERS (1008)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                          EXPENDITURES


                                                                          Projected
      Account                   Account          Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                   Description      2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-1008-502.10-03   Boards and Commissions         835           1,170       1,500      1,500      1,500           0        0.0%
                       Salaries                     835           1,170       1,500      1,500      1,500           0        0.0%

101-1008-502.19-11   Social Security                 52             73         100        100        100            0        0.0%
101-1008-502.19-12   Medicare                        12             17         100        100        100            0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits               64             90         200        200        200            0        0.0%

101-1008-502.20-75   Examinations                 17,536         21,180     25,900      25,900     25,900           0        0.0%
101-1008-502.22-01   Advertising                     890              0      1,000       1,000      1,000           0        0.0%
101-1008-502.22-02   Dues                            375            375        400         400        400           0        0.0%
101-1008-502.22-05   Postage                           0              5        100         200        200           0        0.0%
101-1008-502.22-15   Photocopying                     13              0        100         100        100           0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services       18,814         21,560     27,500      27,600     27,600           0        0.0%


                     Total Fire & Police Comm     19,713         22,820      29,200     29,300     29,300           0        0.0%




PLAN COMMISSION (1009)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                          EXPENDITURES


                                                                          Projected
      Account                   Account          Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                   Description      2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-1009-502.10-03   Boards and Commissions        1,820          1,535       3,400      3,400      3,400           0        0.0%
                       Salaries                    1,820          1,535       3,400      3,400      3,400           0        0.0%

101-1009-502.19-11   Social Security                113             85         200        200        200            0        0.0%
101-1009-502.19-12   Medicare                        26             20         100        100        100            0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits              139            105         300        300        300            0        0.0%

101-1009-502.22-02   Dues                             69             0          200        200        200           0        0.0%
101-1009-502.22-03   Training                          0             0          500        500        500           0        0.0%
101-1009-502.22-15   Photocopying                  1,420           866        1,500      4,000      1,500      (2,500)     (62.5%)
                       Contractual Services        1,489           866        2,200      4,700      2,200      (2,500)     (53.2%)


                     Total Plan Commission         3,448          2,506       5,900      8,400      5,900      (2,500)     (29.8%)




                                                           112
ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION (1010)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                                EXPENDITURES


                                                                                Projected
      Account                    Account               Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description           2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1010-502.10-03   Boards and Commissions               940            505         700       1,500      1,500          0        0.0%
                       Salaries                           940            505         700       1,500      1,500          0        0.0%

101-1010-502.19-11   Social Security                       58             31         100        100        100           0        0.0%
101-1010-502.19-12   Medicare                              14              7         100        100        100           0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits                     72             38         200        200        200           0        0.0%

101-1010-502.22-05   Postage                                7              0         100        100        100           0        0.0%
101-1010-502.22-10   Printing                               0              0         100        400        400           0        0.0%
101-1010-502.22-15   Photocopying                          61              0         100        100        100           0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services                68              0         300        600        600           0        0.0%

101-1010-502.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip                0              0         100        100        100           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                          0              0         100        100        100           0        0.0%


                     Total Environmental Commission      1,080           543        1,300      2,400      2,400          0        0.0%




HOUSING COMMISSION (1011)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                                EXPENDITURES


                                                                                Projected
      Account                    Account               Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description           2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1011-502.22-03   Training                               0              0         100        100        100           0        0.0%
101-1011-502.22-05   Postage                                0             33         100        100        100           0        0.0%
101-1011-502.22-15   Photocopying                         155            151         200        200        200           0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services               155            184         400        400        400           0        0.0%

101-1011-502.33-05   Other Supplies                       375              0         300        300        300           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                        375              0         300        300        300           0        0.0%

101-1011-502.40-05   Grants                             12,825         14,000      14,300     14,300     14,300          0        0.0%
                       Other Charges                    12,825         14,000      14,300     14,300     14,300          0        0.0%


                     Total Housing Commission           13,355         14,184      15,000     15,000     15,000          0        0.0%




                                                                 113
ELECTRICAL COMMISSION (1012)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                           EXPENDITURES


                                                                           Projected
      Account                    Account            Actual     Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description        2009-10    2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1012-502.22-03   Training                            0            0           0        200        200           0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services              0            0           0        200        200           0        0.0%

101-1012-502.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip             0            0           0        100        100           0        0.0%
101-1012-502.32-80   Books                               0            0           0        400        400           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                       0            0           0        500        500           0        0.0%


                     Total Electrical Commission         0            0           0        700        700           0        0.0%




SENIOR CITIZENS COMMISSION (1013)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                           EXPENDITURES


                                                                           Projected
      Account                    Account            Actual     Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description        2009-10    2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1013-502.22-01   Advertising                       345           848        400         400        400          0        0.0%
101-1013-502.22-05   Postage                            94           115        200         500        500          0        0.0%
101-1013-502.22-15   Photocopying                      157           170        200         300        300          0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services            596         1,133        800       1,200      1,200          0        0.0%

101-1013-502.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip           157           28         100        300        300           0        0.0%
101-1013-502.33-05   Other Supplies                      0           31         300        400        400           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                     157           59         400        700        700           0        0.0%


                     Total Senior Citizen Comm         753         1,192       1,200      1,900      1,900          0        0.0%




                                                             114
YOUTH COMMISSION (1014)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                  EXPENDITURES


                                                                    Projected
      Account                   Account         Actual     Actual     Actual    Budget    Budget        $           %
      Number                   Description     2009-10    2010-11    2011-12    2011-12   2012-13   Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1014-502.22-05   Postage                         8          4          0        100       100          0        0.0%
101-1014-502.22-10   Printing                        0          0          0        100       100          0        0.0%
101-1014-502.22-15   Photocopying                    0          0          0        200       200          0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services          8          4          0        400       400          0        0.0%


                     Total Youth Commission          8          4          0        400       400          0        0.0%




DESIGN COMMISSION (1015)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                  EXPENDITURES


                                                                    Projected
      Account                   Account         Actual     Actual     Actual    Budget    Budget        $           %
      Number                   Description     2009-10    2010-11    2011-12    2011-12   2012-13   Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1015-502.22-15   Photocopying                  274         95        500        500       500          0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services        274         95        500        500       500          0        0.0%


                     Total Design Commission       274         95        500        500       500          0        0.0%




                                                         115
COMMISSION FOR CITIZENS WITH DISABILITIES (1017)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                          EXPENDITURES


                                                                          Projected
      Account                     Account         Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                     Description     2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-1017-502.20-24   Disabled Citizen Programs      1,369           908       1,100      1,500      2,000        500        33.3%
101-1017-502.22-03   Training                           0             0           0        300        200       (100)      (33.3%)
101-1017-502.22-05   Postage                          234           266         300        500        300       (200)      (40.0%)
101-1017-502.22-15   Photocopying                     192           161         300        500        300       (200)      (40.0%)
                       Contractual Services         1,795         1,335       1,700      2,800      2,800          0         0.0%

101-1017-502.33-05   Other Supplies                  225           243         100        300        300            0        0.0%
                       Commodities                   225           243         100        300        300            0        0.0%

101-1017-502.40-58   Disabled Citizen Donation      1,000         1,000       1,000      1,000      1,000           0        0.0%
                       Other Charges                1,000         1,000       1,000      1,000      1,000           0        0.0%


                     Total Disabilities Comm        3,020         2,578       2,800      4,100      4,100           0        0.0%




SPECIAL EVENTS COMMISSION (1018)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                          EXPENDITURES


                                                                          Projected
      Account                     Account         Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                     Description     2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-1018-502.21-65   Other Services                    79            0           0         500      1,000         500      100.0%
101-1018-502.22-01   Advertising                      200            0           0         500          0        (500)    (100.0%)
101-1018-502.22-05   Postage                          726          437         500       1,500        500      (1,000)     (66.7%)
101-1018-502.22-10   Printing                           0          355           0       1,500        500      (1,000)     (66.7%)
101-1018-502.22-15   Photocopying                       0            0           0         500          0        (500)    (100.0%)
                       Contractual Services         1,005          792         500       4,500      2,000      (2,500)     (55.6%)

101-1018-502.31-40   Agricultural Supplies           302            58           0        300        500         200       66.7%
                       Commodities                   302            58           0        300        500         200       66.7%


                     Total Special Events Comm      1,307          850         500       4,800      2,500      (2,300)     (47.9%)




                                                            116
BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN ADVISORY COMMISSION (1019)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                            EXPENDITURES


                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account            Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description        2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1019-502.22-02   Dues                              300           360          400        500        500          0        0.0%
101-1019-502.22-03   Training                            0             0            0        200          0       (200)    (100.0%)
101-1019-502.22-10   Printing                          400           400          600        600        600          0        0.0%
101-1019-502.22-15   Photocopying                      100           100          100        100        100          0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services            800           860        1,100      1,400      1,200       (200)     (14.3%)

101-1019-502.30-01   Publications Periodicals           20             0         200        200        200           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                      20             0         200        200        200           0        0.0%

                     Total Bicycle & Pedestrian
                       Advisory Commission             820           860        1,300      1,600      1,400       (200)     (12.5%)




THE ARLINGTON ECONOMIC ALLIANCE (1021)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                            EXPENDITURES


                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account            Actual      Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description        2009-10     2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-1021-502.22-15   Photocopying                        0             0         500        500        500           0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services              0             0         500        500        500           0        0.0%

101-1021-502.40-40   Promote Economic Bus Dev        11,732         9,910     20,900      21,098     28,700      7,602      36.0%
                       Other Charges                 11,732         9,910     20,900      21,098     28,700      7,602      36.0%


                     Total Arl Economic Alliance     11,732         9,910      21,400     21,598     29,200      7,602      35.2%




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ARTS COMMISSION (1022)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                    EXPENDITURES


                                                                    Projected
      Account                    Account       Actual     Actual      Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description   2009-10    2010-11     2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-1022-502.22-05   Postage                      491         541         800        800        800           0        0.0%
101-1022-502.22-15   Photocopying                 148         158         500        500        500           0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services       639         699       1,300      1,300      1,300           0        0.0%

101-1022-502.33-05   Other Supplies                 0          0        1,000      2,000      1,000      (1,000)     (50.0%)
                       Commodities                  0          0        1,000      2,000      1,000      (1,000)     (50.0%)

101-1022-502.40-55   Other Special Events         150          0           0          0          0            0        N/A
                       Other Charges              150          0           0          0          0            0        N/A


                     Total Arts Commission        789         699       2,300      3,300      2,300      (1,000)     (30.3%)

                     TOTAL BRDS & COMM        170,542     150,424    149,700    161,698    167,000       5,302         3.3%




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BOARDS & COMMISSIONS - ADMINISTRATION
GENERAL FUND                                                                                        EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                           Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                         Description            2011-12             2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1001-502.20-40 General Insurance          Insurance for Boards and Commissions
                                                and Historical Museum                             2,400               2,500

101-1001-502.22-02 Dues                       Woodfield Chicago Northwest Convention
                                               Bureau (FY2013 based on 7% of FY2011
                                                Hotel Tax receipts)                              53,600              57,000
                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         56,000              59,500
OTHER CHARGES:
101-1001-502.40-05 Grants                     Arlington Heights Community
                                               Concert Band                                       6,200               6,400
                                              TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                 6,200               6,400
                                              TOTAL B&C ADMINISTRATION                           62,200              65,900




ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
GENERAL FUND                                                                                        EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                           Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                         Description            2011-12             2012-13
SALARIES:
101-1003-502.10-03 Boards and Commissions     1 Chairman @ $20 per meeting
                                              6 Members @ $15/pp per meeting                      1,700               1,700
                                              TOTAL SALARIES                                      1,700               1,700

FRINGE BENEFITS:
101-1003-502.19-11 Social Security            Social Security                                      100                 100

101-1003-502.19-12 Medicare                   Medicare                                             100                 100
                                              TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                200                 200

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1003-502.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopying                                         800                 800
                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           800                 800

COMMODITIES:
101-1003-502.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   Miscellaneous office supplies                        200                 200
                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                    200                 200
                                              TOTAL ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                       2,900               2,900




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BUILDING CODE REVIEW BOARD
GENERAL FUND                                                                                 EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                     Budget             Budget
     Number               Account Title                         Description      2011-12            2012-13
SALARIES:
101-1004-502.10-03 Boards and Commissions     4 Members x 12 meetings x $25                1,200              1,200
                                              TOTAL SALARIES                               1,200              1,200

FRINGE BENEFITS:
101-1004-502.19-11 Social Security            Social Security                               100                100

101-1004-502.19-12 Medicare                   Medicare                                      100                100
                                              TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                         200                200

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1004-502.22-03 Training                   Training and education                        100                100
                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    100                100

COMMODITIES:
101-1004-502.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   Miscellaneous office supplies                 100                100
                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                             100                100
                                              TOTAL BUILDING CODE REVIEW BOARD             1,600              1,600




BOARD OF LOCAL IMPROVEMENTS
GENERAL FUND                                                                                 EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                     Budget             Budget
     Number               Account Title                         Description      2011-12            2012-13
SALARIES:
101-1007-502.10-03 Boards and Commissions     1 Chairman x 10 meetings x $20
                                              4 Members x 10 meetings x $15                 800                800
                                              TOTAL SALARIES                                800                800

FRINGE BENEFITS:
101-1007-502.19-11 Social Security            Social Security                               100                100

101-1007-502.19-12 Medicare                   Medicare                                      100                100
                                              TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                         200                200
                                              TOTAL BOARD OF LOCAL OF IMPRV.               1,000              1,000




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BOARD OF FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSIONERS
GENERAL FUND                                                                                  EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                     Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                       Description        2011-12             2012-13
SALARIES:
101-1008-502.10-03 Boards and Commissions   1 Chairman x 30 meetings x $20
                                            2 Members x 30 meetings x $15                   1,500               1,500
                                            TOTAL SALARIES                                  1,500               1,500
FRINGE BENEFITS:
101-1008-502.19-11 Social Security          Social Security                                  100                 100

101-1008-502.19-12 Medicare                 Medicare                                         100                 100
                                            TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                            200                 200
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1008-502.20-75 Examinations             Examinations                                   25,900              25,900

101-1008-502.22-01 Advertising              Advertising                                     1,000               1,000

101-1008-502.22-02 Dues                     Fire/Police Comm. State membership               400                 400

101-1008-502.22-05 Postage                  Postage                                          200                 200

101-1008-502.22-15 Photocopying             Photocopying                                     100                 100
                                            TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     27,600              27,600
                                            TOTAL BRD. OF POL. & FIRE COMM.                29,300              29,300




PLAN COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                                  EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                     Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                       Description        2011-12             2012-13
SALARIES:
101-1009-502.10-03 Boards and Commissions   1 Chairman x 24 meetings x $20
                                            8 Members x 24 meetings x $15                   3,400               3,400
                                            TOTAL SALARIES                                  3,400               3,400
FRINGE BENEFITS:
101-1009-502.19-11 Social Security          Social Security                                  200                 200

101-1009-502.19-12 Medicare                 Medicare                                         100                 100
                                            TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                            300                 300
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1009-502.22-02 Dues                     Membership dues                                  200                 200

101-1009-502.22-03 Training                 Educational and training materials               500                 500

101-1009-502.22-15 Photocopying             Photocopying of minutes & agendas               4,000               1,500
                                            TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      4,700               2,200
                                            TOTAL PLAN COMMISSION                           8,400               5,900




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ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                                          EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                             Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                         Description              2011-12             2012-13
SALARIES:

101-1010-502.10-03 Boards and Commissions     1 Chairman x 12 meetings x $20
                                              6 Members x 12 meetings x $15                         1,500               1,500
                                              TOTAL SALARIES                                        1,500               1,500
FRINGE BENEFITS:
101-1010-502.19-11 Social Security            Social Security                                        100                 100

101-1010-502.19-12 Medicare                   Medicare                                               100                 100
                                              TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                  200                 200
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1010-502.22-05 Postage                    Postage                                                100                 100

101-1010-502.22-10 Printing                   Printing of promotional materials                      400                 400

101-1010-502.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopying                                           100                 100
                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             600                 600
COMMODITIES:
101-1010-502.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   Office supplies; awards                                100                 100
                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                      100                 100
                                              TOTAL ENVIRONMENTAL COMMISSION                        2,400               2,400




HOUSING COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                                          EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                             Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                         Description              2011-12             2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1011-502.22-03 Training                   Training                                               100                 100

101-1011-502.22-05 Postage                    Postage                                                100                 100

101-1011-502.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopying                                           200                 200
                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             400                 400
COMMODITIES:

101-1011-502.33-05 Other Supplies             Other supplies (including Housing Summit
                                               follow-up - public education)                         300                 300
                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                      300                 300
OTHER CHARGES:
101-1011-502.40-05 Grants                     Rental Housing Assistance Program Grant
                                               (CEDA) for Arl. Hts. residents                      14,300              14,300
                                              TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                  14,300              14,300
                                              TOTAL HOUSING COMMISSION                             15,000              15,000




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ELECTRICAL COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                                    EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                        Budget             Budget
     Number                Account Title                      Description           2011-12            2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-1012-502.22-03 Training                   Training and education                           200                200
                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       200                200

COMMODITIES:
101-1012-502.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   Miscellaneous office supplies                    100                100

101-1012-502.32-80 Books                      Code books                                       400                400
                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                500                500
                                              TOTAL ELECTRICAL COMMISSION                      700                700




SENIOR CITIZENS COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                                    EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                        Budget             Budget
     Number                Account Title                      Description           2011-12            2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1013-502.22-01 Advertising                Outreach/marketing/advertising                   400                400

101-1013-502.22-05 Postage                    Postage                                          500                500

101-1013-502.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopying                                     300                300
                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      1,200              1,200

COMMODITIES:
101-1013-502.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   Office supplies for public meetings              300                300

101-1013-502.33-05 Other Supplies             Commissioner pins, memorials, etc.               400                400
                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                700                700
                                              TOTAL SENIOR CITIZENS COMM.                     1,900              1,900




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YOUTH COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                       EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                             Budget           Budget
     Number               Account Title                    Description   2011-12          2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1014-502.22-05 Postage                Postage                                  100              100

101-1014-502.22-10 Printing               Printing of newsletter                   100              100

101-1014-502.22-15 Photocopying           Photocopying                             200              200
                                          TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               400              400
                                          TOTAL YOUTH COMMISSION                   400              400




DESIGN COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                       EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                             Budget           Budget
     Number               Account Title                    Description   2011-12          2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1015-502.22-15 Photocopying           Photocopying                             500              500
                                          TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               500              500
                                          TOTAL DESIGN COMMISSION                  500              500




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COMMISSION FOR CITIZENS WITH DISABILITIES
GENERAL FUND                                                                                              EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                                  Budget             Budget
     Number                Account Title                        Description                   2011-12            2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1017-502.20-24 Disabled Citizen Program    Disabled Citizens Community
                                                 Awareness Projects                                     1,500              2,000

101-1017-502.22-03 Training                    Local seminars, expos & conferences                       300                200

101-1017-502.22-05 Postage                     Postage                                                   500                300

101-1017-502.22-15 Photocopying                Photocopying (including newsletter)                       500                300
                                               TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               2,800              2,800
COMMODITIES:
101-1017-502.33-05 Other Supplies              Misc. supplies including instant film for
                                                Disabilities Carnival (funded by donations)              300                300
                                               TOTAL COMMODITIES                                         300                300
OTHER CHARGES:
101-1017-502.40-58 Disabled Citizen Donations Disability Carnival Sponsorship
                                                (funded entirely by donations)                          1,000              1,000
                                               TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                      1,000              1,000
                                               TOTAL COM. FOR CITIZENS W/DISAB                          4,100              4,100




SPECIAL EVENTS COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                                              EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                                  Budget             Budget
     Number                Account Title                        Description                   2011-12            2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1018-502.21-65 Other Services              Awards & plaques                                          500               1,000

101-1018-502.22-01 Advertising                 Advertising                                               500                  0

101-1018-502.22-05 Postage                     Postage                                                  1,500               500

101-1018-502.22-10 Printing                    Printing                                                 1,500               500

101-1018-502.22-15 Photocopying                Photocopying                                              500                  0
                                               TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               4,500              2,000
COMMODITIES:
101-1018-502.31-40 Agricultural Supplies       Materials for parade floats                               300                500
                                               TOTAL COMMODITIES                                         300                500
                                               TOTAL SPECIAL EVENTS COMM.                               4,800              2,500




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BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN ADVISORY COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                                        EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                           Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                        Description             2011-12              2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1019-502.22-02 Dues                       Membership dues                                      500                  500

101-1019-502.22-03 Training                   National Conference                                  200                    0

101-1019-502.22-10 Printing                   Printing of educational material,
                                               bike maps                                           600                  600

101-1019-502.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopying                                         100                  100
                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          1,400                1,200

COMMODITIES:
101-1019-502.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Publications and periodicals                         200                  200
                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                    200                  200
                                              TOTAL BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN
                                               ADVISORY COMMISSION                                1,600                1,400




THE ARLINGTON ECONOMIC ALLIANCE
GENERAL FUND                                                                                        EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                           Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                        Description             2011-12              2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1021-502.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopying                                         500                  500
                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           500                  500

OTHER CHARGES:
101-1021-502.40-40 Promote Econ & Bus Devlp Business Retention Outreach -
                                              used for one-on-one and group
                                                meetings with businesses (includes
                                                  Economic Outreach Breakfasts)       7,300                7,300
                                            Newsletters (2)                           2,000                5,400
                                            Discover Arlington web site upgrades
                                              and improvements                       10,000               16,000
                                            Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover          1,798      21,098        0      28,700
                                              TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                21,098               28,700
                                              TOTAL ARL. ECONOMIC ALLIANCE                       21,598               29,200




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ARTS COMMISSION
GENERAL FUND                                                                      EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                          Budget             Budget
     Number              Account Title                  Description   2011-12            2012-13
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:
101-1022-502.22-05 Postage               Postage                                 800                800

101-1022-502.22-15 Photocopying          Photocopying                            500                500
                                         TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             1,300              1,300

COMMODITIES:
101-1022-502.33-05 Other Supplies        Awards, other supplies                 2,000              1,000
                                         TOTAL COMMODITIES                      2,000              1,000
                                         TOTAL ARTS COMMISSION                  3,300              2,300
                                         TOTAL BOARDS & COMMISSIONS         161,698            167,000




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POLICE
                                         ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                          Chief
                            of
                          Police




   Administrative        Criminal
                                          Patrol
     Services          Investigation
                                         Division
     Division       Community Services




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POLICE

The Police Department is comprised of three Divisions.

   ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION: This Division consists of the Records Bureau and the
   Support Bureau, which coordinate all support activity relative to the overall needs of the Police
   Department.

   Records Bureau

       Automated Data Processing, Networking and RMS Coordination: Manages police networking
       and communication systems.

       Identification Services: Identification and processing of arrestees' records and photographs.

       Records Management and Crime Analysis: The administrative processing and storage of
       police records/reports and computing of crime statistical data.

   Support Bureau

       Budgetary Preparation and Fiscal Management: Facilitates purchasing, payroll and
       reconciliatory budget activity.

       CALEA: Maintains and ensures compliance in standards set by the Commission on Accreditation
       for Law Enforcement Agencies.

       Court Liaison: Provides supervision and coordination of cases prosecuted through the Court.

       Emergency Operations Planning/Citizen Corps: Coordinates disaster planning, Homeland
       Security and civil defense assistance.

       Evidence/Property Management: Controls evidence and property held by the Department.

       Grant Preparation: Conducts research and develops grant opportunities.

       I.T. Support: Coordinates technical support for computer and communication equipment.

       Professional Standards-Internal Affairs: Investigates citizen inquiries and complaints regarding
       procedural and operational issues.

       Training: Facilitates formal and in-service training programs.


   CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION/COMMUNITY SERVICES DIVISION: The function of this Division is to
   provide both criminal and juvenile investigation/enforcement while responding to the needs of the
   community. This Division includes the Criminal Investigation Bureau and the Community Services
   Bureau.

   Criminal Investigation Bureau

       Adult Investigations: Investigates unsolved crimes, conducts follow-up investigations on calls
       for service, conducts financial crimes investigations, gathers intelligence, performs sex offender
       registration and monitoring, and initiates special investigations.




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POLICE                                                                                     (Continued)



     DEA Task Force: An officer assigned to the DEA Task Force for drug enforcement and asset
     forfeitures.

     High School Liaison: Officers assigned to area high schools for direct counseling and
     intervention.

     Juvenile Investigations: Prevention of youthful involvement in criminal activity through
     counseling services, Peer Jury, investigation and apprehension of juvenile offenders.

     Gang Crimes: Gang deterrence through investigation, intervention, education and community
     interaction.

 Community Services Bureau

     Crime Prevention: Pro-active approach to crime prevention and community relations.

     Problem Oriented Policing: Group initiative to address complex issues before they develop.

     School Safety Planning: Liaison with school districts to develop and implement plans and
     procedures for addressing both man-made and natural disasters.

     Special Event Planning: Security and planning of special events conducted in the community.

     Victim Services: Formal assistance for victims of domestic violence and violent crimes.


 PATROL DIVISION: The Patrol Division is responsible for the initial delivery of police services to the
 community. The Division includes the Patrol Bureau and the Traffic Bureau.

 Patrol Bureau

     Evidence Collection and Preservation: Forensic technician program to recover evidence.

     Field Training: Coordination of the field training officers and process.

     Park Counselor Program: Coordination of the park counselor summer program.

     Preventative Patrol: Car, motorcycle, bicycle and foot patrol of the community.

     Police Information Desk: Citizen assistance and direction provided at the reception desk.

     K-9 Program: Dual-Purpose Narcotic Dogs/Handlers to assist with searches and tracking.

 Traffic Bureau

     Animal Welfare: Program for the control of domestic and wild animals within the limits of the
     Village.

     Overweight Truck Enforcement: Selective enforcement of vehicle weight-limit violations.

     Parking Enforcement: Responsible for the enforcement of parking ordinances.




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POLICE                                                                                    (Continued)



      Traffic Crash Investigation/Analysis: Traffic crash investigation and reconstruction.

      Traffic Enforcement: Responsible for selective enforcement to address the on-going traffic
      concerns of the community.


2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives

      ► Review and evaluate the Field Training Officer Program and investigate modifications
        that will improve overall performance. The Sokolove Model for Field Training Officers was
        reviewed. Several modifications to the program have been instituted including weekly
        training tasks for the probationary officer, as well as the use of a daily training plan.

      ► Participate in the International Association of Chiefs of Police National Law
        Enforcement Challenge, a traffic safety program. Traffic-safety related activities that
        occurred throughout the year have been documented to develop a graphical and written
        presentation for submission to the Traffic Safety Challenge.

      ► Work with the Senior Center to send out notifications to people regarding specific
        crimes that have targeted the elderly. At the Department’s request, Senior Center
        management approached other organizations using the Senior Center and encouraged them
        to sign up for Citizen Observer alerts. Numerous scam alerts were sent out that targeted
        seniors living in Arlington Heights.

      ► Conduct Citizen and Business Satisfaction Surveys – The 2011 Triennial Citizen
        Satisfaction survey has been completed. The Triennial Business Satisfaction Survey will be
        conducted in 2012.

      ► Explore alternative methods for citizens to file official police reports. Self-reporting
        software available on the market will not interface with the department’s records management
        program. The records management vendor is developing a software suite to permit online
        reporting.

      ► Develop a scenario-based roll call training program that concentrates on high risk/low
        frequency tasks performed by police officers. Department sergeants and commanders authored
        approximately 26 teaching scenarios. Each contains three components; the scenario, discussion
        phase and oral test.

      ► Review current content and readability of the department’s monthly and annual reports, and
        implement improvements where appropriate. Monthly summary reports have been expanded to
        include greater detail of staff’s interaction with the community. Images of interesting cases or
        officers participating in special events are now part of the format. The Annual report will be more
        colorful and reader friendly.

      ► Maintain compliance with all applicable CALEA accreditation standards and make
        preparations for the on-site assessment to be conducted in August 2011. The department
        successfully completed a voluntary 3-year reaccreditation cycle in 2011. The CALEA Board
        unanimously awarded the department a Certification of Advanced Accreditation; a distinction
        awarded to less than 3 percent of U.S. law enforcement agencies.




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POLICE                                                                                          (Continued)



2012-13 Goals and Objectives
    Goal: To achieve excellence in policing by protecting, serving and partnering with our community.

        Objectives:
        ► Increase use of Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association members for outreach/volunteer
          efforts.
        ► Conduct 2012 Triennial Business Satisfaction Survey and provide a follow-up response to
          comments made by business survey recipients.
        ► Research and develop a voluntary fitness program designed to enhance the wellness of all
          Police Department Personnel.
        ► Research and purchase a software program designed to capture and manage training
          records as well as assist in career development.
        ► Expand the use of Crime Analysis for the purpose of targeting geographic areas for the
          issuance of Crime Opportunity Notices.
        ► Examine the current Patrol Officer resource allocation to enhance communitywide coverage.
        ► Increase the utilization of personnel with specialty training, such as patrol juvenile officers,
          forensic technicians and traffic crash reconstructionists.
        ► Improve the response to incidents involving people with mental illness through the expanded
          use of the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT).



Performance Measures                                                       Calendar Year
                                                            2009               2010                 2011

1. # of DUI Arrests                                          228                199                 197


2. # of Citations Issued:
       Traffic                                             12,160               9,053               8,142
       Parking, Local Ordinance & Compliance               17,283              15,540              18,301
            Total Tickets Issued                           29,443              24,593              26,443



3. Part I Crimes                                            1,335               1,261              1,187
   Part II Crimes (all other offenses)                      3,208               2,433              2,628
            Total Crime Reported                            4,543               3,694              3,815



4. Arrests:
       Adult                                                1,252               1,163              1,049
       Juvenile                                               129                 146                122
            Total Arrests                                   1,381               1,309              1,171




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POLICE                                                                                       (Continued)




Performance Measures (cont.)                                            Calendar Year
                                                          2009               2010               2011

5. Traffic Accidents:
       Personal Injury                                      303               282               300
       Property Damage                                    2,332              2,012             2,169
            Total Accidents                               2,635              2,294             2,469



2011 Citizen Triennial Survey                          (Conducted every three years)

► Competence of Officers                               91.7% Rated Good to Excellent
► Courtesy of Officers                                 88.5% Rated Good to Excellent
► Traffic Enforcement                                  86.0% Rated Good to Excellent
► Police Visibility in Community                       80.9% Rated Good to Excellent
► Concern of Being a Victim of a Serious Crime         93.6% Rated Low to Moderate Concern
► Overall Satisfaction of Police Services              90.3% Rated Good to Excellent




                              Resident Perceptions Regarding Police Priorities

                     Top Three                                            Bottom Three
Question 1: Responding to crimes in process            Question 1: Enforcing water usage
Question 2: Enforcing DUI laws                         Question 2: Enforcing appearance ordinances
Question 3: Investigating drug sales/dealers           Question 3: Enforcing domestic animal ordinances




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                                 OPERATION SUMMARY

POLICE                                                                                                                  3001

                                      2009-10      2010-11     2011-12           2011-12     2012-13       $               %
                                       Actual       Actual     Est Act           Budget      Budget      Change          Change

Authorized Positions in F-T-E
 General Fund - Police                  142.00       134.00       133.00           133.00      133.00           0.00           0.0%
 General Fund - Police Grant              1.00         1.00         1.00             1.00        1.00           0.00           0.0%
 Municipal Park Opr Fund                  5.00         5.00         5.00             5.00        5.00           0.00           0.0%
   Total F-T-E                          148.00       140.00       139.00           139.00      139.00           0.00           0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services               $18,224,465 $18,878,078 $19,969,800 $19,990,746 $20,618,800              $628,054     3.1%
 Contractual Services              2,002,594   1,995,907   2,014,300   2,022,872   2,216,300               193,428     9.6%
 Commodities                         454,269     475,878     545,200     505,937     548,300                42,363     8.4%
 Other Charges                             0           0           0           0           0                     0      N/A
 Capital Items                        69,171     125,406     104,500     104,585           0              (104,585) (100.0%)

   Total Expenditures            $20,750,499 $21,475,269 $22,633,800 $22,624,140 $23,383,400              $759,260             3.4%




                                                CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                      2009-10      2010-11     2011-12           2011-12     2012-13       $               %
                                       Actual       Actual     Est Act           Budget      Budget      Change          Change

General Fund - Police            $20,063,609 $20,737,509 $21,890,500 $21,876,245 $22,694,000              $817,755     3.7%
General Fund - Police Grant           89,581      91,915      95,900      96,200     102,500                 6,300     6.5%
Municipal Park Opr Fund              490,538     479,639     499,900     502,564     542,400                39,836     7.9%
Capital Projects Fund                 69,171     125,406     104,500     104,585           0              (104,585) (100.0%)
A & E Fund                            37,600      40,800      43,000      44,546      44,500                   (46)   (0.1%)

   Total Expenditures            $20,750,499 $21,475,269 $22,633,800 $22,624,140 $23,383,400              $759,260             3.4%




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POLICE (3001)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                                 EXPENDITURES


                                                                            Projected
      Account                 Account               Actual       Actual       Actual      Budget       Budget          $           %
      Number                 Description           2009-10      2010-11      2011-12      2011-12      2012-13     Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-3001-511.10-01   Salaries                      1,638,887    1,439,080    1,434,200    1,434,300    1,477,400     43,100        3.0%
101-3001-511.11-61   Police Administration         1,093,835    1,038,930    1,038,500    1,048,100    1,073,500     25,400        2.4%
101-3001-511.11-64   Police Supervision            1,296,846    1,282,960    1,299,500    1,318,300    1,431,600    113,300        8.6%
101-3001-511.11-70   Police Officer                7,230,461    7,108,485    7,348,100    7,495,700    7,511,500     15,800        0.2%
101-3001-511.18-01   Temporary Help                    1,296        1,534        2,400        2,400        2,500        100        4.2%
101-3001-511.18-03   Seasonal Help                   126,566      115,809      134,900      134,900      138,900      4,000        3.0%
101-3001-511.18-05   Overtime Civilian                38,540       36,454       53,200       53,200       54,800      1,600        3.0%
101-3001-511.18-07   Overtime Sworn                  516,680      579,571      662,800      582,800      597,400     14,600        2.5%
101-3001-511.18-08   Overtime Sworn Court            181,778      153,368      188,400      188,400      193,100      4,700        2.5%
101-3001-511.18-09   Holiday Sworn                         0       34,429       62,800       62,800       56,500     (6,300)     (10.0%)
101-3001-511.18-80   Special Detail                  178,079      215,495      194,300      194,300      199,200      4,900        2.5%
101-3001-511.18-81   Special Detail Grants           111,269       89,483       80,000            0       75,000     75,000        N/A
                       Salaries                   12,414,237   12,095,598   12,499,100   12,515,200   12,811,400    296,200        2.4%

101-3001-511.19-01   Workers Compensation            479,200      498,400      513,400      513,400      528,800     15,400       3.0%
101-3001-511.19-05   Medical Insurance             1,898,724    1,947,500    1,909,900    1,909,900    1,924,500     14,600       0.8%
101-3001-511.19-09   Public Safety Pension         2,442,000    3,379,573    4,038,000    4,038,000    4,267,000    229,000       5.7%
101-3001-511.19-10   IMRF                            189,785      162,834      183,800      183,800      208,300     24,500      13.3%
101-3001-511.19-11   Social Security                 100,936       88,786       92,400       92,400       95,200      2,800       3.0%
101-3001-511.19-12   Medicare                        146,916      145,057      157,200      156,000      165,000      9,000       5.8%
                       Fringe Benefits             5,257,561    6,222,150    6,894,700    6,893,500    7,188,800    295,300       4.3%

101-3001-511.20-05   Professional Services                 0        1,200        2,400        5,000        3,000     (2,000)     (40.0%)
101-3001-511.20-37   Central Dispatch                703,659      659,753      654,800      654,800      726,900     72,100       11.0%
101-3001-511.20-40   General Insurance               196,500      206,300      212,500      212,500      218,900      6,400        3.0%
101-3001-511.21-02   Equipment Maintenance            66,873       56,389       67,000       72,000       61,700    (10,300)     (14.3%)
101-3001-511.21-65   Other Services                   57,497      118,071      106,600      106,612      113,000      6,388        6.0%
101-3001-511.22-02   Dues                             11,106       10,840       11,100       11,100       11,100          0        0.0%
101-3001-511.22-03   Training                         69,118       70,576       88,200       85,052       92,500      7,448        8.8%
101-3001-511.22-05   Postage                          10,227        9,819       14,700       14,700       14,700          0        0.0%
101-3001-511.22-10   Printing                         13,775       11,971       17,000       21,083       12,000     (9,083)     (43.1%)
101-3001-511.22-15   Photocopying                     24,325       15,676       12,700       12,700       16,000      3,300       26.0%
101-3001-511.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge           305,000      310,800      321,000      321,000      409,100     88,100       27.4%
101-3001-511.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Charge      489,100      483,300      456,400      456,400      479,500     23,100        5.1%
                        Contractual Services       1,947,180    1,954,695    1,964,400    1,972,947    2,158,400    185,453        9.4%

101-3001-511.30-01   Publications Periodicals         2,368        3,537        3,000        3,000        3,000           0        0.0%
101-3001-511.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip         25,928       26,424       26,000       26,000       30,000       4,000       15.4%
101-3001-511.30-20   Photographic Supplies            5,489        4,966        5,000        5,000        4,000      (1,000)     (20.0%)
101-3001-511.30-35   Clothing                       126,716      148,803      163,700      163,726      154,700      (9,026)      (5.5%)
101-3001-511.30-50   Petroleum Products             177,746      192,019      247,500      209,700      259,800      50,100       23.9%
101-3001-511.33-05   Other Supplies                  11,800       10,200       13,200       13,252       11,900      (1,352)     (10.2%)
101-3001-511.33-20   Crime Prevent Fines Sup              0            0            0            0            0           0        N/A
101-3001-511.33-25   Operational Supplies            55,792       55,309       55,100       55,120       53,200      (1,920)      (3.5%)
101-3001-511.33-30   Community Service Supply        38,792       23,808       18,800       18,800       18,800           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                  444,631      465,066      532,300      494,598      535,400      40,802        8.2%


                     Total Police Admin           20,063,609   20,737,509   21,890,500   21,876,245   22,694,000    817,755        3.7%




                                                                 135
POLICE GRANT (3005)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                              EXPENDITURES


                                                                         Projected
      Account                 Account            Actual       Actual       Actual      Budget       Budget          $           %
      Number                 Description        2009-10      2010-11      2011-12      2011-12      2012-13     Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-3005-511.10-01   Salaries                     70,177       72,372       74,800       74,800       78,900        4,100       5.5%
101-3005-511.18-05   Overtime Civilian                 0            0                       300          300            0       0.0%
                       Salaries                   70,177       72,372       74,800       75,100       79,200        4,100       5.5%

101-3005-511.19-01   Workers Compensation            300          300          300          300          300            0      0.0%
101-3005-511.19-05   Medical Insurance             5,700        5,700        5,900        5,900        6,300          400      6.8%
101-3005-511.19-10   IMRF                          8,106        8,109        9,200        9,200       10,700        1,500     16.3%
101-3005-511.19-11   Social Security               4,294        4,404        4,600        4,600        4,900          300      6.5%
101-3005-511.19-12   Medicare                      1,004        1,030        1,100        1,100        1,100            0      0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits            19,404       19,543       21,100       21,100       23,300        2,200     10.4%


                     Total Police Grant           89,581       91,915       95,900       96,200      102,500        6,300       6.5%

                     Total Police Department   20,153,190   20,829,424   21,986,400   21,972,445   22,796,500    824,055        3.8%




                                                              136
POLICE                                                              General Fund

                                  PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                 Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                      Title           Grade       2011-12   2012-13       + (-)
1145    Chief of Police                    D71               1.00      1.00
1155    Police Captain                     C52               3.00      3.00
1157    Police Commander                   C43               5.00      5.00
1165    Police Sergeant                    C42           13.00        14.00     1.00
1170    Police Officer                      --           87.00        86.00    (1.00)
1174    Records Supervisor                 B23               1.00      1.00
1177    Operations Support Supervisor      B23               1.00      1.00
1175    Identification Technician          B21               1.00      1.00
1180    Animal Control Warden              B21               2.00      2.00
1735    Administrative Assistant II        B21               1.00      1.00
1185    Public Service Officer             A13           10.00        10.00
1701    Police Fiscal Clerk                B21               1.00      1.00
1173    Property Custodian                 A13               1.00      1.00
1740    Administrative Assistant I         A13               2.00      2.00
1716    Records Clerk                      A12               4.00      4.00
        Total F-T-E                                     133.00       133.00     0.00




                                   Police Department
                              Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                      Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                  Fund                                2011-12   2012-13       + (-)
 101    General Fund
           Police - Administration                      133.00       133.00
           Police Grant                                      1.00      1.00

 235    Municipal Parking Fund                               5.00      5.00
        Total F-T-E All Funds                           139.00       139.00     0.00




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                       EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                          Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description              2011-12             2012-13

SALARIES:

101-3001-511.10-01 Salaries                Salaries                                       1,434,300           1,477,400

101-3001-511.11-61 Police Administration   Police Administration                          1,048,100           1,073,500

101-3001-511.11-64 Police Supervision      Police Supervision                             1,318,300           1,431,600

101-3001-511.11-70 Police Officer          Police Officer                                 7,495,700           7,511,500

101-3001-511.18-01 Temporary Help          Temporary Help                                        2,400               2,500

101-3001-511.18-03 Seasonal Help           Seasonal Help                                    134,900             138,900

101-3001-511.18-05 Overtime Civilian       Overtime Civilian                                    53,200              54,800

101-3001-511.18-07 Overtime Sworn          Overtime Sworn                                   582,800             597,400

101-3001-511.18-08 Overtime Sworn Court    Overtime Sworn Court                             188,400             193,100

101-3001-511.18-09 Holiday Sworn           Holiday Sworn                                        62,800              56,500

101-3001-511.18-80 Special Detail          Special Detail                                   194,300             199,200

101-3001-511.18-81 Special Detail Grant    Special Detail Grant                                     0               75,000

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                12,515,200          12,811,400

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-3001-511.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                  513,400             528,800

101-3001-511.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance                              1,909,900           1,924,500

101-3001-511.19-09 Public Safety Pension   Public Safety Pension                          4,038,000           4,267,000

101-3001-511.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                             183,800             208,300

101-3001-511.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                      92,400              95,200

101-3001-511.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                         156,000             165,000

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                          6,893,500           7,188,800

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-3001-511.20-05 Professional Services   Maintain and upgrade specialized equip-
                                            ment and software in squad cars                      5,000               3,000

101-3001-511.20-37 Central Dispatch        Police Department portion (75%) of costs
                                            for dispatching calls-for-service
                                               through the Northwest Central
                                                 Dispatch System                            654,800             726,900

101-3001-511.20-40 General Insurance       Liability and property insurance                 212,500             218,900




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                              EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                                 Budget                Budget
     Number               Account Title                     Description                      2011-12               2012-13

101-3001-511.21-02 Equipment Maintenance   Office machine equipment maint. Contracts
                                             Typewriters                                     500                   600
                                             Fax machines                                    300                   300
                                             BEAST (property inventory system)             1,150                 1,200
                                           Lektriever service contract                       700                   700
                                           Rental pagers                                     400                   400
                                           Portable radios, modems, KDT, ISPERN
                                             maintenance contracts                        17,000                17,000
                                           Radio and mobile telephone repair,
                                             IVAC vehicle maintenance contract            13,000                    0
                                           Radar, security door lock & intercom
                                             system (Front Desk)                           2,700                 2,700
                                           Police Info. Management System (RMS)           19,000                19,000
                                           HTE - support service contract                  2,000                     0
                                           Police firing range maintenance
                                             (time & material)                             5,500                 5,500
                                           Miscellaneous equipment maintenance:              650                 1,000
                                             Breathalyzer
                                           Livescan/C.A.B.S. Program                       1,000                 1,000
                                           Video maintenance (desk/ops cameras)            3,000                 4,000
                                           Kodak I4200 Scanner                                 0                 1,800
                                           Microscanner                                        0                 1,000
                                           Defibrillators maintenance                      5,100       72,000    5,500       61,700

101-3001-511.21-65 Other Services          Cellular telephone service                     36,100                33,000
                                           T1 Data Line Connection (CABS)                      0                 2,800
                                           Prisoner food                                   4,300                 4,300
                                           Bureau Investigation license applicants         1,100                 1,100
                                           Department weapons repair                         400                   400
                                           Micro-film, duplication & shredding             1,800                 2,500
                                           Officers badge, shield & leather repair           800                   800
                                           Morgue transportation                           3,000                 5,000
                                           Animal Welfare Services:
                                             Animal impounding fees                        5,000                 5,000
                                             Rabies shots for animal welfare
                                                personnel                                   300                   300
                                             Veterinary services                            800                   800
                                           Blood Borne Pathogen Program:
                                             Equipment sterilization                       2,000                 2,000
                                           Background reports                              3,000                 3,000
                                           Language line                                     400                   400
                                           Critical Reach Alert (Trak System)                700                   700
                                           Annual software renewal/maintenance            11,600                11,600
                                           Administrative Hearing Officer Program         13,500                20,000
                                           Bio-hazard cleaning cell/squad car              2,000                 2,000
                                           Village-use background checks for non-
                                             criminal justice/criminal history inquires    2,000                 2,000
                                           Prisoner drug prescriptions                     1,000                 1,000
                                           Mi-Fi services fee                                  0                 2,500
                                           Secretary of State License Suspensions              0                 2,000
                                           Ticket Scofflaw Program                         9,800                 9,800
                                           Budget Amendment - Grant                        7,012   106,612           0   113,000

