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					   ANOKA COUNTY


                   2010-2014

             Capital
          Improvements
              Plan




          Anoka County Board of Commissioners
               Anoka County, Minnesota
Prepared by Finance & Central Services Division of Anoka County, Minnesota
                     Cevin Petersen, Division Manager
                                    Anoka County
                                      2010 - 2014
                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

                                          Table of Contents
                                                                                                  Page
Introduction
   County Board Certified Motion: Adoption and Submittal of the 2010- 2014 Anoka County Capital    1
       Improvement Plan
   Plan Summary Indicating for a Five Year Period the Estimated Schedule, Timing, and              2
       Estimated Cost of Each Project
   Plan Summary Indicating the Proposed Sources of Revenue to Pay for Each Improvement             4

Building & Equipment
   Five Year Plan Summary                                                                           5
   Rum River HSC -Auditorium                                                                        7
   Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg                                                                            11
   Government Center Carpet Replacement                                                            17
   Government Center Roof Replacement                                                              20
   Life Safety, Security & Water/Sewer Systems                                                     25
   West Courthouse Sprinkler System                                                                28
   Rum River Human Service Cnt. Tuck Pointing                                                      34
   Secure Prisioner Skyway                                                                         40
   Elevator Upgrades                                                                               47
   RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade                                                    57
   Anoka County Law Enforcement Range Renovation                                                   66
   Fairgrounds Roof Replacement                                                                    69
   IS Server Room Mechanical Upgrades                                                              73
   Government Center HVAC and Jail DDC Upgrades                                                    75
   Parking Ramp Restoration                                                                        79
   Security Enhancements Phase II                                                                  85

Library
   Five Year Plan Summary                                                                          88
   East Anoka County Library                                                                       89
   Northtown Roof Section Replacement                                                              95
   Energy Management Impr. Library                                                                 99

Road & Bridge
   Five Year Plan Summary                                                                         103
   CSAH 78 (Hanson Blvd) Rail Grade Separation                                                    105
   Northerly Bypass I-35W/I-35E                                                                   108
   TH 10 Interchanges - City of Ramsey                                                            111
   Southeast Vehicle & Salt Facility                                                              115
   CSAH 14 (Main Street) - Crane St. to Ulysses St.                                               119
   CSAH 52/116, Main St. to TH 65                                                                 122
   CASH 14 (Main Street) Turnback - Thrush to Crane                                               125
   CSAH 17 (Lexington), Main to Bunker                                                            128
   TH 10 Interchange - Thurston/Fairoak                                                           131
   CSAH 116 (Bunker), Sunfish to Thurston                                                         135
   CSAH 116 (Bunker), 7th Ave to 38th Ave                                                         138
                                     Anoka County
                                       2010 - 2014
                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

                                         Table of Contents
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   Bridge Replacement                                                                          142
   Pavement Rehabilitation                                                                     146
   TH 10 Interchanges at CSAH 83                                                               148
   Striper Truck Replacement                                                                   152
   Building Reconfiguration - Phase I                                                          157

Information Management
   Five Year Plan Summary                                                                      159
   Public Health Information Management System                                                 161
   Human Services Enterprise Mgmt. Sys.                                                        166
   Property Tax Star System Enhancements                                                       171
   Criminal Justice Integration HUB Project                                                    175
   Wide-Area Network Impr. And Disaster Recovery                                               180
   Human Services Imaging                                                                      185
   Voting Equipment Replacement                                                                190
   Help Desk Software                                                                          194
   Income Maintenance Automation Project                                                       198
   Financial Systems Enhancement and Upgrade                                                   202
   Computer - Aided - Dispatch Upgrade                                                         206
   800 MHz Channel Addition                                                                    210
   Electronic Poll Books                                                                       214
   Network Switch Replacement                                                                  217
   SharePoint Project                                                                          220

Parks & Recreation
   Five Year Plan Summary                                                                      224
   Bunker Beach Improvements                                                                   225
   Bunker Hills Campground Expansion                                                           235
   Coon Lake County Park Acquisition and Development                                           241
   Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement                                                     245

Supplemental Information
   Table 1 Computation of Direct, Overlapping & Underlying Long-Term Debt                      254
   Table 2 Summary of County Indebtedness                                                      255
   Table 3 Summary of Annual Requirements to Retire Bonded Debt Outstanding                    256
   Table 4 Debt Service Levies for CIP Bonds                                                   257
   Table 5 Summary of Annual Requirements to Retire Levy-Supported CIP Bonds                   257
   Table 6 Computation of Legal Debt Margin                                                    258
   Table 7 Ratio of Net Bonded Debt to Extimated Market Value and Net Bonded Debt per Capita   259
   Table 8 Ratio of Outstanding Debt to Personal Income and Debt per Capita                    260
   Table 9 Property Tax Levies & Collections                                                   261
   Table 10 Property Taxs - Direct and Overlapping Governments                                 262
   Table 11 Estimated Market Value, Taxable Market Value and Net Tax Capacity                  263
   Table 12 Demographic and Economic Statistics                                                264
   Affidavit of Publication                                                                    265
Anoka County                                                                                                                                                               AMENDED
                                                                                                                                                                          26-Jan-2010
2010   2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                                                                Exhibit 3- 1

                                                Summary of Project Costs: Total Uses of Funds
                                                                                   2010              2011             2012             2013             2014               TOTAL
                                                                Ref.No.            CIB               CIP              CIP              CIP              CIP                 CIP

             BUILDING & EQUIPMENT

   Rum River HSC - Auditorium                                   2003-03                 $0                   $0           $0         $607,500        $1,050,000           $1,657,500
   Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg                                         2004-03                 $0                   $0     $780,600                $0                 $0          $780,600
   Government Center Carpet Replacement                         2006-01                 $0         $147,681         $135,487         $100,000          $100,000            $483,168
   Government Center Roof Replacement                           2006-02                 $0                   $0     $305,618                $0                 $0          $305,618
   Life Safety, Security & Water/Sewer Systems                  2006-05                 $0         $250,000        $1,915,406               $0                 $0         $2,165,406
   West Court House Sprinkler System                            2008-01                 $0                   $0     $459,000                $0                 $0          $459,000
   Rum River Human Service Cnt. Tuck Pointing                   2008-04                 $0                   $0           $0                $0                 $0                  $0
   Secure Prisoner Skyway                                       2008-05                 $0                   $0           $0       $2,249,728                  $0         $2,249,728
   Elevator Upgrades                                            2008-08         $450,000           $450,000         $450,000         $450,000          $450,000           $2,250,000
   RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade                 2009-07                 $0       $1,233,000               $0                $0                 $0         $1,233,000
   Anoka County Law Enforcement Range Renovation                2010-03                 $0         $300,000         $780,000                $0                 $0         $1,080,000
   Fairgrounds Roof Replacement                                 2010-06         $152,800                     $0           $0                $0                 $0          $152,800
   I.S. Server Room Mechanical Upgrades                         2010-07         $328,000           $400,000               $0                $0                 $0          $728,000
   Government Center HVAC & Jail DDC Upgrades                   2010-08         $121,482                     $0           $0                $0                 $0          $121,482
   Parking Ramp Restoration                                     2010-09         $197,148                     $0           $0                $0                 $0          $197,148
   Security Enhancements Phase ll                               2010-10                 $0         $357,000               $0                $0                 $0          $357,000

                                                                              $1,249,430         $3,137,681        $4,826,111      $3,407,228        $1,600,000          $14,220,450

                        LIBRARY

( 1) East Anoka County Library                                  2005-04                 $0                   $0    $5,365,000      $4,317,850                  $0         $9,682,850
   Northtown Roof Section Replacement                           2007-20         $265,000                     $0           $0                $0                 $0          $265,000
   Energy Management Impr. Library                              2009-14         $706,461                     $0           $0                $0                 $0          $706,461

                                                                                $971,461                     $0    $5,365,000      $4,317,850                  $0        $10,654,311

                   ROAD & BRIDGE

( 2) CSAH 78 (Hanson Blvd) Rail Grade Separation                1996-08           $50,000                    $0     $830,000       $2,300,000        $7,550,000          $10,730,000
( 2) Northerly Bypass I-35W/I-35E                               2003-10                 $0         $600,000        $1,000,000      $1,000,000        $1,000,000           $3,600,000
( 2) TH 10 Interchanges - City of Ramsey                        2005-07                 $0                   $0    $1,500,000     $30,000,000       $30,000,000          $61,500,000
   Southeast Vehicle & Salt Facility                            2006-06                 $0         $250,000         $150,000       $1,255,000                  $0         $1,655,000
( 2) CSAH 14 (Main Street)-Crane St. to Ulysses St.             2007-30       $2,100,000        $12,350,000        $3,830,000     $12,200,000        $8,100,000          $38,580,000
( 2) CSAH 52/116, Main St. to TH 65                             2007-32       $6,830,000                     $0           $0                $0                 $0         $6,830,000
( 3) CSAH 14 (Main Street) Turnback - Thrush to Crane           2007-33      $11,880,000                     $0           $0                $0                 $0        $11,880,000
( 2) CSAH 17 (Lexington), Main to Bunker                        2007-34                 $0       $1,200,000       $11,600,000               $0                 $0        $12,800,000
( 2) TH 10 Interchange - Thurston/Fairoak                       2007-35                 $0                   $0    $9,000,000     $24,000,000       $91,000,000       $124,000,000
( 2) CSAH 116 (Bunker), Sunfish to Thurston                     2007-36         $350,000         $7,800,000               $0                $0                 $0         $8,150,000
   CSAH 116 (Bunker), 7th Ave to 38th Ave                       2009-02         $500,000                     $0     $200,000       $5,255,000                  $0         $5,955,000
( 2) Bridge Replacements                                        2009-03       $1,250,000         $1,250,000        $1,250,000      $1,000,000                  $0         $4,750,000
   Pavement Rehabilitation                                      2009-12       $1,000,000                     $0           $0                $0                 $0         $1,000,000
   TH 10 Interchange at CSAH 83                                 2010-04                 $0                   $0    $2,000,000     $20,000,000       $30,000,000          $52,000,000
   Striper Truck Replacement                                    2010-05         $450,000                     $0           $0                $0                 $0          $450,000
   Building Reconfiguration-Phase 1                             2010-14         $500,000                     $0           $0                $0                 $0          $500,000
   Highway Facility Expansion                                   2010-25         $500,000         $1,500,000        $5,000,000               $0                 $0         $7,000,000

                                                                             $25,410,000        $24,950,000       $36,360,000     $97,010,000      $167,650,000       $351,380,000




   ( 1) Cty Bd is in charge of const.and expansion with Lib. Brd (LB)advice and turn it over to the (LB) upon completion. Cty policy makers, ie.,the Fin. & Cap. Impr.
      Comm.members and 1 or 2 LB members would provide oversite prior to and during construction.
   ( 2) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)
   ( 3) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and Municipality). In addition, the State agrees to study assuming jurisdiction of CSAH 22
      (Viking Blvd)
   ( 4) Contingent upon the availability of adequate Retained Earnings
   ( 5) Contingent upon a single Oracle organization solution




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Anoka County                                                                                                                                                               AMENDED
                                                                                                                                                                          26-Jan-2010
2010   2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                                                                Exhibit 3- 2

                                                Summary of Project Costs: Total Uses of Funds
                                                                                   2010              2011             2012             2013             2014               TOTAL
                                                                Ref.No.            CIB               CIP              CIP              CIP              CIP                 CIP

          INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

   Public Health Information Management System                  2002-05                 $0         $550,000         $500,000                $0                 $0         $1,050,000
( 5) Human Services Enterprise Mgmt. Sys.                       2002-07         $800,000           $658,924                $0               $0                 $0         $1,458,924
   Property Tax Star System Enhancement                         2005-10         $150,000           $150,000                $0        $500,000                  $0          $800,000
   Criminal Justice Integration HUB Project                     2006-07         $300,000                     $0            $0               $0                 $0          $300,000
   Wide-Area Network Impr. And Disaster Recovery                2006-08         $412,000           $435,000         $580,000         $205,000                  $0         $1,632,000
   Human Services Imaging                                       2006-09         $350,000           $350,000         $300,000                $0                 $0         $1,000,000
   Voting Equipment Replacement                                 2008-03       $1,300,000                     $0            $0               $0                 $0         $1,300,000
   Help Desk Software                                           2009-05                 $0         $186,000                $0               $0                 $0          $186,000
   Income Maintenance Automation Project                        2009-08         $575,000           $400,000                $0               $0                 $0          $975,000
   Financial System Enhancement and Upgrade                     2009-12         $131,000                     $0     $150,000         $140,000                  $0          $421,000
   Computer - Aided- Dispatch Upgrade                           2010-01         $626,928                     $0            $0               $0                 $0          $626,928
( 2) 800 MHz Channel Addition                                   2010-02         $375,000                     $0            $0               $0                 $0          $375,000
   Electronic Poll Books                                        2010-11                 $0                   $0            $0      $1,260,000                  $0         $1,260,000
   Network Switch Replacement                                   2010-12                 $0         $210,000         $175,000         $168,000          $351,000            $904,000
   SharePoint Project                                           2010-13                 $0         $162,000           $86,000               $0                 $0          $248,000

                                                                              $5,019,928         $3,101,924        $1,791,000      $2,273,000          $351,000          $12,536,852

              PARKS & RECREATION

   Bunker Hills Campground Expansion                            2005-13         $450,000                     $0            $0               $0                 $0          $450,000
   Coon Lake County Park Acquisition and Development            2007-50                 $0                   $0     $750,000         $240,000                  $0          $990,000
   Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement                      2009-01         $395,000           $365,000         $265,000         $100,000                  $0         $1,125,000

                                                                                $845,000           $365,000        $1,015,000        $340,000                  $0         $2,565,000

                                                                             $33,495,819       $31,554,605        $49,357,111   $107,348,078       $169,601,000      $391,356,613




   ( 1) Cty Bd is in charge of const.and expansion with Lib. Brd (LB)advice and turn it over to the (LB) upon completion. Cty policy makers, ie.,the Fin. & Cap. Impr.
      Comm.members and 1 or 2 LB members would provide oversite prior to and during construction.
   ( 2) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)
   ( 3) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and Municipality). In addition, the State agrees to study assuming jurisdiction of CSAH 22
      (Viking Blvd)
   ( 4) Contingent upon the availability of adequate Retained Earnings
   ( 5) Contingent upon a single Oracle organization solution




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Anoka      County                                                                                                                               AMENDED
                                                                                                                                               27-Jan-2010
2010 - 2014            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                          Exhibit 3-3

                                       Summary of Project Funding: Total Sources of Funds
                                                                   2010         2011          2012            2013            2014              TOTAL
                                                                   CIB          CIP           CIP             CIP             CIP                CIP
                         FEDERAL
  Federal Grant                                                  $150,000            $0              $0              $0              $0         $150,000
  Federal (Road & Bridge)                                      $12,230,000    $3,880,000   $14,112,000     $41,204,000     $81,100,000    $152,526,000
  Federal (Human Services)                                       $532,639      $521,147              $0              $0              $0     $1,053,786

                                                               $12,912,639    $4,401,147   $14,112,000     $41,204,000     $81,100,000    $153,729,786
                            STATE
  State (Mn/DOT)                                                       $0            $0     $5,000,000     $29,600,000     $61,100,000     $95,700,000
  State Turnback (Mn/DOT)                                       $7,350,000   $11,850,000    $1,805,000     $12,200,000      $8,100,000     $41,305,000
  State (Met Council)                                                  $0            $0     $1,000,000      $1,240,000      $1,000,000      $3,240,000
  State (DNR)                                                          $0            $0      $375,000                $0              $0         $375,000
  State Grant                                                    $775,250            $0      $200,000                $0              $0         $975,250
  State                                                          $500,000      $500,000      $500,000        $500,000                $0     $2,000,000

                                                                $8,625,250   $12,350,000    $8,880,000     $43,540,000     $70,200,000    $143,595,250
                            CITY
  City Participation (Road & Bridge)                             $200,000      $800,000     $1,325,000      $4,008,000      $6,050,000     $12,383,000
  City Participation                                            $1,230,000           $0      $100,000       $1,000,000      $1,500,000      $3,830,000

                                                                $1,430,000     $800,000     $1,425,000      $5,008,000      $7,550,000     $16,213,000
                   NON-GOVERNMENT
  BNSF                                                           $120,000      $500,000              $0              $0      $700,000       $1,320,000

                                                                 $120,000      $500,000              $0              $0      $700,000       $1,320,000
                       COUNTY BONDS
  G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 5yr                            $1,000,000           $0              $0              $0              $0     $1,000,000
  G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                            $799,430     $1,967,000    $4,560,006       $618,000        $801,000       $8,745,436
  G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                            $500,000     $6,333,000    $9,963,000      $2,755,500      $1,050,000     $20,601,500
  G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 20yr                                  $0            $0              $0     $2,249,728               $0     $2,249,728
  G.O. Capital Notes                                            $3,080,361    $2,433,777    $1,881,000      $2,038,400               $0     $9,433,538
  G.O. Library Bonds 10yr                                        $971,461            $0              $0              $0              $0         $971,461
  G.O. Library Bonds 20yr                                              $0            $0     $5,365,000      $4,317,850               $0     $9,682,850

                                                                $6,351,252   $10,733,777   $21,769,006     $11,979,478      $1,851,000     $52,684,513
                          COUNTY
  Enhanced 911 Surcharge                                         $626,928            $0              $0              $0              $0         $626,928
  Available in County Reserves-General Fund                      $100,000      $100,000              $0              $0              $0         $200,000
  Available in County Building Funds                             $450,000      $147,681      $441,105        $100,000        $100,000       $1,238,786
  Available in Allocated Capital Projects Fund                   $199,750      $152,000              $0              $0              $0         $351,750
  Available in Recorder Tech Fund                                 $50,000       $50,000              $0      $166,600                $0         $266,600
  County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                 $2,630,000    $2,320,000    $2,555,000      $5,350,000      $8,100,000     $20,955,000
  County Tax Levy-Parks & Recreation                                   $0            $0      $175,000                $0              $0         $175,000

                                                                $4,056,678    $2,769,681    $3,171,105      $5,616,600      $8,200,000     $23,814,064

                                Total Sources of Funds:        $33,495,819   $31,554,605   $49,357,111    $107,348,078    $169,601,000    $391,356,613


                       Total County Participation:             $10,407,930   $13,503,458   $24,940,111    $17,596,078     $10,051,000     $76,498,577




                                                     2010          2011         2012          2013            2014            2015

  Current Debt Service Levy:            $19,327,685            $19,668,129   $17,919,544   $16,690,227     $15,314,035     $13,770,101
       Projected New Debt Service Levy:                         $1,217,220    $2,429,845    $4,481,153     $5,475,015      $4,884,237


  Projected Debt Service Levy:                   $19,327,686   $19,817,624   $20,504,358   $23,822,317    $23,440,457     $21,301,549
          Projected change over Previous Year:                   $489,938      $686,734     $3,317,959      ($381,860)     ($2,138,908)
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Anoka County                                                                                                                    ADOPTED
2010 - 2014       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                 21-Jan-2010



                                                  BUILDING & EQUIPMENT
  Project Costs
     Project Funding                                  2010           2011            2012           2013           2014          TOTAL
                                                      CIB            CIP             CIP            CIP            CIP            CIP

   Rum River HSC - Auditorium                             $0             $0             $0     $607,500      $1,050,000      $1,657,500
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                 $0             $0             $0       $607,500      $1,050,000       $1,657,500

   Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg                                   $0             $0     $780,600               $0             $0        $780,600
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                 $0             $0       $780,600             $0             $0         $780,600

   Government Center Carpet Replacement                   $0     $147,681       $135,487       $100,000       $100,000          $483,168
      Available in County Building Funds                  $0       $147,681       $135,487       $100,000       $100,000         $483,168

   Government Center Roof Replacement                     $0             $0     $305,618               $0             $0        $305,618
      Available in County Building Funds                  $0             $0       $305,618             $0             $0         $305,618

   Life Safety, Security & Water/Sewer Systems            $0     $250,000      $1,915,406              $0             $0     $2,165,406
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                 $0       $250,000      $1,915,406            $0             $0        $2,165,406

   West Court House Sprinkler System                      $0             $0     $459,000               $0             $0        $459,000
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                 $0             $0       $459,000             $0             $0         $459,000

   Rum River Human Service Cnt. Tuck Pointing             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0               $0
      Available in County Building Funds                  $0             $0             $0             $0             $0               $0

   Secure Prisoner Skyway                                 $0             $0             $0    $2,249,728              $0     $2,249,728
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 20yr                 $0             $0             $0      $2,249,728            $0        $2,249,728

   Elevator Upgrades                               $450,000      $450,000       $450,000       $450,000       $450,000       $2,250,000
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr            $450,000      $450,000       $450,000       $450,000       $450,000        $2,250,000

   RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade           $0    $1,233,000              $0             $0             $0     $1,233,000
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                 $0      $1,233,000            $0             $0             $0        $1,233,000

   Anoka County Law Enforcement Range Renovatio           $0     $300,000       $780,000               $0             $0     $1,080,000
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                 $0       $300,000       $780,000             $0             $0        $1,080,000

   Fairgrounds Roof Replacement                    $152,800              $0             $0             $0             $0        $152,800
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr            $152,800            $0             $0             $0             $0         $152,800

   I.S. Server Room Mechanical Upgrades            $328,000      $400,000               $0             $0             $0        $728,000
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr            $328,000      $400,000             $0             $0             $0         $728,000

   Government Center HVAC & Jail DDC Upgrades      $121,482              $0             $0             $0             $0        $121,482
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr            $121,482            $0             $0             $0             $0         $121,482

   Parking Ramp Restoration                        $197,148              $0             $0             $0             $0        $197,148
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr            $197,148            $0             $0             $0             $0         $197,148

   Security Enhancements Phase ll                         $0     $357,000               $0             $0             $0        $357,000
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                 $0       $357,000             $0             $0             $0         $357,000


 TOTAL COSTS BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                 $1,249,430    $3,137,681     $4,826,111     $3,407,228     $1,600,000     $14,220,450




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Anoka County                                                                                                                       ADOPTED
2010 - 2014         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                21-Jan-2010



                                                             BUILDING & EQUIPMENT
   Project Costs
       Project Funding                                           2010         2011          2012         2013         2014          TOTAL
                                                                 CIB          CIP           CIP          CIP          CIP            CIP

 NEW DEBT SERVICE LEVY IMPACT
 Rum River HSC - Auditorium
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                              $0           $0           $0      $57,700     $157,500
 Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                              $0           $0     $101,500     $101,500     $101,500
 Life Safety, Security & Water/Sewer Systems
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                            $0     $32,500      $272,500     $272,500     $272,500
 West Court House Sprinkler System
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                              $0           $0      $59,700      $59,700      $59,700
 Secure Prisoner Skyway
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 20yr                              $0           $0           $0     $180,000     $180,000
 Elevator Upgrades
     G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                        $58,500    $117,000      $175,500     $234,000     $292,500
 RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                              $0    $117,135      $117,135     $117,135     $117,135
 Anoka County Law Enforcement Range Renovation
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                              $0     $39,000      $102,600     $102,600     $102,600
 Fairgrounds Roof Replacement
     G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                        $19,900     $19,900       $19,900      $19,900      $19,000
 I.S. Server Room Mechanical Upgrades
      G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                       $42,640     $94,640       $94,640      $94,640      $94,640
 Government Center HVAC & Jail DDC Upgrades
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                         $15,800     $15,800       $15,800      $15,800      $15,800
 Parking Ramp Restoration
     G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                        $25,700     $25,700       $25,700      $25,700      $25,700
 Security Enhancements Phase ll
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                              $0     $46,200       $46,200      $46,200      $46,200

TOTAL NEW LEVY BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                            $162,540     $507,875    $1,031,175   $1,327,375   $1,484,775




   Projected Debt Service Levy:                 $9,752,304    $8,332,849   $6,872,725   $6,420,389   $5,363,150   $5,312,226




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                                                    Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Rum River HSC - Auditorium                                   Start Date                  01/01/2013
  DEPARTMENT            Rum River Human Service Center                               Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                         Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2003-03                                                             Cost Center                 0820

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                                $0.00
 The project would involve the renovation and remodeling of the Auditorium building at the Rum River Human Service Center in the City of Anoka.
 The project would include the following steps:
 1. Window Replacement
 2. Heating and Air Conditioning Replacement
 3. Repair of Interior Water Damage
 4. Restoring Basement to an Office Complex
 5. Addition of a Sound System
 6. General Repair, Painting, and Cleanup
 7. Fire Alarm Upgrade
 8. Fire Sprinklers
 9. HDCP Accessible Elevator
 10. Road Repair and Additional Parking
PROJECT JUSTIFICATION


 The Auditorium building could be used for a variety of purposes. Originally the state used it as an auditorium. It has a stage, main floor, and
 balcony. The acoustical properties of the building seem to be good, and the building could be used for training large groups of persons from the
 county. At the present time, if we have training that requires good acoustics for over 50 to 60 people, we rent space.

 The basement area of the building was used by the State of Minnesota for offices. It is a large, open, well-lighted area that could be used for future
 office space. We could house almost as many staff persons in this area as we do in a singular building such as Building #8.

 It is anticipated that in two to three years, the Human Services Division and other departments within the county will be in need of office space. We
 have no existing additional space in the Anoka County Human Service Center in Blaine. If we add any staff over the next two to three years, we will
 gradually become overcrowded in the Government Center.

 All correctional facilities are expected to have space for large-muscle exercise. In most facilities, this relates to a gymnasium. The Department of
 Corrections has not made this a requirement at the Workhouse because we have indicated that the inmades either work at their own jobs or on
 work crews and are not in need of such a space. Should the Department of Corrections require this of the county, the Auditorium space could
 easily be used for both training and large-muscle exercise.

Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $1,657,500      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013              $607,500
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                          2010                     $0                2014            $1,050,000

                                                                          2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $1,657,500
                                                                          2012                     $0         Project Total          $1,657,500


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                    $270,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
 2 . Other                                    $137,500
 3 . Improvements                                    $0               B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                      $100,000

 4 . Furniture & Office Equipment              $50,000                                                     TOTAL:                          $100,000
 5 . Buildings & Structures                 $1,200,000                C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                     $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:      $1,657,500
                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                     $100,000

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:           0




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                                                    Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Rum River HSC - Auditorium                                  Start Date                  01/01/2013
  DEPARTMENT              Rum River Human Service Center                              Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                        Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2003-03                                                              Cost Center                 0820


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010           2011              2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0             $0                $0       $270,000                 $0        $270,000
Other                                                           $0             $0                $0       $137,500                 $0        $137,500
Buildings & Structures                                          $0             $0                $0       $200,000       $1,000,000        $1,200,000
Improvements                                                    $0             $0                $0               $0             $0                $0
Furniture & Office Equipment                                    $0             $0                $0               $0        $50,000           $50,000
                          Total Costs                           $0             $0                $0       $607,500       $1,050,000        $1,657,500


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                             $0             $0                $0       $607,500       $1,050,000        $1,657,500
                         Total Funding                          $0             $0                $0       $607,500       $1,050,000        $1,657,500




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 1. There is not an adequate Anoka County training facility with good acoustics for a group of over 50 persons.
 2. The building would provide for increased office expansion without a significant amount of remodeling in the basement area. It is assumed that
 county government will grow, and in two to three years, there will be a need for additional office space.
 3. There is no gymnasium or indoor area for large-muscle activity for the inmates at the Anoka County Workhouse. If this becomes an issue in the
 future with the stat jail inspectors, the space could be easily used for that purpose.



CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The general structure of the building is sound. There is a need to replace the heating and air conditioning systems, the exterior windows, repair of
 water damage, improve the electrical systems, as well as cosmetic changes that would include painting and carpeting. The building needs to be
 handicapped-accessible. It will require an elevator.



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 The training area could be used for county employees and other groups.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                              Anoka County                                                                 ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Rum River HSC - Auditorium                             Start Date               01/01/2013
DEPARTMENT         Rum River Human Service Center                         Est. Completion Date     12/31/2014
CATEGORY           BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                   Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2003-03                                                    Cost Center              0820



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

Renovation of the Auditorium building at the Rum River Human Services Center would be completed in phases.

2012
General engineering and architectural planning would be completed in the winter and spring.

2012-2013
During the summer of 2012 the abatement would be completed. Bids would be let for the remainder of the renovation. In the
fall of 2012 and through the summer of 2013, the following steps would be taken:

1. Replacement of the heating and air conditioning systems.
2. Replacement of the exterior windows.
3. Repair of the water damage.
4. Renovation of the office area with painting, new carpeting and electrical systems.
5. Upgrading the bathrooms.
6. Installation of the sound system.
7. General cleanup, painting.
8. The addition of Herman-Miller office equipment in the office area.
9. The addition of seating in the main floor Auditorium. The seating could be folding chairs that would leave the facility more
adaptable to multi-usage.
10. Elevator/shaft/lobby -- HDCP accessible




                                                                                                                            9
                                               Anoka County                                                    ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Rum River HSC - Auditorium                          Start Date             01/01/2013
 DEPARTMENT           Rum River Human Service Center                      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
 CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                      Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2003-03                                                   Cost Center            0820




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                      TOTAL
                                                                    EMPLOYEE
                                      # OF             YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)           POSITIONS            NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                   0.00                0                $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs        0.00                                 $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                              $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                             $50,000
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                          $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                 $50,000
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                            $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                   $100,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                         $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                      $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                       $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                  $100,000



                                                                                                               10
                                                    Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg                                          Start Date                   01/01/2012
  DEPARTMENT            Rum River Human Service Center                                Est. Completion Date         12/31/2012
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                          Priority                     1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2004-03                                                              Cost Center                  0820

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                                     $0.00
 Roof replacement includes fascia, soffets, tuck pointing, roof ventilation, shingles and 4 Ply built-up roofing for the dormers.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The existing roof material was installed in 1979. The work proposed would be similar to the roof and building envelope repair project that took
 place at Bldg. #9 in 2002 and Buildings #2 and #8 in 2008. The intent of the proposal is to stop the building deterioration that is taking place.
 There has been a need for periodic roof patching, interior ceiling and wall repair, which includes lat/plaster patching, priming and painting. This
 facility is currently occupied and there is also the danger of office equipment damage from the water infiltration. Air quality issues are also a
 concern with mold and other environmental contaminates a likely result of the water infiltration.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                            $780,600      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009                    $0                 2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                    $0
                                                                            2010                    $0                 2014                    $0

                                                                            2011                    $0            2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                 $780,600
                                                                            2012             $780,600           Project Total            $780,600


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                      $65,600
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                  $0
 2 . Other                                      $65,000
 3 . Improvements                             $650,000                  B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                               $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                    $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $780,600
                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                       $0
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                              $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                    $0

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                               $0

                                                                                                 NEW POSITIONS:             0




                                                                                                                                             11
                                                     Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg                                           Start Date                   01/01/2012
  DEPARTMENT             Rum River Human Service Center                                 Est. Completion Date         12/31/2012
  CATEGORY               BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                           Priority                     1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2004-03                                                                Cost Center                  0820


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012              2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                               TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0               $0          $65,600                 $0               $0         $65,600
Other                                                           $0               $0          $65,000                 $0               $0          $65,000
Improvements                                                    $0               $0        $650,000                  $0               $0         $650,000
                         Total Costs                            $0               $0        $780,600                  $0               $0         $780,600


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                             $0               $0        $780,600                  $0               $0         $780,600
                        Total Funding                           $0               $0        $780,600                  $0               $0         $780,600




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 TThe existing roof material was installed in 1979 and is in satisfactory condition. To stop the interior and exterior deterioration this project should
 be a strong candidate for CIP funding.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The infrastructure of the facility was recently updated with a new HVAC system that included VAV and digital controls that are monitored by the
 County Energy Management central monitoring system in the Facilities Management & Construction (FM&C) office. The existing roofing
 infrastructure including rafters, underlayment and roof boards are in good condition.



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                                12
                                              Anoka County                                                               ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg                                  Start Date               01/01/2012
DEPARTMENT         Rum River Human Service Center                        Est. Completion Date     12/31/2012
CATEGORY           BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                  Priority                 1
PROJECT NUMBER 2004-03                                                   Cost Center              0820



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

Plans called for roofing replacement based on identified need. As in similar projects recently completed, Administration
Building, Food Service and Cottage # 2 and #8, the work would include repair and replacement of exterior fascia, soffit, tuck-
pointing and roof ventilation. The project budget request factors into the cost a number of unknown (hidden) conditions such
as roof board replacement, weather conditions, unidentified damage, etc.




                                                                                                                         13
                                          Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg             Start Date             01/01/2012
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center     Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT               Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2004-03                            Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                      14
                                               Anoka County                                                   ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg                                Start Date             01/01/2012
 DEPARTMENT           Rum River Human Service Center                      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                      Priority               1
 PROJECT NUMBER 2004-03                                                   Cost Center            0820




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                      TOTAL
                                                                    EMPLOYEE
                                      # OF             YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING      TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)           POSITIONS            NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE       COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                   0.00                0                $0       0%      0                     $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                            0.00                0                $0       0%      0                     $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs        0.00                                 $0                                     $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                              $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                   $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                          $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                       $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                            $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                        $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                         $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                      $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                      $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                       $0



                                                                                                              15
                                           Anoka County                                      ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Roof RRHSC Fahr Bldg                     Start Date             01/01/2012
DEPARTMENT      Rum River Human Service Center           Est. Completion Date
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT
PROJECT NUMBER 2004-03                                   Cost Center            0820


                    APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT




                                                                ESTIMATED
                                                                 PROJECT
                              PROJECT COST                        TOTAL

                                                                       $0.00

                                                                       $0.00

                                                                       $0.00

                                                                       $0.00

                                                                       $0.00

                                                 TOTAL                 $0.00


                              PROJECT FUNDING
                                                                       $0.00

                                                                       $0.00

                                                                       $0.00

                                                                       $0.00

                                                 TOTAL                 $0.00



                                                                                             16
                                                    Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Government Center Carpet Replacement                          Start Date                   01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            Courthouse & Government Center                                Est. Completion Date         12/31/2013
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                          Priority                     10
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-01                                                              Cost Center                  0810

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                                 PRIOR YEARS:                      $310,712.00
 This is carpet replacement plan for all office floor areas in the Government Center. The carpet will be replaced by floor in order of need and priority
 as follows:
  6th floor in 2011, $147,681
  3rd floor in 2012, $135,487
  1st floor in 2013 $100,000
  2nd floor in 2014, $100,000




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Maintain the facility in a manner that reflects the desire of the County Board to provide a safe, comfortable, clean and attractive place for the
 County staff and the public to conduct business.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                            $793,880      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009             $310,712                   2013             $100,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                             $310,712
                                                                           2010                     $0                  2014             $100,000

                                                                           2011              $147,681             2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                 $483,168
                                                                           2012              $135,487           Project Total            $793,880


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Buildings & Structures                   $483,168
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $483,168                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                             $0

                                                                                                            TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                     $0
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0

                                                                                                            TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                             $0

                                                                                                 NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                              17
                                                      Anoka County                                                           ADOPTED

                                                  2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                      2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Government Center Carpet Replacement                  Start Date               01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              Courthouse & Government Center                        Est. Completion Date     12/31/2013
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                  Priority                 10
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-01                                                        Cost Center              0810


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010        2011          2012           2013           2014       FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                              TOTAL
Buildings & Structures                                          $0   $147,681     $135,487       $100,000        $100,000      $483,168
                          Total Costs                           $0   $147,681     $135,487       $100,000       $100,000      $483,168


        PROJECT FUNDING
Available in County Building Funds                              $0   $147,681     $135,487       $100,000        $100,000     $483,168
                         Total Funding                          $0   $147,681     $135,487       $100,000       $100,000      $483,168




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Carpet is past its estimated service life.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Carpet is showing wear and tear in many places.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                               Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Government Center Carpet Replacement             Start Date             01/01/2010
 DEPARTMENT           Courthouse & Government Center                   Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
 CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                   Priority               10
 PROJECT NUMBER 2006-01                                                Cost Center            0810




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                      # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING      TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)           POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE       COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                   0.00                  0           $0       0%      0                     $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                            0.00                  0           $0       0%      0                     $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs        0.00                              $0                                     $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                           $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                    $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                         $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                     $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                      $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                   $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                   $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                    $0



                                                                                                           19
                                                   Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Government Center Roof Replacement                           Start Date                   01/01/2012
  DEPARTMENT            Courthouse & Government Center                               Est. Completion Date         12/31/2012
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                         Priority                     2
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-02                                                             Cost Center                  0810

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                                  $0.00
 Replace the single ply rock ballasted EPDM roof with 4 ply built-up pitch and gravel roof system on the Government Center. The square footage on
 the roof is 30,528-6,290 (penthouse ) square feet.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
   The single ply roof material was originally installed in 1992 and is past its’ life expectancy. The current roof system has leaked several times over
 the past years. With the design of a new roof system we would add insulation, a proper pitch, add over flow drains, replace the scuppers and add a
 maintenance walk-way to protect the new roof membrane.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $305,618      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                 2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                           2010                    $0                 2014                    $0

                                                                           2011                    $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $305,618
                                                                           2012             $305,618          Project Total            $305,618


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                     $24,000
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
 2 . Other                                     $15,000
 3 . Buildings & Structures                   $266,618                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                             $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                  $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:        $305,618
                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                     $0
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                            $0

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                            20
                                                     Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Government Center Roof Replacement                           Start Date                   01/01/2012
  DEPARTMENT              Courthouse & Government Center                               Est. Completion Date         12/31/2012
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                         Priority                     2
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-02                                                               Cost Center                  0810


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011             2012              2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                              TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0               $0         $24,000                 $0               $0         $24,000
Other                                                           $0               $0         $15,000                 $0               $0          $15,000
Buildings & Structures                                          $0               $0        $266,618                 $0               $0         $266,618
                          Total Costs                           $0               $0       $305,618                  $0               $0         $305,618


        PROJECT FUNDING
Available in County Building Funds                              $0               $0        $305,618                 $0               $0         $305,618
                         Total Funding                          $0               $0       $305,618                  $0               $0         $305,618




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Roof is past its estimated service life and the water infiltration has caused ceiling tile damage in a number of areas. There is also the potential of
 departmental equipment damage from the leakage.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing facility and its infrastructure are in very good operating condition. A new roof is necessary to protect and maintain the assets of Anoka
 County.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                               21
                                             Anoka County                                                             ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Government Center Roof Replacement                   Start Date              01/01/2012
DEPARTMENT        Courthouse & Government Center                       Est. Completion Date    12/31/2012
CATEGORY          BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                 Priority                2
PROJECT NUMBER 2006-02                                                 Cost Center             0810



                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

Replace the single ply rock ballasted EPDM with 4 ply built-up on the Government Center and Parking Ramp stair towers.
Working with the Facilities Management and Construction staff the contractor would be aware and sensitive to the noise and
air flow needs of the project and how those issues would affect the need for continued work flow of the Anoka County
Government Center.




                                                                                                                     22
                                          Anoka County                                    ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Government Center Roof Replacement   Start Date             01/01/2012
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center         Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                   Priority               2
PROJECT NUMBER 2006-02                                Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                          23
                                               Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Government Center Roof Replacement               Start Date             01/01/2012
 DEPARTMENT           Courthouse & Government Center                   Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                   Priority               2
 PROJECT NUMBER 2006-02                                                Cost Center            0810




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                      # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING      TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)           POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE       COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                   0.00                0             $0       0%      0                     $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                            0.00                0             $0       0%      0                     $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs        0.00                              $0                                     $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                           $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                    $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                         $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                     $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                      $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                   $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                   $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                    $0



                                                                                                           24
                                                   Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Life Safety, Security & Water/Sewer Systems                 Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT            Courthouse & Government Center                              Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                        Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-05                                                            Cost Center                 0810

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                               PRIOR YEARS:                                 $0.00
 This project is the result of a 5-month long study of Anoka county Buildings. The study evaluates Life Safety Systems and Sewer & Water
 Systems. Life Safety Systems consist of detection devices, alarm systems, ventilation systems, and smoke evacuation. The study also evaluates
 the use of Sewer and Water Systems for efficient operation and recommends upgrades, which may not be self-funding. The project, as proposed,
 will upgrade our life safety systems in all Anoka county buildings and maximize the efficient use of our water and sewer systems.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 As County facilities age and building systems technology improves, it’s time to look at methods to improves, it’s time to look at methods to improve
 efficiencies as they relate to life safety and water usage. Anoka County has been a leader in improvements to building management systems. As
 new buildings are added to the county and older buildings are remodeled, FM&C strives to improve the efficiencies in all aspects of the building and
 operations. The Life/Safety Systems, Sewer & Water study was comprehensive and guarantees a savings of building operational dollars.
 Implementation of the program will not only improve operational efficiencies of the building management staff but will improve the comfort level of
 building occupants.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                    Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                        $2,165,406      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                  THROUGH 2009                   $0                 2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                  $0
                                                                         2010                    $0                 2014                    $0

                                                                         2011             $250,000            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                             $2,165,406
                                                                         2012           $1,915,406          Project Total          $2,165,406


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                             Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                   Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Buildings & Structures                $2,165,406
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                              $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:     $2,165,406                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                           $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                   $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                          $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                            $0

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:           0




                                                                                                                                         25
                                                      Anoka County                                                                      ADOPTED

                                                  2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                      2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Life Safety, Security & Water/Sewer Systems                    Start Date               01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT              Courthouse & Government Center                                 Est. Completion Date     12/31/2012
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                           Priority                 1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-05                                                                 Cost Center              0810


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                    2010               2011          2012           2013           2014         FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                         TOTAL
Buildings & Structures                                            $0          $250,000    $1,915,406              $0             $0     $2,165,406
                          Total Costs                             $0          $250,000    $1,915,406              $0             $0      $2,165,406


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                               $0          $250,000    $1,915,406              $0             $0      $2,165,406
                         Total Funding                            $0          $250,000    $1,915,406              $0             $0      $2,165,406




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 This project is vital for all Life\Safety Systems in all County buildings.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The Government Center and the Work Force Center are the primary facilities requiring attention in the areas of Life\Safety & Water usage. The life
 safety systems in both facilities are obsolete and require upgrades to comply with existing codes. The Government Center and RRHSC are the
 largest users of water, in terms of the amount of people using the facilities and the present mechanical systems being used for air conditioning.



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                          26
                                                Anoka County                                                  ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Life Safety, Security & Water/Sewer Systems         Start Date             01/01/2011
 DEPARTMENT           Courthouse & Government Center                      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                      Priority               1
 PROJECT NUMBER 2006-05                                                   Cost Center            0810




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                      TOTAL
                                                                    EMPLOYEE
                                        # OF          YEAR/MONTH      COST                        FUNDING      TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)             POSITIONS         NEEDED      (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE       COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                     0.00                0              $0       0%      0                     $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs          0.00                               $0                                     $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                              $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                   $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                          $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                       $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                            $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                       $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                         $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                      $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                     $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                       $0



                                                                                                              27
                                                    Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         West Court House Sprinkler System                          Start Date                  01/01/2012
  DEPARTMENT            Courthouse & Government Center                             Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                       Priority                    7
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-01                                                           Cost Center                 0810

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                           PRIOR YEARS:                                 $0.00
 Sprinkler in the West Courthouse. The City of Anoka Building Official and the Anoka-Champlin Fire Chief have requested that we include this
 fire/life safety project in our 5-year CIP plan.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The City of Anoka Building Official and the Anoka-Champlin Fire Chief have written letter, included in the CIP documents, that express safety
 concerns regarding the occupancy load and lack of a fire sprinkler system in the West Courthouse.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                   Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                          $459,000     PRIOR YEARS
                                                                 THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                  $0
                                                                         2010                    $0                2014                    $0

                                                                         2011                    $0           2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                               $459,000
                                                                         2012             $459,000          Project Total           $459,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                            Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                  Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                    $25,000
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                               $0
 2 . Other                                     $8,500
 3 . Furniture & Office Equipment            $150,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                         $4,000

 4 . Buildings & Structures                  $275,500                                                    TOTAL:                            $4,000

                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                    $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $459,000
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                           $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                      $4,000

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:           0




                                                                                                                                         28
                                                     Anoka County                                                                        ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           West Court House Sprinkler System                          Start Date                  01/01/2012
  DEPARTMENT              Courthouse & Government Center                             Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                       Priority                    7
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-01                                                             Cost Center                 0810


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010           2011             2012             2013            2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                          TOTAL
Buildings & Structures                                          $0             $0       $275,500                 $0              $0        $275,500
Other                                                           $0             $0         $8,500                 $0              $0             $8,500
Professional Services                                           $0             $0        $25,000                 $0              $0          $25,000
Furniture & Office Equipment                                    $0             $0       $150,000                 $0              $0         $150,000
                          Total Costs                           $0             $0       $459,000                 $0              $0        $459,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                             $0             $0       $459,000                 $0              $0         $459,000
                         Total Funding                          $0             $0       $459,000                 $0              $0        $459,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The City of Anoka Building Official and the Anoka-Champlin Fire Chief have written letters, included in the CIP documents, that express safety
 concerns regarding the occupancy load and lack of a fire sprinkler system in the West Courthouse. Roger Wiley, Building Official for the City of
 Anoka, stated “In my professional opinion, I feel that the number of occupants as well as a change in the use (courtroom remodel) makes it
 imperative to sprinkle the building as soon as possible.”




