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					     TOWNSHIP OF
    UPPER ST. CLAIR
      2010 BUDGET

            2009
  BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

  Charles E. Mertz, Jr. - President
Karen M. McElhinny - Vice President
         Kenneth L. Brown
         Glenn R. Dandoy
         Russell R. Del Re
       Robert W. Orchowski
        Preston W. Shimer


     TOWNSHIP MANAGER
      Matthew R. Serakowski
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                                               TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
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OVERVIEW

    1.    BUDGET MESSAGE ........................................................................................................................ 7
    2.    BUDGET OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................... 21
                 FUND LISTING                                                                                                                  22
                 REVENUES BY FUND                                                                                                              24
                 EXPENDITURES BY FUND                                                                                                          25
                 TOTAL REVENUES BY REVENUE TYPE                                                                                                26
                 TOTAL EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM                                                                                                 27
                 FUND BALANCE HISTORY                                                                                                          30
                 TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE                                                                                             32
                 TOWNSHIP-WIDE ACCOMPLISHMENTS & GOALS                                                                                         33
                 BUDGET SCHEDULE                                                                                                               35
    3.    LONG-TERM PLAN....................................................................................................................... 37
              FIVE YEAR BUDGET PROJECTIONS                                                                                                      37
              COMPREHENSIVE PLAN                                                                                                                43
              CAPITAL PLANNING                                                                                                                  47
              CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM                                                                                                       50
    4.    PUBLIC BUDGET PRESENTATION ........................................................................................... 71

GENERAL FUND

    5.    GENERAL FUND SUMMARY .................................................................................................... 115
                 MAJOR REVENUES                                                                                                               115
                 MAJOR PROGRAMS                                                                                                               119
    6.    GENERAL FUND REVENUE...................................................................................................... 127
                 REAL ESTATE TAXES                                                                                                            127
                 EARNED INCOME TAXES                                                                                                          133
                 OTHER TAXES                                                                                                                  139
                 LICENSES AND PERMITS                                                                                                         145
                 FEES AND FINES                                                                                                               146
                 RENTAL INCOME                                                                                                                147
                 INTEREST INCOME                                                                                                              148
                 SERVICE AGREEMENTS                                                                                                           149
                 RECREATION PROGRAM FEES                                                                                                      150
                 OTHER NON-TAX REVENUE                                                                                                        151
    7.    GENERAL GOVERNMENT........................................................................................................ 153
                 SUMMARY                                                                                                                      153
                 BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS                                                                                                       163
                 ADMINISTRATION                                                                                                               166
                 FINANCE OFFICE                                                                                                               170
                 TAX COLLECTION                                                                                                               173
                 LEGAL SERVICES                                                                                                               175
                 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                                                                                       176
                 CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES                                                                                                    181




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GENERAL FUND (Continued)

    8.     PUBLIC SAFETY ......................................................................................................................... 183
                   SUMMARY                                                                                                                           183
                   POLICE PROTECTION                                                                                                                 189
                   FIRE PROTECTION                                                                                                                   201
                   ANIMAL CONTROL                                                                                                                    207
    9.     COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT................................................................................................ 211
                   PLANNING AND CODE ENFORCEMENT                                                                                                     211
    10. PUBLIC WORKS.......................................................................................................................... 227
                   DEPARTMENT SUMMARY                                                                                                                227
                   ADMINISTRATION                                                                                                                    247
                   ENGINEERING SERVICES                                                                                                              249
                   CIVIC ACTIVITIES                                                                                                                  250
                   SNOW & ICE CONTROL                                                                                                                251
                   STORM SEWER MAINTENANCE                                                                                                           254
                   TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND SAFETY                                                                                                    256
                   STREET MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                258
                   REFUSE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL                                                                                                    260
                   BUILDING MAINTENANCE                                                                                                              262
                   EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                                                                                                             264
                   GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE                                                                                                           266
                   TENNIS COURT MAINTENANCE AND SUPERVISION                                                                                          267
                   PARKS MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                 269
                   FORESTRY                                                                                                                          271
                   SCHOOL GROUNDS MAINTENANCE                                                                                                        273
                   FORCE WORK PROJECTS                                                                                                               274
                   OVERHEAD DISTRIBUTION                                                                                                             275
    11. RECREATION .............................................................................................................................. 277
                   DEPARTMENT SUMMARY                                                                                                                277
                   ADMINISTRATION                                                                                                                    283
                   RECREATION PROGRAMS                                                                                                               293
                   CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES (SEE GENERAL GOVERNMENT)                                                                                305
    12. LIBRARY ...................................................................................................................................... 307
                   LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                                                                                                            307
    13. FRINGE BENEFITS AND INSURANCE .................................................................................... 319
                   DISTRIBUTED OVERHEAD AND FRINGE BENEFITS                                                                                          321
                   DISTRIBUTED INSURANCE                                                                                                             323
                   POST EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS                                                                                                          324
    14. DEBT SERVICE............................................................................................................................ 325
                   DEBT SERVICE                                                                                                                      327
                   DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULES                                                                                                            329
    15. OPERATING TRANSFERS ......................................................................................................... 333