101-3001-511.22-02 Dues                    MCAT                                            3,000                 3,000
                                           Northern Illinois Police Alarm System           4,500                 4,500
                                           Other dues                                      3,600       11,100    3,600       11,100




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                      EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                            Budget            Budget
     Number              Account Title                    Description                   2011-12           2012-13

101-3001-511.22-03 Training              Course titles are listed as a selective
                                         representation of needed skills and
                                         specialty training:

                                         Comprehensive Departmental Training:        15,000            15,000
                                            Northeast Multi-Regional training
                                            membership: Departmental in-service,
                                            certified training of all personnel
                                            as recommended by the Illinois
                                            State Training Board

                                         Basic Recruit Training                       9,452            13,500

                                         Field Operations:                            7,300             7,300
                                             Accident Investigation
                                             Traffic Law
                                             Sensitivity Relations
                                             Street Survival
                                             Traffic Law Enforcement
                                             Search and Seizure

                                         Community Police Training:                   6,800             6,800
                                            Problem Oriented Policing
                                            Cultural and Ethnic Awareness
                                            Community Policing Concepts

                                         Technical Support:                           6,000             6,000
                                            Field Training Officers
                                            Breathalyzer
                                            Forensic Technician
                                            Crime Lab
                                            Police Photography
                                            Property Management
                                            Police Records Management

                                         Records Management System:                   1,500             1,500
                                            Crime Analysis

                                         Community Services:                          1,900             1,900
                                            Crime Prevention

                                         Criminal Investigations:                     3,500             3,500
                                             Management of Criminal Investigations
                                             Narcotic and Dangerous Drugs
                                             Homicide, Suicide & Accidental Death
                                             Rape & Sexual Deviance Investigation
                                             Advd. Interrogations & Interviewing
                                             Burglary & Theft Reduction
                                             Forgery, Fraud & White Collar Crime
                                               Investigations
                                             Death Investigations
                                              Problem Oriented Policing




                                                               140
POLICE
GENERAL FUND                                                                                              EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                                 Budget                Budget
     Number                Account Title                       Description                   2011-12               2012-13

101-3001-511.22-03 Training (cont.)           Juvenile Investigations:                     2,100                 2,100
                                                 Gang Awareness
                                                 Narcotic and Dangerous Drugs
                                                 Suicide and Accidental Death
                                                 Illinois Juvenile Officers Training
                                                 Advanced Juvenile Interviewing
                                                 Burglary and Theft Reduction

                                              Command, Management & Supervision:          22,500                25,900
                                                 Supervisory & Mid-Mngmnt Training
                                                 Records Supervisor
                                                 Leadership Training
                                                 Police Staff and Command
                                                 Disaster Management
                                                 Police Budgeting
                                                 Managing Change
                                                 Managing Productivity
                                                 Tuition Reimbursement

                                              Conferences, Seminars & Meetings:            7,500                 7,500
                                                 Ill. Assoc. of Chiefs of Police
                                                 Ill. Chief's Conference
                                                 Captain's Association Meetings
                                                 North Suburban Chief's Assoc.
                                                 Ill. Crime Prevention Conference
                                                Emergency & Disaster Preparedness:         1,500                 1,500
                                                    Northern Ill. Police Alarm System
                                                       Rapid Response Team                             85,052                92,500

101-3001-511.22-05 Postage                    Regular and registered postage                           14,700                14,700

101-3001-511.22-10 Printing                   Crime Prevention:
                                                Booklets, Pamphlet & Identification
                                                  Stickers                                 1,000                 1,000
                                              Operational:
                                                Police Report & Identification Forms       8,700                 4,900
                                              Administrative:
                                                Police manuals, records, envelopes
                                                  & other related forms                    8,100                 4,900
                                              Administrative Hearing Officer Program       1,300                 1,200
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover             1,983       21,083        0       12,000

101-3001-511.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopies, supplies & maintenance                      12,700                16,000


101-3001-511.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge      Information Technology/GIS service charge             321,000               409,100

101-3001-511.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg Vehicle lease charge                                    456,400               479,500

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           1,972,947             2,158,400

COMMODITIES:

101-3001-511.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                                3,000                 3,000

101-3001-511.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   General office supplies                                  26,000                30,000




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POLICE
GENERAL FUND                                                                                               EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                                  Budget                 Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                      2011-12                2012-13

101-3001-511.30-20 Photographic Supplies    CD/DVD reproduction, flashes & batteries        1,400                  2,000
                                            Video supplies                                  2,200                  2,000
                                            Color film processing & developing              1,400        5,000         0        4,000

101-3001-511.30-35 Clothing                 Police Personnel:
                                              Sworn Officers                              118,700                118,700
                                              Sworn Officers - new hires                   15,000                 15,000
                                              Civilian Personnel                            6,000                  6,000
                                            Leather jackets & other uniform items
                                              not included in officers allotment
                                                per MAP contract                            5,500                  5,500
                                            New and replacement badges, hat shields,
                                              and shoulder patches                          3,000                  3,000
                                            Specialty clothing - Motorcycle/
                                              Bicycle Officers / NIPAS                      6,500                  6,500
                                            Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover                9,026     163,726          0     154,700

101-3001-511.30-50 Petroleum Products       Gasoline for department vehicle(s)                        209,700                259,800

101-3001-511.33-05 Other Supplies           Computer hardware/software                      1,800                  6,900
                                            Replacement desks                               2,000                      0
                                            Replacement chairs                              3,000                      0
                                            Employee recognition                            5,000                  5,000
                                            Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover                1,452       13,252         0       11,900

101-3001-511.33-25 Operational Supplies     Ammunition                                     16,000                 16,000
                                            Range safety equipment & supplies               3,000                  3,000
                                            Evidence Processing/Property Security:
                                              Property Management Section                   1,000                  1,000
                                              Identification Technicians                    1,000                  1,000
                                              Forensic Technicians                          2,000                  2,000
                                              Criminal Investigations Bureau                1,000                  1,000
                                            Emergency equipment for Patrol
                                              Operations: flares, flashlight batteries,
                                                traffic vests, fire extinguishers,
                                                  first-aid equipment                       4,000                  4,000
                                            Station operation & lock-up expenditures:
                                              Cell mattresses, blankets, personal
                                                hygiene items for prisoners &
                                                  identification equipment                  1,000                  1,000
                                            Community Policing supplies                     1,500                  1,500
                                            25 Motorola batteries                           4,700                  4,700
                                            Bullet proof vest replacement (36)             18,000                 18,000
                                            Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover                1,920       55,120         0       53,200

101-3001-511.33-30 Community Service Supl   Training aids                                     600                    600
                                            Crime prevention specialty items                9,400                  9,400
                                            Community relation supplies                         0                      0
                                            Animal welfare supplies                         1,400                  1,400
                                            Bio-hazard equipment                            7,000                  7,000
                                            Counselor-in-the-Park supplies                    400       18,800       400       18,800

                                            TOTAL COMMODITIES                                         494,598                535,400
                                            TOTAL POLICE - ADMINISTRATION                           21,876,245             22,694,000




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POLICE GRANT                                                             General Fund

                                     PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                      Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                         Title              Grade      2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1176    Victim Services Coordinator (PG0400)     B23              1.00      1.00
        Total F-T-E                                               1.00      1.00     0.00




                                      Police Department
                                 Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                           Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                      Fund                                 2011-12   2012-13       + (-)
 101    General Fund
           Police - Administration                              133.00    133.00
           Police Grant                                           1.00      1.00

 235    Municipal Parking Fund                                    5.00      5.00
        Total F-T-E All Funds                                   139.00    139.00     0.00




                                               143
POLICE GRANT
GENERAL FUND                                                                                 EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                    Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                    Description          2011-12             2012-13

SALARIES:

101-3005-511.10-01 Salaries                Salaries (PG0400)*                             74,800              78,900

101-3005-511.18-05 Overtime Civilian       Overtime Civilian (PG0400)                       300                 300

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                 75,100              79,200

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-3005-511.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Ins (PG0400)               300                 300

101-3005-511.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance (PG0400)                      5,900               6,300

101-3005-511.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF (PG0400)                                   9,200              10,700

101-3005-511.19-11 Social Security         Social Security (PG0400)                        4,600               4,900

101-3005-511.19-12 Medicare                Medicare (PG0400)                               1,100               1,100

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                          21,100              23,300
                                           TOTAL POLICE GRANT                             96,200          102,500
                                           TOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT                 21,972,445          22,796,500




                                           * PG0400 - Victim Services Grant




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                                                         ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                                   Fire
                                   Chief




          Fire                   Emergency                Training
       Suppression               Management               Division




                                           Public Education
                     Emergency
                                            and Hazardous
                      Medical
                                              Materials




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Firefighting and support functions are comprised of four main divisions.
   Administrative Division: This division is responsible for providing administrative support to the Fire
   Department. In addition, Emergency Management Agency (EMA), Public Education, Hazardous
   Materials monitoring and Fire Investigations have been incorporated into this division.

   Fire Suppression Division: This division is responsible for firefighting with three staffed engine
   companies and one truck company augmented by reserve apparatus, staffed by off-duty personnel
   and the M.A.B.A.S. or Mutual Aid Box Alarm System which is a multi-community, state wide mutual
   aid system.

   Emergency Medical Division: Four ambulances are operated by the Fire Department along with two
   rescue squads. The department also maintains two reserve ambulances and one reserve rescue
   squad. Emergency medical services are provided by the State certified paramedics to all citizens of
   Arlington Heights. The paramedic program works through Northwest Community Hospital, using
   Mobile Intensive Care Unit apparatus.

   Training Division: This division is responsible for the initial training and the on-going training of all
   fire personnel. The Fire Department participates in a State Certification Program whereby all
   personnel receive the basic, advanced and officer training necessary to achieve the required
   certification levels. Currently, 98% of the Village firefighting personnel have achieved advanced
   certification or higher.

   These divisions work out of four well-equipped fire stations and an administrative headquarters.

   The Fire Department responded to 10,294 calls for assistance in 2011. This included 3,576 fire and
   emergency calls and 6,718 ambulance calls.


2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives

   ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce
     spending. Utilized funding sources such as the Foreign Fire Insurance Tax Board to fund needed
     capital equipment replacements. Used grant funding to offset costs of programs. Consolidated
     Fire Department Special Teams with neighboring departments to save on equipment and
     personnel training costs. Extended the service life of various department equipment classes to
     reduce procurement costs.

   ► Provide emergency services to the community through timely and adequately staffed
     responses. The department continues to meet this goal.

   ► Continue to meet mandated standards. The department has received certification that the
     National Incident Management System (NIMS) requirements set by the Federal Government have
     been met for 2011. We currently meet all other mandated State and Federal standards.

   ► Meet the minimum 6 minute or less response time for structure fires and EMS calls 90% of
     the time. We have been able to meet this goal in 2011.

   ► Minimum of 14 to 15 Firefighters on the scene of a structure fire within 8 minutes at least
     90% of the time in all districts. We have been able to meet this goal in 2011.




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  ► Achieve a relative balance between mutual and automatic aid given and supplied. We have
    given assistance to neighboring departments 30 more times than we have received.

  ► Provide training for all operational personnel at a minimum 20 hours per month for
    fire/rescue training, and 5 hours per month for EMS training at least 95% of the time. The
    department has met these goals.

  ► Conduct a village wide emergency response exercise utilizing the Arlington Heights
    emergency operations Center and involving specific outside emergency response agencies
    such as Red Cross. Exercise was changed to participate in the state-wide earthquake
    preparedness and planning exercise.

  ► Successfully complete the State of Illinois re-validation process for the Hazardous
    Materials and Special Rescue Response Teams. The re-validation was completed in October
    2011.

  ► Continue the self-evaluation process for possible accreditation of the fire department by
    the Center for Public Safety Excellence. The department continues with the self-evaluation
    process.


2012-13 Goals and Objectives
  ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce spending.

  ► Provide emergency services to the community through timely and adequately staffed responses.

  ► Continue to meet mandated standards.

  ► Meet the minimum 6 minute or less response time for structure fires and EMS calls 90% of the
    time.

  ► Minimum of 14 to 15 Firefighters on the scene of a structure fire within 8 minutes at least 90% of
    the time in all districts.

  ► Achieve a relative balance between mutual and automatic aid given and supplied.

  ► Provide training for all operational personnel at a minimum 20 hours per month for fire/rescue
    training, and 5 hours per month for EMS training at least 95% of the time.

  ► Continue the self-evaluation process for possible accreditation of the fire department by the
    Center for Public Safety Excellence.

  ► Prepare the department for the conversion to the new Northwest Central Dispatch
    communications system by the fourth quarter of 2012.

  ► Explore options to fund and schedule future public education classes such as CPR and
    Emergency Preparedness so they would be self-sufficient.




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Performance Measures                                                       Calendar Year
                                                                2009            2010          2011

1. Service Calls:
       Fire                                                          104             133             125
       EMS                                                         6,312           6,380           6,718
       Hazmat                                                        290             354             392
       Emergency Assists                                           1,641           1,446           1,630
       False Alarms                                                1,169           1,255           1,429
            Total Calls                                            9,516           9,568          10,294


2.   % Response Time 6 Minutes or Less
       (Goal of 90% or greater)
        Fire Calls (Structure Fires)                             92.30%           93.33%      100.00%
        EMS Calls (Emergencies)                                  91.51%           91.83%       90.65%


3. # of Confirmed Structure Fires and % response time
   within 8 minutes at a structure fire:
       (All Districts goal of 90% or greater)

     a. With at least 14 Firefighters: (Optimal)
            District 1                                   ( 2)     100%     ( 2)   100%     ( 4)    100%
            District 2                                   ( 3)     100%     ( 6)    83%     ( 3)    100%
            District 3                                   ( 3)     100%     ( 3)   100%     ( 5)    100%
            District 4                                   ( 5)     100%     ( 4)   100%     ( 5)    100%
                 All Districts                           (13)     100%     (15)   92.8%    (17)    100%

     b. With at least 13 Firefighters:
            District 1                                   ( 2)     100%     ( 2)   100%     ( 4)    100%
            District 2                                   ( 3)     100%     ( 6)   100%     ( 3)    100%
            District 3                                   ( 3)     100%     ( 3)   100%     ( 5)    100%
            District 4                                   ( 5)     100%     ( 4)   100%     ( 5)    100%
                 All Districts                           (13)     100%     (15)   100%     (17)    100%

     c.   With at least 12 Firefighters:
              District 1                                 ( 2)     100%     ( 2)   100%     ( 4)    100%
              District 2                                 ( 3)     100%     ( 6)   100%     ( 3)    100%
              District 3                                 ( 3)     100%     ( 3)   100%     ( 5)    100%
              District 4                                 ( 5)     100%     ( 4)   100%     ( 5)    100%
                   All Districts                         (13)     100%     (15)   100%     (17)    100%


4. Mutual Aid / Auto Aid Responses:
      Calls Given                                                    763             721             953
      Calls Received                                               1,019           1,016             920


5. % of Operational Personnel Meeting
   Minimum Training Standards                                      98%              97%             98%




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Performance Measures (cont.)                                Calendar Year
                                               2009              2010        2011

6. # of Knox Boxes:
        Installed During Calendar Year                 22             29             35
        Total Installed                               918            947            982


7. ISO Rating:                                         1               1              2


8. Unit Responses:
       Ambulance 1                                2,058             2,093       2,241
       Ambulance 2                                2,048             2,081       2,178
       Ambulance 3                                1,495             1,567       1,583
       Ambulance 4                                1,457             1,334       1,541
           Subtotal Ambulances                    7,058             7,075       7,543

       Squad 1                                    2,607             2,529       2,764
       Squad 2                                    2,664             2,550       2,629
          Subtotal Squads                         5,271             5,079       5,393

       Engine 2                                   1,403             1,199       1,381
       Engine 3                                   1,556             1,534       1,713
       Engine 4                                   1,590             1,438       1,669
          Subtotal Engines                        4,549             4,171       4,763

       Battalion 1                                1,062              849            978

       Ladder Tower 1                            1,127                989       1,091
                                                ______            ______      ______
           Total Unit Responses                 19,067             18,161      19,768




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FIRE                                                                                                               3501

                                    2009-10       2010-11     2011-12       2011-12      2012-13       $             %
                                     Actual        Actual     Est Act       Budget       Budget      Change        Change


Authorized Positions in F-T-E          113.50       110.50       110.50         110.50     110.50           0.00       0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                $15,345,809 $16,161,523 $16,868,100 $17,029,360 $17,308,600        $279,240        1.6%
 Contractual Services               1,271,263   1,291,604   1,325,800   1,339,000   1,443,500         104,500        7.8%
 Commodities                          283,599     264,088     358,800     399,327     400,600           1,273        0.3%
 Other Charges                              0           0           0           0           0               0         N/A
 Capital Items                        163,939     168,515     100,000     110,000     447,600         337,600      306.9%

   Total Expenditures             $17,064,610 $17,885,730 $18,652,700 $18,877,687 $19,600,300        $722,613          3.8%




                                              CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                    2009-10       2010-11     2011-12       2011-12      2012-13       $             %
                                     Actual        Actual     Est Act       Budget       Budget      Change        Change

General Fund                      $16,898,971 $17,715,715 $18,550,500 $18,765,527 $19,150,500        $384,973        2.1%
Capital Projects Fund                 163,939     168,515     100,000     110,000     447,600         337,600      306.9%
A &E Fund                               1,700       1,500       2,200       2,160       2,200              40        1.9%

   Total Expenditures             $17,064,610 $17,885,730 $18,652,700 $18,877,687 $19,600,300        $722,613          3.8%




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                                                                            Projected
      Account                 Account               Actual       Actual       Actual      Budget       Budget          $            %
      Number                 Description           2009-10      2010-11      2011-12      2011-12      2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-3501-512.10-01   Salaries                        171,832      183,248      144,300      145,700      157,100     11,400        7.8%
101-3501-512.12-01   Fire Administration             866,300      866,554      896,500      904,800      923,000     18,200        2.0%
101-3501-512.12-16   Fire Supervision              1,488,455    1,540,053    1,569,800    1,594,600    1,617,000     22,400        1.4%
101-3501-512.12-21   Firefighter                   6,750,128    6,711,804    6,791,500    7,136,400    7,152,700     16,300        0.2%
101-3501-512.18-01   Temporary Help                        0        2,074          300            0            0          0        N/A
101-3501-512.18-05   Overtime Civilian                     0            0            0          500          500          0        0.0%
101-3501-512.18-07   Overtime Sworn                  575,085      436,345      496,000      278,300      335,300     57,000       20.5%
101-3501-512.18-09   Holiday Sworn                         0      125,095      145,800      145,800      149,500      3,700        2.5%
101-3501-512.18-80   Special Detail                   29,898       39,041       15,400       15,400       15,800        400        2.6%
                        Salaries                   9,881,698    9,904,214   10,059,600   10,221,500   10,350,900    129,400        1.3%

101-3501-512.19-01   Workers Compensation            479,300      498,500      513,500      513,500      528,900     15,400        3.0%
101-3501-512.19-05   Medical Insurance             1,594,300    1,661,000    1,687,900    1,687,900    1,674,000    (13,900)      (0.8%)
101-3501-512.19-09   Public Safety Pension         3,244,000    3,948,000    4,459,000    4,459,000    4,588,000    129,000        2.9%
101-3501-512.19-10   IMRF                             19,409       18,771       17,900       18,000       21,400      3,400       18.9%
101-3501-512.19-11   Social Security                   9,875       10,031        9,000        9,100        9,800        700        7.7%
101-3501-512.19-12   Medicare                        115,527      119,507      119,000      118,200      133,400     15,200       12.9%
                       Fringe Benefits             5,462,411    6,255,809    6,806,300    6,805,700    6,955,500    149,800        2.2%

101-3501-512.20-37   Central Dispatch                234,553      219,918      218,300      218,300      242,300     24,000        11.0%
101-3501-512.20-40   General Insurance               163,700      171,900      177,100      177,100      182,400      5,300         3.0%
101-3501-512.21-02   Equipment Maintenance            32,118       34,118       38,000       38,400       39,500      1,100         2.9%
101-3501-512.21-07   Vehicle Equip Maintenance         3,928        3,890        4,200        4,300        4,500        200         4.7%
101-3501-512.21-65   Other Services                   34,811       28,504       32,000       37,000       37,000          0         0.0%
101-3501-512.22-02   Dues                             26,451       26,989       27,000       29,600       30,000        400         1.4%
101-3501-512.22-03   Training                         45,279       39,469       54,700       54,700       68,300     13,600        24.9%
101-3501-512.22-05   Postage                           1,023          852        1,500        2,500        1,500     (1,000)      (40.0%)
101-3501-512.22-10   Printing                          1,354        1,153        1,400        2,000        2,000          0         0.0%
101-3501-512.22-15   Photocopying                      6,746        6,511        6,500       10,000        5,100     (4,900)      (49.0%)
101-3501-512.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge           242,100      261,900      228,500      228,500      212,200    (16,300)       (7.1%)
101-3501-512.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Charge      479,200      496,400      536,600      536,600      618,700     82,100        15.3%
                        Contractual Services       1,271,263    1,291,604    1,325,800    1,339,000    1,443,500    104,500         7.8%

101-3501-512.30-01   Publications Periodicals         1,355          732        1,000        1,500        1,500            0        0.0%
101-3501-512.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip          6,029        5,540        6,100        6,500        6,800          300        4.6%
101-3501-512.30-20   Photographic Supplies              182           58          100          100          100            0        0.0%
101-3501-512.30-35   Clothing                        94,865       60,895      109,000      134,006      122,000      (12,006)      (9.0%)
101-3501-512.30-50   Petroleum Products              68,393       83,013      101,100       89,100      110,900       21,800       24.5%
101-3501-512.31-45   Janitorial Supplies              5,201        5,485        6,500        7,000        7,200          200        2.9%
101-3501-512.31-55   Building Supplies                1,330        1,824        1,000        2,100        2,100            0        0.0%
101-3501-512.31-60   Chemicals                        6,088        8,746        8,500       10,100       10,500          400        4.0%
101-3501-512.31-65   Other Equip & Supplies          26,446       23,961       25,000       25,400       30,000        4,600       18.1%
101-3501-512.31-85   Small Tools and Equipment       32,190       49,424       60,000       63,424       62,000       (1,424)      (2.2%)
101-3501-512.32-80   Books                            1,872        1,908        2,200        2,800        2,800            0        0.0%
101-3501-512.33-05   Other Supplies                   9,018        8,205        8,300        9,700        9,700            0        0.0%
101-3501-512.33-15   CPR Program Donation Sup         1,929            0            0            0            0            0        N/A
101-3501-512.33-50   Medical Supplies                28,701       14,297       30,000       47,597       35,000      (12,597)     (26.5%)
                       Commodities                  283,599      264,088      358,800      399,327      400,600        1,273        0.3%


                     Total Fire Department        16,898,971   17,715,715   18,550,500   18,765,527   19,150,500    384,973         2.1%




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                                    PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                  Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                      Title            Grade       2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 1195   Fire Chief                         D71               1.00      1.00

 1200   Deputy Fire Chief                  D61               2.00      2.00

 1210   Battalion Commander                C51               3.00      3.00

 1211   Division Commander                 C51               2.00      2.00

 1215   Fire Lieutenant                     --            16.00       16.00

 1220   Firefighter II (Engineer)           --            12.00       12.00

 1225   Firefighter II (Paramedic)          --            51.00       51.00

 1230   Firefighter I                       --            21.00       21.00

 1214   Assistant ESDA Coordinator         B22               0.50      0.50

 1735   Administrative Assistant II        B21               0.50      0.50

 1740   Administrative Assistant I         A13               0.50      0.50

 1710   Account Clerk II                   A13               1.00      1.00
        Total F-T-E                                     110.50       110.50      0.00




                                    Fire Department
                              Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                        Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                  Fund                                 2011-12    2012-13      + (-)

 101    General Fund                                    110.50       110.50
        Total F-T-E All Funds                           110.50       110.50      0.00




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                        EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                           Budget                Budget
     Number               Account Title                        Description             2011-12               2012-13

SALARIES:

101-3501-512.10-01 Salaries                Salaries                                            145,700               157,100

101-3501-512.12-01 Fire Administration     Fire Administration                                 904,800               923,000

101-3501-512.12-16 Fire Supervision        Fire Supervision                                   1,594,600             1,617,000

101-3501-512.12-21 Firefighter             Firefighter                                        7,136,400             7,152,700

101-3501-512.18-05 Overtime Civilian       Overtime Civilian                                       500                   500

101-3501-512.18-07 Overtime Sworn          Overtime Sworn                                      278,300               335,300

101-3501-512.18-09 Holiday Sworn           Holiday Sworn                                       145,800               149,500

101-3501-512.18-80 Special Detail          Special Detail                                        15,400                15,800

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                    10,221,500            10,350,900

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-3501-512.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                     513,500               528,900

101-3501-512.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance                                  1,687,900             1,674,000

101-3501-512.19-09 Public Safety Pension   Public Safety Pension                              4,459,000             4,588,000

101-3501-512.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                                  18,000                21,400

101-3501-512.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                        9,100                 9,800

101-3501-512.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                            118,200               133,400

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                              6,805,700             6,955,500

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-3501-512.20-37 Central Dispatch        Fire Department portion (25%)
                                             Communications Services                           218,300               242,300

101-3501-512.20-40 General Insurance       Liability and property insurance                    177,100               182,400

101-3501-512.21-02 Equipment Maintenance   Mobile, main, portable & pager
                                             radio repairs                           7,000                 8,100
                                           Medical telemetry repairs                 1,000                 1,000
                                           Medical defibrillator service contract   10,000                10,000
                                           AED service contract                      6,000                 6,000
                                           Office equipment repairs                    200                   200
                                           Hose, nozzle & brass goods                  500                   500
                                           Station appliances                        5,000                 5,000
                                           Medical equipment repairs                 1,000                 1,000
                                           Self-contained breathing apparatus
                                             testing and repairs (IL OSHA)           3,000                 3,000
                                           SCBA compressor - service contract        3,700                 3,700
                                           Small tools & equipment                     500                   500
                                           Test equipment repairs                      500       38,400      500       39,500




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     Account                                                                                  Budget                Budget
     Number               Account Title                         Description                   2011-12               2012-13

101-3501-512.21-07 Vehicle Equip. Maint.      Lettering and graphics                        1,300                 1,300
                                              Vehicle equipment changeovers                 3,000        4,300    3,200        4,500

101-3501-512.21-65 Other Services             Cellular phone contract                      19,000                19,000
                                              NW Community Hospital computerized
                                                reporting system                           13,000                13,000
                                              Video-conferencing system - annual
                                                maintenance & technical support             5,000       37,000    5,000       37,000

101-3501-512.22-02 Dues                       Dues                                          2,000                 2,000
                                              MABAS                                         2,600                 3,000
                                              NIPSTA                                       25,000       29,600   25,000       30,000

101-3501-512.22-03 Training                   Firefighter/Officer Training:
                                                State Cert. Basic Firefighter Course (3)   14,000                 9,000
                                                Fire Apparatus Engineer Cert. Class           500                   500
                                                State Certified F/O Programs                1,000                 1,500
                                                Mid-level Management Courses                1,500                 2,000
                                                Fire Dept. Instructors Conference               0                 1,000
                                                Illinois Fire Chiefs Conferences                0                   800
                                                Continuing Education-Local Colleges         5,000                 5,000
                                                International Fire Chiefs Conference            0                     0
                                                Paramedic Continuing Education Classes     17,500                20,500
                                                Paramedic Course NWCH (4)                  13,500                26,000
                                                EMT Course NWCH (1)                           500                   800
                                                ESDA meetings, courses & seminars           1,200       54,700    1,200       68,300

101-3501-512.22-05 Postage                    Regular and registered mail                                2,500                 1,500

101-3501-512.22-10 Printing                   Fire, investigation and emergency
                                                incident reports                             200                   200
                                              Ambulance reports                              800                   800
                                              Administration forms and reports               500                   500
                                              Public education/ESDA                          500         2,000     500         2,000

101-3501-512.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopies, supplies & maintenance           5,800                 2,000
                                              Maintenance agreement Xerox 5150 (10 mos.)        0                   900
                                              Lease of Xerox W5645T (#2) (2 mos.)           2,900                   500
                                              Lease of Xerox WC4118P (#1)                     500                   500
                                              Lease of Xerox WC4118P (#2)                       0                   400
                                              Lease of Xerox WC4118P (#3)                     400                   400
                                              Lease of Xerox WC4118P (#4)                     400       10,000      400        5,100

101-3501-512.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge      Information Technology/GIS service charge              228,500               212,200

101-3501-512.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg   Vehicle lease charge                                   536,600               618,700

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            1,339,000             1,443,500

COMMODITIES:

101-3501-512.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                                 1,500                 1,500

101-3501-512.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   General office supplies                                    6,500                 6,800

101-3501-512.30-20 Photographic Supplies      Misc. film, processing                                      100                   100




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     Account                                                                                Budget                Budget
     Number                Account Title                       Description                  2011-12               2012-13

101-3501-512.30-35 Clothing                  Clothing for officers                        7,300                 7,500
                                             Clothing for firefighters & paramedics      60,000                60,000
                                             Firefighting protective clothing, boots,
                                               coats, bunker pants and gloves            33,700                36,500
                                             Contractual employee uniform maintenance    18,000                18,000
                                             Transfer to Training                        -7,500                     0
                                             Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover            22,506     134,006         0     122,000

101-3501-512.30-50 Petroleum Products        Gasoline for department vehicle(s)                       89,100              110,900

101-3501-512.31-45 Janitorial Supplies       Miscellaneous janitorial supplies                         7,000                 7,200

101-3501-512.31-55 Building Supplies         Miscellaneous building supplies (lumber,
                                              paint and hardware)                                      2,100                 2,100

101-3501-512.31-60 Chemicals                 Medical oxygen                               6,000                 6,400
                                             Fire extinguisher recharging & testing       1,100                 1,100
                                             Foam concentrates                            3,000       10,100    3,000       10,500

101-3501-512.31-65 Other Equip. & Supplies   Radio & pager batteries and parts            3,500                 3,500
                                             Telemetry & defibrillator batteries/parts    2,000                 2,000
                                             Miscellaneous repairs to small equipment     2,900                 5,000
                                             Filters for air purification compressors     2,300                 2,300
                                             HAZ/MAT test sensors                         1,400                 1,400
                                             Appliances for Fire Stations                 4,600                 4,600
                                             Furniture for Fire Stations                  5,000                 5,000
                                             Office furniture for Fire Stations           1,600                 1,600
                                             Emergency lighting and warning               4,600                 4,600
                                             Transfer to Training                        -2,500       25,400        0       30,000

101-3501-512.31-85 Small Tools and Equip.    Fire hose                                   10,000                10,000
                                             Rope & related equipment                     2,000                 2,000
                                             Dive rescue equipment                        2,000                 2,000
                                             Hazmat equipment                             3,000                 3,000
                                             Nozzles, applicators, brass goods &
                                               appliances                                 5,000                 5,000
                                             Miscellaneous tools, lights, etc.           26,000                26,000
                                             Rescue equipment (SQ3)                       6,000                 6,000
                                             USAR equipment                               3,000                 3,000
                                             Radios, VHF portables                        5,000                 5,000
                                             Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover             1,424       63,424        0       62,000

101-3501-512.32-80 Books                     Officer Training Series updates                  0                     0
                                             Updating station training manuals                0                   600
                                             Update maps and map books                      600                     0
                                             Emergency Medical Training Series            1,000                 1,000
                                             Miscellaneous reference books                1,200        2,800    1,200        2,800

101-3501-512.33-05 Other Supplies            Station supplies & materials                 3,200                 3,200
                                             Public education materials                   5,000                 5,000
                                             Fire related computer software               1,500        9,700    1,500        9,700

101-3501-512.33-50 Medical Supplies          Expendable bandages, drugs and various
                                              portable equipment                         32,000                35,000
                                             Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover            15,597       47,597        0       35,000

                                             TOTAL COMMODITIES                                      399,327               400,600
                                             TOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT                                18,765,527            19,150,500




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                                                   ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                     Director of Planning &
                    Community Development




                          Community
                                               Economic
       Planning          Development/
                                              Development
                        Redevelopment




     Urban Design          Housing              Zoning




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The Planning & Community Development Department provides professional and
technical assistance in the following areas:
  Planning and Management Assistance: Maintains and updates planning related data, responds to
  inquiries on planning, zoning, signage, and subdivision matters, and conducts studies which assist the
  decision-making process of Village development. Analyzes and interprets zoning for all properties in
  the Village, PUD's and special uses.

  Long Range/Comprehensive Planning: Formulates policies affecting overall and long-term Village
  development; collects, analyzes and presents data to determine community goals, assists in their
  attainment and interprets the Comprehensive Plan and implements the Comprehensive Planning
  Program. Facilitated development of the Downtown Master Plan, Metra STAR Line Master Plan, and
  coordinates its implementation. Presents educational Planning Program to area schools.

  Zoning and Development Review: Coordinates the Village's Development Review Process for new
  development or redevelopment including Planned Unit Developments, rezoning, special uses,
  preliminary and final plats of subdivision, land use variations and zoning variations. Analyzes issues
  and formulates recommendations to the Plan Commission and Village Board regarding the Zoning
  and Subdivision Control Regulations to better implement the Comprehensive Plan. Reviews all
  Building Permit applications for compliance with the Zoning Ordinance (including single family permits,
  commercial permits, multi-family permits, and fence permits) and all sign permits beginning in 2009.

  Housing and Community Development: Administers the various grant programs available from
  Federal agencies and provides assistance to qualified residents and public/private agencies in
  obtaining funds for eligible services from these programs. These grants include the Community
  Development Block Grant (CDBG), Community Development Block Grant – Recovery Program, and
  the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG). Ensures compliance with new Federal
  mandates. Directly administers the Single-Family Rehabilitation Program, rehabilitation of group
  homes and transitional housing, and other CDBG-funded construction projects. Monitors sub
  recipients that receive CDBG funds to provide social services or to undertake construction projects.
  Prepares the Village’s 5-year Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plans, and Fair Housing Plan,
  monitors legislation, and develops proposals and projects concerning affordable housing and other
  community development needs in the Village. Coordinates the Village’s involvement in the Northwest
  Housing Collaborative including chairing the Collaborative Steering Committee and overseeing the
  activities of the Collaborative Housing Coordinator. In 2012, will be the primary contact for the Homes
  for a Changing Region housing study to be conducted through a technical assistance grant from
  CMAP. Works with developers, such as the developers of Arlington Downs, to include affordable
  housing components in multi-family residential developments.

  Economic Development: Monitors Community and Economic Development activities, and promotes
  and markets the Village to maintain and enhance its economic base. Updates relevant economic and
  demographic data; coordinates the Business Retention and Attraction Programs; develops and
  coordinates the Discover Arlington Marketing and the Village’s Economic Development Program.

  Urban Design and Beautification: Oversees the review process for Design Commission
  applications, including single family homes, commercial development, variances for signage as well as
  administrative review of single family homes, commercial administrative review and signs in the
  Downtown and Village wide. Implementation of design guidelines; prepares design development and
  construction documents, specifications and contract administration for urban design beautification
  projects. Review of landscape plans for commercial projects. Reviews plans during the building permit
  review process. Development and research of special projects, such as corridor beautification,
  landscape medians, decorative lighting in the Downtown and Sign Code Modifications. Assist in CIP
  programming. Implementation of the Downtown Master Plan action items and development of long




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 range projects such as the Metra STAR Line. Work in conjunction with other Village departments such
 as Engineering and Public Works to implement Downtown streetscape, including beautification,
 pedestrian spaces, banners, and signage.

 Redevelopment: Analyzes, defines, selects and prepares specific area redevelopment studies
 including a systematic approach to Downtown revitalization. Coordinates property acquisition when
 appropriate for redevelopment. Coordinates municipal facilities. Development and research of early
 studies for Metra STAR Line project. Administers the Village’s four Tax Increment Financing (TIF)
 Districts.

 Boards and Commissions: Provides technical and administrative support, professional assistance
 and liaison to the following Boards and Commissions/Committees:

         ►   Plan Commission                                  ►   Arlington Economic Alliance
         ►   Ordinance Review Committee                       ►   Housing Commission
         ►   Plat and Subdivision Committee                   ►   Design Commission
         ►   Comprehensive Plan Subcommittee                  ►   Redevelopment Commission
         ►   Art Commission                                   ►   Zoning Board of Appeals

  Awards:
         2010 Winner of the Chaddick Municipal Development Process Award
         The 2009 Chicago Building Congress Merit Award for Village Hall

         The 2009 APWA Award for Village Hall, Project of the Year

         The 2008 Daniel Burnham Award for Excellence in Planning awarded by the Metropolitan
         Planning Council for the mixed-income Timber Court Condominium project.

         American Planning Association National Planning Award for Downtown planning and
         implementation.

         Daniel Burnham Award for Excellence in Planning awarded by the Metropolitan Planning
         Council for Downtown planning.

         The Presidents’ Arts Friendly Community Award presented by the Illinois Arts Council and the
         Illinois Municipal League for outstanding innovation and leadership in using the arts to build
         healthy communities.

  Regional Committees: Department representatives are members of the following Regional
  Committees:
               Metra STAR Line Regional Planning Task Force
               Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning 2040 Economic Development
                  Committee
               Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Housing Committee
               Municipal Design Review Network MDRN




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2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives
   ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce
     spending. Due to the economy, several capital projects were recommended by Staff for deferral
     and numerous operational efficiencies have been implemented.

      The Department submitted for, and received grant funding from EECBG, CMAQ, ITEP, CDBG,
      CDBG-R, Illinois Clean Energy Foundation, the Chicago Community Trust, and a technical
      assistance grant from CMAP.

      The Planning & Community Development Department distributes the monthly report electronically
      to 35 recipients including, Plan Commissioners, Design Commissioners, Economic Alliance
      members, and Department Directors. The initiative not only saves time and money, but reduces
      the use of paper resources. Specifically, an average monthly report of 17 pages reduces the
      usage of 595 sheets of copy paper or 7,140 sheets over a 2 month time period. In addition, zoning
      map printing was reduced from approximately $4,000 to $150 annually. Other reports such as
      Design Commission Certificates of Appropriateness and various commission agendas are
      distributed electronically.

      Direct e-blast marketing has also been initiated for select projects.

   ► Continue to coordinate the Village's Zoning and Development Review Process. The
     Department continues to coordinate a multitude of projects through the development review
     process.

      In 2010 the Village received the Chaddick Award. Receipt of the award reinforces the Village’s
      “pro-business friendly” commitment as well as the development and implementation of fair and
      equitable development processes that facilitates development of the highest quality in the most
      efficient and timely manner.

      The Planning and Community Development Department continues to implement the Pencil Date
      process for public hearings. In 2011 a total of 25 Plan Commission applications were submitted to
      the Village. Of the 25 applications, 19 cases went to Plan Commission. Fifteen of those cases that
      went to Plan Commission hit the target pencil date. The remaining 4 cases however were delayed
      due to length of time to receive developer responses to Departmental comments. The average
      length for all 19 Plan Commission petitions since 01/01/11 was 63 days from the time a complete
      application was submitted to the actual public hearing. The 2011 average is 18 days longer than
      the 2010 and 2009 average of 45 days. However, it should be noted that there were four cases
      (BP Convenient Mart and Car Wash, PNC Bank, Transitional Care Management, and Nathan’s
      Hot Dogs) that skewed the pencil date timelines due to improper notification and time delays by
      the petitioner. If these four cases were not factored in, then the average of the remaining 15
      cases, which did make their pencil date, was 40 days.

      The Department continues to successfully coordinate the Plan Commission review process for the
      Village (25 PC applications in 2011 and an additional 60 temporary/preliminary projects).

      Projects coordinated during the past year include: Jersey Mike’s Sandwiches, Smashburger,
      Caribou Coffee, Nathan’s Hot Dog’s, March Animal Hospital, Mobil Convenient Mart with Carry
      Out Restaurant (Papa Saverio’s Pizza), Transitional Care Management, Chapter 28 Text
      Amendment-Green Technology/Accessory Structures/R-6 standards, Arlington Crossings, Medical
      Office Building at 1051 W. Rand Road, PNC Bank, Metro Chicago Youth for Christ, Personal
      Appearance, Care Animal Hospital, BP Convenient Mart and Car Wash, Dakota K’s, HUG’s
      Resale, Family Pet Services, Jet’s Pizza, St. Viator High School Elevator Addition, Arlington
      Downs Mixed Use Development, Euclid/Rohlwing Overlay Zone, and Arbor Lane Town Homes,
      St. James Parish, and Japan Auto Services.




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    The Department also conducts all zoning reviews to determine compliance with all zoning and
    landscape codes. A total of 2,295 zoning reviews took place in 2011. In 2010, a total of 2,012
    zoning reviews took place and 1,852 in 2009. There were 30 petitions processed and heard by the
    Zoning Board of Appeals in 2011.

 ► Continue to recommend changes in the Zoning and Subdivision Control Regulations to
   better implement the Comprehensive Plan. The Planning & Community Development
   Department and the Plan Commission are researching, analyzing and developing several
   ordinance amendments.

    The Department is continually reviewing various Village policies and codes for areas in need of
    amendments. In particular, as a result of taking over the zoning review for the Village in 2004, staff
    noted certain sections of the Zoning Ordinance that could be clarified or updated to meet current
    standards and/or demands. In 2010, the Department identified the lack of zoning regulations
    encouraging and permitting the installation of accessory renewable energy systems for residential,
    commercial, office, and manufacturing properties within the Village. To correct this, the
    Department developed draft zoning regulations to permit, by varying degrees, forms of solar, wind,
    and geothermal energy systems. The draft language was presented to the Ordinance Review
    Committee, the Plan Commission and the Committee-of-the-Whole. The text amendments were
    approved in the summer of 2011. Amendments to the Zoning Ordinance allow for solar and
    geothermal with regulations. In addition amendments have been included for tree houses which
    include a maximum size.

 ► To administer and improve the management of the Village’s Community Development
   Block Grant (CDBG) and Community Development Block Grant-Recover (CDBG-R),
   programs, comply with new Federal mandates and programs, and develop other programs
   and resources. The Planning & Community Development Department continues to ensure that
   HUD requirements are being satisfied with regard to coordination of the CDBG Program and to
   administer the various grant programs available from federal agencies. The Department
   coordinated and monitored the sub recipients for the CDBG fiscal year 2011 - 2012 Program
   funded in the amount of $400,760.

    The Department continues to prepare planning documents, financial reports and performance
    reports required by Federal sources (e.g., Consolidated Plan-Annual Action Plan, Fair Housing
    Plan, and Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report). In spring 2011, the Village’s
    FY 2011/2012 Annual Action Plan, was approved by the Village Board. However, it was necessary
    to amend the FY 2011/2012 Annual Action Plan when the Federal government approved a CDBG
    budget that was lower than anticipated and resulted in a substantial (over 15%) reduction in the
    CDBG allocation to the Village. The Village completed the substantial amendment process in the
    summer of 2011 and the Village’s Annual Action Plan, as amended, was approved by HUD.

    The Department also monitored guidance provided by HUD concerning the implementation of the
    American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009 that made a supplemental appropriation of
    CDBG funds available to the Village. The Department managed the allocations from the CDBG-R
    funding to public service agencies that provided eligible services under the CDBG-R program. The
    Department assisted two agencies that received CDBG-R grant awards from the Village for
    energy audits and energy improvements with respect to five group homes in the Village. The
    energy related rehab work at the five group homes was completed.

    The Department directly administered the Single-Family Rehabilitation Loan Program through
    which $4,766,687 has been loaned to 467 homeowners for moderate home rehabilitation since
    1978. By the end of calendar year 2011, $2,454,082 has been repaid and reprogrammed for
    CDBG-eligible programs. In 2011, 7 Single-Family Rehab projects have been completed or are
    well underway.




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   The Department continued to implement the new Home Energy Program funded through the
   Department of Energy’s Energy Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) program. The Home Energy
   Program involves taking applications from homeowners seeking to have home energy audits
   conducted at their homes. The cost of a typical home energy audit is $500 of which the Village
   pays half and the homeowner pays half. Homeowners may then apply for 0% interest, deferred
   loans from the Village to complete improvements recommended in the home energy audits. The
   loan funds from the Village are for half the cost of the improvements up to a maximum of $3,000.
   The loans are repaid when the homes are sold, thereby creating a revolving loan fund for this
   program.

   The Home Energy Program was fully developed in 2010 and implementation continued in 2011.
   Application forms are available at the Department and on the Village’s website. As of the end of
   2011, 23 home energy audits were approved for a total of $8,000, and 8 loans were closed for a
   total of $20,597.