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing infrastructure is in good condition.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                              Anoka County                                                              ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      West Court House Sprinkler System                    Start Date               01/01/2012
DEPARTMENT         Courthouse & Government Center                       Est. Completion Date     12/31/2012
CATEGORY           BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                 Priority                 7
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-01                                                  Cost Center              0810



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

The City of Anoka Building Official and the Anoka-Champlin Fire Chief have requested that Anoka County add a fire sprinkler
system to the West Courthouse. The original request from the two officials was that the County, as part of the West
Courthouse remodel, install a fire sprinkler system in the areas being remodeled. After several telephone conversations and
meetings, where the County CIP process was explained, both officials agreed that a fire sprinkler system should be included in
the Anoka County 5-year CIP plan.

Letters from Roger Wiley, Building Official for the City of Anoka, and Charles Thompson, Fire Chief for the Anoka-Champlin
Fire Department are included in the CIP documents. Both letters offer additional insight for the rationale of the request.

Note: The CIP finance team may want to consider funding an additional $224,000 for this request in order to accommodate
future expansion of the fire sprinkler system into the Center and East Courthouses. The majority of the funds would pay for a
fire pump, which would be needed to “push” the water from one end of the complex to the other.




                                                                                                                        30
                                           Anoka County                                  ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    West Court House Sprinkler System   Start Date             01/01/2012
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center        Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                  Priority               7
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-01                               Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                         31
                                           Anoka County                                  ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    West Court House Sprinkler System   Start Date             01/01/2012
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center        Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                  Priority               7
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-01                               Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                         32
                                                Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        West Court House Sprinkler System                 Start Date             01/01/2012
 DEPARTMENT           Courthouse & Government Center                    Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                    Priority               7
 PROJECT NUMBER 2008-01                                                 Cost Center            0810




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                  EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING      TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE       COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00              0               $0       0%      0                     $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                              $0                                     $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                         $4,000
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                 $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                        $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                      $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                           $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                 $4,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                        $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                     $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                   $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                $4,000



                                                                                                            33
                                                   Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Rum River Human Service Cnt. Tuck Pointing                   Start Date                   06/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            Rum River Human Service Center                               Est. Completion Date         10/31/2014
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                         Priority                     8
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-04                                                             Cost Center                  0820

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                           PRIOR YEARS:                         $265,000.00
 Tuckpoint all facilities as needed at RRHSC. Replace steps, landings, and entry doors as needed in the occupied buildings.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 A number of facilities at the Rum River Human Service Center require exterior brick, stone, and mortar-joint repair to include entry steps, risers,
 landings, handrails, and doors. Several of the facilities have evidence of interior moisture damage related to deficiencies of the exterior envelope.

  2010   Vale
  2011   Cottage 9 & 8
  2012   Cottage 2 & 3
  2013   Admin & Fahr
  2014   Maintenance & Powerhouse




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $265,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009             $265,000                  2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                            $265,000
                                                                           2010                    $0                 2014                    $0

                                                                           2011                    $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                       $0
                                                                           2012                    $0         Project Total            $265,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Buildings & Structures                          $0
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:

               Total 5 year CIP Costs:               $0                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                           TOTAL:

                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                           TOTAL:

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                            34
                                                     Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Rum River Human Service Cnt. Tuck Pointing                  Start Date                  06/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              Rum River Human Service Center                              Est. Completion Date        10/31/2014
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                        Priority                    8
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-04                                                              Cost Center                 0820


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010            2011             2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
Buildings & Structures                                          $0              $0               $0               $0               $0             $0
                          Total Costs                           $0              $0               $0               $0               $0                $0


        PROJECT FUNDING
Available in County Building Funds                              $0              $0               $0               $0               $0                $0
                         Total Funding                          $0              $0               $0               $0               $0                $0




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Many of the facilities at Rum River Human Services are at or nearing 100 years in age. Tuckpointing and brick replacement will help to preserve
 these facilities for many more years.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 A number of these facilities have undergone roof replacement as part of an overall exterior renovation to preserve these facilities. The building
 structure is part of an evaluation preformed during the roof evaluations and the facilities structurally are in good shape.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                            35
                                           Anoka County                                           ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Rum River Human Service Cnt. Tuck Pointing   Start Date             06/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                 Est. Completion Date   10/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                           Priority               8
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-04                                        Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                  36
                                           Anoka County                                           ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Rum River Human Service Cnt. Tuck Pointing   Start Date             06/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                 Est. Completion Date   10/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                           Priority               8
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-04                                        Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                  37
                                           Anoka County                                           ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Rum River Human Service Cnt. Tuck Pointing   Start Date             06/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                 Est. Completion Date   10/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                           Priority               8
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-04                                        Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                  38
                                           Anoka County                                           ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Rum River Human Service Cnt. Tuck Pointing   Start Date             06/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                 Est. Completion Date   10/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                           Priority               8
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-04                                        Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                  39
                                                    Anoka County                                                                         ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Secure Prisoner Skyway                                     Start Date                 01/01/2013
  DEPARTMENT            Courthouse & Government Center                             Est. Completion Date       12/31/2013
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                       Priority                   1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-05                                                           Cost Center                0810

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                                PRIOR YEARS:                                   $0.00
 Provide secure prisoner access to 11 courtrooms. This is achieved by using a new skyway from the jail to a new third floor holding area
 constructed above the existing second floor link between the West and Center Courthouse; plus an elevator down to a holding area to the second
 floor link. The proposal then calls for creating a series of airlocks and secure corridors to various courtrooms in West, Center, and East
 Courthouses.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Prisoner transport is currently provided, in part, through public corridors. In order to provide secure prisoner access to 11 courtrooms, a new
 skyway from the jail to a new holding cell and an elevator addition is proposed. Buetow and Associates has developed a concept plan and a
 preliminary cost estimate. (See Attached). This project would be part of projects that include Courtroom remodels at #1 and #2, Judicial spaces,
 and additional holding cells.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                   Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                       $2,249,728      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                 THROUGH 2009                   $0                2013           $2,249,728
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                 $0
                                                                        2010                    $0                2014                    $0

                                                                        2011                    $0           2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                            $2,249,728
                                                                        2012                    $0         Project Total         $2,249,728


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                            Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                  Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                  $230,000
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Furniture & Office Equipment           $332,432
 3 . Buildings & Structures                $1,687,296                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                        TOTAL:
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:     $2,249,728
                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                        TOTAL:

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                             NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                        40
                                                    Anoka County                                                                       ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Secure Prisoner Skyway                                   Start Date                  01/01/2013
  DEPARTMENT              Courthouse & Government Center                           Est. Completion Date        12/31/2013
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                     Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-05                                                           Cost Center                 0810


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010         2011             2012             2013            2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                        TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0           $0               $0       $230,000                $0        $230,000
Furniture & Office Equipment                                    $0           $0               $0       $332,432                $0        $332,432
Buildings & Structures                                          $0           $0               $0     $1,687,296                $0      $1,687,296
                          Total Costs                           $0           $0               $0     $2,249,728                $0      $2,249,728


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 20yr                             $0           $0               $0     $2,249,728                $0      $2,249,728
                         Total Funding                          $0           $0               $0     $2,249,728                $0      $2,249,728




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Currently some prisoners are transported to their court appearance through public corridors. This proposal would provide secure prisoner access
 to 11 of 19 courtrooms.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 General condition is good.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                             Anoka County                                                               ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Secure Prisoner Skyway                               Start Date              01/01/2013
DEPARTMENT         Courthouse & Government Center                       Est. Completion Date    12/31/2013
CATEGORY           BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                 Priority                1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-05                                                  Cost Center             0810



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

Provide secure prisoner access to 11 courtrooms. This is achieved by using a new skyway from the jail to a new third floor
holding area constructed above the existing second floor link between the west and center courthouse; plus an elevator down
to a holding area to the second floor link. The proposal then calls for creating a series of airlocks and secure corridors to
various courtrooms in west, center and east courthouses.


Prisoner transport is currently provided, in part, through public corridors. In order to provide secure prisoner access to 11
courtrooms a new skyway from the jail to a new holding cell and an elevator addition is proposed. Buetow and Associates has
developed a concept plan and a preliminary cost estimate. (see attached) This project would be part of projects that includes
Courtroom remodels at #1&2, Judicial spaces, and additional holding cells.




                                                                                                                       42
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Secure Prisoner Skyway            Start Date             01/01/2013
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-05                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       43
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Secure Prisoner Skyway            Start Date             01/01/2013
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-05                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       44
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Secure Prisoner Skyway            Start Date             01/01/2013
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-05                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       45
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Secure Prisoner Skyway            Start Date             01/01/2013
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-05                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       46
                                                   Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Elevator Upgrades                                           Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT           Courthouse & Government Center                              Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY             BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                        Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                                                           Cost Center                 0810

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                               PRIOR YEARS:                       $365,000.00
 Anoka County has a total of 25 elevators. Several, possibly as many as 15 of these units will require extensive modifications to bring them up to
 code and ADA regulations. The first step is to determine which units require the modifications and/or repairs. The second step will be to identify a
 priority list, fund the project, and proceed with the work. Anoka County has worked with VDA on a number of elevator projects over the past several
 years. They have written a notice, attached, that explains in some detail the new State requirements and they are interested in providing the
 consulting work as we move forward.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The new Elevator Safety Code requirements, which will be applicable to all existing buildings requires: That new retroactive provisions may require
 modification and/or replacement of equipment identified as unsafe by the Code. Due to the costs associated with several of the changes, language
 was added to the new Rule 1307 allowing building owners an extended period of time to complete some of the work. Major retroactive Code
 revisions affecting the vertical transportation equipment found in existing buildings are as follows.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                    Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                        $2,615,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                  THROUGH 2009            $365,000                 2013             $450,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                           $365,000
                                                                         2010             $450,000                 2014             $450,000

                                                                         2011             $450,000            2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                             $2,250,000
                                                                         2012             $450,000          Project Total          $2,615,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                             Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                   Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Machinery and Equipment               $2,250,000
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:

              Total 5 year CIP Costs:      $2,250,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                         TOTAL:

                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                         TOTAL:

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                         47
                                                    Anoka County                                                                         ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Elevator Upgrades                                           Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            Courthouse & Government Center                              Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                        Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                                                            Cost Center                 0810


                            ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                 2010           2011             2012             2013             2014         FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                         TOTAL
Machinery and Equipment                                 $450,000       $450,000        $450,000         $450,000         $450,000       $2,250,000
                        Total Costs                     $450,000      $450,000         $450,000         $450,000         $450,000        $2,250,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                     $450,000       $450,000        $450,000         $450,000         $450,000        $2,250,000
                      Total Funding                     $450,000      $450,000         $450,000         $450,000         $450,000        $2,250,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The new Elevator Safety Code requirements, which will be applicable to all existing buildings requires: That new retroactive provisions may require
 modification and/or replacement of equipment identified as unsafe by the Code. Due to the costs associated with several of the changes, language
 was added to the new Rule 1307 allowing building owners an extended period of time to complete some of the work. Major retroactive Code
 revisions affecting the vertical transportation equipment found in existing buildings are as follows.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Each individual elevator will be assessed and given a priority number. Although all units currently in operation are working they may not meet need
 code and ADA regulations and will therefore need to be upgraded to meet State codes.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




 Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Elevator Upgrades                 Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       49
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Elevator Upgrades                 Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       50
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Elevator Upgrades                 Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       51
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Elevator Upgrades                 Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       52
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Elevator Upgrades                 Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       53
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Elevator Upgrades                 Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       54
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Elevator Upgrades                 Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       55
                                           Anoka County                                          ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Elevator Upgrades                            Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT      Courthouse & Government Center               Est. Completion Date
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-08                                       Cost Center            0810


                    APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT




                                                                    ESTIMATED
                                                                     PROJECT
                              PROJECT COST                            TOTAL
                            Buildings & Structures                $1,983,350.00

                            Professional Services                    $91,650.00

                                                                           $0.00

                                                                           $0.00

                                                                           $0.00

                                                     TOTAL        $2,075,000.00


                              PROJECT FUNDING
                                                                           $0.00

                                                                           $0.00

                                                                           $0.00

                                                                           $0.00

                                                     TOTAL                 $0.00



                                                                                                 56
                                                   Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade                  Start Date                   01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT           Rum River Human Service Center                                Est. Completion Date         12/31/2011
  CATEGORY             BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                          Priority                     2
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-07                                                             Cost Center                  0820

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                             PRIOR YEARS:                                  $0.00
 This project consists of 3 main work categories at the RRHSC Campus:
 1. Replace the existing Emergency Generator, 4160 Voltage with a new generator and switch gear of 12,500 Voltage.
 2. Total replacement of the medium voltage loop on the south side of the campus.
 3. Rerouting of the loop on the north side of the campus to account for segregating the State from this loop.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The project will upgrade or replace existing systems that are increasingly expensive and difficult to maintain and will provide additional power
 capacity to bring the remaining buildings, Auditorium, Cottage 2, Cottage 3, Cottage 4, and Cottage 8, online in the future.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $1,233,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                 2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                           2010                    $0                 2014                    $0

                                                                           2011           $1,233,000            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $1,233,000
                                                                           2012                    $0          Project Total         $1,233,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                     $66,000
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Machinery and Equipment                $1,167,000
                                                                       B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $1,233,000
                                                                                                           TOTAL:

                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                           TOTAL:

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                            57
                                                    Anoka County                                                                       ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade               Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT             Rum River Human Service Center                             Est. Completion Date        12/31/2011
  CATEGORY               BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                       Priority                    2
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-07                                                            Cost Center                 0820


                            ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010          2011             2012            2013              2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                        TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0     $66,000                 $0              $0                $0       $66,000
Machinery and Equipment                                         $0   $1,167,000                $0              $0                $0    $1,167,000
                         Total Costs                            $0   $1,233,000                $0              $0                $0    $1,233,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                             $0   $1,233,000                $0              $0                $0    $1,233,000
                        Total Funding                           $0   $1,233,000                $0              $0                $0    $1,233,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Update the primary electrical loop for the campus to provide increased capacity for existing and future campus needs.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Existing obsolete 4,160 volts primary, transformers, switchgear, and generator equipment age ranged from 1920 to 1982.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                              Anoka County                                                                ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade          Start Date                01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT         Rum River Human Service Center                        Est. Completion Date      12/31/2011
CATEGORY           BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                  Priority                  2
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-07                                                   Cost Center               0820



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

In 2000, the County acquired 11 buildings and the land from the State of Minnesota that was formerly the old Metro Regional
Treatment Center. The oldest building on the campus was built in 1905. The obsolete 4,160 volt primary, which supplies
power to these buildings, has the capacity to supply seven of the thirteen county buildings, plus three of the state buildings.
Of the remaining five buildings, four are not occupied and one is being used by Human Services for an extended treatment
program for women on meth. This project will provide reliable utility service and emergency power by increasing the current
carrying capacity of the primary electrical loop and upgrading the 1982 power generating system.




                                                                                                                          59
                                           Anoka County                                             ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade   Start Date             01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                   Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                             Priority               2
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-07                                          Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                    60
                                           Anoka County                                             ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade   Start Date             01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                   Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                             Priority               2
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-07                                          Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                    61
                                           Anoka County                                             ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade   Start Date             01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                   Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                             Priority               2
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-07                                          Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                    62
                                           Anoka County                                             ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade   Start Date             01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                   Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                             Priority               2
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-07                                          Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                    63
                                           Anoka County                                             ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade   Start Date             01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                   Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                             Priority               2
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-07                                          Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                    64
                                           Anoka County                                             ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    RRHSC Primary Electrical Loop System Upgrade   Start Date             01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT     Rum River Human Service Center                   Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                             Priority               2
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-07                                          Cost Center            0820

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                    65
                                                    Anoka County                                                                        ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Anoka County Law Enforcement Range Renovation             Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT            Sheriff - Range                                           Est. Completion Date        06/30/2011
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                      Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-03                                                          Cost Center                 1411

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                               PRIOR YEARS:                              $0.00
 Installation of a safety back drop lead trap and targeting system for the Anoka County Law Enforcement Gun Range located at 13299 Hanson Blvd
 NW, in the City of Coon Rapids. The project would also involve demolition of a number of storage and Range buildings, to be replaced by one
 Range Building that would house the Range Master Room, classroom, storage for ammunition and shooting equipment and storage for outdoor
 maintenance equipment. The total cost of all elements of the proposal would be approximately $1.08 million dollars.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The original Anoka County Law Enforcement Range opened in 1981. The range is one part of a partnership between Law Enforcement agencies in
 Anoka County. The range is used by 450 plus licensed officers in Anoka County for firearms training and qualifications. The range was closed in
 1989 for renovation and was re-opened in1991 after the existing dirt backdrop was “mined” of lead deposits and a safety baffle was installed. The
 current buildings are poorly constructed, inadequate for the space needs and have been built piece by piece over a period of time and are in
 various states of disrepair. A single, multipurpose building is needed for future range operations.

  This proposal is for a renovated, “Capped Berm Gran Trap” backdrop that meets OSHA standards for outdoor ranges. Construction would include
 removal of the old walls and installation of concrete pads for bullet traps and two protective berms.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                   Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                       $1,080,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                 THROUGH 2009                  $0                 2013                   $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                 $0
                                                                        2010                   $0                 2014                   $0

                                                                        2011             $300,000           2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                            $1,080,000
                                                                        2012             $780,000          Project Total         $1,080,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                            Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                  Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Other                                  $110,000
                                                                    A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Furniture & Office Equipment            $10,000
 3 . Buildings & Structures                 $960,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                       TOTAL:
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:     $1,080,000
                                                                    C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                    D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                       TOTAL:

                                                                     NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                             NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                       66
                                                    Anoka County                                                                       ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Anoka County Law Enforcement Range Renovation            Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT              Sheriff - Range                                          Est. Completion Date        06/30/2011
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                     Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-03                                                           Cost Center                 1411


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010          2011            2012             2013             2014         FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                        TOTAL
Other                                                           $0            $0      $110,000                 $0               $0       $110,000
Furniture & Office Equipment                                    $0            $0        $10,000                $0               $0         $10,000
Buildings & Structures                                          $0    $300,000        $660,000                 $0               $0       $960,000
                          Total Costs                           $0    $300,000        $780,000                 $0               $0     $1,080,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                             $0    $300,000        $780,000                 $0               $0     $1,080,000
                         Total Funding                          $0    $300,000        $780,000                 $0               $0     $1,080,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The Range is used by 450 plus Anoka County Licensed law enforcement officers for training and qualification each year. The range also generates
 income as it is leased by other local, state and federal agencies, including branches of the military for firearms training.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing infrastructure is in poor condition. OSHA does not allow for mining of lead deposits unless major renovations are implemented,
 including concrete aprons and the installation of bullet traps.

 TLeaky roofs, warped walls and deteriorated paint are some of the problems associated with the current buildings and sheds. The range needs a
 single, multi use building to operate effectively.

OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 The current range is already a product of the Joint Law Enforcement Commission of Anoka County.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                               Anoka County                                                                 ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       Anoka County Law Enforcement Range Renovation         Start Date               01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT          Sheriff - Range                                       Est. Completion Date     06/30/2011
CATEGORY            BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                  Priority                 1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-03                                                    Cost Center              1411



                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

The original Anoka County Law Enforcement Range opened in 1981. The range is one part of a partnership between Law
Enforcement agencies in Anoka County. The range is used by 450 plus licensed officers in Anoka County for firearms training
and qualifications.



This proposal is for a renovated, “Capped Berm Gran Trap” backdrop that meets OSHA standards for outdoor ranges.
Construction would include removal of the old walls and installation of concrete pads for bullet traps and two protective
berms.

The project would include:

•   All civil work for demolition of old backdrop and construction of new
•   Removal of the old berms and knee walls
•   Installation of concrete mounting pads for bullet traps and target systems
•   Installation of bullet traps for 30 shooting lanes
•   One Trap-Vac lead recycler kit
•   An electro magnetic target system including
•   -30 turning targets for handgun range
•   -9 pop up targets for rifle/shotgun range
•   Running man target for handgun range
•   All electrical wiring and controllers for target systems
•   Manuals and training for all equipment

The proposed Range Building would be a 36 x 60 foot utility building with:

•   Concrete slab construction
•   Classroom
•   Range Office
•   Clean secure storage for shooting supplies, targets, ammunition.
•   Garage storage for maintenance equipment
•   Gun cleaning room
•   Handicap accessible restrooms




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                                                    Anoka County                                                                                  ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Fairgrounds Roof Replacement                                    Start Date                    01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            Fairgrounds Property                                            Est. Completion Date          12/31/2010
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                            Priority                      6
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-06                                                                Cost Center                   0814

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                                PRIOR YEARS:                               $0.00
 Roof replacement includes removal and disposal of existing roofing material. Installation of new insulation and 4-ply built-up roofing, and
 replacement of parapet cap and flashing. Total square footage of roof surfaces is 8,405 square feet. This request also consists of replacement of
 two primary electrical panels that are rusted from water infiltration.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The intent of the proposal is to stop deterioration that is taking place. There has been a need for annual roof patching and parapet cap stone
 repairs. This facility is used primarily for storage of facilities mobile generator, attic stock of building material, and has been used in the past for
 tree sales, storage of the mobile Sheriff equipment, and Parks as a place to repair picnic tables in the off-season.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                       Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                             $152,800      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                     THROUGH 2009                     $0                  2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                     $0
                                                                             2010              $152,800                   2014                     $0

                                                                             2011                     $0            2015 / BEYOND                  $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                  $152,800
                                                                             2012                     $0          Project Total             $152,800


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                                Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                      Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                       $10,000
                                                                         A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Other                                       $23,800
 3 . Furniture & Office Equipment                $10,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

 4 . Buildings & Structures                    $109,000                                                        TOTAL:

                                                                         C. INCREASED REVENUE:
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:          $152,800
                                                                         D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                               TOTAL:

                                                                          NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                                   NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                                 69
                                                       Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                   2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                       2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Fairgrounds Roof Replacement                                   Start Date                   01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              Fairgrounds Property                                           Est. Completion Date         12/31/2010
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                           Priority                     6
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-06                                                                 Cost Center                  0814


                               ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

            PROJECT COST                                     2010          2011              2012             2013              2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                              TOTAL
Professional Services                                         $10,000             $0                $0               $0                $0       $10,000
Other                                                         $23,800             $0                $0               $0                $0       $23,800
Furniture & Office Equipment                                  $10,000             $0                $0               $0                $0       $10,000
Buildings & Structures                                       $109,000             $0                $0               $0                $0     $109,000
                          Total Costs                        $152,800             $0                $0               $0                $0     $152,800


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                          $152,800             $0                $0               $0                $0     $152,800
                         Total Funding                       $152,800             $0                $0               $0                $0     $152,800




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Stop interior and exterior deterioration of the facility.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Structural integrity of the building is good. Electrical panels also need replacement due to water infiltration from roof leaks.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                              70
                                             Anoka County                                                              ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Fairgrounds Roof Replacement                        Start Date               01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT         Fairgrounds Property                                Est. Completion Date     12/31/2010
CATEGORY           BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                Priority                 6
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-06                                                 Cost Center              0814



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

Along with the need to preserve this structure, the project budget request factors into the cost of a number of unknown
(hidden) conditions, such as roof pan conditions, weather conditions, unidentified damage, asbestos abatement, electrical
panel replacement, etc.




                                                                                                                       71
                                          Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Fairgrounds Roof Replacement      Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Fairgrounds Property               Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT               Priority               6
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-06                            Cost Center            0814

                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                      72
                                                    Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         I.S. Server Room Mechanical Upgrades                          Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            Courthouse & Government Center                                Est. Completion Date        12/31/2010
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                          Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-07                                                              Cost Center                 0810

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                                 $0.00
 The central computer and network equipment for the County are located in two rooms – the Computer Room and the Server Room. These two
 data center rooms are located adjacent to each other in the lower level of the Government Center complex (East Courthouse). It is our goal to
 ensure both rooms have adequate cooling, power, and backup power to reduce potential risk to the equipment and to minimize outages to our
 County customers. Currently, the rooms are not adequately cooled with standard building air conditioning. As we have had more equipment
 moved to or installed in the rooms, we have experienced problems with maintaining a reasonable temperature level. We now have a need to make
 improvements to the mechanical systems to provide adequate cooling in the rooms.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The data/computer center was originally served by the CRCU units, over time the system has been modified and mixed with overhead supply air
 and return air system served by a multi-zone unit. The increase in outside ventilation air has resulted in the loss of control of humidity levels. The
 air supply is not preconditioned to data room conditions. The CRCU units are not set up to provide latent cooling or removal of moisture from the
 air. The use of added reheat coils to address comfort would waste energy. Currently there exists no automated backup system, Property
 Management provides back up cooling manually after an alarm contacts them.

 The data center rooms suffer from a mechanical system that is a combination of several systems over time. Many of these systems are old and
 have reached the end of their useful life. In addition, there is no automated backup cooling system, so in the event of equipment failure, the
 temperature in the rooms can rise very quickly.
 As part of a study of the basement areas, Buetow and Associates have made recommendations for mechanical system improvements for cooling
 in the data center rooms.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $728,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                 2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                           2010             $328,000                  2014                     $0

                                                                           2011             $400,000             2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $728,000
                                                                           2012                    $0          Project Total            $728,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                    $100,000
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Other                                     $60,000
 3 . Furniture & Office Equipment              $18,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

 4 . Buildings & Structures                   $550,000                                                      TOTAL:

                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:        $728,000
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                            TOTAL:

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                             73
                                                    Anoka County                                                                         ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           I.S. Server Room Mechanical Upgrades                       Start Date                 01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              Courthouse & Government Center                             Est. Completion Date       12/31/2010
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                       Priority                   1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-07                                                             Cost Center                0810


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010           2011            2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                          TOTAL
Other                                                           $0      $60,000                $0               $0               $0         $60,000
Professional Services                                           $0     $100,000                $0               $0               $0        $100,000
Furniture & Office Equipment                                    $0      $18,000                $0               $0               $0          $18,000
Buildings & Structures                                   $328,000      $222,000                $0               $0               $0        $550,000
                          Total Costs                    $328,000      $400,000                $0               $0               $0        $728,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                      $328,000      $400,000                $0               $0               $0        $728,000
                         Total Funding                   $328,000      $400,000                $0               $0               $0        $728,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Much of the mechanical HVAC equipment is beyond life expectancy, which is becoming increasingly unreliable, energy inefficient, and most costly
 to maintain. As the County technology needs increase and the system application requirements grow to meet this demand, there will be a higher
 demand for server and network equipment. With the centralization of the network infrastructure equipment and servers, we will have in excess of
 90 servers as well as the County’s core network equipment in the data center rooms. Due to growth in technology needs in the County, there will
 be an increased demand for an adequate cooling system.



CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The data center rooms suffer from a mechanical system that is a combination of several systems over time. Many of these systems are old and
 have reached the end of their useful life. Also, there is no automated backup cooling system, so in the event of equipment failure, the temperature
 in the rooms can rise very quickly



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 While there are two data center rooms, this project includes recommendations to upgrade the mechanical systems that support both rooms, to
 make more efficient use of the equipment and to allow for backup cooling in the case of failure.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                          74
                                                   Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Government Center HVAC & Jail DDC Upgrades                 Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            Courthouse & Government Center                             Est. Completion Date        12/31/2010
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                       Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-08                                                           Cost Center                 0810

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                               $0.00
 The intent of this project is to upgrade the existing Government Center and Jail’s HVAC equipment controls with today’s technology and integrate
 into FM&C’s building automation system located in the north and south mechanical rooms at the Anoka County Government Center.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The controls and logic for the Government Center HVAC Mammoth Systems is based on original equipment installed in 1991 and becoming
 increasingly difficult and expensive to maintain, due to obsolescence of the central processing unit (CPU). This processor is no longer supported
 by Mammoth. The controls for the Jail HVAC equipment are currently pneumatic, with no way of being controlled remotely. This upgrade would
 allow FM&C to control and monitor this equipment more efficiently and economically as we can with our building automation system.
   The controls and logic for the Government Center HVAC Mammoth Systems is based on original equipment installed in 1991 and becoming
 increasingly difficult and expensive to maintain, due to obsolescence of the central processing unit (CPU). This processor is no longer supported
 by Mammoth. The controls for the Jail HVAC equipment are currently pneumatic, with no way of being controlled remotely. This upgrade would
 allow FM&C to control and monitor this equipment more efficiently and economically as we can with our building automation system.
 The controls and logic for the Government Center HVAC Mammoth Systems is based on original equipment installed in 1991 and becoming
 increasingly difficult and expensive to maintain, due to obsolescence of the central processing unit (CPU). This processor is no longer supported
 by Mammoth. The controls for the Jail HVAC equipment are currently pneumatic, with no way of being controlled remotely. This upgrade would
 allow FM&C to control and monitor this equipment more efficiently and economically as we can with our building automation system.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                    Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                          $121,482      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                  THROUGH 2009                   $0                2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                  $0
                                                                         2010             $121,482                 2014                    $0

                                                                         2011                    $0           2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                               $121,482
                                                                         2012                    $0         Project Total           $121,482


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                            Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                  Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Buildings & Structures                  $121,482
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:

               Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $121,482                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                         TOTAL:

                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                         TOTAL:

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                         75
                                                    Anoka County                                                                   ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Government Center HVAC & Jail DDC Upgrades            Start Date                 01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              Courthouse & Government Center                        Est. Completion Date       12/31/2010
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                  Priority                   1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-08                                                        Cost Center                0810


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010       2011            2012            2013              2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                    TOTAL
Buildings & Structures                                   $121,482          $0              $0              $0                $0      $121,482
                          Total Costs                    $121,482          $0              $0              $0                $0        $121,482


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                      $121,482          $0              $0              $0                $0        $121,482
                         Total Funding                   $121,482          $0              $0              $0                $0        $121,482




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The electronic controls that operate the HVAC equipment at the Anoka County Government Center are stand alone, meaning they are not
 integrated with the building automation system. The CPU, Central Processing Unit, is no longer supported by Mammoth.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The HVAC system, fans, compressors, and pumps are in good condition, the computer (CPU) and controls are obsolete.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                    76
                                             Anoka County                                                             ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Government Center HVAC & Jail DDC Upgrades           Start Date              01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT        Courthouse & Government Center                       Est. Completion Date    12/31/2010
CATEGORY          BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                 Priority                1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-08                                                 Cost Center             0810



                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

The project consists of upgrading the CPU’s and related controls for both the north and south Mammoth units and interface to
the building automation system for more reliable control.




                                                                                                                      77
                                          Anoka County                                            ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Government Center HVAC & Jail DDC Upgrades   Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center                 Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                           Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-08                                        Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                  78
                                                    Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Parking Ramp Restoration                                      Start Date                   01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            County Parking Ramp                                           Est. Completion Date         12/31/2010
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                          Priority                     1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-09                                                              Cost Center                  0816

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                                   $0.00
 This project consists of expansion joint replacement, repairs/replacement to double tee steel stabilizers, double tee caulk joints, pour strips,
 concrete spaulding, and sealant at the Anoka County Parking Ramp at 235 East Main. Included in the request are provisions to replace must of
 the steel electrical conduit with PVC and to remove and replace two concrete landings in the west stair tower.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The intent of this restoration project is to preserve the County Parking Structure and stair towers by slowing the natural deterioration that occurs
 from weather, road salt, and use.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $197,148       PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009                    $0                 2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                    $0
                                                                           2010              $197,148                  2014                    $0

                                                                           2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $197,148
                                                                           2012                     $0         Project Total            $197,148


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Other                                     $19,128
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Furniture & Office Equipment              $35,500
 3 . Buildings & Structures                   $142,520                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                            TOTAL:
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:        $197,148
                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                            TOTAL:

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                                 NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                             79
                                                    Anoka County                                                                      ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Parking Ramp Restoration                                Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              County Parking Ramp                                     Est. Completion Date        12/31/2010
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                    Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-09                                                          Cost Center                 0816


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010         2011            2012             2013            2014         FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                      TOTAL
Other                                                     $19,128            $0              $0               $0              $0        $19,128
Furniture & Office Equipment                              $35,500            $0              $0               $0              $0         $35,500
Buildings & Structures                                   $142,520            $0              $0               $0              $0        $142,520
                          Total Costs                    $197,148            $0              $0               $0              $0        $197,148


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                      $197,148            $0              $0               $0              $0        $197,148
                         Total Funding                   $197,148            $0              $0               $0              $0        $197,148




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 There are 1037 parking spaces in the county parking ramp.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The county parking ramp was constructed in 1982 with a 4th level added in 1990. A renovation project was started in 2005 and completed in 2006
 at a cost of $230,000. The parking facility is structurally in good condition and with this renovation will enable FM&C to provide preventative
 maintenance at an annual cost of $10,000 to $15,000.



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                       80
                                              Anoka County                                                                ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Parking Ramp Restoration                              Start Date               01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT         County Parking Ramp                                   Est. Completion Date     12/31/2010
CATEGORY           BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                  Priority                 1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-09                                                   Cost Center              0816



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

This restoration project consists of replacing 3 expansion joins, repairs or replacement of double tee steel stabilizers, double
tee caulk joins, pour strip coating, concrete spaulding, and concrete sealant. Also replacement of rusted out electrical conduit
and concrete replacement of two landings in the west stair tower.




                                                                                                                          81
                                          Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Parking Ramp Restoration          Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     County Parking Ramp                Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT               Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-09                            Cost Center            0816

                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                      82
                                          Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Parking Ramp Restoration          Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     County Parking Ramp                Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT               Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-09                            Cost Center            0816

                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                      83
                                          Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Parking Ramp Restoration          Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     County Parking Ramp                Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT               Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-09                            Cost Center            0816

                          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                      84
                                                   Anoka County                                                                         ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Security Enhancements Phase ll                            Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            Courthouse & Government Center                            Est. Completion Date        12/31/2010
  CATEGORY              BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                      Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-10                                                          Cost Center                 0810

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                          PRIOR YEARS:                                 $0.00
 This phase of security enhancements consists mainly of cameras, digital recording, and enhanced security lighting in parking areas. Locations
 include the Parking Ramp, Government Center Complex, Jail, Libraries, and License Centers.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The present CCTV systems consist of a mix of digital and analog cameras, along with a mix of outdated recording technology, which has become
 obsolete and expensive to maintain.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                   Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $357,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                 THROUGH 2009                  $0                 2013                   $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                 $0
                                                                        2010                   $0                 2014                   $0

                                                                        2011             $357,000           2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $357,000
                                                                        2012                   $0          Project Total          $357,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                           Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                 Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                   $30,000
                                                                    A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Other                                   $17,000
 3 . Buildings & Structures                 $310,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                       TOTAL:
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:      $357,000
                                                                    C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                    D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                       TOTAL:

                                                                     NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                             NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                       85
                                                    Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Security Enhancements Phase ll                              Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              Courthouse & Government Center                              Est. Completion Date        12/31/2010
  CATEGORY                BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                                        Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-10                                                              Cost Center                 0810


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010            2011             2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
Other                                                           $0       $17,000                 $0               $0               $0         $17,000
Professional Services                                           $0       $30,000                 $0               $0               $0          $30,000
Buildings & Structures                                          $0      $310,000                 $0               $0               $0        $310,000
                          Total Costs                           $0      $357,000                 $0               $0               $0        $357,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                             $0      $357,000                 $0               $0               $0        $357,000
                         Total Funding                          $0      $357,000                 $0               $0               $0        $357,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 IP technology is digital video over a network system that is expandable to all county facilities supported by IS. This type of system is totally
 supported in-house with no need for service contracts. Existing analog technology is expensive to maintain, troubleshoot, repair, and replace.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Outdated, inconsistent, poor-quality video, unreliable, and expensive to maintain.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                            86
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Security Enhancements Phase ll    Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Courthouse & Government Center      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
CATEGORY       BUILDING & EQUIPMENT                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-10                             Cost Center            0810

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       87
Anoka County                                                                                                                                                           ADOPTED
2010 - 2014             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                                                 21-Jan-2010



                                                                                    LIBRARY
    Project Costs
           Project Funding                                                   2010               2011               2012              2013               2014              TOTAL
                                                                             CIB                CIP                CIP               CIP                CIP                CIP

 ( 1)   East Anoka County Library                                                $0                 $0      $5,365,000        $4,317,850                   $0      $9,682,850
            G.O. Library Bonds 20yr                                               $0                $0         $5,365,000        $4,317,850                 $0         $9,682,850

        Northtown Roof Section Replacement                               $265,000                   $0                $0                 $0                $0          $265,000
            G.O. Library Bonds 10yr                                         $265,000                $0                 $0                $0                 $0            $265,000

        Energy Management Impr. Library                                  $706,461                   $0                $0                 $0                $0          $706,461
            G.O. Library Bonds 10yr                                         $706,461                $0                 $0                $0                 $0            $706,461


 TOTAL COSTS LIBRARY                                                     $971,461                   $0      $5,365,000        $4,317,850                   $0     $10,654,311

 NEW DEBT SERVICE LEVY IMPACT
 East Anoka County Library
    G.O. Library Bonds 20yr                                                       $0                $0          $429,200          $774,600          $774,600
 Northtown Roof Section Replacement
     G.O. Library Bonds 10yr                                                $34,450           $34,450            $34,450           $34,450            $34,450
 Energy Management Impr. Library
    G.O. Library Bonds 10yr                                                 $91,800           $91,800            $91,800           $91,800            $91,800

TOTAL NEW LEVY LIBRARY                                                     $126,250          $126,250           $555,450          $900,850           $900,850




        Projected Debt Service Levy:                    $913,324          $1,191,136        $1,185,406        $1,612,555         $1,957,044        $1,954,790




    ( 1) Cty Bd is in charge of const.and expansion with Lib. Brd (LB)advice and turn it over to the (LB) upon completion. Cty policy makers, ie.,the Fin. & Cap. Impr.
          Comm.members and 1 or 2 LB members would provide oversite prior to and during construction.

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                                                    Anoka County                                                                                ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         East Anoka County Library                                      Start Date                   01/02/2006
  DEPARTMENT            Administration                                                 Est. Completion Date         10/31/2011
  CATEGORY              LIBRARY                                                        Priority                     1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-04                                                               Cost Center                  4101

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                       $3,174,425.00
 Construction of a 30,000 square foot library building to serve the eastern section of Anoka County along the I35W corridor. Site of 9.41 acres has
 been purchased near the intersection of I35W and County Road 23. Project plans call for inclusion of rental space for a coffee shop with drive
 through window services.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Construction of a 30,000 square foot building along the I-35W corridor would provide better service to the residents of eastern Anoka County. The
 facility would replace the current 6,300 square foot building in Circle Pines. One of Anoka County’s fastest growing areas, the population in
 eastern Anoka County is still projected to increase approximately 30% by the year 2020. A large library in this locale with easy freeway access
 would better serve the needs of area residents. A chart projecting population growth is included with the program narrative. Changes in library
 technology allow ACL to provide better library service from larger, rather than smaller library buildings. (Circulation increased when the Rum River
 Library replaced three smaller libraries in 2000.) Larger libraries provide both expanded choices that library customers value and economies of
 scale that allow the library to remain fiscally prudent.

 The cost of acquisition of 9.41 acres near the intersection of I35W and County Road 23 is included. Opportunities exist for partnerships and will be
 pursued to limit costs. Up to 2 acres of the site is available for sale to help reduce land expenses.

 The cost of an “opening day” collection is included. All of the materials from the existing Centennial (Circle Pines) Library will be transferred to the
 new building. However, this is only one-third of the items needed for a regional library. When the Rum River Library was built, all branch libraries
 had materials harvested from their collections. With most of the available materials previously gleaned, the East Anoka Library must have new
 materials. Also included is the purchase of an automated materials handling system that, along with a proposed restructuring of staff, would allow
 the library system to serve a third large building with modest increases in personnel costs.


Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $12,857,275      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009           $3,174,425                   2013              $4,317,850
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                           $3,174,425
                                                                            2010                     $0                 2014                     $0

                                                                            2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                  $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                               $9,682,850
                                                                            2012           $5,365,000           Project Total            $12,857,275


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                     $618,750
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                          $620,754
 2 . Other                                   $1,155,600
 3 . Furniture & Office Equipment            $1,374,500                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                       $322,695

 4 . Buildings & Structures                  $6,534,000                                                      TOTAL:                            $943,449

                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                  $28,000
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $9,682,850
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                             $28,000

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                       $915,449

                                                                                                  NEW POSITIONS:           12.5




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                                                     Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           East Anoka County Library                                      Start Date                  01/02/2006
  DEPARTMENT              Administration                                                 Est. Completion Date        10/31/2011
  CATEGORY                LIBRARY                                                        Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-04                                                                 Cost Center                 4101


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010              2011              2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                               TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0                $0        $493,875          $124,875                $0        $618,750
Other                                                           $0                $0         $65,000        $1,090,600                $0      $1,155,600
Furniture & Office Equipment                                    $0                $0                $0      $1,374,500                $0      $1,374,500
Buildings & Structures                                          $0                $0      $4,806,125        $1,727,875                $0      $6,534,000
                          Total Costs                           $0                $0      $5,365,000        $4,317,850                $0      $9,682,850


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Library Bonds 20yr                                         $0                $0      $5,365,000        $4,317,850                $0      $9,682,850
                         Total Funding                          $0                $0      $5,365,000        $4,317,850                $0      $9,682,850




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The present 6,300 square foot facility is too small to meet current needs. Although the current library shares a lovely site with the Circle Pines City
 Hall, it is not geographically situated in the center of the area where the greatest growth will occur nor does it provide easy access to the majority of
 these residents. The Centennial Library has an average of 50.3 customers walk through its doors per hour which translates into the fourth highest
 number of daily visits (behind Northtown at 100.5 per hour, Rum River at 97.4 per hour, and Crooked Lake at 52.2 ) yet has the third lowest number
 of square feet. While the current population of the service area is approximately 42,600, estimates predict that the area will reach at least 57,000
 by 2030. Standards for the size of library branches suggest between .5-.7 square feet per person. By this standard, the current library should be
 at least 21,300 square feet now with growth requiring a minimum of 28,500 square feet by 2030. Both the Rum River and Northtown Libraries
 exceed 30,000 square feet. Use projections for East Anoka Regional Library anticipate equivalent usage patterns. Therefore, this CIP request is
 based upon a 30,000 square foot building rather than the 25,000 square foot building originally requested.

CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing building is small but in fairly good physical condition following extensive building repair in 1990.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Partnerships are being sought for the new building. One possibility would be to rent a portion of the building to a coffee shop. This possibility
 would recoup the initial investment in the additional space of a 30,000 square foot building and provide for a steady source of revenue.




  Footnote: Cty Bd is in charge of const.and expansion with Lib. Brd (LB)advice and turn it over to the (LB) upon completion. Cty policy makers,
  ie.,the Fin. & Cap. Impr. Comm.members and 1 or 2 LB members would provide oversite prior to and during construction.

                                                                                                                                               90
                                               Anoka County                                                                   ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       East Anoka County Library                                 Start Date              01/02/2006
DEPARTMENT     Administration                                                 Est. Completion Date    10/31/2011
CATEGORY       LIBRARY                                                        Priority                1
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-04                                                        Cost Center             4101

                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
   NEED

   Anoka County Library has changed significantly since 1980. It has added the city of Anoka and grown from 160,335
   residents in 1980 to approximately 323,996 in 2005 or almost double the population. The eastern part of the county,
                                                                                                                                 th
   especially the community of Lino Lakes, has also had considerable growth. By 2030 this community is likely to be the 5
                                                                                                                              th
   largest in the county. If the population of the town of Centerville is included in the calculation, the area will be the 4
   largest.