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OTHER FUNDS

    16. SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS ...................................................................................................... 339
                   STATE LIQUID FUELS TAX FUND                                                                                                      339
                   STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENT FUND                                                                                                     343
                   FIELD IMPROVEMENT FUND                                                                                                           347
                   LIBRARY RAD FUND                                                                                                                 351
                   BOYCE MAYVIEW PARK RAD FUND                                                                                                      355
    17. CAPITAL FUND ........................................................................................................................... 359
    18. ENTERPRISE FUNDS.................................................................................................................. 365
                   SANITARY SEWER FUND                                                                                                              365
                   TOWNSHIP/SCHOOL DISTRICT MAGAZINE FUND                                                                                           377
                   BOYCE MAYVIEW COMMUNITY& RECREATION CENTER FUND                                                                                  381
    19. TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS FUNDS ................................................................................. 397
                   TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS FUND                                                                                                     397
                   TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS CAPITAL RESERVE FUND                                                                                     405
    20. SINKING FUNDS.......................................................................................................................... 409

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

    21. BUDGETARY POLICIES ............................................................................................................ 419
                   CHARTER PROVISIONS CONCERNING ANNUAL BUDGET                                                                                      419
                   FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT & BUDGETARY POLICIES                                                                                        425
                   ACCOUNTING MEASUREMENT, ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS & BUDGETARY CONTROL                                                                   431
    22. APPENDIX .................................................................................................................................... 437
                   APPENDIX A – PERSONNEL INFORMATION                                                                                               437
                   APPENDIX B – VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES                                                                                     447
                   APPENDIX C – BACKGROUND & STATISTICAL INFORMATION                                                                                455
                   APPENDIX D – GLOSSARY OF TERMS                                                                                                   463

                                                  2010 BUDGET COLOR CODE
      Associated Programs                              Revenue                Major Other Funds
   General Government                           Real Estate Taxes   Capital Projects Fund
   Public Safety                                Earned Income Taxes Sanitary Sewer Fund
   Community Development                        Other Taxes         Community & Recreation Center Fund
   Public Works                                 Other Revenue
   Recreation
   Library




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     The Township of Upper St. Clair
                           OFFICE OF THE MANAGER



December 7, 2009

Board of Commissioners
Township of Upper St. Clair
1820 McLaughlin Run Road
Upper St. Clair, PA 15241

                                    2010 BUDGET MESSAGE
Dear Members of the Board:

I am pleased to present the 2010 Budget for the Township of Upper St. Clair, which is submitted in accordance
with Article IX, Section 902 of the Home Rule Charter.

Commencing in July 2009, the Township Manager and the Staff initiated the 2010 Budget preparation process.
This document continues to build on the objective implemented in 2008 to develop a more comprehensive and
functional budget following in line with the Township’s Comprehensive Plan (see Long-Term Plan section for
Summary of Plan). In the 2009 Budget, Staff incorporated a budget redesign, budget analysis per department
and a broad-based snapshot including data specific to that department. These changes, I am proud to report,
resulted in the Township and Finance Department receiving the Government Finance Officers Association
(GFOA) Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the first time. In 2010, budget elements of financial
forecasting and benchmarking have been integrated into the document, so as to provide a complete picture of
the Township’s future financial position and ability to compete.

In preparation for the 2010 Budget, the Staff continued with the streamlined, focused approach established last
year through the use of departmental budget worksheets featuring trend analysis and inflation statistics. The
department heads were provided the opportunity to respond with an acknowledgement of the projections or a
justification for a change in a budgetary number. After preparing any changes, Staff met as needed with
individual departments to discuss both their operating and capital budget requests. This process gave us the
ability to only increase the 2010 Operating Budget for the General Fund by 1.68% from the 2009 Budget
and cut overall budget requests by more than one half of a million dollars. While arriving at this point has
not been without its challenges, sound financial action is necessary in 2010 to allow the Township to continue
to provide the level of services and programs into the future the residents have come to expect. One will find
that this Budget acknowledges current economic challenges, the need to maintain fiscal stability by various
means including through those that directly utilize particular programs and services and the need to maintain
critical infrastructure and equipment.