   The Department evaluated changes in the housing market, including foreclosures, and their
   impact on the Village and its housing programs. There is a developing trend at the Federal level
   away from the previous very strong emphasis on homeownership programs and more toward a
   balanced approach including more funding for affordable rental projects.

   The Department tracked the number of homes in Arlington Heights for which foreclosure actions
   have been filed, the number of homes in the auction process due to foreclosures, and the number
   of homes that became bank-owned due to foreclosures. Information concerning resources
   identified to assist residents who are at risk of foreclosure was distributed.

   The report was published for a Technical Assistance Workshop held by the Urban Land Institute,
   in which the Department represented the Village of Arlington Heights as a sample northwest
   suburb to examine and identify possible actions to be taken with respect to condominium
   foreclosures. Condominium foreclosures constitute approximately 50% of the foreclosures in
   Arlington Heights and represent unique issues for owners and the Village.

   The Village continued to work with the Metropolitan Planning Council, the Metropolitan Mayors
   Caucus, the Village of Palatine, the Village of Mt. Prospect, the Village of Buffalo Grove, and the
   City of Rolling Meadows to form the Northwest Housing Collaborative. This group is looking at
   their housing needs individually and collectively as a sub-region. In August 2011, the Village
   Board, and the Village Boards and City Council of the other communities, approved and entered
   into a Intergovernmental Agreement to formalize the group. This group, called the Northwest
   Housing Collaborative, received a grant from the Chicago Community Trust through a grant
   application submitted by the Village of Arlington Heights to hire a part-time Housing Coordinator to
   pursue the groups priorities to address condo foreclosures and preserve affordable rental housing.
    The Housing Coordinator was hired in November, 2011. The Village of Arlington Heights, as the
   first year “lead municipality” in the Northwest Housing Collaborative is overseeing the work of the
   Housing Coordinator and is chairing the Collaborative Steering Committee.

   The Department applied for, and was approved for, a technical assistance grant from CMAP for a
   “Homes for a Changing Region” study to be conducted for the Collaborative communities
   individually and collectively. The Department began providing data needed by CMAP to begin the
   “Homes for a Changing Region” study process.

   The Affordable Housing Trust Fund Task Force began meeting in November 2011 to investigate
   whether an affordable housing trust fund would be a beneficial tool for preserving and creating
   affordable housing in Arlington Heights.

   Seek opportunities to implement the Village Board’s goal to encourage affordable private
   housing. Consistent with the Village Board’s goal to encourage and promote the development of




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     private affordable housing, the Department continued its involvement with the affordable housing
     program at Timber Court Condominiums. Timber Court Condominiums is a 3-building
     condominium development that is planned to contain 108 units. Twenty percent (20%) of the units
     are restricted for sale to low and moderate-income homebuyers at affordable sale prices. Upon
     resale, the units must be resold to low and moderate-income homebuyers at restricted resale
     prices that will keep the units affordable in perpetuity. The first two of the three buildings have
     been constructed. These two buildings contain 14 affordable units. Sales of the affordable units
     began in late 2007 and continued into 2008. Eleven of the 14 affordable units have been sold.

 ► At the end of 2011, the Village continued to address issues raised by market conditions that are
   making it difficult to finance the sale of condominiums, including those at Timber Court. The
   Department made a process and forms available to owners of affordable units at Timber Court
   that allow eligible owners to temporary lease their units to low/moderate income tenants at
   affordable rents until the units can quality for financing and values have had the opportunity to
   rebound.

     In 2011, the Department drafted an Affordable Rental Program along the same lines as the
     affordable housing toolkit for for-sale housing. The Village worked with the developers of the
     Arlington Downs proposed project to include affordable housing units in that development for low-
     income, disabled, and veterans.

 ► To annually review the Comprehensive Plan and formulate policies affecting Village
   development. Pursue the development and implementation of the long term
   Comprehensive Planning Program. The Village’s development review process functions by
   evaluating a developer’s proposals and zoning requests based upon the Comprehensive Plan and
   the appropriate Village codes.

     The Department continues to implement the Comprehensive Planning Program and the individual
     redevelopment, corridor and annexation studies. Implementation of the adopted Downtown Master
     Plan continued. The Metra STAR Line Master Plan was adopted in 2009. The Master Plan for the
     STAR Line sets forth goals and objectives for redevelopment in conjunction with the STAR Line.
     The Village will continue to pursue redevelopment of underdeveloped land throughout the Village,
     targeting commercial areas with redevelopment potential. Planning is currently underway for the
     Hickory Kensington area study update.

 ► Continue to monitor community and economic development climate to better enhance
   business retention and attraction. Coordinate new pro-active marketing and economic
   development programs. Focus on use of the new web site to bolster retention, recruitment
   and marketing programs. The Department continues to take a pro-active approach to
   monitoring and enhancing the local economic base. Space available is regularly tracked through
   vacancy surveys and broker referrals. Assistance is provided to retail, commercial, and industrial
   users.

     During 2011, the Village's economic development strategy was successful in attracting
     businesses to locate or expand existing facilities in the Village of Arlington Heights. The economic
     development strategy has also focused upon major anchor retailers and junior anchors to assist in
     our shopping center redevelopment efforts as well as small business attraction and retention.

     The 3 primary Economic Development Strategies are:

            Business Attraction
            Business Retention
            Discover Arlington Marketing




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   BUSINESS ATTRACTION

   The Department of Planning and Community Development continues to implement an aggressive
   business marketing program, including advertising and trade show attendance. In 2011, this
   program has produced over 314 leads of businesses that are seeking to expand or relocate. Staff
   attended several national and local trade shows to promote the community. Total recruitment
   contacts for 2011 were 908.

   The most noteworthy new retail businesses that were recruited by staff include True Value
   Hardware, hhgregg, Ross Dress For Less, Binny’s Beverage Depot, Smashburger, Jersey Mikes,
   Caribou Coffee, Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant and Saver’s. A renaissance has occurred at
   the Annex of Arlington Shopping Center going from only 60 percent occupancy to over 90 percent.
   hhgregg opened in October in 33,000 square feet and Binny’s Beverage Depot opened in
   November in 22,000 square feet. The three new restaurants Smashburger, Jersey Mike’s and
   Caribou Coffee opened in the vacant former Lone Star Steakhouse in October. Party City is
   relocating from Northpoint Shopping Center and is currently in the midst of their build-out at the
   Annex of Arlington. Dollar Tree is expected to open in 2012

   Staff recruited Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant to take over the vacant former Pappadeaux
   Seafood Kitchen. The 26,000 square foot facility is situated on over five acres and is the largest
   restaurant facility in the Village. Cooper’s Hawk opened in November and had the strongest
   opening of any Cooper’s Hawk unit surpassing the Naperville location.

   In Downtown Arlington Heights some of the new businesses include Pulsation Yoga, Popolicious,
   La Roca Tapas Restaurant, ChicagoMicro, dmb Group, TTOWA Restaurant and Shapes Supply.
   Biggby Coffee opened a new location in the Downtown Arlington Heights Train Station and a new
   operator of the Java Depot opened in the Arlington Park Train Station. Culver’s Restaurant will
   open on the former Mark Motors site in 2012 along with the Chicago Swim School, Sherwin
   Williams and several other retail stores.

   In the retail and service sectors, a number of businesses opened new facilities or expanded
   existing facilities in Arlington Heights. Some of the over 100 new businesses recruited into
   Arlington Heights include Goodwill Store, Spunky Dunkers, Furniture Stop, Tuesday Morning,
   Here We Go Again, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, AT&T Store, Burger Baron, Sushi Gen, Kasper’s
   Carry Out, Jet Pizza, Midwest Gold Buyers, Sozai Banzai Restaurant, Blushing Bride Boutique,
   Victory Leathers and Tropical Smoothie Cafe, among many others. Savers will open a 30,000
   square foot store in the Bang & Olufsen space at Dundee and Ridge Road in 2012. Burger Baron
   will open in the former Garabaldi’s space at International Plaza. Over 100 new businesses opened
   in Arlington Heights in 2011 adding over 1,100 new jobs. Some of the businesses that closed in
   2011 include Mario’s Trattoria Restaurant, Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen, Siegelman’s Deli, Old
   Navy, Arlington Pak N Ship, Design Toscano, J & B Meat Market, All that Jazz, State Farm
   Insurance, Blockbuster Video, Floral Galleria, K & D Computer Service, Jimmy’s Place, Urban
   Harvest, Castle Rock Security, Inc., PC Embroidery, Marilee Bridal,

   Significant non-retail attraction efforts have resulted in assistance provided too many businesses.
   The following key non-retail businesses received assistance including ChicagoMicro, Pulsation
   Yoga, Intuit, Abbott Home Health, Alexian Brothers Center for Mental Health, Medwin Home
   Health, Ryosan Technologies USA, RG Ray Corporation, Bodhi Prem Corp., Ohmite MFG Corp.,
   Avtevant Technologies Inc., LaSalle Network, Aral Parts America, Count Me In, LLC and Health
   Screenings Plus. The sale of Motorola Mobility to Nokia Siemens Networks was finalized and staff
   assisted Nokia Siemens with licensing, permits and signage.

   In addition, a significant amount of time has been spent on Arlington Downs the redevelopment of
   the vacant former Sheraton Hotel and CoCo Key Water Park. Staff has assisted the project’s
   developer the Argent Group with concept plans and short and long range master planning.




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   The Department of Planning and Community Development worked closely with the Arlington
   Economic Alliance throughout 2011 on the Downtown Business Survey and Discover Arlington
   Marketing Strategy. The Downtown Business Survey provided information from businesses on
   hours of operation, participation in Village events, customer origin, and marketing efforts. One of
   the goals of the Economic Alliance is to promote common hours of operation. The Discover
   Arlington Marketing Strategy focused upon web site design upgrades, enhanced web site content,
   and overall web site utilization. The Economic Alliance worked with the Marketing Team on the
   Metra Billboards, Quick Response (QR) Code for Smart Phones, Chicago Trib Local on-line
   banner advertising, North South Banner Connectors, Downtown Kiosk Directories, and Storefront
   Banners. The objective was to enhance the awareness, visibility and use of the
   www.discoverarlington.com web site. There was also advertising placed in the Chicago Tribune
   and the Daily Herald. All of these initiatives provided a cohesive branding strategy along with the
   addition of the QR codes. The Economic Alliance has been actively engaged in the Discover
   Arlington Marketing initiatives which promote shopping, dining, and entertainment opportunities in
   Arlington Heights. The Economic Alliance also supported and promoted the Village’s
   “Quasquicentennial” the 125th Anniversary, among other initiatives.

   BUSINESS RETENTION

   In 2011, retention visits amounted to over 400 and were comprised as follows: 69% retail/hotel,
   office 21%, and industrial 10%. We continue to focus more attention on office and industrial
   tenants. These contacts covered issues ranging from the permitting issues, landlord/lease
   concerns, and construction projects to marketing ideas, and event planning.

   The Department worked diligently in the retention effort for Aurico Reports and Benefits Express.
   These firms considered a move from Arlington Heights to another community. Staff met with the
   companies several times to determine their needs and assist in the retention effort. Staff compiled
   a list of available properties in Arlington Heights and worked with the office brokerage community
   to identify suitable locations in the Village. After several months of effort, Aurico Reports decided
   to remain in Arlington Heights. Staff has continued to assist in permitting and signage matters.

   The Arlington Economic Alliance Business Newsletters were distributed to over 3,800 business
   owners and managers throughout the Village in both the Spring and Fall. Additionally, the
   Arlington Economic Alliance successfully hosted its 12th and 13h Economic Outreach Breakfast in
   the Spring and Fall. The Spring Breakfast speaker was Preston Scruggs from Groupon, Inc. who
   described Groupon’s coupon strategy and programs for small businesses. The second speaker
   was Greg Galanos from Energy 360 Solutions who described ways to improve the energy
   efficiency of your business and save on energy costs. The theme for the Fall Economic Alliance
   Breakfast was “Strategies to Improve Your Business.” The featured speaker was Maria Coons
   from Harper College who described all the programs and services available to business at Harper
   College. Domenic Rinaldi from Chicago Sunbelt Partners provided insight on enhancing the
   overall value of your small business and other business valuation techniques. The Spring and Fall
   Economic Alliance Breakfasts recorded attendance of between 50 and 70 persons.

   In 2012, the Department of Planning & Community Development is planning another real estate
   broker and developer event. The event will provide a networking opportunity for the Village to
   interact with the real estate community and provide a presentation on development and
   redevelopment opportunities in the Village.

   DISCOVER ARLINGTON MARKETING

   During 2011, the Marketing Team & Arlington Economic Alliance proceeded with implementation
   of major Spring 2011 and Fall/Holiday 2011marketing programs. The programs highlighted a
   “Discover Arlington – Shopping, Dining, Entertainment” theme and included publicity on the




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   Village’s major commercial areas as well as scheduled special events. The programs each
   included the following:

      ► Series of newspaper ads in the Chicago Tribune and Daily Herald for the spring campaign
        and Fall/Holiday campaign.

      ► Discover Arlington Heights Metra Billboard advertising was placed on 10 Metra Billboards
        along the Union Pacific Northwest Line and the Metra Northcental Service Line. The
        Metra Stations include Barrington, Arlington Park, Arlington Heights, Mt. Prospect,
        Palatine, Cumberland, and Park Ridge on the UP Northwest Line. On the Northcentral
        Service Line the stations include Buffalo Grove, Wheeling and Prospect Heights.

          Discover Arlington Heights advertising was placed on Chicago Trib Local on-line banner
          ads in October and November. The target zone for October includes Arlington Heights
          and for November it is Arlington Heights and Mt. Prospect. The October click rate was .26
          while the November click rate was .20. The national average click rate is .04

      ► A Business Video Program was launched by the Arlington Economic Alliance and Lorelle
        Communications in 2010 and expanded in 2011 to promote local Arlington Heights
        businesses and promote shopping locally. Arlington TV through the Discover Website had
        approximately 4,000 views.

   Other 2011 marketing accomplishments included the following:

      ► Discover Web site
             The Discover web site was maintained, upgraded, and promoted resulting in a
               65% increase in visits from 22,360 in 2010 to 36,924 in 2011.
      ► Downtown Business Directories
             The Village distributed 16,000 Downtown Business Directories in 2009, 2010 and
               2011.
             The directories were distributed to the 9 village hotels, downtown retailers, train
               stations, village hall, and placed on the Village web site.

      ► Downtown Storefront Banners
            The Village implemented storefront banner displays in vacant downtown
              storefronts to promote the existing available retail location as well as to promote
              the Discover Marketing theme. There are currently 13 banners hung to highlight
              the existing retail location. Some of the banners had to be relocated due to new
              stores coming into the vacant properties including Pulsation Yoga and
              Popolicious.
            The storefront banner program will be expanded to other locations in the Village
              in 2012.

      ► Quick Response (QR) Codes for Smart Phones
             The Village implemented the addition of QR codes to all of its marketing efforts so
               all ads can take the end user to the web site.

      ► Arlington Heights Discover Guide – Destination Marketing Guide
              The Discover Guide was published and distributed to all the hotels in a joint effort
                between the Village and Chamber of Commerce. The Discover Guide is also
                prominently displayed on the Daily Herald web site as well as www.vah.com and
                www.discoverarlington.com web sites. The guides continue to be distributed at
                the Chamber of Commerce, Convention Bureau, Train Stations, Metropolis
                Performing Arts Centre, area restaurants, apartment complexes and every hotel
                room in Arlington Heights hotels.




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       ► www.discoverarlington.com business cards
             The www.discoverarlington.com business cards continue to be distributed.
             The business cards are on display at all departments in the Village Hall as well as
                at the 10 Village hotels, Metropolis Performing Arts Centre, Park District, train
                stations, and major retailers.

       ► Posters
             Updated Downtown Business Directory in kiosks and parking garages
             Spring/Summer 2011 – Event Calendar
             Arlington Heights Halloween Event
             Fall / Holiday 2011 – Event Calendar
             Harmony Park Kiosk Posters
             Other Events and Activities

       ► Economic Development Advertorials
             Business Facilities Magazine
             Area Development Magazine
             Shopping Center Business Magazine
             Retail Traffic Magazine
             Holiday Season Ads in the Chicago Tribune and Daily Herald

       ► Economic Development Brochure
             The Planning Department and the Arlington Economic Alliance printed 1,500
               copies of the Village’s Economic Development Brochure and also placed the
               brochure on the Village web site.
             The brochure is a testament to the strong business climate in Arlington Heights
               and the excellent business location.
             The brochure is provided at the Village Hall information desk as well as at the
               Department of Planning & Community Development.
             Updates the Economic Development Brochure are in progress and will be
               completed in 2012

   During 2011, a variety of major events and programs attracted consumers to the Downtown area
   including Sounds of Summer/Unplugged Thursdays, Farmers’ Market, Picnic in the Park, Taste of
   Arlington, the Mane Event, Autumn Harvest, the Annual Holiday Ceremony Lighting Ceremony/
   Quasquicentennial 125th Anniversary Kickoff, Take a Bough Holiday Tree Decorating Contest,
   Visit with Santa at Harmony Park, and the 5K Run with Santa. Event planning by the Village
   Manager’s office and the Special Events Commission was complemented by event marketing
   efforts of the Marketing Team.

   Continue to administer the Village’s Beautification Program (aesthetic improvements to
   high visibility areas). As part of TIF II beautification projects and the Downtown Master Plan in
   January of this year. The North South Banners are located on Evergreen Avenue, Dunton Avenue
   and Vail Avenue just north of the train tracks with 2 at each location. The banner assembly
   matches the site furnishings in the Downtown with a solar light component to light the banners at
   night. The banner graphics are in keeping with the marketing branding theme, “Always More to
   Discover”. Other planned improvements include an additional landscaped median on north
   Arlington Heights Road near Dundee Road as part of the roadway improvements. The median is
   part of a cost sharing program with the County. The Village has been approved for up to $60,850
   in grant money for the Davis Street walkway. The project has been bid and construction for the
   walkway will begin in the spring of 2012. The Illinois Transportation Enhancement Program (ITEP)
   received many more requests than it was able to support. The grant will pay approximately 80% of
   project costs and the Village would need to budget and fund the remaining 20%. Staff has
   developed and revised conceptual corridor improvement plans for south Arlington Heights Road,




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    along with a report, survey, and images of improvements in local communities. In addition, Staff
    has identified opportunities for corridor enhancements for the TIF IV area and the TIF III and V
    area. Staff is evaluating existing constraints, opportunities and areas that may be improved
    through mapping corridors and establishing limits. Streetscape enhancements will contribute to a
    stronger identity for each business district. Staff is evaluating the existing train station site in the
    downtown for an exhibit on sustainability. The exhibit will focus on renewable energy such as
    wind, solar, and geothermal as well as renewable materials, landscaping, and transportation. The
    exhibit may feature products such as a rain barrel, insulated thermal windows and green roof
    products.

    The Arts Commission is continuing to facilitate communications with the community and local
    artists with events such as the Artist Outreach Effort, Chair Competition, Photography
    Competition, and the Village Hall rotating art program. The Commission hosted four rotating art
    exhibits at Village Hall in the last year. In the fall of 2011, The Arts Commission announced the
    winner of the Cultural Arts Award. The purpose of the award is to recognize an individual or group
    in honor of their substantial achievements in the arts. In addition, the Commission is hosting with
    the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre and School District 25 a creative writing program for
    students. The writing program would ultimately allow students to see their writing pieces
    performed by actors. The Arts Commission is also developing a brochure that will feature cultural
    arts events for the 125th Anniversary Celebration.

 ► Update and Implement Sign Code Modification to address current issues. Staff is continuing
   to update and implement Sign Code Modifications in phases to address current issues.

    The Sign Tool Kit was completed in 2010. In 2011 a You Tube Video of the Sign Tool Kit was
    created along with updates. The Sign Tool Kit is a graphic tool for local businesses, retailers and
    sign companies to review the Sign Code. It offers positive solutions, diagrams and visual case
    studies on how businesses can effectively use various signage to help identify a business. The
    Sign Tool Kit also explains the Village sign permit process. The Sign Tool Kit has been placed on
    the Village website. The Department also sent local area sign companies an outreach letter
    informing them of the Sign Tool Kit, guidelines for a successful signage program, permit
    requirements and illegal signs that are not allowed. Positive feedback was received from sign
    companies as well as other municipalities on the Sign Tool Kit. The Sign Tool Kit was presented
    to the Chamber of Commerce and was favorably received. The businesses requested that uniform
    enforcement of signs take place. The Sign Tool Kit was presented to the American Planning
    Association with favorable feedback.

    In 2011staff implemented Phase III modifications to the code that included corner projecting blade
    signs and downtown ground signs. Corner projecting blade signs are a new option for signage
    where as the downtown ground signs have been modified to reduce the height to 6 feet and a
    maximum of 30 square feet. For signs that are on Northwest Highway and or Arlington Heights
    Road, the modified regulations would reduce the overall heights to 10 feet and 35 square feet
    maximum.

    In August of 2011 staff conducted three sessions of a Visual Preference Survey. The survey
    utilized a CMAP tool which allows the audience to actively engage in the survey and show results
    immediately on the screen. The survey asked the audience opinion or preference by comparing
    and contrasting slides. This helps in the analysis to determine if certain topics need to be
    addressed and prioritized. The survey evaluated signage throughout the Village. This included
    shopping center ground signs, outlot building ground signs, message boards, gas station ground
    signs, awnings, landscaping for signs, electronic signs, wall signs, and design considerations.
    Staff invited business owners, residents, shopping center owners, representatives from home
    owners associations as well as sign company representatives. Seventy-five total participants
    attended all three VPS sessions.




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 ► Continue to implement a Design Review Program. Staff is continuing to implement
   Administrative approvals to help stream line the agenda and produce a quick turn around time on
   projects. Administrative approvals are in place for single-family homes, commercial reviews and
   signs in the Downtown.

    During 2011, a total of 217 projects were reviewed for design of which 83 were reviewed by the
    Design Commission. The Design Commission held 21 meetings and reviewed the following: 13
    Commercial projects, 1 Institutional project, 27 single-family, 0 multi-family, 10 commercial sign
    variations, 1 Mixed-Use, 13 re-reviews, and 18 preliminary reviews. In addition, the Planning staff
    approved 57 single-family administrative reviews, 9 CBD sign/awning administrative reviews, 2
    administrative commercial reviews, 24 substantial compliance administrative reviews, and 42
    temporary project reviews. For a full Design Commission review from the time of formal submittal,
    it took an average of 18.0 days for a single family home, an average of 18.6 days for a sign
    variation, an average of 10.2 days for a commercial review, an average of 13.0 days for
    institutional, an average of N/A days for a multi-family project, and a combined average for all
    projects took 15.0 days. For an administrative design review from the time of formal submittal, it
    took an average of 4.4 days for a Single-Family Home, an average of 2.5 days for a commercial
    project, and Downtown sign projects took an average of 2.3 days, 2.0 days for a multi-family
    project, for a combined average of 2.8 days. A substantial compliance review from the time of
    formal submittal took an average of 2.7 days for a single-family home, and an average of 6.8 days
    for a commercial project, for a combined average of 2.3 days. Staff continues to work with
    developers on a timely review and implementation of Village review processes. In 2011 the
    significant reviews were Goodwill, hhgregg, Ross Dress for Less, Cooper’s Hawk, Arlington
    Downs, Sign Variation for Northwest Community Hospital, Carlos and Carlos, Sign Variation for
    Mariano’s, Sign Variation for a Mother’s Touch, Sign Variation for Nissan, Modifications to the
    Chapter 30 Sign Regulations and a Visual Preference Survey.

 ► Analyze, define, select and prepare specific area redevelopment studies. Village-wide
   redevelopment studies will continue to be developed as part of the Comprehensive Planning
   Program.

 ► To spur economic development and revitalize the northeast corner of Golf and Arlington
   Heights Road, the Village continued to pursue the TIF IV Redevelopment Plan. Land
   acquisition has commenced in order to redevelop the immediate corner.

 ► To promote a systematic approach to Downtown revitalization through implementation of
   the Downtown Master Plan. A systematic approach to redevelopment is being facilitated and
   coordinated, as various projects continued through the planning and construction/completion
   phases. Capital Improvements funded by the TIF II are complete. A Redevelopment Agreement
   was negotiated to assist in the environmental clean-up of the 212 N. Dunton property. TIF
   financial projections were updated and annual reports filed with the State.

 ► Continue to participate in the Regional Transportation effort to develop the Metra STAR
   Line. Planning & Community Development Staff and the Mayor continue to attend and participate
   in the STAR Line planning. The Comprehensive Plan and Official Map were amended to
   designate property as a future station site. The Metra STAR Line Plan was developed and
   adopted by the Village Board.

 ► Coordinate the planning and redevelopment of the Village Municipal Campus. The Planning
   & Community Development Department coordinated the Police Station Space Needs analysis
   which was completed in 2010.

 ► Develop and implement the Village’s Energy Efficiency Conservation Strategy (EECS) and
   Energy Efficiency Conservation Block Grant (EECBG)The Planning & Community
   Development Department coordinated the Village’s EECBG Committee and the development of




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      the Village’s Environmental Conservation Strategy (EECS) as well as the development of a Green
      Corner on the Village’s web site. The EECBG grant application for $714,000 was filed and
      approved. Detailed analysis of projects for consideration of an amended application was
      presented to the Village Board. All approved projects are in various stages of implementation.


2012-13 Goals and Objectives
  ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce spending.

  ► Continue to coordinate and improve the Village’s Zoning and Development Review Process.

  ► Continue to recommend changes in the Zoning and Subdivision Control Regulations to better
    implement the Comprehensive Plan
  ► To administer and improve the management of the Village’s Community Development Block Grant
    program, comply with new federal mandates and programs, and develop other programs and
    resources.
  ► Seek and follow up on opportunities to implement the Village Board’s goal to encourage private
    affordable housing.
  ► Serve as the lead municipality in the Northwest Housing Collaborative which will involve
    overseeing the Collaborative part-time Housing Coordinator.
  ► Manage the Village’s involvement in the CMAP “Homes for a Changing Region Study” being
    conducted for the Village’s of Arlington Heights, Mt. Prospect, Palatine, Buffalo Grove and the City
    of Rolling Meadows through a technical assistant grant applied for by the Village of Arlington
    Heights on behalf of all of the involved communities.
  ► To annually review the Comprehensive Plan and formulate policies affecting Village development.
    Pursue the development and implementation of the long-term Comprehensive Planning Program.
  ► Continue to monitor community and economic development climate to better enhance business
    retention and attraction. Coordinate new pro-active marketing and economic development
    programs. Coordinate the Discover Arlington tourism marketing initiatives with the Arlington
    Economic Alliance.
  ► Continue to administer the Village’s Beautification Program (aesthetic improvements to high
    visibility areas).
  ► Update and Implement Sign Code Modification to address current issues.
  ► Continue to implement a Design Review Program.
  ► Analyze, define, select and prepare specific area redevelopment studies.
  ► To promote a systematic approach to Downtown revitalization through implementation of the
    Downtown Master Plan.
  ► Continue to participate in the Regional Transportation effort to develop the Metra STAR Line.
  ► Coordinate the planning & redevelopment of the Village Municipal Campus.
  ► Develop and implement the Village’s Energy Efficiency Conservation Strategy (EECS) and Energy
    Efficiency Conservation Block Grant (EECBG).




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Performance Measures                                               Calendar Year
                                                      2009             2010            2011
Staffing                                               10                9               9

Planning Staff Tasks
   Meetings                                                  N/A          1,735            1,576
   Emails                                                    N/A         25,641           35,461
   Letters/Memos/Reports                                     N/A          1,913            1,668
   Front Counter Walk-ins                                    N/A            582              667
   Telephone Calls                                           N/A         18,105           16,872
   Commissions Staffed                                         6              6                6


1. Development – Plan Commission
   # of Temporary Files                                       57            75                 60
   # of Plat and Subdivision Cases                            30            23                 29
   # of Comprehensive Plan Sub-Committee Cases                 1             0                  1
   # of Ordinance Review Committee Cases                       0             1                  1
   # of Special Use Waiver Cases for Antennas                  8             7                 10
   # of PC Applications                                       23            16                 25
   Average # of days from application to PC Hearing           45            45                 63


2. Development – Other
   # of all Zoning Reviews                              1,852             2,012             2,295
   # of ZBA Applications/Reviewed                          24                34                30
   # of Building Permit Reviews                         1,615             1,753             1,987
   # of Business License Reviews                          197               194               175
   # of Home Occupation Reviews                            19                31                20


3. Building Permit Review Time
   # Single-Family                                    1.8 days         2.3 days       1.63 days
   # Multi-Family                                     0.5 days         3.4 days       1.78 days
   # Commercial                                       3.5 days         3.5 days       2.13 days
   # Fence                                            0.6 days          .7 days          .7 days


4. Sign Permits                                              223           239                287


5. Community Development
   # Single-Family Rehab Projects                             10             7                  6
   # CDBG Public Services Beneficiaries                      596           556               415*
   # Public Facility Improvement Projects                      1             2                  5
   # Home Energy Audits Approved                             N/A            16                 23
   # Home Energy Loans Approved                              N/A             4                  8
   # Home Energy Audits Closed                               N/A             2                  8
                                                                                        *Lower than
                                                                                     previous years
                                                                                   due to reduction
                                                                                    in funding from
                                                                                              HUD.




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Performance Measures (cont.)                                      Calendar Year
                                                     2009             2010         2011
6. Business Development
   # Retention Business Visits                              794            252            445
   # Leads from all sources                                 180            264            314
   # Leads from ICSC Events                                  55             69             86
   # Total Recruitment Contacts                             N/A            N/A            908
   # Chamber & Business Events Attended                      46             39             46
   # New Business Welcome Letters Sent                       85            124            110


7. Design Review
   # of Reviews by Design Commission                         58             58             83
   # of Administrative Single Family Homes                   29             37             57
   # of Administrative Signage reviews                       10             13              9
   # of Administrative Commercial                             5              7              2
   # of Temporary Files                                      43             62             42
   # of Miscellaneous Administrative reviews                 25             21             24
   # of Total Reviews                                       170            198            217


8. Design Commission Review Time
   Full Design Commissions
   - Single-Family Home                              31.6 days        19.1 days    18.0 days
   - Commercial Project                              10.5 days         9.0 days    10.2 days
   - Downtown Commercial                                   N/A              N/A          N/A
   - Sign Variation                                  10.6 days        14.4 days    18.6 days
   - Multi-Family                                      12 days         9.0 days          N/A
   - Institutional                                         N/A              N/A         13.0

   Administrative Design Review Time
   - Single-Family Home                              11.9 days         5.8 days     4.4 days
   - Commercial Project                               3.5 days         5.0 days     2.5 days
   - Sign Project                                     7.5 days         1.8 days     2.3 days
   - Multi-family                                          N/A              N/A     2.0 days


9. Design – Other
   # of Landscape Reviews Commercial & Homes                 41             39             45
   # of Landscape Maintenance & Inspections                  54             49             55
   # of Landscape Beautification Projects                     9              6              3


10. Public Art
    Event recruitment letters                            1494            1,442         1,530
    Follow up leads                                       198              255           384
    Commission Events                                       9                9            10


11. Special Projects
    # of Special Projects                                    32             34             33




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                                   OPERATION SUMMARY

PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                                                                         4001

                                       2009-10       2010-11      2011-12       2011-12       2012-13        $              %
                                        Actual        Actual      Est Act       Budget        Budget       Change         Change

Authorized Positions in F-T-E
 General Fund                              10.25          8.25           8.25         8.25          8.25          0.00         0.0%
 CDBG Fund                                  0.75          0.75           0.75         0.75          0.75          0.00         0.0%
 1st Time Homebuyer Fund                    0.25          0.00           0.00         0.00          0.00          0.00          N/A
   Total F-T-E                             11.25          9.00           9.00         9.00          9.00          0.00         0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                     $1,230,178   $1,160,956   $1,191,425     $1,191,400    $1,246,645     $55,245        4.6%
 Contractual Services                     183,056      210,229      156,200        892,372       797,442     (94,930)     (10.6%)
 Commodities                                9,420        7,981       14,800         15,200        15,300         100        0.7%
 Other Charges                            212,196      196,659      294,500        310,352       296,000     (14,352)      (4.6%)
 Capital Items                          1,157,367      838,631      259,700      1,254,981     1,086,300    (168,681)     (13.4%)
 Debt Service                             408,126            0            0              0             0           0         N/A

   Total Expenditures                  $3,200,343   $2,414,456   $1,916,625     $3,664,305    $3,441,687   ($222,618)      (6.1%)




                                                 CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                       2009-10       2010-11      2011-12       2011-12       2012-13        $              %
                                        Actual        Actual      Est Act       Budget        Budget       Change         Change

General Fund                           $1,317,407   $1,263,071   $1,373,300     $1,387,527    $1,419,700     $32,173        2.3%
CDBG Fund                                  64,600       64,600       58,425         58,425        56,045      (2,380)      (4.1%)
1st Time Homebuyer                         58,033            0            0              0             0           0         N/A
TIF I South Fund                                0       41,101       30,000        656,508       589,642     (66,866)     (10.2%)
TIF II North Fund                         586,073      290,203            0              0             0           0         N/A
TIF III Fund                               26,092       22,901       25,000         68,513        60,000      (8,513)     (12.4%)
TIF IV Fund                               570,468      296,389       80,000        614,201       610,000      (4,201)      (0.7%)
TIF V Fund                                469,218       63,761       90,200        624,150       620,000      (4,150)      (0.7%)
Capital Projects Fund                     108,452      372,430      259,700        254,981        86,300    (168,681)     (66.2%)

   Total Expenditures                  $3,200,343   $2,414,456   $1,916,625     $3,664,305    $3,441,687   ($222,618)      (6.1%)




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                                                                             Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual       Actual         Actual    Budget      Budget          $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10      2010-11        2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-4001-521.10-01   Salaries                      820,941      797,469       817,800     817,775     855,500      37,725         4.6%
101-4001-521.18-01   Temporary Help                  8,988        5,394         5,000       5,000       5,200         200         4.0%
                       Salaries                    829,929      802,863       822,800     822,775     860,700      37,925         4.6%

101-4001-521.19-01   Workers Compensation            2,000        2,100         2,200       2,200       2,300         100        4.5%
101-4001-521.19-05   Medical Insurance             133,400      133,100       134,600     134,600     136,500       1,900        1.4%
101-4001-521.19-10   IMRF                          106,453       96,690       108,700     108,700     123,700      15,000       13.8%
101-4001-521.19-11   Social Security                52,797       49,507        51,900      51,900      54,100       2,200        4.2%
101-4001-521.19-12   Medicare                       12,964       12,096        12,800      12,800      13,300         500        3.9%
                       Fringe Benefits             307,614      293,493       310,200     310,200     329,900      19,700        6.4%

101-4001-521.20-05   Professional Services           3,100               0      3,000      16,000           0     (16,000)     (100.0%)
101-4001-521.20-40   General Insurance               4,900           5,100      5,300       5,300       5,500         200         3.8%
101-4001-521.21-02   Equipment Maintenance             550             857      3,000       3,000       1,000      (2,000)      (66.7%)
101-4001-521.21-65   Other Services                 10,727           7,393      8,000       8,000       8,200         200         2.5%
101-4001-521.22-01   Advertising                     6,561           5,607      6,000       6,000       6,200         200         3.3%
101-4001-521.22-02   Dues                            2,686           2,652      2,800       2,800       2,900         100         3.6%
101-4001-521.22-03   Training                        1,443             224      6,000       6,000       6,200         200         3.3%
101-4001-521.22-05   Postage                         2,809           2,209      4,000       4,000       4,000           0         0.0%
101-4001-521.22-10   Printing                        3,755             392      3,300       3,300       3,400         100         3.0%
101-4001-521.22-15   Photocopying                    6,049           2,115      3,200       3,200       3,200           0         0.0%
101-4001-521.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge          68,400          64,500     53,200      53,200      51,600      (1,600)       (3.0%)
101-4001-521.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Charge      6,200           4,100      3,200       3,200       5,600       2,400        75.0%
                        Contractual Services       117,180          95,149    101,000     114,000      97,800     (16,200)      (14.2%)

101-4001-521.30-01   Publications Periodicals          827           1,201      1,600       2,000       2,000           0         0.0%
101-4001-521.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip         7,154           5,657     10,600      10,600      10,600           0         0.0%
101-4001-521.30-50   Petroleum Products              1,093           1,123      1,300       1,300       1,400         100         7.7%
101-4001-521.32-80   Books                               0               0        300         300         300           0         0.0%
101-4001-521.33-05   Other Supplies                    346               0      1,000       1,000       1,000           0         0.0%
                       Commodities                   9,420           7,981     14,800      15,200      15,300         100         0.7%

101-4001-521.40-40   Promote Economic Bus Dev       35,186          36,652     74,000      74,663      69,000       (5,663)      (7.6%)
101-4001-521.40-41   Discover Arlington             18,078          26,933     50,500      50,689      47,000       (3,689)      (7.3%)
                       Other Charges                53,264          63,585    124,500     125,352     116,000       (9,352)      (7.5%)


                     Total Planning Department    1,317,407    1,263,071     1,373,300   1,387,527   1,419,700     32,173         2.3%




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                                    PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                               Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                        Title          Grade    2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1240    Director of Planning & Com Dvlp    D63          1.00       1.00

1243    Deputy Dir of Plan & Com Dvlp      C52          1.00       1.00

1244    Business & Development Coord.      C42          1.00       1.00

1245    Planner II                         C42          3.25       3.25

1735    Administrative Assistant II        B21          1.00       1.00

1740    Administrative Assistant I         A13          1.00       1.00
        Total F-T-E                                     8.25       8.25       0.00




               Planning & Community Development Department
                        Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                    Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                     Fund                           2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund                                    8.25       8.25

 215    CDBG Fund                                       0.75       0.75
        Total F-T-E All Funds                           9.00       9.00       0.00




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                         EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                            Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                2011-12             2012-13

SALARIES:

101-4001-521.10-01 Salaries                Salaries                                            817,775             855,500

101-4001-521.18-01 Temporary Help          Temporary Help                                          5,000               5,200

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                      822,775             860,700

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-4001-521.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                         2,200               2,300

101-4001-521.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance                                   134,600             136,500

101-4001-521.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                                108,700             123,700

101-4001-521.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                        51,900              54,100

101-4001-521.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                               12,800              13,300

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                               310,200             329,900

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-4001-521.20-05 Professional Services   Metra STAR Line consulting (prior year
                                            encumbrance carryover)                                16,000                  0

101-4001-521.20-40 General Insurance       Liability and property insurance                        5,300               5,500

101-4001-521.21-02 Equipment Maintenance   Office equipment and computers                          3,000               1,000

101-4001-521.21-65 Other Services          Cell phone charges                          1,000               1,000
                                           Office support                              1,000               1,000
                                           Plan Commission transcribing                6,000       8,000   6,200       8,200

101-4001-521.22-01 Advertising             Plan Commission notices and other
                                             advertisements                            3,000               3,200
                                           Zoning Board of Appeals legal ads           3,000       6,000   3,000       6,200


101-4001-521.22-02 Dues                    Dues                                                    2,800               2,900

101-4001-521.22-03 Training                APA Convention                              2,500               2,500
                                           Upper Mid-West Conference                   1,000               1,000
                                           State & local meetings, court, CMAP, etc.   1,300               1,400
                                           Continuing education/certification          1,200       6,000   1,300       6,200

101-4001-521.22-05 Postage                 Mailing charges including mailing costs
                                            for survey and marketing mailings                      4,000               4,000

101-4001-521.22-10 Printing                Reprint planning documents,
                                            reports, studies, etc.                     3,000               3,100
                                           Zoning maps                                   300       3,300     300       3,400

101-4001-521.22-15 Photocopying            Photocopies, supplies & maintenance         2,100               2,100
                                           Maintenance agreement Minolta BH362         1,100       3,200   1,100       3,200




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                               EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                                  Budget               Budget
     Number                Account Title                         Description                  2011-12              2012-13

101-4001-521.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge        Information Technology/GIS service charge               53,200               51,600

101-4001-521.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg Vehicle lease charge                                         3,200                5,600

                                                TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            114,000                97,800

COMMODITIES:

101-4001-521.30-01 Publications/Periodicals     Miscellaneous publications                               2,000                2,000

101-4001-521.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.     Stationery, file folders, pens, drafting
                                                 materials and supplies                      9,400                9,400
                                                Misc. office equipment                       1,200      10,600    1,200      10,600

101-4001-521.30-50 Petroleum Products           Gasoline for department vehicle(s)                       1,300                1,400

101-4001-521.32-80 Books                        Planning documents & reference books                      300                  300

101-4001-521.33-05 Other Supplies               Specialized software                          500                  500
                                                Miscellaneous materials                       500        1,000     500        1,000

                                                TOTAL COMMODITIES                                       15,200               15,300

OTHER CHARGES:

101-4001-521.40-40 Promote Econ & Bus Devlp Promote economic development meetings,
                                              expos, conference, workshop display,
                                                space, equipment and rental, Costar         10,000               10,000
                                            Special targeted marketing project
                                              (Village-wide retail) - vacant store front,
                                                hotel concierge                             10,000               10,000
                                            Business attraction/trade advertising            8,200                9,500
                                            Enhance trade show audio/visual display          1,000                2,000
                                            Trade shows                                     15,000               15,000
                                            New marketing materials/re-print                 8,000                8,000
                                            Business Retention - open house, survey,         6,300                6,500
                                              Chamber of Commerce meetings
                                            Chamber of Commerce funding                      7,000                8,000
                                            Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover                 9,163      74,663        0      69,000

101-4001-521.40-41 Discover Arlington           Discover Arlington Heights Program          44,600               47,000
                                                Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover             6,089      50,689        0      47,000

                                                TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                   125,352              116,000
                                                TOTAL PLANNING & COMM. DEVLP.                        1,387,527            1,419,700




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BUILDING & HEALTH SERVICES
                                                   ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                                Director
                             of Building &
                            Health Services




      Building                  Health               Senior
      Services                 Services             Services




           Building &             Environmental           Facility
        Property Services            Health             Management



                                   Public Health          Services
           Fire Safety
                                     Nursing            & Programs
            Services
                                     Services           Coordination



            Permits &                 Social              Volunteer
            Licensing                Services             Services




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                                DEPARTMENT SUMMARY

BUILDING & HEALTH SERVICES                                                                                                 4501

                                   2009-10        2010-11        2011-12           2011-12     2012-13          $            %
                                    Actual         Actual        Est Act           Budget      Budget         Change       Change

Authorized Positions in F-T-E
 Building Services                     18.50         17.50           16.00            16.00        16.00            0.00        0.00
 Health Services                       11.00         10.00            9.50             9.50         9.50            0.00        0.00
 Senior Services                        3.75          3.75            3.75             3.75         3.75            0.00        0.00
 Youth Services                         3.50          0.00            0.00             0.00         0.00            0.00        N/A
   Total F-T-E                         36.75         31.25           29.25            29.25        29.25            0.00        0.00

Expenditures
 Personal Services                 $3,866,688    $3,336,081     $3,239,800     $3,290,700      $3,365,300      $74,600     2.3%
 Contractual Services                 544,546       463,106        412,200        487,100         508,800       21,700     4.5%
 Commodities                           86,579        86,733         87,500         91,200          97,800        6,600     7.2%
 Other Charges                         73,637        76,942         93,100         98,100          98,600          500     0.5%
 Capital Items                         21,289         1,553          3,600          3,555               0       (3,555) (100.0%)

   Total Expenditures              $4,592,739    $3,964,415     $3,836,200     $3,970,655      $4,070,500      $99,845         2.5%




                                          CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                   2009-10        2010-11        2011-12           2011-12     2012-13          $            %
                                    Actual         Actual        Est Act           Budget      Budget         Change       Change

General Fund - Building Services   $2,227,207    $2,082,181     $1,964,300     $1,968,000      $2,073,200     $105,200     5.3%
General Fund - Health Services      1,495,255     1,470,678      1,439,800      1,552,200       1,540,200     ($12,000)   (0.8%)
General Fund - Senior Services        435,677       410,003        428,500        446,900         457,100      $10,200     2.3%
General Fund - Youth Services         413,311             0              0              0               0           $0      N/A
Capital Projects Fund                  21,289         1,553          3,600          3,555               0      ($3,555) (100.0%)

   Total Expenditures              $4,592,739    $3,964,415     $3,836,200     $3,970,655      $4,070,500      $99,845         2.5%




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BUILDING SERVICES
The Building Services Division regulates Construction, Buildings, Building
Control Systems (Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical/Heating/Ventilation, Energy
Systems and Other Systems), Fire Safety/Protection Systems and Provisions for
Property and Maintenance and Upkeep.
Building Services functions for regulating permits, inspections and licensing. Functions include:
Administration, Plan Reviews, Code Enforcement, follow-ups necessary for the safe occupancy; and use
of all buildings, structures and premises. These functions interface with the Building Code Review Board
and other Boards and Commissions.

    ADMINISTRATION OF PERMITS, INSPECTIONS AND LICENSING: These activities are the core
    services common to all areas within Building Services. The Director’s office provides administration,
    support and oversight for the core services and their daily operations.