   There are currently 16,479 households in the East Anoka Library Branch Service Area. The Census revealed household
   counts of 14,912 in 2000, up from 10,866 in 1990, representing a change of 37.23%. It is estimated that the number of
   households in this area will be 18,091 in 2010, representing a change of 9.78% from the current year. For the current
   year, the average household size in this area is 2.99 persons. The Anoka County AUAR from September of 2005 notes
   that the residential growth is expected to continue until 2030 when all residential units will be fully absorbed.

   It is this tremendous growth and the inadequacy of the current building to meet this growth that is driving the Library Board
   to focus on eastern Anoka County for its next expansion.




    2030 Regional Development Framework - Revised Forecasts as of December 10, 2008

                                                        POPULATION
                                          2000          2010          2020            2030
    Blaine (5% of total)                  2,251         3,240         3,805           3,900
    Centerville                           3,202         3,700         4,100           4,700
    Circle Pines                          4,663         5,400         5,300           5,400
    Columbus Twp.                         3,957         4,000         4,240           4,680
    Lexington                             2,142         2,250         2,250           2,300
    Lino Lakes                          16,791        23,700        27,500          31,300
    Linwood Twp.                          4,668         4,920         5,000           5,400
                                        37,674        47,210        52,195          57,680

   Libraries are evolving as technology advances and customer expectations alter. The Library has developed a strategic
   plan to determine how best to meet residents’ changing needs. One factor is clear, however, from other communities –
   the role a library plays as a community gathering place is expanding. How customers interact with library space is also
   altering expectations and changing building footprints. Flexibility will be key in planning buildings and services.




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                                                Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE        East Anoka County Library                                   Start Date                  01/02/2006
DEPARTMENT     Administration                                                    Est. Completion Date        10/31/2011
CATEGORY       LIBRARY                                                           Priority                    1
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-04                                                           Cost Center                 4101

                                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
 LAND ACQUISITON COSTS

 Location is an important consideration for a library facility. For some library users, the library is the destination. However,
 more customers are seeking to combine trips to retail outlets, other destinations and the library. Locating the library in a
 mixed use area of residential and retail functions ensures that funds spent on library services are well used. The Library
 Board based their selection of the location upon presentations done by interested communities, best practices for selecting library
 locations, and a study from the McComb Group, Ltd. (A copy of that study is on file both in the library and county administrative
 offices.) This has meant greater initial outlay in land acquisition but results in significant return on investment over the
 anticipated life of the building. The building, drive-through and parking lot will not require all 9.41 acres. It is hoped that
 approximately 2 acres can be sold to help defray the land acquisition costs.

 CONSTRUCTION COSTS

 The 2008 “RS Means Building Construction Cost Data” indicates that the median cost for library construction nationally
 was between $148 to $195 per square foot. Based upon consultation with Facilities Management, the Library Director
 recommends $180 per square foot for construction costs. Other prices have risen exponentially pushing up the cost of
 the construction considerably. Library administration and the Library Board are committed to finding the most cost
 effective solutions for providing service in eastern Anoka County and will continue to search for appropriate economies.

 NONCONSTRUCTION COSTS

 Libraries depend upon technology to allow their staff to be more effective in meeting customer needs while mitigating
 increased staff costs. Customers have come to expect that they will be able to serve themselves. In order to accomplish
 this, libraries face a continuous need to invest in new technology. An automated materials handling system, (AMH) is one
 option that may help lower necessary staff increases. Over the life of the equipment, the return on investment in the form
 of greater efficiencies and reduction in staffing increases is projected to pay for the initial costs. Automated material
 handling system costs vary widely depending on the size of the installation, the distance that materials must travel within
 the building, and the complexity of the tasks assigned. For planning purposes, it is estimated that costs will be
 approximately $350,000.

 Despite new expectations from customers, libraries must still provide adequate materials to meet residents’ needs.
 Therefore, a request for a minimum of $315,000 for an opening day collection is included in this request. The annual
 operating budget’s allocation for materials must also increase. (It is currently the lowest per capita in the metro area.)

 EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET

 Library administration will reorganize the staffing structure. It is anticipated that the new structure will reallocate staff to assist
 customers with technology while librarians will be assigned tasks that require greater professional skills. The
 reorganization will help mitigate the new staff costs a larger, busier building will require. The current library in Circle Pines
                                                                                                             st
 will be closed in September in the final year of construction. The new library will open by November 1 of that year.
 Anticipated additional operating costs the first year will be $423,800. The following year the additional costs will be
 approximately $961,145.

 RETURN ON INVESTMENT

 A number of national studies have found that libraries return a minimum of $4.25 for every $1.00 invested. Libraries serve
 as community resources in the local economy and business development as well as providing life-long education, literacy,
 recreation, information and cultural assets for the community.




                                                                                                                                       92
                                               Anoka County                                                      ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    East Anoka County Library                                   Start Date             01/02/2006
DEPARTMENT     Administration                                                Est. Completion Date   10/31/2011
CATEGORY       LIBRARY                                                       Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-04                                                       Cost Center            4101

                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
                     Project Costs for Eastern Anoka
                              Area Library
                                 Construction

                                                GSF Sq. ft           30000
                                                  PSF cost           $180
                     Construction Cost                          $5,400,000

                                                  Site prep      $540,000

                                                  Inflation           10%

                     Total construction                         $6,534,000


                     Land Acquisition
                                                  # of acres          9.41
                                                  Cost/acre      $326,700

                     Total land cost                            $3,074,300


                     Potential sale
                                          Unused acreage               2.2
                                        Selling price/sq. ft       $10.50
                                       Potential sale price     $1,006,236


                             Non-construction costs

                     Professional services                       $594,000
                     Reimbursable expenses                        $20,000
                     Furnishings
                                                  PSF cost            $19
                                       Total Furnishings         $570,000
                     Building permit                              $40,000
                     SAC/WAC
                                             Fixture costs         $1,800
                                               # of fixtures            14
                     Total SAC/WAC                                $25,200
                     Technology
                                                Cost PSF              $14
                     Standard technology                         $427,500
                     Automated Materials Handling                $350,000
                                 Total Technology costs          $777,500
                     Moving                                       $40,000
                     Signage                                      $35,000
                     Misc.                                        $45,000
                     Advertisement                                 $9,000
                     Opening Day Collection                      $315,000
                     Design/construction contingency             $653,400


                                 Building Total                 $9,608,300
                              Non-building Total                $3,124,100

                     Grand total                               $12,732,400




                                                                                                                 93
                                                 Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                             2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                 2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        East Anoka County Library                       Start Date             01/02/2006
  DEPARTMENT           Administration                                  Est. Completion Date   10/31/2011
  CATEGORY       LIBRARY                                               Priority               1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-04                                               Cost Center            4101




                              EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                        # OF        YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING         TOTAL
     NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS       NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE          COSTS



        PERMANENT

Librarian II                             2.00         8/2011        $60,956     100%      County            $121,912
Librarian IV - Branch Supv.              1.00         6/2011        $77,401     100%      County             $77,401
Library Assoc.                           3.00         8/2011        $51,105     100%      County            $153,315
Library Circulation Sup.                 1.00         7/2011        $47,472     100%      County             $47,472
Library Service Asst. II                 3.00         8/2011        $37,648     100%      County            $112,944
Library Service Asst. IV                 1.00         8/2011        $41,309     100%      County             $41,309


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                              1.50         11/2011       $44,267     100%      County             $66,401



           Subtotal Salary Costs         12.50                     $360,158                                 $620,754




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                        $26,500
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                         $294,195
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                        $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                      $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                       $2,000

                              SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                               $322,695

      Increase in County Revenue                                                                  $28,000
      Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                    $0

                              SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                              ($28,000)


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                $915,449



                                                                                                             94
                                                    Anoka County                                                                                ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Northtown Roof Section Replacement                             Start Date                   01/01/2008
  DEPARTMENT            Northtown Branch                                               Est. Completion Date         07/31/2010
  CATEGORY              LIBRARY                                                        Priority                     2
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-20                                                               Cost Center                  4310

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                                     $0.00
 Replace the 20,000 square foot rubber ballast roof with a modified built up roof on a section of the Northtown Library located at 711 County Road
 10 NE in Blaine.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The Northtown Library has several different types of roofing with the original building using a modified built up roofing system installed in 1987. The
 building was added to and remodeled in 1990. The new section of the building has a single ply rubber ballast roof of approximately 20,000 square
 feet. It was inspected when the warranty ended in 2001 and some shrinkage was noted. In 2006, 2007, and 2008 minor repairs were made. The
 roof will be nearing the end of its reliable life within the next year. Replacing the rubber roof with a modified built up roof system will both provide a
 consistent roofing system and ensure that this section of roofing will maintain its integrity for the next 30 years.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                            $265,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009                     $0                 2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                    $0
                                                                            2010              $265,000                  2014                     $0

                                                                            2011                     $0            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                 $265,000
                                                                            2012                     $0          Project Total            $265,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                      $19,700
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                  $0
 2 . Buildings & Structures                    $245,300
                                                                        B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                               $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $265,000
                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                       $0
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                              $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                              $0

                                                                                                  NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                               95
                                                    Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Northtown Roof Section Replacement                         Start Date                  01/01/2008
  DEPARTMENT              Northtown Branch                                           Est. Completion Date        07/31/2010
  CATEGORY                LIBRARY                                                    Priority                    2
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-20                                                             Cost Center                 4310


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010           2011             2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                           TOTAL
Professional Services                                     $19,700              $0               $0               $0               $0         $19,700
Buildings & Structures                                   $245,300              $0               $0               $0               $0        $245,300
                          Total Costs                    $265,000              $0               $0               $0               $0        $265,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Library Bonds 10yr                                  $265,000              $0               $0               $0               $0        $265,000
                         Total Funding                   $265,000              $0               $0               $0               $0        $265,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Budgeting a replacement of this roof section within the next two years should ensure that the replacement occurs prior to significant expenditures
 to patch leaks and repair building and content damage caused by failure of the rubber work.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Acceptable but areas of shrinkage have been noted with a skylight providing an opportunity for leakage problems. Minor leaks were repaired in
 2006, 2007, and 2008.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Existing structure




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                           96
                                               Anoka County                                                                 ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Northtown Roof Section Replacement                     Start Date                01/01/2008
DEPARTMENT         Northtown Branch                                       Est. Completion Date      07/31/2010
CATEGORY           LIBRARY                                                Priority                  2
PROJECT NUMBER 2007-20                                                    Cost Center               4310



                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

A single ply rubber ballast roof of 20,000 square feet was installed in 1990 over a remodeled section of the Northtown Library.
Its normal life expectancy is 20 years. Replacement with a modified built up roofing system will provide greater protection over
a longer period of time.

Preference is for specifications and bids to be submitted as soon as possible in 2010 in order to expedite installation prior to
the end of the school year. This will provide an opportunity to gain cost efficiencies.




                                                                                                                            97
                                                Anoka County                                               ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Northtown Roof Section Replacement               Start Date             01/01/2008
 DEPARTMENT           Northtown Branch                                 Est. Completion Date   07/31/2010
 CATEGORY       LIBRARY                                                Priority               2
 PROJECT NUMBER 2007-20                                                Cost Center            4310




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF         YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING      TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS        NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE       COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               00            $0       0%      0                     $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                             $0                                     $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                           $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                    $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                         $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                    $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                      $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                   $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                  $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                    $0



                                                                                                           98
                                                    Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Energy Management Impr. Library                                Start Date                   01/01/2007
  DEPARTMENT            Building & Overhead                                            Est. Completion Date         12/31/2010
  CATEGORY              LIBRARY                                                        Priority                     6
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-14                                                               Cost Center                  4110

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                            $546,926.00

 This project is the result of the study conducted in 2003 that included the Library as part of all Anoka County Buildings. That study evaluated the
 mechanical, electrical, ventilation and temperature control systems for efficient operation and recommended upgrades. The project was originally
 proposed in three phases; the Library is part of the third phase. Not all Library buildings are included; only those with the highest priority needs are
 included at this time.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Anoka County Library’s buildings are aging; most were either constructed or renovated in the 1980’s. It is time to look at methods to improve
 efficiencies and minimize staff requirements. Implementation of the Library’s portion of the Energy Management Improvements project will improve
 operational efficiencies of the staff and will modernize the aging energy components; thus reducing high repair costs and improving the comfort
 level of the building.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                          $1,253,387      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009             $546,926                   2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                             $546,926
                                                                            2010             $706,461                   2014                     $0

                                                                            2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                  $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                 $706,461
                                                                            2012                     $0         Project Total            $1,253,387


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Improvements                              $706,461
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                 $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $706,461                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                              $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                      $0
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                          $4,314

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                              $4,314

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                        ($4,314)

                                                                                                  NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                               99
                                                    Anoka County                                                                         ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Energy Management Impr. Library                             Start Date                  01/01/2007
  DEPARTMENT              Building & Overhead                                         Est. Completion Date        12/31/2010
  CATEGORY                LIBRARY                                                     Priority                    6
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-14                                                              Cost Center                 4110


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                 2010             2011             2012             2013             2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                          TOTAL
Improvements                                            $706,461                $0               $0               $0               $0      $706,461
                          Total Costs                   $706,461                $0               $0               $0               $0     $706,461


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Library Bonds 10yr                                 $706,461                $0               $0               $0               $0     $706,461
                      Total Funding                     $706,461                $0               $0               $0               $0     $706,461




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The County wisely invested in the first and second phases of the three phase upgrade, which reduced the demand for energy. This is the third and
 final phase of the project which is vital to the overall performance of the HVAC infrastructure of the Library buildings.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Boilers in Mississippi, Crooked Lake, and Northtown Libraries are showing signs of 30+ years of age with evidence of rust and repair problems
 increasing. Air handler at Mississippi Branch Library is experiencing problems. LSS Board Room is very cold which would be addressed by the
 improvement. DDC and BMS operations should always be examined for improvements and greater cost savings.



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Not applicable. However, sharing expertise between staff in the Library and the County will result in more efficiencies.




 Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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101
                                                Anoka County                                                   ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Energy Management Impr. Library                      Start Date             01/01/2007
 DEPARTMENT           Building & Overhead                                  Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
 CATEGORY       LIBRARY                                                    Priority               6
 PROJECT NUMBER 2009-14                                                    Cost Center            4110




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                       TOTAL
                                                                     EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF             YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS            NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00                0                $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                                 $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                               $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                    $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                           $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                        $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                             $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                         $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                          $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                    $4,314

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                  ($4,314)


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                   ($4,314)



                                                                                                               102
Anoka County                                                                                                                                                            ADOPTED
2010 - 2014              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                                                    26-Jan-2010



                                                                               ROAD & BRIDGE
    Project Costs
          Project Funding                                                       2010               2011             2012              2013               2014             TOTAL
                                                                                CIB                CIP              CIP               CIP                CIP               CIP

 ( 2)   CSAH 78 (Hanson Blvd) Rail Grade Separation                          $50,000                   $0       $830,000       $2,300,000         $7,550,000       $10,730,000
           BNSF                                                                     $0                  $0              $0                $0           $700,000            $700,000
           City Participation (Road & Bridge)                                       $0                  $0              $0        $1,150,000                 $0          $1,150,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                       $50,000                  $0        $830,000        $1,150,000           $550,000          $2,580,000
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                                  $0                  $0              $0                $0         $5,600,000          $5,600,000
           State (Mn/DOT)                                                           $0                  $0              $0                $0           $700,000            $700,000
 ( 2)   Northerly Bypass I-35W/I-35E                                                $0         $600,000        $1,000,000      $1,000,000         $1,000,000         $3,600,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                             $0          $120,000                $0               $0                 $0            $120,000
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                                   $0          $480,000                $0               $0                 $0            $480,000
           State (Met Council)                                                       $0                $0        $1,000,000       $1,000,000         $1,000,000          $3,000,000
 ( 2)   TH 10 Interchanges - City of Ramsey                                         $0                 $0      $1,500,000     $30,000,000        $30,000,000       $61,500,000
           City Participation (Road & Bridge)                                        $0                 $0         $75,000        $1,500,000         $1,500,000          $3,075,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                             $0                 $0         $75,000        $1,500,000         $1,500,000          $3,075,000
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                                   $0                 $0        $750,000       $15,000,000        $15,000,000         $30,750,000
           State (Mn/DOT)                                                            $0                 $0        $600,000       $12,000,000        $12,000,000         $24,600,000
        Southeast Vehicle & Salt Facility                                           $0         $250,000         $150,000       $1,255,000                    $0      $1,655,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                             $0          $250,000         $150,000                $0                 $0            $400,000
           G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                                       $0                $0               $0        $1,255,000                 $0          $1,255,000
 ( 2)   CSAH 14 (Main Street)-Crane St. to Ulysses St.                   $2,100,000        $12,350,000         $3,830,000     $12,200,000         $8,100,000       $38,580,000
           BNSF                                                               $120,000           $500,000                $0               $0                 $0            $620,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                      $480,000                 $0                $0               $0                 $0            $480,000
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                                  $0                 $0        $2,025,000               $0                 $0          $2,025,000
           State Turnback (Mn/DOT)                                          $1,500,000        $11,850,000        $1,805,000      $12,200,000         $8,100,000         $35,455,000
 ( 2)   CSAH 52/116, Main St. to TH 65                                   $6,830,000                    $0               $0                $0                 $0      $6,830,000
           City Participation                                                 $430,000                  $0              $0                $0                 $0            $430,000
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                          $6,400,000                  $0              $0                $0                 $0          $6,400,000
 ( 3)   CSAH 14 (Main Street) Turnback - Thrush to Crane $11,880,000                                   $0               $0                $0                 $0    $11,880,000
           City Participation (Road & Bridge)                                 $200,000                  $0              $0                $0                 $0            $200,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                            $0                  $0              $0                $0                 $0                  $0
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                          $5,830,000                  $0              $0                $0                 $0          $5,830,000
           State Turnback (Mn/DOT)                                          $5,850,000                  $0              $0                $0                 $0          $5,850,000
 ( 2)   CSAH 17 (Lexington), Main to Bunker                                         $0      $1,200,000        $11,600,000                 $0                 $0    $12,800,000
           City Participation (Road & Bridge)                                        $0                $0          $800,000               $0                 $0            $800,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                             $0        $1,200,000                $0               $0                 $0          $1,200,000
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                                   $0                $0        $5,837,000               $0                 $0          $5,837,000
           G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                                       $0                $0        $4,963,000               $0                 $0          $4,963,000
 ( 2)   TH 10 Interchange - Thurston/Fairoak                                        $0                 $0      $9,000,000     $24,000,000        $91,000,000 $124,000,000
           City Participation (Road & Bridge)                                        $0                 $0         $450,000       $1,200,000         $4,550,000          $6,200,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                             $0                 $0         $450,000       $1,200,000         $4,550,000          $6,200,000
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                                   $0                 $0       $4,500,000      $12,000,000        $45,500,000         $62,000,000
           State (Mn/DOT)                                                            $0                 $0       $3,600,000       $9,600,000        $36,400,000         $49,600,000
 ( 2)   CSAH 116 (Bunker), Sunfish to Thurston                             $350,000         $7,800,000                  $0                $0                 $0      $8,150,000
           City Participation (Road & Bridge)                                       $0           $800,000               $0                $0                 $0            $800,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                      $350,000                 $0               $0                $0                 $0            $350,000
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                                  $0         $3,400,000               $0                $0                 $0          $3,400,000
           G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                                      $0         $3,600,000               $0                $0                 $0          $3,600,000
        CSAH 116 (Bunker), 7th Ave to 38th Ave                             $500,000                    $0       $200,000       $5,255,000                    $0      $5,955,000
           City Participation (Road & Bridge)                                       $0                  $0              $0          $158,000                 $0            $158,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                      $500,000                  $0        $200,000                $0                 $0            $700,000
           Federal (Road & Bridge)                                                  $0                  $0              $0        $4,204,000                 $0          $4,204,000
           G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                                      $0                  $0              $0          $893,000                 $0            $893,000
 ( 2)   Bridge Replacements                                              $1,250,000         $1,250,000         $1,250,000      $1,000,000                    $0      $4,750,000
           County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                      $750,000           $750,000         $750,000          $500,000                 $0          $2,750,000
           State                                                              $500,000           $500,000         $500,000          $500,000                 $0          $2,000,000




    ( 2) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)
    ( 3) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and Municipality). In addition, the State agrees to study assuming jurisdiction of CSAH 22
         (Viking Blvd)
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Anoka County                                                                                                                                                           ADOPTED
2010 - 2014           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                                                      26-Jan-2010



                                                                              ROAD & BRIDGE
   Project Costs
       Project Funding                                                         2010               2011             2012              2013               2014             TOTAL
                                                                               CIB                CIP              CIP               CIP                CIP               CIP

    TH 10 Interchange at CSAH 83                                                   $0                 $0      $2,000,000     $20,000,000        $30,000,000       $52,000,000
        City Participation                                                          $0                 $0         $100,000       $1,000,000         $1,500,000          $2,600,000
        County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                               $0                 $0         $100,000       $1,000,000         $1,500,000          $2,600,000
        Federal (Road & Bridge)                                                     $0                 $0       $1,000,000      $10,000,000        $15,000,000         $26,000,000
        State (Mn/DOT)                                                              $0                 $0         $800,000       $8,000,000        $12,000,000         $20,800,000
    Striper Truck Replacement                                             $450,000                    $0               $0                $0                 $0          $450,000
        G.O. Capital Notes                                                   $450,000                  $0              $0                $0                 $0            $450,000

    Pavement Rehabilitation                                             $1,000,000                    $0               $0                $0                 $0      $1,000,000
        G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 5yr                                 $1,000,000                  $0              $0                $0                 $0          $1,000,000


 TOTAL COSTS ROAD & BRIDGE                                             $24,410,000        $23,450,000        $31,360,000     $97,010,000       167,650,000        343,880,000

 NEW DEBT SERVICE LEVY IMPACT
 Southeast Vehicle & Salt Facility
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                                            $0                 $0               $0          $59,613                  $0
 CSAH 17 (Lexington), Main to Bunker
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                                            $0           $83,315         $166,630          $166,630                  $0
 CSAH 116 (Bunker), Sunfish to Thurston
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                                            $0           $53,675         $107,350          $107,350                  $0
 CSAH 116 (Bunker), 7th Ave to 38th Ave
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                                            $0                 $0          $42,418          $84,835                  $0
 Striper Truck Replacement
      G.O. Capital Notes                                                    $103,500           $103,500         $103,500          $103,500          $103,500
 Pavement Rehabilitation
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 5yr                                      $225,000           $225,000         $225,000          $225,000          $225,000

TOTAL NEW LEVY ROAD & BRIDGE                                                $328,500           $465,490          $644,898         $746,928           $328,500




   Projected Debt Service Levy:                        $5,700,581          $5,980,279         $6,197,138        $6,465,675       $6,557,510        $6,070,407




   ( 2) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)
   ( 3) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and Municipality). In addition, the State agrees to study assuming jurisdiction of CSAH 22
      (Viking Blvd)
                                                                                                                                                                 104
                                                   Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 78 (Hanson Blvd) Rail Grade Separation                   Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                           Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 1996-08                                                             Cost Center                 2950

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                              $0.00
 This project provides a railroad/highway grade separation on CSAH 78 (Hanson Blvd) at the BNSF Railroad.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 This portion of Hanson Blvd carries approximately 15,000 vehicles per day. The railroad crossing consists of two Burlington Northern Mainline
 tracks carrying approximately 40 to 60 trains per day at a maximum timetable speed of 75 mph. The existing crossing has sight distance
 obstructions in all quadrants. These factors combined contribute to a significant exposure level at this crossing. Since closing the crossing is not a
 viable alternative, constructing a grade separation crossing is warranted to continue Hanson Blvd’s function as a major transportation corridor. Out
 of 4,700 railroad crossings statewide, this crossing has one of the highest exposure ratings in the state.

 This project will become more critical with the implementation of commuter rail along the Northstar Corridor. Commuter rail will add a large number
 of car/train conflicts during the peak periods.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                        $10,730,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013             $2,300,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                          2010               $50,000                 2014             $7,550,000

                                                                          2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                             $10,730,000
                                                                          2012             $830,000           Project Total          $10,730,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments                 $7,000,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
 2 . Professional Services                  $1,430,000
 3 . Land                                   $2,300,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                             $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                  $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:      $10,730,000
                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                     $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                             $0

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:           0




                                                                                                                                          105
                                                     Anoka County                                                                         ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          CSAH 78 (Hanson Blvd) Rail Grade Separation                    Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT             Engineering Section                                            Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY               ROAD & BRIDGE                                                  Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 1996-08                                                                Cost Center                 2950


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012             2013            2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                           TOTAL
Road Contract Payments                                          $0               $0                $0               $0     $7,000,000     $7,000,000
Professional Services                                    $50,000                 $0        $830,000                 $0      $550,000      $1,430,000
Land                                                            $0               $0                $0     $2,300,000                $0    $2,300,000
                         Total Costs                     $50,000                 $0        $830,000       $2,300,000       $7,550,000    $10,730,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
State (Mn/DOT)                                                  $0               $0                $0               $0      $700,000       $700,000
BNSF                                                            $0               $0                $0               $0      $700,000       $700,000
City Participation (Road & Bridge)                              $0               $0                $0     $1,150,000                $0    $1,150,000
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                            $50,000                 $0        $830,000       $1,150,000         $550,000     $2,580,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                                       $0                 $0              $0               $0       $5,600,000     $5,600,000
                        Total Funding                    $50,000                 $0        $830,000       $2,300,000       $7,550,000    $10,730,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Hanson Blvd has steadily progressed as a high volume, north/south route through Coon Rapids and southern Andover. Even with expansion of
 Hanson Blvd to a 4-lane facility, the interruption of the numerous trains diminishes the capacity of this route.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Even though the existing at-grade crossing is newer, the potential for accidents remains until a grade separation is provided.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 This improvement would have a significant positive impact on the viability of the North Star Commuter Rail Project.




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


                                                                                                                                          106
                                                Anoka County                                                  ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 78 (Hanson Blvd) Rail Grade Separation         Start Date             01/01/2010
 DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                 Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
 CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                             Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 1996-08                                                   Cost Center            2950




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                      TOTAL
                                                                    EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH       COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED       (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               0                $0       0%      0                      $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Overtime                                0.00               0                $0       0%      0                      $0
Temporaries                             0.00               0                $0       0%      0                      $0



           Subtotal Salary Costs        0.00                                $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                              $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                   $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                          $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                       $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                            $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                        $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                         $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                      $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                      $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                        $0



                                                                                                              107
                                                   Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Northerly Bypass I-35W/I-35E                                 Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                          Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                                Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2003-10                                                            Cost Center                 2950

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                                $0.00
 The project would provide official mapping of a corridor that would be the connecting link between I-35W and I-35E in Southeastern Anoka County.
 This corridor of 2+ miles would extend from the intersection of I-35W at CSAH 14 (Main Street) and continue east-northeast to the intersection of I-
 35E and County Road 140 (80th Street ).




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The sole existing connection between I-35W and I-35E is CSAH 14 (Main Street). The existing corridor traverses through the Rice Creek Chain of
 Lakes Regional Park and through the heart of the City of Centerville. As part of the CSAH 14 Federal project to upgrade that portion of CSAH 14, it
 was determined that this existing, meandering connection between I-35W and I-35E would not be sufficient to handle traffic in the long-range
 future. The two main reasons are the geographic challenges of the Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Regional Park and the downtown areas of
 Centerville. To construct a corridor sufficient to handle projected traffic would be extremely prohibitive due to poor soils and/or quite significant
 ROW costs.

 The study determined that a “northerly bypass” was an appropriate and important connecting link to handle the projected traffic expected to cross
 between I-35W and I-35E. The projected growth in traffic volumes is at least double the current volume in Centerville and 5 times greater than the
 current traffic volumes through the park.

 This project would provide for an Official Mapping of the corridor, preserving ROW as it became available, and allowing the affected communities to
 plan land uses accordingly.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                    Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                        $3,600,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                  THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013            $1,000,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                  $0
                                                                          2010                    $0                2014            $1,000,000

                                                                          2011             $600,000            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                             $3,600,000
                                                                          2012           $1,000,000          Project Total          $3,600,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                             Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                   Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                   $600,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                               $0
 2 . Land                                  $3,000,000
                                                                      B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                            $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $3,600,000
                                                                                                          TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                    $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                           $0

                                                                                                          TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                            $0

                                                                                               NEW POSITIONS:           0




                                                                                                                                         108
                                                     Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Northerly Bypass I-35W/I-35E                                  Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT              Engineering Section                                           Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2003-10                                                                Cost Center                 2950


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012             2013            2014         FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0       $600,000                  $0               $0              $0       $600,000
Land                                                            $0               $0      $1,000,000       $1,000,000       $1,000,000      $3,000,000
                         Total Costs                            $0       $600,000        $1,000,000       $1,000,000       $1,000,000      $3,600,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                   $0       $120,000                  $0               $0              $0       $120,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                                         $0       $480,000                  $0               $0              $0       $480,000
State (Met Council)                                             $0               $0      $1,000,000       $1,000,000       $1,000,000      $3,000,000
                        Total Funding                           $0       $600,000        $1,000,000       $1,000,000       $1,000,000      $3,600,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 CSAH 14 will exceed its capacity to handle the projected growth in traffic traveling between I-35W and I-35E. Due to geographic constraints,
 expansion of CSAH 14 to handle the projected traffic volumes is not possible. A northerly bypass, developed as part of the Study of CSAH 14, was
 determined by all parties to be the best alternative to handle this traffic. Designation of needed ROW through an official map process will preserve
 ROW at today’s cost and help the cities involved to better their planned land uses along this new corridor.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Existing infrastructure is in the process of upgrade and reconstruction; however, this reconstruction will not include any corridor expansion. A new
 corridor is needed for the projected traffic volumes




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 An application for a federal appropriations request has been submitted for consulting services required to performed the required preliminary
 engineering and environmental review work to complete the official mapping of this corridor.

 The right- of-way acquisition costs are anticipated to utilize the Right- of -Way Acquisition Loan Funds (RALF) of the Met Council.




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


                                                                                                                                           109
                                                Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Northerly Bypass I-35W/I-35E                      Start Date             01/01/2011
 DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                               Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
 CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                           Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2003-10                                                 Cost Center            2950




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                  EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00             0                $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                              $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                            $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                 $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                        $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                     $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                          $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                      $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                       $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                    $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                    $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                      $0



                                                                                                            110
                                                  Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                              2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                  2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        TH 10 Interchanges - City of Ramsey                         Start Date                  01/01/2005
  DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                         Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                               Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-07                                                           Cost Center                 2950

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                             PRIOR YEARS:                         $588,000.00
 As a result of the TH10 IRC project, improvements to intersections within the TH 10 Corridor have been identified. The goal is to replace the at-
 grade intersections with grade-separated interchanges. Those within the City of Ramsey are located along the south border of the Ramsey Town
 Center (RTC) and include the future extension of CSAH 116, CR 56, and CSAH 57. The CSAH 83 intersection is scheduled to be removed and
 replaced with an overpass. The project(s) are part of the IRC recommended improvements and have been coordinated with MnDOT, City of
 Ramsey and City of Anoka.

 This project sheet identifies costs only for the Sunfish Lake and Ramsey Boulevard interchanges. The interchanges are identified to both be single-
 point diamond interchanges.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 These projects were identified in the adopted IRC Plan, have been included as an update to the County’s Transportation plan, and in MnDOT’s long-
 range planning document, the TSP, as needed improvements for removing bottlenecks, improving safety and mobility along this important regional
 corridor.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                   Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                     $123,588,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                 THROUGH 2009             $588,000                 2013            $30,000,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                           $588,000
                                                                         2010                   $0                 2014            $30,000,000

                                                                         2011                   $0            2015 / BEYOND        $61,500,000
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                          $123,000,000
                                                                         2012           $1,500,000          Project Total      $123,588,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                            Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                  Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments               $30,000,000
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                               $0
 2 . Professional Services                 $1,500,000
 3 . Land                                 $30,000,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                            $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                  $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:     $61,500,000
                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                    $0
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                           $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                            $0

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:           0




                                                                                                                                        111
                                                     Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           TH 10 Interchanges - City of Ramsey                           Start Date                  01/01/2005
  DEPARTMENT              Engineering Section                                           Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-07                                                                Cost Center                 2950


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012             2013             2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0               $0      $1,500,000                 $0               $0    $1,500,000
Land                                                            $0               $0                $0    $30,000,000                 $0   $30,000,000
Road Contract Payments                                          $0               $0                $0               $0     $30,000,000    $30,000,000
                         Total Costs                            $0               $0      $1,500,000      $30,000,000       $30,000,000    $61,500,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
State (Mn/DOT)                                                  $0               $0        $600,000      $12,000,000       $12,000,000    $24,600,000
City Participation (Road & Bridge)                              $0               $0         $75,000       $1,500,000        $1,500,000     $3,075,000
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                   $0               $0         $75,000       $1,500,000        $1,500,000     $3,075,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                                         $0               $0        $750,000      $15,000,000       $15,000,000    $30,750,000
                        Total Funding                           $0               $0      $1,500,000      $30,000,000       $30,000,000    $61,500,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The existing at-grade intersections on the TH10 can no longer operate at acceptable levels of service (LOS). The TH10 I.R.C. study requires the
 removal of the at-grade intersections and replaces them with grade separated interchanges.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing LOS on TH 10 with the existing at-grade intersections is LOS D-E. Future LOS without improvements will worsen to LOS F.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


                                                                                                                                           112
                                                Anoka County                                                 ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        TH 10 Interchanges - City of Ramsey                Start Date             01/01/2005
 DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
 CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                            Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2005-07                                                  Cost Center            2950




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                     TOTAL
                                                                   EMPLOYEE
                                        # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)             POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                     0.00               0              $0       0%      0                      $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                              0.00               0              $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs          0.00                              $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                             $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                  $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                         $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                      $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                           $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                       $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                        $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                     $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                     $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                       $0



                                                                                                             113
                                                 Anoka County                                                                      ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE        TH 10 Interchanges - City of Ramsey                        Start Date                 01/01/2005
DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                        Est. Completion Date
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-07                                                          Cost Center                2950


                          APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT

  The costs shown on the itemized breakdown are for one interchange project only. The costs for the second one are estimated to be similar:

  Design: $1,500,000
  R/W:    $30,000,000
  Construction: $30,000,000

  Costs are estimated to be split 50% federal, 40% MNDot, 5% County and 5% City.




                                                                                        ESTIMATED
                                                                                         PROJECT
                                     PROJECT COST                                         TOTAL
                                   Professional Services                              $3,588,000.00

                                   Land                                             $60,000,000.00

                                   Road Contract Payments                           $60,000,000.00

                                                                                               $0.00

                                                                                               $0.00

                                                                  TOTAL            $123,588,000.00


                                     PROJECT FUNDING
                                   City Participation                                $6,179,400.00

                                   County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                     $6,179,400.00

                                   Federal (Road & Bridge)                          $61,794,000.00

                                   State                                            $49,435,200.00

                                                                  TOTAL            $123,588,000.00



                                                                                                                                   114
                                                    Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Southeast Vehicle & Salt Facility                             Start Date                   01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT            Maintenance Department                                        Est. Completion Date         12/31/2013
  CATEGORY              ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-06                                                              Cost Center                  2910

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                             PRIOR YEARS:                                     $0.00
 This project provides for a truck/equipment storage building and a salt storage/handling facility at a new location in the southeast part of the county.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 While the total number of centerline miles on the Anoka County Highway system has been relatively unchanged over the past decade at 423 miles,
 we have added considerable amounts of lane-miles, turnlanes, shoulders and traffic signals – all contributors to making snow and ice control
 removal efforts more difficult. Therefore, the fleet needs to be increased. Unfortunately, the Bunker, St. Francis and Coon Lake shops are at
 capacity for truck storage. Combined with the fact that the existing shops are not strategically located to serve the rapidly growing southeast
 portion of the county, this project would create truck storage and create an opportunity to better serve the southeast quadrant of the county.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $1,655,000       PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009                    $0                 2013            $1,255,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                    $0
                                                                           2010                     $0                 2014                     $0

                                                                           2011              $250,000            2015 / BEYOND                  $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $1,655,000
                                                                           2012              $150,000          Project Total           $1,655,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                    $150,000
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                          $160,000
 2 . Land                                     $250,000
 3 . Furniture & Office Equipment                $5,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                       $505,000

 4 . Buildings & Structures                 $1,250,000                                                      TOTAL:                           $665,000

                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                      $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $1,655,000
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                            TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                      $665,000

                                                                                                 NEW POSITIONS:            4




                                                                                                                                            115
                                                     Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Southeast Vehicle & Salt Facility                             Start Date                   01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT              Maintenance Department                                        Est. Completion Date         12/31/2013
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-06                                                                Cost Center                  2910


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010              2011             2012              2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                               TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0                $0       $150,000                  $0               $0        $150,000
Land                                                            $0        $250,000                 $0                $0               $0         $250,000
Furniture & Office Equipment                                    $0                $0               $0           $5,000                $0              $5,000
Buildings & Structures                                          $0                $0               $0      $1,250,000                 $0       $1,250,000
                          Total Costs                           $0        $250,000         $150,000        $1,255,000                 $0       $1,655,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                   $0        $250,000         $150,000                  $0               $0         $400,000
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                             $0                $0               $0      $1,255,000                 $0       $1,255,000
                         Total Funding                          $0        $250,000         $150,000        $1,255,000                 $0       $1,655,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Increasing number of lane miles, turnlanes, shoulders and traffic signals are requiring an expansion of the snow & ice removal fleet. Existing truck
 facilities are at capacity. In addition, service to southeast quadrant of county is poor due to location of existing facilities.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The Bunker, St. Francis and Coon Lake shops are at capacity for truck storage.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 The opportunity for a shared city/county/state facility will be explored as part of the site location process. Currently, we do take salt from the
 MnDOT Spring Lake Park facility, but do not have truck storage availability.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                               116
                                                Anoka County                                                                  ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       Southeast Vehicle & Salt Facility                      Start Date                01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT          Maintenance Department                                 Est. Completion Date      12/31/2013
CATEGORY            ROAD & BRIDGE                                          Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2006-06                                                     Cost Center               2910



                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

While the total number of centerline miles on the Anoka County Highway System has been relatively stable over the past
decade at 423 miles, we have added considerable amounts of lane miles, turn lanes, shoulders and traffic signals. When
plowing a highway “curb-to-curb”, a separate pass must be made for each lane. Currently we have 917 miles of traffic lanes,
455 miles of shoulders/right turn lanes, and 213 miles of left turn lanes for a total of 1,585 plowable miles. Our plow drivers
must now stop at 253 stop signs, 331 signalized intersections and 23 railroad crossings to perform their full route.

If fully deployed, we currently operate 22 trucks on 18 plow routes for the “day” shift (2:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.) and 14 trucks on
14 plow routes for the “night” shift (2:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.). The individual size of the routes have been steadily growing over
the last several decades. The longest “day” route must cover over 100 lane miles (with 14 stop signs and 58 signal
crossings). The longest “night” route must now cover almost 150 lane miles (26 stop signs, 67 signalized intersections and 4
RR crossings). It currently takes the average “day” route operator 4-6 hours to clear traffic lanes and 8-12 hours to cover a
route “curb-to-curb”. Similarly, it takes a “night” route operator 8-12 hours to clear traffic lanes. They cannot clear a route
“curb-to-curb” in a single 12-hour shift. While most of our routes generally ‘branch” away from our 3 salt storage facilities, the
routes in the southeast portion of the county require “dead-heading” to refill their loads causing additional delays in covering
their routes.

The projects identified in the current 5-year highway improvement plan are expansion and/or signal channelization projects.
We are also requiring more turn lanes as a condition of new access on our highways. The turnback and expansion of the TH
242 from State to Anoka County by itself will add a future 20+ lane miles just by itself. Finally, traffic congestion and impatient
drivers inhibit our truck operators from efficiently driving their routes. This all adds up to the need to expand the fleet, provide
the appropriate truck storage facility, and to strategically locate a salt storage/handling facility in an underserved but rapidly
growing part of the county.




                                                                                                                            117
                                                Anoka County                                                     ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE       Southeast Vehicle & Salt Facility                      Start Date             01/01/2011
 DEPARTMENT          Maintenance Department                                 Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
 CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                               Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2006-06                                                     Cost Center            2910




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                        TOTAL
                                                                      EMPLOYEE
                                        # OF             YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)             POSITIONS            NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



      PERMANENT

Equipment Operator                       4.00              01/2010       $40,000       0%      Highway Levy     $160,000



        Subtotal Salary Costs            4.00                            $40,000                                $160,000




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
     DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                                  $0
     OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                       $0
     MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                              $0
     FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                       $5,000
     CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                         $500,000

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                     $505,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                           $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                        $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                         $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                    $665,000



                                                                                                                118
                                                   Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 14 (Main Street)-Crane St. to Ulysses St.              Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                         Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                               Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-30                                                           Cost Center                 2950

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                            $300,000.00
 The turnback and expansion of CSAH 14 (formally 242) from TH 10 to TH 65 includes six distinct parts totaling over $70 million. The section
 from Thrush Street to Crane Street, and the section from Ulysses thru the TH 65 interchange have construction dollars identified and are listed
 under separate CIP sheets. There are four remaining sections to be built which are identified in this CIP sheet.

 In February 2003, Anoka County, MnDOT, and the City of Blaine entered into a joint powers agreement for preliminary design and environmental
 assessment for this project. This work is on-going and was completed in 2005. In addition, Anoka County has signed a Memorandum of
 Understanding with MnDOT outlining the responsibilities of each agency in funding the turnback of TH 242 from MnDOT to the County. A formal
 turnback resolution and commissioner's order turning back TH 242 to the County occured June of 2007.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The Anoka County 2015 Transportation Plan suggests there is a large demand for east-west movement in Anoka County. The plan includes a
 2015 projected traffic for the corridor. Many of those projections have already been exceeded according to the State Traffic Volume map. In
 addition, in 1999 the County, State and Cities of Coon Rapids, Blaine and Lino Lakes joined together to prepare the TH 242/CSAH 14 Access
 Management Plan. That plan suggests that we should expect volumes in this area to be as high as 30,000 to 52,000 vehicles per day for various
 segments of the roadway. The Access Management plan also proposed grade separation at TH 65 and at the BNSF railroad. Development along
 the east and west ends of this corridor will increase the demand for transportation with a major shopping/entertainment area located west of TH 10
 and major housing projects in and around the Northeast Quad of Blaine. In 2005, an Environmental Assessment was completed for this route
 which further identified the highway type (4-lane divided) and access modifications.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                    Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                       $38,880,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                  THROUGH 2009            $300,000                 2013            $12,200,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                           $300,000
                                                                         2010           $2,100,000                 2014             $8,100,000

                                                                         2011          $12,350,000            2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                            $38,580,000
                                                                         2012           $3,830,000          Project Total          $38,880,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                             Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                   Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments               $30,750,000
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Professional Services                 $6,180,000
 3 . Land                                  $1,650,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                            $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:     $38,580,000
                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                    $0
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                           $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                    $0

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                        119
                                                     Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           CSAH 14 (Main Street)-Crane St. to Ulysses St.                Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT              Engineering Section                                           Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-30                                                                Cost Center                 2950


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012             2013            2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                             TOTAL
Road Contract Payments                                          $0    $10,000,000        $2,250,000      $11,000,000       $7,500,000      $30,750,000
Professional Services                                 $1,500,000       $2,100,000        $1,080,000         $900,000        $600,000         $6,180,000
Land                                                    $600,000         $250,000          $500,000         $300,000                $0       $1,650,000
                         Total Costs                  $2,100,000      $12,350,000        $3,830,000      $12,200,000       $8,100,000      $38,580,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
State Turnback (Mn/DOT)                               $1,500,000      $11,850,000        $1,805,000      $12,200,000       $8,100,000      $35,455,000
BNSF                                                    $120,000         $500,000                  $0               $0              $0            $620,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                                         $0               $0      $2,025,000                 $0              $0       $2,025,000
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                           $480,000                 $0                $0               $0              $0            $480,000
                        Total Funding                 $2,100,000      $12,350,000        $3,830,000      $12,200,000       $8,100,000      $38,580,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The rapid expansion of northwest Coon Rapids around TH 10 and CSAH 78 (Hanson Blvd) as well as the ongoing expansion in Blaine around
 CSAH 14 (Main Street) are resulting in increased traffic on this corridor.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Poor, with little chance of MnDOT getting to repair or reconstruct this segment of roadway due to its low regional priority unless turnback is
 exercised.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 None. The goal is for MnDOT to take back CSAH 22 (Viking Blvd) as a trunk highway in the future, in accordance with the MOU.