The Board reviewed the Proposed Budget and conducted a Public Hearing on November 2, 2009.
Modifications resulting from the Board's review and public hearing are incorporated into the Final Budget. The
purpose of this message is to highlight important aspects and changes of the Budget. A more detailed analysis
of each budget account can be found in the accompanying text and worksheets.


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BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


                                            BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS
What was Accomplished in 2009

    •   The Board of Commissioners and Staff welcomed the opening of the Community & Recreation Center
        at Boyce Mayview Park in late June of 2009 with total memberships currently on pace with estimates.
        In comparison with similar facilities in Ohio, we are currently on track with respect to solidifying the
        membership base and operations as a whole. The “Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center
        Fund” is used to account for all financial transactions for the C&RC operation and can be found later in
        the document.
    •   The Township was recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the “Top Ten Places to Live in
        the United States.”
    •   The Staff and Board successfully changed remarketing agents with respect to the 2008 variable rate
        bonds resulting in improved marketing and annual savings of $160,000 in 2010. The Township
        refinanced the 2003 fixed rate bonds resulting in an approximate savings of $234,132.
    •   The Fields Complex at Boyce Mayview Park was opened for full usage for various sports.
    •   In addition to receiving the 2009 GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award, the Township was
        awarded for the 22nd consecutive year, the GFOA Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in
        Financial Reporting.

What is New for 2010

    •   Real Estate Taxes are currently set at 4.60 mills, a 1.20 mill increase from 2009. Under the current base
        year assessment system, the assessment base for Real Estate revenues remains flat. The Earned Income
        Tax rate is .8% and is projected at a 1.33% growth rate over the 2009 collections. No increase in Earned
        Income Tax Rate is planned for 2010.
    •   Due to the success of prior year’s Street Improvement Program, the Township was able to reduce the
        Annual Street Improvement Program for the second straight year to $880,000 for 2010.
    •   The Budget incorporates a 10% programmed increase in the introductory rates at the Community &
        Recreation Center at Boyce Mayview Park based on financial projections and information available to
        date. Any change in the rates would not take effect until July of 2010. Staff has examined the proposed
        2010 rate structure and has found that the proposed increase remains competitive within Western
        Pennsylvania market rates.
    •   Minimum Municipal Obligations (MMO) continues to remain stable. Due to the economic conditions in
        2008 and 2009 however, it is anticipated the MMO will increase significantly in 2011.
    •   In the 2010 Budget for the Sanitary Sewer Fund, the sewer rate multiplier has only increased to 2.19
        from 2.15 in 2009 despite the required improvements and maintenance under the 83 community-wide
        EPA Administrative Consent Order.
    •   Although RAD Funding and State Budget cuts for the Library are anticipated for 2010, the Director of
        the Library modified the operations of the Library in 2009 in order to absorb the anticipated funding
        impacts.




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BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


                                      GENERAL FUND REVENUES
Where the Money Comes From
                                                                              Other Revenue,
                                                                                  10.5%
The 2010 major operating revenues include real
estate tax and earned income tax. Other taxes
                                                                   Other Taxes,
include real estate transfer tax, public utilities tax,
                                                                      7.6%
sales & use tax and local services tax. The balance
of operating revenue is comprised of licenses and                                                 Real Estate Tax,
permits, fines, fees, rental & service agreements,                                                     40.8%
investment earnings, recreation fees and other non-
tax revenue.

General Fund revenues are projected to increase
from 2009 Budget amounts of $16,432,448 to                     Earned Income
$18,471,490, or 12.41%. The increase in General                  Tax, 41.1%
Fund revenue is a combination of an increase of
1.20 mills for Real Estate Tax and an estimated
increase in Earned Income Tax collections
compared to 2009 Budget amounts. This increase
has helped to offset the anticipated decreases in
Local Services Tax, Real Estate Transfer Tax and Investment Earnings. For more information on major funding
sources, please refer to the section titled “Major Revenue Sources”.