    ► Permits: Building Services receives applications for various construction permits, and routes
      pertinent documents to the respective departments within the Village for approvals. Once
      approved, the permit fee is tabulated, and permits are issued in compliance with the Village Code.

    ► Inspections: The Inspectors for Building Services validate code compliance for building,
      electrical, fire-protection, plumbing, other systems, and Village design standards. Building
      Services also interfaces with contracted elevator services for inspections of all elevators,
      escalators and dumbwaiters to be compliant with State Code.

    ► Licensing: Building Services receives all business license applications. Applications are routed
      to the respective departments within the Village for comments and approvals. Any background
      investigations conducted by the Police Department are documented for the issuance of licenses.
      Building Services also receives contractor license applications and interfaces with State agencies
      for State issued licenses.

    REVIEWS FOR COMPLIANCE ON PERMITS, INSPECTIONS AND LICENSING: Building Services
    conducts reviews at all hierarchical levels prior to granting approvals and issuing pertinent certificates.

    ► Documents and Compliance Reviews Related to Permits: Building Services coordinates all
      inter-departmental permit and plan reviews. This review verifies construction documents,
      proposals for non-construction changes and all revisions are in compliance with the codes and
      applicable Village design standards. Where necessary, structural engineers, elevator review
      inspection services and other consultants assist with some specialized reviews.

    ► Field Reviews Related to Inspections: Field reviews ensure that the scope of work comply with
      approved drawings. Deviations from approved drawings require addendum or revision to permit
      drawings and subsequent approvals by all applicable reviewers. Inspectors coordinate final
      inspections with the project architects or engineers, and require final “walk-through” and “sign-off”
      by the project architect or engineer before issuing appropriate certificates or final approvals.

    ► Reviews Related to Licenses and License Renewals: Reviews are conducted for code and
      premise compliance prior to approval and issuance of a new or renewed business license. This is
      reviewed on an annual basis and updated where necessary to reflect any changes made. Annual
      reviews, inspections and re-inspections for license renewals are performed by Fire Safety
      Inspectors to verify compliance with building and life safety codes. Multi-family dwelling structures
      are also inspected for required property maintenance and annual license renewals.




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BUILDING SERVICES                                                                            (Continued)

 ENFORCEMENT OF REGULATIONS ON PERMITS, INSPECTIONS AND LICENSING:
 Enforcement activities and all ancillary due process follow-ups are delegated to field personnel and
 their immediate supervisors.

 ► Permit Regulations: Building Services enforces Village code provisions for work done without
   permits that exceed the scope of the approved permits and issues related to expired permits and
   extensions of permits.

 ► Inspections: Building Services conducts inspections to enforce:
   – Construction provisions related to codes, occupancy and use, and proper premise maintenance,
   – Property and premise upkeep, maintenance provisions for structures and premises, and
     compliance verification with the Village property maintenance codes,
   – The Village Zoning Ordinance and special conditions or restrictions imposed on properties and
     premises by Village ordinances, through routine inspections and complaint referrals.

 ► Enforcement Issues Regarding License Violations: Investigative inspections are conducted
   for complaints received and for license violations. The Director’s office interfaces with the Village
   Manager’s office, and the Police and Legal Departments on violations, referrals, and suspensions
   or revocations of licenses. Building Services enforces licensing provisions and monitors
   contractors’ licenses to verify their validity for work durations. Investigation and logging of
   complaints filed by the general public is the responsibility of Building Services.

 FOLLOW-UP FOR PREMISE SAFETY: Building Services Inspectors interface with the Fire and
 Police Departments in code matters for the safe occupancy and use of buildings, structures and
 premises.

 ► Regulating Property and Premises for Emergency Responders: Building Services Fire and
   Safety Inspectors assign all street addresses, as required by code, for emergency responders.

 ► Regulating Property and Premises for Signs: Building Services also conducts safety and
   routine inspections for premise signs, enforcing the provisions of the Village Sign Ordinance.

 ► Regulating Safety on Property and Premises in Response to Disasters: Safety inspections
   are conducted by Building Services Inspectors on 24-hour on-call basis for emergency incidents
   such as fires, building collapses and other disasters.

 INTERFACE WITH BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS – The Director’s office interfaces with the
 Building Code Review Board (BCRB) and the Electrical Commission. The recommendations made by
 the Boards and Commissions subsequently approved by the Village Board for buildings, structures,
 and premises are enforced.

 ► Referrals and Support to the Building Code Review Board (BCRB): Building Services makes
   referrals and provides support to the BCRB where applicants encounter unusual hardships in
   meeting the codes.

 ► Code proposals for Review by the Building Code Review Board (BCRB): Building Services
   analyzes code provisions and makes code change proposals and recommendations on materials
   and building systems.

 ► Advisory support from the Building Code Review Board (BCRB): Building Services receives
   advisory support from the BCRB for specialized technical expertise and reviews.




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BUILDING SERVICES                                                                             (Continued)

   ► Other Boards and Commissions: Building Services enforces the decisions made by other
     Boards and Commissions including, but not limited to, zoning variances, design standards, and
     electricity regulations.

2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives

   ► Meet the needs of the Citizens and Contractors
         Provide thorough and timely plan reviews.

          Building Services acquired a Plan Reviewer with an International Code Council (I.C.C.)
          Master Code Official Certification and fifteen years experience. This individual is charged with
          the responsibility of conducting plan reviews for one and two family and commercial
          construction projects, as well as conducting field inspections as time allows. This has allowed
          for continuity in plan review and much improved customer service in answering questions for
          citizens and contractors regarding their specific projects.

          Continued a pro-active approach to plan review. Meetings are conducted at the inception of a
          project to discuss possible major issues that may be of concern. In addition, plan review
          rejection comments are discussed with the permit applicant to give them a better
          understanding of what the code requires.

          The service of the Building Code Review Board was required for approximately six (6)
          appeals for Building Code variance requests by contractors or homeowners.

         Be responsive and professional in all interactions with customers.

          Additional training and mentoring was provided to all staff with an emphasis on customer
          interaction, including prompt and courteous response to all voice and e-mails.

         Make sure all codes and regulations are known, understood and available to the public.

          The 2009 Edition of the International Code Council (ICC) Codes were adopted by the Village
          of Arlington Heights and became effective October 1, 2011. The entire Chapter was
          streamlined, minimizing the amount of local amendments. In addition, all Village handouts,
          checklists and other resources have been updated to reflect the new code changes, as well
          as all Village amendments. These various resources can be obtained at the Building Services
          front counter or through the Village website.

         Support the needs of our constituents as circumstances dictate.

          Field inspectors have set aside a portion of the day to be available to discuss any comments
          of their plan reviews, inspection reports or meet in the field to discuss any questions the
          owner or the contractor may have.

          Continue to incorporate inspection scheduling flexibility for homeowner and contractors as
          deemed necessary.




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BUILDING SERVICES                                                                              (Continued)

  ► Fulfill the expectations of the Administration

     Inspectors and support staff have used every opportunity to inform the residents of Arlington
     Heights of all the areas of responsibility and enforcement that Building Services provides.

     All Building Services staff maintains communication with all other staff to be consistent in
     continuity of Building Code requirements and discussion with residents and contractors.

     Additional computer programs have, and are being developed by our IT Department for storage of
     certain documents, therefore eliminating the expense to have the documents put on microfilm. Our
     front counter staff has begun to scan and file all documents pertaining to an address so that
     documents can be accessed from one central place.

     Building Services had acquired a part time Fire Safety Inspector to assist in performing the annual
     fire safety inspection responsibilities of the department. With this personnel addition, 900 more
     annual fire safety inspections were conducted, with a total of 2,292 completed as compared to last
     year.

  ► Maximize employee potential

     Ongoing training opportunities allow Building Services staff to participate as desired to promote
     improved technical competency, cross training, and to keep up to date on new development and
     procedures. Training also provides for continuing education credit to keep inspector certifications
     current.

     Departmental peer mentoring; thus improving inspector technical competency.


2012-13 Goals and Objectives

  ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources
        Utilize Building Services staff according to their strengths; at the same time allow for cross
         training to provide redundancy for efficient customer service.
        By thorough inspection practices, reports, and communication; minimizes time spent
         conducting re-inspections.
        Time management accountability relating to day to day operations.

  ► Review, recommend, and implement improvements in document maintenance and storage.
        Explore scanning and putting more documents on the Villages computer system.
        Reduce costs of maintaining documents.
        Determine which documents are required to be retained by law and how long.
        File with the State of Illinois for disposal of selected documents.

  ► To ensure a high level of competency
        Utilize I.C.C. (International Code Council) seminars, online courses and in-house training to
         improve technical competency.
        Provide customer relation based training.
        Increase training in the use of HTE.
Performance Measures




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BUILDING SERVICES                                                                          (Continued)

Performance Measures
                                                                                  Calendar Year

        Category                        Programs or Functions                 2009     2010     2011
Plan Review Time              Average number of days to review plans
                                     Single Family & Accessory Structures         2        3        3
                                     Multi-Family & Accessory Structures         18       14       13
Permit Applications           Single Family & Accessory Structures             2,258    2,924    3,005
                              Multi-Family & Accessory Structures                421      706      881
                              Demolitions                                         63       68       65
                              Electrical                                         407      425      424
                              HVAC                                               177      160      109
                              Plumbing                                           461      442      737
                              Signs                                              162      201      285
                              Tanks                                                2        1        1
                              Other                                              680      665      419
                              Total Number of Permits                          4,631    5,591    5,926
Construction Related          Building                                         3,964    3,800    4,958
Inspections                   Electrical                                       1,275    1,318    1,752
                              HVAC                                               512      687      794
                              Plumbing                                         1,433    1,396    2,094
                              Sign                                             1,160      850      641
                              Tanks                                                2        0        0
                              Others                                           2,260    2,061    2,549
                              Total Number of Inspections                     10,606   10,112   12,788
Elevator Safety Inspections   Safety Related Complaints                           7        9       10
                              Annual                                            440      442      452
                              New installation                                    2        2        6
                              Total Number of Inspections                       449      453      468
Licenses                      Business                                         1,432    1,271    1,164
                              Contractor                                       1,290    1,320    1,386
                              Total Number of Inspections                      2,722    2,591    2,550
Complaint Inspections         Total Number of Complaints Received              1,968    1,878    1,302
                              Inspections                                      2,952    2,052    3,769

Fire Safety Inspections       Annual                                           1,873    1,495    2,363
                              Re-Inspections                                     777      810    1,043
                              Sprinkler                                          150      150      273
                              Alarm                                              287      139      171
                              Haz-Mat                                              9        3       13
                              Backup for Department (licenses, emergencies,
                              courtesy, etc.)                                  1,774      985    1,371
                              Plan Reviews                                       542      753      607
                              Total                                            5,421    4,335    5,841
Fire Safety Inspections       Clerical and Office Duties (In Hours)            4,370    4,521    4,270




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BUILDING SERVICES                                                                       (Continued)



                Type of Permit                      2009               2010            2011
 Single, two-family & Accessory Structures:
 Alterations, Additions, & New Construction    $ 34,689,079          $ 41,897,594    $ 37,199,441

 Multi-Family & Commercial Structures:
 Alterations, Additions, & New Construction    $ 56,513,918         $ 133,450,345    $ 73,334,602

 Miscellaneous:
         Demolitions
         Electrical, HVAC & Plumbing               $ 5,306,797        $ 5,087,258     $4,278,395
         Signs
         Fire Suppression

 TOTALS                                        $ 96,509,794         $ 180,435,197   $ 114,812,438


                  Revenue Generated by Permits and Licensing Fees

                   Type of Permit                       2009             2010          2011
 Permit Fees Collected                                 $ 935,879       $ 892,228      $ 1,084,344
 Licensing Fees                                          754,400         561,685          543,536

 TOTAL FEES COLLECTED                                 $ 1,690,279     $ 1,453,913     $ 1,627,880

 Operating Budget                                     $ 2,361,938     $ 2,359,900     $ 1,968,000

 Percentages / Ratios:
  Operational Budget vs. Revenue Fees
     Revenue as Percentage of Operational Budget           71.56%         61.61%          82.72%




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                                OPERATION SUMMARY

BUILDING SERVICES                                                                                                      4501

                                    2009-10       2010-11      2011-12          2011-12     2012-13        $              %
                                     Actual        Actual      Est Act          Budget      Budget       Change         Change


Authorized Positions in F-T-E           18.50        17.50           16.00         16.00        16.00           0.00          0.0

Expenditures
 Personal Services                  $1,960,676   $1,842,229   $1,752,400     $1,732,200     $1,810,400     $78,200        4.5%
 Contractual Services                  246,981      217,259      190,300        214,000        238,300      24,300       11.4%
 Commodities                            19,550       22,693       21,600         21,800         24,500       2,700       12.4%
 Other Charges                               0            0            0              0              0           0         N/A
 Capital Items                               0        1,553            0              0              0           0         N/A

   Total Expenditures               $2,227,207   $2,083,734   $1,964,300     $1,968,000     $2,073,200    $105,200        5.3%




                                              CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                    2009-10       2010-11      2011-12          2011-12     2012-13        $              %
                                     Actual        Actual      Est Act          Budget      Budget       Change         Change

General Fund                        $2,227,207   $2,082,181   $1,964,300     $1,968,000     $2,073,200    $105,200        5.3%
Capital Projects Fund                        0        1,553            0              0              0           0         N/A

   Total Expenditures               $2,227,207   $2,083,734   $1,964,300     $1,968,000     $2,073,200    $105,200        5.3%



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          Note:    See page 178 for a summary of the entire Building & Health Services Department which includes
                                   Building Services, Health Services and Senior Services.




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                                                                             Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual       Actual         Actual    Budget      Budget          $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10      2010-11        2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-4501-523.10-01   Salaries                     1,407,725    1,240,761     1,239,300   1,228,200   1,303,800     75,600         6.2%
101-4501-523.18-01   Temporary Help                  20,243      107,235        30,200      20,000      20,600        600         3.0%
101-4501-523.18-05   Overtime Civilian                9,862        6,398         6,000       6,200       6,400        200         3.2%
                       Salaries                   1,437,830    1,354,394     1,275,500   1,254,400   1,330,800     76,400         6.1%

101-4501-523.19-01   Workers Compensation           34,400       35,800        36,900      36,900      38,000       1,100         3.0%
101-4501-523.19-05   Medical Insurance             212,500      210,100       193,700     193,700     167,300     (26,400)      (13.6%)
101-4501-523.19-10   IMRF                          164,721      137,773       149,500     148,700     172,900      24,200        16.3%
101-4501-523.19-11   Social Security                85,958       82,322        78,500      77,900      82,100       4,200         5.4%
101-4501-523.19-12   Medicare                       20,447       19,340        18,300      18,200      19,300       1,100         6.0%
101-4501-523.19-23   Automobile Allowance            4,820        2,500             0       2,400           0      (2,400)     (100.0%)
                       Fringe Benefits             522,846      487,835       476,900     477,800     479,600       1,800         0.4%

101-4501-523.20-35   Plan Reviews                        0       19,995         6,000       6,000      11,100       5,100        85.0%
101-4501-523.20-40   General Insurance               9,100        9,600         9,900       9,900      10,200         300         3.0%
101-4501-523.21-02   Equipment Maintenance             221          335           600         600         600           0         0.0%
101-4501-523.21-65   Other Services                 50,191       32,878        35,500      44,000      56,000      12,000        27.3%
101-4501-523.22-02   Dues                            2,428        2,060         1,000       1,800       1,800           0         0.0%
101-4501-523.22-03   Training                       22,693       13,312         9,500      19,500      19,500           0         0.0%
101-4501-523.22-05   Postage                         4,781        4,268         5,500       5,500       5,500           0         0.0%
101-4501-523.22-10   Printing                        6,985        4,906         5,000       6,000       5,700        (300)       (5.0%)
101-4501-523.22-15   Photocopying                    8,382        3,105         3,200       6,600       3,500      (3,100)      (47.0%)
101-4501-523.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge          89,200       92,199        78,700      78,700      78,900         200         0.3%
101-4501-523.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Charge     53,000       34,599        35,400      35,400      45,500      10,100        28.5%
                        Contractual Services       246,981      217,257       190,300     214,000     238,300      24,300        11.4%

101-4501-523.30-01   Publications Periodicals        1,033           1,709         300        500         500            0        0.0%
101-4501-523.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip         7,221           9,297       7,000      7,000       7,500          500        7.1%
101-4501-523.30-20   Photographic Supplies               0             400         100        100         100            0        0.0%
101-4501-523.30-50   Petroleum Products              8,537           9,409      13,700     10,400      14,400        4,000       38.5%
101-4501-523.33-05   Other Supplies                  2,759           1,880         500      3,800       2,000       (1,800)     (47.4%)
                       Commodities                  19,550          22,695      21,600     21,800      24,500        2,700       12.4%


                     Total Building Services      2,227,207    2,082,181     1,964,300   1,968,000   2,073,200    105,200         5.3%




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                                 PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                  Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                     Title                 Grade   2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1255 Director of Building & Health Services     D63        0.50       0.50

1260 Permits, Inspect & Licensing Official      C51        1.00       1.00

1272 Fire Safety Inspections Supervisor         C41        1.00       1.00

1265 Building & Property Inspector              B32        3.00       3.00

1273 Fire Safety Inspector                      B32        3.50       3.50

1274 Plan Reviewer                              B32        1.00       1.00

1275 Electrical Inspector                       B32        0.50       0.50

1280 Plumbing Inspector                         B32        1.00       1.00

1282 Permits, Inspect & Licensing Coord.        B22        1.00       1.00

1742 Permits, Inspect & Licensing Asst.         B21        1.00       1.00

1735 Administrative Assistant II                B21        1.00       1.00

1745 Staff Assistant                            A12        0.50       0.50

1762 Receptionist                               A12        1.00       1.00
        Total F-T-E                                       16.00      16.00       0.00




                        Building & Health Services Department
                             Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                        Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                      Fund                             2011-12    2012-13      + (-)

101     General Fund
         Building & Health Services
             Building Services                            16.00      16.00
             Health Services                               9.50       9.50
             Senior Services                               3.75       3.75
        Total F-T-E All Funds                             29.25      29.25       0.00




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     Account                                                                             Budget               Budget
     Number                Account Title                     Description                 2011-12              2012-13

SALARIES:

101-4501-523.10-01 Salaries                Salaries                                             1,228,200            1,303,800

101-4501-523.18-01 Temporary Help          On-call inspectors, summer interns                      20,000               20,600

101-4501-523.18-05 Overtime Civilian       Overtime Civilian                                        6,200                6,400
                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                       1,254,400            1,330,800
FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-4501-523.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                         36,900               38,000

101-4501-523.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance                                     193,700              167,300

101-4501-523.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                                  148,700              172,900

101-4501-523.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                         77,900               82,100

101-4501-523.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                                18,200               19,300

101-4501-523.19-23 Automobile Allowance    Automobile Allowance                                     2,400                   0
                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                 477,800              479,600
CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-4501-523.20-35 Plan Reviews            Contractual reviews of building plans
                                            for fire, structural and other code
                                              requirements                                          6,000               11,100

101-4501-523.20-40 General Insurance       Liability and property insurance                         9,900               10,200

101-4501-523.21-02 Equipment Maintenance   Microfilm read printer, computers
                                            and typewriter                                           600                  600

101-4501-523.21-65 Other Services          Digital scanning of building, sign, fence
                                             and air-conditioning permits               1,500               13,500
                                           Cell phone and wireless charges              9,200                9,200
                                           Board-ups, fences and property cleanups      4,800                4,800
                                           Elevator inspections                        28,500      44,000   28,500      56,000

101-4501-523.22-02 Dues                    Dues                                                     1,800                1,800

101-4501-523.22-03 Training                ICC Conferences, training & seminars         7,000                7,000
                                           Harper College/Continuing Education          1,000                    0
                                           Northwest Building Officials Council         3,000                2,400
                                           SBOC Seminars                                    0                1,500
                                           Metro travel, tolls, court, etc.               700                  700
                                           U of W Building Code training                3,000                    0
                                           Fire Code training seminars, etc.              700                2,200
                                           Electrical Inspectors training                 700                1,000
                                           Plumbing Inspectors training                   700                1,000
                                           NFPA meetings                                1,800                1,800
                                           Miscellaneous                                  900      19,500    1,900      19,500




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     Account                                                                               Budget              Budget
     Number                   Account Title                    Description                 2011-12             2012-13

101-4501-523.22-05 Postage                    Mailing business licenses, building &
                                               code related communications, sign,
                                                 electrical & misc. correspondence                    5,500               5,500

101-4501-523.22-10 Printing                   Misc. forms, cards, stickers, placards,
                                               and licenses                                           6,000               5,700

101-4501-523.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopies, supplies & maintenance         5,800               2,700
                                              Maintenance agreement Minolta BH350           300                 300
                                              Lease of Xerox WC4118X copier                 500       6,600     500       3,500

101-4501-523.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge      Information Technology/GIS service charge              78,700              78,900

101-4501-523.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg   Vehicle lease charge                                   35,400              45,500

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           214,000             238,300

COMMODITIES:

101-4501-523.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                               500                 500

101-4501-523.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   Miscellaneous equipment and
                                               supplies                                               7,000               7,500

101-4501-523.30-20 Photographic Supplies      Supplies for film to support code
                                               violations and court cases                              100                 100

101-4501-523.30-50 Petroleum Products         Gasoline for department vehicle(s)                     10,400              14,400

101-4501-523.33-05 Other Supplies             Safety equipment, shoes, tools, etc.                    3,800               2,000

                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                      21,800              24,500
                                              TOTAL BUILDING SERVICES                             1,968,000           2,073,200




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                                                   ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                                Director
                             of Building &
                            Health Services




      Building                  Health                Senior
      Services                 Services              Services




           Building &             Environmental           Facility
        Property Services            Health             Management



                                   Public Health          Services
           Fire Safety
                                     Nursing            & Programs
            Services
                                     Services           Coordination



            Permits &                 Social              Volunteer
            Licensing                Services             Services




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HEALTH SERVICES

Health Services addresses the physical, environmental and social needs of the
community through the divisions described below:

Disability Services – The Disability Services Coordinator:

    ► Acts as the Village’s Americans with Disabilities Act compliance Coordinator.

    ► Acts as a community resource on disability related issues through the provision of information
      and referral.

    ► Evaluates needs, recommends and coordinates activities to ensure Village facilities, programs,
      services, and communications are equally accessible to persons with disabilities.

    ► Counsels residents with disabilities and their families on governmental benefits, community
      resources, assistive technology, and disability rights.

    ► Reviews building plans for compliance with accessibility codes.

    ► Provides technical assistance to entities and individuals covered by the Americans with
      Disabilities Act, Fair Housing Amendment Act, Section 504, and other disability laws.

    ► Manages the Village’s Emergency 9-1-1 Registration, Emergency Weather Warning System for
      the Deaf, Vehicle Sticker Discounts, Refuse Discounts, and Service Animal Fee Waiver
      programs.

    ► Writes and edits the Connections disability newsletter.

    ► Facilitates community education presentations pertaining to disability issues.

    ► Acts as the Village’s Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator.


Environmental Health Services – Three licensed environmental health practitioners provide the
following:

    ► Monitoring and inspection of commercial, institutional and industrial sites on an "as needed" basis
      and in response to citizen complaints.

    ► Management of community recycling program, community yard waste disposal program, and
      community refuse removal program.

    ► Management of multi-family residence recycling program.

    ► Management of multi-family refuse disposal program.

    ► Education and enforcement of Village smoking ordinance and complaint investigations regarding
      same.

    ► Response to requests for service and complaints regarding noise, air and water pollution, general
      nuisance abatement, property maintenance, refuse and debris clean-up, weed cutting, potable
      water wells, private sewage disposal, insects and rodents, microwave oven screening, etc. This




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       includes weekend/evening and emergency responses when requested by other Village
       departments.

   ► Inspection of public food establishments, plans of temporary/mobile vendors, and the review of
     food establishment plans for construction to ensure compliance with State and Village
     regulations, including weekends/evenings when needed. Develop and distribute newsletters to
     disseminate educational information to Foodservice establishments. Food borne illness
     investigation and control.

   ► Child day care facility inspections.

   ► Inspections of public and semi-public swimming pools during summer months and monthly
     inspections of indoor pools during the entire year.

   ► Residential radon testing services and water sampling for private water wells.

   ► Inspections to verify on-site sewage systems and water wells are abandoned properly when
     properties connect to public sewers and/or water.

   ► Management of Village weed cutting program.

   ► Inspections of beauty shops, tanning parlors and health clubs in response to citizen complaints.

   ► Licensing and occupancy inspections of new businesses.

   ► Implementation, promotion, and maintenance of residential drop-off recycling programs.

   ► Inspections of sanitary facilities at Arlington Park’s backstretch.


Human Services Coordination – The Human Services Coordinator:

   ► Evaluates and recommends human service programs for the Village and coordinates various
     human service programs.

   ► Manages the Counseling Program, the Children at Play Program, and Arlington Heights Park
     District Scholarship Program.

   ► Manages the Village’s Emergency Assistance Fund.

   ► Manages the Arlington Heights Ministerial Association Emergency Fund.

   ► Manages the Salvation Army Fund.

   ► Provides intake services for the Nicor Share Program and Access to Care.

   ► Provides community education and presentations regarding social needs of the Village.

   ► Distributes emergency assistance to those in need and provides direct services, including
     information and referral services.

   ► Provides short term counseling and case management.

   ► Solicits community donations for various programs and services.



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   ► Manages the Village Holiday Assistance Program.

   ► Manages and edits the Human Services Directory.


Nursing Services – Two registered nurses provide the following services:

   ► A Home Care Nursing Program consisting of skilled nursing services is provided to homebound
     patients. Services provided include insulin syringe filling, pill box filling, finger stick blood sample
     for anticoagulation or blood sugar testing, lab draws, and injections. Flu shots are also provided
     to the homebound and their care givers on an annual basis. Appropriate referrals are made
     based upon the skilled nursing assessment. These may include social services, disability
     services, psychiatric services, environmental health, etc.

   ► Low cost health screening clinics for hypertension, diabetes, anticoagulation levels, cholesterol,
     and TB skin testing are provided at Village Hall. Screenings for hypertension, diabetes and
     Cholesterol are also provided at the Senior Center.

   ► Public health nurses provide health consultations and screenings to Village employees.
     Immunizations are also provided to employees and their families.

   ► First-aid and blood pressure screenings at Frontier Days.

   ► CPR and AED instruction support for Fire Department and community when requested.

   ► Provision of Village-wide influenza vaccination program.

   ► Low cost immunizations for children. Some adult immunizations are offered at reduced cost.

   ► Vision and hearing screenings are provided in our parochial schools.

   ► Day care center inspections.

   ► Serves as designated Infection Control Officer for Level 3 employees following a community
     disease exposure.

   ► Blood borne pathogen training for Police, Fire, and Public Works custodians.

   ► Information and referral services for the community.

   ► Health education classes for Village employees.

   ► Active in Emergency Preparedness planning for community, partnering with the Cook County
     Department of Public Health (CCDPH) & Northwest Community Hospital (NCH).

   ► Community outreach as requested by Park District, School District, Racetrack, etc.

   ► Maintain partnerships with the CCDPH and NCH that resulted from H1N1 Pandemic.




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Management Services – The Health Services Administrator and staff additionally carry out special
projects and services, including:

   ► Board of Health liaison services and Senior Center management.

   ► Youth Commission liaison, Senior Citizen Commission liaison, Environmental Commission
     liaison, and Citizens with Disabilities liaison.

   ► Management of the federally required Blood Borne Pathogen Program and Employee Right-To-
     Know program regarding use of hazardous chemicals by Village employees.

   ► Arlington Cares, Not For Profit (NFP) liaison services

   ► Faith Community Homes Program Committee consultant

   ► Salvation Army Service Extension

   ► Ministerial Association

   ► PEAR (Parish Emergency Assistance Resource) member

   ► Ready for School Program committee member


2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives

   ► Continue to maintain high quality services to our community and efficiently manage the
      Village’s resources.

       The Health Services Division was able to maintain high quality services during these times of
       diminished resources. During these difficult economic times our services continued to serve a
       valuable role in the support of the health and well being of our community.


       Disability Services:

          The Disability Services Coordinator (DSC) continues to educate citizens with disabilities
           about community programs and resources. Many programs provide financial benefits such
           as the Illinois Circuit Breaker Program which is the portal through which persons with
           disabilities must apply to access the Regional Transportation’s Authority’s (RTA) Free Ride
           Program. The Circuit Breaker Program also provides prescription drug discounts, license
           plate registration discounts, and a tax grant to home owners and renters. The DSC also
           instructs low-income residents with disabilities on how best to access subsidized housing and
           other community resources.

          The DSC plays an instrumental role in educating the public on Americans with Disabilities Act
           (ADA) compliance and Fair Housing laws. The incorporation and application of the
           requirements improves the quality of life for people with disabilities and their families as
           environmental and attitudinal barriers continue to diminish.

          In his role as the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) Coordinator, the DSC attended the Illinois
           Emergency Preparedness Summit in Lisle in June of 2011 and the MRC combined Region V
           and VII Conference in St. Louis. In addition, Arlington Heights hosted a Cook County level




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       MRC Meeting and the coordinator attended two State of Illinois MRC meetings. Arlington
       Heights’ MRC has nine new credential verified medical professionals including a medical
       doctor, two pharmacists and six registered nurses. A primary goal of Arlington Heights’s
       MRC is to continue to recruit volunteer medical professionals and to organize a Point of
       Distribution (POD) drill with MRC volunteers.

   Environmental Health:
      The number of cuts for the Weed and Grass Cutting Program increased 5% this year from
       295 to 311. This is mainly attributed to the continuation of the number of vacant houses that
       are in the foreclosure process. However, the amount paid to the contractor decreased by
       18% this year. This is due to the fact that the Village went out to bid and obtained
       competitive pricing. If a property owner fails to maintain the grass/weeds on their property
       per Code, the Village sends in a contractor to maintain it after legal notification from the
       Village. If the property owner fails to pay the invoice, the Village uses a collection agency to
       recover the outstanding debt.

      Staff worked closely with the Solid Waste Agency of Northern Cook County (SWANCC) to
       provide programs for residents to recycle household batteries, compact fluorescent light
       bulbs, holiday lights, toner cartridges, and prescription drugs.

      A Document Destruction Event sponsored by the SWANCC and staffed by the Health
       Services Department was held at the Senior Center on September 10, 2011, at no cost for
       our residents. This year’s event brought a record number of residents using the service.

      Staff met their requested inspection frequency for food establishments, swimming pools, and
       daycares in 2011. In addition to the routine inspections, staff conducted 69 seasonal food
       service inspections and 269 re-inspections to assure code compliance. They also responded
       to just over 460 nuisance complaints, conducting over 1100 inspections to assure compliance
       with Village ordinances. There was an increase in the number of temporary food service
       inspections conducted. Many of these events occur outside of regular business hours and
       entail food handlers working outside of their kitchens. Therefore, these events often present
       on-site problem solving to ensure that participants are serving a safe product.


   Human Services:
      With the changing economy and residents struggling with lost employment, decreased hours,
       and rising costs, the HSC continued to look for ways to fill in the gaps by finding ways to
       increase funding and augment solutions with other programs offered by outside
       organizations.

      Arlington Cares has grown over the past year and is beginning its second year with a new
       Board of Directors and new goals. A plan is in progress for its first large fundraiser,
       partnerships have been formed with other organizations to increase the volunteer base for all
       involved, and several events have been implemented to increase the community awareness
       of Arlington Cares. The Human Services Coordinator (HSC) will continue as liaison and work
       together toward the same mission, “to help individuals and families in crisis” who live in
       Arlington Heights.

      The Ready for School Program (previously known as the Back to School Initiative) continues
       to serve the community. Not only were free haircuts included for families, but past clients,
       who are hairdressers, were given a chance to give back by donating their time to this
       program. This brings social services full circle.



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      The HSC continued to connect clients with programs from other agencies such as Salvation
       Army’s Jobs Program to increase the services available to our residents. Partnerships
       continued with Cross and Crown Church’s Ministry of Hope and Orchard Church’s Homeless
       Ministry to better understand and serve the homeless community in Arlington Heights. These
       programs give the homeless community an opportunity to not only educate themselves on
       how to become better members of the community, but to gain the needed support and tools
       to mainstream themselves back into society.


   Nursing Services:
      The Village continues its membership with the Illinois Public Health Association Consortium,
       who conducts a bid process to obtain the lowest price for influenza vaccine for members. The
       cost of flu vaccine has decreased annually since joining. The Village is compensated for this
       expense, as fees of $20 per person are charged for influenza vaccine.

      Nursing Services continues to offer Village employees protection against Hepatitis B and
       Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis), at no cost to the Village due to grant funding
       provided to the Illinois Department of Public Health via the American Recovery and
       Reinvestment Act. This vaccine provides Pertussis protection during the current Pertussis
       outbreak noted in recent new reports.

      The Home Visit program remained high in numbers served as we continue to average over
       200 home visits a month. This program provides a very valuable service to the community as
       it helps to allow our residents to age in place. There is no charge to the resident for the visit,
       but a small supply cost is charged to replace any supplies or equipment used. Most home
       visits are provided on a monthly basis to remain equitable and accessible to Arlington Heights
       homebound residents.

      Through a generous donation from Arlington Heights Senior, Inc., the full-time nurses each
       have a Samsung Galaxy computer tablet to use for the Home Visit Program. Patient charts
       will be electronic; reducing the time it takes to manually document. In addition, this program
       will provide data reports such as: the number of visits, number of clients, those on oxygen,
       gender, geographic location, etc. The technology available on the tablet will not only serve
       the Home Visit Program, but will also assist our Immunization Program.

      During weather emergencies following the February 2011 blizzard and high heat and
       humidity indexes this past summer, Nursing Services contacted the “at risk” Arlington Heights
       residents, i.e. their Home Visit clients and the seniors in the two senior subsidized housing
       buildings. Since 9/11, Nursing Services has incorporated the importance of emergency
       preparedness instruction as part of the admission visit. Emergency kits provided by the
       Senior Center’s Eagle Scout Projects also helped to ensure our resident’s safety.

   Health Services eliminated two copier leases and purchased one new copier. This will save
   $2,600 annually in the photocopying budget.

   Health Services staff continues to use the back side of used paper from their recycling bin for all
   draft copies. Agendas and minutes are emailed to our Boards and Commissions saving postage
   and paper. The Department of Building & Health Services monthly reports are being emailed in
   order to reduce paper usage. Applications are being printed on both sides. All these small
   measures save paper, postage, ink and toner cartridges, and help the environment.




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 ► Continue to monitor, prepare for, and act upon ongoing and newly emerging
   communicable diseases. Make sure staff attends appropriate seminars to keep current on
   all relevant health related issues.

    Environmental Health:
       As of December 13, 2011, staff conducted 12 inspections in response to possible foodborne
        illness outbreaks in our community.

       The Illinois Department of Public Health and Cook County Department of Public Health
        requested a Health Officer to conduct an effectiveness check on a recall order for pre-
        packaged sandwiches that may have been contaminated with Listeria. Inspections were
        conducted at local convenience stores that were known to carry the recalled sandwiches,
        finding one store that had not received their notice to remove the food.

       On June 21st, several downtown restaurants lost power for up to 24 hours. The following day,
        a Health Officer conducted an inspection at each establishment and handed out information
        on what to do during a power outage. All restaurants without power had to remain closed
        until power was restored. Some establishments had partial power allowing them to sell
        prepackaged items, bread and coffee only. The top priority for these establishments was to
        keep their food at the proper temperatures to prevent product loss. This was established by
        either renting a refrigerated truck, packing all the food in the walk in freezer with additional
        bags of ice, renting generators, or moving product to a nearby establishment with full power.
        Unfortunately many establishments still had to discard food. Follow-up inspections were
        conducted on June 23rd and all establishments were open and had full power.

       Health Services continued to monitor the transmission of the West Nile Virus (WNV). In
        2011, the Northwest Mosquito Abatement District once again confirmed WNV in mosquito
        collection samples in Arlington Heights. Dead birds were collected by staff and submitted to
        the State for testing, with one bird being positive for the WNV. There were 34 confirmed
        human cases of WNV and three deaths in Illinois.

    Nursing Services:
       In June, Nursing Services along with the Disability Services Coordinator assisted in the
        Disaster Drill at Northwest Community Hospital. The drill was based on a wide spread
        tornado which resulted in multiple serious casualties and fatalities.

       Health Services held two “by appointment” seasonal influenza vaccination clinics for our
        residents at the Senior Center. Employee and First Responder Clinics were also provided.
        The small amount of vaccine left over from these clinics was administered during the general
        wellness clinics held in Health Services.

    Health Services staff attended several educational seminars including: Illinois Public Health
                                          st
    Emergency Preparedness Summit, 1 U.S. Food & Drug Administration Road Show, Illinois
    Department of Public Health Communicable Disease Conference, North Chapter Illinois
    Environmental Health Association Conferences, LEHA Annual Educational Conference,
    Anderson Pest Control, Geriatric Review, Older Adults Abuse and Neglect, Immunization Update,
    Caring for Children with Infectious Diseases, Psychological First Aid Update, Altered Standards of
    Care in Mass Causality Situations, and CPR Instructor Renewal.




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 ► Provide programs and communications that promote health education and awareness to
   residents and businesses in the community.

    Health Services provided a variety of programs and communications that promote health
    education and awareness to residents and businesses in the community.


    Disability Services:
       In commemoration of Disability Employment Awareness Month, the Commission for Citizens
        with Disabilities and Village Board awarded Dominick’s Finer Foods the Commission’s 2011
        Disability Employment Awareness Award.

       The Commission for Citizens with Disabilities once again co-sponsored the Citizens with
                                                                      th
        Disabilities Day Carnival at the Frontier Days Festival. The 4 of July Parade Reserved
        Wheelchair Viewing Area was available again this year in front of the Arlington Heights
        Memorial Library.

       Disability Services was pleased to receive notice of a YouTube viewer statistical report
        regarding the video Kevin Corcoran from Lorelle Communications, Inc. produced titled;
        “Village of Arlington Heights’ Commission for Citizens with Disabilities at Frontier Days.” The
        video was produced and aired to highlight all the disability accommodations available
        throughout the annual Frontier Days event. A total of 1178 people viewed the video between
        June 18th and July 11th on YouTube with thousands more viewing it on the cable access
        channel.

       The Commission also hosted presentations from two companies who offer tracking systems
        that locate missing persons with cognitive disabilities. The tracking systems are used for
        persons with disabilities who require 24-hour supervision

       The DSC continues to write and edit the Connections, a disability newsletter. The newsletter
        is used to announce current events, provide disability information and referral resources, and
        will be used as a registration form for the ADA Update Presentation.

    Environmental Health:
       Staff continues to write a quarterly newsletter for all foodservice facilities. The FoodNews
        Newsletter enables the Health Officers to provide Code updates and techniques to food
        service operators.

       A video was created by Kevin Corcoran from Lorelle Communications, Inc. on our “green
        initiative” programs for the Village TV Access Channel. The video included CFL bulbs,
        holiday lights, and mercury recycling.

       Environmental Health provides a page on the Village web site for food service owners and
        operators. The page provides a variety of regularly requested information that includes
        consumer advisories, plan review requirements, previously distributed Arlington Heights
        FoodNews newsletters, and temporary event foodservice applications.

       Our department continues to participate in the Prescription Drug and Sharps Program
        sponsored by SWANCC. This program allows residents to drop-off their expired and unused
        prescription medications along with needles and syringes.




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      Staff attended the Olive-Mary Still School annual Earth Fair and answered questions on
       refuse disposal and recycling. Educational materials on environmental topics were also
       available.

   Human Services:
      The HSC attends workshops, seminars, and health fairs to increase awareness and gather
       new knowledge of programs available for Arlington Heights residents. Throughout the year
       the HSC is requested and provides outreach to churches, community agencies, and service
       clubs in an effort to better serve our community.

   Nursing Services:
      The Supervising Nurse continues to work with Human Resources, Fire, and Police
       Designated Infection Control Officers to implement procedures for our employees following a
       communicable disease exposure. This effort is done in answer to the Ryan White Act which
       mandates that EMS Personnel can find out whether they were exposed to a life threatening
       disease while providing care. More importantly is ensuring procedures are in place to
       prevent exposures, as in the use of personal protective equipment.

      Body fat analysis and educational materials on nutrition and obesity were provided at the
       Mane Event, the Senior Center Health & Fitness Day, the Senior Center Celebration, and the
       annual Saturday Cholesterol Clinic in February in recognition of National Heart Awareness
       Month.

      State mandated vision and hearing screenings are provided in our parochial schools that do
       not have State certified screeners. Village nurses must take a State sponsored class to
       become certified screeners. Currently Our Lady of Wayside, St. James, and St. Peters
       elementary schools are in need of the vision and hearing program. The enrollment in these
       schools ranges from approximately 400-550 students. The children are screened for both
       vision and hearing and our nurses serve all classes that are mandated by the State. Those
       children that fail either one of the screenings are then re-screened two weeks later. Referral
       forms and letters are sent to the parents for follow-up. An annual State form is then
       completed detailing the number of children screened and the physicians finding for statistical
       review.

      February is National Heart Awareness Month. Health Services recognized this by holding an
       additional Cholesterol Clinic on Saturday, February 22, 2011.

      March is recognized as Colon Cancer Awareness Month and Nursing Services recognized
       this by providing educational kits in Health Services. All front office staff wore the logo pin for
       the month to help promote awareness.

      October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Nursing Services supported the Village Fire
       Fighter’s Breast Cancer Initiative by wearing their pink t-shirts at each Flu Clinic and our
       Immunization Clinic.

      Nursing Services also provided six CPR and/or AED training classes to the community.
       Often times this is done in partnership with Northwest Community Hospital.




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  ► Take the necessary steps to help assure a seamless transition to the recycling cart and
    optional refuse cart components for the single-family solid waste program. Provide
    important information to residents regarding code changes associated with this service.

     Throughout the month of March 2011, Groot Industries distributed a recycling cart to every single-
     family household in our community. In order to ensure that residents were made aware of the
     significant changes to the Single-Family Solid Waste Program, a postcard and brochure were
     prepared and sent to every single-family household in advance of cart distribution. In addition, all
     three cart sizes were displayed for a month at Village Hall and at the Senior Center. A question &
     answer handout was also prepared and provided at each location. Health Services staff
     responded to a substantial number of telephone and walk-in inquires about the program and
     worked closely with staff from Groot Industries throughout the process. Following distribution of
     the carts, Environmental Health staff responded to inquires regarding permitted cart storage
     locations on residential properties. Staff educated residents on proper locations for carts and
     visited individual residential properties when necessary.

     The cart program has been very successful. As of November 30, 2011, recycling rates increased
     7% since the carts were initiated into the recycling program. Residents were given the
     opportunity to choose from three cart sizes. Approximately 78% selected the 65-gallon recycling
     cart, 18% chose the 35-gallon cart and 4% chose the 95-gallon cart. Residents were also given
     the opportunity to lease a garbage cart and 7% of residents selected this option.


2012-13 Goals and Objectives
  ► Continue to maintain high quality services to our community and efficiently manage the Village’s
    resources.

  ► Continue to monitor, prepare for, and act upon ongoing and newly emerging communicable
    diseases. Make sure staff attends appropriate seminars to keep current on all relevant health
    related issues and on continuing education units required for licensure.

  ► Provide programs and communications that promote health education and awareness to
    residents and businesses in the community.

  ► Continue to provide information and respond to resident’s concerns regarding the Single-Family
    Solid Waste Program.