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


                                                                                                                                            120
                                           Anoka County                                               ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    CSAH 14 (Main Street)-Crane St. to Ulysses St.   Start Date             01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT     Engineering Section                                Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                      Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2007-30                                            Cost Center            2950

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                                      121
                                                    Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         CSAH 52/116, Main St. to TH 65                                 Start Date                   01/01/2006
  DEPARTMENT            Engineering Section                                            Est. Completion Date         12/31/2010
  CATEGORY              ROAD & BRIDGE                                                  Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-32                                                               Cost Center                  2950

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                         $10,190,000.00
 This project reconstructs a 3 mile portion of CSAH 52 (Radisson Road) and CSAH 116 (Bunker Lake Blvd.) from CSAH 14 (Main St.) to TH 65 in
 the Cities of Blaine and Ham Lake. The reconstruction will rebuild the existing 2-lane rural roadway into a 4-lane, divided, urban section including a
 separated trail along portions of the project.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The proposed project will increase capacity and safety in the project area through the additional traffic lanes and access restrictions. These
 improvements will enhance traffic operations and eliminate a number of vehicle conflicts. The installation of a median will prevent additional
 deterioration of operations by limiting the number of full-access points. The construction of a trail along the corridor will also connect existing and
 planned residential areas with recreational facilities and commercial nodes.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $17,020,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009          $10,190,000                   2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                          $10,190,000
                                                                            2010           $6,830,000                   2014                     $0

                                                                            2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                  $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                               $6,830,000
                                                                            2012                     $0         Project Total           $17,020,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments                  $6,830,000
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                 $0
 2 . Land                                             $0
                                                                        B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                              $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $6,830,000
                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                      $0
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                              $0

                                                                                                  NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                             122
                                                     Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           CSAH 52/116, Main St. to TH 65                                 Start Date                  01/01/2006
  DEPARTMENT              Engineering Section                                            Est. Completion Date        12/31/2010
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                  Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-32                                                                 Cost Center                 2950


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

            PROJECT COST                                 2010              2011              2012             2013            2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
Road Contract Payments                                $6,830,000                  $0                $0               $0              $0    $6,830,000
Land                                                            $0                $0                $0               $0              $0           $0
                         Total Costs                  $6,830,000                  $0                $0               $0              $0    $6,830,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
City Participation                                      $430,000                  $0                $0               $0              $0     $430,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                               $6,400,000                  $0                $0               $0              $0    $6,400,000
                       Total Funding                  $6,830,000                  $0                $0               $0              $0    $6,830,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Both CSAH 52 and CSAH 116 are "A"-Minor Arterial Highways and they function as a reliever to TH65. The intersection of 52/116 is currently a 4-
 way stop and the site of extensive congestion and delay.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing routes have limited turn lanes, narrow shoulders and clear zone deficiencies that will be relieved by this project.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Besides federal funds for this project both the cities of Blaine and Ham Lake will participate in this project.




 Footnote: County has committed bonds for right-of-way acquisition ($4,000,000 in 2008, $1,000,000 in 2009) and construction ($4,370,000 in
 2009) for this project.




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


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                                                Anoka County                                                  ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 52/116, Main St. to TH 65                      Start Date             01/01/2006
 DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                 Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
 CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                             Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2007-32                                                   Cost Center            2950




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                      TOTAL
                                                                    EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF            YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS           NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               0                $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                                $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                              $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                   $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                          $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                       $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                            $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                        $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                         $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                      $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                      $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                        $0



                                                                                                              124
                                                    Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         CSAH 14 (Main Street) Turnback - Thrush to Crane              Start Date                   01/01/2008
  DEPARTMENT            Engineering Section                                           Est. Completion Date         12/31/2010
  CATEGORY              ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-33                                                              Cost Center                  2950

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                                 PRIOR YEARS:                         $1,070,000.00
 This project includes the reconstruction of CSAH 14 (formerly TH 242) from Thrush Street to Crane Street in the City of Coon Rapids. This project
 will reconstruct the existing 2-lane rural section into a 4-lane, divided highway. A trail is included throughout the length of this project.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The proposed project will increase capacity, reduce access on CSAH14 and provide better connectivity between TH 10 and Hanson Blvd. These
 improvements will enhance traffic operations and eliminate a number of vehicle conflicts that lead to crashes. In addition, the installation of a
 median will prevent additional deterioration of operations by limiting the number of full-access points. The construction of a trail along the corridor
 will also connect existing residential areas with recreational facilities and commercial nodes.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                        $12,950,000       PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009           $1,070,000                  2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                           $1,070,000
                                                                            2010          $11,880,000                  2014                     $0

                                                                            2011                    $0            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                             $11,880,000
                                                                            2012                    $0          Project Total           $12,950,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments                $11,000,000
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                 $0
 2 . Professional Services                    $880,000
 3 . Land                                             $0                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                              $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                   $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:     $11,880,000
                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                      $0
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                              $0

                                                                                                 NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                             125
                                                     Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           CSAH 14 (Main Street) Turnback - Thrush to Crane             Start Date                   01/01/2008
  DEPARTMENT              Engineering Section                                          Est. Completion Date         12/31/2010
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-33                                                               Cost Center                  2950


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                 2010              2011             2012              2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                              TOTAL
Professional Services                                   $880,000                 $0               $0                $0               $0        $880,000
Road Contract Payments                              $11,000,000                  $0               $0                $0               $0     $11,000,000
Land                                                           $0                $0               $0                $0               $0                   $0
                         Total Costs                $11,880,000                  $0               $0                $0               $0     $11,880,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
City Participation (Road & Bridge)                      $200,000                 $0               $0                $0               $0         $200,000
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                  $0                $0               $0                $0               $0                   $0
State Turnback (Mn/DOT)                               $5,850,000                 $0               $0                $0               $0       $5,850,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                               $5,830,000                 $0               $0                $0               $0       $5,830,000
                        Total Funding               $11,880,000                  $0               $0                $0               $0     $11,880,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 CSAH14 provides important east-west mobility to developing central Anoka County and the northern portion of the Twin Cities metropolitan area.
 Concerns over safety and mobility along the corridor spawned the TH 242/CSAH 14 Access Management Study. This study was conducted by
 Anoka County, in partnership with the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT), the Metropolitan Council and the Cities of Coon Rapids,
 Blaine and Lino Lakes. The purpose of the study was to develop an access management plan for TH 242 that provide acceptable mobility, reduce
 the potential for crashes and support orderly development in the communities along the corridor.



CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing route is deficient in capacity and has limited turnlanes and controlled access. An extensive "sink hole" exists through the Sod Farm
 area.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Besides federal funds for the construction of this project, State turnback and City of Coon Rapids funds will be utilized for the design, right-of-way
 acquisition and construction.




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and Municipality). In addition, the State agrees to study
  assuming jurisdiction of CSAH 22 (Viking Blvd)

                                                                                                                                              126
                                                Anoka County                                                       ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 14 (Main Street) Turnback - Thrush to Crane         Start Date             01/01/2008
 DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
 CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                                  Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2007-33                                                        Cost Center            2950




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                           TOTAL
                                                                         EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH            COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED            (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00                0                    $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                                     $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                                   $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                        $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                               $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                            $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                                 $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                             $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                              $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                           $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                           $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                             $0



                                                                                                                   127
                                                   Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 17 (Lexington), Main to Bunker                           Start Date                   01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                           Est. Completion Date         12/31/2012
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-34                                                             Cost Center                  2950

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                              $350,000.00
 This project includes the reconstruction of CSAH 17 (Lexington Avenue) from CSAH 14 (Main Street) to 1,000 feet north of CSAH 116 (Bunker
 Lake Blvd) in the cities of Blaine and Ham Lake. The project will rebuild the existing 2-lane rural roadway into a 4-lane, divided highway. A trail
 throughout the project length is also included.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Increasing the capacity of CSAH 17 will improve traffic operations and safety along the corridor. The installation of a median will improve safety
 and traffic operations and prevent additional deterioration of operations by limiting the number of full-access driveways and entrances onto CSAH
 17. The center median will also allow Anoka County more flexibility to restrict left turns at future access points and/or require combining of access
 points to obtain a full median opening.

 The proposed bicycle/pedestrian path along CSAH 17 will tie into the East Anoka County Regional Trail and provide an alternate transportation
 route.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                        $13,150,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009             $350,000                  2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                            $350,000
                                                                           2010                    $0                 2014                     $0

                                                                           2011           $1,200,000             2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                             $12,800,000
                                                                           2012          $11,600,000           Project Total          $13,150,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments                $11,600,000
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
 2 . Professional Services                           $0
 3 . Land                                   $1,200,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                             $0

                                                                                                            TOTAL:                                  $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:      $12,800,000
                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                     $0
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0

                                                                                                            TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                             $0

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                           128
                                                     Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           CSAH 17 (Lexington), Main to Bunker                            Start Date                  01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT              Engineering Section                                            Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                  Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-34                                                                 Cost Center                 2950


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010              2011              2012             2013               2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                               TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0                $0                $0               $0                 $0           $0
Road Contract Payments                                          $0                $0     $11,600,000                 $0                 $0   $11,600,000
Land                                                            $0      $1,200,000                  $0               $0                 $0    $1,200,000
                         Total Costs                            $0      $1,200,000      $11,600,000                  $0                 $0   $12,800,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                   $0      $1,200,000                  $0               $0                 $0    $1,200,000
City Participation (Road & Bridge)                              $0                $0        $800,000                 $0                 $0     $800,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                                         $0                $0      $5,837,000                 $0                 $0    $5,837,000
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                             $0                $0      $4,963,000                 $0                 $0    $4,963,000
                        Total Funding                           $0      $1,200,000      $11,600,000                  $0                 $0   $12,800,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Environmental constraints, including lakes, wetlands, parks and preserved natural areas, have precluded continuous north-south alignments on
 many roadways in the eastern portion of the county. As population and employment in the county continues to grow, roadway capacity and
 continuity become increasingly important in meeting the needs of residents, businesses and commuters. CSAH 17 and TH 65 are the only north-
 south arterial routes through eastern and central Anoka County. Planned residential development adjacent to CSAH 17 in the City of Blaine
 includes more than 11,000 new homes by 2015. Trips generated in this area and by development in the Cities of Ham Lake and East Bethel will
 rely on CSAH 17 as their primary connection to I-35W. Due to capacity constraints on TH 65, CSAH 17 will be required to address some of the
 overflow traffic.

CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing route has limited turnlanes, narrow shoulders and clear zone deficiencies that will be relieved by this project.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Besides federal funds for this project both the cities of Blaine and Ham Lake will participate in this project.




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


                                                                                                                                             129
                                                Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 17 (Lexington), Main to Bunker               Start Date             01/01/2009
 DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                               Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                           Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2007-34                                                 Cost Center            2950




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                  EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00                0             $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                              $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                            $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                 $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                        $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                     $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                          $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                      $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                       $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                    $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                    $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                      $0



                                                                                                            130
                                                   Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        TH 10 Interchange - Thurston/Fairoak                         Start Date                   01/01/2006
  DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                          Est. Completion Date         12/31/2014
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                                Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-35                                                            Cost Center                  2950

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                             PRIOR YEARS:                           $525,000.00
 The TH 10 IRC project identified the at-grade intersections on TH 10 in the City of Anoka as significant bottlenecks requiring immediate attention.
 The Thurston-Fairoak intersections were identified as the #1 priority. These at-grade intersections are to be converted to a single or split
 interchange w/TH10.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Congestion in this area has been at LOS F for several years and is getting worse. This area was identified in the TH 10 IRC as a top priority for
 correction. Upgrade of the intersection(s) is included in MnDOT's TSP, County's updated Transportation Plan and the City's Comprehensive Plan.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                    Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                      $124,525,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                  THROUGH 2009             $525,000                 2013             $24,000,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                           $525,000
                                                                          2010                    $0                2014             $91,000,000

                                                                          2011                    $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                           $124,000,000
                                                                          2012           $9,000,000          Project Total       $124,525,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                             Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                   Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments               $91,000,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
 2 . Professional Services                 $9,000,000
 3 . Land                                 $24,000,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                             $0

                                                                                                          TOTAL:                                   $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:    $124,000,000
                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                     $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0

                                                                                                          TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                             $0

                                                                                               NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                          131
                                                     Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           TH 10 Interchange - Thurston/Fairoak                          Start Date                  01/01/2006
  DEPARTMENT              Engineering Section                                           Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-35                                                                Cost Center                 2950


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012             2013             2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0               $0      $9,000,000                 $0               $0    $9,000,000
Road Contract Payments                                          $0               $0                $0               $0     $91,000,000     $91,000,000
Land                                                            $0               $0                $0    $24,000,000                 $0    $24,000,000
                         Total Costs                            $0               $0      $9,000,000      $24,000,000       $91,000,000    $124,000,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
State (Mn/DOT)                                                  $0               $0      $3,600,000       $9,600,000       $36,400,000     $49,600,000
City Participation (Road & Bridge)                              $0               $0        $450,000       $1,200,000        $4,550,000      $6,200,000
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                   $0               $0        $450,000       $1,200,000        $4,550,000      $6,200,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                                         $0               $0      $4,500,000      $12,000,000       $45,500,000     $62,000,000
                        Total Funding                           $0               $0      $9,000,000      $24,000,000       $91,000,000    $124,000,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The Thurston Avenue and Fairoak Avenue intersections are the only at-grade intersections remaining on TH10 in the City of Anoka.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Current conditions are at-grade signalized intersections. This project would create a grade-separated interchange at Thurston and a
 over/underpass at Fairoak.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


                                                                                                                                            132
                                                Anoka County                                                 ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        TH 10 Interchange - Thurston/Fairoak               Start Date             01/01/2006
 DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
 CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                            Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2007-35                                                  Cost Center            2950




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                     TOTAL
                                                                   EMPLOYEE
                                        # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)             POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                     0.00                0             $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs          0.00                              $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                             $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                  $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                         $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                      $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                           $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                       $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                        $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                     $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                     $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                       $0



                                                                                                             133
                                            Anoka County                                              ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   TH 10 Interchange - Thurston/Fairoak              Start Date             01/01/2006
DEPARTMENT      Engineering Section                               Est. Completion Date
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE
PROJECT NUMBER 2007-35                                            Cost Center            2950


                    APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT




                                                                         ESTIMATED
                                                                          PROJECT
                                PROJECT COST                               TOTAL
                             Professional Services                     $9,525,000.00

                             Land                                    $24,000,000.00

                             Road Contract Payments                  $91,000,000.00

                                                                                $0.00

                                                                                $0.00

                                                         TOTAL      $124,525,000.00


                               PROJECT FUNDING
                             City Participation (Road & Bridge)       $6,226,250.00

                             County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge            $6,226,250.00

                             Federal (Road & Bridge)                 $62,262,500.00

                             State (Mn/DOT)                          $49,810,000.00

                                                         TOTAL      $124,525,000.00



                                                                                                      134
                                                   Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 116 (Bunker), Sunfish to Thurston                        Start Date                  01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                                           Est. Completion Date        12/31/2011
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-36                                                             Cost Center                 2950

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                               PRIOR YEARS:                        $300,000.00
 This project consists of the reconstruction of CSAH 116 (Bunker Lake Blvd.) from CSAH 57 (Sunfish Lake Blvd.) to Germanium Street in the City of
 Ramsey. The project will rebuild the existing 2-lane, rural roadway into a 4-lane divided highway. A trail will be included as well as a new signal at
 CSAH 57 and CSAH 116.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 In addition to providing capacity for planned regional growth in the corridor area, the proposed reconstruction of CSAH 116 will improve safety along
 the corridor. Installation of a median will improve safety and prevent deterioration of operations by limiting the number of full-access driveways and
 entrances onto CSAH 116. The center median will also allow Anoka County more flexibility to restrict left turns at access points and/or require
 consolidation of access points to obtain a full median opening.

 The proposed bicycle/pedestrian path along CSAH 116 project corridor will tie into existing and planned segments of an Anoka County trail
 paralleling CSAH 116, as described in the Anoka County Parks and Recreation System Plan: 2020 Vision, eventually providing east/west trail
 connectivity from CR 57 to CSAH 17 (Lexington Avenue).




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $8,450,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009            $300,000                  2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                            $300,000
                                                                          2010             $350,000                  2014                     $0

                                                                          2011           $7,800,000             2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $8,150,000
                                                                          2012                    $0          Project Total          $8,450,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments                 $7,800,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
 2 . Professional Services                           $0
 3 . Land                                     $350,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                             $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                  $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $8,150,000
                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                     $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                             $0

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:           0




                                                                                                                                          135
                                                      Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                                  2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                      2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           CSAH 116 (Bunker), Sunfish to Thurston                          Start Date                01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT              Engineering Section                                             Est. Completion Date      12/31/2011
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                   Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-36                                                                  Cost Center               2950


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                   2010              2011                2012         2013                2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                               TOTAL
Professional Services                                            $0                $0                  $0           $0                  $0           $0
Road Contract Payments                                           $0      $7,800,000                    $0           $0                  $0    $7,800,000
Land                                                     $350,000                  $0                  $0           $0                  $0     $350,000
                         Total Costs                     $350,000        $7,800,000                    $0           $0                  $0    $8,150,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                            $350,000                  $0                  $0           $0                  $0     $350,000
City Participation (Road & Bridge)                               $0        $800,000                    $0           $0                  $0     $800,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                                          $0      $3,400,000                    $0           $0                  $0    $3,400,000
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                              $0      $3,600,000                    $0           $0                  $0    $3,600,000
                        Total Funding                    $350,000        $7,800,000                    $0           $0                  $0    $8,150,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The communities adjacent to the CSAH 116 corridor are at the fringe of the developing area of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, with Ramsey
 classified as a "developing community" as described in the Metropolitan Council's Regional Development Framework. As growth and development
 have occurred in this portion of Anoka County, local and regional agencies have become increasingly concerned with long-term safety, access,
 transportation and land use needs along the CSAH 116 corridor. The 1998 Anoka County Transportation Plan identified the need to widen most
 segments of CSAH 116 to four lanes in order to adequately address long-term transportation needs in the area. The need for this improvement is
 supported as recent transportation studies completed by Mn/DOT have identified a potential new Mississippi River crossing at the junction of an
 extended CSAH 116 and US 10. In addition, the long-term implementation of the US 10 Interregional Corridor Plan calls for limiting access on US
 10 and placing more emphasis on increasing the capacity of reliever routes, like CSAH 116, to manage traffic demands.

CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing route has limited turnlanes, narrow shoulders and clear zone deficiencies that will be relieved by this project.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Besides federal funds for this project, the City of Ramsey will participate in this project.




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


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                                                Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 116 (Bunker), Sunfish to Thurston            Start Date             01/01/2009
 DEPARTMENT           Engineering Section                               Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
 CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                           Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2007-36                                                 Cost Center            2950




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                  EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               0              $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                              $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                            $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                 $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                        $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                     $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                          $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                      $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                       $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                    $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                    $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                      $0



                                                                                                            137
                                                   Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        CSAH 116 (Bunker), 7th Ave to 38th Ave                         Start Date                   01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT           Highway Department                                             Est. Completion Date         12/31/2013
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                                  Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-02                                                              Cost Center                  2900

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                             PRIOR YEARS:                                  $0.00
 This project reconstructs CSAH 116 (Bunker Lake Blvd) from 7th Avenue to 38th Avenue from a 2-lane facility to a 4-lane divided highway in the
 cities of Anoka and Andover. This project also includes the construction of a separate pedestrian/bicycle facility along the north side of the corridor
 and reconstructs the existing traffic signal at 7th Avenue.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 This project completes the "missing link" of a 4-lane highway on CSAH 116th from Thurston Avenue to Hanson Boulevard. This expansion and
 access management project will add capacity and reduce crashes. The pavement section will be upgraded to a 10-tons, shoulders will be added
 and turn lanes will be provided.

 This project was selected to receive federal funds in 2012 through the Met Council TAB solicitation in 2007/08.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $5,955,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                 2013            $5,255,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                           2010             $500,000                  2014                     $0

                                                                           2011                    $0            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $5,955,000
                                                                           2012             $200,000           Project Total          $5,955,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments                 $5,255,000
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Professional Services                    $500,000
 3 . Land                                     $200,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                            TOTAL:
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $5,955,000
                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                            TOTAL:

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                            138
                                                      Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                                  2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                      2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           CSAH 116 (Bunker), 7th Ave to 38th Ave                         Start Date                    01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              Highway Department                                             Est. Completion Date          12/31/2013
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                                  Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-02                                                                 Cost Center                   2900


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                   2010              2011             2012              2013              2014           FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL
Road Contract Payments                                           $0                $0               $0       $5,255,000                 $0       $5,255,000
Land                                                             $0                $0        $200,000                 $0                $0         $200,000
Professional Services                                    $500,000                  $0               $0                $0                $0         $500,000
                         Total Costs                     $500,000                  $0        $200,000       $5,255,000                  $0       $5,955,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                            $500,000                  $0        $200,000                 $0                $0         $700,000
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 15yr                              $0                $0               $0         $893,000                 $0         $893,000
Federal (Road & Bridge)                                          $0                $0               $0       $4,204,000                 $0       $4,204,000
City Participation (Road & Bridge)                               $0                $0               $0         $158,000                 $0         $158,000
                        Total Funding                    $500,000                  $0        $200,000       $5,255,000                  $0       $5,955,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 This 0.9 mile stretch of CSAH 116 is the only 2-lane section of the overall 5+ mile stretch of 4-lane highway from Thurston Avenue to Hanson
 Boulevard.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing section of roadway has deficient shoulder with in spots and has settled severely due to unsuitable underlying soils which requires
 periodic pavement leveling.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 The existing right-of-way along this corridor is 150 to 200 feet in width which will greatly reduce the right-of-way acquisition costs for this project.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                                 139
                                           Anoka County                                       ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    CSAH 116 (Bunker), 7th Ave to 38th Ave   Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Highway Department                         Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                              Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-02                                    Cost Center            2900

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                              140
                                           Anoka County                                               ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   CSAH 116 (Bunker), 7th Ave to 38th Ave            Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT      Highway Department                                Est. Completion Date
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-02                                            Cost Center            2900


                    APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT




                                                                         ESTIMATED
                                                                          PROJECT
                               PROJECT COST                                TOTAL
                             Road Contract Payments                    $5,255,000.00

                             Professional Services                       $500,000.00

                             Land                                        $200,000.00

                                                                                $0.00

                                                                                $0.00

                                                         TOTAL         $5,955,000.00


                               PROJECT FUNDING
                             County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge              $700,000.00

                             G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 1           $893,000.00

                             Federal (Road & Bridge)                  $4,204,000.00

                             City Participation (Road & Bridge)         $158,000.00

                                                         TOTAL         $5,955,000.00



                                                                                                      141
                                                  Anoka County                                                                         ADOPTED

                                              2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                  2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Bridge Replacements                                        Start Date                 01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT           Highway Department                                         Est. Completion Date       12/31/2013
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                              Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-03                                                          Cost Center                2900

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                             $250,000.00
 Anoka County has 55 bridges on its County Highway System that it is responsible for maintaining. Four of these bridges can no longer support
 legal loads and are currently load posted. This CIP submittal will replace the four bridges over four years between 2010 through 2013.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 In February of 2008, four Anoka County bridges were posted with load restrictions based on recommendations from our Annual Bridge Safety
 Inspection completed by the Highway Department and load ratings performed by a structural engineer. These bridges are:
 Bridge No.     Route           Crossing                Suff. Rating     Notes
 2195             CSAH 26         Cedar Creek           69.3                 30' span, poor deck
 90734            CSAH 54         Hardwood Creek      44.6                Timber Box Culvert
 90733            CR 77            Sunrise River        48.8                 28' span timber
 92730            CSAH 24         Cedar Creek           62.7                Timber Box Culvert




Summary of Total Project Costs                                  Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                       $5,000,000     PRIOR YEARS
                                                                THROUGH 2009            $250,000                 2013           $1,000,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                          $250,000
                                                                       2010           $1,250,000                 2014                   $0

                                                                       2011           $1,250,000            2015 / BEYOND               $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                            $4,750,000
                                                                       2012           $1,250,000          Project Total         $5,000,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                           Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                 Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments               $4,000,000
                                                                    A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                             $0
 2 . Professional Services                   $450,000
 3 . Land                                    $300,000               B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                       TOTAL:
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:     $4,750,000
                                                                    C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                    D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                       TOTAL:

                                                                     NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                            NEW POSITIONS:           0




                                                                                                                                     142
                                                     Anoka County                                                                         ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Bridge Replacements                                            Start Date                   01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT             Highway Department                                             Est. Completion Date         12/31/2013
  CATEGORY               ROAD & BRIDGE                                                  Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-03                                                                Cost Center                  2900


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012             2013            2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                           TOTAL
Professional Services                                   $150,000         $150,000          $150,000                 $0              $0      $450,000
Road Contract Payments                                $1,000,000       $1,000,000        $1,000,000        $1,000,000               $0    $4,000,000
Land                                                    $100,000         $100,000          $100,000                 $0              $0     $300,000
                         Total Costs                  $1,250,000       $1,250,000        $1,250,000       $1,000,000                $0    $4,750,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
State                                                   $500,000         $500,000          $500,000         $500,000                $0    $2,000,000
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                           $750,000         $750,000          $750,000         $500,000                $0    $2,750,000
                        Total Funding                 $1,250,000       $1,250,000        $1,250,000       $1,000,000                $0    $4,750,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Load restricted bridges pose a detriment to commerce, agriculture and public safety.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 All four of these structures are rated as "Structurally Deficient" and can no longer adequately support legal limits.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 The four bridges are eligible for state bridge bonding and a request has been made for these funds in the years noted above.




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


                                                                                                                                          143
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Bridge Replacements               Start Date             01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT     Highway Department                  Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                       Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-03                             Cost Center            2900

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       144
                                               Anoka County                                                                       ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       Bridge Replacements                                       Start Date                01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT     Highway Department                                             Est. Completion Date      12/31/2013
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                                                  Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-03                                                        Cost Center               2900

                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
  Item                            2009            2010            2011             2012              2013            Total

  Reconstruct Bridge No. 02195 - CSAH 26 over Cedar Creek
  Uses:
  Professional Services           $150,000                                                                             $150,000
  Land Acquisition                $100,000                                                                             $100,000
  Road Contract Payments                       $1,000,000                                                            $1,000,000
  Total                           $250,000     $1,000,000                                                            $1,250,000

  Sources:
  State Bridge Bonds                              $500,000                                                             $500,000
  County Tax Levy (R&B)           $250,000        $500,000                                                             $750,000
  Total                           $250,000      $1,000,000                                                           $1,250,000

  Reconstruct Bridge No. 90734 - CSAH 54 over Hardwood Creek
  Uses:
  Professional Services                          $150,000                                                              $150,000
  Land Acquisition                               $100,000                                                              $100,000
  Road Contract Payments                                         $1,000,000                                          $1,000,000
  Total                                          $250,000        $1,000,000                                          $1,250,000

  Sources:
  State Bridge Bonds                                               $500,000                                            $500,000
  County Tax Levy (R&B)                           $250,000         $500,000                                            $750,000
  Total                                           $250,000       $1,000,000                                          $1,250,000

  Reconstruct Bridge No. 92733 - CR 77 over W est Branch Sunrise River
  Uses:
  Professional Services                                            $150,000                                            $150,000
  Land Acquisition                                                 $100,000                                            $100,000
  Road Contract Payments                                                         $1,000,000                          $1,000,000
  Total                                                            $250,000      $1,000,000                          $1,250,000

  Sources:
  State Bridge Bonds                                                               $500,000                            $500,000
  County Tax Levy (R&B)                                           $250,000         $500,000                            $750,000
  Total                                                           $250,000       $1,000,000                          $1,250,000

  Reconstruct Bridge No. 92730 - CSAH 24 over Cedar Creek
  Uses:
  Professional Services                                                            $150,000                            $150,000
  Land Acquisition                                                                 $100,000                            $100,000
  Road Contract Payments                                                                         $1,000,000          $1,000,000
  Total                                                                            $250,000      $1,000,000          $1,250,000

  Sources:
  State Bridge Bonds                                                                               $500,000            $500,000
  County Tax Levy (R&B)                                                            $250,000        $500,000            $750,000
  Total                                                                            $250,000      $1,000,000          $1,250,000


  Total Uses:                     $250,000      $1,250,000       $1,250,000      $1,250,000      $1,000,000          $5,000,000
  Professional Services           $150,000        $150,000         $150,000        $150,000                            $600,000
  Land Acquisition                $100,000        $100,000         $100,000        $100,000                            $400,000
  Road Contract Payments                        $1,000,000       $1,000,000      $1,000,000      $1,000,000          $4,000,000

  Total Sources:                  $250,000      $1,250,000       $1,250,000      $1,250,000      $1,000,000          $5,000,000
  State Bridge Bonds                               500,000          500,000         500,000         500,000           2,000,000
  County Tax Levy (R&B)            250,000         750,000          750,000         750,000         500,000           3,000,000



                                                                                                                                  145
                                                  Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                              2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                  2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Pavement Rehabilitation                                     Start Date                 01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT           Highway Department                                          Est. Completion Date       12/31/2013
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                               Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-26                                                           Cost Center                2900

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                               $0.00
 This program will leverage a short-term bond sale to perform "catch-up" pavement resurfacing program county wide.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Currently the county highway system has over 69 miles of highway pavement that currently do not meet the department's standard for quality for its
 given traffic volume. The goal of the special program is to perform a pavement rehabilitation to these routes and any other road segment that
 drops below standards.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                   Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                       $1,000,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                 THROUGH 2009                   $0                2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                 $0
                                                                        2010           $1,000,000                 2014                    $0

                                                                        2011                    $0           2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                            $1,000,000
                                                                        2012                    $0         Project Total         $1,000,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                            Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                  Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments                $1,000,000
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:

              Total 5 year CIP Costs:      $1,000,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                        TOTAL:

                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                        TOTAL:

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                             NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                       146
                                                    Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Pavement Rehabilitation                                         Start Date                01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT             Highway Department                                              Est. Completion Date      12/31/2013
  CATEGORY               ROAD & BRIDGE                                                   Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-26                                                                 Cost Center               2900


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                 2010             2011               2012            2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                             TOTAL
Road Contract Payments                               $1,000,000                 $0                 $0              $0               $0      $1,000,000
                        Total Costs                  $1,000,000                 $0                 $0              $0               $0      $1,000,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 5yr                   $1,000,000                 $0                 $0              $0               $0       $1,000,000
                      Total Funding                  $1,000,000                 $0                 $0              $0               $0      $1,000,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The county typically budgets $1.8 to $2.8 million each year for pavement rehabilitation projects. This typically covers 6 to 8 miles per year (less
 than 2% of the 423 mile county highway system). This program will accelerate and "catch-up" to remove all below standard road surfaces.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Over 69 miles of the 423 mile county highway system (16%) are below the condition quality standards established by the department for their
 respective traffic volumes. In addition, more miles of highway drop below these standards every year.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 The bonds sold for this program will be paid for using existing debt service reserve.




 Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                            147
                                                   Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        TH 10 Interchange at CSAH 83                                Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT           Highway Department                                          Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                               Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-04                                                           Cost Center                 2900

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                          $500,000.00
 As a result of the TH10 IRC project, improvement to intersections within the TH 10 Corridor have been identified. The goal is to replace the atgrade
 intersections with grade-separated interchanges. Those within the City of Ramsey are located along the south border of the Ramsey Town Center
 (RTC) and include the future extension of CSAH 116, CR56, and CSAH57. The CSAH 83 intersection is scheduled to be removed and replaced
 with an overpass. The project(s) are part of the IRC recommended improvements and have been coordinated with MnDOT, City of Ramsey and
 City of Anoka.

 This project sheet identifies costs only for the Armstrong Boulevard (CSAH 83) interchange only. The Ramsey Blvd, Sunfish Lake Blvd, and
 Thurston/Fairoak projects are shown on separate sheets.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 These projects were identified in the adopted IRC plan, have been included as an update to the County's Transportation plan, and in MnDOT's long-
 range planning document, the TSP, as needed improvements for removing bottlenecks, improving safety and mobility along this important regional
 corridor.

 An at-grade reconstruction of Armstrong Blvd from TH10 to Bunker Lake Blvd could not be safely and adequately engineered. Therefore, the
 exisiting condition will need to be maintained until a grade separation (interchange) solution is funded.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                    Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                       $52,500,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                  THROUGH 2009            $500,000                 2013          $20,000,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                           $500,000
                                                                         2010                    $0                2014          $30,000,000

                                                                         2011                    $0           2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                            $52,000,000
                                                                         2012           $2,000,000          Project Total        $52,500,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                            Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                  Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments               $30,000,000
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:
 2 . Professional Services                 $2,000,000
 3 . Land                                 $20,000,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                         TOTAL:
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:     $52,000,000
                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                         TOTAL:

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                        148
                                                    Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           TH 10 Interchange at CSAH 83                               Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              Highway Department                                         Est. Completion Date        12/31/2014
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                              Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-04                                                             Cost Center                 2900


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

            PROJECT COST                                 2010           2011             2012             2013             2014         FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                          TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0             $0     $2,000,000                 $0               $0     $2,000,000
Road Contract Payments                                          $0             $0               $0               $0     $30,000,000      $30,000,000
Land                                                            $0             $0               $0    $20,000,000                 $0     $20,000,000
                         Total Costs                            $0             $0     $2,000,000      $20,000,000       $30,000,000      $52,000,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
Federal (Road & Bridge)                                         $0             $0     $1,000,000      $10,000,000       $15,000,000      $26,000,000
State (Mn/DOT)                                                  $0             $0       $800,000       $8,000,000       $12,000,000      $20,800,000
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                                   $0             $0       $100,000       $1,000,000        $1,500,000       $2,600,000
City Participation                                              $0             $0       $100,000       $1,000,000        $1,500,000       $2,600,000
                        Total Funding                           $0             $0     $2,000,000      $20,000,000       $30,000,000      $52,000,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The existing at-grade intersections on TH10 can no longer operate at acceptable levels of service (LOS). The TH10 I.R.C. study requires the
 removal of the at-grade intersections and replaces them with grade separated interchanges.

 If a future Mississippi River crossing occurs west of this interchange, a new full-access interchange would be built with the extension of CSAH 116
 and the CSAH83 interchange would likely be modified to be a partial-access interchange.



CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The exisitng LOS on TH10 with the exisitng at-grade intersections in LOS D-E. Future LOS without improvements will worsen to LOS F.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 The county will work very closely with the city regarding the future development of the Ramsey Town Center and sieze any opportunity to create a
 developer driven project.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                          149
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    TH 10 Interchange at CSAH 83      Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Highway Department                  Est. Completion Date   12/31/2014
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                       Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-04                             Cost Center            2900

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       150
                                                   Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                              2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                  2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE         TH 10 Interchange at CSAH 83                                  Start Date                  01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT            Highway Department                                            Est. Completion Date
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-04                                                              Cost Center                 2900


                           APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT

  The county and city have amended their Ramsey Town Center infrastructure improvement agreement to begin the preliminary engineering
  and prepare an environmental document for this project. There is currently no funding beyond this effort that is currently identified for this
  project.




                                                                                             ESTIMATED
                                                                                              PROJECT
                                       PROJECT COST                                            TOTAL
                                     Professional Services                                $2,500,000.00

                                     Land                                               $20,000,000.00

                                     Road Contract Payments                             $30,000,000.00

                                                                                                    $0.00

                                                                                                    $0.00

                                                                     TOTAL              $52,500,000.00


                                      PROJECT FUNDING
                                    Federal (Road & Bridge)                             $26,000,000.00

                                    State (Mn/DOT)                                      $20,800,000.00

                                    County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                         $2,850,000.00

                                    City Participation (Road & Bridge)                    $2,850,000.00

                                                                     TOTAL              $52,500,000.00



                                                                                                                                          151
                                                   Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Striper Truck Replacement                                     Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT           Highway Department                                            Est. Completion Date        12/31/2010
  CATEGORY             ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-05                                                             Cost Center                 2900

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                           PRIOR YEARS:                                     $0.00
 This project would replace the Highway Departments 1991 model striper truck. Because of the large cost of this individual piece of equipment, it is
 proposed to be purchased via 5-year capital notes or bonds in lieu of taking such a large portion of the department's annual vehicle replacement
 budget.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 This purchase is vital to Highway Department operations, as the Highway Department is mandated to provide and maintain reflective roadway
 striping for all public roadways under its jurisdiction on an annual basis. In 2008, ACHD striping crews painted 7,551,213 ft. of roadway striping
 (centerline, edge line, lane lines and skip stripes) which covered all of the roads on the county highway system.

 The striper unit that we are currently using was purchased in 1991, making it 19 years old in 2010. Although we have tried to keep this truck as
 well maintained as possible, and have made changes to the original truck to keep up with industry standards, many of the trucks components are
 worn or out dated compared to current standards (especially the furnace that heats the paint prior to application).

 The cost of maintaining the truck and the 'down time' has increased due to its age. Vehicle down time becomes increasingly impactive as time
 goes on, as our striper operations are limited to April - November due to climate. We stripe every day, rain days and vehicle down time cause us to
 struggle each year to complete our seasonal requirements.

 The positives that a new striper would bring are:
 1) Opportunity for increased paint tank size: benefits are improved productivity and efficiently by limiting load time to once per day (vs. twice per
 day currently).
 2) Opportunity for adding duel bead tanks: benefits are improved productivity and efficiency by limiting load time to once per day (vs. twice per day
 currently), this would also enable us to utilize two different types of beads for added reflectivity (ex - 'wet reflective beads').

Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $450,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                          2010              $450,000                 2014                     $0

                                                                          2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $450,000
                                                                          2012                     $0         Project Total            $450,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Machinery and Equipment                  $450,000
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:

              Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $450,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                           TOTAL:

                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                           TOTAL:

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                                           152
                                                     Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Striper Truck Replacement                                     Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT             Highway Department                                            Est. Completion Date        12/31/2010
  CATEGORY               ROAD & BRIDGE                                                 Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-05                                                               Cost Center                 2900


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                 2010             2011              2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                             TOTAL
Machinery and Equipment                                 $450,000                $0                $0               $0               $0        $450,000
                        Total Costs                     $450,000                $0                $0               $0               $0         $450,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                      $450,000                $0                $0               $0               $0         $450,000
                      Total Funding                     $450,000                $0                $0               $0               $0         $450,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 This piece of equipment is essential for the Highway Department to restripe its highway system.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing piece of equipment has seen its useful life and the amount of downtime and the cost to repair is now affecting operations and or ability
 to perform our striping operations efficiently and effectively.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Even when the capital cost of this equipment is amortized into the cost of striping, our costs to perform striping services in-house vs. contracting
 are 25% to 30% the cost of having a private contractor providing the same service.




 Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                             153
                                               Anoka County                                                                    ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       Striper Truck Replacement                               Start Date                01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT          Highway Department                                      Est. Completion Date      12/31/2010
CATEGORY            ROAD & BRIDGE                                           Priority                  1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-05                                                      Cost Center               2900



                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

Striper Justification

This purchase is vital to Highway Department operations, as the Highway Department is mandated to provide and maintain
reflective roadway striping for all public roadways under its jurisdiction on an annual basis. In 2008, ACHD striping crews
painted 7,551,213 ft. of roadway striping (centerline, edge line, lane lines and skip stripes) which covered all of the roads on
the county highway system.
The striper unit that we are currently using was purchased in 1991, making it 19 years old in 2010. Although we have tried to
keep this truck as well maintained as possible, and have made changes to the original truck to keep up with industry
standards, many of the trucks components are worn or out dated compared to current standards (especially the furnace that
heats the paint prior to application).
The cost of maintaining the truck and the “down time” has increased due to its age. Vehicle down time becomes increasingly
impactive as time goes on, as our striper operations are limited to April – November due to climate. We stripe every day, rain
days and vehicle down time cause us to struggle each year to complete our seasonal requirements.
The positives that a new striper would bring are:
1) Opportunity for increased paint tank size: benefits are improved productivity and efficiency by limiting load time to once per
day (vs. twice per day currently).
2) Opportunity for adding duel bead tanks: benefits are improved productivity and efficiency by limiting load time to once per
day (vs. twice per day currently), this would also enable us to utilize two different types of beads for added reflectivity (ex - “wet
reflective beads”).
3) Opportunity for furnace removal and going with a system that heats the paint utilizing coolant from the compressor instead:
This would provide for better operating conditions (less fumes for operators), less vehicle systems (no furnace), more energy
efficient (using existing vehicle heat vs. creating additional vehicle heat).