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 Performance Measures                                                               Calendar Year
                                                                       2009              2010            2011
 1. Routine In-Service Food Service Inspections:
    High Risk                                                                 320             315            321
    Medium Risk                                                               252             240            252
    Low Risk                                                                   85              75             77
    Seasonal Inspections                                                       80              89             69
                                                   Total Inspections          737             719            719


 2. Routine Swimming Pool/Spa Inspections:
    Indoor Pools                                                              343             287            294
    Outdoor Pools                                                             263             274            247
                                                   Total Inspections          606             561            541


 3. Routine Licensed Day Care Inspections                                     33               35               31


 4. Nursing In-Home Visits                                               2,641              2,616          2,424


 5. Immunizations                                                        1,073              1,144          1,256
    Influenza vaccine                                                    1,740              1,376          1,265
    H1N1                                                                 2,000                 n/a            n/a


 6. Clinic Services:
    Diabetic Screenings                                                    203                192            126
   INR                                                                     298                228            131
   Injections                                                              115                142            122
   Blood Pressure Readings                                               2,739              2,675          2,602
   Pulse Oximeter                                                          713              1,269          1,993
   Cholesterol Screenings                                                  285                275            238
   TB Screenings                                                           373                365            324
   Community Event blood pressure/body fat analysis                         n/a               212            368
                                          Total Clinical Services        4,726              5,358          5,904


 7. New 9-1-1 Premise Alert Registrants - Disability Services                 18               13               10


 8. Park District Scholarship Program – total applications                    114             125            153
    Portion of applications for Children at Play (CAP)                         30              30             24


 9. Emergency Assistance Fund - Households Served                             296             290            295

                                                 Total Expenditures    $49,201            $46,201        $50,713




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HEALTH SERVICES                                                                                                          4502

                                    2009-10       2010-11       2011-12          2011-12     2012-13        $              %
                                     Actual        Actual       Est Act          Budget      Budget       Change         Change


Authorized Positions in F-T-E          11.00         10.00           9.50            9.50          9.50          0.00          0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                 $1,203,285    $1,182,530   $1,159,600     $1,222,600      $1,209,600    ($13,000)   (1.1%)
 Contractual Services                 172,213       161,051      139,800        180,700         180,200        (500)   (0.3%)
 Commodities                           46,120        50,155       52,300         55,800          56,800       1,000     1.8%
 Other Charges                         73,637        76,942       88,100         93,100          93,600         500     0.5%
 Capital Items                         13,935             0        3,600          3,555               0      (3,555) (100.0%)

   Total Expenditures              $1,509,190    $1,470,678   $1,443,400     $1,555,755      $1,540,200    ($15,555)          (1.0%)




                                          CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                    2009-10       2010-11       2011-12          2011-12     2012-13        $              %
                                     Actual        Actual       Est Act          Budget      Budget       Change         Change

General Fund                       $1,495,255    $1,470,678   $1,439,800     $1,552,200      $1,540,200    ($12,000)   (0.8%)
Capital Projects Fund                  13,935             0        3,600          3,555               0      (3,555) (100.0%)

   Total Expenditures              $1,509,190    $1,470,678   $1,443,400     $1,555,755      $1,540,200    ($15,555)          (1.0%)



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                                                                               Projected
      Account                    Account             Actual       Actual         Actual    Budget      Budget          $            %
      Number                    Description         2009-10      2010-11        2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-4502-523.10-01   Salaries                        856,730      845,765       814,400     862,500     847,800     (14,700)       (1.7%)
101-4502-523.18-01   Temporary Help                    9,825       10,789        10,000      15,000      15,500         500         3.3%
101-4502-523.18-05   Overtime Civilian                     0            0             0         300         300           0         0.0%
                       Salaries                      866,555      856,554       824,400     877,800     863,600     (14,200)       (1.6%)

101-4502-523.19-01   Workers Compensation             14,100       14,700        15,100      15,100      15,600          500        3.3%
101-4502-523.19-05   Medical Insurance               159,400      153,500       154,300     154,300     147,500       (6,800)      (4.4%)
101-4502-523.19-10   IMRF                             99,266       94,784       102,400     108,300     117,200        8,900        8.2%
101-4502-523.19-11   Social Security                  51,840       51,053        51,400      54,400      53,200       (1,200)      (2.2%)
101-4502-523.19-12   Medicare                         12,124       11,939        12,000      12,700      12,500         (200)      (1.6%)
                       Fringe Benefits               336,730      325,976       335,200     344,800     346,000        1,200        0.3%

101-4502-523.20-25   Counseling Services              26,164       33,969        29,000      32,700      34,000        1,300        4.0%
101-4502-523.20-40   General Insurance                14,300       15,000        15,500      15,500      16,000          500        3.2%
101-4502-523.21-02   Equipment Maintenance               751        1,379         1,300       1,300       2,000          700       53.8%
101-4502-523.21-10   Property Maintenance             27,275       27,832        23,000      52,800      52,800            0        0.0%
101-4502-523.21-65   Other Services                    7,333        4,658         4,700       6,500       6,500            0        0.0%
101-4502-523.22-02   Dues                              1,778          785         2,100       2,400       2,400            0        0.0%
101-4502-523.22-03   Training                          2,293        1,602         2,400       4,400       4,400            0        0.0%
101-4502-523.22-05   Postage                           2,424        2,480         2,600       2,800       2,800            0        0.0%
101-4502-523.22-10   Printing                          1,184        1,021         1,200       1,500       1,500            0        0.0%
101-4502-523.22-15   Photocopying                      4,111        3,825         3,200       6,000       3,000       (3,000)     (50.0%)
101-4502-523.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge            48,100       47,800        41,000      41,000      39,400       (1,600)      (3.9%)
101-4502-523.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Charge       36,500       20,700        13,800      13,800      15,400        1,600       11.6%
                        Contractual Services         172,213      161,051       139,800     180,700     180,200         (500)      (0.3%)

101-4502-523.30-01   Publications Periodicals            938           1,238      1,200       1,300       1,300           0        0.0%
101-4502-523.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip           4,714           4,925      5,000       5,000       6,000       1,000       20.0%
101-4502-523.30-35   Clothing                            117           1,008      1,000       1,000       1,000           0        0.0%
101-4502-523.30-50   Petroleum Products                2,740           2,665      3,000       3,100       3,100           0        0.0%
101-4502-523.33-05   Other Supplies                    1,271           1,317      1,100       1,500       1,500           0        0.0%
101-4502-523.33-10   Wellness Program Supplies        36,340          39,002     41,000      43,900      43,900           0        0.0%
                       Commodities                    46,120          50,155     52,300      55,800      56,800       1,000        1.8%

101-4502-523.40-53   A H Emergency Assistance         40,000          40,000     40,000      40,000      40,000           0         0.0%
101-4502-523.40-57   A H Emergency Asst Donations     11,000          13,643     19,600      20,000      20,000           0         0.0%
101-4502-523.40-58   Disabled Citizen Donation             0               0          0         100         100           0         0.0%
101-4502-523.40-61   MRC Capacity Building Award           0               0        500       5,000       4,500        (500)      (10.0%)
101-4502-523.41-16   CAP Program                      22,637          23,299     28,000      28,000      29,000       1,000         3.6%
                       Other Charges                  73,637          76,942     88,100      93,100      93,600         500         0.5%


                     Total Health Services          1,495,255    1,470,678     1,439,800   1,552,200   1,540,200    (12,000)       (0.8%)




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                                      PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                     Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                         Title                Grade   2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1325    Director of Building & Health Services     D63        0.50       0.50

1337    Nursing Supervisor                         C42        1.00       1.00

1330    Human Services Coordinator                 C41        1.00       1.00

1335    Environmental Health Practitioner          C41        3.00       3.00

1340    Public Health Nurse                        C41        1.00       1.00

1350    Disability Services Coordinator            B31        1.00       1.00

1735    Administrative Assistant II                B21        1.00       1.00

1762    Receptionist                               A12        1.00       1.00
        Total F-T-E                                           9.50       9.50       0.00




                        Building & Health Services Department
                             Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                           Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                      Fund                                2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund
         Building & Health Services
             Building Services                              16.00       16.00
             Health Services                                  9.50       9.50
             Senior Services                                  3.75       3.75
        Total F-T-E All Funds                               29.25       29.25       0.00




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                          EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                             Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                 2011-12             2012-13

SALARIES:

101-4502-523.10-01 Salaries                Salaries                                             862,500             847,800

101-4502-523.18-01 Temporary Help          Temporary Help (part-time nurses, holiday
                                           assistance, summer environmental
                                            health intern)                                         15,000              15,500

101-4502-523.18-05 Overtime                Overtime                                                  300                 300

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                       877,800             863,600

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-4502-523.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                         15,100              15,600

101-4502-523.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance                                    154,300             147,500

101-4502-523.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                                 108,300             117,200

101-4502-523.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                         54,400              53,200

101-4502-523.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                                12,700              12,500

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                344,800             346,000

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-4502-523.20-25 Counseling Services     Counseling services for youth, seniors,
                                            and low income residents                               32,700              34,000

101-4502-523.20-40 General Insurance       Liability and property insurance                        15,500              16,000

101-4502-523.21-02 Equipment Maintenance   Medical equipment, cameras, typewriters,
                                            radon unit, vision & hearing units, sound
                                              meter, 3 defibrillators, etc.                         1,300               2,000

101-4502-523.21-10 Property Maintenance    Weed cutting, lot clearing and emergency
                                            property maintenance cleanup efforts                   52,800              52,800


101-4502-523.21-65 Other Services          Cell phone charges                           2,500               2,500
                                           Water testing                                  500                 500
                                           Sign language Interpreting services          1,500               1,500
                                           Annual cost of TTY line                      2,000       6,500   2,000       6,500

101-4502-523.22-02 Dues                    Dues                                                     2,400               2,400




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     Account                                                                                Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                       Description                   2011-12              2012-13

101-4502-523.22-03 Training                   Nursing Seminars                              500                  500
                                              Ill. Environmental Health Association
                                                 North Chapter (4)                          400                  400
                                              Ill. Environmental Health Association
                                                 State (3)                                 1,000                1,000
                                              Anderson Pest Control (4)                      200                  200
                                              Ill. Public Health Association (2)             700                  700
                                              Disability & social services
                                                 conferences, seminars and meetings         500                  500
                                              In-service management training                300                  300
                                              Director/Clerical training                    400                  400
                                              Mileage for personal vehicles                 400        4,400     400        4,400

101-4502-523.22-05 Postage                    Mailings                                                 2,800                2,800

101-4502-523.22-10 Printing                   Forms and reports                                        1,500                1,500

101-4502-523.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopies, supplies & maintenance          3,100                2,000
                                              Maintenance agreement Xerox 5150                 0                1,000
                                              Lease of Xerox CP245 copier                  2,500                    0
                                              Lease of Xerox WC151 copier                    400       6,000        0       3,000

101-4502-523.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge      Information Technology/GIS service charge               41,000               39,400

101-4502-523.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg Vehicle lease charge                                      13,800               15,400

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           180,700              180,200

COMMODITIES:

101-4502-523.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                               1,300                1,300

101-4502-523.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   General office supplies                                  5,000                6,000

101-4502-523.30-35 Clothing                   Uniforms & protective clothing                           1,000                1,000

101-4502-523.30-50 Petroleum Products         Gasoline for department vehicle(s)                       3,100                3,100

101-4502-523.33-05 Other Supplies             Swimming pool testing kits, film, small
                                               hardware, cameras, radon kits, misc.                    1,500                1,500

101-4502-523.33-10 Wellness Program           Flu vaccine supplies (WE9702)               20,300               20,300
                                              Immunization Clinics (WE9710)                4,900                4,900
                                              Festival First Aid (WE9713)                  1,900                1,900
                                              Medical Waste Disposal (WE0201)              1,000                1,000
                                              Clinic Supplies including cholesterol
                                                screening supplies, coagucheck/
                                                  hemacue supplies & miscellaneous
                                                    public health supplies (WE0601)       15,800      43,900   15,800      43,900

                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                       55,800               56,800




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     Account                                                                         Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                       Description            2011-12             2012-13

OTHER CHARGES:

101-4502-523.40-53 AH Emergency Assistance Arlington Heights Emergency Assistance
                                             Program (general funds)                           40,000              40,000

101-4502-523.40-57 AH Emerg Asst Donations Emergency assistance for Arlington
                                            Heights residents funded by donations              20,000              20,000

101-4502-523.40-58 Disabled Citizen Donations Emergency assistance for disabled
                                               citizens funded by donations                      100                 100

101-4502-523.40-61 MRC Capacity Bldg Award Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) supplies,
                                            training, and advertisement (rebudget)              5,000               4,500

101-4502-523.41-16 Children at Play           Grant to Children at Play Program -
                                               subsidy for low income residents                28,000              29,000

                                              TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                              93,100              93,600
                                              TOTAL HEALTH SERVICES                      1,552,200           1,540,200




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                                                   ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                                Director
                             of Building &
                            Health Services




      Building                  Health                Senior
      Services                 Services              Services




           Building &             Environmental           Facility
        Property Services            Health             Management



                                   Public Health          Services
           Fire Safety
                                     Nursing            & Programs
            Services
                                     Services           Coordination



            Permits &                 Social              Volunteer
            Licensing                Services             Services




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SENIOR SERVICES

The National Council on Aging reports that senior centers serve as a gateway to the nation’s aging
network, connecting older adults to vital community services that can help them stay healthy and
independent. (National Council on Aging Senior Centers Fact Sheet.)

Recognized by the Older Americans Act as a community focal point, senior centers have become one of
the most widely used services among older adults (National Council on Aging Senior Centers Fact Sheet).
 In our village, the Arlington Heights Senior Center serves as the community focal point where older adults
can come together for services and programs that reflect their experience and skills, respond to their
diverse needs and interests and enhance their dignity, support their independence, and encourage their
involvement within the center and the community. The Senior Center provides a wide array of services
and programs and links patrons with services offered by other agencies. The Senior Center serves as the
primary resource for the entire community for information on aging, support for family caregivers, training
professional and lay leaders and students and for the development of innovative approaches to aging
issues and programs.

The 42,000 square foot well appointed Senior Center, owned and operated by the Village of Arlington
Heights provides the umbrella for this wide array of senior services. These services are provided by our
eight agency partners: Arlington Heights Memorial Library, Arlington Heights Nurses Club, Arlington
Heights Park District, Catholic Charities Northwest Senior Services, Catholic Charities Lunch and More
Program, Community Nutrition Network, Escorted Transportation Service/Northwest and Northwest
Community Hospital.


2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives
    ► Effectively manage the new grant funds to promote the Senior Health Insurance Program.
      These funds were established in December 2010 from the State of Illinois Department of
      Insurance and Regulation for the SHIP program.
        This was accomplished. The routine monthly reporting system is in place. New furnishings and
        equipment including printers and copiers have been installed in the SHIP offices, a Cable
        Television commercial was produced and we printed client record storage folders.
    ► Continue working with Arlington Heights Senior Center, Inc. in their goal of improving fund
      raising for the Senior Center.
        This was accomplished. Several new board members to Arlington Heights Senior Center, Inc.
        have been added. Arlington Heights Senior Center, Inc. launched its own website, including the
        ability to donate on line. Arlington Heights Senior Center, Inc. accepted the publication of the
        Senior Center’s newsletter with the hope that this would lead to some potential to raise additional
        funds for the senior center.
    ► Continue enhancing the collaboration and synergy established by the SCNO (Northwestern
      University’s Students Consulting for Non-Profit Organizations) 2009 organizational study of
      the Senior Center.
        The Senior Center’s agencies met several times. Some work was done on creating remote
        parking for staff. Improved cross communication and marketing, such as the Senior Center
        Scoops, an internal e-mailed announcement page and collaboration were offshoots.
    ► Work with Northwest Community Hospital and the rest of the Senior Center Agencies on
      the exploration of the potential for a center-wide health and fitness program for the Senior
      Center staff.




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     This was not accomplished on a formal basis, but individually there is an increased interest among
     employees in fitness, with more staff walking at lunchtime; participating in the trim time class; and
     one of our agencies participated in the Presidential Lifestyle Award, with one of their staff losing
     63.5 pounds.
 ► Repeat the success of one of our agencies’ team building exercises and extend it on a
   center-wide basis.
     Some team building activities were incorporated into our operations, such as adding the agency
     directors into the annual get together of Arlington Heights Senior Center, Inc., the Arlington
     Heights Senior Center Advisory Council and the Village of Arlington Heights Senior Citizens
     Commission. We explored the viability of several options. Several projects which came up
     through the year created natural opportunities for increased collaboration among the agencies.
 ► Develop brain fitness program.
     We offered a six week session called Total Memory Workout by CJE Senior Life with 15
     participants, as well as Harper College’s Lifelong Learning Institute Brain Gym.
 ► Develop a “how to live in the 21st century” technology instructional program, focusing on
   how to blog, how to text, how to participate in social networks.
     We have identified several venues, but much of the expertise in this area is product specific. The
     development of this program is a “work in progress.”
 ►   Continue to place skilled volunteers in leadership and other suitable placements.
     We continue to be able to place nurses in the lending closet and attract skilled individuals into the
     SHIP program. We also placed another CPA into the Tax Counseling for the Elderly. We
     developed our scrapbooking club around one volunteer’s expertise. When an Escorted
     Transportation Service/Northwest volunteer went to collect his patient to provide a ride and when
     she didn’t come to the door, he managed to convince the superintendent of the building to check
     and she did need help. He truly saved her life.
 ► Prepare for and adapt to any upcoming changes in the RTA “Seniors Ride Free”
   application and processing. It is expected to transform into a means based program
   which will require additional staff time and training to screen the applicants.
     This was accomplished. The program was reduced at the regional level to a 50% discount across
     the board and free rides for those whose incomes qualify for the state’s circuit breaker program
     (IL1363). Most of the staff time was spent in trying to obtain accurate information from the RTA,
     who were themselves trying to gather the specifics of the program, not in the actual processing.
 ► Work with the Senior Citizens Commission to formalize the protocol for the Dr. Kenneth
   Hood Award recognition.
     Under Commissioner Weber’s chairmanship, the Dr. Kenneth Hood committee developed a
     procedural manual for future reference. They selected Joe Cesario as a candidate, initiated a
     board presentation and hosted a reception.
 ► Work with the Advisory Council to develop a fresh agenda of programs and events.
     The council appointed a program chairperson and she explored several new ideas, including a
     clutter busting program. The council decided to repeat the successful programs of the past.
     Although not advisory council sponsored programs, some of our newer offerings include the one
     of our Advisory Council members exploring with the Arlington Heights Art Guild the potential for
     an exhibition and reception to showcase Arlington Heights Quasquicentennial. Another is an eight
     week “Acting for Seniors,” launched through an open house.




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2012-13 Goals and Objectives

  ► Form a reaccreditation committee and begin to complete the process, establishing a time line,
    establishing subcommittees, developing and submitting the binder and arranging for the site visits.

  ► Enhance our performing arts programs, looking into the feasibility of musical programs, including,
    but not limited to a band.

  ► Explore the feasibility of some type of intergenerational aging program, from something as formal
    as presentations to something as informal as “dinner with a grandparent.”

  ► Make senior patrons aware of the benefits of interaction with domestic pets, including but not
    limited to pet therapy and possibly adoption information.

  ► Explore the feasibility of outreach toward Meals on Wheels clients, such as flowers or cards for
    special events.

  ► Explore the possibility of a new fund raiser for Arlington Heights Senior Center, Inc. including but
    not limited to a fall flower sale or Monopoly tournament or holiday wrapping program.

  ► Work with Arlington Heights Senior Center, Inc. on the further development of their website.

  ► Offer a cookie decorating program or baking class.

  ► Explore the feasibility of providing an annual transportation service for those who do not drive to
    Arlington Heights cemeteries or some other method for senior citizens to pay their respects.

  ► Expand our Corporate Human Resources outreach to increase upcoming retiree awareness of our
    services, programs and volunteer opportunities.

  ► Expand our community outreach to increase the community’s awareness of our services,
    programs and volunteer opportunities. Suggested vehicles include church bulletins, park district
    sites, the library, and downtown merchants.

  ► Assess feasibility of an abbreviated newsletter to every residence coinciding with reaccreditation.

  ► Explore the possibility of some additional programs possibly very basic ballroom dancing, outside
    walking club walks, developing a hiking club.

  ► Recruit, place and train additional volunteers in the Lending Closet, Senior Health Insurance, Café
    and Tax Counseling for the Elderly.

  ► Explore the potential to renovate the existing interior flower boxes.

  ► Formalize the spring parking lot spruce up.




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Performance Measures                                              Calendar Year
                                                         2009         2010         2011

1. Congregate Meals - Served by Community
   Catholic Charities                                    9,139        8,270        7,538



2. Home Delivered Meals - Served by
   Community Nutrition Network                           12,218      14,544       19,006



3. Social Work Cases Opened                              9,689       10,806       10,131



4. Recreation Participation - Attendance at Park         56,288      54,209       56,959
   District Programming at Senior Center



5. Number of Subsidized Rides Provided                   1,851        2,756        2,057




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SENIOR SERVICES                                                                                                   4503

                                    2009-10      2010-11     2011-12          2011-12    2012-13      $              %
                                     Actual       Actual     Est Act          Budget     Budget     Change         Change


Authorized Positions in F-T-E           3.75         3.75           3.75          3.75       3.75          0.00       0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                  $318,104     $311,322     $327,800        $335,900   $345,300      $9,400         2.8%
 Contractual Services                102,262       84,796       82,100          92,400     90,300      (2,100)       (2.3%)
 Commodities                          15,311       13,885       13,600          13,600     16,500       2,900        21.3%
 Other Charges                             0            0        5,000           5,000      5,000           0         0.0%
 Capital Items                         3,880            0            0               0          0           0          N/A

   Total Expenditures               $439,557     $410,003     $428,500        $446,900   $457,100     $10,200         2.3%




                                              CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                    2009-10      2010-11     2011-12          2011-12    2012-13      $              %
                                     Actual       Actual     Est Act          Budget     Budget     Change         Change

General Fund                        $435,677     $410,003     $428,500        $446,900   $457,100     $10,200         2.3%
Capital Projects Fund                  3,880            0            0               0          0           0          N/A

   Total Expenditures               $439,557     $410,003     $428,500        $446,900   $457,100     $10,200         2.3%



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          Note:    See page 178 for a summary of the entire Building & Health Services Department which includes
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GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                                 EXPENDITURES


                                                                               Projected
      Account                      Account           Actual       Actual         Actual    Budget      Budget          $            %
      Number                      Description       2009-10      2010-11        2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-4503-523.10-01   Salaries                        257,038      250,940       259,900     268,000     272,400       4,400         1.6%
                       Salaries                      257,038      250,940       259,900     268,000     272,400       4,400         1.6%

101-4503-523.19-01   Workers Compensation                500             500        500         500         500           0        0.0%
101-4503-523.19-05   Medical Insurance                16,800          17,300     17,300      17,300      17,000        (300)      (1.7%)
101-4503-523.19-10   IMRF                             24,283          23,544     30,200      29,600      34,700       5,100       17.2%
101-4503-523.19-11   Social Security                  15,790          15,430     16,100      16,600      16,800         200        1.2%
101-4503-523.19-12   Medicare                          3,693           3,608      3,800       3,900       3,900           0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits                61,066          60,382     67,900      67,900      72,900       5,000        7.4%

101-4503-523.20-40   General Insurance                 8,200           8,600      8,900       8,900       9,200          300        3.4%
101-4503-523.21-02   Equipment Maintenance             3,433           1,439      3,800       7,800       7,000         (800)     (10.3%)
101-4503-523.21-65   Other Services                    9,438          10,891     11,000      15,700      14,000       (1,700)     (10.8%)
101-4503-523.22-02   Dues                              1,059             410        500         500         500            0        0.0%
101-4503-523.22-03   Training                          1,646             159        400         400         400            0        0.0%
101-4503-523.22-05   Postage                           4,774             955      1,200       1,500       1,500            0        0.0%
101-4503-523.22-10   Printing                          6,383               0          0           0           0            0        N/A
101-4503-523.22-15   Photocopying                      5,662           3,146      3,200       4,000       3,200         (800)     (20.0%)
101-4503-523.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge            52,100          51,900     44,600      44,600      45,500          900        2.0%
101-4503-523.22-40   Taxi Service Subsidy              9,567           7,296      8,500       9,000       9,000            0        0.0%
                        Contractual Services         102,262          84,796     82,100      92,400      90,300       (2,100)      (2.3%)

101-4503-523.30-01   Publications Periodicals            208               0           0          0           0           0        N/A
101-4503-523.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip           4,994           5,424       4,800      4,800       4,800           0        0.0%
101-4503-523.31-65   Other Equip & Supplies           10,109           8,461       8,800      8,800      11,700       2,900       33.0%
                       Commodities                    15,311          13,885      13,600     13,600      16,500       2,900       21.3%

101-4503-523.40-05   Grants                                0              0        5,000      5,000       5,000            0        0.0%
                       Other Charges                       0              0        5,000      5,000       5,000            0        0.0%


                     Total Senior Services           435,677      410,003       428,500     446,900     457,100      10,200         2.3%

                     Total Building & Health Serv   4,571,450    3,962,862     3,832,600   3,967,100   4,070,500    103,400         2.6%




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                                  PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                               Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                      Title         Grade       2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1505    Senior Center Manager            C42            1.00       1.00

1510    Program Coordinator              B23            0.75       0.75

1511    Volunteer Coordinator            B21            0.50       0.50

1745    Staff Assistant                  A12            1.00       1.00

1762    Receptionist                     A12            0.50       0.50
        Total F-T-E                                     3.75       3.75       0.00




                       Building & Health Services Department
                            Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                     Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                  Fund                              2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund
         Building & Health Services
             Building Services                         16.00      16.00
             Health Services                            9.50       9.50
             Senior Services                            3.75       3.75
        Total F-T-E All Funds                          29.25      29.25       0.00




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                           EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                              Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                  2011-12             2012-13

SALARIES:

101-4503-523.10-01 Salaries                Salaries                                              268,000             272,400

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                        268,000             272,400

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-4503-523.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                            500                 500

101-4503-523.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance                                        17,300              17,000

101-4503-523.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                                     29,600              34,700

101-4503-523.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                          16,600              16,800

101-4503-523.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                                  3,900               3,900

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                    67,900              72,900

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-4503-523.20-40 General Insurance       Liability and property insurance                          8,900               9,200

101-4503-523.21-02 Equipment Maintenance   Office, institutional equipment                 700                 500
                                           Billiard table maintenance                    2,000               2,000
                                           Piano tuning                                    500                 500
                                           Defibrillator and other misc. equipment         500                 400
                                           Kitchen equipment repairs                     4,100       7,800   3,600       7,000

101-4503-523.21-65 Other Services          Online support                                1,000               1,000
                                           Volunteer banquet-meal                        6,000               6,500
                                           Volunteer banquet entertainment                   0                 300
                                           Classes & programs instructional fees         6,000               4,000
                                           Other miscellaneous services                    100                 100
                                           Employment assistance/coaching
                                             services for 50+                            1,600               1,600
                                           Intergenerational programs support services   1,000      15,700     500      14,000

101-4503-523.22-02 Dues                    Dues                                                       500                 500

101-4503-523.22-03 Training                Gerontology or Volunteer conference            300                 300
                                           Mileage                                        100         400     100         400

101-4503-523.22-05 Postage                 General postage                               1,200               1,200
                                           Volunteer banquet postage                       300       1,500     300       1,500

101-4503-523.22-15 Photocopying            Photocopies, supplies & maintenance           2,900               2,100
                                           Maintenance agreement Xerox 5135              1,100       4,000   1,100       3,200




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      Account                                                                                    Budget              Budget
      Number                 Account Title                           Description                 2011-12             2012-13

101-4503-523.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge           Information Technology service charge                   44,600              45,500

101-4503-523.22-40 Taxi Service Subsidy            Taxi Service Subsidy Program                             9,000               9,000

                                                   TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              92,400              90,300

COMMODITIES:

101-4503-523.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.        General office supplies                      4,000               4,000
                                                   Photo film for transportation                  300                 300
                                                   Software and software upgrades                 300                 300
                                                   Volunteer Banquet stationery                   200       4,800     200       4,800

101-4503-523.31-65 Other Equip & Supplies          Small institutional and office equipment      800                             900
                                                   Volunteer banquet awards, decorations
                                                     and supplies                               1,000               1,200
                                                   Advisory Council Programs                    2,500               2,500
                                                       May - Patio Program
                                                       June - to be determined
                                                       July - Patio Hot Dog Cook Out *
                                                       August - Ice Cream Social
                                                       September - Patio Barbecue *
                                                   Series of Special Events                     1,000               1,200
                                                   Classes & programs supplies                  1,000               3,200
                                                   National Senior Fitness Day                    800               1,000
                                                   Coffee service 25¢ discount for volunteers     600                 600
                                                   Coffee service for approximately 40
                                                     meetings at Senior Center                   400                 400
                                                   Birthday cards for volunteers                 200                 200
                                                   Program supplies for intergenerational
                                                     programs, interns, Eagle Scouts and
                                                       local schools                             500        8,800    500       10,800

                                                   TOTAL COMMODITIES                                       13,600              16,500

OTHER CHARGES;

101-4503-523.40-05 Grants                          Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP)
                                                    Grant                                                   5,000               5,000

                                                   TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                      5,000               5,000
                                                   TOTAL SENIOR SERVICES                                 446,900             457,100
                                                   TOTAL BUILDING & HEALTH SERVICES                     3,967,100           4,070,500




* Partial revenue returns specific to fees charged for these events are anticipated.




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ENGINEERING
                                       ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                       Director of
                      Engineering




         Public                          Private
      Development                     Development
                        Traffic
      Construction                    Construction
                      Engineering
      Inspection &                    Inspection &
     Systems Design                  Systems Design




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ENGINEERING

The Engineering Department is responsible for planning, designing and inspecting
construction of public improvements and the infrastructure of the Village.
The Department also responds to citizens' inquiries, advises developers with respect to engineering
requirements of the Village, keeps Village maps current, determines plan review and inspection fees and
inspects private construction of public improvements to ensure that they meet Village requirements.

The Department is made up of the following functional units:

    Public Development Construction Inspection and Systems Design: This unit is responsible for the
    preparation of plans, construction inspection and layout for all publicly funded municipal system
    projects, including flood control and road improvements; planning and administering the Village's
    infrastructure improvement program, including inventory, evaluation and construction; reviewing and
    approving all plans prepared by consulting engineers engaged by the Village in these activities; and,
    performing all engineering services for the Board of Local Improvements.

    Private Development Construction Inspection and Systems Design: This unit is responsible for
    reviewing and approving all plans prepared by developers for privately funded municipal system
    projects and sites to be developed; inspecting the construction of these projects and sites; making
    bond release inspections; and responding to citizen inquiries on grading problems.

    Traffic Engineering: This unit is responsible for the compilation of traffic data for proposed traffic
    controls; investigating and evaluating requests and needs for traffic safety measures and traffic control
    devices; reviewing the traffic impact of new development; coordinating the installation of street lighting
    systems; preparing plans for traffic signal modifications and street lighting systems; coordinating the
    Village's involvement with proposals for improvements by the Illinois Department of Transportation and
    Cook County Highway Department; and performing long and short range transportation planning.

The specific Goals & Objectives described on the following pages address the Village-wide goals of (1)
developing effective transportation planning; and (2) continuing high level of basic services.


2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives
    ► Continue to utilize the pavement management system’s conclusions and recommendations
      in the Village’s operations and long range planning. The pavement management system was
      utilized in selecting the street sections for the 2012 resurfacing, rehabilitation, and crack sealing
      programs. A progress report was generated by the system to provide direction on the level of
      funding necessary to effectively maintain the Village’s street network.

    ► Prepare contract plans and inspect the construction of the Street Pavement Resurfacing
      Program and Street Rehabilitation Program. Construction of the 2011 street programs was
      inspected and the 2012 street programs contract plans are being prepared.

    ► Complete the contract documents and supervise the construction of the Sidewalk
      Replacement Program. Contract documents were prepared and construction completed on
      sidewalk replacements.

    ► Manage the input of the public into the Capital Improvement Program. A citizen request
      notice was posted on the Village web site and publicized in local newspapers. All of the requests
      received were either addressed by current programs or were referred to other responsible public
      agencies.




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  ► Complete design work, right-of-way acquisition, and contract documents for the Northwest
    Highway/Davis Street/Arthur Avenue roadway improvement project. Design work has been
    completed, right-of-way acquisition continues, and contract documents are being prepared.

  ► Complete design work, right-of-way acquisition, and contract documents for the Wilke
    Road/Northwest Highway intersection improvement project. Design work continues and
    review by permitting agencies has begun.


2012-13 Goals and Objectives
  ► To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce spending.

  ► Continue to utilize the pavement management system’s conclusions and recommendations in the
    Village’s operations and long range planning.

  ► Prepare contract plans and inspect the construction of the Street Pavement Resurfacing Program
    and Street Rehabilitation Program.

  ► Complete the contract documents and supervise the construction of the annual Sidewalk
    Replacement Program.

  ► Manage the input of the public into the Capital Improvement Program.

  ► Complete right-of-way acquisition, contract documents, and begin construction for the Northwest
    Highway/Davis Street/Arthur roadway improvement project.

  ► Continue to improve communications with residents through use of the Village web page and a
    number of direct mailings.

  ► Continue efforts to stay informed on the latest technology regarding plan preparation, field
    construction, traffic management, and construction materials.

  ► Continue to review various funding sources for public improvements.


Performance Measures
                                                           FY2009           FY2010          FY2011

1. Private Development

       Number of Inspections:
          Pre-pour                                                814              694               651
          Final                                                   936              763               675
          All Other                                               276              234               193
               Total                                            2,026            1,691             1,519

       Number of Service Requests                                 285              189               101
       Number of Plan Reviews                                   1,867            1,901             1,760
       Number of Plan Commissions                                  38               31                32




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  Performance Measures (cont.)
                                                                  FY2009           FY2010           FY2011
  2. Public Development
                                                                                                         (1)
            Miles of streets resurfaced                                  7.85             6.95                 6.97
            Miles of streets reconstructed                               1.44             1.32                 1.43
            Miles of streets rehabilitated                               0.38             0.24                  .08
            Linear feet of sidewalks replaced                          28,839           34,800           32,824
            Linear feet of curb and gutter replaced                    62,852           55,400           58,627



  3. Traffic Engineering

            Number of Traffic Inquiries:
               School                                                        0               39                 30
               Stop Signs & Traffic Signals                                 52               57                 67
               Speed                                                        25               20                 12
               Parking                                                      36               38                 63

                Lighting
                   Standard Requests                                        42                47                34
                   Environmental Control Commission                          0                 6                 6
                   CBD LED                                                   0                21                20
                   Routes 58 & 62                                            0                35                35
                                                                                         (3)
                         Total Lighting                                     42               109                95

                Accident Data & Traffic Counts                              57               24                 38

                Other
                         Standard Requests                                  126              107               124
                         Northwest Community Hospital                         0               20                10
                         A.H. Road (Cook County Hwy Dept)                     0               27                38
                         Commuter Drive                                       0               29                29
                         Wilke & U.S. 14                                      0               29                27
                                                                        (2)              (4)
                         Total Other                                        126              212               228

                Total Traffic Engineering                                 338              499                 533


(1)
      Does not include 3,445 square yards Class C patching (concrete streets).
(2)
      Includes traffic study review for Plan Commissions.
(3)
      The increase in street lighting inquiries is based upon additional work generated from three areas not
      normally associated with citizen inquiries; Environmental Control Commission work with model lighting
      ordinance and night sky applications, Public Works and Engineering collaboration on the downtown LED
      retrofit, and the Route 58 & 62 lighting project being constructed co-jointly with the City of Rolling
      Meadows.
(4)
      The jump in this category reflects extra work on other traffic and transportation related projects including
      the COW Northwest Community Hospital traffic study work, Arlington Heights Road reconstruction
      project, and projects near Arlington International Racecourse.




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ENGINEERING                                                                                                               5001

                                       2009-10      2010-11      2011-12          2011-12     2012-13        $              %
                                        Actual       Actual      Est Act          Budget      Budget       Change         Change


Authorized Positions in F-T-E             12.00        10.00           10.00         10.00        10.00           0.00          0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                 $1,363,621      $1,277,278   $1,320,500     $1,321,700     $1,367,600     $45,900         3.5%
 Contractual Services                 259,138         246,170      256,200        485,564        471,500     (14,064)       (2.9%)
 Commodities                           16,811          16,844       24,700         23,200         25,600       2,400        10.3%
 Other Charges                              0               0            0              0              0           0         N/A
 Capital Items                      5,982,421       5,375,850    6,088,000      8,908,568      8,351,900    (556,668)       (6.2%)

   Total Expenditures              $7,621,991      $6,916,142   $7,689,400 $10,739,032 $10,216,600         ($522,432)       (4.9%)




                                                 CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                       2009-10      2010-11      2011-12          2011-12     2012-13        $              %
                                        Actual       Actual      Est Act          Budget      Budget       Change         Change

General Fund                       $1,572,716      $1,470,457   $1,546,900     $1,548,600     $1,604,800     $56,200         3.6%
Motor Fuel Tax Fund                 2,327,551       1,930,336    2,032,500      2,257,000      2,145,000    (112,000)       (5.0%)
Municipal Park Opr Fund                     0          25,000       25,000         25,000         40,000      15,000        60.0%
Capital Projects Fund               3,630,264       3,468,271    3,685,000      6,208,432      5,626,800    (581,632)       (9.4%)
Flood Control V Fund                   91,460          22,078      400,000        700,000        800,000     100,000        14.3%

   Total Expenditures              $7,621,991      $6,916,142   $7,689,400 $10,739,032 $10,216,600         ($522,432)       (4.9%)




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                                                                             Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual       Actual         Actual    Budget      Budget          $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10      2010-11        2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

101-5001-524.10-01   Salaries                      950,064      894,718       909,200     908,100     940,700      32,600         3.6%
101-5001-524.18-01   Temporary Help                 25,752       22,069        24,200      24,200      24,900         700         2.9%
101-5001-524.18-05   Overtime Civilian              16,901       12,802        15,000      17,500      18,000         500         2.9%
                       Salaries                    992,717      929,589       948,400     949,800     983,600      33,800         3.6%

101-5001-524.19-01   Workers Compensation           32,700       34,000        35,000      35,000      36,100       1,100        3.1%
101-5001-524.19-05   Medical Insurance             148,000      141,200       142,700     142,700     134,900      (7,800)      (5.5%)
101-5001-524.19-10   IMRF                          112,749       99,681       117,900     117,800     134,100      16,300       13.8%
101-5001-524.19-11   Social Security                58,630       54,968        57,800      57,800      59,800       2,000        3.5%
101-5001-524.19-12   Medicare                       14,005       13,040        13,900      13,800      14,300         500        3.6%
101-5001-524.19-23   Automobile Allowance            4,820        4,800         4,800       4,800       4,800           0        0.0%
                       Fringe Benefits             370,904      347,689       372,100     371,900     384,000      12,100        3.3%

101-5001-524.20-05   Professional Services          15,184       13,704        48,700      48,700      56,000        7,300       15.0%
101-5001-524.20-40   General Insurance              19,500       20,500        21,100      21,100      21,700          600        2.8%
101-5001-524.21-02   Equipment Maintenance           2,193        1,219         2,600       2,600       2,600            0        0.0%
101-5001-524.21-65   Other Services                 11,986       11,387        13,600      13,600      12,600       (1,000)      (7.4%)
101-5001-524.22-02   Dues                            2,934        2,628         3,100       3,100       3,100            0        0.0%
101-5001-524.22-03   Training                       10,436       11,817        13,500      13,500      13,500            0        0.0%
101-5001-524.22-05   Postage                         1,313        2,125         3,000       3,000       2,500         (500)     (16.7%)
101-5001-524.22-10   Printing                          416           18           400         400         400            0        0.0%
101-5001-524.22-15   Photocopying                    4,322        2,537         4,000       6,000       3,000       (3,000)     (50.0%)
101-5001-524.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge          82,300       81,800        62,800      62,800      60,700       (2,100)      (3.3%)
101-5001-524.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Charge     41,700       28,600        28,900      28,900      35,500        6,600       22.8%
                        Contractual Services       192,284      176,335       201,700     203,700     211,600        7,900        3.9%

101-5001-524.30-01   Publications Periodicals          360             273         600        600         600           0        0.0%
101-5001-524.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip         3,673           2,878       4,700      4,700       4,700           0        0.0%
101-5001-524.30-20   Photographic Supplies           3,424           3,956       4,100      4,100       4,100           0        0.0%
101-5001-524.30-35   Clothing                          939           1,014       1,000      1,000       1,200         200       20.0%
101-5001-524.30-50   Petroleum Products              5,903           7,582      10,900      9,400      11,400       2,000       21.3%
101-5001-524.31-85   Small Tools and Equipment       1,595             883       1,600      1,600       1,600           0        0.0%
101-5001-524.32-80   Books                             500             150         500        500         600         100       20.0%
101-5001-524.33-05   Other Supplies                    417             108       1,300      1,300       1,400         100        7.7%
                       Commodities                  16,811          16,844      24,700     23,200      25,600       2,400       10.3%


                     Total Engineering Dept       1,572,716    1,470,457     1,546,900   1,548,600   1,604,800     56,200         3.6%




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                                  PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                     Title           Grade       2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1285    Director of Engineering           D63               1.00      1.00

1290    Deputy Director of Engineering    C52               1.00      1.00

1295    Civil Engineer II                 C42               2.00      2.00

1305    Traffic Engineer                  C42               1.00      1.00

1315    Engineering Inspector             B32               2.00      2.00

1320    Engineering Technician            B31               1.00      1.00

1735    Administrative Assistant II       B21               1.00      1.00

1322    Traffic Technician                A13               1.00      1.00
        Total F-T-E                                     10.00        10.00     0.00




                               Engineering Department
                             Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                      Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                  Fund                               2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund                                    10.00        10.00
        Total F-T-E All Funds                           10.00        10.00     0.00




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                          EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                             Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                 2011-12              2012-13

SALARIES:

101-5001-524.10-01 Salaries                Salaries                                             908,100              940,700

101-5001-524.18-01 Temporary Help          Temporary Help                                          24,200               24,900

101-5001-524.18-05 Overtime Civilian       Overtime Civilian                                       17,500               18,000

                                           TOTAL SALARIES                                       949,800              983,600

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-5001-524.19-01 Workers' Compensation   Workers' Compensation Insurance                         35,000               36,100

101-5001-524.19-05 Medical Insurance       Medical Insurance                                    142,700              134,900

101-5001-524.19-10 IMRF                    IMRF                                                 117,800              134,100

101-5001-524.19-11 Social Security         Social Security                                         57,800               59,800

101-5001-524.19-12 Medicare                Medicare                                                13,800               14,300

101-5001-524.19-23 Automobile Allowance    Automobile Allowance                                     4,800                4,800

                                           TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                371,900              384,000

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-5001-524.20-05 Professional Services   Documents prepared by a registered land
                                             surveyor                                   2,100                2,100
                                           Paver Program Support                        1,000                1,000
                                           Soil tests, inspections, and other
                                             engineering services                       1,000                1,000
                                           Annual updating of Sidwell books               500                  500
                                           Pavement reinspection and management
                                             evaluations                               17,100               18,000
                                           Complete street policy consulting
                                             services (Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory
                                               Commission)                                 0                 3,000
                                           Bike Friendly Community Application
                                             (Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory
                                               Commission)                                  0                1,500
                                           Other Consulting services                   27,000      48,700   28,900      56,000

101-5001-524.20-40 General Insurance       Liability and property insurance                        21,100               21,700

101-5001-524.21-02 Equipment Maintenance   Office and computer equipment                 500                  500
                                           Traffic counters & survey levels              400                  400
                                           Nuclear density gauge                         900                  900
                                           Radios and paging units                       100                  100
                                           Color printer                                 700        2,600     700        2,600

101-5001-524.21-65 Other Services          Microfilming of records                      1,400                1,400
                                           Laboratory & blueprint services                400                  400
                                           Technical computer software                  4,600                4,600
                                           Pager rental and service                       100                    0
                                           Contractual secretarial services             1,300                1,200
                                           Cell phone charges                           5,800      13,600    5,000      12,600




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                            EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                               Budget              Budget
     Number                Account Title                       Description                 2011-12             2012-13

101-5001-524.22-02 Dues                       Dues                                                    3,100               3,100

101-5001-524.22-03 Training                   APWA Internat'l Congress (2)                3,800               3,800
                                              Short Courses APWA, University of
                                               Wisconsin, ASCE, PCA, AWWA                 9,700      13,500   9,700      13,500

101-5001-524.22-05 Postage                    Mailing of correspondence                               3,000               2,500

101-5001-524.22-10 Printing                   Printing of misc. forms & business cards                 400                 400

101-5001-524.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopies, supplies & maintenance         3,500               1,000
                                              Maintenance agreement Xerox 5150 (4 mos.)       0                 300
                                              Lease of Xerox W5632PT copier (8 mos.)      2,500       6,000   1,700       3,000

101-5001-524.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge      Information Technology/GIS service charge              62,800              60,700

101-5001-524.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg Vehicle lease charge                                     28,900              35,500

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           203,700             211,600

COMMODITIES:

101-5001-524.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                               600                 600

101-5001-524.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   General office supplies                                 4,700               4,700

101-5001-524.30-20 Photographic Supplies      Misc. supplies for drafting and plan
                                               preparation, video tapes, film and
                                                 developing, blueprint paper, plotter
                                                    paper and ink, etc.                               4,100               4,100

101-5001-524.30-35 Clothing                   Rain gear, rubber boots, safety glasses,
                                               vests and hard hats                                    1,000               1,200

101-5001-524.30-50 Petroleum Products         Gasoline for department vehicle(s)                      9,400              11,400

101-5001-524.31-85 Small Tools & Equip.       Field books, tapes, level rods,
                                                surveying equipment, miscellaneous                    1,600               1,600

101-5001-524.32-80 Books                      Annual update of:
                                               Ill. Design Standards and American
                                                  Water Works Standards                    100                 100
                                               ITE textbooks                               125                 125
                                               Technical reference books                   125                 225
                                               American Society of Testing and
                                                  Materials manuals                        150         500     150         600

101-5001-524.33-05 Other Supplies             Supplies for traffic counters, computer
                                               equipment, marking paint, etc.                         1,300               1,400

                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                      23,200              25,600
                                              TOTAL ENGINEERING                                   1,548,600           1,604,800




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PUBLIC WORKS
                                       ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                            Public
                            Works
                           Director




       Maintenance                     Utility
        Division                      Division




               Municipal
                                             Traffic
               Buildings




               Forestry




                Streets




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PUBLIC WORKS

The Public Works Department maintains all municipally owned streets and
sidewalks, trees and landscaping, water and sewer systems, buildings and
grounds, street lights and traffic signals, and provides other necessities of urban
life such as street sweeping, snow removal and ice control.
The Public Works Department is also responsible for the Fleet Operations, portions of the Motor Fuel Tax
and Parking Funds as well as the Water & Sewer Utility Operations which appear elsewhere in the budget.

    Maintenance Division:

        Administration and Internal Services Unit – This unit provides reception and secretarial
        services, maintains department records including service request systems and work management
        records, prepares analyses and recommendations for purchasing of equipment and supplies,
        maintains supplies and inventory controls, and performs drafting and field engineering work
        related to the Village’s infrastructure.

        Street Unit – This unit repairs and maintains 230 miles of streets including 321 cul-de-sacs.
        Services include snow plowing and ice control during winter months, resurfacing and patching of
        streets and sweeping the equivalent of 14,000 curb miles of streets annually. The Street unit also
        assists with and coordinates the setup and planning of numerous Village sponsored special
        events.
        Forestry Unit – This unit is responsible for the maintenance and trimming of 36,000 parkway
        trees and the selective removal and sustainable and site appropriate planting of approximately
        400 parkway trees annually. The Unit oversees the planting and maintenance of 12,000 flowers in
        the Downtown Business District, commuter parking areas adjacent to Municipal Buildings, and in
        planted medians. This unit also oversees contracts for tree trimming and removal, disease control,
        mowing and landscape maintenance of 59 acres of land on 43 Village owned sites and 65 acres
        of public parkway at 56 different locations. Unit personnel also remove snow from sidewalks
        abutting Village owned and maintained sites and selected school sidewalk snow routes. The
        Forestry Unit also assists with the setup and planning of Village-sponsored special events.
        Municipal Buildings Unit - This unit is responsible for maintaining 28 Village owned buildings.
        Maintenance is provided for the building structures and for all mechanical equipment and includes
        providing custodial maintenance and day to day services in 464,414 square feet of occupied floor
        space. All heating and air conditioning systems are maintained by the staff, which also provide
        skilled work in minor building revisions and renovations, painting and similar building and grounds
        related maintenance services. Major repairs, alterations and remodeling are accomplished
        through contract services when necessary.
        Fleet Operations – (See the Fleet Operations Fund.)

    Utilities Division:

        Traffic Unit – This unit maintains an estimated 3,900 street lights, 12 traffic signalized
        intersections, 6,900 traffic signs, 12 solar powered disaster warning sirens and the fare boxes for
        commuter parking facilities. The unit also provides electrical maintenance service for municipal
        buildings and water and sewer facilities.
        Water Utilities Division – (See the Water & Sewer Fund – Water Utility Operations.)




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2011-12 Status of Goals and Objectives
   ► To continue to maintain current service levels in a cost-effective manner notwithstanding
     the increase in demand caused by aging infrastructure, increased Downtown development,
     budget restrictions and significant staff reductions. The Department has continued to
     maintain the current anticipated and continually increasing service levels in response to the needs
     and expectations of the community. All programs and efforts are continuously reviewed to
     determine areas of possible improvements, increased efficiency and cost reductions.

   ► To continue to improve communications with residents and to respond to their comments
     and concerns about services being provided through their feedback. Press releases and
     articles were provided to the Daily Herald, Arlington Post, Chicago Tribune and the Village
     website to improve communications with residents and businesses on Department activities
     throughout the year. Information shorts on snow/ice control, the Emerald Ash Borer and leaf
     sweeping were aired on Cable TV as well.

   ► To continue implementation of the automated tree inventory and five-year maintenance
     program. This work will be coordinated with the Village’s GIS Division as an additional layer of
     data, parts of which may eventually be made accessible to the public. Work on this project is on-
     going.

   ► To continue efforts to keep abreast of new and changing legal issues and to incorporate
     these issues into improved and more efficient operations. Department staff, in cooperation
     with the Legal Department, is presently current with all applicable State and Federal regulations.

   ► To continue to privatize services whenever possible and cost effective. The Department
     continues to look at all operations to determine how best to use privatized resources in completing
     our normal work activities. Examples of services provided by private vendors include: lawn
     cutting, irrigation system maintenance, herbicide and pesticide application, landscaping
     maintenance, major tree trimming and removal, tree planting, pavement crack sealing, some
     concrete and asphalt work, pavement lane marking, paver brick maintenance and debris hauling
     and leaf disposal.

   ► To review all Unit activities and to determine those areas where productivity improvements
     can be made without adversely affecting the level of service. The Department’s management
     staff regularly meets to discuss all operations, discusses operations with Foremen and other
     supervisory staff and makes adjustments in routine operations to improve the level of service and
     reduce efforts in completing assigned tasks.

   ► To oversee and provide updated, relevant information for the Public Works page on the
     Village’s web site. Department staff participates in periodic updating of the Village’s Web page.
     This past year the Public Works site was updated to allow residents to submit on line work
     requests. A section was added to promote cost effective energy efficient programs and
     improvements to Public Works Operations.

   ► To continue the support of Village-sponsored special events. Staff provided support for the
     Sounds of Summer, Promenade of Art, and the Mane Event along with numerous other special
     events during the year.

   ► To maintain all municipal buildings in good repair with continued efforts on roof
     maintenance, floor coverings, HVAC systems and masonry systems as budget restrictions
     allow. Roof evaluations will continue as needed to insure that repairs are made promptly.
   ► To continue to privatize services wherever possible and cost effective and to review




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      existing privatized services to make sure that levels of services are being maintained.
      Examples of repairs performed by private vendors include HVAC maintenance and replacement,
      elevator repair and maintenance, building plumbing and sewer replacements, custodial cleaning,
      window and door replacements, window washing, painting, garage door repairs, and
      exterminating services.


2012-13 Goals and Objectives
  ►    To efficiently manage the Village’s resources and implement opportunities to reduce spending.

  ►    To continue to minimize overtime expenses through diligent oversight and continual analysis of
       the nature of overtime activities while balancing the delivery of essential services to the residents
       and Village businesses.

  ► To continue to maintain current service levels in a cost-effective manner notwithstanding the
    increase in demand caused by aging infrastructure, the increasing maintenance demands in the
    Downtown, ongoing budget restrictions, and staff reductions.

  ► To continue to improve communications with residents and to respond to their comments and
    concerns about services being provided through their feedback.

  ► To continue implementation of the automated parkway tree inventory and five-year maintenance
    program.

  ► To continue implementation of the “Peoples Choice” Ash Tree Treatment Program.

  ► To continue the managed removal and replacement of Emerald Ash Tree Borer (EAB) public ash
    trees.

  ► To continue efforts to keep abreast of new and changing legal issues and to incorporate these
    issues into improved and more efficient operations.

  ► To maintain all municipal buildings in good repair with continued efforts on roof maintenance, floor
    coverings, HVAC systems and masonry systems as budget restrictions allow.

  ► To continue to privatize services wherever possible and cost-effective and to review existing
    privatized services to make sure that the levels of service are being maintained.

  ► To continue to review all Unit activities and to determine those areas where productivity
    improvements can be made without adversely affecting the level of service.

  ► To continue to oversee and provide updated, relevant information for the Public Works page on
    the Village’s web site.

  ► To continue implementation of the Cartegraph work order system with the goal of achieving a
    paperless work order system.

  ► To begin the design and implementation of a paperless work management system to replace the
    outdated system presently in use.

  ► To continue the support of Village-sponsored special events.




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  ► To continue improvements in our asphalt street patching techniques and methods to improve
    overall pavement conditions.

  ► To complete the implementation of our new time clock management system to replace our
    outdated and unsupported system.


Performance Measures                                                  Calendar Year
                                                         2009             2010          2011

1. Traffic Unit:
       Traffic Signal Repairs                                 153              131             145
       Street Light Repairs                                 1,386            1,225           1,045
       Building Circuit Repairs                                n/a             638             673
       Sign Maintenance                                        n/a           1,220             938
       Pavement Striping                                       n/a          26,603          53,092



2. Street Unit:
       Snow Removal Cost                                $1,055451         $764,252      $862,708
       Snow Removal Curb Miles                              61,581          53,453        53,188
       Street Sweeping Curb Miles                           11,837          11,726        11,989
       Asphalt Repairs (tons)                                1,435           2,091         4,628



3. Forestry Unit:
       Parkway Trees Trimmed                               13,630            9,078           5,011
       Parkway Trees Removed                                  239              309             492
       Parkway Restorations                                   628              448             302



4. Building Maintenance Unit:
       Work Orders Completed                                    516            603              653




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                                   OPERATION SUMMARY

PUBLIC WORKS (Including Water Utilities & Fleet Services)                                                             7101

                                        2009-10      2010-11     2011-12        2011-12      2012-13      $              %
                                         Actual       Actual     Est Act        Budget       Budget     Change         Change

Authorized Positions in F-T-E
 General Fund                              49.25        44.25           40.75       40.75       40.75          0.00      0.0%
 Emerald Ash Borer Fund                     0.00         0.00            1.00        1.00        1.00          0.00      0.0%
 Water & Sewer Fund                        41.25        41.25           40.75       40.75       40.75          0.00      0.0%
 Fleet Operations Fund                     10.50        10.50           10.50       10.50       10.50          0.00      0.0%
   Total F-T-E                            101.00        96.00           93.00       93.00       93.00          0.00      0.0%

Expenditures
 Personal Services                 $11,141,555 $11,143,551 $11,117,200 $11,443,744 $11,975,800           $532,056         4.6%
 Contractual Services                8,922,570   9,146,439   9,890,500   9,926,144  10,242,600            316,456         3.2%
 Commodities                         2,329,777   2,135,802   2,562,900   2,577,739   2,815,400            237,661         9.2%
 Other Charges                       1,319,380   1,297,100   1,415,500   1,497,700   1,482,000            (15,700)       (1.0%)
 Capital Items                         659,065     445,862   1,873,000   2,010,584   2,067,300             56,716         2.8%

   Total Expenditures              $24,372,347 $24,168,754 $26,859,100 $27,455,911 $28,583,100          $1,127,189       4.1%




                                              CROSS REFERENCE TO FUNDS

                                        2009-10      2010-11     2011-12        2011-12      2012-13      $              %
                                         Actual       Actual     Est Act        Budget       Budget     Change         Change

General Fund                       $10,184,392 $10,102,274 $10,578,200 $10,817,504 $11,271,100           $453,596    4.2%
MFT Fund                               171,886     258,103     196,500     191,100     213,800             22,700   11.9%
Fire Academy Fund                            0           0      50,600      59,434       5,000            (54,434) (91.6%)
Municipal Park Opr Fund                 18,305           0      78,800      78,800      20,000            (58,800) (74.6%)
TIF II North Fund                       26,425           0           0           0           0                  0     N/A
Capital Projects Fund                  381,864     131,900     757,100     814,192     739,000            (75,192)  (9.2%)
Emerald Ash Borer Fund                       0           0      53,000      53,000     378,300            325,300 613.8%
Flood Control V Fund                         0       9,830      70,000     150,000      80,000            (70,000) (46.7%)
Public Buildings Fund                        0      11,209     418,800     418,778     705,000            286,222   68.3%
Water & Sewer Fund                  11,748,898  11,663,774  12,651,700  12,846,359  13,096,000            249,641    1.9%
A & E Fund                              52,017      56,902      64,000      61,444      63,800              2,356    3.8%
Fleet Operations Fund                1,788,560   1,934,762   1,940,400   1,965,300   2,011,100             45,800    2.3%

   Total Expenditures              $24,372,347 $24,168,754 $26,859,100 $27,455,911 $28,583,100          $1,127,189       4.1%
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                                                                              Projected
     Account                   Account                Actual       Actual       Actual      Budget       Budget          $           %
     Number                   Description            2009-10      2010-11      2011-12      2011-12      2012-13     Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-7101-531.10-01   Salaries                        3,426,482    3,248,165    3,129,100    3,128,600    3,227,400     98,800       3.2%
101-7101-531.18-01   Temporary Help                     61,867       49,735       66,200       66,200       68,200      2,000       3.0%
101-7101-531.18-05   Overtime Civilian                 294,561      385,570      330,000      501,000      516,000     15,000       3.0%
                       Salaries                      3,782,910    3,683,470    3,525,300    3,695,800    3,811,600    115,800       3.1%

101-7101-531.19-01   Workers Compensation              315,600      328,200      338,000      338,000      348,100     10,100       3.0%
101-7101-531.19-05   Medical Insurance                 664,900      666,300      612,900      612,900      636,700     23,800       3.9%
101-7101-531.19-10   IMRF                              427,992      397,718      430,600      452,500      512,400     59,900      13.2%
101-7101-531.19-11   Social Security                   224,782      214,771      218,400      228,800      236,200      7,400       3.2%
101-7101-531.19-12   Medicare                           53,071       50,604       51,600       54,000       55,700      1,700       3.1%
                       Fringe Benefits               1,686,345    1,657,593    1,651,500    1,686,200    1,789,100    102,900       6.1%

101-7101-531.20-05   Professional Services              15,737       10,681       19,500       19,500       19,100       (400)     (2.1%)
101-7101-531.20-40   General Insurance                  85,400       89,600       92,300       92,300       95,000      2,700       2.9%
101-7101-531.21-01   Traffic Signal Maintenance          8,693        9,335       40,000       40,000       41,200      1,200       3.0%
101-7101-531.21-02   Equipment Maintenance             185,566      183,464      168,900      168,867      172,600      3,733       2.2%
101-7101-531.21-03   Radio Maintenance                     342            0        4,500        4,500        4,600        100       2.2%
101-7101-531.21-11   Building Maintenance              218,898      217,523      272,300      272,300      280,500      8,200       3.0%
101-7101-531.21-15   Street and Sidewalk Maint         363,899      417,965      532,400      532,400      550,400     18,000       3.4%
101-7101-531.21-36   Equipment Rental                  138,580       91,417      149,300      149,340      174,600     25,260      16.9%
101-7101-531.21-50   Utility Services                  599,116      426,017      543,500      543,500      559,800     16,300       3.0%
101-7101-531.21-55   Tree Services                     447,491      553,898      663,300      683,973      660,200    (23,773)     (3.5%)
101-7101-531.21-56   New Trees                               0            0          500          500          500          0       0.0%
101-7101-531.21-62   Disposal Services                  52,265       30,365       45,500       45,500       46,900      1,400       3.1%
101-7101-531.21-65   Other Services                     55,121       55,561       56,500       56,500       80,700     24,200      42.8%
101-7101-531.22-02   Dues                                7,385        4,541        5,000        5,000        5,100        100       2.0%
101-7101-531.22-03   Training                           19,739       13,475       15,500       15,500       18,500      3,000      19.4%
101-7101-531.22-05   Postage                             1,708        1,230        5,500        5,500        5,700        200       3.6%
101-7101-531.22-10   Printing                            1,051        1,138        1,200        1,200        1,200          0       0.0%
101-7101-531.22-15   Photocopying                        6,907        4,143        4,100        4,000        4,100        100       2.5%
101-7101-531.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge             133,800      136,600      132,400      132,400      127,400     (5,000)     (3.8%)
101-7101-531.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Charge      1,013,400    1,094,500    1,148,400    1,148,400    1,126,700    (21,700)     (1.9%)
101-7101-531.22-70   Telephone Services                206,295      256,404      166,900      166,900      171,900      5,000       3.0%
101-7101-531.22-75   Telephone Equipment Charge         22,734       14,993       17,000       17,000       17,500        500       2.9%
                        Contractual Services         3,584,127    3,612,850    4,084,500    4,105,080    4,164,200     59,120       1.4%

101-7101-531.30-01   Publications Periodicals              505          855        1,000        1,000        1,000          0       0.0%
101-7101-531.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip             3,598        3,382        4,000        4,000        4,100        100       2.5%
101-7101-531.30-20   Photographic Supplies                   0          172          700          700          700          0       0.0%
101-7101-531.30-35   Clothing                           21,639       24,966       36,200       36,200       37,300      1,100       3.0%
101-7101-531.30-50   Petroleum Products                127,411      184,683      162,600      176,200      176,200          0       0.0%
101-7101-531.31-40   Agricultural Supplies              25,713       29,970       45,200       45,200       46,600      1,400       3.1%
101-7101-531.31-45   Janitorial Supplies                44,349       46,726       43,000       43,000       44,300      1,300       3.0%
101-7101-531.31-55   Building Supplies                  51,652       50,308       76,000       76,000       72,100     (3,900)     (5.1%)
101-7101-531.31-65   Other Equip & Supplies             37,917       35,198       48,500       48,500       50,000      1,500       3.1%
101-7101-531.31-70   Traffic Signal Supplies            30,338       18,543        9,700        9,700       10,000        300       3.1%
101-7101-531.31-75   Street Light Supplies              66,948       48,743      110,400      110,366       72,100    (38,266)    (34.7%)
101-7101-531.31-80   Street Sign Supplies               40,977       40,584       42,900       42,858       40,200     (2,658)     (6.2%)
101-7101-531.31-85   Small Tools and Equipment          12,714       20,662       20,200       20,200       20,800        600       3.0%
101-7101-531.31-90   Street and Sidewalk Supplies      629,334      613,336      677,800      677,800      891,000    213,200      31.5%
101-7101-531.33-05   Other Supplies                     37,915       30,233       38,700       38,700       39,800      1,100       2.8%
                       Commodities                   1,131,010    1,148,361    1,316,900    1,330,424    1,506,200    175,776      13.2%


                     Total Public Works             10,184,392   10,102,274   10,578,200   10,817,504   11,271,100    453,596       4.2%




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                                  PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                 Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                      Title            Grade      2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1355    Public Works Director              D63               1.00      1.00

1365    Supt. of Maintenance               C51               1.00      1.00

1380    Foreman II                         P12               2.00      2.00

1375    Forester                           P12               1.00      1.00

1385    Foreman I                          P10               1.00      1.00

1395    Crew Chief Bldg Maint/Electrical   P09               1.00      1.00

1400    Electrician II                     P08               3.00      3.00

1450    Maintenance Mechanic II            P08               2.00      2.00

1390    Crew Chief                         P07               4.00      4.00

1415    Maintenance Worker II              P04           18.00        18.00

1420    Maintenance Worker I               P03               2.00      2.00

1460    Custodian I                        P01               4.00      4.00

1700    Fiscal Clerk                       B21               1.00      1.00

1715    Account Clerk I                    A12               0.25      0.25
        Total F-T-E                                      41.25        41.25     0.00




                               Public Works Department
                              Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                       Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                   Fund                               2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund                                     41.25        41.25
 435    Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Fund                         1.00      1.00
 505    Water & Sewer Fund                               40.25        40.25
 621    Fleet Operations Fund                            10.50        10.50
        Total F-T-E All Funds                            93.00        93.00     0.00




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     Account                                                                                   Budget                Budget
     Number                Account Title                         Description                   2011-12               2012-13

SALARIES:

101-7101-531.10-01 Salaries                    Salaries                                              3,128,600             3,227,400

101-7101-531.18-01 Temporary Help              Temporary Help                                            66,200                 68,200

101-7101-531.18-05 Overtime Civilian           Overtime Civilian                                      501,000                  516,000

                                               TOTAL SALARIES                                        3,695,800             3,811,600

FRINGE BENEFITS:

101-7101-531.19-01 Workers' Compensation       Workers' Compensation Insurance                        338,000                  348,100

101-7101-531.19-05 Medical Insurance           Medical Insurance                                      612,900                  636,700

101-7101-531.19-10 IMRF                        IMRF                                                   452,500                  512,400

101-7101-531.19-11 Social Security             Social Security                                        228,800                  236,200

101-7101-531.19-12 Medicare                    Medicare                                                  54,000                 55,700

                                               TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                                 1,686,200             1,789,100

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

101-7101-531.20-05 Professional Services       Consulting services, concrete testing
                                                and bid reviews                             16,000                16,500
                                               Storm warning                                 2,500                 2,600
                                               Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover              1,000       19,500        0        19,100

101-7101-531.20-40 General Insurance           Liability and property insurance                          92,300                 95,000

101-7101-531.21-01 Traffic Signal Maintenance Repairs to controllers and opticom                         40,000                 41,200

101-7101-531.21-02 Equipment Maintenance       Maintenance of computers, terminals
                                                 and modems                                  2,000                 2,000
                                               Maintenance of office equip., electrical
                                                 testing equip., shop equip. and post
                                                   straightening                             2,500                 2,500
                                               Internet fee                                  1,800                 1,800
                                               Outside contractual repairs to all
                                                 heating, air conditioning & mechanical
                                                   systems, P.A. systems, 2-way radios,
                                                     and Downtown Train Station
                                                       camera maintenance                   90,000                94,000
                                               Elevator inspection & maintenance            23,000                24,000
                                               Mechanical inspections & maintenance          5,000                 5,000
                                               Time clock maintenance                        2,900                 2,900
                                               Senior Center Wood Shop equip. maint.         2,000                 2,000
                                               Fire extinguisher certification               6,000                 6,000
                                               Annual contractual maintenance of
                                                 Harmony Park fountain                       6,000                 6,000
                                               Landscape irrigation repairs & maintenance   18,400                18,400
                                               Miscellaneous repairs                         8,000                 8,000
                                               Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover              1,267    168,867          0       172,600




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      Account                                                                                     Budget                 Budget
      Number               Account Title                       Description                        2011-12                2012-13

101-7101-531.21-03 Radio Maintenance          Maintenance of portable radios and pagers                      4,500                   4,600

101-7101-531.21-11 Building Maintenance       Custodial maintenance - contract                140,000                140,000
                                              Contractual janitorial services at Historical
                                               Society buildings                                9,000                  9,000
                                              Contractual grounds maintenance                  22,600                 22,600
                                              Miscellaneous cleaning services for
                                               carpet, windows, blinds                          3,500                  4,000
                                              Outside contractual repairs to roofs,
                                               doors, windows, plumbing, generators,
                                                  locks, painting and rental of small tools    51,000                 58,700
                                              Building inspections                              5,000                  5,000
                                              Contractual janitorial services at new train
                                               station (partially reimbursable) TS0101         20,200                 20,200
                                              Police firing range cleaning and lead
                                                  compliance testing                           21,000   272,300       21,000       280,500

101-7101-531.21-15 Street & Sidewalk Maint.   Contract repairs of parkway damage              105,000                 92,500
                                              Pest control                                        700                    700
                                              Weed and tree spraying                           50,000                 50,000
                                              Contractual landscape maintenance               136,000                136,000
                                              Contractual plant replacement                    29,000                 29,000
                                              Contractual grass care                           88,200                 88,200
                                              Contractual street repairs                       90,000                108,500
                                              Pavement striping                                30,000                 42,000
                                              Installation of bike route posts and signs        3,500   532,400        3,500       550,400

101-7101-531.21-36 Equipment Rental           Miscellaneous small tool rental                   3,000                  3,100
                                              Miscellaneous equipment rental                   19,600                 20,200
                                              Asphalt grinder & paver box rental for
                                                Limited In-House Paving Program                     0                 24,000
                                              Debris & leaf hauling                           111,200                114,500
                                              Truck rental - snow hauling                      12,400                 12,800
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover                  3,140   149,340            0       174,600

101-7101-531.21-50 Utility Services           Rental of Com. Ed. Co. street lights             96,000                 98,900
                                              Electrical energy for Village owned
                                               street lights and traffic signals              180,500                185,900
                                              Electric excess facilities & charges for
                                                usage of natural gas in excess of
                                                  franchise agreement                         267,000   543,500      275,000       559,800

101-7101-531.21-55 Tree Services              Tree trimming                                   251,000                251,000
                                              Tree removals due to disease, accidents
                                                & disasters creating unsafe conditions        302,000                302,000
                                              Tree planting - replacement of removed
                                                trees and filling of gaps but not including
                                                  new development plantings                    98,200                 77,000
                                              Emergency services, disease detection,
                                                landfill charges and stump removal             20,000                 20,000
                                              Damage replacement (reimbursable)                10,500                 10,200
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover                  2,273   683,973            0       660,200

101-7101-531.21-56 Tree Services/Developm'ts Tree planting in new developments
                                               (paid for by developers)                                       500                     500

101-7101-531.21-62 Disposal Services          Landfill charges (non-tree) and misc.            25,500                 26,900
                                              Leaf composting/wood chips                       20,000       45,500    20,000        46,900




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     Account                                                                                   Budget                Budget
     Number               Account Title                        Description                     2011-12               2012-13

101-7101-531.21-65 Other Services             Cell phone charges, special disposal
                                                services, miscellaneous services            20,000                20,600
                                              Contractual trucking of ground and new
                                                asphalt - Limited In-House Paving Prog.         0                 24,000
                                              Maintenance for fire alarms for PW
                                                Center, Municipal Building, Police
                                                  Building, Historical Society Buildings,
                                                    Teen Center, Senior Center, train
                                                      station and fire station              27,000                27,800
                                              Misc. service calls & moving projects          1,500                 1,500
                                              Exterminating service                          4,000                 4,200
                                              Train station trash service                    2,500                 2,600
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover               1,500       56,500        0        80,700

101-7101-531.22-02 Dues                       Dues                                                        5,000                  5,100

101-7101-531.22-03 Training                   Street Unit:
                                                APWA Snow Conference                            0                  1,650
                                                APWA Suburban Snow & Ice                      600                    600
                                                Misc. safety & training aids                  150                    150
                                                Misc. seminars                                300                    300
                                              Forestry Unit:
                                                Int'l Society Arborists                         0                  1,650
                                                Illinois Arborists Conference (5)             700                    700
                                                Mid-America Arborists Show                    350                    350
                                                Arboricultural Skills Workshop                300                    300
                                                Tree City Seminar                             100                    100
                                                Safety & training textbooks                   200                    200
                                                Illinois Landscape Contractors
                                                   Association Certification (1)              600                   600
                                                Illinois Arborists Training & Workshops       500                   500
                                              Traffic Unit:
                                                IMSA/ITE Traffic Signal Maintenance
                                                   Certification                              600                   600
                                                Administration
                                                APWA Annual Conference (1)                   2,200                 2,200
                                                APWA Suburban Expo                             700                   700
                                                Supv. training sessions (U of W)             2,000                 2,000
                                                In-service management training                 250                   250
                                                Miscellaneous meeting expenses                 300                   300
                                                Tuition reimbursement                          250                   250
                                                Safety training materials -
                                                Federal requirement                          2,000                 2,000
                                              Municipal Buildings Unit:
                                                A/C controls operation/maintenance           3,000                 2,700
                                                APWA Suburban Expo                             200                   200
                                                Safety and training aids                       200       15,500      200        18,500

101-7101-531.22-05 Postage                    Mailings                                                    5,500                  5,700

101-7101-531.22-10 Printing                   Printing of shop orders, time cards and
                                               miscellaneous forms                                        1,200                  1,200

101-7101-531.22-15 Photocopying               Photocopies, supplies & maintenance            2,000                 2,100
                                              Maintenance agreements                         2,000        4,000    2,000         4,100

101-7101-531.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge      Information Technology/GIS service charge               132,400                  127,400

101-7101-531.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg   Vehicle lease charge                                   1,148,400             1,126,700




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     Account                                                                                      Budget                 Budget
     Number                Account Title                       Description                        2011-12                2012-13

101-7105-503.22-70 Telephone Services         Telephone charges for all service except
                                               for commissions                                158,000                162,700
                                              EOC phone lines                                   6,900                  7,100
                                              Telephone books and reverse directories           2,000    166,900       2,100       171,900

101-7105-503.22-75 Telephone Equip Charges    Miscellaneous equipment                           8,000                  8,200
                                              Upgrade telephone equipment                       9,000       17,000     9,300        17,500

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                4,105,080              4,164,200

COMMODITIES:

101-7101-531.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                                     1,000                   1,000

101-7101-531.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   General office supplies                                        4,000                   4,100

101-7101-531.30-20 Photographic Supplies      Film and processing                                             700                     700

101-7101-531.30-35 Clothing                   Uniform rental and cleaning                      18,100                 18,500
                                              Boots, rainwear, gloves, and
                                               miscellaneous clothing                          11,800                 12,300
                                              Safety glasses, goggles, hard hats,
                                               safety shoes, vests, lifting braces
                                                 and confined space gear                        6,300       36,200     6,500        37,300

101-7101-531.30-50 Petroleum Products         Gasoline for department vehicles                           176,200                   176,200

101-7101-531.31-40 Agricultural Supplies      Materials for parkway and landscape
                                                restoration and maintenance:
                                                  Black dirt                                    3,000                  3,100
                                                  Sod & seeds                                     850                    900
                                                  Fertilizers & weed killers                    5,000                  5,200
                                                  Compost                                       1,500                  1,500
                                                  Plants & materials                            6,150                  6,300
                                              Flowers, fertilizers, chemicals & maintaining
                                                grounds adjacent to Municipal Building
                                                  and Senior Center                            12,200                 12,600
                                              Landscape upgrades                               16,500       45,200    17,000        46,600

101-7105-503.31-45 Janitorial Supplies        Custodial supplies not furnished by
                                               contract maintenance service, including
                                                 paper products, soap, etc.                                 43,000                  44,300

101-7105-503.31-55 Building Supplies          Electrical, plumbing & hardware
                                                supplies, lumber & paint for maintenance
                                                  & repairs of Municipal Building              70,000                 72,100
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover                  6,000       76,000         0        72,100

101-7101-531.31-65 Other Equip. & Supplies    Saw blades, batteries, hose and misc.
                                               parts & supplies for small equipment            47,000                 48,400
                                              Replacement blades for Senior Center
                                               Wood Shop                                        1,500       48,500     1,600        50,000

101-7101-531.31-70 Traffic Signal Supplies    Poles, components, etc.                                        9,700                  10,000

101-7101-531.31-75 Street Light Supplies      Poles, fixtures, lamps & misc. materials         54,000                 55,000
                                              Damage replacement (reimbursable)                16,000                 17,100
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover                 40,366    110,366           0        72,100




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     Account                                                                                  Budget                 Budget
     Number               Account Title                       Description                     2011-12                2012-13

101-7101-531.31-80 Street Sign Supplies       Blank signs, reflective sheeting,
                                                letters, numbers, adhesives, & misc.       36,000                 37,200
                                              Damage replacement (reimbursable)             3,000                  3,000
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover              3,858       42,858         0        40,200

101-7101-531.31-85 Small Tools & Equipment    Misc. expendable hand tools & equipment                   20,200                  20,800

101-7101-531.31-90 Street & Sidewalk Supplies Asphalt, gravel, sand, etc.                 124,300                135,000
                                              Asphalt, gravel, sand, etc. for
                                                Limited In-House Paving Program                 0                202,000
                                              Concrete                                     58,000                 62,000
                                              Rock salt                                   425,000                425,000
                                              Liquid calcium chloride                      51,000                 52,000
                                              Ice melt                                      6,500                  6,500
                                              Forming materials and lumber                  2,500                  2,500
                                              Miscellaneous materials                       6,000                  6,000
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover              4,500     677,800          0       891,000

101-7101-531.33-05 Other Supplies             Drafting supplies, marking paint, fire
                                                extinguishers, first aid supplies,
                                                  screening materials and miscellaneous    12,600                 13,000
                                              Holiday decorations                          25,000                 25,800
                                              Flags                                         1,100       38,700     1,000        39,800

                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                      1,330,424              1,506,200
                                              TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS                                    10,817,504             11,271,100




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NON-OPERATING
NON-OPERATING (9901)
GENERAL FUND (101)                                                                                             EXPENDITURES


                                                                        Projected
      Account               Account            Actual       Actual        Actual     Budget       Budget           $           %
      Number               Description        2009-10      2010-11       2011-12     2011-12      2012-13      Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

101-9901-591.40-89   Sales Tax Abatement         262,532     279,797      275,000      275,000      350,000      75,000      27.3%
101-9901-591.40-92   ERI Payoff                1,999,697           0            0            0            0           0       N/A
101-9901-591.40-96   Operating Contingency             0           0            0      471,175      497,600      26,425       5.6%
                       Other Charges           2,262,229     279,797      275,000      746,175      847,600     101,425      13.6%

101-9901-591.90-05   Operating Transfer Out     291,000      290,700     2,869,900    3,069,900     631,900 (2,438,000)      (79.4%)
                      Non-Operating             291,000      290,700     2,869,900    3,069,900     631,900 (2,438,000)      (79.4%)


                     Total Non-Operating       2,553,229     570,497     3,144,900    3,816,075    1,479,500 (2,336,575)     (61.2%)

                     Total General Fund       61,021,789   59,612,108   64,732,000   66,056,526   65,693,900   (362,626)      (0.5%)




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GENERAL FUND                                                                                             EXPENDITURE DETAIL



     Account                                                                                Budget                  Budget
     Number               Account Title                    Description                      2011-12                 2012-13

OTHER CHARGES:

101-9901-591.40-89 Sales Tax Abatements     Sales tax abatement -
                                              Lowes/Rohrman Auto                                    275,000                350,000

101-9901-591.40-96 Operating Contingency    Operating Contingency                                   471,175                497,600

                                            TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                     746,175                847,600

NON-OPERATING:

101-9901-591.90-05 Operating Transfer Out   Operating Transfer Out
                                             To fund debt service - NWCDS Building
                                               (reimbursed by NWCDS rent)               269,900                271,900
                                             To fund Health Insurance (contingency)     200,000                360,000
                                             To fund General Liability Insurance        300,000                      0
                                             To reimburse A&E Fund for FY10 Trx         300,000                      0
                                             To fund Emerald Ash Borer Program        2,000,000    3,069,900         0     631,900

                                            TOTAL NON-OPERATING                                    3,069,900               631,900
                                            TOTAL NON-OPERATING EXPENDITURES                       3,816,075              1,479,500
                                            TOTAL GENERAL FUND                                    66,056,526             65,693,900




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MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND
                                                    ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                            Director of
                           Engineering




            Engineering                      Street
           Road Projects                  Rehabilitation




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MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND                                                                                          211

► Fund at a Glance
    Separate funds are received from the State of Illinois during a per capita distribution of the taxes we pay
    at the gas pump. There are only certain legal purposes for the use of these funds as prescribed.
    Basically, the Village is using this fund for the resurfacing and rehabilitation of our deteriorating streets
    and roads.

    Restrictions:

    STATE LAW – The statutes are very specific as to how these funds are to be spent. Eligibility includes
    programs such as: storm water management, pavement repair or reconstruction, snow & ice removal,
    parkway maintenance, traffic control, street lighting, traffic signal maintenance, etc.


► Fund Summary

                              2009-10      2010-11      2011-12      2011-12      2012-13         $           %
                               Actual       Actual       Est Act      Budget       Budget      Change       Change

Revenues
   Taxes                     $1,941,816    $1,946,520   $1,783,700   $1,947,000   $1,784,000   ($163,000)    (8.4%)
   Intergovernmental                  0       519,139      334,100            0      334,100      334,100      N/A
   Interest Income                1,020           525          100        1,000          100        (900)   (90.0%)
Total Revenues               $1,942,836    $2,466,184   $2,117,900   $1,948,000   $2,118,200     $170,200      8.7%
Interfund Transfers In                0             0            0            0            0            0      N/A
Total Revenues and
Interfund Transfers In       $1,942,836    $2,466,184   $2,117,900   $1,948,000   $2,118,200    $170,200      8.7%

Expenditures
   Personal Services                 $0            $0           $0           $0           $0           $0      N/A
   Contractual Services          26,851        27,674       32,500       45,000       45,000            0      0.0%
   Capital Items              2,472,586     2,160,765    2,196,500    2,403,100    2,313,800     (89,300)    (3.7%)
Total Expenditures           $2,499,437    $2,188,439   $2,229,000   $2,448,100   $2,358,800    ($89,300)    (3.6%)
Interfund Transfers Out               0             0            0            0            0            0      N/A
Total Expenditures and
Interfund Transfers Out      $2,499,437    $2,188,439   $2,229,000   $2,448,100   $2,358,800    ($89,300)    (3.6%)


REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES                  ($556,601)    $277,745    ($111,100)   ($500,100)   ($240,600)    $259,500    (51.9%)
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE         1,346,956     790,355     1,068,100    1,068,100      957,000    (111,100)   (10.4%)

ENDING FUND BALANCE            $790,355    $1,068,100    $957,000     $568,000     $716,400     $148,400     26.1%




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                                                                                                                         REVENUES

                                                                             Projected
      Account                    Account         Actual         Actual         Actual    Budget        Budget          $           %
      Number                    Description     2009-10        2010-11        2011-12    2011-12       2012-13     Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

211-0000-403.20-00   Motor Fuel Tax Allotment   1,941,816      1,946,520     1,783,700   1,947,000     1,784,000   (163,000)      (8.4%)
                      Intergovernmental Taxes   1,941,816      1,946,520     1,783,700   1,947,000     1,784,000   (163,000)      (8.4%)

211-0000-411.55-00   State Grant                          0     519,139       334,100              0    334,100     334,100       N/A
                       Intergovernmental                  0     519,139       334,100              0    334,100     334,100       N/A

211-0000-461.02-00   Interest on Investments       1,020              525         100       1,000           100        (900)     (90.0%)
                        Interest Income            1,020              525         100       1,000           100        (900)     (90.0%)


                     Total MFT Fund             1,942,836      2,466,184     2,117,900   1,948,000     2,118,200    170,200        8.7%




MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND (211)
                                                                                                                   EXPENDITURES

Engineering                                                                                                                      5001
                                                                             Projected
      Account                    Account         Actual         Actual         Actual    Budget        Budget          $           %
      Number                    Description     2009-10        2010-11        2011-12    2011-12       2012-13     Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

211-5001-571.20-05   Professional Services        26,851            27,674      32,500     45,000        45,000           0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services       26,851            27,674      32,500     45,000        45,000           0        0.0%

211-5001-571.50-40   MFT Programs               2,300,700      1,902,662     2,000,000   2,212,000     2,100,000   (112,000)      (5.1%)
                      Capital Outlay            2,300,700      1,902,662     2,000,000   2,212,000     2,100,000   (112,000)      (5.1%)

                     Total Engineering          2,327,551      1,930,336     2,032,500   2,257,000     2,145,000   (112,000)      (5.0%)




Public Works                                                                                                                     7101

                                                                             Projected
      Account                    Account         Actual         Actual         Actual    Budget        Budget          $           %
      Number                    Description     2009-10        2010-11        2011-12    2011-12       2012-13     Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

211-7101-571.50-40   MFT Programs                171,886        258,103       196,500     191,100       213,800      22,700       11.9%
                      Capital Outlay             171,886        258,103       196,500     191,100       213,800      22,700       11.9%

                     Total Public Works          171,886        258,103       196,500     191,100       213,800      22,700       11.9%

                     Total MFT Fund             2,499,437      2,188,439     2,229,000   2,448,100     2,358,800    (89,300)      (3.6%)




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                                                                                                           EXPENDITURE DETAIL


ENGINEERING                                                                                                                       5001

     Account                                                                                Budget                    Budget
     Number               Account Title                    Description                      2011-12                   2012-13

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

211-5001-571.20-05 Professional Services   Survey work for Street Rehabilitation
                                            Program (ST9009)                                          45,000                    45,000

                                           TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                 45,000                    45,000

CAPITAL OUTLAY:

211-5001-571.50-40 MFT Programs            Street Rehabilitation Program (ST9009)    2,000,000                 2,100,000
                                             Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover            2,000                         0

                                           Algonquin Road Street
                                             Lighting - Rebudget (ST0912)             210,000    2,212,000            0    2,100,000

                                           TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                  2,212,000                 2,100,000
                                           TOTAL ENGINEERING                                     2,257,000                 2,145,000




PUBLIC WORKS                                                                                                                      7101

     Account                                                                                Budget                    Budget
     Number               Account Title                    Description                      2011-12                   2012-13

CAPITAL OUTLAY:

211-7101-571.50-40 MFT Programs            Contract maintenance of traffic signal
                                            controllers on IDOT and CCHD
                                              roadways (SG0302)                       106,100                               113,800

                                           Pavement Crack Sealing Program (ST9201)     85,000     191,100                   100,000

                                           TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                   191,100                   213,800
                                           TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS                                     191,100                   213,800
                                           TOTAL MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND                             2,448,100                 2,358,800




                                                                 245
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
                                              ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                       Director of Planning
                          & Community
                          Development




                           Community
                          Development
                          Block Grant




      Administration     Public Service       Construction




                               246
CDBG FUND                                                                                                215

► Fund at a Glance
    Federal monies are made available to the Village to provide benefits for low to moderate income
    residents of the community. There are specific federal guidelines that must be followed in appropriating
    these funds. A separate tracking of revenues and expenditures are accounted for in this fund.

    Restrictions:

    FEDERAL LAW – The law was written to charge the Department of Housing and Urban Development
    with administering these funds. In general, the funds must be targeted to benefit low to moderate income
    residents.