                                                                                                                              154
                                           Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Striper Truck Replacement         Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     Highway Department                  Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE                       Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-05                             Cost Center            2900

                           CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                       155
                                           Anoka County                                            ADOPTED

                                      2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                          2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Striper Truck Replacement                      Start Date             01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT      Highway Department                             Est. Completion Date
CATEGORY       ROAD & BRIDGE
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-05                                         Cost Center            2900


                    APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT




                                                                      ESTIMATED
                                                                       PROJECT
                               PROJECT COST                             TOTAL
                             Machinery and Equipment                  $450,000.00

                                                                             $0.00

                                                                             $0.00

                                                                             $0.00

                                                                             $0.00

                                                       TOTAL          $450,000.00


                               PROJECT FUNDING
                                                                     $450,000.00

                                                                             $0.00

                                                                             $0.00

                                                                             $0.00

                                                       TOTAL          $450,000.00



                                                                                                   156
                                                   Anoka County                                                                 AMENDED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Building Reconfiguration-Phase 1                       Start Date               01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            Highway Department                                     Est. Completion Date     12/31/2010
  CATEGORY              ROAD & BRIDGE                                          Priority                 1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-14                                                       Cost Center              2900

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                           PRIOR YEARS:                            $0.00
 Construct an addition to the Highway Maintenance Building`




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION




Summary of Total Project Costs                                  Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $500,000     PRIOR YEARS
                                                                THROUGH 2009               $0               2013                 $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                  $0
                                                                     2010            $500,000               2014                 $0

                                                                     2011                  $0          2015 / BEYOND             $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $500,000
                                                                     2012                  $0         Project Total        $500,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                          Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Buildings & Structures                 $500,000
                                                                  A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:

               Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $500,000             B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                  TOTAL:

                                                                  C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                  D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                  TOTAL:

                                                                   NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                        NEW POSITIONS:




                                                                                                                              157
                                                     Anoka County                                                            AMENDED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Building Reconfiguration-Phase 1                      Start Date               01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              Highway Department                                    Est. Completion Date     12/31/2010
  CATEGORY                ROAD & BRIDGE                                         Priority                 1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-14                                                        Cost Center              2900


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010       2011           2012           2013           2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                               TOTAL
Buildings & Structures                                   $500,000          $0             $0             $0             $0      $500,000
                          Total Costs                    $500,000          $0             $0             $0             $0     $500,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
County Tax Levy-Road & Bridge                            $500,000          $0             $0             $0             $0     $500,000
                         Total Funding                   $500,000          $0             $0             $0             $0     $500,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                              158
Anoka County                                                                                                                                                 ADOPTED
2010 - 2014             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                                       21-Jan-2010



                                                                   INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
    Project Costs
          Project Funding                                                       2010               2011            2012           2013        2014            TOTAL
                                                                                CIB                CIP             CIP            CIP         CIP              CIP

        Public Health Information Management System                                 $0        $550,000         $500,000              $0          $0      $1,050,000
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                        $0          $550,000        $500,000            $0          $0          $1,050,000

 ( 5)   Human Services Enterprise Mgmt. Sys.                               $800,000           $658,924                $0             $0          $0      $1,458,924
           Federal (Human Services)                                           $160,000           $127,147             $0             $0          $0            $287,147
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                 $640,000           $531,777             $0             $0          $0          $1,171,777
        Property Tax Star System Enhancement                               $150,000           $150,000                $0     $500,000            $0          $800,000
           Available in County Reserves-General Fund                          $100,000           $100,000             $0             $0          $0           $200,000
           Available in Recorder Tech Fund                                     $50,000            $50,000             $0       $166,600          $0           $266,600
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                       $0                 $0             $0       $333,400          $0           $333,400
        Criminal Justice Integration HUB Project                           $300,000                    $0             $0             $0          $0          $300,000
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                 $300,000                  $0            $0             $0          $0           $300,000

        Wide-Area Network Impr. And Disaster Recovery                      $412,000           $435,000         $580,000      $205,000            $0      $1,632,000
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                 $412,000           $435,000        $580,000      $205,000          $0          $1,632,000

        Human Services Imaging                                             $350,000           $350,000         $300,000              $0          $0      $1,000,000
           Available in Allocated Capital Projects Fund                       $150,000           $152,000              $0            $0          $0           $302,000
           Federal (Human Services)                                            $90,889           $198,000              $0            $0          $0           $288,889
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                 $109,111                 $0        $300,000            $0          $0           $409,111
        Voting Equipment Replacement                                     $1,300,000                    $0             $0             $0          $0      $1,300,000
           City Participation                                                 $800,000                  $0            $0             $0          $0           $800,000
           Federal Grant                                                      $150,000                  $0            $0             $0          $0           $150,000
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                 $350,000                  $0            $0             $0          $0           $350,000
        Help Desk Software                                                          $0        $186,000                $0             $0          $0          $186,000
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                        $0          $186,000             $0             $0          $0           $186,000

        Income Maintenance Automation Project                              $575,000           $400,000                $0             $0          $0          $975,000
           Federal (Human Services)                                           $281,750           $196,000             $0             $0          $0           $477,750
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                 $293,250           $204,000             $0             $0          $0           $497,250
        Financial System Enhancement and Upgrade                           $131,000                    $0      $150,000      $140,000            $0          $421,000
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                 $131,000                  $0       $150,000      $140,000          $0           $421,000

        Computer - Aided- Dispatch Upgrade                                 $626,928                    $0             $0             $0          $0          $626,928
           Enhanced 911 Surcharge                                             $626,928                  $0            $0             $0          $0           $626,928

 ( 2)   800 MHz Channel Addition                                           $375,000                    $0             $0             $0          $0          $375,000
           Available in Allocated Capital Projects Fund                        $49,750                  $0            $0             $0          $0            $49,750
           State Grant                                                        $325,250                  $0            $0             $0          $0           $325,250
        Electronic Poll Books                                                       $0                 $0             $0    $1,260,000           $0      $1,260,000
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                        $0                 $0            $0      $1,260,000         $0          $1,260,000

        Network Switch Replacement                                                  $0        $210,000         $175,000      $168,000      $351,000          $904,000
           G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                                       $0          $210,000        $175,000      $168,000     $351,000          $904,000

        SharePoint Project                                                          $0        $162,000          $86,000              $0          $0          $248,000
           G.O. Capital Notes                                                        $0          $162,000         $86,000            $0          $0           $248,000


 TOTAL COSTS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                      $5,019,928         $3,101,924        $1,791,000    $2,273,000     $351,000     $12,536,852




    ( 2) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)
    ( 5) Contingent upon a single Oracle organization solution

                                                                                                                                                       159
Anoka County                                                                                                                                              ADOPTED
2010 - 2014          CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                                      21-Jan-2010



                                                                  INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
   Project Costs
       Project Funding                                                         2010               2011           2012         2013         2014            TOTAL
                                                                               CIB                CIP            CIP          CIP          CIP              CIP

 NEW DEBT SERVICE LEVY IMPACT
 Public Health Information Management System
    G.O. Capital Notes                                                             $0          $126,500       $240,500           $0           $0
 Human Services Enterprise Mgmt. Sys.
    G.O. Capital Notes                                                      $147,200           $269,500       $269,500     $269,500     $269,500
 Property Tax Star System Enhancement
    G.O. Capital Notes                                                             $0                 $0            $0      $76,682      $76,682
 Criminal Justice Integration HUB Project
     G.O. Capital Notes                                                      $69,000            $69,000        $69,000      $69,000      $69,000
 Wide-Area Network Impr. And Disaster Recovery
    G.O. Capital Notes                                                       $94,800           $194,900       $328,300     $375,450           $0
 Human Services Imaging
    G.O. Capital Notes                                                       $25,100            $25,600        $94,600      $94,600      $94,600
 Voting Equipment Replacement
     G.O. Capital Notes                                                      $86,300            $86,300        $86,300      $86,300      $86,300
 Help Desk Software
     G.O. Capital Notes                                                            $0           $42,900        $42,900      $42,900      $42,900
 Income Maintenance Automation Project
     G.O. Capital Notes                                                      $67,500           $114,400       $114,400     $114,400     $114,400
 Financial System Enhancement and Upgrade
     G.O. Capital Notes                                                      $30,130            $30,130        $64,630      $96,830      $96,830
 Computer - Aided- Dispatch Upgrade
    Enhanced 911 Surcharge                                                         $0                 $0            $0           $0           $0
 Electronic Poll Books
     G.O. Capital Notes                                                            $0                 $0            $0     $289,800     $289,800
 Network Switch Replacement
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                                            $0           $27,300        $50,100      $72,000     $117,700
 SharePoint Project
    G.O. Capital Notes                                                             $0           $37,300        $57,000      $57,000      $57,000

TOTAL NEW LEVY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                       $520,030         $1,023,830      $1,417,230   $1,644,462   $1,314,712




   Projected Debt Service Levy:                        $2,269,930          $2,444,653         $2,590,407     $2,642,895   $2,860,085   $1,359,323




   ( 2) Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)
   ( 5) Contingent upon a single Oracle organization solution

                                                                                                                                                    160
                                                   Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Public Health Information Management System                   Start Date                  01/01/2002
  DEPARTMENT           Community Health                                              Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
  CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2002-05                                                             Cost Center                 3012

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                           $994,700.00
 The Community Health and Environmental Services (CHES) Department is proposing the completion of a department-wide initiative for the
 purchase and implementation of a computerized public health program and information management system. The system will be used for charting
 and tracking individual client health and services information, including electronic medical records necessary for interoperable data exchange, and
 collecting data for assessment and analysis, as well as for Department program management, auditing and reporting purposes.

  CIP funding already designated under this project will be used for the implementation in 2009 of Decade Software Company’s EnvisionConnect
  software to automate licensing, inspection tracking, complaint tracking and reporting for Environmental Services.

 The systems will be accessed by staff located in the Anoka County Government Center, Blaine Human Services Center, Correctional Health
 facilities (Anoka County Jail, Workhouse, Medium Security, East Central Regional Juvenile Center and Anoka County Juvenile Center) and the
 Southern and Eastern Anoka County Human Services Centers.

PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The Community Health and Environmental Services Department staff of 110 supports over 25 different program areas. Currently, the Department
 encounters many difficulties and inefficiencies in documenting, collecting, analyzing and reporting data due to manual data collection or outdated
 stand-alone data systems. The proposed public health case management and data collection system which will be replacing and integrating
 existing data systems, will be used to improve the management of the Department's programs and client caseload, simplify data collection used for
 meeting state, federal and other reporting requirements, and improve the quality of services to clients and protections it provides to the public. The
 system will establish uniform data collection processes across programs, improve accuracy and completeness of information in clients' charts,
 streamline chart audits, ensure regulatory compliance, generate management reports, and measure and link outcomes to the processes of care or
 business practices.

 In 2007, the Minnesota Legislature passed a mandate requiring electronic exchange of health data by 2015, for interoperability between state and
 local public health department information systems as well as between public health and the healthcare system generally.

 This project request has proposed funding for years 2011 and 2012 due to currently unknown data exchange and other requirements which will be
 determined in collaboration with the Minnesota Department of Health and other local public health agencies.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $2,044,700      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009             $994,700                 2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                            $994,700
                                                                          2010                     $0                2014                     $0

                                                                          2011              $550,000            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $1,050,000
                                                                          2012              $500,000          Project Total            $2,044,700


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Other                                  $1,050,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                 $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:      $1,050,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                          $18,900

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                            $18,900

                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                      $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                      $18,900

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:           0




                                                                                                                                           161
                                                      Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                                  2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                      2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Public Health Information Management System                     Start Date                    01/01/2002
  DEPARTMENT             Community Health                                                Est. Completion Date          12/31/2012
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                          Priority                      1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2002-05                                                                 Cost Center                   3012


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                   2010              2011              2012             2013              2014           FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL
Other                                                            $0        $550,000          $500,000                 $0                $0       $1,050,000
                         Total Costs                             $0        $550,000          $500,000                 $0                $0       $1,050,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                               $0        $550,000          $500,000                 $0                $0       $1,050,000
                       Total Funding                             $0        $550,000          $500,000                 $0                $0       $1,050,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 In 2007, the Minnesota Legislature passed a mandate requiring electronic exchange of health data, including inmate health records, by 2015.

 Among the Department’s annual caseload and interactions (2007 data) are:

 Public Health Nursing (PHN):                                                  Correctional Health:
 1,457 Long Term Care Consultation clients                                     6,811 Nursing patient encounters at the Anoka County Jail
 1,239 Waiver clients                                                          4,660 Nursing patient encounters at the other correctional facilities
   634 Follow-Along clients                                                    1,072 On-site psychiatric visits
 1,593 Family Health clients                                                     707 On-site physician visits
   128 Primary Refugee Health screenings
    57 Families followed for Hepatitis B surveillance                          Disease Prevention and Control:
    34 Elevated blood lead follow-up clients                                   4,372 Telephone inquiries
   183 TANF families served                                                    2,086 Immunization given to 505 persons
 1,180 Personal Care Attendant /MA clients                                       152 Follow-up of persons with infectious/disease preventable disease

CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Currently, the majority of the Community Health and Environmental Services Department's documentation and data collection systems are paper
 systems. Existing data systems are stand-alone applications, and often require duplication of data entry into several systems.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Internally, an integrated program and information management system will allow staff located in multiple locations to access pertinent client or
 historical information currently located in another site or a file in the possession of another staff. Externally, the system will allow for electronic data
 exchange between state and local public health department information systems as well as between public health and the healthcare system
 generally.




 Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                              Anoka County                                                             ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Public Health Information Management System           Start Date             01/01/2002
DEPARTMENT         Community Health                                      Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
CATEGORY           INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                Priority               1
PROJECT NUMBER 2002-05                                                   Cost Center            3012



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

A contract was finalized in December, 2005 with Netsmart Technologies, Inc. to conduct a requirements and gaps analysis
and the development of a plan for all areas of the Community Health and Environmental Services Department (CHES) for the
eventual procurement and implementation of information management systems for the Department.

Upon conclusion of the Phase I study, it has been determined to proceed in 2009 with the implementation of the Decade
EnvisionConnect software product for Environmental Services, which will be used to automate licensing, inspection tracking,
complaint tracking and reporting. Costs for implementing the Netsmart product for the other areas of the Department,
including customizations and the amount of required professional staff time from the County, are well beyond the current CIP
funds designated for the project. It has been determined that CHES will not go forward with a Phase II implementation of the
Netsmart product.

In 2007, the Minnesota Legislature passed a mandate requiring electronic exchange of health data by 2015. The scope of the
statutory language includes inmate health records. In conjunction with other local public health departments, we are working
with the Minnesota Department of Health to develop a plan to meet the mandate for interoperability between state and local
public health department information systems as well as between public health and the healthcare system generally. In the
Correctional Health domain, we are talking with key counties about partnering on an inmate electronic medical records
system.

Estimated project costs to complete the Public Health portion of an information system to meet the State of Minnesota 2015
mandate, based on the Netsmart analysis, is $1.5 million. These estimates assume Anoka County will partner with other
jurisdictions to jointly procure an interoperable health information system for public and correctional health.

Operating Budget Considerations: At this time, we have only noted costs associated with the implementation of the Decade
EnvisionConnect software. We do not know if the efforts required for system administration can be totally absorbed by
existing staff, and we have not noted any increase in staff requirements as a result of this project.

Note: Federal “Stimulus” funding does not appear to be available for funding this project.




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                                                Anoka County                                                   ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Public Health Information Management System         Start Date             01/01/2002
 DEPARTMENT           Community Health                                    Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                    Priority               1
 PROJECT NUMBER 2002-05                                                   Cost Center            3012




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                      TOTAL
                                                                    EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH       COST                        FUNDING        TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED       (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE         COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               0                $0       0%      0                       $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                             0.00               0                $0       0%      0                       $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                                $0                                       $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                               $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                    $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $18,900
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                         $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                              $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                    $18,900

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                           $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                        $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                       $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                   $18,900



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                                                 Anoka County                                                                        ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE        Public Health Information Management System                 Start Date                 01/01/2002
DEPARTMENT           Community Health                                            Est. Completion Date       12/31/2012
CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
PROJECT NUMBER 2002-05                                                           Cost Center                3012


                          APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT

  Phase I of the Public Health Information Management System (PHIMS) was completed in 2008. Phase I consisted of a requirements and
  gaps analysis and the development of a plan for all areas of the Community Health and Environmental Services Department (CHES) for the
  eventual procurement and implementation of information management systems for the Department. Upon conclusion of the Phase I study,
  it has been determined to proceed in 2009 with the implementation of the Decade software product for Environmental Services (ES), which
  will be used to automate licensing, inspection tracking, complaint tracking and reporting. Costs for implementing the Netsmart product for
  the other areas of the Department, including customizations and the amount of required professional staff time from the County, are well
  beyond the current CIP funds designated for the project. It has been determined that CHES will not go forward with a Phase II
  implementation of the Netsmart product.

  In 2007, the Minnesota Legislature passed a mandate requiring electronic exchange of health data by 2015. The scope of the statutory
  language includes inmate health records. In conjunction with other local public health departments, we are working with the Minnesota
  Department of Health to develop a plan to meet the mandate for interoperability between state and local public health department
  information systems as well as between public health and the healthcare system generally. In the Correctional Health domain, we are
  talking with key counties about partnering on an inmate electronic medical records system.

  Project costs through 2008/9 below anticipate costs for a Phase II implementation of the Decade Envision Connect system for
  Environmental Services. Project costs to complete the Public Health portion of an information system to meet the State of Minnesota 2015
  mandate are estimated to be $1.5 million if Anoka County partners with other jurisdictions to procure a system.




                                                                                         ESTIMATED
                                                                                          PROJECT
                                      PROJECT COST                                         TOTAL
                                   Professional Services                                 $331,669.00

                                   Capital Books & Computer Softwar                      $130,000.00

                                   Computers & Related Equipment                          $20,000.00

                                   Other                                              $1,563,031.00

                                                                                                $0.00

                                                                   TOTAL              $2,044,700.00


                                     PROJECT FUNDING
                                   G.O. Capital Notes                                 $2,044,700.00

                                                                                                $0.00

                                                                                                $0.00

                                                                                                $0.00

                                                                   TOTAL              $2,044,700.00



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                                                    Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Human Services Enterprise Mgmt. Sys.                         Start Date                   01/01/2007
  DEPARTMENT            Fiscal Services                                              Est. Completion Date         01/01/2011
  CATEGORY              INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                       Priority                     1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2002-07                                                             Cost Center                  3013

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                                PRIOR YEARS:                           $550,000.00
 This project will replace the old financial and collection legacy systems used by the Human Services Division. These systems are used for
 processing financial transactions, tracking client data, providing financial reports, and providing collection case management. The following is a list
 of systems that we need to have replaced or upgraded in this project: Integrated Financial System (IFS), Agency Collection System (ACS), Client
 Index System, Out of Home Placements (OHP), Social Welfare Fund (SWF), and Vendor Payment System (VPS).

 On December 11, 2006 a Request for Proposal (RFP) was issued to obtain proposals from vendors to develop and implement this project. We
 received only two proposals on this first RFP at a higher cost than anticipated. Thus, on April 17, 2007 the County Board rejected those two
 proposals and authorized the re-issuance of the RFP. On August 22, 2007, we issued a second RFP to obtain more cost effective proposals.

  Based on this second RFP, the proposal received from Strategic Information Solutions (SIS) is the most favorable in accomplishing our
  functionality needs and is the most reasonably priced. SIS proposed an Oracle E-Business Suite solution with an Oracle Extension for the
  collections case management functionality. SIS focuses exclusively on Government/Public Sector Implementations and is based in Chicago.

  In addition, in an effort to obtain the most cost effective quote to modify or replace the existing AS400 systems, we affirmatively contacted the
  current vendor who originally developed the old legacy systems, TriMin Systems Inc. TriMin provided a quote based on continuing to utilize and
  upgrade the existing AS400 systems. Their quote was substantially higher than the SIS quote. Furthermore, their quote did not include required
  functionality such as; case management, collections, med part B billing, consumer support grant billing, family support grant billing, contracts,
  workflows, and forecasting.

  We believe it is more beneficial for Anoka County to utilize an Oracle based system, since Central Accounting is on Oracle. Information Services,
  Central Accounting and Fiscal Services believe that an experienced vendor such as SIS will minimize the risks to upgrade these systems.
PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 With these obsolete systems, the Human Services Division does not meet all the necessary Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
 (HIPAA) security requirements. In addition, the existing system has limited security safeguards to provide the necessary internal controls
 suggested by State Auditors. These systems are written in old program language that does not allow our Anoka County staff to add fields to meet
 changing State requirements to track certain information without substantial difficulty. These systems are character based and allow for little
 flexibility for reporting, querying, or efficiencies with data management. Currently, the same data must be manually re-entered into the Human
 Services’ systems multiple times. Data cannot be imported or exported from Excel. Data must be keyed manually into spreadsheets to compile
 federal and state reports. In addition, the patchwork nature of the interfaces between the various systems is inefficient and can produce errors in
 the transfer of data.

Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $2,008,924      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009             $550,000                  2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                            $550,000
                                                                           2010             $800,000                  2014                     $0

                                                                           2011             $658,924             2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $1,458,924
                                                                           2012                    $0          Project Total            $2,008,924


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                  $1,319,213
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                 $0
 2 . Other                                     $11,217
 3 . Capital Books & Computer Software        $128,494                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                          $31,118

                                                                                                            TOTAL:                            $31,118
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:      $1,458,924
                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                   $6,005
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                            TOTAL:                             $6,005

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                       $25,113

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:            0



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                                                      Anoka County                                                                       ADOPTED

                                                  2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                      2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Human Services Enterprise Mgmt. Sys.                           Start Date               01/01/2007
  DEPARTMENT              Fiscal Services                                                Est. Completion Date     01/01/2011
  CATEGORY                INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                         Priority                 1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2002-07                                                                 Cost Center              3013


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                   2010               2011           2012           2013           2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                          TOTAL
Professional Services                                     $660,289           $658,924              $0             $0             $0      $1,319,213
Capital Books & Computer Software                         $128,494                  $0             $0             $0             $0        $128,494
Other                                                      $11,217                  $0             $0             $0             $0         $11,217
                         Total Costs                     $800,000            $658,924              $0             $0             $0      $1,458,924


        PROJECT FUNDING
Federal (Human Services)                                  $160,000           $127,147              $0             $0             $0        $287,147
G.O. Capital Notes                                        $640,000           $531,777              $0             $0             $0      $1,171,777
                        Total Funding                    $800,000            $658,924              $0             $0             $0      $1,458,924


 Note: 19.2962% Federal Reimbursement rate is based on the allocated expenses to Income Maintenance.


DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 This outdated system is the source for financial and management data for the Human Services Division managers and staff. There are currently
 278 Human Services users on the IBM server. During the calendar year 2008 this system processed 198,581 transactions.

 On Dec 6, 2004 Anoka County contracted with InterNuntius to provide documentation of the current Human Service financial processes as part of
 the pre-RFP process. This analysis focused on the inefficiencies of the outdated systems and processes required to support the operation of these
 outdated systems. Ninety county staff in thirty-four sessions were interviewed. During these sessions staff expressed their frustration in using
 these cumbersome, inflexible character based systems.

 The outdated existing system does not meet Federal security standards under HIPAA. The system also lacks the ability to establish internal
 controls recommended by the State Auditor and the ability to change reporting requirements to meet State-reporting requirements.

 These old systems are written in RPG and System 36. The individual who handled the programming for system 36 retired in the beginning of
 2008. It is difficult to find people with these expertises. We have also been informed that IBM will no longer support RPG programming when we
 upgrade to a newer version of hardware.

CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The following is a list of the systems that are involved in this project:

 The Vendor Payment System (VPS) was developed in-house in 1986 in an IBM System/36 environment using RPGII.
 The Agency Collection System (ACS) was developed in 1987, Integrated Financial System (IFS) was developed in 1988, and Social Welfare
 System (SWF) was developed in 1989. These systems were developed by TriMin systems using RPGLE as part of the Computer Management for
 Human Services (CMHS) consortium made up of several counties.
 Client Information System (CIS) was developed by Key Computer Services in 1986.
 Out of Home Placements System (OHP) was developed in-house in 1995 using Microsoft Visual FoxPro 6.0.

 All these accounting systems are older character-based systems and lack up to date features such as a relational database, easy to use query and
 reporting tools, or a graphical user interfaces.

OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Through the RFP process we determined it was beneficial to utilize Oracle Financials, which is in use by Finance and Central Services. Although
 the Human Services financial data must accommodate client information, we believe there will be some efficiencies in utilizing the same financial
 software as Finance and Central Services. A custom Oracle extension solution has been proposed to manage the collections case management
 needs of Human Services.




  Footnote: Contingent upon a single Oracle organization solution


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                                               Anoka County                                                                   ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       Human Services Enterprise Mgmt. Sys.                    Start Date                01/01/2007
DEPARTMENT          Fiscal Services                                         Est. Completion Date      01/01/2011
CATEGORY            INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                  Priority                  1
PROJECT NUMBER 2002-07                                                      Cost Center               3013



                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

This CIP is being requested to purchase and implement an enterprise management system solution to manage client related
information and client related financial transactions for Human Services.

The systems currently being utilized are plagued by the following issues:
 . Failure to comply with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act security needs
 . Manual and redundant transfer of information between systems
 · Lack of integration and inability to track clients through multiple systems (i.e. billing, receipting, vendor payment, Social
   Services Information System., etc.)
 · Maintenance of separate silos of information based on funding streams
 · Inability to import or export data (i.e. to or from Excel) to these systems
 · Inflexibility in reporting and data management
 · Inability to access information in real time
An enterprise management system would provide Human Services:
 · Improved compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
 . Cost efficiencies related to staff time as a result of elimination of duplicate data entry
 · Improved functionality in payment processing of vendor bills
 · Improved management decision-making due to integration of client data with financial data
 · Improved ability to meet program business needs by utilizing flexible reporting tools
 · Improved process flows

We recognize that this project is complicated and comprehensive. Completing this project in phases over multiple years will
minimize the impact of
cash flow to the County and will allow us to utilize internal resources most effectively. We have been working with SIS to
identify ways to reduce their original proposal. Through that effort they have agreed to reduce their proposal from $3,200,000
to $2,650,000. One of the larger reductions in costs was identified by SIS’ analysis of the single vs. multiple organization
implementation. The multiple organization implementation is $200,000 less and allows more flexibility for both Finance and
Human Services.

Based on a conversation with Cevin Petersen, it is our understanding that Finance and Central Services will provide all the
necessary hardware for this project and 45 of the 100 Oracle user licenses needed. This project will require a substantial
amount of Anoka County Staff time (including Human Services, Information Services and Finance and Central Services staff).
We have not included any extra operating costs related to overtime. We have also included no contingency funds.

Phase I - Requirements Definition and Gap Analysis Begin in                                                      Year 2009
Anoka County Staff include Subject Matter Experts in A/P, A/R G/L, and Collections as well as Technical Resources
SIS staff include Functional Analysts in A/P, A/R, G/L, and Collections as well as Technical Analysts
   Tasks for Phase I:
     o Detailed Analysis of the Human Services processes and current systems         o Development of a detailed Phase II plan.
     o Identification of gaps between Software and Requirements                      o Hardware purchase and installation
     o Identification of integration with other county and State systems

Phase II - Application Software Delivery, Installation, and Configuration                                     Year 2010
Anoka County Staff include Subject Matter Experts in A/P, A/R G/L, and Collections as well as Technical Resources
SIS staff include Functional Analysts in A/P, A/R, G/L, and Collections as well as Technical Analysts
   Tasks for Phase II:
    o Application Software installation and Configuration        o Data Migration and Conversion
    o Operating Software installation and Configuration          o Documentation
    o Integration Development                                    o Training

 Implementation of System                                                                                           January 2011




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                                                Anoka County                                                 ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Human Services Enterprise Mgmt. Sys.              Start Date             01/01/2007
 DEPARTMENT           Fiscal Services                                   Est. Completion Date   01/01/2011
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                  Priority               1
 PROJECT NUMBER 2002-07                                                 Cost Center            3013




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                  EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING        TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE         COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00                 0            $0       0%      0                       $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                             0.00                 0            $0       0%      0                       $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                              $0                                       $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                             $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                  $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                     $31,118
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                       $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                            $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                  $31,118

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                     $6,005
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                      $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                ($6,005)


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                 $25,113



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                                                   Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                              2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                  2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE         Human Services Enterprise Mgmt. Sys.                           Start Date                   01/01/2007
DEPARTMENT            Fiscal Services                                                Est. Completion Date         01/01/2011
CATEGORY              INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
PROJECT NUMBER 2002-07                                                               Cost Center                  3013


                           APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT

  Prior to issuing the RFP on December 11, 2006, Anoka County contracted with Internuntius and FreeLantz Solutions to complete the
  business analysis and write proposals to acquire a software package. On March 2, 2007 we received two proposals. The County Board
  rejected the two proposals and authorized the re-issuance of the RFP on April 17, 2007. On August 22, 2007 a modified RFP was issued.
  We received five proposals on October 29, 2007. The project team selected three vendors to present their proposals in detail to Anoka
  County.

  Anoka selected Strategic Information Solutions as the vendor finalist for the following reasons: (1) Exclusive focus on Government / Public
  sector implementations. Specialization in projects like the County’s FACTS implementation effort; (2) They proposed an Oracle Extension
  for the Collections Case Management functionality. This will provide seamless integration with the Oracle E-Business Suite; (3) Exclusive
  focus on Oracle based E-Business Suite implementations – SIS specializes in and only implements Oracle applications; (4) Located in
  Chicago. Prior clients include; St. Paul School District, Waukesha County-WI, Cook County-IL, and Lake County-IL; (5) Heavy emphasis
  on
  documentation and training.

  During 2008 and 2009, Strategic Information Solutions came to Anoka County, free of charge. They worked with Anoka County on ways to
  decrease the cost of this project. Our proposal to reduce the costs includes: (1) A reduction of $200,000 related to implementing in a
  multiple organization vs. single organization environment, allowing more flexibility for both Finance and Central Services and Human
  Services. (2) Reducing the number of licenses required from 150 to 100; (3) Removing seven of the required interfaces (A/P to Treasury,
  A/P to Oracle, A/R to Treasury, G/L to G/L, G/L to Budget, A/P to Checks/Positive Pay/Bank Rec., Separate System to HR; (4) Reducing
  the amount of post implementation support from two months to one month. (5) Removing unnecessary software including check printing
  software, I-Supplier and I-Procurement.

  Anoka staff will have a significant involvement in this project. We have identified the following areas that internal staff (Information Services
  and Accounting) will be involved: (1) Developing reports; (2) Developing workflows; (3) Database configuration; (4) Conversions; (5)
  Creating Interfaces; (6) Subject Matter Experts in A/P, A/R, G/L and Labor Distribution (Business process analysis, software & operating
  system installation and development)


          Note: 19.2962% Federal reimbursement rate is based on the allocated expenses to Income Maintenance.
                                                                                              ESTIMATED
                                                                                               PROJECT
                                        PROJECT COST                                            TOTAL
                                     Capital Books & Computer Softwar                        $172,562.00

                                     Professional Services                                 $2,477,221.00

                                     Other                                                    $11,217.00

                                                                                                     $0.00

                                                                                                     $0.00

                                                                      TOTAL                $2,661,000.00


                                       PROJECT FUNDING
                                     Federal (Human Services)                                $513,471.00

                                     G.O. Capital Notes                                    $2,147,529.00

                                                                                                     $0.00

                                                                                                     $0.00

                                                                      TOTAL                $2,661,000.00



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                                                   Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Property Tax Star System Enhancement                         Start Date                  01/01/2005
  DEPARTMENT           Property Records & Tax - Admin                               Est. Completion Date        12/31/2011
  CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                       Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-10                                                            Cost Center                 0360

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                             PRIOR YEARS:                     $1,349,220.00
 The STAR System is our Integrated Property Assessment, Taxation and Land Records software application and serves the needs and
 requirements of the offices of Auditor, Treasurer, Assessor and Recorder here at Anoka County. Initial implementation of the STAR System went
 live in December of 2004. This project is intended to include anticipated enhancements and upgrades to this system.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Enhancements to the application are planned for the future. These enhancements which include data collection and analysis, assessment appeals
 module, call center, GIS integration, wireless technology and electronic recording, will provide opportunities to take advantage of additional tools
 and technologies which will allow us greater efficiencies and improve service to our customers. In addition, the systems that are used to support
 the STAR application will be in need of upgrades and additions to keep pace with current growth patterns and to accommodate the implementation
 of new modules. In 2013 you will notice that we have included $500K to begin a study, RFP and gap analysis for a potential conversion and
 migration to either the Manatron GRM application or a similar emerging technology. We estimate that such a conversion/migration might begin in
 2014. Current information indicates that a conversion/migration would cost approximately $5,000,000.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                    Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                        $2,149,220      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                  THROUGH 2009          $1,349,220                  2013             $500,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                         $1,349,220
                                                                         2010             $150,000                  2014                    $0

                                                                         2011             $150,000            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                               $800,000
                                                                         2012                    $0          Project Total          $2,149,220


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                             Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                   Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                   $500,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                               $0
 2 . Computers & Related Equipment           $245,000
 3 . Capital Books & Computer Software        $55,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                            $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                  $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:        $800,000
                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                    $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                           $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                           $0

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                         171
                                                    Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Property Tax Star System Enhancement                        Start Date                  01/01/2005
  DEPARTMENT             Property Records & Tax - Admin                              Est. Completion Date        12/31/2011
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                      Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-10                                                             Cost Center                 0360


                            ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010           2011             2012             2013             2014         FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                          TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0             $0               $0       $500,000                 $0       $500,000
Computers & Related Equipment                             $95,000      $150,000                 $0               $0               $0        $245,000
Capital Books & Computer Software                         $55,000              $0               $0               $0               $0         $55,000
                         Total Costs                     $150,000      $150,000                 $0       $500,000                 $0        $800,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
Available in County Reserves-General Fund                $100,000      $100,000                 $0               $0               $0        $200,000
Available in Recorder Tech Fund                           $50,000       $50,000                 $0       $166,600                 $0        $266,600
G.O. Capital Notes                                              $0             $0               $0       $333,400                 $0        $333,400
                        Total Funding                    $150,000      $150,000                 $0       $500,000                 $0        $800,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The STAR System is essential to the ongoing operations of Anoka County and a necessity in meeting the statutory requirements of the Auditor,
 Treasurer, Assessor and Recorder. The application enhancements and hardware upgrades will be required to insure the future operation of the
 system and accommodate future growth and customer demands.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The projection of future needs, with the addition of new users, tax parcel and data growth, application modules and expanded capabilities of the
 software, indicate faster and larger capacity hardware will be required in the future.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Other metro counties have started discussions with the vendor. Future collaboration may still exist as they have a growing interest in Anoka’s
 project.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                              Anoka County                                              ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       Property Tax Star System Enhancement            Start Date             01/01/2005
DEPARTMENT     Property Records & Tax - Admin                       Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                               Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-10                                              Cost Center            0360

                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
 Infrastructure & Application Requirements/Upgrades/Enhancements:

 2007:
               Data Collection & Analysis (w/ appraiser tablets and wireless cards)
               Electronic Recording and CRV (w/ offsetting funding through Recorder Equipment Fund)
               Additional Backup Capacity
               Additional Citrix licensing

 2008:
               Imaging Expansion - Disk Storage (for sketches and attached documents)
               New Production Server
               Call Center (w/ email notification & speech recognition)
               Assessment Appeals Module
               Assessment Office Upgrade
               Refund Checkbook
               Additional Test Servers (i.e. IVR and EPS)
               Additional Backup Capacity
               Replacement of Payment and Statement Servers

 2009:
               Data Collection & Analysis (w/ MRA Market Regression Analysis)
               IVR Payment Server
               Wireless Technology
               Citrix Expansion - Replacement Servers
               Atrix Server Replacement
               Replacement Servers (i.e. public web, star-lite and onbase web)
               Imaging Expansion

 2010:
               Disaster Recovery

 2011:
               New Production Server

 2012:
               (no plans at this time)

 2013:
               Study, RFP & Gap Analysis

 2014:
               Potential Conversion/Migration




                                                                                                        173
                                                Anoka County                                               ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Property Tax Star System Enhancement             Start Date             01/01/2005
 DEPARTMENT           Property Records & Tax - Admin                   Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                 Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2005-10                                                Cost Center            0360




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF         YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS        NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00                 0           $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                             $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                           $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                    $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                         $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                      $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                      $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                   $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                    $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                     $0



                                                                                                           174
                                                    Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Criminal Justice Integration HUB Project                      Start Date                  07/01/2006
  DEPARTMENT           Attorney                                                      Est. Completion Date        12/31/2011
  CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-07                                                             Cost Center                 1200

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                               PRIOR YEARS:                            $860,000.00
 Anoka County Criminal Justice Partners are requesting the continuing support for implementation of the Integration HUB which will provide the
 sharing and transferring of data between criminal justice applications within the county and the state of Minnesota. The HUB will enable law
 enforcement, county attorney, detention/correction facilities, and probation the ability to push, pull, query, and subscribe to data in applications
 across the county and the state included the state courts system. The HUB will serve as the vehicle to move data from one application to another
 without a user keying in the information. The HUB will also serve as the message exchange center for these systems whose goal is the timely
 access and exchange of criminal justice information which benefits the residents of Anoka County by increasing the sharing of criminal justice data
 across disciplines in the county and the state and thereby increasing public safety in Anoka County. In addition, it will serve as the portal to send
 mandated data to the state and give Anoka County the ability to share criminal justice data with other jurisdictions in the state.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 This project will reduce the amount of redundant data entry and duplication of effort in criminal justice departments throughout the county and
 create one central point in which to manage data that needs to be shared and distributed throughout existing criminal justice applications. The
 heart of the HUB would utilize an ID service that would improve the ability to positively identify an individual within the county criminal justice
 system. The ability to notify, with minimal user effort, when information changes in one application which is needed downstream by another would
 become available. Implementing a criminal justice integration HUB would become the single point of integration for all criminal justice integration in
 the county and the portal to which to send information to state mandated systems.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $1,160,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009            $860,000                  2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                            $860,000
                                                                          2010             $300,000                  2014                     $0

                                                                          2011                    $0            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $300,000
                                                                          2012                    $0          Project Total            $1,160,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                    $200,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                         $100,000
 2 . Other                                     $25,000
 3 . Furniture & Office Equipment              $75,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                          $25,000

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                           $125,000
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $300,000
                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                      $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                      $125,000

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:           1




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                                                     Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Criminal Justice Integration HUB Project                      Start Date                   07/01/2006
  DEPARTMENT             Attorney                                                      Est. Completion Date         12/31/2011
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-07                                                               Cost Center                  1200


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011             2012              2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                              TOTAL
Professional Services                                    $200,000                $0               $0                $0               $0        $200,000
Other                                                     $25,000                $0               $0                $0               $0          $25,000
Furniture & Office Equipment                              $75,000                $0               $0                $0               $0          $75,000
                         Total Costs                     $300,000                $0               $0                $0               $0         $300,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                       $300,000                $0               $0                $0               $0         $300,000
                        Total Funding                    $300,000                $0               $0                $0               $0         $300,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Reduction of redundant data entry decreases incidences of error and increases the efficiency of effort throughout the life of a case. This project
 will give us a mechanism to maximize information received from law enforcement delivered to the county attorney system to courts and then to
 detention facilities and corrections, completing the life-cycle of the case. In addition, information may flow in the reverse, giving the agencies
 upstream the ability to learn the outcome of the case. All the participants receive the benefits of the work done by the cooperation of the other
 agencies. Each participant will have the ability to dictate the information it determines to share among the partners and which information they
 would request to receive from the other participating agencies.

 All agencies in this partnership share the common goal of increasing public safety through enhanced cooperation and efficiency. This option would
 give the county participants a total picture of the individual’s identity and involvement in the county and state criminal justice process from a single
 source. In addition to benefiting the county departments, it would give the criminal justice partners an opportunity to make public information
 available to citizens of Anoka County in a timely and easily accessible manner.

CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The county network has the ability to handle the volume of information that would be passed to and from different systems in the county. The
 network will ensure adequate response time that would be expected by the participants in the system.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Anoka County is moving toward entering into a partnership with Dakota County who has significant knowledge from the work that they have
 completed on their integration HUB projects. Anoka is also in the process of hiring a developer that will be dedicated to the HUB project in Anoka
 County and will be able to work closely with the Dakota County team in facilitating knowledge transfer concerning their HUB application, Microsoft
 BizTalk. Anoka County will continue collaboration with both Dakota and Ramsey Counties to effectively leverage work completed in the other two
 counties.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                               Anoka County                                                                  ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Criminal Justice Integration HUB Project                Start Date                07/01/2006
DEPARTMENT         Attorney                                                Est. Completion Date      12/31/2011
CATEGORY           INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                  Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2006-07                                                     Cost Center               1200



                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

Anoka County recognizes the need for a criminal justice HUB on the county level that would allow the exchange of data and
electronic files transferred (exchanged) from one criminal justice agency to another as the case progresses through events
such as an incident, arrest, booking, charging, adjudication, incarceration, probation and parole. This type of data integration
would allow for a complete picture and identity of an individual entered into the system regardless of where the original data
may reside. This passing of data will reduce redundant data entry and lessen the chance for mistakes that could create
liability for the county. This type of system will allow the user a single port of to gather information from all the systems that
carry information on that individual and give the user a clear picture of where the person is in the criminal justice agency. In
addition, it would be single point of contact to the state of Minnesota and reduce the amount of interfaces that are currently
required and need maintenance based on the current point to point integration.




                                                                                                                            177
                                                 Anoka County                                                   ADOPTED

                                             2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                 2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE       Criminal Justice Integration HUB Project             Start Date             07/01/2006
  DEPARTMENT          Attorney                                             Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
  CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                    Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-07                                                   Cost Center            1200




                             EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                       TOTAL
                                                                     EMPLOYEE
                                        # OF           YEAR/MONTH      COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)             POSITIONS          NEEDED      (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



       PERMANENT

Technical Developer                       1.00            1/1/2010     $100,000       0%      0                $100,000


       TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                               0.00                   0           $0       0%      0                      $0



         Subtotal Salary Costs            1.00                         $100,000                                $100,000




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
      DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                                $0
      OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                     $0
      MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                      $25,000
      FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                         $0
      CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                              $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                    $25,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                          $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                       $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                       $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                   $125,000



                                                                                                               178
                                                  Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                             2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                 2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE        Criminal Justice Integration HUB Project                     Start Date                   07/01/2006
DEPARTMENT           Attorney                                                     Est. Completion Date
CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
PROJECT NUMBER 2006-07                                                            Cost Center                  1200


                           APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT

  In 2007, Anoka County hired Virchow Krause & Company to design and plan the implementation of the Anoka County HUB. This planning
  phase of the project produced deliverables which included a roadmap for the initial functionality and implementation of the Anoka County
  Criminal Justice HUB. Since that time, Anoka County has partnered with Dakota County to purchase the BizTalk base code of their
  Integration HUB and are in the process of entering into a cooperative development project. This development project is to consume three
  MNCIS messages (state court messages) and deliver that data into four line of business applications. We anticipate that this initial project
  will be completed in early 2010 and benefit all the departments sponsoring this project..
  Anoka County is in the process of hiring a developer that will be dedicated to the HUB project and will be assigned to work closely and
  cooperatively with the Dakota HUB development team to ensure knowledge transfer. Anoka and Dakota are exploring the option of
  working on joint projects in the future.




                                                                                           ESTIMATED
                                                                                            PROJECT
                                       PROJECT COST                                          TOTAL

                                                                                                  $0.00

                                                                                                  $0.00

                                                                                                  $0.00

                                                                                                  $0.00

                                                                                                  $0.00

                                                                    TOTAL                         $0.00


                                      PROJECT FUNDING
                                                                                                  $0.00

                                                                                                  $0.00

                                                                                                  $0.00

                                                                                                  $0.00

                                                                    TOTAL                         $0.00



                                                                                                                                        179
                                                    Anoka County                                                                                ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Wide-Area Network Impr. And Disaster Recovery                  Start Date                    01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            IS-Computer Operations                                         Est. Completion Date          12/31/2012
  CATEGORY              INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                         Priority                      1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-08                                                               Cost Center                   0634

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                               PRIOR YEARS:                             $285,000.00
 This project includes building an alternative computing site to allow for the recovery of critical business systems in the event of equipment outage
 or disaster. This project includes using an existing County facility (e.g., Bunker Hills Auxiliary Maintenance Facility) to provide an alternative site.
 This project also requests continued funding for adding fiber connections between the Government Center complex and our larger remote sites.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 System reliability and availability is becoming increasing critical to the operation of our core business. Outages, even for a short time, can impact
 the productivity of our staff to complete their tasks and serve citizens. In addition, there are many examples throughout the County of legal,
 statutory, regulatory, public safety and public health risks if systems are unavailable for significant time periods. This project includes the costs for
 the creation of an alternative computing site at one of the County’s remote facilities (e.g., Bunker Hills Auxiliary Maintenance Facility). This site will
 be used to house equipment to ensure the recovery of the most critical County systems in a short period of time and in addition, the site will have
 space available to accommodate additional equipment in the event of a county disaster.

 In 2007 and 2008, the fiber project to create a backbone and complete the connections to Rum River Human Services, Parks buildings, the
 Sheriff’s Patrol/Highway Building, the Blaine Human Services building and three Library buildings were completed. Funding is requested in 2012
 for additional fiber connections to other remote County sites.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                       Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                          $1,917,000       PRIOR YEARS
                                                                     THROUGH 2009             $285,000                   2013              $205,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                             $285,000
                                                                            2010              $412,000                   2014                     $0

                                                                            2011              $435,000             2015 / BEYOND                  $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                               $1,632,000
                                                                            2012              $580,000           Project Total           $1,917,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                                Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                      Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                     $830,000
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                  $0
 2 . Computers & Related Equipment             $677,000
 3 . Buildings & Structures                    $125,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                               $0

                                                                                                              TOTAL:                                   $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $1,632,000
                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                       $0
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                              $0

                                                                                                              TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                          NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                              $0

                                                                                                  NEW POSITIONS:             0




                                                                                                                                              180
                                                     Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Wide-Area Network Impr. And Disaster Recovery                 Start Date                   01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              IS-Computer Operations                                        Est. Completion Date         12/31/2012
  CATEGORY                INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority                     1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-08                                                                Cost Center                  0634


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012              2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                               TOTAL
Professional Services                                    $230,000                $0        $580,000           $20,000                 $0        $830,000
Buildings & Structures                                   $125,000                $0                $0                $0               $0         $125,000
Computers & Related Equipment                             $57,000         $435,000                 $0        $185,000                 $0         $677,000
                          Total Costs                    $412,000        $435,000          $580,000          $205,000                 $0       $1,632,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                       $412,000         $435,000         $580,000          $205,000                 $0       $1,632,000
                         Total Funding                   $412,000        $435,000          $580,000          $205,000                 $0       $1,632,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The County is reliant on the use of technology to conduct its core business operations. As we become more reliant on technology it has become
 increasingly important to have alternative processing capabilities available to allow for continuous systems operation. In the event of an outage or
 disaster, an alternate processing facility will provide County divisions, departments and offices with the ability to maintain mission critical
 applications and core business processes. In addition, making improvements to the network connections to our larger remote sites will provide
 better performance and operational efficiencies to those remote departments. The time to recover will be significantly improved with a secondary
 site which will have some live equipment available for immediate use rather than waiting to connect to a remote disaster recovery site and restoring
 multiple backup tapes.

CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Currently, the County contracts with SunGard to provide alternative processing facilities in the event of a disaster. That means if a disaster
 occurred in the County’s Server or Computer rooms it would take a significant period of time to recover the systems to the SunGard alternative
 site. In addition, even a small outage with a single server will cause downtime to the users of the applications on the server. Having an alternative
 processing site at a County facility would bring about efficiencies to allow for a quicker recovery time in the case of outages or a disaster.

 In 2007 and 2008, a fiber backbone was installed with connections to the Rum River Human Services building, the Parks buildings, the Sheriff’s
 Patrol/Highway building, the Blaine Human Services building and three Library buildings. In addition, in 2008, an alternative connection was made
 to the State of Minnesota to create redundant internet capabilities for the County. Funds are requested in 2012 to extend these fiber connections
 to other remote sites.

OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 The County has taken advantage of the school district fiber infrastructure to create a fiber backbone and connect our larger remote sites at a
 reasonable cost. Together with the State of Minnesota, we have created a secondary network connection to the internet. In addition, we continue
 discussions with other counties and the State of Minnesota for opportunities of shared fiber capabilities (e.g., Bunker Hills Auxiliary Maintenance
 Facility). We also plan to apply for any applicable stimulus funds.

 This project includes using an existing County facility (e.g., Bunker Hills Auxiliary Maintenance Facility) to provide an alternative site. While
 improvements to the connectivity between buildings would provide advantages to our users in the remote sites, these same connectivity
 improvements can be used for access to an offsite location in the event of a disaster. All of the equipment at the secondary site will be
 infrastructure related and shared by the entire county.

 CIP Form No. 2




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                               Anoka County                                                                 ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Wide-Area Network Impr. And Disaster Recovery           Start Date               01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT         IS-Computer Operations                                  Est. Completion Date     12/31/2012
CATEGORY           INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                  Priority                 1
PROJECT NUMBER 2006-08                                                     Cost Center              0634



                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

This project includes building an alternative computing site to allow for the recovery of critical business systems in the event of
equipment outage or disaster. This project also requests continued funding of improvements to the network connections
between the Government Center complex and the larger remote sites. Following are the steps and tasks that would be
completed over the course of this project:

2010
Costs included in 2010 are to build an offsite disaster recovery site at one of the remote County sites that is connected to the
Government Center by fiber. Building improvement costs have been included for such items as construction costs,
environmental controls, security access, room preparations, electrical and cabling.

2011
Costs in 2011 include the estimated cost for installing a secondary Storage Area Network (SAN) and backup system. This
equipment will be used to ensure the recovery of the most critical County systems in a short period of time.

2012
Costs in 2012 include the estimated cost for installation of fiber at other remote sites (e.g., License Centers, Lino Lakes, etc.)
to the fiber backbone to improve performance at those facilities and eliminate the cost of leased phone lines. This connection
will also provide a redundant connection for remote sites in the event of a disaster.

2013
Costs in 2013 include the estimated costs for continued capacity additions to the Storage Area Network.




                                                                                                                           183
                                                Anoka County                                                    ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Wide-Area Network Impr. And Disaster Recovery         Start Date             01/01/2010
 DEPARTMENT           IS-Computer Operations                                Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                      Priority               1
 PROJECT NUMBER 2006-08                                                     Cost Center            0634




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                        TOTAL
                                                                      EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH         COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED         (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               0                  $0       0%      0                      $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                             0.00               0                  $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                                  $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                                $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                     $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                            $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                         $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                              $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                          $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                           $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                        $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                        $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                          $0



                                                                                                                184
                                                    Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Human Services Imaging                                     Start Date                  01/01/2006
  DEPARTMENT            Human Services Admin.                                      Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
  CATEGORY              INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                     Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-09                                                           Cost Center                 3999

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                           $920,000.00
 The Anoka County Human Services Division is requesting the hardware, software, and implementation resources necessary for creating a
 computerized system to better organize and store data in electronic format. We would like to have the ability to access and process data
 electronically so that we can efficiently manage documents and share them with other departments, counties, and states. This will allow us to
 effectively manage electronic records to comply with data practice regulations and to support our case management practices. This CIP includes a
 phased implementation for several Human Services departments.

 CIP funding for the Human Services Imaging Project totals $920,000 through 2009. This existing funding will allow the Corrections and Social
 Services Department to complete their imaging project and provides $50,000 for the initial business analysis for the Fiscal Services Department.
 The funding being requested for 2010 would allow the Fiscal Services Department to begin development and implementation and provide $50,000
 for an initial business analysis for the Child Support Unit in Income Maintenance.


PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 In 2009 the Corrections Field Services Unit will go live.

 the Child Intake Unit in Social Services receives about 8,000 reports of alleged child maltreatment per year with each report generating up to 100
 pages of records that must be stored and shared rapidly with members of the criminal justice system. The department is finishing up conversion to
 imaging of these documents to better handle, access and assure security for these records.

 The Human Services Fiscal Services Department processes over 19,000 receipts and nearly 21,000 checks per year (51,600 lines of detail).
 Additionally, the Collections Unit maintains over 1,200 collections cases with a 25% turnover annually. The Collections Unit maintains various
 documents and court orders related to the determination and collection of fees for out-of-home placements. They are required to keep these
 documents for a period of 4 years after a case has closed or the child reaches the age of 18, whichever occurs first. The paper back-up for these
 transactions and cases is housed in 4 large rolling file shelves. Each rolling file contains 7 shelves and is double sided. In addition, older
 documentation is stored in 439 boxes in a record retention room. It is anticipated that the paper back-up documentation for these cases, checks
 and receipts would be imaged and incorporated into an electronic workflow, thus, eliminating paper files and making the unit more efficient.

 The Child Support Unit in Income Maintenance manages various documents and court orders related to the establishment of paternity, basic
 support, medical support, childcare and the modification and enforcement of court orders. Child support cases are retained until the youngest child
 reaches the age of 24 or three years after the final child support payment is made, whichever occurs last. There are over 15,000 child support

Summary of Total Project Costs                                   Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                          $1,920,000   PRIOR YEARS
                                                                 THROUGH 2009             $920,000                 2013                    $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                             $920,000
                                                                         2010             $350,000                 2014                    $0

                                                                         2011             $350,000            2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                               $1,000,000
                                                                         2012             $300,000          Project Total          $1,920,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                            Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                  Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                     $536,594
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                               $0
 2 . Furniture & Office Equipment              $463,406
                                                                     B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                            $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $1,000,000
                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                 $0

                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                    $0
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                           $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                 $0

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                           $0

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:           0




                                                                                                                                        185
                                                    Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Human Services Imaging                                       Start Date                  01/01/2006
  DEPARTMENT             Human Services Admin.                                        Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                       Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2006-09                                                              Cost Center                 3999


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010            2011             2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
Professional Services                                    $196,594       $195,000         $145,000                 $0               $0        $536,594
Furniture & Office Equipment                             $153,406       $155,000         $155,000                 $0               $0        $463,406
                         Total Costs                     $350,000       $350,000         $300,000                 $0               $0      $1,000,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                       $109,111               $0       $300,000                 $0               $0        $409,111
Federal (Human Services)                                  $90,889       $198,000                 $0               $0               $0        $288,889
Available in Allocated Capital Projects Fund             $150,000       $152,000                 $0               $0               $0        $302,000
                        Total Funding                    $350,000       $350,000         $300,000                 $0               $0      $1,000,000


 Note: 19.2962% Federal Reimbursement rate is based on the allocated expenses to Income Maintenance. A 66% Federal Reimbursement rate
 is for the Child Support Unit in the Income Maintenance Department.


DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The existing CIP funding committed to the HS Imaging Project through 2009 will allow the Corrections and Social Services Departments to
 complete their imaging projects.

 The Human Services Fiscal Services Department processes over 19,000 receipts and nearly 21,000 checks per year (51,600 lines of detail).
 Additionally, the Collections Unit maintains over 1,200 collections cases with a 25% turnover annually. The Collections Unit maintains various
 documents and court orders related to the determination and collection of fees for out-of-home placements. They are required to keep these
 documents for a period of 4 years after a case has closed or the child reaches the age of 18, whichever occurs first. The paper back-up for these
 transactions and cases is housed in 4 large rolling file shelves. Each one contains 7 shelves and is double sided. In addition, older documentation
 is stored in 439 boxes in a large record retention room. It is anticipated that the paper back-up documentation for these cases, checks and
 receipts would be imaged and incorporated into an electronic workflow, thus, eliminating paper files and making the unit more efficient.

 The Child Support Unit in Income Maintenance manages various documents and court orders related to the establishment of paternity, basic
 support, medical support, childcare and the modification and enforcement of court orders. Child support cases are retained until the youngest child
 reaches the age of 24 or three years after the final child support payment is made, whichever occurs last. There are over 15,000 child support
 cases occupying 74 five-drawer lateral file cabinets and one high-density space saving file unit. The file cabinets and high-density unit are old.
 Parts are difficult to find and may not be available.

 This project would utilize imaging software to accomplish efficiency in workflow, easy and efficient access to case documents and increased
 reliability of information by capturing and storing documents electronically. An imaging system would allow both departments to move, share,
 secure and file documents as well as follow prescribed record retention requirements in a cost-effective and productive fashion.

CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The Community Corrections Department now has all necessary equipment in place and the CIP proposal does not propose replacing or adding any
 additional infrastructure for them. We will need to add several better or larger displays and a scanner during 2009 for Social Services and additional
 equipment or capacity in Imaging. During 2010 and 2011 we will continue to need to add or upgrade equipment or infrastructure.



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 An imaging system for the Human Services Fiscal Services Department will allow key people in other departments to quickly access payment,
 receipting and case data records through security settings and workflows. Some departments may include; the County Attorney, Finance and
 Central Services and all other Human Services Departments




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                           186
                                             Anoka County                                                              ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Human Services Imaging                               Start Date               01/01/2006
DEPARTMENT        Human Services Admin.                                Est. Completion Date     12/31/2012
CATEGORY          INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                               Priority                 1
PROJECT NUMBER 2006-09                                                 Cost Center              3999



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

This CIP is requested to bring imaging capabilities into the Human Services Division by integrating it one or two departments
at a time. It began with the Community Corrections Department, which will have imaging fully implemented soon. The Social
Services Department is the second department to implement imaging and the Human Services Fiscal Services Unit will be the
next.

The Social Services department will be the second department to complete the project. In 2010 the Fiscal Services
Department will begin implementation and the Child Support Unit in the Income Maintenance department will begin business
analysis planning.

We believe there will be some cost efficiencies in doing additional Human Services departments once Community Corrections
is implemented, and we have learned how to avoid costs and maximize utility of the process.

2009
 Add the additional hardware capacity and software to implement imaging in Social Services
 Complete the final planning for implementation of imaging in Social Services
 Implement imaging in the Child Intake Unit in Social Services
 Conduct the business analysis study for the Human Services Fiscal Unit

2010
 Add the additional hardware capacity and software to implement imaging in the Human Services Fiscal Services Unit
 Complete the final planning for implementation of Imaging in the Human Services Fiscal Services Unit
 Implement imaging in the Human services Fiscal Services Unit
 Conduct business analysis study for the Child Support Unit in the Income Maintenance Department

2011
 Add the additional hardware capacity and software to implement imaging in Child Support Unit in the Income Maintenance
  Department
 Complete the final planning for implementation of imaging in the Child Support Unit of the Income Maintenance Department
 Implement imaging in the Child Support Unit of the Income Maintenance Department
 Conduct business analysis study for final department

2012
 Add the additional hardware capacity and software to implement imaging in final department
 Complete the final planning for implementation of imaging in final department
 Implement imaging in final department




                                                                                                                      187
                                               Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Human Services Imaging                           Start Date             01/01/2006
 DEPARTMENT           Human Services Admin.                            Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                 Priority               1
 PROJECT NUMBER 2006-09                                                Cost Center            3999




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                      # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)           POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                   0.00             0                $0       0%      0                      $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                            0.00             0                $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs        0.00                              $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                           $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                    $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                         $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                      $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                      $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                   $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                    $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                     $0



                                                                                                           188
                                                  Anoka County                                                                        ADOPTED

                                             2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                 2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE        Human Services Imaging                                       Start Date                  01/01/2006
DEPARTMENT           Human Services Admin.                                        Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
PROJECT NUMBER 2006-09                                                            Cost Center                 3999


                          APPROVED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT STATUS REPORT

  Previously the Corrections Field Services Unit itself managed documents related to approximately 14,000 clients under supervision in a
  manual, paper intensive process. This process included labeling and routing paper documents to and from probation officers for filing and
  maintaining in paper files. In addition the Criminal Justice system in Anoka County and the larger State of Minnesota is creating a
  seamless flow of information from law enforcement to county attorney, to the courts, and to Corrections.

  This system will utilize imaging software to accomplish efficiency in workflow, accuracy of data, easy access, and increased reliability of
  information by capturing and storing data electronically. An imaging system will also allow the Corrections Field Services Unit to move,
  share, file and ultimately destroy data, in a cost-effective and productive manner. Workflow should occur quicker, cheaper, and with greater
  reliability.

  Corrections expects to go live with their imaging project on June 1, 2009. The project is on schedule and on or under budget.


  Note: Fiscal yearly costs to be determined during business analysis is 2009




                                                                                          ESTIMATED
                                                                                           PROJECT
                                      PROJECT COST                                          TOTAL
                                    Furniture & Office Equipment                        $1,033,406.00

                                    Professional Services                                 $886,594.00

                                                                                                 $0.00

                                                                                                 $0.00

                                                                                                 $0.00

                                                                   TOTAL                $1,920,000.00


                                      PROJECT FUNDING
                                   Federal (Human Services)                              $288,889.00

                                   G.O. Capital Notes                                  $1,631,111.00

                                                                                                 $0.00

                                                                                                 $0.00

                                                                   TOTAL                $1,920,000.00



                                                                                                                                      189
                                                   Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Voting Equipment Replacement                                  Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT           Election Services                                             Est. Completion Date        12/31/2011
  CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-03                                                             Cost Center                 0203

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                                $0.00
 PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION
 The request is to replace the voting system for use in the 2011 election cycle. Currently, Anoka County utilizes the optical scan voting equipment
 from Premier Election Systems. The Accu-Vote is a vote tabulator that reads an optical scan ballot.

 Our Accu-Vote equipment will be ten years old in 2010 and we know that upgrades to the Accu-Vote and corresponding software will be released in
 2009. We also received information in 2008 that many of the parts and accessories for the Accu-Vote are no longer manufactured.

 This project would provide for the funding of the replacement of Accu-Votes for 133 precincts in Anoka County in late 2010 to be used and tested in
 2011. In addition, the project provides for the purchase of 15 backup units for use within the office and throughout the County.

 There are also several legislative proposals to require the county to open and count all accepted absentee ballots in the county or city offices. This
 is a result of the U.S. Senate recount/contest. As a result, we are also requesting the addition of a central counter which is an optical scanner that
 can handle the volume of ballots and can count in a very short timeframe.
PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Same as above




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $1,300,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013                      $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                          2010            $1,300,000                 2014                      $0

                                                                          2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                  $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                              $1,300,000
                                                                          2012                     $0         Project Total             $1,300,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Machinery and Equipment                $1,300,000
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                              $5,500
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:       $1,300,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                          $20,000

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                             $25,500

                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                      $0
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                    $0

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                       $25,500

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:            1




                                                                                                                                            190
                                                    Anoka County                                                                        ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Voting Equipment Replacement                                Start Date                    01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT            Election Services                                           Est. Completion Date          12/31/2011
  CATEGORY              INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                      Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2008-03                                                            Cost Center                   0203


                            ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

            PROJECT COST                                 2010          2011             2012             2013             2014         FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                         TOTAL
Machinery and Equipment                             $1,300,000                $0               $0                 $0             $0     $1,300,000
                        Total Costs                 $1,300,000                $0               $0                 $0             $0     $1,300,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
Federal Grant                                            $150,000             $0               $0                 $0             $0          $150,000
City Participation                                       $800,000             $0               $0                 $0             $0          $800,000
G.O. Capital Notes                                       $350,000             $0               $0                 $0             $0          $350,000
                      Total Funding                 $1,300,000                $0               $0                 $0             $0     $1,300,000




 The city participation may have to be funded by the county and reimbursed by the cities over a period of time.


DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Our Accu-Votes will be eleven years old in 2011 and we know that upgrades to the Accu-Votes will be released in 2009. In addition, other vendors
 will also be providing new voting system technology in the next two to three years. In addition, the AutoMARKs will be five years old in 2011 and
 we have overall concerns about their reliability and performance




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The Diebold Accu-vote is working fine but as of now it is not compatible with the AutoMark. This leads to having to program two pieces of
 equipment for each election.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                        191
                                               Anoka County                                                                 ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Voting Equipment Replacement                           Start Date                01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT         Election Services                                      Est. Completion Date      12/31/2011
CATEGORY           INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                 Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2008-03                                                    Cost Center               0203



                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE



The request is to replace the voting system for use in the 2011 election cycle. Currently, Anoka County utilizes the optical
scan voting equipment from Premier Election Systems. The Accu-Vote is a vote tabulator that reads an optical scan ballot.

Our Accu-Vote equipment will be ten years old in 2010 and we know that upgrades to the Accu-Vote and corresponding
software will be released in 2009. We also received information in 2008 that many of the parts and accessories for the Accu-
Vote are no longer manufactured.

This project would provide for the funding of the replacement of Accu-Votes for 133 precincts in Anoka County in late 2010 to
be used and tested in 2011. In addition, the project provides for the purchase of 15 backup units for use within the office and
throughout the County.

There are also several legislative proposals to require the county to open and count all accepted absentee ballots in the
county or city offices. This is a result of the U.S. Senate recount/contest. As a result, we are also requesting the addition of a
central counter which is an optical scanner that can handle the volume of ballots and can count in a very short timeframe.




                                                                                                                           192
                                                Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Voting Equipment Replacement                      Start Date             01/01/2011
 DEPARTMENT           Election Services                                 Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                  Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2008-03                                                 Cost Center            0203




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                  EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                   0.00              0                $0       0%      0                      $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                            1.00              0            $5,500     100%      County             $5,500



          Subtotal Salary Costs        1.00                           $5,500                                  $5,500




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                            $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                 $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                  $20,000
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                     $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                          $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                  $20,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                       $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                    $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                     $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                $25,500



                                                                                                            193
                                                   Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Help Desk Software                                            Start Date                  01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT           Help Desk/Computer Training Center                            Est. Completion Date        12/31/2011
  CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority                    3
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-05                                                             Cost Center                 0640

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                               PRIOR YEARS:                                 $0.00
 This request is for funding to provide for the acquisition and implementation of a new and more efficient user support and call center system for the
 Help Desk. The new system will include self-service request features for users, and Help Desk tracking features for technical staff. The system
 will also contain report generation capabilities, a knowledgebase for troubleshooting hardware and software, tools for asset inventory management,
 and statistics tracking for performance and support measurement purposes. This new system would replace our older legacy system called ACES.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The current system, ACES, is the centralized resource for managing technical support to over 2,100 PC’s and over 9,900 calls coming into the Help
 Desk annually. ACES was originally developed and implemented by IS staff in 1996. The development tool in which this system was written is no
 longer supported, and therefore the system requires replacement.

 The new system will improve the technical support process and will provide for efficiencies for end users and Project Liaisons in entering and
 tracking projects. In addition, the asset management portion of the new system will decrease the amount of time spent conducting the annual IS
 PC inventory.

 The extensive, County-wide use of ACES is a testament to the criticality of a technical support system for our users. In light of this requirement, a
 replacement system with current, vendor-supported technology is needed.

 Note: This project is not being requested for completion until 2011, due to the departmental priority to complete the Microsoft Migration in 2010.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $186,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                          2010                     $0                2014                     $0

                                                                          2011              $186,000            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $186,000
                                                                          2012                     $0         Project Total             $186,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                     $40,600
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                 $0
 2 . Other                                           $0
 3 . Computers & Related Equipment             $15,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                          $21,246

 4 . Capital Books & Computer Software        $130,400                                                     TOTAL:                            $21,246

                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                      $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $186,000
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                      $21,246

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                           194
                                                     Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Help Desk Software                                             Start Date                   01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT             Help Desk/Computer Training Center                             Est. Completion Date         12/31/2011
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                         Priority                     3
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-05                                                                Cost Center                  0640


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010              2011             2012              2013             2014           FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                                TOTAL
Computers & Related Equipment                                   $0         $15,000                 $0                $0               $0          $15,000
Professional Services                                           $0         $40,600                 $0                $0               $0           $40,600
Capital Books & Computer Software                               $0        $130,400                 $0                $0               $0         $130,400
Other                                                           $0                $0               $0                $0               $0                  $0
                         Total Costs                            $0        $186,000                 $0                $0               $0         $186,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                              $0        $186,000                 $0                $0               $0         $186,000
                        Total Funding                           $0        $186,000                 $0                $0               $0         $186,000


 This project is not being requested for completion until 2011, due to the departmental priority to complete the Microsoft Migration in 2010.


DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 As the use of technology continues to increase in the County, there is also an increased demand for the ability to assign and track support
 requests for end users, IS Liaisons, and IS staff. This need requires a system with better mechanisms and tools to track and resolve technical
 issues, the ability for end users to check the status of projects, and technical requests in real time. The reporting features in the current system
 are limited, and gathering accurate and complete information is a manual and time consuming process. The need for more efficient project
 tracking, the support requirements of users, and the volume of information in the current system
  has reached a point where a vendor support solution is required.


CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Currently, Information Services staff is providing support for the ACES application that was custom developed in 1996. If there were a system
 failure, there would be no support from Microsoft to restore the application as Microsoft no longer supports FoxPro. When the current system
 experiences a malfunction, staff invests a significant amount of time recovering the application. Data that is corrupted during a system malfunction
 is unrecoverable.


OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 This project will provide for a new and more efficient user support and call center system. This will simplify and update the current process for
 assigning and tracking projects, and give County users the ability to check the status of projects. In addition, there will be greater efficiencies in
 staff time dedicated to supporting the system.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                               195
                                                Anoka County                                                                     ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       Help Desk Software                                        Start Date                01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT          Help Desk/Computer Training Center                        Est. Completion Date      12/31/2011
CATEGORY            INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                    Priority                  3
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-05                                                        Cost Center               0640



                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

An immediate (and ongoing) benefit of the new user support and call center system will be increased efficiencies for County
users when requesting support or technical resolution.

The new Help Desk software application will allow for greater flexibility, functionality, and consistent performance for County
end users and technical support staff. The system will be used County-Wide and will be available via a web based browser,
which will provide for “real time” updates related to project and service requests. The system will also have a hardware and
software troubleshooting knowledgebase that can be shared with all technical IT staff. This will allow technical staff to spend
less time researching common issues so that they may concentrate on implementing solutions. Additional features will
include a call tracking feature, and the ability to assign individual tasks to different tech staff for their portion of the project by
priority. We will also have the capability to notify IS Tech staff of escalated work order via e-mail notification. Security
features will enable the system administrator to create individual user profiles ensuring that end users or Project Liaisons can
only see the Projects that they created.




                                                                                                                                196
                                                Anoka County                                                 ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Help Desk Software                                Start Date             01/01/2011
 DEPARTMENT           Help Desk/Computer Training Center                Est. Completion Date   12/31/2011
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                  Priority               3
 PROJECT NUMBER 2009-05                                                 Cost Center            0640




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                  EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING        TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE         COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               0              $0       0%      0                       $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                              $0                                       $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                             $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                  $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                     $21,246
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                       $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                            $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                  $21,246

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                         $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                      $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                     $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                 $21,246



                                                                                                             197
                                                    Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Income Maintenance Automation Project                        Start Date                     01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT           Fund 10 Dept Admin                                           Est. Completion Date           12/31/2010
  CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                       Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-08                                                            Cost Center                    3990

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                         $425,000.00
 PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION

 This project funds an integrated set of products that addresses needs of the financial assistance programs for:
 1) Electronic document management, storage and retrieval
 2) Distributed scanning of documents at the point they enter the agency
 3) Electronic Forms
 4) Schedule and client-flow management

 The project will create changes and improvements in business processes for the financial assistance units.
 Income Maintenance will begin work on the project in 2009 in a phased fashion. Additional funds requested for 2010 will allow for the completion of
 the project. The 2009 CIP request did not include imaging and workflow licenses that are critical to the project. These licenses have been added
 to the request for 2010 along with state sales tax and project management.
PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The family and adult divisions of the Income Maintenance Department manage an average monthly caseload of over 17,000 cases and process
 over 1,200 new applications for assistance a month. The average monthly caseload has grown nearly 77% since 2000 without corresponding
 increases in staff. Technology improvements are necessary to support staff and help leverage existing resources in managing increasing
 caseloads and complex program requirements. In addition, technology will improve consistency and coordination between the four locations
 (Government Center, Blaine, Columbia Heights, Lexington.)

 Expenditures qualify for federal financial participation of approximately 49%.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                         $1,400,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009           $425,000                    2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                            $425,000
                                                                           2010           $575,000                    2014                     $0

                                                                           2011           $400,000             2015 / BEYOND                   $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $975,000
                                                                           2012                  $0          Project Total              $1,400,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                    $331,534
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                 $0
 2 . Other                                    $522,275
 3 . Furniture & Office Equipment             $121,191                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                      $114,000

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                              $114,000
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $975,000
                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                  $55,860
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                               $55,860

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                       $58,140

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:              0




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                                                    Anoka County                                                                  ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Income Maintenance Automation Project                  Start Date                 01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT             Fund 10 Dept Admin                                     Est. Completion Date       12/31/2010
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                 Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-08                                                        Cost Center                3990


                            ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010       2011            2012            2013            2014        FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                  TOTAL
Professional Services                                    $192,750   $138,784               $0              $0              $0      $331,534
Other                                                    $310,000   $212,275               $0              $0              $0       $522,275
Furniture & Office Equipment                              $72,250    $48,941               $0              $0              $0       $121,191
                         Total Costs                     $575,000   $400,000               $0              $0              $0       $975,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
Federal (Human Services)                                 $281,750   $196,000               $0              $0              $0       $477,750
G.O. Capital Notes                                       $293,250   $204,000               $0              $0              $0       $497,250
                        Total Funding                    $575,000   $400,000               $0              $0              $0       $975,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The Income Maintenance Department has an average monthly caseload of over 17,000 public assistance cases. These cases require ongoing
 contact with the public and the generation and storage of numerous forms and documents. The public assistance caseloads have increased 77%
 since 2000 without a corresponding increase in staff. Filing and storage of case-related documents have become a major concern. In January
 2009 2,679 persons checked in at the Anoka reception desk and 5,363 persons checked in at Blaine reception. Technological improvements are
 needed to assist the department in handling the large workload.



CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 NA; This is new technology and will automate manual processes.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 NA




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                                Anoka County                                                                      ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       Income Maintenance Automation Project                     Start Date                 01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT          Fund 10 Dept Admin                                        Est. Completion Date       12/31/2010
CATEGORY            INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                    Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-08                                                        Cost Center                3990



                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

The project will provide for the implementation of a suite of products to redesign work processes, including:

1. An appointment/scheduling system will collect data from clients at self check-in kiosks to more efficiently manage lobby
traffic, reduce need for clients to stand in line for services, track client wait time and whereabouts (lobby, in interview, interview
complete), manage intake and appointment criteria more efficiently, evenly assign intakes among financial workers providing
advanced capabilities for method of assignment and assist in distributing intake caseload, provide for appointment and worker
reporting related to scheduling and appointment information, and generally enable better collaboration and communication on
schedules, performance, and workload across the work units, as well as provide important supervisory reporting tools.

The client self check-in kiosk will speed the check-in process by eliminating most of the initial contact with front-desk staff.
Communication now occurs via phone, email, and physical checking to determine if staff are in their offices. Long lines at the
reception desk would be eliminated as after self check-in the client can have a seat while pre-screening and other work is
done to prepare for their interview.

2. With document capture and distributed scanning, documents are scanned one time only and then go directly to the system
where they immediately become part of the electronic case file. Document capture at workers’ desks eliminates the need to
leave interviews with clients to make copies. Clients often return with additional documents for their financial worker. With
document scanning, reception front desk personnel can scan documents and return to the client an automatically generated
receipt that includes demographics of the client and thumbnails of the documents themselves. The scanned document
images are immediately imported and stored in the county imaging system with a notification sent to the financial worker to
inform them that they have new information. The capture and receipt process eliminates the need for staff to photocopy
documents, leave work areas, and eliminates the need to route paper copies. Similarly, incoming mail will be scanned and
workers will electronically notified that new documents have been added to the case.

Often workers will spend time with clients looking for documents that clients believe they have provided in the past. Staff
spend a considerable amount of time searching for documents either dropped off or mailed in by clients. Clients in turn call
their worker to ensure the documents were received. Document capture will decrease chances for lost mail and provide
workers and clients with proof via the receipt generation feature. This will allow for better tracking and availability of
documents received by agency staff. Having client documents scanned in the system upon receipt decreases processing
time, manual transfer of paper documents and supports streamlining operations and time savings.

3. An electronic forms management system will allow for the completion of forms with electronic signatures, electronically
verified by a financial worker and converted into electronic format for permanent storage. No scanning or indexing is needed,
creating tremendous time savings.

Financial workers spend a significant amount of time locating, selecting and preparing forms in order to complete their
casework. They must fill out the same demographic information on each form (client last name, first name, SSN, address,
MAXIS case number, etc.). The forms management system will allow a financial worker to select a packet of electronic forms,
for a particular eligibility purpose, individual forms from a personal “quick list”, or the full list of forms. The worker electronically
selects the forms needed for their particular transaction. The worker then seamlessly searches for the client name in the state
systems. Once the client is selected, the designated client information is pre-populated into all forms selected. The amount of
time spent completing forms will be significantly reduced.

With the forms management system, workers will not need to re-key or manually write client demographic information on each
form, and by selecting the document from the forms management system, the document is automatically filed into the imaged
case file without scanning or indexing.

4. Electronic document management and workflow provides the storage and use of electronic forms and documents. Workers
receive messages through the workflow component of documents received for their cases.




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                                                Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Income Maintenance Automation Project             Start Date             01/01/2009
 DEPARTMENT           Fund 10 Dept Admin                                Est. Completion Date   12/31/2010
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                  Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2009-08                                                 Cost Center            3990




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                  EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00                  0           $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                              $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                            $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                          $114,000
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                        $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                     $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                          $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                $114,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                 $55,860
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                    $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                              ($55,860)


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                $58,140



                                                                                                            201
                                                   Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Financial System Enhancement and Upgrade                      Start Date                   01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT           Accounting & Budget                                           Est. Completion Date         12/31/2012
  CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority                     1 of 1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-12                                                             Cost Center                  0632

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                             PRIOR YEARS:                                   $0.00
 This request is to expand the usage of Oracle Financials with additional licenses and to purchase replacement production servers, along with the
 production server for internally developed Applications. Currently, Anoka County is using internally developed applications to interface with Oracle
 Financials for License Bureau receipts and an Enterprise Inquiry System (EIS). It is possible that this server will also be used with the Human
 Services FACTS project to provide some of their solutions.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The hardware and software systems that are used to support the Oracle Applications need upgrades and expansions to keep pace with current
 growth patterns and to accommodate the implementation of new applications over time.

 By replacing the production server every five years, it allows each server to provide a planned useful life of ten years. The current production
 server will replace the older test development server (which will be ten years old at time of disposal).




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $421,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013                $140,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                          2010              $131,000                 2014                     $0

                                                                          2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $421,000
                                                                          2012              $150,000          Project Total              $421,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                     $15,000
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                  $0
 2 . Other                                     $50,000
 3 . Computers & Related Equipment            $270,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                           $10,000

 4 . Capital Books & Computer Software         $86,000                                                     TOTAL:                            $10,000

                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                       $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $421,000
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                              $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                   $0

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                      $10,000

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:             0




                                                                                                                                            202
                                                     Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Financial System Enhancement and Upgrade                      Start Date                   01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT             Accounting & Budget                                           Est. Completion Date         12/31/2012
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority                     1 of 1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-12                                                               Cost Center                  0632


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011             2012             2013              2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                              TOTAL
Other                                                     $20,000                $0               $0         $30,000                 $0         $50,000
Professional Services                                           $0               $0               $0         $15,000                 $0         $15,000
Capital Books & Computer Software                         $61,000                $0               $0         $25,000                 $0         $86,000
Computers & Related Equipment                             $50,000                $0       $150,000           $70,000                 $0        $270,000
                         Total Costs                     $131,000                $0       $150,000         $140,000                  $0        $421,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                       $131,000                $0       $150,000         $140,000                  $0        $421,000
                        Total Funding                    $131,000                $0       $150,000         $140,000                  $0        $421,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The Financial Applications (Accounting, Payroll, HR, Treasury, Purchasing, etc) are essential systems to the ongoing operation of Anoka County.
 The new hardware will be required to insure the future operation of the systems and accommodate the increased demand.

 With the purchase of additional hardware and system software the county can implement a redundant system for the production environment of
 Oracle Financials. The system will be located at an alternative site to provide full disaster recovery protection. Having redundant capabilities will
 ensure accessibility in the event of server failure or a disaster.


CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The production server functions adequately for the current number of users and applications it supports. However, the projection of future needs,
 with the addition of new users, application modules and expanded capabilities of the software, indicate faster and larger capacity hardware will be
 required in the future. Every 5 years the Production Server is replaced and the current Production Server is rolled down to the Development Server
 which means the useful life of each server is 10 years. Although this sounds like a long time for a server to stay in use, the old servers seem to
 keep working as long as we can add some memory or disk when needed.

OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 There is continued discussion with local communities as they evaluate replacement of their legacy systems to consider sharing the county's
 system and some of the associated costs and support. The Highway system will move on to Oracle applications in 2009 with the possibility of the
 Human Services System moving on to the hardware and software in 2010 or 2011.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                             203
                                           Anoka County                                                    ADOPTED

                                       2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                           2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Financial System Enhancement and Upgrade          Start Date                01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT     Accounting & Budget                                  Est. Completion Date      12/31/2012
CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                               Priority                  1 of 1
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-12                                              Cost Center               0632

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE


                                                 2010        2011           2012            2013
  Infrastructure Requirements
  Sun Server Upgrades:                            50,000
  Storage Arrays                                                            60,000           30,000
  Production Servers                                                        90,000           40,000


  Application Requirements
  Oracle Licensing Costs:
  Additional Finance System Users                 25,000                                     25,000
  - includes time & labor                         36,000
  Imaging

  Professional Services                                                                      15,000
  Other                                          20,000                                      30,000
                                               $131,000         $0       $150,000          $140,000


  Infrastructure Requirements

  Hardware upgrades to the Sun Servers - The upgrades to the Sun Servers require increasing the
  data storage capacity, the processing power and memory. The servers stay in service for 8-10 years.
  The upgrades are required:

  1)   to accommodate the continuing roll-out of the Oracle modules
  2)   to facilitate the upgrade to Version 12 or 13 of the Oracle Applications
  3)   growth in the number of users and amount of data
  4)   for future identified needs.

  Time & Labor is $40/person

  Annual operating expenses will increase $10,000 for maintenance on user licenses and hardware




                                                                                                           204
                                               Anoka County                                                 ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Financial System Enhancement and Upgrade         Start Date             01/01/2009
 DEPARTMENT           Accounting & Budget                              Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                 Priority               1 of 1
 PROJECT NUMBER 2009-12                                                Cost Center            0632




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF         YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING        TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS        NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE         COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                   0.00               0              $0       0%      0                       $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                            0.00               0              $0       0%      0                       $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs        0.00                              $0                                       $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                             $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                  $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                  $10,000
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                      $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                           $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                  $10,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                        $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                     $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                     $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                $10,000



                                                                                                            205
                                                    Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        Computer - Aided- Dispatch Upgrade                            Start Date                   01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT           Central Communications                                        Est. Completion Date         06/01/2010
  CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority                     1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-01                                                             Cost Center                  1440

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                                    $0.00
 This project would upgrade the CAD (Computer-Aided-Dispatch) hardware and software systems used in Central Communications to replace aging
 technology. This upgrade will improve the reliability and the functionality of this important system, which is used continually for all 911 call taking
 and public safety dispatching activities.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Our CAD system operates today on a Hewlett Packard 3000 computer platform. The vendor will no longer support this hardware platform in 2010.
 The CAD software vendor, PSSI (Public Safety Systems Inc.) will no longer provide enhancements to systems running on the HP3000 beginning in
 2010.

 As we look at the necessary hardware and software upgrades, we believe this is an ideal opportunity to provide system improvements to enhance
 public safety communications.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $626,928      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                 2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                           2010             $626,928                  2014                     $0

                                                                           2011                    $0            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $626,928
                                                                           2012                    $0          Project Total            $626,928


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                    $491,928
                                                                       A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                 $0
 2 . Furniture & Office Equipment             $135,000
                                                                       B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                          $18,500
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $626,928
                                                                                                            TOTAL:                            $18,500

                                                                       C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                      $0
                                                                       D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                            TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                        NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                       $18,500

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                           206
                                                    Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Computer - Aided- Dispatch Upgrade                          Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT             Central Communications                                      Est. Completion Date        06/01/2010
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                      Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-01                                                             Cost Center                 1440


                            ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010           2011             2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                           TOTAL
Professional Services                                    $491,928              $0               $0               $0               $0        $491,928
Furniture & Office Equipment                             $135,000              $0               $0               $0               $0        $135,000
                         Total Costs                     $626,928              $0               $0               $0               $0        $626,928


        PROJECT FUNDING
Enhanced 911 Surcharge                                   $626,928              $0               $0               $0               $0        $626,928
                        Total Funding                    $626,928              $0               $0               $0               $0        $626,928




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 A migration of this system to a new platform will need to occur, due to discontinued support for the HP3000. Holding off on the transition will mean
 lower reliability and a “freeze” on improved functionality. Beyond 2010 support for hardware and operating system software would need to be
 subcontracted with a third party vendor.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 CAD has been running on the HP3000 platform for nearly 25 years. The platform has been reliable and cost effective. However, end of support for
 the HP3000 is forcing a transition. We have been with the same CAD software vendor for that same 25 years. Staying with them and upgrading is
 the most cost effective transition path.



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Central Communications already provides effective services by providing all 911 and public safety dispatching services from a single, consolidated
 center.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                          207
                                              Anoka County                                                                 ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Computer - Aided- Dispatch Upgrade                     Start Date               01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT         Central Communications                                 Est. Completion Date     06/01/2010
CATEGORY           INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                 Priority                 1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-01                                                    Cost Center              1440



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

This project would include the following components:

• Upgrade base CAD application to run on Windows server architecture.

• Provide upgraded, integrated CAD mapping capabilities, including active map displays of incident and unit locations.

• Additional CAD client licenses for workstations to be added as a result of the previously approved Central Communications
expansion.

• Network updates to five existing interfaces to CAD – NCIC, E-911, Alpha Paging, Fire Station Printers, and Records
Management.

• Implementation of the Geo Server, which represents a complete replacement of our existing geographical database with a
GIS driven system.

•   All necessary hardware, including:
o   Stratus 4410 Server – for the base CAD system.
o   Stratus 2510 Server – to host the Geo Server.
o   Stratus 2510 Server – for all interfaces.

• AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location) and field mapping for law enforcement. This upgrade would allow officers in the field to
see the location of calls on a map, as well as the location of all other officers. This would also allow CAD to recommend units
for dispatch based on their proximity to the incident.

• Fire Mobile Data. This upgrade would provide software systems to support digital dispatch of fire calls to laptops in fire
vehicles. All hardware and software costs for each fire vehicle would be the responsibility of Fire Departments.


By staying with the same CAD vendor, we are able to minimize the cost of this transition. Additionally, this strategy makes
training for both dispatch and field responders more manageable.

If this project is not funded in 2010, third party support for Hewlett Packard 3000 operating system and hardware would need
to be obtained.

All system hardware and new software would be purchased with a one-year warranty.

This entire project is eligible to be funded with revenue from the enhanced 911 surcharge.




                                                                                                                         208
                                                Anoka County                                                 ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Computer - Aided- Dispatch Upgrade                Start Date             01/01/2010
 DEPARTMENT           Central Communications                            Est. Completion Date   06/01/2010
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                  Priority               1
 PROJECT NUMBER 2010-01                                                 Cost Center            1440




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                    TOTAL
                                                                  EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING        TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE         COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               0              $0       0%      0                       $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                              $0                                       $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                             $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                  $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                     $18,500
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                       $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                            $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                  $18,500

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                         $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                      $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                     $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                 $18,500



                                                                                                             209
                                                    Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE        800 MHz Channel Addition                                      Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT           Central Communications                                        Est. Completion Date        06/01/2010
  CATEGORY             INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                        Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-02                                                             Cost Center                 1440

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                                    $0.00
 This project would add one radio channel to our countywide 800 MHz radio system. The system currently has fourteen channels (13 for voice, 1
 control channel). The additional channel would provide extra capacity, which is particularly important during disaster situations, storms, and other
 events that result in a high volume of radio usage.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Usage of the 800MHz radio system will continue to grow and added capacity will be needed for a number of reasons:

 • More users will generate more radio traffic.

 • Regional users (ambulance services, transit, MnDot for example) continue to generate more activity.

 • Neighboring counties joining the statewide system (Washington, Sherburne) will generate additional roaming to our system.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $375,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                   $0                 2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                          2010             $375,000                  2014                     $0

                                                                          2011                    $0            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $375,000
                                                                          2012                    $0          Project Total           $375,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Furniture & Office Equipment             $375,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $375,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                          $4,000

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                             $4,000

                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                     $0
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                        $4,000

                                                                                               NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                          210
                                                     Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          800 MHz Channel Addition                                       Start Date                  01/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT             Central Communications                                         Est. Completion Date        06/01/2010
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                         Priority                    1
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-02                                                                Cost Center                 1440


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012             2013           2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                            TOTAL
Furniture & Office Equipment                            $375,000                 $0                $0               $0             $0        $375,000
                         Total Costs                    $375,000                 $0                $0               $0             $0        $375,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
Available in Allocated Capital Projects Fund             $49,750                 $0                $0               $0             $0          $49,750
State Grant                                             $325,250                 $0                $0               $0             $0        $325,250
                       Total Funding                    $375,000                 $0                $0               $0             $0        $375,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 A channel addition to add capacity will help immediately with system loading. The availability of grant funding for the project would be a strong
 justification for adding this channel in 2010.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Our radio system capacity is adequate for normal, day-to-day operations. However, large-scale emergencies can generate high volumes of voice
 traffic on the system, and cause communications delays for users. Additionally, increased usage and roaming, over time, will consume system
 capacity.



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Our 800 MHz radio system is part of a shared, regional / statewide infrastructure. As such, added capacity benefits Anoka County radio users as
 well as all radio users in the region.




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of sufficient outside funds (State, Federal, and/or Municipality)


                                                                                                                                           211
                                              Anoka County                                                             ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      800 MHz Channel Addition                            Start Date               01/01/2010
DEPARTMENT         Central Communications                              Est. Completion Date     06/01/2010
CATEGORY           INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                              Priority                 1
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-02                                                 Cost Center              1440



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

The 800 MHz channel addition project would be contingent upon State Homeland Security Grant Funds, which have been
applied for through the MESB (Metropolitan Emergency Services Board). There is no required match, however we expect that
State Homeland Security Grant Funds will only fund the project in the amount listed.

The project funding would primarily pay for equipment. Our plan is to perform the system upgrade work using engineering and
labor from MnDot Communications staff and Anoka County Central Communications Radio Service staff. Professional
services from the system vendor (Motorola) would be minimal.

One additional 800MHz Radio Base station would be installed at each of our ten county radio sites. Space is available in the
existing equipment racks for the additional stations. Connection to the system, tuning, and optimization would be done by
county and state radio technicians.

Radio frequency coordination would be done in advance by MnDot Communications staff to insure that an appropriate, clear
radio channel is available for the project.

No changes to the fleet of mobile and portable radios would be necessary.