► Fund Summary
                             2009-10        2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13       $           %
                              Actual        Actual        Est Act    Budget     Budget     Change       Change

Revenues
   Intergovernmental          $398,964      $339,356      $394,876   $404,646   $242,730   ($161,916)   (40.0%)
   Other                        48,757        13,505        10,500     50,000     50,000            0      0.0%
Total Revenues                $447,721      $352,861      $405,376   $454,646   $292,730   ($161,916)   (35.6%)
Interfund Transfers In               0             0             0          0          0            0       N/A
Total Revenues and
Interfund Transfers In        $447,721      $352,861      $405,376   $454,646   $292,730   ($161,916)   (35.6%)

Expenditures
   Personal Services           $72,300       $64,600       $58,425    $58,425    $56,045     ($2,380)    (4.1%)
   Other Charges               165,421       138,261       196,951    246,221     86,685    (159,536)   (64.8%)
Total Expenditures            $237,721      $202,861      $255,376   $304,646   $142,730   ($161,916)   (53.1%)
Interfund Transfers Out        210,000       150,000       150,000    150,000    150,000            0      0.0%
Total Expenditures and
Interfund Transfers Out       $447,721      $352,861      $405,376   $454,646   $292,730   ($161,916)   (35.6%)


REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES                           $0            $0         $0         $0         $0          $0       N/A
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                  0             0          0          0          0           0       N/A

ENDING FUND BALANCE                    $0            $0         $0         $0         $0          $0       N/A




                                                          247
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                                                                                                                       REVENUES

                                                                               Projected
      Account                      Account            Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                      Description        2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

215-0000-411.40-00   CDBG Allotment - Current YR     179,206      176,657       254,627    254,627    242,730     (11,897)       (4.7%)
215-0000-411.45-00   CDBG Allotment - Prior YR       208,596      136,953        82,061     82,061          0     (82,061)     (100.0%)
215-0000-411.47-00   CDBG-R Allotment - Current YR    11,162       25,746        58,188     67,958          0     (67,958)     (100.0%)
                      Intergovernmental Revenue      398,964      339,356       394,876    404,646    242,730    (161,916)      (40.0%)

215-0000-484.92-00   Project Income                    48,757         13,505     10,500      50,000     50,000           0        0.0%
                       Special Operations              48,757         13,505     10,500      50,000     50,000           0        0.0%


                     Total CDBG Fund                 447,721      352,861       405,376    454,646    292,730    (161,916)      (35.6%)




CDBG FUND (215)
                                                                                                                 EXPENDITURES

Planning & Community Development                                                                                                4001
                                                                               Projected
      Account                      Account            Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                      Description        2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

215-4001-522.10-01   Salaries                          64,600         64,600     58,425      58,425     56,045      (2,380)      (4.1%)
                       Salaries                        64,600         64,600     58,425      58,425     56,045      (2,380)      (4.1%)

                     Total Planning                    64,600         64,600      58,425     58,425     56,045      (2,380)      (4.1%)




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                                                                                                                    EXPENDITURES

CDBG Program                                                                                                                      4101
                                                                                  Projected
      Account                      Account               Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                      Description           2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

215-4101-522.41-01   Single Family Rehab                106,796       65,305        96,078    135,578      46,200    (89,378)     (65.9%)
215-4101-522.41-02   CDBG Administration                  2,500        1,909         2,500      2,500       2,500          0        0.0%
215-4101-522.41-04   Resources for Comm Living              775        1,500         1,220      1,220       1,165        (55)      (4.5%)
215-4101-522.41-15   Child Day Care (CEDA)               21,000       20,800        16,280     16,280      15,135     (1,145)      (7.0%)
215-4101-522.41-16   CAP Program                          5,000        5,000         5,000      5,000       5,000          0        0.0%
215-4101-522.41-17   Children Advocacy Center               750        1,500         1,220      1,220       1,165        (55)      (4.5%)
215-4101-522.41-44   Suburban Prim Health Care           11,000       11,000         8,300      8,300       7,725       (575)      (6.9%)
215-4101-522.41-48   PADS to HOPE                             0        2,500         1,830      1,830       1,740        (90)      (4.9%)
215-4101-522.41-52   WINGS Program                        2,000        2,000         1,640      1,640       1,560        (80)      (4.9%)
215-4101-522.41-54   Dist 214 ESL Program                 1,000        1,500         1,220      1,220       1,165        (55)      (4.5%)
215-4101-522.41-60   Youth Outreach                       2,000        2,000         1,435      1,435       1,365        (70)      (4.9%)
215-4101-522.41-62   Escorted Transportation Services     1,000        1,500         1,220      1,220       1,165        (55)      (4.5%)
215-4101-522.41-68   Northwest CASA                           0            0           410        410         400        (10)      (2.4%)
215-4101-522.41-70   Faith Community Homes                    0            0           410        410         400        (10)      (2.4%)
                       Other Charges                    153,821      116,514       138,763    178,263      86,685    (91,568)     (51.4%)

                     Total CDBG Program                 153,821      116,514       138,763    178,263      86,685    (91,573)     (51.4%)




CDBG-R Program                                                                                                                    4102
                                                                                  Projected
      Account                      Account               Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                      Description           2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

215-4102-522.10-01   Salaries                              7,700             0           0          0          0           0        N/A
                       Salaries                            7,700             0           0          0          0           0        N/A



215-4102-522.41-15   Child Day Care (CEDA)                 4,000              0          0           0         0           0        N/A
215-4102-522.41-44   Suburban Prim Health Care             2,000              0          0           0         0           0        N/A
215-4102-522.41-48   PADS to HOPE                          3,000              0          0           0         0           0        N/A
215-4102-522.41-54   Dist 214 ESL Program                  1,000              0          0           0         0           0        N/A
215-4102-522.41-60   Youth Outreach                        1,000              0          0           0         0           0        N/A
215-4102-522.41-62   Escorted Transportation Services        600              0          0           0         0           0        N/A
215-4102-522.41-64   EEA&R - Group/Trans Housing               0         21,747     54,188      63,958         0     (63,958)    (100.0%)
215-4102-522.41-66   EEA&R - Residential                       0              0      4,000       4,000         0      (4,000)    (100.0%)
                       Other Charges                      11,600         21,747     58,188      67,958         0     (67,958)    (100.0%)

                     Total CDBG-R Program                 19,300         21,747     58,188      67,958         0     (67,958)    (100.0%)




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                                                                                                    EXPENDITURES

Non-Operating                                                                                                     9901
                                                                    Projected
      Account                   Account        Actual     Actual      Actual    Budget    Budget        $           %
      Number                   Description    2009-10    2010-11     2011-12    2011-12   2012-13   Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

215-9901-591.90-05   Operating Transfer Out   210,000     150,000    150,000    150,000   150,000          0        0.0%
                      Other Financing Uses    210,000     150,000    150,000    150,000   150,000          0        0.0%

                     Total Non-Operating      210,000     150,000    150,000    150,000   150,000          0        0.0%

                     Total CDBG Fund          447,721     352,861    405,376    454,646   292,730   (161,911)     (35.6%)




                                                        250
CDBG FUND                                                            Planning

                                    PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                               Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                        Title          Grade    2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1245    Planner II                         C42          0.75       0.75
        Total F-T-E                                     0.75       0.75       0.00




               Planning & Community Development Department
                        Cross Reference to All Funds


                                                     Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                     Fund                           2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund                                    8.25       8.25

 215    CDBG Fund                                       0.75       0.75
        Total F-T-E All Funds                           9.00       9.00       0.00




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                                                                                                           EXPENDITURE DETAIL


PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                                                                               4001

     Account                                                                                  Budget                Budget
     Number               Account Title                        Description                    2011-12               2012-13

SALARIES:

215-4001-522.10-01 Salaries                   Salaries                                              58,425                56,045

                                              TOTAL SALARIES                                        58,425                56,045
                                              TOTAL PLANNING                                        58,425                56,045




CDBG PROGRAM                                                                                                                   4101

     Account                                                                                  Budget                Budget
     Number               Account Title                        Description                    2011-12               2012-13

OTHER CHARGES:

215-4101-522.41-01 Single Family Rehab        Interest free loans to low income
                                                property owners for home rehabilitation
                                                  which becomes a lien on property
                                                    and recovered upon sale of home       88,200                46,200
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover            47,378   135,578           0    46,200

215-4101-522.41-02 CDBG Admin/Audit           Audit, legal ads, misc. costs                             2,500                 2,500

215-4101-522.41-04 Resources for Comm Living Shared housing for special populations                     1,220                 1,165

215-4101-522.41-15 Child Day Care             Grant to CEDA Northwest Daycare Broker
                                               Prog. to provide subsidy for low income
                                                 residents needing child daycare
                                                   services to secure and maintain
                                                      employment                                    16,280                15,135

215-4101-522.41-16 Children at Play           Grant to Children at Play (CAP) Program -
                                               subsidy for low income participants                      5,000                 5,000

215-4101-522.41-17 Children Advocacy Center Child Abuse Services                                        1,220                 1,165

215-4101-522.41-44 Sub Prim Health Care       Grant to Suburban Primary Health Care
                                               Council - Access to Care Program                         8,300                 7,725

215-4101-522.41-48 PADS to HOPE               Journeys from PADS to HOPE, Inc. -
                                                Homeless services                                       1,830                 1,740

215-4101-522.41-52 WINGS Program              Traditional Housing and Safe House                        1,640                 1,560

215-4101-522.41-54 Dist. 214 ESL Program      District 214 Beginning English as a
                                                Second Language Program                                 1,220                 1,165




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                                                                                                         EXPENDITURE DETAIL


CDBG PROGRAM (cont.)                                                                                                       4101

     Account                                                                                Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                    2011-12             2012-13

215-4101-522.41-60 Youth Outreach            Greater Wheeling Area Youth Outreach -
                                              Dream Makers Program &
                                                Summer Adventure Camp                                 1,435               1,365

215-4101-522.41.62 Escorted Transport Serv   Medical Transportation for Seniors                       1,220               1,165

215-4101-522.41-68 Northwest CASA            Sexual assault counseling, crisis
                                              intervention and advocacy                                410                 400

215-4101-522.41-70 Faith Community Homes     Supportive housing                                        410                 400

                                             TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                 178,263              86,685
                                             TOTAL CDBG PROGRAM                                  178,263              86,685




CDBG-R PROGRAM                                                                                                             4102

     Account                                                                                Budget              Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                    2011-12             2012-13

OTHER CHARGES:

215-4102-522.41-64 EEA&R - Group/Tran Hsg    Energy Efficiency Audits & Rehab (EEA&R)
                                               Group Homes/Transitional Housing         54,188                   0
                                             Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover            9,770    63,958         0           0

215-4102-522.41-66 EEA&R - Residential       Energy Efficiency Audits & Rehab (EEA&R)
                                              Residential (Rebudgeted)                                4,000                  0

                                             TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                  67,958                     0
                                             TOTAL CDBG-R PROGRAM                                 67,958                     0




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                                                                                                  EXPENDITURE DETAIL


NON-OPERATING                                                                                                      9901

     Account                                                                            Budget           Budget
     Number               Account Title                     Description                 2011-12          2012-13

NON-OPERATING:

215-9901-591.90-05 Operating Transfer Out   Operating transfer to Debt Service Fund -
                                             partial funding of debt service for
                                               Senior Center                                 150,000          150,000

                                            TOTAL NON-OPERATING                              150,000          150,000
                                            TOTAL NON-OPERATING                              150,000          150,000
                                            TOTAL CDBG FUND                                  454,646          292,730




                                                                254
FIRE TRAINING ACADEMY FUND
                                 ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                        Fire
                        Chief




                        Fire
                      Training
                      Academy




                        255
FIRE ACADEMY FUND                                                                                                 225

► Fund at a Glance
    The Village is known to have one of the best training facilities for firefighters in the State of Illinois. As a
    result, the Village trains new recruits and certifies existing personnel for other communities. It operates
    very similarly to the University of Illinois fire training program. It is staffed by our own fire department
    personnel and tuition is paid by other cities/villages who send their firefighters for training at our
    academy.

    Restrictions:

    VILLAGE POLICY – In order to sustain such a training facility on a break-even basis, all revenues and
    costs associated with administering this training facility are segregated in this fund.


► Performance Measures
                                                                                    Calendar Year
                                                                           2009         2010               2011
1. (# of classes) # of students

      FF II                                                         ( 4)       42   ( 2)     14     ( 1)       8
      Vertical I                                                    ( 1)       20   ( 2)     24     ( 1)      12
      Fire Apparatus Engineer                                       ( 3)       78   ( 3)     54     ( 3)      24
      First-In Officer                                              ( 0)        0   ( 6)    100     ( 0)       0
      Technical Rescue/Hazmat Awareness                             ( 0)        0   ( 2)     28     ( 0)       0
                Totals                                              ( 8)      140   (15)    220     ( 5)      44
2. Additional Training Hours for Arlington
      Heights Firefighters:

        FF II                                                       ( 4)    2,400   ( 2)   1,200    ( 1)      600
        Vertical I                                                  ( 1)      108   ( 2)     112    ( 1)       56
        Fire Apparatus Engineer                                     ( 3)      388   ( 3)     380    ( 3)      380
        First-In Officer                                            ( 0)        0   ( 6)      36    ( 0)        0
        Technical Rescue/Hazmat Awareness                           ( 0)        0   ( 2)      32    ( 0)        0
                 Totals                                             ( 8)    2,896   (15)   1,760    ( 5)    1,036

This is an important component of the Fire Training Academy, in
some ways the most important. While Arlington Heights Fire
Fighters are teaching, they are also earning training hours which
count toward the Department’s ISO rating, and, more importantly,
they are reviewing and demonstrating rescue techniques that will
be needed in emergencies.




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FIRE ACADEMY FUND                                                                             (Continued)


► Fund Summary
                          2009-10    2010-11     2011-12      2011-12     2012-13         $            %
                          Actual     Actual      Est Act      Budget      Budget       Change       Change

Revenues
   Fees                   $129,841    $72,850      $17,900    $187,000      $14,000    ($173,000)    (92.5%)
   Interest Income           4,030      2,220        1,000       1,000        1,000             0       0.0%
   Other                         0        678          500           0            0             0       N/A
Total Revenues            $133,871    $75,748      $19,400    $188,000      $15,000    ($173,000)    (92.0%)
Interfund Transfers In           0          0            0           0            0             0       N/A
Total Revenues and
Interfund Transfers In    $133,871    $75,748      $19,400    $188,000      $15,000    ($173,000)    (92.0%)

Expenditures
   Personal Services       $51,998    $25,668      $14,000     $60,300      $14,000     ($46,300)    (76.8%)
   Contractual Services     44,744     49,456       43,200      77,600            0      (77,600)   (100.0%)
   Commodities              23,496     17,478       11,900      39,552        5,000      (34,552)    (87.4%)
   Capital Items                 0          0       50,600      59,434      138,850        79,416     133.6%
Total Expenditures        $120,238    $92,602     $119,700    $236,886     $157,850     ($79,036)    (33.4%)
Interfund Transfers Out          0          0            0           0            0             0       N/A
Total Expenditures and
Interfund Transfers Out   $120,238    $92,602     $119,700    $236,886     $157,850     ($79,036)    (33.4%)


REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES               $13,633   ($16,854)   ($100,300)   ($48,886)   ($142,850)    ($93,964)    192.2%
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE     246,371     260,004      243,150     243,150      142,850    (100,300)    (41.3%)

ENDING FUND BALANCE       $260,004   $243,150     $142,850    $194,264           $0    ($194,264)   (100.0%)




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                                                                                                                  REVENUES

                                                                          Projected
      Account                     Account        Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                     Description    2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

225-0000-433.94-00   Tuition Fire Academy       129,841          72,850     17,900    187,000      14,000   (173,000)     (92.5%)
                       Public Safety Fees       129,841          72,850     17,900    187,000      14,000   (173,000)     (92.5%)

225-0000-461.02-00   Interest on Investments       3,027          1,542       1,000      1,000      1,000          0       0.0%
225-0000-462.10-00   Market Value Adjustments      1,003            678           0          0          0          0       N/A
                        Interest Income            4,030          2,220       1,000      1,000      1,000          0       0.0%

225-0000-489.90-00   Other Income                     0            678         500          0          0           0       N/A
                       Other                          0            678         500          0          0           0       N/A


                     Total Fire Academy Fund    133,871          75,748     19,400    188,000      15,000   (173,000)     (92.0%)




FIRE ACADEMY FUND (225)
                                                                                                            EXPENDITURES

Fire Academy                                                                                                              3601
                                                                          Projected
      Account                     Account        Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                     Description    2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

225-3601-512.18-80   Special Detail               51,998         25,668     14,000      60,300     14,000    (46,300)     (76.8%)
                       Salaries                   51,998         25,668     14,000      60,300     14,000    (46,300)     (76.8%)

225-3601-512.20-05   Professional Services         3,375          3,750          0      15,000         0     (15,000)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.21-02   Equipment Maintenance         3,146          1,015      3,500       4,200         0      (4,200)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.21-65   Other Services                9,178         17,698     12,000      30,000         0     (30,000)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.22-02   Dues                              0              0          0         500         0        (500)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.22-03   Training                      6,461          5,309      6,500       6,500         0      (6,500)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.22-05   Postage                          60            109        100         300         0        (300)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.22-10   Printing                         32            418        700         700         0        (700)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.22-15   Photocopying                  1,492          1,257      2,000       2,000         0      (2,000)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge        16,800         16,700      9,100       9,100         0      (9,100)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg      4,200          3,200      9,300       9,300         0      (9,300)    (100.0%)
                        Contractual Services      44,744         49,456     43,200      77,600         0     (77,600)    (100.0%)




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                                                                                                             EXPENDITURES

Fire Academy (cont.)                                                                                                       3601
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                   Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

225-3601-512.30-01   Publications Periodicals           0             29         100        100          0       (100)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.30-05   Office Supplies & Equip          470            268       1,000        800          0       (800)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.30-20   Photographic Supplies              0            249           0        500          0       (500)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.30-35   Clothing                          20              0           0      1,000          0     (1,000)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.31-45   Janitorial Supplies                6             22           0        100          0       (100)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.31-55   Building Supplies              3,212            603         800      6,000          0     (6,000)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.31-60   Chemicals                        100             31         500      2,300          0     (2,300)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.31-65   Other Equip & Supplies         1,637          1,167       3,500      5,752          0     (5,752)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.31-85   Small Tools and Equipment      4,295          6,252       3,500      4,000          0     (4,000)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.32-80   Books                         12,557          6,650       2,500     12,000          0    (12,000)    (100.0%)
225-3601-512.33-05   Other Supplies                 1,199          2,207           0      7,000      5,000     (2,000)     (28.6%)
                       Commodities                 23,496         17,478      11,900     39,552      5,000    (34,552)     (87.4%)

225-3601-572.50-15   Other Equipment                   0              0           0          0       9,100      9,100       N/A
225-3601-572.50-20   Building Improvements             0              0           0          0     124,750    124,750       N/A
                       Capital Outlay                  0              0           0          0     133,850    133,850       N/A

                     Total Fire Academy          120,238          92,602      69,100   177,452    152,850     (24,602)     (13.9%)




Public Works                                                                                                               7101
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                   Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

225-7101-571.50-20   Building Improvements             0              0       50,600     59,434      5,000    (54,434)     (91.6%)
                       Capital Outlay                  0              0       50,600     59,434      5,000    (54,434)     (91.6%)

                     Total Public Works                0              0       50,600     59,434      5,000    (54,434)     (91.6%)

                     Total Fire Academy Fund     120,238          92,602    119,700    236,886    157,850     (79,036)     (33.4%)




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FIRE ACADEMY FUND (225)
                                                                                                       EXPENDITURE DETAIL


FIRE ACADEMY                                                                                                              3601

     Account                                                                              Budget                Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                  2011-12               2012-13

SALARIES:

225-3601-512.18-80 Special Detail            Professional Instructor Fees:

                                             State Certified Recruit School           44,000                     0
                                             State Certified Apparatus Eng. School    12,000                10,000
                                             FFII                                      1,500                     0
                                             Trench I - Rope Operations                2,500                 3,600
                                             Technical Rescue Awareness                  300    60,300         400    14,000

                                             TOTAL SALARIES                                     60,300                14,000

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

225-3601-512.20-05 Professional Services     Haz Mat operations class-Mt. Prospect              15,000                      0

225-3601-512.21-02 Equipment Maintenance     Video machine repairs                       200                    0
                                             SCBA service and repairs                  1,200                    0
                                             Chainsaw repairs                          1,000                    0
                                             Gas monitors                                800                    0
                                             TRS tool repairs                          1,000        4,200       0           0

225-3601-512.21-65 Other Services            Contracted Special Institute:
                                               State Certified Recruit School         10,000
                                               FFII                                    5,000
                                               Trench I - Rope Operations              2,000
                                               TSR Continuing Education                2,000
                                             Video-conferencing system - annual
                                               maintenance & technical support
                                                 (Fire Academy Fund portion only)      3,000                    0
                                             Miscellaneous equipment rental            1,000                    0
                                             Insurance policy                          7,000    30,000          0           0

225-3601-512.22-02 Dues                      Dues                                                    500                    0

225-3601-512.22-03 Training                  Fire Service Instructor Conference (2)    5,000                    0
                                             Illinois Instructors Conference (2)       1,500        6,500       0           0

225-3601-512.22-05 Postage                   Regular and registered mail                             300                    0

225-3601-512.22-10 Printing                  Academy certificates, folders and
                                              announcements                                          700                    0

225-3601-512.22-15 Photocopying              Photocopies, supplies & maintenance         700                    0
                                             Lease of Xerox CC123                      1,300        2,000       0           0

225-3601-512.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge     Information Technology service charge                  9,100                   0

225-3601-512.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg Vehicle lease charge                                    9,300                   0

                                             TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         77,600                      0




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FIRE ACADEMY (cont.)                                                                                                      3601

     Account                                                                              Budget               Budget
     Number                Account Title                       Description                2011-12              2012-13

COMMODITIES:

225-3601-512.30-01 Publications/Periodicals   Miscellaneous publications                             100                    0

225-3601-512.30-05 Office Supplies & Equip.   General office supplies                                800                    0

225-3601-512.30-20 Photographic Supplies      Misc. supplies for training division,
                                               photo AV and graphic arts needs                       500                    0

225-3601-512.30-35 Clothing                   Shirts & jackets - FFII instructors                   1,000                   0

225-3601-512.31-45 Janitorial Supplies        Miscellaneous janitorial supplies                      100                    0

225-3601-512.31-55 Building Supplies          Fire tower materials                     2,000                   0
                                              Trench rescue mock-ups                   2,000                   0
                                              Smoke divers trailer materials           2,000        6,000      0            0

225-3601-512.31-60 Chemicals                  Fire extinguisher recharge               2,000                   0
                                              Smoke agent fluid                          300        2,300      0            0

225-3601-512.31-65 Other Equip. & Supplies    CDs, DVDs, scanner, TRS supplies,
                                                truck equipment                        4,000                   0
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover         1,752        5,752      0            0

225-3601-512.31-85 Small Tools and Equip.     Miscellaneous small tools                             4,000                   0

225-3601-512.32-80 Books                      IFSTA manuals for FFII                   7,000                    0
                                              IFSTA manuals for FAE                    3,000                4,500
                                              Manuals for TRS                            500                  500
                                              Academy binders                          1,000                    0
                                              Library update                             500    12,000          0        5,000

225-3601-512.33-05 Other Supplies             Expendable supplies                      2,000                   0
                                              Computer programs                        1,000                   0
                                              Rescue gear high-rise & below grade
                                               classes                                 2,000                   0
                                              Trench equipment                         2,000        7,000      0            0

                                              TOTAL COMMODITIES                                 39,552                   5,000

CAPITAL OUTLAY:

225-3601-572.50-15 Other Equipment            Fire Operational Equipment (EQ9502)
                                                Smoke generator for Fire Drill Tower      0                 6,000
                                                800 MHz Mobile Radio                      0            0    3,100        9,100

225-3601-571.50-20 Building Improvements      Fire Department Training Tower
                                                Renovation (BL1310)                                    0            124,750

                                              TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                     0            133,850
                                              TOTAL FIRE ACADEMY                               177,452              152,850




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PUBLIC WORKS                                                                                                  7101

     Account                                                                      Budget           Budget
     Number              Account Title                   Description              2011-12          2012-13

CAPITAL OUTLAY:

225-7101-571-50-20 Building Improvements   Ongoing maintenance of Fire
                                             Academy building and parking
                                               lot (BL1003)                   10,000
                                           Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover   49,434    59,434               5,000

                                           TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                         59,434               5,000
                                           TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS                           59,434               5,000
                                           TOTAL FIRE ACADEMY FUND                     236,886          157,850




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MUNICIPAL PARKING FUND
                                                 ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                         Public Works
                           Director




                           Parking
                          Operations




   Commuter      North                  South          Evergreen
    Parking     Garage                  Garage          Garage




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MUNICIPAL PARKING FUND                                                                                     235

► Fund at a Glance
    The Village has been very responsive in providing parking for commuters as well as Downtown
    merchants, their employees and shoppers. As a result, a major investment by this community was made
    in the construction of many commuter lots and parking garages providing available parking for the
    redevelopment of the Downtown. Major improvements resulting from the creation of TIF Districts I and II
    were the construction of the North Garage, the Vail Street Garage and the Evergreen Garage below the
    Arlington Towne Square development. In 2007 a 317 space addition was completed in the Vail Street
    Garage. Major renovations on the 20 year old Vail Street Garage were also completed during
    construction of the addition. Three additional elevators, emergency call boxes and improved signage
    were a few of the renovations.

    Commuters pay either monthly or daily user fees to pay for the costs associated with operation of these
    garages. Separate operations are maintained to show the results of operation of the North Garage, Vail
    Street Garage, Evergreen Garage and the other commuter parking lots.

    Restrictions:

    VILLAGE POLICY – The Village finances parking operations by the user fee concept. Effective May 1,
    2004, the monthly commuter permit rate is $30 and the daily rate is $1.50. Twenty-four hour parking
    permits range from $30 to $55 and have restrictions for their use based on agreement.


► Fund Summary
                             2009-10     2010-11      2011-12      2011-12      2012-13         $           %
                             Actual       Actual       Est Act      Budget       Budget      Change       Change

Revenues
   Fees                       $956,953     $967,026     $970,000     $991,200     $970,000    ($21,200)    (2.1%)
   Fines                        18,856       40,696       90,000       30,000       70,000       40,000   133.3%
   Interest Income              71,488       40,366       23,000       40,000       23,000     (17,000)   (42.5%)
Total Revenues              $1,048,556   $1,048,088   $1,083,000   $1,061,200   $1,063,000       $1,800      0.2%
Interfund Transfers In               0            0            0            0            0            0      N/A
Total Revenues and
Interfund Transfers In      $1,048,556   $1,048,088   $1,083,000   $1,061,200   $1,063,000      $1,800      0.2%

Expenditures
   Personal Services         $431,994     $427,615     $437,100     $441,300      $471,600     $30,300       6.9%
   Contractual Services        349,551      304,271      281,800      281,792      289,800        8,008      2.8%
   Commodities                  45,523       60,377       71,200       69,639       71,200        1,561      2.2%
   Other Charges               313,500      329,200      329,200      329,200      345,700       16,500      5.0%
   Capital Items                18,305       25,000      103,800      103,800       60,000     (43,800)   (42.2%)
Total Expenditures          $1,158,873   $1,146,463   $1,223,100   $1,225,731   $1,238,300     $12,569       1.0%
Interfund Transfers Out              0            0            0            0            0            0      N/A
Total Expenditures and
Interfund Transfers Out     $1,158,873   $1,146,463   $1,223,100   $1,225,731   $1,238,300     $12,569      1.0%


REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES                ($110,317)    ($98,375)   ($140,100)   ($164,531)   ($175,300)    ($10,769)      6.5%
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE       4,808,923    4,698,606    4,600,231    4,600,231    4,460,131    (140,100)    (3.0%)

ENDING FUND BALANCE         $4,698,606   $4,600,231   $4,460,131   $4,435,700   $4,284,831   ($150,869)    (3.4%)




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MUNICIPAL PARKING FUND (235)
                                                                                                                         REVENUES

                                                                               Projected
      Account                    Account             Actual       Actual         Actual    Budget      Budget          $           %
      Number                    Description         2009-10      2010-11        2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

235-0000-435.54-00   Parking Lot A Daily Fees         21,716       21,693        22,000      24,000      22,000      (2,000)      (8.3%)
235-0000-435.60-00   Parking Lot E Daily Fees          8,805        8,369         9,000       9,000       9,000           0        0.0%
235-0000-435.64-00   Parking Garage Daily Fees           637            0             0           0           0           0        N/A
235-0000-435.64-01   Municipal Garage Daily Fees       9,442        9,592        12,400      12,400      12,400           0        0.0%
235-0000-435.64-02   Vail Street Gar Daily Fees       41,233       36,954        46,000      46,000      46,000           0        0.0%
235-0000-435.64-03   North Garage Daily Fees          45,978       47,974        53,000      53,000      53,000           0        0.0%
235-0000-435.65-02   Vail Street Gar Monthly Fees    317,982      332,987       320,000     320,000     320,000           0        0.0%
235-0000-435.65-03   North Garage Monthly Fees       311,195      297,491       315,000     315,000     315,000           0        0.0%
235-0000-435.66-00   Parking Lot P Daily Fees         39,212       39,660        40,100      40,100      40,100           0        0.0%
235-0000-435.68-00   Parking Lot S Daily Fees         54,297       53,851        61,600      61,600      61,600           0        0.0%
235-0000-435.70-00   Parking Lot T Daily Fees            108          291           100         100         100           0        0.0%
235-0000-435.72-00   Evergreen Garage "U Fees"       104,448      116,087        88,000     108,000      88,000     (20,000)     (18.5%)
235-0000-435.74-00   Parking Lot O Daily Fees          1,900        2,077         2,800       2,000       2,800         800       40.0%
                       Parking Fees                  956,953      967,026       970,000     991,200     970,000     (21,200)      (2.1%)

235-0000-441.15-00   Parking Fines                    18,856          40,696     90,000      30,000      70,000      40,000     133.3%
                       Fines                          18,856          40,696     90,000      30,000      70,000      40,000     133.3%

235-0000-461.02-00   Interest on Investments          53,788          28,138     23,000      40,000      23,000     (17,000)     (42.5%)
235-0000-462.10-00   Market Value Adjustments         17,700          12,228          0                       0           0        N/A
                        Interest Income               71,488          40,366     23,000      40,000      23,000     (17,000)     (42.5%)

235-0000-489.90-00   Other Income                      1,259              0           0           0           0           0       N/A
                       Other                           1,259              0           0           0           0           0       N/A


                     Total Municipal Parking Fund   1,048,556    1,048,088     1,083,000   1,061,200   1,063,000      1,800        0.2%




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MUNICIPAL PARKING FUND (235)
                                                                                                            EXPENDITURES

Police                                                                                                                    3001
                                                                          Projected
      Account                    Account         Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description     2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

235-3001-532.10-01   Salaries                   303,324      305,168       309,100    308,600    318,100       9,500        3.1%
235-3001-532.18-05   Overtime Civilian                0            0             0      5,000      5,000           0        0.0%
                       Salaries                 303,324      305,168       309,100    313,600    323,100       9,500        3.0%

235-3001-532.19-01   Workers Compensation         7,500        7,800         8,000      8,000      8,200         200       2.5%
235-3001-532.19-05   Medical Insurance           53,800       54,800        57,100     57,100     71,700      14,600      25.6%
235-3001-532.19-10   IMRF                        36,995       35,906        38,800     38,700     43,900       5,200      13.4%
235-3001-532.19-11   Social Security             19,343       19,403        19,500     19,400     20,000         600       3.1%
235-3001-532.19-12   Medicare                     4,524        4,538         4,600      4,500      4,700         200       4.4%
                       Fringe Benefits          122,162      122,447       128,000    127,700    148,500      20,800      16.3%

235-3001-532.20-40   General Insurance             7,200          7,600      7,800       7,800      8,000        200        2.6%
235-3001-532.22-10   Printing                     10,514          3,412     15,500      15,525      9,000     (6,525)     (42.0%)
235-3001-532.22-25   IT/GIS Service Charge         9,900          9,800      9,100       9,100      9,100          0        0.0%
235-3001-532.22-37   Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg     27,800         20,400     17,500      17,500     31,800     14,300       81.7%
                        Contractual Services      55,414         41,212     49,900      49,925     57,900      7,975       16.0%

235-3001-532.30-35   Clothing                      2,550          2,531       2,800      2,839      2,500       (339)     (11.9%)
235-3001-532.30-50   Petroleum Products            3,232          3,797       5,500      3,900      5,800      1,900       48.7%
235-3001-532.33-05   Other Supplies                3,856          4,484       4,600      4,600      4,600          0        0.0%
                       Commodities                 9,638         10,812      12,900     11,339     12,900      1,561       13.8%

                     Total Police Department    490,538      479,639       499,900    502,564    542,400      39,836        7.9%




Engineering                                                                                                               5001
                                                                          Projected
      Account                    Account         Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description     2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

235-5001-571.50-30   Road Projects                    0          25,000     25,000      25,000     40,000     15,000      60.0%
                       Capital Outlay                 0          25,000     25,000      25,000     40,000     15,000      60.0%

                     Total Engineering                0          25,000      25,000     25,000     40,000     15,000      60.0%




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                                                                                                              EXPENDITURES

Public Works                                                                                                                7101
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

235-7101-572.50-15   Other Equipment                     0             0       5,000       5,000     10,000      5,000     100.0%
235-7101-571.50-20   Building Improvements          18,305             0      68,800      68,800      5,000    (63,800)    (92.7%)
235-7101-571.50-25   Construction in Progress            0             0       5,000       5,000      5,000          0       0.0%
                       Capital Outlay               18,305             0      78,800      78,800     20,000    (58,800)    (74.6%)

                     Total Public Works             18,305             0       78,800     78,800     20,000    (58,800)     (74.6%)




Parking Operations                                                                                                          7301
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

235-7301-532.18-01   Temporary Help                  6,045             0           0          0          0           0        N/A
                       Salaries                      6,045             0           0          0          0           0        N/A

235-7301-532.19-11   Social Security                  375              0           0          0          0           0        N/A
235-7301-532.19-12   Medicare                          88              0           0          0          0           0        N/A
                       Fringe Benefits                463              0           0          0          0           0        N/A

235-7301-532.21-11   Building Maintenance                0            729      3,000       3,000      3,000          0        0.0%
235-7301-532.21-40   Lease Expense                  13,098         13,210     13,000      13,000     13,000          0        0.0%
235-7301-532.21-50   Utility Services                1,384          1,154      2,000       2,000      2,000          0        0.0%
235-7301-532.21-65   Other Services                      0              0        500         500        500          0        0.0%
235-7301-532.22-03   Training                            0              0      1,100       1,100      1,100          0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services         14,482         15,093     19,600      19,600     19,600          0        0.0%

235-7301-532.31-40   Agricultural Supplies               0            865      1,000       1,000      1,000          0        0.0%
235-7301-532.31-65   Other Equip & Supplies          1,767            725      1,800       1,800      1,800          0        0.0%
235-7301-532.31-90   Street and Sidewalk Sup         3,083          5,537      5,000       5,000      5,000          0        0.0%
235-7301-532.33-05   Other Supplies                  2,406          2,632      3,000       3,000      3,000          0        0.0%
                       Commodities                   7,256          9,759     10,800      10,800     10,800          0        0.0%

235-7301-532.40-75   Administrative Serv Charge     72,100         75,700     75,700      75,700     79,500      3,800        5.0%
                       Other Charges                72,100         75,700     75,700      75,700     79,500      3,800        5.0%

                     Total Parking Operations     100,346      100,552       106,100    106,100    109,900       3,800        3.6%




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MUNICIPAL PARKING FUND (235)
                                                                                                              EXPENDITURES

Vail Street Garage Operation                                                                                                7302
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

235-7302-532.21-02   Equipment Maintenance           1,847          8,459      5,000       5,000      5,000          0        0.0%
235-7302-532.21-11   Building Maintenance           18,732         20,331     20,000      20,000     20,000          0        0.0%
235-7302-532.21-50   Utility Services               52,516         56,246     45,000      45,000     45,000          0        0.0%
235-7302-532.22-10   Printing                        3,046          2,499      3,500       3,500      3,500          0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services         76,141         87,535     73,500      73,500     73,500          0        0.0%

235-7302-532.31-65   Other Equip & Supplies          1,993          2,014      2,500       2,500      2,500          0        0.0%
235-7302-532.31-90   Street and Sidewalk Sup         8,222         14,765     12,000      12,000     12,000          0        0.0%
235-7302-532.33-05   Other Supplies                  2,864          1,723      5,000       5,000      5,000          0        0.0%
                       Commodities                  13,079         18,502     19,500      19,500     19,500          0        0.0%

235-7302-532.40-75   Administrative Serv Charge     91,200         95,800     95,800      95,800   100,600       4,800        5.0%
                       Other Charges                91,200         95,800     95,800      95,800   100,600       4,800        5.0%

                     Total Vail Street Garage     180,420      201,837       188,800    188,800    193,600       4,800        2.5%




North Garage Operation                                                                                                      7303
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $           %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)   Inc (Dec)

235-7303-532.21-02   Equipment Maintenance          8,745           8,667     17,300      17,267     17,300         33        0.2%
235-7303-532.21-11   Building Maintenance          29,341          19,884     25,000      25,000     25,000          0        0.0%
235-7303-532.21-50   Utility Services              71,413          65,208     42,000      42,000     42,000          0        0.0%
235-7303-532.22-10   Printing                       3,046           2,499      3,500       3,500      3,500          0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services       112,545          96,258     87,800      87,767     87,800         33        0.0%

235-7303-532.31-65   Other Equip & Supplies          1,013            331      2,500       2,500      2,500          0        0.0%
235-7303-532.31-90   Street and Sidewalk Sup         8,222         14,765     12,000      12,000     12,000          0        0.0%
235-7303-532.33-05   Other Supplies                  1,583          1,055      4,500       4,500      4,500          0        0.0%
                       Commodities                  10,818         16,151     19,000      19,000     19,000          0        0.0%

235-7303-532.40-75   Administrative Serv Charge     94,600         99,300     99,300      99,300   104,300       5,000        5.0%
                       Other Charges                94,600         99,300     99,300      99,300   104,300       5,000        5.0%

                     Total North Garage           217,963      211,709       206,100    206,067    211,100       5,033        2.4%




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MUNICIPAL PARKING FUND (235)
                                                                                                                    EXPENDITURES

Evergreen Street Garage Operation                                                                                                  7304
                                                                                Projected
      Account                    Account              Actual       Actual         Actual    Budget      Budget          $            %
      Number                    Description          2009-10      2010-11        2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

235-7304-532.21-02   Equipment Maintenance             11,525           8,472     10,000      10,000      10,000            0        0.0%
235-7304-532.21-11   Building Maintenance               9,974          12,776      9,500       9,500       9,500            0        0.0%
235-7304-532.21-50   Utility Services                  68,430          42,190     30,000      30,000      30,000            0        0.0%
235-7304-532.22-10   Printing                           1,040             735      1,500       1,500       1,500            0        0.0%
                       Contractual Services            90,969          64,173     51,000      51,000      51,000            0        0.0%

235-7304-532.31-65   Other Equip & Supplies             1,080             361       1,500      1,500       1,500            0        0.0%
235-7304-532.31-90   Street and Sidewalk Sup            1,027           1,846       2,500      2,500       2,500            0        0.0%
235-7304-532.33-05   Other Supplies                     2,624           2,946       5,000      5,000       5,000            0        0.0%
                       Commodities                      4,731           5,153       9,000      9,000       9,000            0        0.0%

235-7304-532.40-75   Administrative Serv Charge        55,601          58,400     58,400      58,400      61,300       2,900         5.0%
                       Other Charges                   55,601          58,400     58,400      58,400      61,300       2,900         5.0%

                     Total Evergreen Street Garage    151,301      127,726       118,400     118,400     121,300       2,900         2.4%

                     Total Municipal Parking Fund    1,158,873    1,146,463     1,223,100   1,225,731   1,238,300      (2,431)       1.0%




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MUNICIPAL PARKING FUND                                                      Police

                                 PERSONNEL SUMMARY

Class                                                Authorized Positions in F-T-E
Code                     Title           Grade       2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

1185    Public Service Officer            A13               4.00     4.00

1716    Records Clerk                     A12               1.00     1.00
        Total F-T-E                                         5.00     5.00      0.00




                                  Police Department
                             Cross Reference to All Funds

                                                      Authorized Positions in F-T-E
                  Fund                               2011-12   2012-13       + (-)

 101    General Fund
           Police - Administration                     133.00      133.00
           Police Grant                                     1.00     1.00

 235    Municipal Parking Fund                              5.00     5.00
        Total F-T-E All Funds                          139.00      139.00      0.00




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POLICE                                                                                                                      3001

     Account                                                                                Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                        Description                  2011-12              2012-13

SALARIES:

235-3001-532.10-01 Salaries                  Salaries                                            308,600              318,100

235-3001-532.18-05 Overtime Civilian         Overtime Civilian                                        5,000                5,000

                                             TOTAL SALARIES                                      313,600              323,100

FRINGE BENEFITS:

235-3001-532.19-01 Workers' Compensation     Workers' Compensation Insurance                          8,000                8,200

235-3001-532.19-05 Medical Insurance         Medical Insurance                                    57,100               71,700

235-3001-532.19-10 IMRF                      IMRF                                                 38,700               43,900

235-3001-532.19-11 Social Security           Social Security                                      19,400               20,000

235-3001-532.19-12 Medicare                  Medicare                                                 4,500                4,700

                                             TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS                               127,700              148,500

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

235-3001-532.20-40 General Insurance         Liability and property insurance                         7,800                8,000

235-3001-532.22-10 Printing                  Parking tickets                             9,000                9,000
                                             Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover            6,525    15,525          0        9,000

235-3001-532.22-25 IT/GIS Service Charge     Information Technology/GIS service charge                9,100                9,100

235-3001-532.22-37 Vehicle/Equip Lease Chrg Vehicle lease charge                                  17,500               31,800

                                             TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           49,925               57,900

COMMODITIES:

235-3001-532.30-35 Clothing                  PSO clothing                                2,500                2,500
                                             Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover              339        2,839       0        2,500

235-3001-532.30-50 Petroleum Products        Gasoline for department vehicle(s)                       3,900                5,800

235-3001-532.33-05 Other Supplies            Flares                                      3,000                3,000
                                             Chalk and chalk sticks                        700                  700
                                             Batteries                                     700                  700
                                             Vests - traffic                               200        4,600     200        4,600

                                             TOTAL COMMODITIES                                    11,339               12,900
                                             TOTAL POLICE                                        502,564              542,400




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ENGINEERING                                                                                                                 5001

     Account                                                                                Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                       Description                   2011-12              2012-13

CAPITAL OUTLAY:

235-5001-571.50-30 Road Projects              Parking Lot Resurfacing
                                               Resurface daily pay and Village-owned
                                                 parking lots (ST0901)                            25,000               40,000

                                              TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                25,000               40,000
                                              TOTAL ENGINEERING                                   25,000               40,000




PUBLIC WORKS                                                                                                                7101

     Account                                                                                Budget               Budget
     Number               Account Title                       Description                   2011-12              2012-13

CAPITAL OUTLAY:

235-7101-572.50-15 Other Equipment            Operational Equipment (EQ0901)                          5,000            10,000

235-7101-571.50-20 Building Improvements      Exterior brick maintenance (BL9603)        5,000                5,000
                                              Paint North Garage (BL1202)               58,800                    0
                                              Garage U (Underground) Signage (BL1203)    5,000    68,800          0        5,000

235-7101-571.50-25 Construction in Progress   Parking structure sealer/sealant
                                                replacement (BL0006)                                  5,000                5,000

                                              TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                                78,800               20,000
                                              TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS                                  78,800               20,000




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MUNICIPAL PARKING OPERATIONS                                                                                                7301

      Account                                                                               Budget               Budget
      Number               Account Title                          Description               2011-12              2012-13

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

235-7301-532.21-11 Building Maintenance         Glass and door repairs                     500                  500
                                                Replacement of fire doors and frames     2,500        3,000   2,500        3,000

235-7301-532.21-40 Lease Expense                1/3 of revenue from Parking Lots P & T
                                                  per agreement                                   13,000               13,000

235-7301-532.21-50 Utility Services             Energy for lighting parking lots
                                                 and garage                                           2,000                2,000

235-7301-532.21-65 Other Services               Miscellaneous items                                    500                  500

235-7301-532.22-03 Training                     Int'l Municipal Parking Association                   1,100                1,100

                                                TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        19,600               19,600

COMMODITIES:

235-7301-532.31-40 Agricultural Supplies        Plants & flowers for parking areas                    1,000                1,000

235-7301-532.31-65 Other Equip. & Supplies      Signs & lighting repair parts                         1,800                1,800

235-7301-532.31-90 Street & Sidewalk Supplies De-icing agent for parking structure                    5,000                5,000

235-7301-532.33-05 Other Supplies               Misc. materials, fire extinguishers                   3,000                3,000

                                                TOTAL COMMODITIES                                 10,800               10,800

OTHER CHARGES:

235-7301-532.40-75 Admin. Service Charge        To General Fund for service including
                                                 sweeping, snow and ice control,
                                                   washdowns, and administration                  75,700               79,500

                                                TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                               75,700               79,500
                                                TOTAL MUNICIPAL PARKING OPERATION                106,100              109,900




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VAIL STREET GARAGE OPERATION                                                                                                 7302

      Account                                                                               Budget                Budget
      Number               Account Title                          Description               2011-12               2012-13

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

235-7302-532.21-02 Equipment Maintenance        Elevator maintenance                                  5,000                 5,000

235-7302-532.21-11 Building Maintenance         Cleaning service (windows) & misc.       2,000                 2,000
                                                Custodial contract - stairwells and
                                                 elevators                              18,000    20,000      18,000    20,000

235-7302-532.21-50 Utility Services             Electricity & telephone                           45,000                45,000

235-7302-532.22-10 Printing                     Parking permits and share of tickets                  3,500                 3,500

                                                TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        73,500                73,500

COMMODITIES:

235-7302-532.31-65 Other Equip. & Supplies      Signs & lighting repair parts                         2,500                 2,500

235-7302-532.31-90 Street & Sidewalk Supplies De-icing agent for parking structure                12,000                12,000

235-7302-532.33-05 Other Supplies               Misc. materials, fire extinguishers                   5,000                 5,000

                                                TOTAL COMMODITIES                                 19,500                19,500

OTHER CHARGES:

235-7302-532.40-75 Admin. Service Charge        To General Fund for service including
                                                 sweeping, snow and ice control,
                                                   washdowns, and administration                  95,800               100,600

                                                TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                               95,800               100,600
                                                TOTAL VAIL ST. GARAGE OPERATION                  188,800               193,600




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NORTH GARAGE OPERATION                                                                                                       7303

      Account                                                                               Budget                Budget
      Number               Account Title                          Description               2011-12               2012-13

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

235-7303-532.21-02 Equipment Maintenance        Elevator maintenance                    16,000                17,300
                                                Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover         1,267    17,267           0    17,300

235-7303-532.21-11 Building Maintenance         Cleaning service (windows) & misc.       5,000                 5,000
                                                Custodial contract - stairwells and
                                                 elevators                              20,000    25,000      20,000    25,000

235-7303-532.21-50 Utility Services             Electricity, gas & telephone                      42,000                42,000

235-7303-532.22-10 Printing                     Parking permits and share of tickets                  3,500                 3,500

                                                TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        87,767                87,800

COMMODITIES:

235-7303-532.31-65 Other Equip. & Supplies      Signs & lighting repair parts                         2,500                 2,500

235-7303-532.31-90 Street & Sidewalk Supplies De-icing agent for parking structure                12,000                12,000

235-7303-532.33-05 Other Supplies               Misc. materials, fire extinguishers                   4,500                 4,500

                                                TOTAL COMMODITIES                                 19,000                19,000

OTHER CHARGES:

235-7303-532.40-75 Admin. Service Charge        To General Fund for service including
                                                 sweeping, snow and ice control,
                                                   washdowns, and administration                  99,300               104,300

                                                TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                               99,300               104,300
                                                TOTAL NORTH GARAGE OPERATION                     206,067               211,100




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EVERGREEN STREET GARAGE OPERATION                                                                                                   7304

      Account                                                                                      Budget                Budget
      Number               Account Title                          Description                      2011-12               2012-13

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

235-7304-532.21-02 Equipment Maintenance        Elevator maintenance                                      10,000                10,000

235-7304-532.21-11 Building Maintenance         Cleaning service (windows) & misc.              1,000                 1,000
                                                Custodial contract - stairwells and elevator    8,500        9,500    8,500        9,500

235-7304-532.21-50 Utility Services             Utilities:
                                                 Electricity                                   27,000                27,000
                                                 Gas                                            1,000                 1,000
                                                 Telephone                                      2,000     30,000      2,000     30,000

235-7304-532.22-10 Printing                     Parking permits and share of tickets                         1,500                 1,500

                                                TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                51,000                51,000

COMMODITIES:

235-7304-532.31-65 Other Equip. & Supplies      Signs & lighting repair parts                                1,500                 1,500

235-7304-532.31-90 Street & Sidewalk Supplies De-icing agent for parking structure                           2,500                 2,500

235-7304-532.33-05 Other Supplies               Misc. materials, fire extinguishers                          5,000                 5,000

                                                TOTAL COMMODITIES                                            9,000                 9,000

OTHER CHARGES:

235-7304-532.40-75 Admin. Service Charge        To General Fund for service including
                                                 sweeping, snow and ice control,
                                                   washdowns, and administration                          58,400                61,300

                                                TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                       58,400                61,300
                                                TOTAL EVERGREEN GARAGE OPERATION                         118,400               121,300
                                                TOTAL MUNICIPAL PARKING FUND                            1,225,731             1,238,300




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TIF DISTRICT FUNDS
                                                    ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                           TIF Districts




  TIF I          TIF III                   TIF IV                TIF V




                               277
TIF I - SOUTH FUND                                                                                          251

► Fund at a Glance
    This fund was established as a result of creating a Tax Increment Financing District which basically lies to
    the south of the Chicago Northwestern railroad tracks in downtown Arlington Heights. The Village issued
    bonds to make many improvements to downtown Arlington Heights to retain and induce investment in our
    community. As a result of new development, the valuation of the district rises thereby generating more
    property tax revenues and sales tax revenues. These funds are used to pay off the bonds, make the
    improvements in the district and to continue renovating the Downtown.

    This TIF district ended in 2006. Current litigation creates the activity in FY2012 and FY2013.

    Restrictions:

    STATE LAW – The Tax Increment Financing legislation allows for certain improvements to be considered
    eligible. Although the redevelopment efforts may continue, the incremental revenues must support the
    debt service on the bonds.


► Fund Summary
                             2009-10        2010-11    2011-12     2011-12      2012-13        $             %
                              Actual        Actual     Est Act     Budget       Budget       Change       Change

Revenues
   Interest Income                     $0     $2,026     $4,000           $0           $0            $0      N/A
Total Revenues                         $0     $2,026     $4,000           $0           $0            $0      N/A
Interfund Transfers In                  0    654,717          0            0            0             0      N/A
Total Revenues and
Interfund Transfers In                 $0   $656,743     $4,000           $0           $0            $0      N/A

Expenditures
   Contractual Services                $0    $41,101    $30,000     $656,508     $589,642    ($66,866)     (10.2%)
Total Expenditures                     $0    $41,101    $30,000     $656,508     $589,642    ($66,866)     (10.2%)
Interfund Transfers Out                 0          0          0            0            0            0        N/A
Total Expenditures and
Interfund Transfers Out                $0    $41,101    $30,000     $656,508     $589,642    ($66,866)     (10.2%)


REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES                           $0   $615,642   ($26,000)   ($656,508)   ($589,642)    $66,866      (10.2%)
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                  0          0     615,642      615,642      589,642    (26,000)      (4.2%)

ENDING FUND BALANCE                    $0   $615,642   $589,642     ($40,866)          $0     $40,866     (100.0%)




                                                       278
TIF I - SOUTH FUND (251)
                                                                                                                     REVENUES

                                                                           Projected
      Account                    Account            Actual     Actual        Actual    Budget    Budget            $            %
      Number                    Description        2009-10    2010-11       2011-12    2011-12   2012-13       Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

251-0000-461.02-00   Interest on Investments             0         1,666       4,000         0             0           0       N/A
251-0000-462.10-00   Market Value Adjustments            0           360           0         0             0           0       N/A
                        Interest Income                  0         2,026       4,000         0             0           0       N/A

251-0000-491.05-00   Operating Transfer In               0     425,000            0          0             0           0       N/A
251-0000-491.10-00   Residual Equity Transfer In               229,717            0          0             0           0       N/A
                       Other Financing Sources           0     654,717            0          0             0           0       N/A


                     Total TIF I - South Fund            0     656,743         4,000         0             0           0       N/A




TIF I - SOUTH FUND (251)
                                                                                                               EXPENDITURES

Planning & Community Development                                                                                              4001
                                                                           Projected
      Account                    Account            Actual     Actual        Actual    Budget    Budget            $            %
      Number                    Description        2009-10    2010-11       2011-12    2011-12   2012-13       Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

251-4001-571.20-05   Professional Services               0      41,101       30,000    656,508    589,642        (66,866)     (10.2%)
                       Contractual Services              0      41,101       30,000    656,508    589,642        (66,866)     (10.2%)

                     Total Planning                      0      41,101       30,000    656,508    589,642        (66,866)     (10.2%)

                     Total TIF I - South Fund            0      41,101       30,000    656,508    589,642        (66,866)     (10.2%)




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                                                                                    EXPENDITURE DETAIL


PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                                                     4001

     Account                                                              Budget           Budget
     Number                Account Title                  Description     2011-12          2012-13

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

251-4001-571.20-05 Professional Services   Consultants/Legal (Rebudget)        656,508          589,642

                                           TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          656,508          589,642
                                           TOTAL PLANNING                      656,508          589,642
                                           TOTAL TIF I - SOUTH FUND            656,508          589,642




                                                             280
TIF III FUND                                                                                              261

► Fund at a Glance
    This fund was established as a result of creating a Tax Increment Financing District which lies on the
    southwest corner of Rand and Arlington Heights Roads. The Village issued $3M in bonds to provide
    50% of the up-front costs of redevelopment, including land acquisition, relocation of the Motorola tower,
    environment remediation, site preparation, professional fees, etc. The Village has entered into an
    agreement with a developer to redevelop the site with a 60,000 square foot retail shopping center. As a
    result of new development, the valuation of the district will rise, thereby generating more property tax
    revenues and sales tax revenues. These funds are used to pay off the bonds.

    Restrictions:

    STATE LAW – The Tax Increment Financing legislation allows for certain improvements to be considered
    eligible. Although the redevelopment efforts may continue, the incremental revenues must support the
    debt service on the bonds.


► Fund Summary
                             2009-10      2010-11     2011-12      2011-12      2012-13        $           %
                              Actual      Actual       Est Act      Budget       Budget      Change      Change

Revenues
   Taxes                      $331,407    $277,915     $264,900     $288,800     $264,900    ($23,900)    (8.3%)
   Interest Income              16,720      10,122        7,000       13,000        7,000      (6,000)   (46.2%)
Total Revenues                $348,127    $288,037     $271,900     $301,800     $271,900    ($29,900)    (9.9%)
Interfund Transfers In               0           0            0            0            0            0      N/A
Total Revenues and
Interfund Transfers In        $348,127    $288,037     $271,900     $301,800     $271,900    ($29,900)    (9.9%)

Expenditures
   Contractual Services         $4,125      $1,363           $0      $33,513      $30,000     ($3,513)   (10.5%)
   Other Charges                21,967      21,538       25,000       35,000       30,000      (5,000)   (14.3%)
Total Expenditures             $26,092     $22,901      $25,000      $68,513      $60,000     ($8,513)   (12.4%)
Interfund Transfers Out        256,600     260,900      259,200      259,200      261,750        2,550      1.0%
Total Expenditures and
Interfund Transfers Out       $282,692    $283,801     $284,200     $327,713     $321,750     ($5,963)    (1.8%)


REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES                   $65,435       $4,236    ($12,300)    ($25,913)    ($49,850)   ($23,937)    92.4%
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE         993,094    1,058,529    1,062,765    1,062,765    1,050,465    (12,300)    (1.2%)

ENDING FUND BALANCE         $1,058,529   $1,062,765   $1,050,465   $1,036,852   $1,000,615   ($36,237)    (3.5%)




                                                       281
TIF III FUND (261)
                                                                                                                    REVENUES

                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

261-0000-401.07-00   TIF Real Estate Tax          331,407      277,915       264,900    288,800    264,900     (23,900)       (8.3%)
                       Real Estate Taxes          331,407      277,915       264,900    288,800    264,900     (23,900)       (8.3%)

261-0000-461.02-00   Interest on Investments        12,663          6,976       7,000     13,000      7,000      (6,000)     (46.2%)
261-0000-462.10-00   Market Value Adjustments        4,057          3,146           0          0          0           0        N/A
                        Interest Income             16,720         10,122       7,000     13,000      7,000      (6,000)     (46.2%)


                     Total TIF III Fund           348,127      288,037       271,900    301,800    271,900     (29,900)       (9.9%)




TIF III FUND (261)
                                                                                                              EXPENDITURES

Planning & Community Development                                                                                             4001
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)



261-4001-571.20-05   Professional Services           4,125          1,363          0      33,513     30,000      (3,513)     (10.5%)
                       Contractual Services          4,125          1,363          0      33,513     30,000      (3,513)     (10.5%)

261-4001-571.40-41   Discover Arlington              6,967          6,538     10,000      20,000     15,000      (5,000)     (25.0%)
261-4001-571.40-75   Administrative Serv Charge     15,000         15,000     15,000      15,000     15,000           0        0.0%
                       Other Charges                21,967         21,538     25,000      35,000     30,000      (5,000)     (14.3%)

                     Total Planning                 26,092         22,901      25,000     68,513     60,000      (8,513)     (12.4%)




Non-Operating                                                                                                                9901
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

261-9901-591.90-05   Operating Transfer Out       256,600      260,900       259,200    259,200    261,750       2,550         1.0%
                      Other Financing Uses        256,600      260,900       259,200    259,200    261,750       2,550         1.0%

                     Total Non-Operating          256,600      260,900       259,200    259,200    261,750       2,550         1.0%

                     Total TIF III Fund            282,692     283,801       284,200     327,713    321,750      (5,963)      (1.8%)




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PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                                                                         4001

     Account                                                                                Budget             Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                    2011-12            2012-13

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

261-4001-571.20-05 Professional Services      Consultants/Legal                         30,000             30,000
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover           3,513    33,513        0    30,000

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          33,513             30,000

OTHER CHARGES:

261-4001-571.40-41 Discover Arlington         Discover Arlington Heights Program                  20,000             15,000

261-4001-571.40.75 Administrative Serv Charge Administrative Serv Charge                          15,000             15,000

                                              TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                                 35,000             30,000
                                              TOTAL PLANNING                                      68,513             60,000




NON-OPERATING                                                                                                            9901

     Account                                                                                Budget             Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description                    2011-12            2012-13

NON-OPERATING:

261-9901-591.90-05 Operating Transfer Out     Operating Transfer Out
                                               To fund debt service - 2003A Refunding            259,200            261,750

                                              TOTAL NON-OPERATING                                259,200            261,750
                                              TOTAL NON-OPERATING                                259,200            261,750
                                              TOTAL TIF III FUND                                 327,713            321,750




                                                                 283
TIF IV FUND                                                                                               263

► Fund at a Glance
    This fund was established as a result of creating a Tax Increment Financing District which lies on the
    northeast corner of Arlington Heights Road and Golf Road, containing approximately 35 acres of land.
    As a result of proposed new development, the valuation of the district will rise, thereby generating more
    property tax revenues and sales tax revenues. These funds are then used to pay off bonds that will be
    issued to fund development improvements.

    Restrictions:

    STATE LAW – The Tax Increment Financing legislation allows for certain improvements to be considered
    eligible. Although the redevelopment efforts may continue, the incremental revenues must support the
    debt service on the bonds.


► Fund Summary
                             2009-10      2010-11     2011-12      2011-12     2012-13         $           %
                              Actual      Actual      Est Act      Budget      Budget       Change      Change

Revenues
   Taxes                      $555,707    $267,798     $651,000    $495,200     $651,000    $155,800       31.5%
   Interest Income               4,835       2,286        1,000       1,000        1,000           0        0.0%
   Other                             0      12,036            0           0            0           0       N/A
Total Revenues                $560,542    $282,120     $652,000    $496,200     $652,000    $155,800       31.4%
Interfund Transfers In               0           0            0           0            0           0       N/A
Total Revenues and
Interfund Transfers In        $560,542    $282,120     $652,000    $496,200     $652,000    $155,800       31.4%

Expenditures
   Contractual Services        $50,659     $70,391      $25,000     $54,201      $50,000     ($4,201)      (7.8%)
   Other Charges                50,000      50,000       55,000      60,000       60,000            0        0.0%
   Capital Items               469,809     175,998            0     500,000      500,000            0        0.0%
Total Expenditures            $570,468    $296,389      $80,000    $614,201     $610,000     ($4,201)      (0.7%)
Interfund Transfers Out              0           0            0           0            0            0       N/A
Total Expenditures and
Interfund Transfers Out       $570,468    $296,389      $80,000    $614,201     $610,000     ($4,201)      (0.7%)


REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES                   ($9,926)   ($14,269)    $572,000   ($118,001)     $42,000    $160,001     (135.6%)
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE           28,483      18,557       4,288        4,288     576,288     572,000    13339.6%

ENDING FUND BALANCE            $18,557      $4,288     $576,288   ($113,713)    $618,288    $732,001    (643.7%)




                                                      284
TIF IV FUND (263)
                                                                                                                    REVENUES

                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

263-0000-401.07-00   TIF Real Estate Tax          555,707      267,798       651,000    495,200    651,000     155,800       31.5%
                       Real Estate Taxes          555,707      267,798       651,000    495,200    651,000     155,800       31.5%

263-0000-461.02-00   Interest on Investments         3,721          1,466       1,000      1,000      1,000           0       0.0%
263-0000-462.10-00   Market Value Adjustments        1,114            820           0          0          0           0       N/A
                        Interest Income              4,835          2,286       1,000      1,000      1,000           0       0.0%

263-0000-489-90-00   Other Income                       0          12,036          0          0          0            0       N/A
                       Other                            0          12,036          0          0          0            0       N/A


                     Total TIF IV Fund            560,542      282,120       652,000    496,200    652,000     155,800       31.4%




TIF IV FUND (263)
                                                                                                              EXPENDITURES

Planning & Community Development                                                                                             4001
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual      Actual         Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10     2010-11        2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

263-4001-571.20-05   Professional Services          50,659         70,391     25,000      54,201     50,000      (4,201)      (7.8%)
                       Contractual Services         50,659         70,391     25,000      54,201     50,000      (4,201)      (7.8%)

263-4001-571.40-41   Discover Arlington                  0              0      5,000      10,000     10,000           0        0.0%
263-4001-571.40-75   Administrative Serv Charge     50,000         50,000     50,000      50,000     50,000           0        0.0%
                       Other Charges                50,000         50,000     55,000      60,000     60,000           0        0.0%

263-4001-571.50-25   Construction in Progress     469,809      175,998             0    500,000    500,000            0        0.0%
                       Capital Outlay             469,809      175,998             0    500,000    500,000            0        0.0%

                     Total Planning               570,468      296,389         80,000   614,201    610,000       (4,201)      (0.7%)

                     Total TIF IV Fund            570,468      296,389         80,000   614,201    610,000       (4,201)      (0.7%)




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                                                                                                 EXPENDITURE DETAIL


PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                                                                    4001

     Account                                                                           Budget             Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description               2011-12            2012-13

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

263-4001-571.20-05 Professional Services      Consultants/Legal                    50,000             50,000
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover      4,201    54,201        0    50,000

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     54,201             50,000

OTHER CHARGES:

263-4001-571.40-41 Discover Arlington         Discover Arlington Heights Program             10,000             10,000

263-4001-571.40-75 Administrative Serv Charge Administrative Serv Charge                     50,000             50,000

                                              TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                            60,000             60,000

CAPITAL OUTLAY:

263-4001-571.50-25 Construction in Progress   Redevelopment (Rebudget)                      500,000            500,000

                                              TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY                          500,000            500,000
                                              TOTAL PLANNING                                614,201            610,000
                                              TOTAL TIF IV FUND                             614,201            610,000




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TIF V FUND                                                                                                 264

► Fund at a Glance
    This fund was established as a result of creating a Tax Increment Financing District which lies east of
    Arlington Heights Road where it is intersected by Rand Road. The Village issued $2.0 million in bonds
    and approved a $2.1 million TIF note to cover part of the up-front costs to redevelop the vacant portions
    of the Town & Country Mall. This redeveloped site will be anchored by Dick’s Sporting Goods, Ashley’s
    Furniture, and a Jo-Ann’s Fabrics Superstore. As a result of proposed new development, the valuation of
    the district will rise, thereby generating more property tax revenues and sales tax revenues. These
    property tax increment revenues will be used to pay off the bond and note.

    Restrictions:

    STATE LAW – The Tax Increment Financing legislation allows for certain improvements to be considered
    eligible. Although the redevelopment efforts may continue, the incremental revenues must support the
    debt service on the bonds.


► Fund Summary
                             2009-10     2010-11      2011-12      2011-12      2012-13         $           %
                             Actual       Actual       Est Act      Budget       Budget      Change       Change

Revenues
   Taxes                    $1,426,902    $604,486     $578,700     $693,700     $578,700    ($115,000)   (16.6%)
   Interest Income              24,422      19,003       12,800       20,000       12,000       (8,000)   (40.0%)
Total Revenues              $1,451,324    $623,489     $591,500     $713,700     $590,700    ($123,000)   (17.2%)
Interfund Transfers In               0           0            0            0            0             0      N/A
Total Revenues and
Interfund Transfers In      $1,451,324    $623,489     $591,500     $713,700     $590,700    ($123,000)   (17.2%)

Expenditures
   Contractual Services        $4,125       $2,225        $200       $34,150      $30,000      ($4,150)   (12.2%)
   Other Charges               56,967       61,536       90,000       90,000       90,000             0      0.0%
   Capital Items                    0            0            0      500,000      500,000             0      0.0%
   Debt Service               408,126            0            0            0            0             0      N/A
Total Expenditures           $469,218      $63,761      $90,200     $624,150     $620,000      ($4,150)    (0.7%)
Interfund Transfers Out       262,800      276,500      294,600      294,600      351,850        57,250     19.4%
Total Expenditures and
Interfund Transfers Out       $732,018    $340,261     $384,800     $918,750     $971,850      $53,100      5.8%


REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES                 $719,306     $283,228     $206,700    ($205,050)   ($381,150)   ($176,100)    85.9%
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE        799,663     1,518,969    1,802,197    1,802,197    2,008,897      206,700    11.5%

ENDING FUND BALANCE         $1,518,969   $1,802,197   $2,008,897   $1,597,147   $1,627,747     $30,600      1.9%




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TIF V FUND (264)
                                                                                                                     REVENUES
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual       Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10      2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

264-0000-401.07-00   TIF Real Estate Tax          1,426,902     604,486      578,700     693,700    578,700    (115,000)     (16.6%)
                       Real Estate Taxes          1,426,902     604,486      578,700     693,700    578,700    (115,000)     (16.6%)

264-0000-461.02-00   Interest on Investments        18,758       13,127        12,800     20,000     12,000      (8,000)     (40.0%)
264-0000-462.10-00   Market Value Adjustments        5,664        5,876             0          0          0           0        N/A
                        Interest Income             24,422       19,003        12,800     20,000     12,000      (8,000)     (40.0%)


                     Total TIF V Fund             1,451,324     623,489      591,500     713,700    590,700    (123,000)     (17.2%)




TIF V FUND (264)
                                                                                                               EXPENDITURES

Planning & Community Development                                                                                             4001
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual       Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10      2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

264-4001-571.20-05   Professional Services           4,125          2,225        200      34,150     30,000      (4,150)     (12.2%)
                       Contractual Services          4,125          2,225        200      34,150     30,000      (4,150)     (12.2%)

264-4001-571.40-41   Discover Arlington              6,967       11,536        40,000     40,000     40,000           0        0.0%
264-4001-571.40-75   Administrative Serv Charge     50,000       50,000        50,000     50,000     50,000           0        0.0%
                       Other Charges                56,967       61,536        90,000     90,000     90,000           0        0.0%

264-4001-571.50-25   Construction in Progress            0             0           0     500,000    500,000           0        0.0%
                       Capital Outlay                    0             0           0     500,000    500,000           0        0.0%

264-4001-571.60-25   TIF Note Principal Payment    388,691             0           0          0          0            0       N/A
264-4001-571.60-30   TIF Note Interest Payment      19,435             0           0          0          0            0       N/A
                       Debt Service                408,126             0           0          0          0            0       N/A

                     Total Planning                469,218       63,761        90,200    624,150    620,000      (4,150)      (0.7%)




Non-Operating                                                                                                                9901
                                                                            Projected
      Account                    Account           Actual       Actual        Actual    Budget     Budget         $            %
      Number                    Description       2009-10      2010-11       2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)    Inc (Dec)

264-9901-591.90-05   Operating Transfer Out        262,800      276,500      294,600     294,600    351,850      57,250       19.4%
                       Other Financing Uses        262,800      276,500      294,600     294,600    351,850      57,250       19.4%

                     Total Non-Operating           262,800      276,500      294,600     294,600    351,850      57,250       19.4%

                     Total TIF V Fund              732,018      340,261      384,800     918,750    971,850      53,100        5.8%




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                                                                                                 EXPENDITURE DETAIL


PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                                                                                    4001

     Account                                                                           Budget             Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description               2011-12            2012-13

CONTRACTUAL SERVICES:

264-4001-571.20-05 Professional Services      Consultants/Legal                    30,000             30,000
                                              Prior Year Encumbrance Carryover      4,150    34,150        0    30,000

                                              TOTAL CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     34,150             30,000

OTHER CHARGES:

264-4001-571.40-41 Discover Arlington         Discover Arlington Heights Program             40,000             40,000

264-4001-571.40-75 Administrative Serv Charge Administrative Service Charge                  50,000             50,000

                                              TOTAL OTHER CHARGES                            90,000             90,000

CAPITAL OUTLAY:

264-4001-571.50-25 Construction in Progress   Redevelopment (Rebudget)                      500,000            500,000

                                              TOTAL OTHER CAPTITAL OUTLAY                   500,000            500,000
                                              TOTAL PLANNING                                624,150            620,000




NON-OPERATING                                                                                                       9901

     Account                                                                           Budget             Budget
     Number               Account Title                      Description               2011-12            2012-13

NON-OPERATING:

264-9901-591.90-05 Operating Transfer Out     Operating Transfer Out
                                               To fund 2005 debt service                    294,600            351,850

                                              TOTAL NON-OPERATING                           294,600            351,850
                                              TOTAL NON-OPERATING                           294,600            351,850
                                              TOTAL TIF V FUND                              918,750            971,850




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DEBT SERVICE FUND
                                                                                          ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE




                                                  Outstanding
                                                    Bonds




                        Self-                                                             Tax
                     Supporting                                                        Supported




                                  General                       General                              Flood
   TIF                                                          Purpose                             Control
                                  Purpose



          2003A                          2010                           2003B                             2009A
   Refunding of 1997A              Refunding of 2002A             Refunding of 1997B                 Refunding of 2001
     (TIF III Portion)             (NWCDS Building)                 (Senior Center)                  (Flood Control V)
     Fund 301-9541                   Fund 301-9550                  Fund 301-9542                     Fund 301-9548




         2005                                                            2004
         TIF V                                                     Public Buildings
     Fund 301-9545                                                  Fund 301-9544




                                                                         2006
                                                                   Public Buildings
                                                                    Fund 301-9546




                                                                        2006A
                                                                     Refunding of
                                                                    1997C & 1998A
                                                                    Fund 301-9547




                                                                         2009B
                                                                  Street Resurfacing
                                                                    Fund 301-9549




                                                                        2011
                                                                 Refunding (Partial) of
                                                                 2004 Public Buildings
                                                                    Fund 301-9551




                                                                        2012A
                                                                 Refunding (Partial) of
                                                                 2004 Public Buildings
                                                                    Fund 301-9552




                                                        290
DEBT SERVICE FUND                                                                                           301

► Fund at a Glance
   The Debt Service Fund accounts for the costs for the payment of the principal and interest on all outstanding
   Village debt. Enterprise fund debt service, if any, is shown in the Water & Sewer Fund.

   The Village is a “home rule” community and is presently not subject to debt limitations. Currently, all
   outstanding Village debt is general obligation bond debt, meaning that it is backed by the full faith and credit
   (and taxing power) of the Village. There are no revenue bonds which are considered outstanding for
   financial reporting purposes. The Village has used general obligation (GO) bonds exclusively in recent years
   because of the more favorable interest rates offered on GO bonds and thus, lower cost.

   A portion of Arlington Heights' debt is self-supporting; that is, it is paid for by sources other than a direct levy
   of property taxes. As of April 30, 2011, the Village had a total of $59,185,000 in outstanding bonds. Of that
   amount, $5,925,000 (10%) was self-supported.

   The following is a table of outstanding debt, the debt per capita and debt as a percent of property values as
   of April 30, 2012.

                                     OUTSTANDING DEBT AS OF 4/30/12
                                                                           $Per        % of Value of
                                                       $ Outstanding      Capita      Taxable Property
           General Property Tax Supported               $48,445,000        $645           0.43%
           Self-Supported                                 5,285,000       _ 70            0.05%
                   Total                                $53,730,000        $715           0.48%

   Note: Self-supported debt is debt for which property taxes are typically abated. The debt service is paid from
   other sources. The estimated 2011 market value of all taxable property in the Village is $11.2 billion
   (equalized assessed value of $3.4 billion). The population is 75,101 based on the 2010 census.

   A considerable amount of the property taxes for debt service has been abated (reduced from the original
   property tax levy amount). It is the intent of the Village to continue to abate property taxes on the following
   bond issues:

   2003A Refunding of 1997A – The 1997A capital project bonds were partially refunded. In calendar year
   2010, 100% of the debt service will be abated with revenue from TIF III.
   2003B Refunding of 1997B – The 1997B senior center bonds were partially refunded. In Calendar year
   2010, 40% of the debt service will be abated with revenue from another source.
   2005 TIF V – Developer incentive bonds for the Town & Country retail development project. 100% of the
   debt service will be paid from TIF revenue.
   2010 Refunding of 2002A NWCDS Building – The 2002A bonds to renovate and expand the existing
   NWCDS Building were refunded. 100% of the debt service will be paid by Northwest Central Dispatch
   Services agency.
   In total, the Village will abate $1,035,431.26 in property taxes in calendar 2012.

   The Village budgets for debt service by setting up a separate operation for each bond issue in the Debt
   Service Fund. This is done for efficiency and analysis purposes.




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► Fund Summary

                             2009-10       2010-11       2011-12       2011-12       2012-13           $             %
                              Actual        Actual        Est Act       Budget       Budget        Change         Change

Revenues
  Taxes                      $7,175,004     7,087,474     7,583,900     7,583,900    6,716,144      ($867,756)     (11.4%)
  Interest Income                64,327        34,766        24,000        40,000       24,000        (16,000)     (40.0%)
  Bond Proceeds               8,485,632     2,889,909    19,990,279    19,990,279            0    (19,990,279)    (100.0%)
Total Revenues              $15,724,963   $10,012,149   $27,598,179   $27,614,179   $6,740,144   ($20,874,035)     (75.6%)
  Interfund Transfers In        960,400       978,100       973,700       973,700    1,035,500          61,800        6.3%
Total Revenues and
 Interfund Transfers In     $16,685,363   $10,990,249   $28,571,879   $28,587,879   $7,775,644   ($20,812,235)     (72.8%)

Expenditures
  2001 Bond Principal           960,000             0             0             0            0                0       N/A
  2001 Interest Expense         413,462             0             0             0            0                0       N/A
  2002A Bond Principal          160,000       165,000             0             0            0                0       N/A
  2002A Interest Expense        131,007        65,751             0             0            0                0       N/A
  2003A Bond Principal          190,000       200,000       205,000       205,000      215,000          10,000         4.9%
  2003A Interest Expense         66,612        60,913        54,163        54,163       46,731          (7,432)    (13.7%)
  2003B Bond Principal          285,000       295,000       305,000       305,000      325,000          20,000         6.6%
  2003B Interest Expense         92,355        83,806        73,850        73,850       62,794        (11,056)     (15.0%)
  2004 Bond Principal           100,000       100,000       100,000       100,000      100,000                0        0.0%
  2004 Interest Expense         936,975       933,725       697,351       697,351        8,000       (689,351)     (98.9%)
  2005 Interest Expense         190,000       210,000       235,000       235,000      300,000          65,000       27.7%
  2005 Interest Expense          72,793        66,522        59,593        59,593       51,838          (7,755)    (13.0%)
  2006 Bond Principal           900,000     1,000,000     1,000,000     1,000,000    1,400,000         400,000       40.0%
  2006 Interest Expense         748,000       712,000       672,000       672,000      632,000        (40,000)       (6.0%)
  2006A Bond Principal        2,660,000     2,645,000     2,640,000     2,640,000    1,590,000     (1,050,000)     (39.8%)
  2006A Interest Expense        455,800       349,400       243,600       243,600      138,000       (105,600)     (43.3%)
  2009A Bond Principal                0       620,000     1,175,000     1,175,000    1,140,000        (35,000)       (3.0%)
  2009A Interest Expense              0       231,713       175,900       175,900      152,400        (23,500)     (13.4%)
  2009B Bond Principal                0       315,000       380,000       380,000      410,000          30,000         7.9%
  2009B Interest Expense              0        59,500        38,325        38,325       30,725          (7,600)    (19.8%)
  2010 Bond Principal                 0        20,000       200,000       200,000      205,000            5,000        2.5%
  2010 Interest Expense               0        13,447        69,863        69,863       66,863          (3,000)      (4.3%)
  2011 Bond Principal                 0             0       120,000       120,000       40,000        (80,000)     (66.7%)
  2011 Interest Expense               0             0       111,771       111,771      384,500         272,729      244.0%
  2012A Bond Principal                0             0             0             0      110,000         110,000        N/A
  2012A Interest Expense              0             0             0             0      161,167         161,167        N/A
  Agent Fees                      2,677         3,319         3,450         3,881        4,482              601      15.5%
  Bond Issuance Costs            50,878        36,426       148,345       148,345            0       (148,345)    (100.0%)
  Payment to Escrow Agent     8,426,288     2,849,266    19,810,106    19,810,106            0    (19,810,106)    (100.0%)
Total Expenditures          $16,841,847   $11,035,788   $28,518,317   $28,518,748   $7,574,500   ($20,944,248)     (73.4%)
  Interfund Transfers Out             0             0             0             0            0                0       N/A
Total Expenditures and
 Interfund Transfers Out    $16,841,847   $11,035,788   $28,518,317   $28,518,748   $7,574,500   ($20,944,248)     (73.4%)

REVENUES OVER (UNDER)
EXPENDITURES                 ($156,484)     ($45,539)       $53,562       $69,131    $201,144        $132,013      191.0%
BEGINNING FUND BALANCE        1,946,327     1,789,843     1,744,304     1,744,304    1,797,866         53,562        3.1%

ENDING FUND BALANCE          $1,789,843    $1,744,304    $1,797,866    $1,813,435   $1,999,010       $185,575       10.2%




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                                                                                                                                REVENUES

                                                                              Projected
      Account                   Account             Actual       Actual         Actual      Budget        Budget            $               %
      Number                   Description         2009-10      2010-11        2011-12      2011-12       2012-13       Inc (Dec)       Inc (Dec)

301-0000-401.05-00   Real Estate Tax               7,175,004    7,087,474      7,583,900    7,583,900     6,716,144       (867,756)       (11.4%)
                       Real Estate Taxes           7,175,004    7,087,474      7,583,900    7,583,900     6,716,144       (867,756)       (11.4%)

301-0000-461.02-00   Interest on Investments         47,295       20,224         24,000       40,000        24,000          (16,000)      (40.0%)
301-0000-462.10-00   Market Value Adjustments        17,032       14,542              0            0             0                0         N/A
                        Interest Income              64,327       34,766         24,000       40,000        24,000          (16,000)      (40.0%)

301-0000-491.05-00   Operating Transfer In           960,400      978,100        973,700      973,700     1,035,500          61,800         6.3%
301-0000-491.15-00   Bond Proceeds                 8,380,000    2,855,000     19,595,000   19,595,000             0     (19,595,000)     (100.0%)
301-0000-491.16-00   Bond Premium Proceeds           105,632       34,909        395,279      395,279             0        (395,279)     (100.0%)
                       Other Financing Sources     9,446,032    3,868,009     20,963,979   20,963,979     1,035,500     (19,928,479)      (95.1%)


                     Total Debt Service Fund      16,685,363   10,990,249     28,571,879   28,587,879     7,775,644     (20,812,235)      (72.8%)




DEBT SERVICE FUND (301)
                                                                                                                          EXPENDITURES

Refunding 2001 (Refunding of 1993 Flood Control V)                                                                                        9537
                                                                              Projected
      Account                   Account             Actual       Actual         Actual      Budget        Budget            $               %
      Number                   Description         2009-10      2010-11        2011-12      2011-12       2012-13       Inc (Dec)       Inc (Dec)

301-9537-581.60-05   Bond Principal                  960,000              0           0               0             0               0      N/A
301-9537-582.60-15   Interest Expense                413,462              0           0               0             0               0      N/A
301-9537-582.60-20   Agent Fees                          214              0           0               0             0               0      N/A
                        Debt Service               1,373,676              0           0               0             0               0      N/A
                                                                                                                                           N/A
                     Total Refunding 2001          1,373,676              0           0               0             0               0      N/A




NWCDS Building 2002A                                                                                                                      9538
                                                                              Projected
      Account                   Account             Actual       Actual         Actual      Budget        Budget            $               %
      Number                   Description         2009-10      2010-11        2011-12      2011-12       2012-13       Inc (Dec)       Inc (Dec)

301-9538-581.60-05   Bond Principal                 160,000      165,000              0               0             0               0      N/A
301-9538-582.60-15   Interest Expense               131,007       65,751              0               0             0               0      N/A
301-9538-582.60-20   Agent Fees                         214          214              0               0             0               0      N/A
                        Debt Services               291,221      230,965              0               0             0               0      N/A

                     Total NWCDS Building 2002A     291,221      230,965              0               0             0               0      N/A




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                                                                                                              EXPENDITURES

Refunding 2003A (Refunding of 1997A TIF III Portion)                                                                         9541
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account             Actual      Actual       Actual    Budget     Budget         $             %
      Number                   Description         2009-10     2010-11      2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)     Inc (Dec)

301-9541-581.60-05   Bond Principal                 190,000     200,000      205,000    205,000    215,000      10,000         4.9%
301-9541-582.60-15   Interest Expense                66,612      60,913       54,163     54,163     46,731      (7,432)      (13.7%)
301-9541-582.60-20   Agent Fees                         749         375          375        737        369        (368)      (49.9%)
                        Debt Service                257,361     261,288      259,538    259,900    262,100       2,200         0.8%

                     Total Refunding 2003A          257,361     261,288      259,538    259,900    262,100        2,200        0.8%




Refunding 2003B (Refunding of 1997B Senior Center Portion)                                                                   9542
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account             Actual      Actual       Actual    Budget     Budget         $             %
      Number                   Description         2009-10     2010-11      2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)     Inc (Dec)

301-9542-581.60-05   Bond Principal                 285,000     295,000      305,000    305,000    325,000       20,000        6.6%
301-9542-582.60-15   Interest Expense                92,355      83,806       73,850     73,850     62,794      (11,056)     (15.0%)
301-9542-582.60-20   Agent Fees                           0         375          375        450        406          (44)      (9.8%)
                        Debt Service                377,355     379,181      379,225    379,300    388,200        8,900        2.3%

                     Total Refunding 2003B          377,355     379,181      379,225    379,300    388,200        8,900        2.3%




Public Buildings 2004                                                                                                        9544
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account             Actual      Actual       Actual    Budget     Budget         $             %
      Number                   Description         2009-10     2010-11      2011-12    2011-12    2012-13    Inc (Dec)     Inc (Dec)

301-9544-581.60-05   Bond Principal                  100,000     100,000     100,000    100,000    100,000           0         0.0%
301-9544-582.60-15   Interest Expense                936,975     933,725     697,351    697,351      8,000    (689,351)      (98.9%)
301-9544-582.60-20   Agent Fees                          375         375         375        375        300         (75)      (20.0%)
                        Debt Service               1,037,350   1,034,100     797,726    797,726    108,300    (689,426)      (86.4%)

                     Total Public Buildings 2004   1,037,350   1,034,100     797,726    797,726    108,300     (689,426)     (86.4%)




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TIF V 2005                                                                                                                     9545
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account             Actual      Actual       Actual    Budget      Budget          $             %
      Number                   Description         2009-10     2010-11      2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)     Inc (Dec)

301-9545-581.60-05   Bond Principal                 190,000     210,000      235,000    235,000     300,000       65,000        27.7%
301-9545-582.60-15   Interest Expense                72,793      66,522       59,593     59,593      51,838       (7,755)      (13.0%)
301-9545-582.60-20   Agent Fees                         375         375          375        407         362          (45)      (11.1%)
                        Debt Service                263,168     276,897      294,968    295,000     352,200       57,200        19.4%

                     Total TIF V 2005               263,168     276,897      294,968    295,000     352,200       57,200       19.4%




Public Buildings 2006                                                                                                          9546
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account             Actual      Actual       Actual    Budget      Budget          $             %
      Number                   Description         2009-10     2010-11      2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)     Inc (Dec)

301-9546-581.60-05   Bond Principal                  900,000   1,000,000   1,000,000   1,000,000   1,400,000     400,000       40.0%
301-9546-582.60-15   Interest Expense                748,000     712,000     672,000     672,000     632,000     (40,000)      (6.0%)
301-9546-582.60-20   Agent Fees                          375         749         375         400         400           0        0.0%
                        Debt Service               1,648,375   1,712,749   1,672,375   1,672,400   2,032,400     360,000       21.5%

                     Total Public Buildings 2006   1,648,375   1,712,749   1,672,375   1,672,400   2,032,400     360,000       21.5%




Refunding 2006A (Refunding of 1997C Refunding and 1998A Fire Station)                                                          9547
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account             Actual      Actual       Actual    Budget      Budget          $             %
      Number                   Description         2009-10     2010-11      2011-12    2011-12     2012-13     Inc (Dec)     Inc (Dec)

301-9547-581.60-05   Bond Principal                2,660,000   2,645,000   2,640,000   2,640,000   1,590,000   (1,050,000)     (39.8%)
301-9547-582.60-15   Interest Expense                455,800     349,400     243,600     243,600     138,000     (105,600)     (43.3%)
301-9547-582.60-20   Agent Fees                          375           0         375         400         400            0        0.0%
                        Debt Service               3,116,175   2,994,400   2,883,975   2,884,000   1,728,400   (1,155,600)     (40.1%)

                     Total Refunding 2006A         3,116,175   2,994,400   2,883,975   2,884,000   1,728,400   (1,155,600)     (40.1%)




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DEBT SERVICE FUND (301)
                                                                                                                    EXPENDITURES

Refunding 2009A (Refunding of 2001 Refunding)                                                                                        9548
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account         Actual        Actual         Actual    Budget        Budget            $               %
      Number                   Description     2009-10       2010-11        2011-12    2011-12       2012-13       Inc (Dec)       Inc (Dec)

301-9548-581.60-05   Bond Principal                      0    620,000      1,175,000   1,175,000     1,140,000        (35,000)        (3.0%)
301-9548-582.60-15   Interest Expense                    0    231,713        175,900     175,900       152,400        (23,500)       (13.4%)
301-9548-582.60-20   Agent Fees                          0        428            400         400           500            100         25.0%
                        Debt Service                     0    852,141      1,351,300   1,351,300     1,292,900        (58,400)        (4.3%)

301-9548-583.20-06   Bond Issuance Costs         50,878                0           0             0             0               0      N/A
                       Contractual Services      50,878                0           0             0             0               0      N/A

301-9548-583.90-98   Payment to Escrow Agent   8,426,288               0           0             0             0               0      N/A
                       Other Financing Uses    8,426,288               0           0             0             0               0      N/A

                     Total Refunding 2009A     8,477,166      852,141      1,351,300   1,351,300     1,292,900        (58,400)        (4.3%)




Street Resurfacing 2009B                                                                                                             9549
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account         Actual        Actual         Actual    Budget        Budget            $               %
      Number                   Description     2009-10       2010-11        2011-12    2011-12       2012-13       Inc (Dec)       Inc (Dec)

301-9549-581.60-05   Bond Principal                      0    315,000        380,000    380,000       410,000         30,000           7.9%
301-9549-582.60-15   Interest Expense                    0     59,500         38,325     38,325        30,725         (7,600)        (19.8%)
301-9549-582.60-20   Agent Fees                          0        428            400        375           475            100          26.7%
                        Debt Service                     0    374,928        418,725    418,700       441,200         22,500           5.4%

                     Total Refunding 2009B               0    374,928        418,725    418,700       441,200         22,500           5.4%




Refunding 2010 (Refunding of NWCDS Building 2002)                                                                                    9550
                                                                           Projected
      Account                   Account         Actual        Actual         Actual    Budget        Budget            $               %
      Number                   Description     2009-10       2010-11        2011-12    2011-12       2012-13       Inc (Dec)       Inc (Dec)

301-9550-581.60-05   Bond Principal                      0     20,000        200,000    200,000       205,000           5,000         2.5%
301-9550-582.60-15   Interest Expense                    0     13,447         69,863     69,863        66,863          (3,000)       (4.3%)
301-9550-582.60-20   Agent Fees                          0          0            400        337           437             100        29.7%
                        Debt Service                     0     33,447        270,263    270,200       272,300           2,100         0.8%

301-9550-583.20-06   Bond Issuance Costs                 0     36,426              0             0             0               0      N/A
                       Contractual Services              0     36,426              0             0             0               0      N/A

301-9550-583.90-98   Payment to Escrow Agent             0   2,849,266             0             0             0               0      N/A
                       Other Financing Uses              0   2,849,266             0             0             0               0      N/A

                     Total Refunding 2010                0   2,919,139       270,263    270,200       272,300           2,100          0.8%




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                                                                                                                         EXPENDITURES

Refunding 2011 (Partial Refunding of Public Buildings 2004)                                                                             9551
                                                                             Projected
      Account                   Account          Actual         Actual         Actual      Budget        Budget            $              %
      Number                   Description      2009-10        2010-11        2011-12      2011-12       2012-13       Inc (Dec)      Inc (Dec)

301-9551-581.60-05   Bond Principal                       0              0     120,000      120,000        40,000         (80,000)     (66.7%)
301-9551-582.60-15   Interest Expense                     0              0     111,771      111,771       384,500         272,729      244.0%
301-9551-582.60-20   Agent Fees                           0              0           0            0           400             400        N/A
                        Debt Service                      0              0     231,771      231,771       424,900         193,129       83.3%

301-9551-583.20-06   Bond Issuance Costs                  0              0      74,311       74,311                0       (74,311)    (100.0%)
                       Contractual Services               0              0      74,311       74,311                0       (74,311)    (100.0%)

301-9551-583.90-98   Payment to Escrow Agent              0              0    9,988,779    9,988,779               0    (9,988,779)    (100.0%)
                       Other Financing Uses               0              0    9,988,779    9,988,779               0    (9,988,779)    (100.0%)

                     Total Refunding 2011                 0              0   10,294,861   10,294,861      424,900       (9,869,961)     (95.9%)




Refunding 2012A (Partial Refunding of Public Buildings 2004)                                                                            9552
                                                                             Projected
      Account                   Account          Actual         Actual         Actual      Budget        Budget            $              %
      Number                   Description      2009-10        2010-11        2011-12      2011-12       2012-13       Inc (Dec)      Inc (Dec)

301-9552-581.60-05   Bond Principal                       0              0           0               0    110,000         110,000        N/A
301-9552-582.60-15   Interest Expense                     0              0           0               0    161,167         161,167        N/A
301-9552-582.60-20   Agent Fees                           0              0           0               0        433             433        N/A
                        Debt Service                      0              0           0               0    271,600         271,600        N/A

301-9552-583.20-06   Bond Issuance Costs                  0              0      74,034       74,034                0       (74,034)    (100.0%)
                       Contractual Services               0              0      74,034       74,034                0       (74,034)    (100.0%)

301-9552-583.90-98   Payment to Escrow Agent              0              0    9,821,327    9,821,327               0    (9,821,327)    (100.0%)
                       Other Financing Uses               0              0    9,821,327    9,821,327               0    (9,821,327)    (100.0%)

                     Total Refunding 2012A                0              0    9,895,361    9,895,361      271,600       (9,623,761)     (97.3%)

                     Total Debt Service Fund   16,841,847     11,035,788     28,518,317   28,518,748     7,574,500     (20,944,248)     (73.4%)




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SUMMARY OF DEBT SERVICE

                                                     SUMMARY OF ANNUAL DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS                                                  SUMMARY OF OUTSTANDING
        As of 4/30                                                                                                                                  DEBT (PRINCIPAL)
Tax Levy Calendar Fiscal   -----------------Tax Supported-----------------   -----------------Self Supported-----------------   GRAND          Tax        Self
  Year     Year    Year    PRINCIPAL INTEREST                TOTAL            PRINCIPAL INTEREST                TOTAL           TOTAL        Supported Supported     Total

 2011      2012    2013     5,115,000       1,569,585         6,684,585          720,000          165,431         885,431        7,570,017   48,445,000   5,285,000   53,730,000
 2012      2013    2014     5,370,000       1,431,625         6,801,625          790,000          143,975         933,975        7,735,600   43,330,000   4,565,000   47,895,000
 2013      2014    2015     5,590,000       1,272,700         6,862,700          850,000          119,675         969,675        7,832,