                                                                                                                      212
                                                Anoka County                                               ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        800 MHz Channel Addition                         Start Date             01/01/2010
 DEPARTMENT           Central Communications                           Est. Completion Date   06/01/2010
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                 Priority               1
 PROJECT NUMBER 2010-02                                                Cost Center            1440




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF         YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS        NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00            0                $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                             $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                           $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                             $4,000
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                     $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                          $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                  $4,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                       $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                    $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                    $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                $4,000



                                                                                                           213
                                                     Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Electronic Poll Books                                           Start Date               01/01/2013
  DEPARTMENT             Election Services                                               Est. Completion Date     12/31/2013
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                          Priority                 6
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-11                                                                 Cost Center              0203

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                              PRIOR YEARS:                                  $0.00
 This request is for the purchase and use of electronic poll books in year 2013. Electronic poll books would be available at each of the
 approximately 130 polling locations and would capture the signature of all pre-registered voters and input all election day registration information
 electronically.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The following is a listing of the justifications in the purchase of electronic poll books:

 1.) Reduces temporary staff costs and improves efficiency of the elections department. After each election, the elections department is required to
 post voting history in the statewide voter registration system. In even years, the department spends approximately
 2.) Improves services to voters. Electronic poll books would be available at each polling site and have documented success with reducing lines for
 all pre-registered voters. Election judges would be able to readily search for the voter’s name, determine the correct polling place location, and
 enter new registration information immediately. It is expected that voters will see reduced wait time at the polling locations, more accurate
 information on where to vote, and faster confirmation on their registration, if registering on election day.
 3.) Increases accuracy of voter registration system. Currently, it often takes months to complete entering election day registrations after a large
 election. If using electronic poll books, all data would be readily available within a couple of weeks after an election in comparison to several
 months. We would be able to detect voting violations more rapidly. We would also be able to communicate to campaigns more rapidly on the
 information from the past election.
 4.) Implements early voting with increased efficiency and accuracy. Under the early voting proposals, the Anoka county election department would
 need to be able to communicate to 130 polling places on election day prior to opening of the polls, the names of all absentee and early voters. In
 Anoka county, the total number of absentee and early voters may easily exceed 30,000. Electronic poll books allow the department to easily gather
 the required information and communicate to each of the polling places in a very rapid manner.


Summary of Total Project Costs                                        Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                            $1,260,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                      THROUGH 2009                  $0                2013            $1,260,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                      $0
                                                                              2010                  $0                2014                     $0

                                                                              2011                  $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                 $1,260,000
                                                                              2012                  $0          Project Total         $1,260,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                                 Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                       Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Capital Books & Computer Software        $1,260,000
                                                                          A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:

               Total 5 year CIP Costs:        $1,260,000                  B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:

                                                                                                            TOTAL:

                                                                          C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                          D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                            TOTAL:

                                                                           NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                                  NEW POSITIONS:




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                                                    Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Electronic Poll Books                                        Start Date                  01/01/2013
  DEPARTMENT            Election Services                                            Est. Completion Date        12/31/2013
  CATEGORY              INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                       Priority                    6
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-11                                                             Cost Center                 0203


                            ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                 2010            2011             2012             2013             2014         FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                          TOTAL
Capital Books & Computer Software                              $0              $0               $0     $1,260,000                 $0     $1,260,000
                        Total Costs                            $0              $0               $0     $1,260,000                 $0      $1,260,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                             $0              $0               $0     $1,260,000                 $0      $1,260,000
                      Total Funding                            $0              $0               $0     $1,260,000                 $0      $1,260,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 There are two basic items – the early voting proposals and the need for immediate voting history information. Both are explained in more detail in
 the project justification section.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 We currently use almost all paper and temporary staff to conduct these activities. Electronic poll books would help us to reduce our printing and
 temporary costs.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




 Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                          215
                                               Anoka County                                                              ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Electronic Poll Books                                 Start Date               01/01/2013
DEPARTMENT         Election Services                                     Est. Completion Date     12/31/2013
CATEGORY           INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                Priority                 6
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-11                                                   Cost Center              0203



                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

This request is for the purchase and use of electronic poll books in year 2013. Electronic poll books would be available at
each of the approximately 130 polling locations and would capture the signature of all pre-registered voters and input all
election day registration information electronically.




                                                                                                                        216
                                                    Anoka County                                                                                ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Network Switch Replacement                                     Start Date                   01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT            IS-Computer Operations                                         Est. Completion Date         12/31/2014
  CATEGORY              INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                         Priority                     2
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-12                                                               Cost Center                  0634

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                                 PRIOR YEARS:                                     $0.00
 This request replaces equipment that will be reaching end-of-life and will no longer be supportable by our vendor. All model 2950 switches
 (originally installed in 2005) will be end-of-life in 2011. The firewalls (PIX) will be end-of-life in 2013. 2014 includes replacing the core switches,
 which will be ten years old and will be nearing or will be at end-of-life at the time. We are facing a need to replace this aging equipment with new
 equipment that will provide additional features and better data security. In addition, much of the peripheral equipment, including such devices as
 remote routers, virtual network equipment, and wireless access points have also aged and are reaching end-of-life for those products. The new
 equipment is also designed to support additional features such as Voice over IP (VoIP) should the County decide to implement VoIP for new
 handsets in the government center. In addition, the equipment has higher speed interfaces (1 Gb/s) built into the equipment.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The use of the Ethernet network and its connections to the State of Minnesota and other Internet applications has become critical to the operation
 of the County. Keeping the network infrastructure up-to-date with current technology and keeping it secure is a priority. The equipment currently in
 place will reach its end-of-life and will no longer be supportable by the vendor at various dates during this project. All model 2950 switches
 (originally installed in 2005) will be end-of-life in 2011. In addition, the firewalls (PIX) will be end-of-life in 2013. The equipment continues to
 provide redundancy and resiliency in the network environment. This redundancy has proven itself since its installation in 2005 at keeping the
 network infrastructure operative for long periods of time with excellent performance.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                            $904,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009                     $0                 2013              $168,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                    $0
                                                                            2010                     $0                 2014              $351,000

                                                                            2011              $210,000             2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                 $904,000
                                                                            2012              $175,000           Project Total            $904,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                      $50,000
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                 $0
 2 . Computers & Related Equipment             $854,000
                                                                        B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $904,000
                                                                                                             TOTAL:

                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE

                                                                                                             TOTAL:

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:

                                                                                                  NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                              217
                                                     Anoka County                                                                              ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Network Switch Replacement                                     Start Date                   01/01/2011
  DEPARTMENT             IS-Computer Operations                                         Est. Completion Date         12/31/2014
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                         Priority                     2
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-12                                                                Cost Center                  0634


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010              2011             2012              2013              2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                                TOTAL
Professional Services                                           $0                $0               $0         $25,000           $25,000           $50,000
Computers & Related Equipment                                   $0        $210,000         $175,000          $143,000          $326,000          $854,000
                         Total Costs                            $0        $210,000         $175,000          $168,000          $351,000          $904,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                             $0        $210,000         $175,000          $168,000          $351,000          $904,000
                        Total Funding                           $0        $210,000         $175,000          $168,000          $351,000          $904,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 This request replaces equipment that will be at end-of-life and will no longer be supportable by our vendor. All model 2950 switches (originally
 installed in 2005) will be end-of-life in 2011. The firewalls (PIX) will be end-of-life in 2013. 2014 includes replacing the core switches, which will be
 ten years old and will be nearing or will be at end-of-life.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 Today, the County has 93 Ethernet switches in its infrastructure that would be replaced under this CIP. (Additionally, newer switches have been
 added in the Public Safety Campus building and the Medical Examiner’s building and have not been included for replacement.) The equipment has
 been working very well over the years, but is aging and will no longer be supported by the manufacturer’s maintenance program.



OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 This equipment is infrastructure in nature and is a shared resource for the users of the entire County. As part of the infrastructure, all departments
 make use of and are served by the equipment. The network is a County-owned integral part of the State of Minnesota’s Office of Enterprise
 Technology network which provides service for the BCA, the Medical Examiner, the Sheriff’s Office, the Attorney’s Office and high-speed, reliable
 access to the Internet.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                              Anoka County                                                                ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Network Switch Replacement                           Start Date                 01/01/2011
DEPARTMENT         IS-Computer Operations                               Est. Completion Date       12/31/2014
CATEGORY           INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                               Priority                   2
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-12                                                  Cost Center                0634



                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

Following is an explanation of the tasks and products that would be funded through this project:

2011

Replace all Government Center switches with new model switches. This phase would replace a total of 10 (24-port) switches
and a total of 41 (48-port) switches. The old switches would be retained as replacement equipment through 2012 to be used
as maintenance equipment for the non-Government Center switches that will not be under support for one year.


2012

Replace all non-Government Center switches with new model switches. This phase would replace a total of 28 (24-port)
switches and a total of 14 (48-port) switches.


2013

Replace peripheral equipment such as firewalls, remote routers, VPN termination equipment, dial-up access and wireless
access points. Due to the nature of the equipment being replaced and the changing technical environment for this equipment,
this year also includes professional services to evaluate and design the replacement equipment.


2014

Replace the core network switches located in the environment. By 2014, these switches will be ten years old and will be
nearing or will be at end-of-life. These core switches control all network traffic for the entire County.




                                                                                                                     219
                                                    Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         SharePoint Project                                             Start Date                  01/01/2007
  DEPARTMENT            Network Management                                             Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
  CATEGORY              INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                         Priority                    4
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-13                                                               Cost Center                 0650

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                                PRIOR YEARS:                                  $0.00
 This project includes a request to continue funding of the Microsoft migration to include the implementation of SharePoint services. This project
 identifies costs for hardware, software, staff training and professional services required to complete an initial deployment of SharePoint in the
 County.

  In 2009, planning and initial Microsoft migration project tasks continue, including the development of a server test lab, confirmation of the migration
  plans developed in 2008, staff training, and researching options for a Microsoft Office Enterprise Agreement (EA) in conjunction with Finance and
  Central Services. The execution of an EA is key in determining the timeline and process for other components of the migration plan. We anticipate
  that the actual migration will begin in 2010.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
   The migration from Novell to Microsoft will result in a more integrated software platform designed to deliver lower total cost of ownership, increase
 greater user productivity, provide a compatible operating platform for applications such as the Criminal Justice Hub, and a centralized product
 platform within the County. The migration to Microsoft also presents an opportunity to introduce SharePoint, a Microsoft collaboration tool, into the
 County.

 SharePoint is a browser (web) based collaboration and document management platform. This platform can be used to host web sites that access
 a place for shared information, workspaces and documents from a browser. This provides a collaborative workspace for information or projects
 with multiple stakeholders, and tools for the management and automation of business processes. SharePoint is a highly scalable product. What
 can initially begin as a resource library shared by a team can be readily expanded as a system to accommodate all county users, their documents,
 and shared resources for collaboration.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                            $248,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009                    $0                 2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                    $0
                                                                            2010                    $0                 2014                     $0

                                                                            2011             $162,000             2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                 $248,000
                                                                            2012               $86,000          Project Total            $248,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                     $105,000
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
 2 . Computers & Related Equipment              $37,000
 3 . Capital Books & Computer Software         $106,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                             $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                  $0
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:         $248,000
                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                     $0
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                                  $0

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                             $0

                                                                                                 NEW POSITIONS:            0




                                                                                                                                             220
                                                      Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                                  2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                      2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          SharePoint Project                                               Start Date                   01/01/2007
  DEPARTMENT             Network Management                                               Est. Completion Date         12/31/2012
  CATEGORY               INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                           Priority                     4
  PROJECT NUMBER 2010-13                                                                  Cost Center                  0650


                              ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                   2010              2011              2012              2013              2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                                  TOTAL
Capital Books & Computer Software                                $0         $60,000           $46,000                  $0                $0        $106,000
Professional Services                                            $0         $75,000           $30,000                  $0                $0         $105,000
Computers & Related Equipment                                    $0         $27,000           $10,000                  $0                $0          $37,000
                         Total Costs                             $0        $162,000           $86,000                  $0                $0        $248,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                               $0        $162,000           $86,000                  $0                $0         $248,000
                        Total Funding                            $0        $162,000           $86,000                  $0                $0        $248,000




 Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Like many government entities, Anoka County is confronted by a rapidly growing quantity of digital data and greater challenges in finding all
 documents and data relevant to a specific project, program, or day-to-day business activities. Microsoft SharePoint services enable streamlined
 data delivery to users by providing access to the right information at the right time. This will provide for staff efficiencies in creating, editing, and
 publishing information that requires accuracy and availability for multiple users at the same time.




CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 There are over 2100 users in the County that save business documents and related information to individual drives, shared folders, or both.
 Documents that are saved are often then sent via email to coworkers or counterparts in other divisions, departments and offices.
 Valuable time is lost sending, saving, and updating multiple versions of a single piece of information, which can often lead to data inaccuracy and
 confusion. Project collaboration is a manual process, and members of an individual team or department do not have the ability to share and
 update information concurrently.

OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 The implementation of SharePoint services within the county will allow for increased efficiencies for staff by providing the ability for greater project
 interaction and sharing and management of core business documents and files. Microsoft SharePoint will also allow for improvements to the
 intranet, and greater coordination of information gathering, managing group projects and tasks.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


                                                                                                                                                 221
                                                Anoka County                                                                        ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE        SharePoint Project                                         Start Date                  01/01/2007
DEPARTMENT     Network Management                                               Est. Completion Date        12/31/2012
CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                           Priority                    4
PROJECT NUMBER 2010-13                                                          Cost Center                 0650

                                CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
 2010:
 Complete the hardware and software installations related to migrating users to new file/print, e-mail and calendar services.




 2011:
 Begin implementation of Microsoft SharePoint to enable a collaborative information management environment to include basic
 functionality.




 2012:
 Continue implementation of Microsoft SharePoint to extend functionality to take advantage of advanced features for collaborative work
 space environment.



 SharePoint implementation Assumptions
    1. Cost estimates reflect current price estimates. Price estimates will be updated as part of our continued planning effort.
    2. These cost estimates do not include replacement of PC’s or Microsoft Office System.
    3. These costs assume the use of current County trainer for training of end users.
    4. Cost estimates exclude unified messaging (for voice integration) costs.


 Other Related Costs

 The implementation of SharePoint is dependent upon the migration to Microsoft for file/print, e-mail, and calendaring services. The
 migration effort requires that the County have the latest version of Microsoft Office. It will also be advantageous for the County to stay
 current with Microsoft Office in the future in order to take advantage of new features and functions associated with e-mail and
 calendaring.




                                                                                                                                    222
                                               Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                           2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                               2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        SharePoint Project                               Start Date             01/01/2007
 DEPARTMENT           Network Management                               Est. Completion Date   12/31/2012
 CATEGORY       INFORMATION MANAGEMENT                                 Priority               4
 PROJECT NUMBER 2010-13                                                Cost Center            0650




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                      # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)           POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                   0.00             0                $0       0%      0                      $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Overtime                               0.00             0                $0       0%      0                      $0



           Subtotal Salary Costs       0.00                              $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                           $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                    $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                         $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                      $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                      $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                   $0

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                    $0


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                     $0



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Anoka County                                                                                                                                   ADOPTED
2010 - 2014               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                      21-Jan-2010



                                                                      PARKS & RECREATION
    Project Costs
           Project Funding                                                   2010        2011          2012         2013         2014           TOTAL
                                                                             CIB         CIP           CIP          CIP          CIP             CIP

 ( 4)   Bunker Beach Improvements                                               $0          $0            $0           $0          $0                 $0
            Available in County Reserves-Enterprise Fund                         $0          $0            $0           $0          $0                $0
            G.O. Revenue Bonds                                                   $0          $0            $0           $0          $0                $0
        Bunker Hills Campground Expansion                                 $450,000          $0            $0           $0          $0          $450,000
            State Grant                                                    $450,000          $0            $0           $0          $0          $450,000

        Coon Lake County Park Acquisition and Develop                           $0          $0     $750,000      $240,000          $0          $990,000
            County Tax Levy-Parks & Recreation                                   $0          $0      $175,000           $0          $0          $175,000
            State (DNR)                                                          $0          $0      $375,000           $0          $0          $375,000
            State (Met Council)                                                  $0          $0            $0     $240,000          $0          $240,000
            State Grant                                                          $0          $0      $200,000           $0          $0          $200,000
        Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement                           $395,000    $365,000     $265,000      $100,000          $0      $1,125,000
            G.O. Capital Notes                                             $395,000    $365,000      $265,000     $100,000          $0         $1,125,000


 TOTAL COSTS PARKS & RECREATION                                           $845,000    $365,000    $1,015,000     $340,000          $0      $2,565,000

 NEW DEBT SERVICE LEVY IMPACT
 Bunker Beach Improvements
    G.O. Revenue Bonds                                                          $0          $0             $0           $0         $0
 Bunker Hills Campground Expansion
    G.O. Capital Improvement Bonds 10yr                                         $0          $0             $0           $0         $0
 Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement
     G.O. Capital Notes                                                     $90,900    $174,900     $235,900      $258,900    $258,900

TOTAL NEW LEVY PARKS & RECREATION                                           $90,900    $174,900      $235,900     $258,900    $258,900




        Projected Debt Service Levy:                       $691,546        $878,079    $947,787     $1,004,268   $1,016,860   $917,527




    ( 4) Contingent upon the availability of adequate Retained Earnings



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                                                    Anoka County                                                                               ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Bunker Beach Improvements                                     Start Date                   09/01/2005
  DEPARTMENT            Bunker Beach                                                  Est. Completion Date         05/31/2010
  CATEGORY              PARKS & RECREATION                                            Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                                                              Cost Center                  2104

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                               PRIOR YEARS:                      $3,515,000.00
 This project implements the final phase of the Bunker Beach master plan. The final phase will incorporate a lazy river with a slide tower with two
 slides. These features are in the original plans for the expansion of the Wave Pool. The location of the final phase will be to the north of the
 existing facility.

 The project is split into two components. In 2007/08, a cost/feasibility study was conducted to determine the feasibility of the project. The study
 was conducted by Spingsted, Inc. The feasibility study included the following components: concept plans and cost estimates, market analysis,
 financial impact analysis, rate analysis, and water park comparisons. The feasibility study has concluded that the project would be financially
 feasible and cover all costs under the most conservative attendance projections, with marketable rate structures.

 The second component is construction of the new facility. The CIP has been amended to construct the entire facility in 2009, with a minor carry
 over of finishing work, such as landscaping and signage, in spring 2010. The project budget has been set at $3.5 million.

PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 Bunker Beach is operated as an enterprise fund and generates revenue based on its attractions. Each year people are looking for something new
 and exciting. To stay competitive in the water park market, facilities need to keep improving to meet the changing needs of consumers. Each time
 a facility can create a sense of new excitement about its attractions, it draws more people to the facility. With a new expansion the facility would
 not only be able to serve more people but, be able to increase fees due to the level of attractions. This would generate more revenues and
 continue to keep the facility financially successful.

 The expansion gives the residents of Anoka County a low cost opportunity to experience a premier water park without the expense of travel. It is a
 benefit to the community and quality of life in the area. It serves as destination point and will bring in tourism and visitors from outside the county.
 It would give Anoka County the opportunity to be home of the largest and best water park in the state. Getting people to visit Bunker Beach also
 brings them to the campground and gives them an opportunity to learn more about the park system.

 When completed the facility is expected to generate a net income of $200,000 per year after covering all operate, capital, and debt service
 requirements




Summary of Total Project Costs                                      Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                          $3,515,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                    THROUGH 2009           $3,515,000                  2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                           $3,515,000
                                                                            2010                    $0                 2014                     $0

                                                                            2011                    $0            2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                        $0
                                                                            2012                    $0          Project Total           $3,515,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                               Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                     Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Professional Services                            $0
                                                                        A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                            $50,000
 2 . Machinery and Equipment                          $0
                                                                        B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                         $20,000
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:                $0
                                                                                                             TOTAL:                            $70,000

                                                                        C. INCREASED REVENUE:                               $250,000
                                                                        D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                             $0

                                                                                                             TOTAL:                           $250,000

                                                                         NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                     ($180,000)

                                                                                                 NEW POSITIONS:            10




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                                                   Anoka County                                                                         ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE          Bunker Beach Improvements                                  Start Date                  09/01/2005
  DEPARTMENT             Bunker Beach                                               Est. Completion Date        05/31/2010
  CATEGORY               PARKS & RECREATION                                         Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                                                            Cost Center                 2104


                            ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                               2010             2011             2012             2013            2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                         TOTAL
Professional Services                                        $0               $0               $0               $0              $0             $0
Machinery and Equipment                                      $0               $0               $0               $0              $0               $0
                         Total Costs                         $0               $0               $0               $0              $0               $0


        PROJECT FUNDING
Available in County Reserves-Enterprise Fund                 $0               $0               $0               $0              $0               $0
G.O. Revenue Bonds                                           $0               $0               $0               $0              $0               $0
                        Total Funding                        $0               $0               $0               $0              $0               $0




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 Bunker Beach competes with many other attractions in Anoka County and the metro area for leisure and recreational spending. In order to stay
 competitive in this business climate the facility must stay current with market trends and customer expectations. With Phase III expansion, Bunker
 Beach would be the largest outdoor water park in the state. It would be the only facility with a lazy river and wave pool. With all of its other
 attractions as well it would be the premiere water park. A lazy river was ranked very high on the survey done for phase one of Bunker Beach and
 would complete the water park.



CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 This would be a new expansion and not replace any existing infrastructure.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 None




  Footnote: Contingent upon the availability of adequate Retained Earnings


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                                              Anoka County                                                                  ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Bunker Beach Improvements                              Start Date                09/01/2005
DEPARTMENT         Bunker Beach                                           Est. Completion Date      05/31/2010
CATEGORY           PARKS & RECREATION                                     Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                                                    Cost Center               2104



                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

A cost/feasibility study was conducted in 2007/08 to add a lazy river to Bunker Beach in 2009. The study was conducted by
Springsted, Inc. The feasibility study included the following components: concept plans and cost estimates, market analysis,
financial impact analysis, rate analysis, and water park comparisons. The feasibility study has concluded that the project
would be financially feasible and cover all costs under the most conservative attendance projections, with marketable rate
structures.

The study concludes with the following statements:
• After reviewing other water park’s amenities, prices, and location, it would appear the rates required to finance a lazy river are
feasible, even under the conservative attendance scenario.
• As part of the financial feasibility analysis, a proposed rate structure is provided, which provides sufficient revenue to cover
anticipated operating, capital, and debt service expenditures, as well as adequate cash reserves.

The project would be constructed in 2009 and 2010. If would also include other amenities such as additional waterslides.
The lazy river is planned to be 10 feet wide and would be 900 feet long. Pool mechanics would not only sanitize and clean the
pool but provide a current to move riders. The riders are in inner tubes which float them around the river. People can spend
hour on this one attraction. In addition to the lazy river another feature would be included in the middle of the river. This
attraction would be a waterslide tower that would include two tube slides.

The goal of this project would be to continue upon the success of Bunker Beach by bringing it to the elite status of water parks
in Minnesota. Since 2003, the facility has served an average of 100,000 visitors in 90 days. That is over 1,200 people a day
coming to the facility. These numbers would only grow with the addition of new features and a higher capacity.




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                                         Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                     2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                         2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Bunker Beach Improvements        Start Date             09/01/2005
DEPARTMENT     Bunker Beach                      Est. Completion Date   05/31/2010
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                           Cost Center            2104

                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                     228
                                         Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                     2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                         2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Bunker Beach Improvements        Start Date             09/01/2005
DEPARTMENT     Bunker Beach                      Est. Completion Date   05/31/2010
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                           Cost Center            2104

                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




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                                         Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                     2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                         2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Bunker Beach Improvements        Start Date             09/01/2005
DEPARTMENT     Bunker Beach                      Est. Completion Date   05/31/2010
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                           Cost Center            2104

                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE



                               Examples of a Lazy River




                          Example of Waterslide Tower




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                                         Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                     2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                         2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Bunker Beach Improvements        Start Date             09/01/2005
DEPARTMENT     Bunker Beach                      Est. Completion Date   05/31/2010
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                           Cost Center            2104

                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                     231
                                         Anoka County                                ADOPTED

                                     2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                         2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE   Bunker Beach Improvements        Start Date             09/01/2005
DEPARTMENT     Bunker Beach                      Est. Completion Date   05/31/2010
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                           Cost Center            2104

                         CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                     232
                                             Anoka County                                               ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE    Bunker Beach Improvements                         Start Date              09/01/2005
DEPARTMENT     Bunker Beach                                        Est. Completion Date    05/31/2010
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                  Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                                             Cost Center             2104

                             CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
                                         ANOKA COUNTY
                                BUNKER BEACH LAZY RIVER EXPANSION

                 ITEM                QTY       UNITS UNIT PRICE    TOTAL         NOTES
    SITE WORK
    Demo sand volleyball                   1   EA             $0          $0 (by others)
    Rough grading/excavation               1   EA        95,000       95,000
    Final grading                          1   EA        12,000       12,000
    Topsoil placement                      1   EA         6,500        6,500
                       Sub-total                                     $113,500

    DECKS/LANDSCAPING
    Deck/deck drains                 30000     SF             $8     $225,000
    Retaining walls                    350     SF            26        9,100
    Landscaping curbs                  300     LF            14        4,200
    Landscaping Materials                1     EA        25,000       25,000
    Ramp/Rails                           1     EA        17,000       17,000
    Stairs/Rails                         2     EA         7,500       15,000
    Shade Structures                     5     EA         5,000       25,000 (deduct alternate)
    Fence                                1     EA        30,000       30,000
                       Sub-total                                     $350,300

    BUILDINGS
    Mechanical/storage                1200 SF              $140      $168,000
    Concessions                        625 SF               190             0 (could be phased in)
                         Sub-total                                   $168,000


    LAZY RIVER
    Zero depth entry                  1000     SF          $120     $120,000
    12' wide lazy river                900     LF         1,550    1,395,000
    Propulsion units                     4     EA        10,000       40,000
    Slide Plunge Areas/Play Pool      3000     SF           120      360,000
    River Bridge                         1     EA        35,000       35,000
    Water Play Equipment                 1     LS        50,000       50,000 (deduct alternate)
                        Sub-total                                  $2,000,000

    WATERSLIDES
    Slide tower                            1 EA        $120,000      $120,000
    Waterslides                            2 EA        140,000       280,000
                         Sub-total                                   $400,000

    FEES & CONTINGENCIES
    Bond Financing                         1   LS        $70,000      $70,000
    Design Fees                            1   LS       210,000      210,000
    Contingency                            1   LS       150,000      161,200
    Testing/Surveying                      1   LS        27,000       27,000
                      Sub-total                                      $468,200

    GRAND TOTAL                                                    $3,500,000



                                                                                                        233
                                             Anoka County                                                 ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE      Bunker Beach Improvements                        Start Date             09/01/2005
 DEPARTMENT         Bunker Beach                                     Est. Completion Date   05/31/2010
 CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                   Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2005-11                                              Cost Center            2104




                          EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                 TOTAL
                                                               EMPLOYEE
                                    # OF          YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING        TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)         POSITIONS         NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE         COSTS



      TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                          10.00         4 months        $5,000       0%      0                  $50,000



        Subtotal Salary Costs        10.00                         $5,000                                  $50,000




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
     DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                           $0
     OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                          $20,000
     MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $0
     FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                    $0
     CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                         $0

                          SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                  $20,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                             $250,000
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                 $0

                          SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                              ($250,000)


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                             ($180,000)



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                                                    Anoka County                                                                           ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Bunker Hills Campground Expansion                           Start Date                  04/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT            General Parks Operations                                    Est. Completion Date        08/31/2010
  CATEGORY              PARKS & RECREATION                                          Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-13                                                            Cost Center                 2420

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                            PRIOR YEARS:                                 $0.00
 This project proposes the addition of 25 campsites at Bunker Hills Regional park. The expansion project includes adding campsites with electric
 and water hook-up pedestals, a restroom building, roadway and campsite amenities, such as fire rings and picnic tables.

 Based on the project revenues and costs, there would be a return on investment of 12.8 years




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The current campground at Bunker Hills Regional park was reconstructed in 1999 and accommodates 27 electric and water sites plus 23 rustic
 sites. There are two loops, one featuring the hook-up sites and the other with the rustic sites. There is also one group camp area. A campground
 host site has hook-ups as well. A dump station allows campers to dispose of water and fill their units with drinking water. A shower/rest room
 building services each camping loop and a visitor center provides information, rest rooms, merchandise and a place to gather on rainy days.

 For the past few seasons, the campground at Bunker Hills Regional Park and the 78-site campground at Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Park Reserve
 have been filled to capacity most weekends from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Weekdays offer vacancies, but the popular
 sites are usually filled. Holidays are filled in advance.

 The most popular sites are the hook-up sites. The majority of the campers visiting the campgrounds are people with either a recreational vehicle or
 trailer. The hook-up sites tend to fill before the rustic sites. The expansion loop would be centered on hook-up sites with the possibility of adding
 camper cabins. A popular trend across the country is to offer camper cabins. These are permanent, small structures that offer shelter, bunk beds
 and electricity. They are attractive to novice campers and car travelers who do not want to tow a trailer or pack at tent.

 The additional loop of hook-up sites would create additional revenue estimated at $1600 per site, per season (based on the current rate of $20 per
 site for 80 camping nights out of a 165 night season). With the addition of 25 sites, an additional $35,800 (net) could be realized per year.

Summary of Total Project Costs                                    Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                          $450,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                  THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013                     $0
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                  $0
                                                                          2010             $450,000                 2014                     $0

                                                                          2011                    $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                               $450,000
                                                                          2012                    $0         Project Total            $450,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                             Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                   Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments                  $150,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                            $2,000
 2 . Furniture & Office Equipment            $175,000
 3 . Buildings & Structures                  $125,000                 B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                         $2,200

                                                                                                          TOTAL:                             $4,200
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:        $450,000
                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                $40,000
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                           $0

                                                                                                          TOTAL:                           $40,000

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                     ($35,800)

                                                                                               NEW POSITIONS:          0.200




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                                                    Anoka County                                                                          ADOPTED

                                                2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                    2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Bunker Hills Campground Expansion                          Start Date                  04/01/2010
  DEPARTMENT              General Parks Operations                                   Est. Completion Date        08/31/2010
  CATEGORY                PARKS & RECREATION                                         Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2005-13                                                             Cost Center                 2420


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010           2011             2012             2013             2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                           TOTAL
Road Contract Payments                                   $150,000              $0               $0               $0               $0        $150,000
Furniture & Office Equipment                             $175,000              $0               $0               $0               $0         $175,000
Buildings & Structures                                   $125,000              $0               $0               $0               $0         $125,000
                          Total Costs                    $450,000              $0               $0               $0               $0         $450,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
State Grant                                              $450,000              $0               $0               $0               $0         $450,000
                         Total Funding                   $450,000              $0               $0               $0               $0         $450,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The Bunker Hills Campground fills up weekends from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. In addition, most of the hook-up sites are
 reserved weekdays through the summer. The number of recreational vehicles, camping trailers and others desiring hook-up sites is increasing.
 More retiree’s are on the road traveling by recreational vehicles as a lifestyle.

 The expansion also allows for the opportunity to offer camping cabins (1 to 3), which are popular nation-wide. The added sites provide an
 additional opportunity to offer camping for extended periods beyond the seven day maximum stay now defined by policy.


CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The area designated for the expansion is at a location of a former maintenance building. There would need to be some clearing and site
 development for road and campsite creation. There exists a well for access to water for the restroom building as well as the campsites.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 There are existing facilities that serve the current campground such as the registration building, entrance road, trails and playground. There are
 also two buildings with showers that would allow for a rest room only building in the expanded loop. Otherwise camping is unique to the park and
 offers little connection to shared resources.




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                              Anoka County                                                                 ADOPTED

                                         2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                             2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE      Bunker Hills Campground Expansion                      Start Date               04/01/2010
DEPARTMENT         General Parks Operations                               Est. Completion Date     08/31/2010
CATEGORY           PARKS & RECREATION                                     Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-13                                                    Cost Center              2420



                              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE


The Bunker Hills Campground has been a success since the renovation work was completed in 1999. Campers have filled
the sites most weekends through the summer. The popularity of motor homes, fifth wheelers and camping trailers has been
steady. Many retirees are enjoying a mobile lifestyle in their recreational vehicle. The recent economy has kept people close
to home for mini-vacations and get-aways. The proximity of the campground at Bunker Hills to the metropolitan area makes it
an affordable lodging alternative to people visiting the area.

The expansion of the campground at Bunker Hills Regional Park is in response to the current demand and projected growth of
camping as a leisure time activity. The most popular sites provide electric and water connections. This would be the focus of
the amenities constructed. An estimated 25 additional sites would bring the total number of campsites to 75. Rice Creek
Campground has 78 sites and is at capacity many weekends in Lino Lakes.

The construction of a third loop to the Bunker Hills Campground would include a new gravel roadway and each campsite
would include a gravel parking pad, turn area, fire ring/grill, picnic table and pedestal with electric and water connections. In
the center of the loop there will be restroom building patterned after the existing shower/restroom building in the other two
loops. The new building would either have fewer shower stalls than the existing building or would eliminate them altogether.
The current use of the showers in the hook-up loop is negligible. Many people are here for short stays or shower in their own
camping units. The current supply of shower stalls exceeds the state rules for campground even with the addition of 25 sites.




                                                                                                                          237
                                            Anoka County                                  ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Bunker Hills Campground Expansion   Start Date             04/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     General Parks Operations               Est. Completion Date   08/31/2010
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                     Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-13                                Cost Center            2420

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                          238
                                            Anoka County                                  ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Bunker Hills Campground Expansion   Start Date             04/01/2010
DEPARTMENT     General Parks Operations               Est. Completion Date   08/31/2010
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                     Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2005-13                                Cost Center            2420

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE




                                                                                          239
                                              Anoka County                                                        ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE      Bunker Hills Campground Expansion                    Start Date             04/01/2010
 DEPARTMENT         General Parks Operations                             Est. Completion Date   08/31/2010
 CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                       Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2005-13                                                  Cost Center            2420




                          EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                     TOTAL
                                                                   EMPLOYEE
                                     # OF         YEAR/MONTH         COST                        FUNDING            TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)          POSITIONS        NEEDED         (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE             COSTS



      TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                           0.20              5 months      $10,000       0%      Maintenance/Operati     $2,000



        Subtotal Salary Costs         0.20                            $10,000                                       $2,000




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
     DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                               $500
     OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                $1,700
     MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                             $0
     FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                          $0
     CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                               $0

                          SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                           $2,200

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                   $40,000
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                       $0

                          SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                       ($40,000)


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                      ($35,800)



                                                                                                                  240
                                                   Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Coon Lake County Park Acquisition and Development            Start Date                  01/01/2012
  DEPARTMENT            General Parks Operations                                     Est. Completion Date        12/31/2013
  CATEGORY              PARKS & RECREATION                                           Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-50                                                             Cost Center                 2420

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                             PRIOR YEARS:                                   $0.00
 Coon Lake County Park is located on the east side of Coon lake in Columbus township, approximately 5 miles east of Hwy 65 on Lexington
 Avenue. This park is currently 125 acres; acquisition of an additional 40 acres would increase its size to 165 acres. The cost of acquisition will be
 approximately 750,000. The development needs are estimated to cost $240,000 and includes the construction of an ADA compliant restroom and
 the expansion of the existing parking lot.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 The park is currently designated as a county park. With the acquisition of an additional 40 acres, the Parks and Recreation Department would
 seek reclassification to regional park status. This would increase funding opportunities through the Metropolitan Council and State Legislature to
 help support its increased usage. In addition, the acquisition would provide contiguous public land ownership east to Carlos Avery Wildlife Refuge.
 The park is along the proposed East Anoka County Regional Trail corridor and the additional land acquisition and development would
 accommodate future trail-head facilities. The existing park facilities were updated in 2002 and those updates increased park use significantly. With
 the increased usage of the park and land acquisition, additional facilities are needed to meet the demand. The additional development would
 provide ADA compliant facilities and increased user comfort and safety. It would also promote public enjoyment of the park system. This park
 acquisition and development is incorporated into the new Parks and Recreation Comprehensive System Plan, adopted by the Board in 2006. .




Summary of Total Project Costs                                     Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                           $990,000      PRIOR YEARS
                                                                   THROUGH 2009                    $0                2013              $240,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                                   $0
                                                                          2010                     $0                2014                     $0

                                                                          2011                     $0           2015 / BEYOND                 $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                                $990,000
                                                                          2012             $750,000           Project Total            $990,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                              Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                    Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Road Contract Payments                   $100,000
                                                                      A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                                $0
 2 . Land                                     $750,000
 3 . Buildings & Structures                   $140,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                          $5,000

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                             $5,000
               Total 5 year CIP Costs:        $990,000
                                                                      C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                  $5,000
                                                                      D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                            $0

                                                                                                           TOTAL:                             $5,000

                                                                       NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                             $0

                                                                                                NEW POSITIONS:           0




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                                                     Anoka County                                                                             ADOPTED

                                                 2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                     2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE           Coon Lake County Park Acquisition and Development            Start Date                   01/01/2012
  DEPARTMENT              General Parks Operations                                     Est. Completion Date         12/31/2013
  CATEGORY                PARKS & RECREATION                                           Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2007-50                                                               Cost Center                  2420


                             ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

           PROJECT COST                                  2010             2011              2012             2013              2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                               TOTAL
Road Contract Payments                                          $0               $0                $0       $100,000                  $0        $100,000
Buildings & Structures                                          $0               $0                $0       $140,000                  $0        $140,000
Land                                                            $0               $0        $750,000                 $0                $0        $750,000
                          Total Costs                           $0               $0        $750,000         $240,000                  $0        $990,000


        PROJECT FUNDING
County Tax Levy-Parks & Recreation                              $0               $0        $175,000                 $0                $0        $175,000
State (DNR)                                                     $0               $0        $375,000                 $0                $0        $375,000
State Grant                                                     $0               $0        $200,000                 $0                $0        $200,000
State (Met Council)                                             $0               $0                $0       $240,000                  $0        $240,000
                         Total Funding                          $0               $0        $750,000         $240,000                  $0        $990,000



DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The demand for acquisition and development at Coon Lake County Park comes from the citizens of Anoka County that require additional
 recreational opportunities. Additional parkland and facilities will not only increase the recreational opportunities available to citizens to improve
 their quality of life, it will promote mental and physical health, as well as create a sense of community by providing place for social gathering. In
 addition, this project will positively impact local economies by increasing land values in the surrounding area. The demand for this project also
 comes from the need for non-county funding opportunities. With the acquisition and reclassification to regional park status, non-county funding
 opportunities are significantly increased.


CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 The existing infrastructure of the park is about 4 years old, but the 40 acre acquisition would require new development. The new infrastructure will
 need to tie into the existing infrastructure and provide for ADA compliant facilities.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES




  Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                            Anoka County                                                          ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Coon Lake County Park Acquisition and Development   Start Date             01/01/2012
DEPARTMENT     General Parks Operations                               Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                     Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2007-50                                                Cost Center            2420

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
 Coon Lake County Park is located on the east side of Coon lake in Columbus township, approximately 5 miles east of
 Hwy 65 on Lexington Avenue. This park is currently 125 acres; acquisition of an additional 40 acres would increase its
 size to 165 acres. The cost of acquisition will be approximately 750,000. The development needs are estimated to cost
 $240,000 and includes the construction of an ADA compliant restroom and the expansion of the existing parking lot.

                         2010
                           No improvements planned


                         2011
                           No improvements planned


                         2012
                           Acquisition of additional parkland            $750,000


                         2013
                           ADA Compliant Restroom                        $140,000
                           Parking Lot Expansion                         $100,000
                                                                         $240,000

                         2014
                           No improvements planned



                         PROJECT TOTAL                                   $ 990,000




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                                                Anoka County                                                    ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Coon Lake County Park Acquisition and Development     Start Date             01/01/2012
 DEPARTMENT           General Parks Operations                              Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
 CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                          Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2007-50                                                     Cost Center            2420




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                        TOTAL
                                                                      EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF          YEAR/MONTH         COST                        FUNDING       TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS         NEEDED         (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE        COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               0                  $0       0%      0                      $0


        TEMPORARY/OT

Temporaries                             0.00               0                  $0       0%      0                      $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                                  $0                                      $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                            $4,000
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                 $1,000
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                            $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                         $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                              $0

                             SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                      $5,000

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                       $5,000
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                                        $0

                             SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                                   ($5,000)


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                                          $0



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                                                  Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                              2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                  2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement                    Start Date                  01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT            General Parks Operations                                   Est. Completion Date        12/31/2013
  CATEGORY              PARKS & RECREATION                                         Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-01                                                           Cost Center                 2420

PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION                           PRIOR YEARS:                          $295,000.00
 This project would implement a replacement strategy for Parks and Recreation Department vehicles and equipment. This includes a log truck, front
 end loader, backhoe, tandem axle and single axle dump trucks, water truck, and a tractor. The estimated cost of replacing this equipment is
 $1,420,000.




PROJECT JUSTIFICATION
 This fleet of large equipment has reached a point of diminishing return. All ten pieces are cited for replacement as part of this Five Year Capital
 Improvement Program. Each piece has elapsed beyond the replacement cycle as noted in the Maintenance Unit “Equipment Acquisition and
 Replacement Plan”. This equipment is critical to the continued success of Parks Maintenance and several pieces are utilized by the Anoka County
 Highway Department. The costs and challenges continue to increase in maintaining this equipment. There are several pieces that are antiquated to
 the point where parts are no longer available. Some parts have to be fabricated to keep this equipment in operation. To keep pace with the growing
 demands on the department, this fleet needs to be replaced.




Summary of Total Project Costs                                   Proposed Expenditures by Years
A. APPROXIMATE TOTAL COST:                        $1,420,000     PRIOR YEARS
                                                                 THROUGH 2009             $295,000                 2013             $100,000
B. COST ALREADY INCURRED:                           $295,000
                                                                         2010             $395,000                 2014                    $0

                                                                         2011             $365,000            2015 / BEYOND                $0
C. BALANCE TO FINISH:                             $1,125,000
                                                                         2012             $265,000          Project Total          $1,420,000


  Summary of 5 year CIP Cost Estimates                            Estimated Effect of Completed Project on Operating Budgets of this
                                                                  Department (on a yearly basis) (from CIP form No. 4)
 1 . Mobile Equipment                      $1,125,000
                                                                     A. ADDITIONAL SALARY COST:                               $0
              Total 5 year CIP Costs:      $1,125,000                B. ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES:                            $0

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                                 $0

                                                                     C. INCREASED REVENUE:                                    $0
                                                                     D. DECREASED OPERATING EXPENSE                    $395,000

                                                                                                         TOTAL:                         $395,000

                                                                      NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET:                                   ($395,000)

                                                                                              NEW POSITIONS:           0




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                                                   Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                               2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                   2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
  PROJECT TITLE         Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement                     Start Date                  01/01/2009
  DEPARTMENT            General Parks Operations                                    Est. Completion Date        12/31/2013
  CATEGORY              PARKS & RECREATION                                          Priority
  PROJECT NUMBER 2009-01                                                            Cost Center                 2420


                            ITEMIZED PROJECT COSTS AND PROPOSED FUNDINGS

          PROJECT COST                                  2010           2011             2012             2013            2014          FIVE YEAR
                                                                                                                                         TOTAL
Mobile Equipment                                        $395,000      $365,000         $265,000         $100,000                $0      $1,125,000
                       Total Costs                      $395,000      $365,000         $265,000         $100,000                $0         $1,125,000


       PROJECT FUNDING
G.O. Capital Notes                                      $395,000      $365,000         $265,000         $100,000                $0         $1,125,000
                      Total Funding                     $395,000      $365,000         $265,000         $100,000                $0         $1,125,000




DEMAND FOR THE IMPROVEMENT
 The demand for replacement of this equipment is generated in several ways. First, safety is a key factor when considering replacement of this
 portion of the Maintenance Unit fleet. Currently, fabrication and replacement of many components of this equipment have been needed to ensure
 the safety of the operator and the public. For example: dump box repairs and replacements have been put into place to prevent materials being
 hauled by these trucks from spilling onto the roadways during transport. Secondly, efficiency is also impacted when using old equipment. “Down
 Time” not only impacts the operators and mechanics it also influences the completion of the projects at hand. Lastly, repair and maintenance
 costs are affected dramatically when attempting to maintain and repair equipment that is 20 plus years old.


CONDITION OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE
 This equipment ranges in age from 1981 to the newest piece of equipment purchased in 1991. The overall condition of this fleet is poor.




OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVIDING SERVICE THROUGH SHARED FACILITIES
 Many of these pieces are shared with the highway Department. The vibratory plow is loaned to municipalities and townships in Anoka County for
 oak wilt suppression. Most pieces are in use on a daily or weekly basis.
 CIP Form No. 2




 Footnote: There are no contingencies on this project


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                                              Anoka County                                                                  ADOPTED

                                          2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                              2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE       Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement                  Start Date                01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT     General Parks Operations                                      Est. Completion Date      12/31/2013
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                            Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-01                                                       Cost Center               2420

                               CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
  Unit    Make /     Description Year Description                  2010       2011         2012      2013      2014       Total
          Model                        Of Replacement
     8716 GMC 7000 S/A Aerial     1987 Similar truck, box, lift,
                     Truck             etc.
     8917 Intl.      T/A Log      1989 Similar truck, box, lift,
                     Truck             etc.
     9005 Intl.      S/A Dump     1990 Single axle truck –         100,000                                                 100,000
                     Truck             GVW 31,000 lbs
                     w/snow            Landscape box
                     removal
                     Equipment
     9027 Intl.      T/A Dump     1990 Tandem axle truck –         165,000                                                 165,000
                     Truck             GVW 50,000 lbs
                     w/snow            With plow and
                     removal           sanding equipment
                     equipment         Standard dump box
                                       10/12 yd capacity
     9144 Vermeer    495          1991 Similar equipment           130,000                                                 130,000
                     Vibratory
                     Plow
     8714 Ford L8000 T/A Dump     1987 Tandem axle truck –                   170,000                                       170,000
                     Truck             GVW 50,000 lbs
                                       With plow and
                                       sanding equipment
                                       Standard dump box
                                       10/12 yd capacity
     9043 John       650G Dozer 1990 Cat 938 or similar                      195,000                                       195,000
          Deere                        front end loader
     8129 Ford F800 S/A Water     1981 Single axle truck –                                 165,000                         165,000
                     Truck             GVW 31,000 lbs
                                       Skid mount water
                                       tank w/attachments,
                                       Landscape box
     8242 Champion Motor          1982 65 hp – four wheel                                  100,000                         100,000
                     Grader            drive turf tractor
          720A                         cab, A/C, heat, loader
                                       bucket, etc.
     9145 JCB        4 Wheel      1991 Similar equipment                                             100,000               100,000
                     Drive
                     Backhoe
                     TOTAL                                         395,000   365,000       265,000   100,000          -   1,125,000




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                                            Anoka County                                                                            ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement                   Start Date                   01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT     General Parks Operations                                     Est. Completion Date         12/31/2013
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                           Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-01                                                      Cost Center                  2420

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

                                                            Description: Unit # 9027 – 1990 Tandem Dump Truck with Snow
                                                            Plow and Sanding Unit (18 years).
                                                            Use: This truck is a critical vehicle in the snow removal program. It
                                                            is used throughout the “Peak Season” and shoulder seasons to haul
                                                            equipment and a wide variety materials to job sites.
                                                            Comments: This truck is in moderately poor condition and has had
                                                            several components replaced because they were worn out or are
                                                            unsafe. The dump box has been replaced as well as the snowplow
                                                            and the hydraulic lift for the dump box. This truck is showing signs
                                                            of metal fatigue in the cab and frame due to salt damage.




                                                            Description: Unit # 9144 – 1990 Vibratory Plow (18 years).
                                                            Use: This plow is a vital piece of equipment in combating the
                                                            spread of Oak Wilt in Anoka County. This plow trenches between
                                                            healthy and infected trees to sever the commonly shared roots to
                                                            prevent future spread of oak wilt This piece of equipment is also
                                                            critical to many communities that currently rent this plow from the
                                                            Parks Department.
                                                            Comments: This plow is in poor condition. There are several
                                                            reasons why this vibratory plow is in poor shape. This is due to the
                                                            nature of this operation, the number of users of the machine and
                                                            that it is 18 years old. Parts are no longer available for repair of this
                                                            model.




                                                            Description: Unit # 8714 – 1987 Tandem Axle Dump Truck (21
                                                            years).
                                                            Use: This truck is currently used for hauling equipment and a wide
                                                            variety of materials to job sites year round.
                                                            Comments: Due to the truck’s age, the dump box and hydraulic lift
                                                            had to be replaced several years ago. These replacements have
                                                            ensured that the truck could be operated safely. There is evidence of
                                                            metal fatigue in the cab and frame from rust. Parts availability is a
                                                            challenge. This truck is underpowered in some applications. When
                                                            replaced it would be equipped with snow removal equipment which
                                                            would improve the efficiency of the snow removal program.




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                                            Anoka County                                                                   ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement              Start Date                 01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT     General Parks Operations                                Est. Completion Date       12/31/2013
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                      Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-01                                                 Cost Center                2420

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

                                                            Description: Unit # 9043 – 1990 John Deere 650 G Dozer (18
                                                            years).
                                                            Use: This dozer has been extensively used in the development of
                                                            the park system over the past 18 years. It has been used in the
                                                            construction of roadways, parking lots, and building sites, played
                                                            a role in landscaping projects, trail development, etc.
                                                            Comments: Due to the age of the dozer, parts are becoming more
                                                            difficult to find. There is a much greater need for a more
                                                            versatile piece of equipment like a front-end loader. Therefore the
                                                            dozer would be replaced with an articulating mid size front-end
                                                            loader. A front-end loader would be utilized by both the Parks
                                                            and Highway Departments.




                                                            Description: Unit #8129 – 1981 Single Axle Flatbed Chassis Cab
                                                            with poly 1000 gallon water tank and gas powered pumping
                                                            system (17 years).
                                                            Use: This water truck was designed to address a wide variety of
                                                            tasks: watering trees and shrubs, watering sod and seeded turf
                                                            and prairie areas, pressure washing buildings, managing prairie
                                                            burns, roadway and parking lot maintenance, etc.
                                                            Comments: Many components of this truck had to be replaced to
                                                            make it useable and safe to operate. Parts for this truck are
                                                            becoming very hard to locate due to the age of the vehicle.




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                                            Anoka County                                                                     ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement                Start Date                 01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT     General Parks Operations                                  Est. Completion Date       12/31/2013
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                        Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-01                                                   Cost Center                2420

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

                                                   Description: Unit # 8242 – 1982 Champion Road Grader (26 years)
                                                   Use: This grader, purchased in 1983, was used in the development of many
                                                   roadways and parking lots as the system grew. Over the years it was used as
                                                   needed to grade gravel roads and lots as these facilities required
                                                   maintenance. It was also used for several years by Anoka County Highways
                                                   to assist in snow removal.
                                                   Comments: The grader is in poor condition. It gets very limited use as many
                                                   of the park roads and parking lots have been upgraded to bituminous
                                                   surfaces. The Highway Department no longer uses it in the snow removal
                                                   program. This grader would be replaced, it would be replaced with a four-
                                                   wheel drive tractor with several options and attachments. The tractor would
                                                   be used to address a wide variety of tasks (creating fire breaks for prairie
                                                   burns, mowing rough or brushy areas, seed bed preparation for prairie and
                                                   turf grasses, turf management practices, etc.).




                                                   Description: Unit # 9145 – 1991 JCB Four Wheel Drive Loader with
                                                   Backhoe (17 years).
                                                   Use: This loader / backhoe is a very versatile piece of equipment. It has been
                                                   used in development and demolition projects, to correct drainage issues,
                                                   loaded trucks, installation of playgrounds, etc.
                                                   Comments: The loader / backhoe is in fair condition. It is valuable, not only
                                                   because of it’s versatility, but because of it’s size and four wheel drive
                                                   capability. It allows the operator to access work sites in close quarters and
                                                   yet handle relatively large projects. This piece of equipment is used by both
                                                   the Parks and Highway Departments.




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                                            Anoka County                                               ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement          Start Date             01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT     General Parks Operations                            Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                  Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-01                                             Cost Center            2420

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE
                                  PROJECTED FIVE-YEAR COST SAVINGS




 Unit #                                             Total 5-Year Cost Savings*


 8716                                               $25,000

 8917                                               $55,000

 9005                                               $32,500

 9027                                               $47,500

 9144                                               $25,000

 8714                                               $32,500

 9043                                               $12,500

 8129                                               $25,000

 8242                                               $100,000

 9145                                               $40,000

                    Total                           $395,000

 * Includes estimated maintenance labor, repair/replacement parts, and fuel efficiency savings




                                                                                                       251
                                            Anoka County                                                                  ADOPTED

                                        2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                            2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
PROJECT TITLE     Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement             Start Date                 01/01/2009
DEPARTMENT     General Parks Operations                               Est. Completion Date       12/31/2013
CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                     Priority
PROJECT NUMBER 2009-01                                                Cost Center                2420

                            CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT NARRATIVE

                                                            Description: Unit # 8716 - 1987 Single Axle Aerial Bucket
                                                            Truck with Dump Box (21 years).
                                                            Use: This vehicle is critical piece of equipment used for tree
                                                            pruning, hazardous tree removal, exterior lighting maintenance,
                                                            changing messages on the Bunker Park information sign, etc.
                                                            This truck is also used by the Facilities Management and the
                                                            Highway Department
                                                            Comments: Currently this truck is in moderately poor
                                                            condition




                                                            Description: Unit # 8917 – 1989 Tandem Axle Log Truck with
                                                            a Loader and Dump Box (19 years).
                                                            Use: This truck is used extensively. This vehicle plays a major
                                                            role in the Oak Wilt Program. It is a key piece of equipment
                                                            used to address storm damage in the parks and along roadways.
                                                            It is also used for demolition, disposal of large amounts of
                                                            debris, logging and development projects This truck is used by
                                                            the Parks Department, Highway Department and Facilities
                                                            Management for several tree related projects.
                                                            Comments: Between Anoka County Highway and the Parks
                                                            Department, this truck is operated nearly every day. This truck
                                                            is in poor condition because of the extensive use and its age.




                                                            Description: Unit # 9005 – 1990 Single Axle Dump Truck with
                                                            Snow Plow and Sanding Unit (18 years).
                                                            Use: This vehicle is one of two large snow removal trucks in
                                                            the Parks fleet. It is also used for towing heavy equipment
                                                            (vibratory plow, cross country ski trail groomer, tractors, etc.)
                                                            and hauling materials to job sites.
                                                            Comments: This truck is in moderately poor condition but it is
                                                            becoming increasingly difficult to repair because of its age.
                                                            There is evidence of metal fatigue on this vehicle due to salt
                                                            damage (cab, dump box, frame, etc.).




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                                                Anoka County                                                ADOPTED

                                            2010 CAPITAL BUDGET
                                2010 - 2014 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
 PROJECT TITLE        Large Vehicle and Equipment Replacement          Start Date             01/01/2009
 DEPARTMENT           General Parks Operations                         Est. Completion Date   12/31/2013
 CATEGORY       PARKS & RECREATION                                     Priority
 PROJECT NUMBER 2009-01                                                Cost Center            2420




                            EFFECT ON THE OPERATING BUDGET WORKSHEET
ADDITIONAL SALARY COST

                                                                   TOTAL
                                                                 EMPLOYEE
                                       # OF         YEAR/MONTH     COST                        FUNDING        TOTAL
    NEW POSITIONS (TITLE)            POSITIONS        NEEDED     (SAL + BEN)   % FUNDED        SOURCE         COSTS



        PERMANENT

NONE                                    0.00               0             $0       0%      0                       $0



          Subtotal Salary Costs         0.00                             $0                                       $0




ADDITIONAL OTHER EXPENSES
       DEPARTMENT COST (Supplies, Training, Mileage, etc.)                                           $0
       OPERATING COST (Space, Rent, Phone, Ins. etc.)                                                $0
       MAINTENANCE COSTS (Equipment, Software, Hardware, etc.)                                       $0
       FURNISHING (Desk, Chair, Partitions, etc.)                                                    $0
       CAPITAL EQUIPMENT (PC's, Phones Systems, Autos, etc.)                                         $0

                            SUB-TOTAL EXPENDITURE INCREASES                                                       $0

     Increase in County Revenue                                                                      $0
     Decrease in Operating Expense                                                            $395,000

                            SUB-TOTAL SAVINGS                                                              ($395,000)


GRAND TOTAL - NET EFFECT ON OPERATING BUDGET                                                               ($395,000)



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                                                            ANOKA COUNTY
                                                           ANOKA, MINNESOTA
                                                                                                                                     Table 1
                                    COMPUTATION OF DIRECT, OVERLAPPING AND UNDERLYING
                                                     LONG-TERM DEBT
                                                    DECEMBER 31, 2008


                                                      Net G. O.                            Percent                           County's
                                                         Debt                            Applicable                          Share of
Governmental Unit                                   Outstanding (1)                     to County (2)                        Net Debt

Direct:
 Anoka County                                   $        161,826,337                        100.0%                      $        161,826,337

Overlapping:
 Metropolitan Council                                     21,120,000                          9.9%                                 2,090,880
 Metropolitan Transit District                           189,930,000                         12.6%                                23,931,180

  Total Overlapping                                      211,050,000                                                              26,022,060

Underlying:
 City of Andover                                          49,620,000                        100.0%                                49,620,000
 City of Anoka                                             4,730,000                        100.0%                                 4,730,000
 City of Bethel                                              480,000                        100.0%                                   480,000
 City of Blaine                                           37,576,750                         99.2%                                37,276,136
 City of Centerville                                       4,130,000                        100.0%                                 4,130,000
 City of Circle Pines                                     11,675,000                        100.0%                                11,675,000
 City of Columbus                                         16,880,000                        100.0%                                16,880,000
 City of Columbia Heights                                 11,296,800                        100.0%                                11,296,800
 City of Coon Rapids                                      10,345,000                        100.0%                                10,345,000
 City of East Bethel                                       2,238,619                        100.0%                                 2,238,619
 City of Fridley                                          11,015,000                        100.0%                                11,015,000
 City of Ham Lake                                            470,000                        100.0%                                   470,000
 City of Hilltop                                             260,000                        100.0%                                   260,000
 City of Lexington                                           825,000                        100.0%                                   825,000
 City of Lino Lakes                                       20,839,000                        100.0%                                20,839,000
 City of Nowthen                                           1,145,000                        100.0%                                 1,145,000
 City of Oak Grove                                         2,778,800                        100.0%                                 2,778,800
 City of Ramsey                                           11,390,000                        100.0%                                11,390,000
 City of St. Francis                                       4,250,000                         99.9%                                 4,245,750
 City of Spring Lake Park                                  2,395,000                         97.5%                                 2,335,125
 School District #11                                     146,832,199                         79.3%                               116,437,934
 School District #12                                      68,985,000                        100.0%                                68,985,000
 School District #13                                      26,380,000                        100.0%                                26,380,000
 School District #14                                      38,570,000                        100.0%                                38,570,000
 School District #15                                       4,835,000                         92.9%                                 4,491,715
 School District #16                                     123,157,000                        100.0%                               123,157,000
 School District #624                                     63,615,000                          3.5%                                 2,226,525
 School District #728                                    188,116,921                          7.0%                                13,168,184
 School District #831                                     40,630,000                         32.7%                                13,286,010
 School District #916                                        365,000                         61.2%                                   223,380

  Total Underlying                                       905,826,089                                                             610,900,978

  Grand Total                                   $       1,278,702,426                                                   $        798,749,375


Notes:
(1) The Net G.O. Debt Outstanding includes debt which is secured by the authority to levy taxes on real estate. The net amount
    is determined by deducting the amount available for debt retirement as of December 31, 2008, from total long-term debt.
(2) Determined by the portion of the long-term debt which is secured by taxable real estate located within Anoka County.

Source: Anoka County Property Tax Division


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                                                                   ANOKA COUNTY
                                                                  ANOKA, MINNESOTA


                                                        SUMMARY OF COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS
                                                                                                              Principal       Principal
    Date          Original                                                                      Final       Outstanding     Outstanding
  of Issue        Amount                                       Purpose                         Maturity     as of 10/1/08   as of 9/30/09

General Obligation Debt

 01/01/1999        4,435,000       Capital Improvement Refunding Bonds                         01/01/2011      1,960,000       1,335,000
 06/01/1999        6,400,000       State Aid Road Bonds                                        05/01/2009        730,000               -
 02/16/2001        5,255,000       Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2011      1,925,000       1,310,000
 02/16/2001        4,575,000       State Aid Road Bonds                                        05/01/2011      1,605,000       1,095,000
 02/26/2001       21,395,000       Capital Improvement Refunding Bonds                         02/01/2011      6,440,000       3,480,000
 11/01/2001        3,485,000       Bridge Refunding Bonds                                      01/01/2009        560,000               -
 08/01/2002        4,175,000       Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2012      2,265,000       1,730,000
 09/01/2002        2,040,000       Recreational Facility Bonds                                 02/01/2023      1,690,000       1,605,000
 11/01/2002       10,500,000       Public Safety Radio System Bonds                            02/01/2013      5,700,000       4,640,000
 03/18/2004        3,500,000       Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2019      2,660,000       2,410,000
 03/18/2004        1,640,000       Capital Notes                                               02/01/2009        385,000               -
 06/30/2004          815,000       Capital Notes                                               02/01/2009        215,000               -
 02/22/2005         3,440,000      Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2015      2,505,000       2,180,000
 02/22/2005         1,595,000      Capital Notes                                               02/01/2010        660,000         335,000
 02/22/2005         1,945,000      Taxable Bonds                                               02/01/2012      1,155,000         880,000
 03/30/2005         7,500,000      Ice Arena Advance Refunding                                 02/01/2023      6,710,000       6,370,000
 06/28/2005         4,395,000      Library Refunding Bonds                                     01/01/2015      3,520,000       3,060,000
 06/28/2005         1,600,000      Capital Proj Secured Juvenile Facility Refunding            12/01/2017      1,600,000       1,465,000
 09/20/2005        13,000,000      Airport Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2033     13,000,000      13,000,000
 09/20/2005         2,715,000      Airport Improvement Bonds (AMT)                             02/01/2014      2,365,000       2,005,000
 02/15/2006         4,285,000      Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2016      3,535,000       3,145,000
 02/15/2006         1,490,000      Capital Notes                                               02/01/2011        920,000         625,000
 02/15/2006         3,385,000      Airport Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2033      3,385,000       3,310,000
 09/15/2006         7,030,000      Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2022      6,760,000       6,385,000
 02/15/2007         7,675,000      Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2022      7,675,000       7,245,000
 02/15/2007         3,245,000      Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2022      3,080,000       2,910,000
 02/15/2007         1,400,000      Capital Notes                                               02/01/2012      1,140,000         870,000
 07/01/2007        12,255,000      Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2029     12,255,000      12,255,000
 07/01/2007         6,575,000      Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2015      6,575,000       6,575,000
 02/28/2008       16,505,000       Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2028     16,505,000      16,505,000
 07/17/2008        3,745,000       Capital Notes                                               02/01/2014      3,745,000       3,745,000
 07/17/2008       13,195,000       Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2030     13,195,000      13,195,000
 07/17/2008        1,395,000       Airport Improvement Bonds (AMT)                             02/01/2024      1,395,000       1,395,000
 08/01/2009       18,310,000       Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/11/2012              -      18,310,000
 07/09/2009        3,000,000       Capital Notes                                               02/01/2014              -       3,000,000
 07/09/2009        3,000,000       Capital Improvement Bonds                                   02/01/2019              -       3,000,000
 09/22/2009       20,000,000       OPEB Bonds                                                  02/01/2021              -      20,000,000
 12/09/2009          740,000       Capital Notes                                               02/01/2014              -         740,000
 12/09/2009        6,680,000       Bonds                                                       08/01/2024      6,680,000       6,680,000
 12/09/2009        1,485,000       Recreational Facility Refunding Bonds                       08/01/2023              -       1,485,000

              Total General Obligation Debt                                                                  144,495,000     176,790,000

Installment Purchase Obligations

 11/01/1998        2,355,000       COP ACCAP Mortgage Refinancing                              06/01/2028      1,950,000       1,900,000
 06/01/2003         1,130,000      ACCAP Refunding of 1993 COP                                 06/01/2013        575,000         460,000
 01/16/2007        32,510,000      Regional Rail Authority Limited Tax Bonds                   02/01/1932     31,795,000      30,990,000
 07/01/2007         1,950,000      Temporary Bonds                                             08/01/2008              -               -
 09/25/2007         7,200,000      ACRRA Revenue Anticipation Notes                            09/01/2008              -               -
 11/28/2007         2,705,000      Mosquito Control COP Bonds                                  02/01/2023      2,705,000       2,590,000
 07/08/2008         1,205,000      Annual Appropriation Lease and Refunding ACCAP Bonds        06/01/2018      1,205,000       1,102,055

              Total Installment Purchase Obligations                                                          38,230,000      37,042,055

Gross Revenue Bonds

 12/01/1998        3,000,000       City of Ramsey Senior Housing Revenue Bonds                 01/01/2028      3,000,000       3,000,000
 04/22/2004        5,985,000       City of Oak Grove Senior Housing Revenue Bonds              02/01/2034      5,805,000       5,705,000
 04/22/2004        3,075,000       City of Centerville Senior Housing Revenue Bonds Phase II   02/01/2034      3,015,000       2,980,000
 03/20/2006        6,600,000       Lease Revenue Bonds (Ice Arena)                             03/15/2026      6,375,000       6,140,000
 09/28/2008        2,770,000       City of Ham Lake Refunding                                  01/01/2026      2,770,000       2,730,000
 02/19/2009        3,200,000       HRA Ramsey Refunding                                        01/01/2028      3,200,000       3,200,000

              Total Gross Revenue Bonds                                                                       24,165,000      23,755,000

              Total Debt and Installment Purchase Obligations                                                206,890,000     237,587,055

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                                                                                           Table 3

                                           ANOKA COUNTY
                                          ANOKA, MINNESOTA

      SUMMARY OF ANNUAL REQUIREMENTS TO RETIRE BONDED DEBT OUTSTANDING AS OF 1/1/2009


                           General
                          Obligation             Gross             Installment
                           Bonds                Revenue             Purchase
     Year Due             and Notes              Bonds             Obligations          Total

2009                  $     19,885,752      $     1,444,047    $       1,206,343   $    22,536,142
2010                        20,515,090            1,524,582            1,333,420        23,373,092
2011                        17,051,606            1,528,577              674,641        19,254,824
2012                        15,104,916            1,560,772              671,596        17,337,284
2013                        15,936,800            1,680,237              672,732        18,289,769
2014-2018                   57,902,144            8,469,350            2,679,473        69,050,967
2019-2023                   44,923,934            8,489,456            1,988,571        55,401,961
2024-2028                   27,860,351            6,957,781              956,350        35,774,482
2029-2033                   17,054,690            3,401,000                  -          20,455,690
2034-2038                          -                686,750                  -             686,750

Total Payments             236,235,283           35,742,552          10,183,126        282,160,961
Less Interest              (68,405,283)         (13,607,552)         (2,666,767)       (84,679,602)

Total Principal Due   $    167,830,000      $    22,135,000    $       7,516,359   $   197,481,359


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                                                                                                   Table 4
                                                ANOKA COUNTY
                                               ANOKA, MINNESOTA

                                     2010 DEBT SERVICE LEVIES FOR CIP BONDS
                                                Subject to MS 373.40

                                                                                       Total
        Bond Issue                                 Principal         Interest         Payment           Levy


Capital Improvement Refunding Bonds - 1999     $       680,000   $       15,470   $      695,470   $      746,487
Capital Improvement Bonds - 2001                       670,000           14,070          684,070          733,047
Capital Improvement Refunding Bonds - 2001             365,000            8,760          373,760          401,646
Capital Improvement Bonds - 2002                     1,710,000          152,086        1,862,086        1,989,913
Recreational Facility Bonds- 2002                       90,000           33,749          123,749          165,372
Capital Improvement Bonds - 2004                       260,000           72,493          332,493          353,007
Capital Improvement Bonds - 2005                       345,000           58,209          403,209          429,075
Capital Improvement Bonds - 2006                       815,000          329,089        1,144,089        1,216,689
Capital Improvement Bonds - 2007                       985,000        1,071,895        2,056,895        2,181,107
Capital Improvement Bonds - 2008                     1,260,000        1,271,508        2,531,508        2,680,212
Capital Improvement Bonds - 2009                     1,710,000        1,080,241        2,790,241        2,945,398
Recreational Facility Refunding Bonds- 2009                -             50,739           50,739          163,526


  Total                                        $     8,890,000   $    4,158,307   $   13,048,307   $   14,005,478


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                                                                                                   Table 5
                                                ANOKA COUNTY
                                               ANOKA, MINNESOTA

                     SUMMARY OF ANNUAL REQUIREMENTS TO RETIRE LEVY-SUPPORTED CIP BONDS


                                                                                       Total
Year Due                                           Principal         Interest         Payment           Levy

2010                                           $    8,890,000    $    4,158,307   $   13,048,307   $   14,005,478
2011                                                7,285,000         3,802,360       11,087,360       11,880,324
2012                                                9,125,000         3,497,951       12,622,951       13,425,221
2013                                                8,160,000         3,160,406       11,320,406       12,049,015
2014                                                8,475,000         2,828,927       11,303,927       12,307,578
2015-2030                                          59,425,000        15,281,964       74,706,964       79,596,796

Total                                          $ 101,360,000     $ 32,729,915     $ 134,089,915    $ 143,264,412


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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Table 6
                                                                                                                                     LEGAL DEBT MARGIN
                                                                                                                                    LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS


                                                                  1999                   2000                   2001                    2002                   2003                   2004                   2005                  2006                   2007                    2008
Estimated market value (1)                                 $ 12,894,021,200      $   14,663,270,900      $ 16,616,957,700       $    19,630,443,300     $   21,945,392,500     $   24,631,534,900     $ 27,401,639,100      $   30,224,874,700     $   31,884,880,900     $    32,199,865,900
  Add: Estimated market value of certain property
    exempt from taxation at its 1966 valuation,
    Extra session laws 1967, Chapter 32, Article 15               39,626,178              39,626,178             39,626,178             39,626,178             39,626,178              39,626,178            39,626,178            39,626,178             39,626,178              39,626,178


Net estimated market value                                     12,933,647,378        14,702,897,078          16,656,583,878          19,670,069,478         21,985,018,678         24,671,161,078         27,441,265,278        30,264,500,878         31,924,507,078          32,239,492,078


Debt limit: 2% of estimated market value (2)                     258,672,948            294,057,942            333,131,678             393,401,390            439,700,374            493,423,222            548,825,306           605,290,018            638,490,142             644,789,842
  Amount of debt applicable to debt limit
    Total bonded debt (3)                                         84,210,000              78,265,000           103,700,000              93,445,000             84,195,000              82,370,000           101,075,000           101,865,000            163,735,000             175,346,359
         Less: Amount available in funds                           (8,933,115)            (8,517,705)           (29,858,195)             (9,241,380)            (6,582,726)            (7,467,390)           (15,908,280)          (12,364,976)           (16,136,192)            (13,944,222)
  Total debt applicable to debt limit                             75,276,885              69,747,295             73,841,805             84,203,620             77,612,274              74,902,610            85,166,720            89,500,024            147,598,808             161,402,137


Legal Debt Margin                                          $     183,396,063     $      224,310,647      $     259,289,873      $      309,197,770      $     362,088,100      $     418,520,612      $     463,658,586     $     515,789,994      $     490,891,334      $      483,387,705


Legal debt margin as a percentage of debt limit:                       70.90%                   76.28%               77.83%                    78.60%                 82.35%                 84.82%              84.48%                   85.21%                 76.88%                  74.97%



Notes:
(1) Source: Anoka County Property Tax Division
(2) Minnesota Stat. Sec. 475.53, subd. 1, Limit on Net Debt: Except as otherwise provided in sections 475.51 to 475.74, no municipality except a school district or a city of the first class,
    shall incur or be subject to a net debt in excess of two percent of the estimated market value.
(3) Does not include revenue bonds supported by user fees.



                                                                                                             COMPARISON OF LEGAL DEBT MARGIN TO DEBT LIMIT
                                     700,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Debt Limit

                                     600,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Legal Debt Margin

                                     500,000
            Dollars (In thousands)




                                     400,000


                                     300,000


                                     200,000


                                     100,000




                                                                                                                               Fiscal Year


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                                                                                                                                                                                                  Table 7
                                                                                     RATIOS OF NET BONDED DEBT TO ESTIMATED MARKET VALUE
                                                                                                AND NET BONDED DEBT PER CAPITA
                                                                                                     LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS


                                                       Governmental Activities
                                                                                                                                                               Net Bonded
               Installment                         General               Gross             Total        Amounts             Net               Estimated           Debt                        Net Bonded
Fiscal          Purchase                          Obligation            Revenue           Bonded       Available in       Bonded                Market        of Estimated                     Debt Per
 Year          Obligations                      Bonds and Notes          Bonds             Debt          Funds             Debt                Value (1)      Market Value   Population (2)     Capita

1999        $ 14,690,000                        $    69,520,000        $ 7,285,000      $ 91,495,000   $    8,933,115   $ 82,561,885    $ 12,894,021,200         0.64%            297,776     $     277
2000          13,650,000                             64,615,000          7,260,000        85,525,000        8,517,705     77,007,295      14,663,270,900         0.53%            298,084           258
2001          12,600,000                             91,100,000          7,235,000       110,935,000       29,858,195     81,076,805      16,616,957,700         0.49%            302,271           268
2002          11,555,000                             81,890,000          7,210,000       100,655,000        9,241,380     91,413,620      19,630,443,300         0.47%            308,171           297
2003          10,335,000                             73,860,000          7,180,000        91,375,000        6,582,726     84,792,274      21,945,392,500         0.39%            313,197           271
2004           9,255,000                             73,115,000         17,530,000        99,900,000        7,467,390     92,432,610      24,631,534,900         0.38%            316,830           292
2005           8,140,000                             92,935,000         17,460,000       118,535,000       15,908,280    102,626,720      27,401,639,100         0.37%            326,393           314
2006           6,990,000                             94,875,000         22,835,000       124,700,000       12,364,976    112,335,024      30,224,874,700         0.37%            328,614           342
2007           8,505,000                            155,230,000         22,645,000       186,380,000       14,604,815    171,775,185      31,884,880,900         0.54%            331,246           519
2008           7,516,359                            167,830,000         22,135,000       197,481,359       13,520,022    183,961,337      32,199,865,900         0.57%            336,824           546


Notes:
(1) Source: Anoka County Property Tax Division
(2) Source: Metropolitan Council (2008 population is an estimate based on previous years' growth)


                                                                                                 Net Bonded Debt Per Capita

                                         $600



                                         $500
            Net Bonded Debt per Capita




                                         $400



                                         $300



                                         $200



                                         $100



                                           $-
                                                1999            2000             2001         2002          2003         2004          2005            2006         2007         2008
                                                                                                                Fiscal Year




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                                                                                                                                                                                    Table 8
                                                                        RATIOS OF OUTSTANDING DEBT TO PERSONAL INCOME
                                                                                      AND DEBT PER CAPITA
                                                                                     LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS


                                                    Governmental Activities
                           Installment       General           Gross                           Economic          Total                             Ratio of Debt                       Debt
Fiscal                      Purchase        Obligation        Revenue            Capital      Development      Primary               Personal      To Personal                         Per
 Year                      Obligations   Bonds and Notes       Bonds             Leases          Loan         Government            Income (1)       Income        Population (2)     Capita

1999                  $ 14,690,000       $    69,520,000    $ 7,285,000        $ 1,106,667     $ 150,000      $ 92,751,667     $ 8,176,000,000        1.13%             297,776       $ 311
2000                    13,650,000            64,615,000      7,260,000          1,062,400       150,000        86,737,400       8,920,000,000        0.97%             298,084         291
2001                    12,600,000            91,100,000      7,235,000          1,018,033       110,000       112,063,033       9,497,000,000        1.18%             302,271         371
2002                    11,555,000            81,890,000      7,210,000            973,867       110,000       101,738,867       9,890,000,000        1.03%             308,171         330
2003                    10,335,000            73,860,000      7,180,000            929,600       110,000        92,414,600      10,265,000,000        0.90%             313,197         295
2004                     9,255,000            73,115,000     17,530,000            885,333       110,000       100,895,333      10,772,000,000        0.94%             316,830         318
2005                     8,140,000            92,935,000     17,460,000            841,067       110,000       119,486,067      11,098,000,000        1.08%             326,393         366
2006                     6,990,000            94,875,000     22,835,000            810,374        96,162       125,606,536      11,546,000,000 *      1.09%             328,614         382
2007                     8,505,000           155,230,000     22,645,000            849,862           -         187,229,862            *                  *              331,246         565
2008                     7,516,359           167,830,000     22,135,000            806,442           -         198,287,801            *                  *              336,824         589


Notes:
(1) Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
(2) Source: Metropolitan Council (2008 population is an estimate based on past years' growth)
(3) Source: Minnesota State Auditor (2006 is the most recent information available)
(4) Graph shows the most recent five years available

* not available or estimated


                                                                          Debt Per Capita Metro County Comparison (3) (4)

                           $1,000
                             $900
                             $800                                                                                                                                        Anoka
                             $700                                                                                                                                        Carver
         Debt per Capita




                             $600                                                                                                                                        Dakota
                             $500                                                                                                                                        Hennepin
                             $400                                                                                                                                        Ramsey
                             $300                                                                                                                                        Scott
                             $200                                                                                                                                        Washington

                             $100
                                $-
                                             2002                       2003                       2004                      2005                    2006
                                                                                                Fiscal Year



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                                                                                                                                                                              Table 9
                                                                              PROPERTY TAX LEVIES AND COLLECTIONS
                                                                                    LAST NINE FISCAL YEARS


                                                       Collection within the Fiscal                                                                    Outstanding Delinquent
                                                            Year of the Levy                                         Total Collections to Date          (net of abatements)
                                   Tax Levied                                               Collections in
  Fiscal                          for the Fiscal                         Percentage          Subsequent                              Percentage                          Percentage
  Year                                 Year                Amount (1)      of Levy              Years                Amount            of Levy        Amount               of Levy

  2000                            $    79,005,675      $    78,274,680     99.07%            $     603,180       $    78,877,860       99.84%     $         -              0.00%
  2001                                 84,029,210           82,934,013     98.70%                  784,617            83,718,630       99.63%             7,495            0.01%
  2002                                 89,711,465           88,756,959     98.94%                  735,171            89,492,130       99.76%            10,698            0.01%
  2003                                 96,262,641           91,973,664     95.54%     (2)          995,747            92,969,411       96.58%            17,735            0.02%
  2004                                 99,362,917           97,908,557     98.54%                  631,509            98,540,066       99.17%            30,140            0.03%
  2005                                107,952,677          106,417,089     98.58%                1,019,401           107,436,490       99.52%            85,603            0.08%
  2006                                114,271,812          112,498,149     98.45%                1,235,336           113,733,485       99.53%           330,640            0.29%
  2007                                123,135,436          120,235,177     97.64%                1,421,366           121,656,543       98.80%           820,234            0.67%
  2008                                136,112,356          129,909,128     95.44%     (2)              -             129,909,128       95.44%         2,842,603            2.09%


Notes:
(1) Includes state paid credits.
(2) Tax Aids and Credits from the State of Minnesota were reduced significantly in an attempt to balance the State budget.


Source:            Anoka County Property Tax Division
                   Anoka County Finance and Central Services Division



                                                                          Percentage of Levy Collected in Fiscal Year

                                 100.00%

                                 99.00%

                                 98.00%
            Percentage of Levy




                                 97.00%

                                 96.00%

                                 95.00%

                                 94.00%

                                 93.00%
                                                2000            2001         2002           2003          2004            2005          2006      2007            2008
                                                                                                   Fiscal Year



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                                                                                                                                              Table 10
                                               PROPERTY TAX RATES - DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING GOVERNMENTS
                                                              (PER $1,000 OF TAX CAPACITY)
                                                              LAST TEN ASSESSMENT YEARS


                                                                                               Average rates within each classification
                                     Tax                                             Cities/                   School                      Special
                                     Year                     County               Townships                   Districts                   Districts

                                     2000                     33.015                  31.413                    57.530                      0.973
                                     2001                     30.843                  33.799                    53.073                      0.953
                                     2002                     40.595                  49.787                    30.142                      1.132
                                     2003                     41.137                  47.984                    28.234                      1.371
                                     2004                     38.265                  44.956                    24.421                      1.202
                                     2005                     36.450                  45.453                    22.723                      1.081
                                     2006                     35.184                  43.403                    23.201                      1.190
                                     2007                     33.688                  41.358                    23.511                      1.101
                                     2008                     35.094                  41.267                    22.945                      1.230
                                     2009                     34.969                  41.381                    24.950                      1.299



                               Tax Year 2009
                                 Number of taxing districts                             21                         9                         10
                                 Minimum levy rate                                    18.520                    13.455                      0.457
                                 Maximum levy rate                                    100.910                   36.136                      2.075


                               Note: Special Districts include City Housing and Redevelopment Authority, Hospitals,
                               Watershed Districts, Mosquito Control, Regional Transit and Metropolitan Council


                               Source: Anoka County Property Tax Division



                                                                          Property Tax Rates

                                70


                                60                                                                                             Direct County


                                50
     Per $1,000 Tax Capacity




                                                                                                                               Cities &
                                                                                                                               Townships
                                40

                                                                                                                               School
                                30                                                                                             Districts


                                20
                                                                                                                               Special
                                                                                                                               Districts
                                10


                                 0
                                       2000    2001    2002     2003   2004    2005    2006     2007    2008    2009
                                                                           Years


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                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Table 11
                                                                           ESTIMATED MARKET VALUE, TAXABLE MARKET VALUE AND NET TAX CAPACITY
                                                                                                 LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS
                                                                                                     (In Thousands)




                                                                                                                                                                                             Total Net
                                                            Real Estate Property                                                               Total                                        Tax Capacity
              Residential      Residential     Commercial &                                                                                  Estimated     Total Taxable   Total Net Tax   as a Percentage
 Fiscal       Homestead           Non           Residential       Commercial                          Public                  Personal        Market          Market         Capacity         of Taxable     Total Direct
  Year         Non-AG          Homestead         Seasonal         & Industrial     Agricultural       Utility    Railroad     Property        Value            Value          Value          Market Value     Tax Rate

  1999       $    9,671,527    $     861,307   $     22,165      $   1,832,422     $   280,133    $     23,871   $   20,407   $   182,189   $ 12,894,021   $ 12,678,690    $    200,812        1.58%            33.722
  2000           10,988,739        1,013,334         23,632          2,090,278         318,715          24,025       22,963       181,586     14,663,272     14,233,046         229,458        1.61%            33.015
  2001           12,580,137        1,146,007         25,023          2,277,281         354,050          25,514       23,105       185,841     16,616,958     15,821,628         185,232        1.17%            30.843
  2002           14,857,910        1,443,778         32,074          2,578,060         468,981          26,250       23,758       199,634     19,630,445     18,015,856         209,099        1.16%            40.595
  2003           16,603,375        1,723,837         34,130          2,861,445         470,219          27,411       21,351       203,626     21,945,394     20,534,751         236,617        1.15%            41.137
  2004           18,658,875        2,095,491         37,756          3,062,105         497,539          29,035       21,025       229,708     24,631,534     23,568,243         269,459        1.14%            38.265
  2005           20,869,259        2,313,503         40,539          3,384,495         518,384          31,220       20,253       223,987     27,401,640     26,641,621         302,862        1.14%            36.450
  2006           22,620,038        2,933,814         44,658          3,783,068         565,022          32,289       23,938       222,048     30,224,875     29,567,533         336,349        1.14%            35.184
  2007           23,355,973        3,313,508         48,915          4,253,498         633,287          33,147       24,034       222,519     31,884,881     31,316,413         358,963        1.15%            33.688
  2008           23,136,264        3,433,029         46,359          4,660,143         623,340          34,144       30,322       231,988     32,195,589     31,710,911         367,066        1.16%            35.094




Source: Anoka County Property Tax Division



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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Table 12
                                                                                                                          DEMOGRAPHIC AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS
                                                                                                                                LAST TEN FISCAL YEARS


                                                        Population                                                                                                                         Anoka County
                                                                                 Anoka County                                                                                                                                           Education Level
                                   Mpls.-St. Paul                                                                    Rank in Size                                                                                                         in years of                 School
  Fiscal         State of          Metropolitan                                                    Percent           of Minnesota            Personal            Percent           Per Capita             Percent         Median            Formal                 Enrollment
   Year       Minnesota (3) (7)     Area (1)(3)         Population (1)                            of Change          Counties (7)           Income (2)          of Change          Income (9)            of Change       Age (3)(6)     Schooling (4)(6)          (K thru 12) (5)

  1999           4,775,508           2,578,272               297,776                                2.4%                 4th         $      8,176,000,000         7.0%            $ 27,456.88              4.5%            29.9              12.6                      63,950
  2000           4,919,479           2,642,056               298,084                                0.1%                 4th                8,920,000,000         9.1%                 29,924              9.0%            29.9              12.6                      64,848
  2001           4,972,294           2,674,927               302,271                                1.4%                 4th                9,497,000,000         6.5%                 31,419              5.0%            33.7              13.2                      65,111
  2002           5,019,700           2,708,916               308,171                                2.0%                 4th                9,890,000,000         4.1%                 32,093              2.1%            33.7              13.2                      63,967
  2003           5,088,006           2,740,985               313,197                                1.6%                 4th               10,265,000,000         3.8%                 32,775              2.1%            34.5              13.2                      64,562
  2004           5,145,106           2,771,030               316,830                                1.2%                 4th               10,772,000,000         4.9%                 33,999              3.7%            35.0              13.3                      64,861
  2005           5,205,091           2,810,179               326,393                                3.0%                 4th               11,098,000,000         3.0%                 34,002              0.0%            35.4              13.4                      65,607
  2006           5,231,106           2,821,779               328,614                                0.7%                 4th               11,546,000,000         4.0%                 35,135              3.3%            35.3              13.5                      65,900
  2007           5,263,493           2,849,003               331,246                                0.8%                 4th                    *                   *                  *                     *             35.9              13.2                      63,113
  2008               *                   *                   336,824      *                         1.7%                  *                     *                   *                  *                     *              *                 *                           *




                                   Anoka County Employment (8)                                                                                                                           Unemployment (8)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 State of
                                                                                                                                                 Anoka County                                                   Minnesota                         United States
  Fiscal           Labor              Percent                                                      Percent                                   Percent        Unemployment            Percent            Unemployment       Percent        Unemployment           Percent
   Year            Force             of Change          Employment                                of Change          Unemployment           of Change           Rate               of Change               Rate          of Change           Rate             of Change

   1999           177,766               1.7%                    173,798                              1.5%                    3,968              16.5%             2.2%                   0.3%              2.8%           0.3%               4.2%                          -0.3%
   2000           181,665               2.2%                    176,851                              1.8%                    4,813              21.3%             2.6%                   0.4%              3.3%           0.5%               4.0%                          -0.2%
   2001           187,404               3.2%                    181,126                              2.4%                    6,275              30.4%             3.3%                   0.7%              3.7%           0.4%               4.8%                           0.8%
   2002           189,859               1.3%                    181,617                              0.3%                    8,242              31.3%             4.3%                   1.0%              4.4%           0.7%               5.8%                           1.0%
   2003           189,407              -0.2%                    179,965                             -0.9%                    9,442              14.6%             5.0%                   0.7%              5.0%           0.6%               6.0%                           0.2%
   2004           189,740               0.2%                    181,069                              0.6%                    8,671               -8.2%            4.6%                  -0.4%              4.7%           -0.3%              5.6%                          -0.4%
   2005           193,188               1.8%                    185,844                              2.6%                    7,344              -15.3%            3.8%                  -0.8%              4.0%           -0.7%              5.1%                          -0.5%
   2006           193,461               0.1%                    185,994                              0.1%                    7,467               1.7%             3.9%                   0.1%              4.0%           0.0%               4.6%                          -0.5%
   2007           193,818               0.2%                    185,111                             -0.5%                    8,707              16.6%             4.5%                   0.6%              4.6%           0.6%               4.6%                           0.0%
   2008           191,087              -1.4%                    180,630                             -2.4%                   10,457              20.1%             5.5%                   1.0%              5.5%           0.9%               5.8%                           1.2%


Notes:
                                                                                                                                                                        Unemployment Rates
(1) Source: Metropolitan Council
    (2008 population is an estimate based on past years' growth)                                   7.0%

(2) Source: U. S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
(3) Source: U. S. Census Bureau
                                                                                                   6.0%
(4) Persons 25 years and over. Source: U. S. Census Bureau
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Anoka County
(5) Public schools only
                                                                                                   5.0%
    Source: Minnesota Department of Education
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           State of Minnesota
                                                                              Unemployment Rate




(6) The most recent data available is from the 2000 Census
                                                                                                   4.0%
    Source: U. S. Census Bureau                                                                                                                                                                                                                            United States

(7) Source: State Demographic Center at Minnesota Planning
(8) Annual averages                                                                                3.0%

    Source: Minnesota Workforce Center
(9) Calculation of Personal Income and Population                                                  2.0%



* not available or estimated
                                                                                                   1.0%




                                                                                                   0.0%

                                                                                                              1999         2000          2001            2002    2003            2004           2005          2006        2007        2008

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