                                                           2009              2009               2010
                                                          Budget            Estimate           Budget

                       Real Estate Tax                $    5,576,771    $     5,568,490    $    7,531,570
                       Earned Income Tax                   7,370,000          7,495,000         7,595,000
                       Local Services Tax                    300,000            250,000           250,000
                       Real Estate Transfer Tax              900,000            750,000           800,000
                       Public Utilities Tax                   19,000             19,000            19,000
                       Local Option Sales & Use Tax          310,000            335,000           338,000
                       Licenses and Permits                  132,550            133,500           129,800
                       Fees and Fines                        394,700            392,500           405,700
                       Rental Income                          74,450             73,400            82,400
                       Investment Earnings                   125,000             30,000            30,000
                       Service Agreements                    169,817            188,345           172,067
                       Other Non-Tax Revenue                 711,000            711,671           777,853
                       Recreation Fees                       349,160            326,868           340,100

                       Total Revenues                 $   16,432,448    $    16,273,774    $   18,471,490

                       Fund Balance                                -                -                   -

                       Total Major Revenues           $   16,432,448    $    16,273,774    $   18,471,490




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BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


Major Revenue Sources

                                                Percentage        Dollar Value Change     Percentage Change
Revenue Source                                 2010 Budget         from 2009 Budget       from 2009 Budget
Real Estate Tax                                   40.8%                $1,954,799               35.1%

•   Current Real Estate Taxes are projected at 4.60 mills, a 1.20 mill increase from 2009. The current
    assessment base is projected with no growth at the current time. In November 2009, a formal hearing was
    held in Common Pleas Court concerning the reassessment for Allegheny County. The effects of the hearing
    on assessments will not be realized until the 2011 Budget year, at the earliest.

Earned Income Tax                                41.1%                 $225,000                   3.1%

•   Current Earned Income Taxes are projected at about a 1.33% growth rate over 2009 actual collections based
    on conservative economic forecasts for 2010.

Real Estate Transfer Tax                          4.3%                ($100,000)                -11.1%

•   Real Estate Transfer Tax has been projected to decrease based on collection patterns of the last three years
    and current housing market conditions.

Local Services Tax                                1.4%                 ($50,000)                -16.7%

•   The Local Services Tax is levied on all employees who work within the Township at $52 for those earning
    over $12,000. For 2010, Local Services Tax has been decreased by $50,000, which is consistent with 2009
    collection patterns. These effects are due to major employers relocating from the Township.

Local Option Sales & Use Tax                      1.8%                 $28,000                    9.0%

•   Local Option Sales Tax is a shared revenue source with the County of Allegheny and the Allegheny
    Regional Asset District (ARAD) which was enacted by the Pennsylvania State Legislature in December
    1993 and became effective in Allegheny County on July 1, 1994. The Township is budgeting for a $28,000
    increase over 2009 Budget amounts. The Township is included in the RAD budget for $385,000 in 2010 for
    Boyce Mayview Park.

Other Revenue                                    10.5%                 ($18,757)                 -1.0%

•   Taken as a whole, there is a $18,757 decrease projected in this area. This is mainly due to an anticipated
    decrease in investment earnings given the current investment market.




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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


                                 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES
Where the Money Goes by Program

The 2010 operating expenditures will increase slightly from the 2009 budgeted amount of $13,270,190
primarily due to personal
services increases as noted in                                                       Unallocated
                                   OPERATING                                       Insurance Costs,
the following section.
                                EXPENDITURES                         Library, 5.6%      0.5%
Overall, operating
                                                     Recreation &                                   General
expenditures are estimated to
                                                   Leisure Services,                           Government, 10.8%
increase by 1.68%, or
                                                         3.5%
$223,352.
                                              Refuse Collection,
The primary programs of the                         8.5%
Township are Public Safety,
which includes Police, the
Volunteer Fire Department
and Animal Control, and                                                                          Public Safety,
Public Works. These                                                                                 35.8%
                                                                       Public Works,
programs represent 66.4% of                                               30.6%
the Operating Budget.

The remaining difference of
projected revenues over
operating expenses of
$4,618,748 will be used to                                                                         Community
fund the Debt Service Costs                                                                     Development, 4.7%
for 2010 of $1,187,892 and operating transfers of $3,430,856.


                                                           2009              2009             2010
                                                          Budget           Estimate          Budget

                   General Government                 $    1,446,061   $     1,320,971   $    1,458,200
                   Public Safety                           4,639,011         4,498,769        4,825,606
                   Community Development                     675,433           585,761          633,307
                   Public Works                            4,079,910         3,649,306        4,125,932
                   Refuse Collection                       1,128,725         1,116,500        1,143,405
                   Recreation & Leisure Services             473,208           422,661          478,885
                   Library                                   776,437           691,338          761,106
                   Unallocated Insurance Costs                51,405            60,238           67,100

                   Total Operating Expenditures       $   13,270,190   $   12,345,543    $   13,493,541




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BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


Major Program Operating Expenditures

                                                Percentage        Dollar Value Change   Percentage Change
Major Program                                  2010 Budget         from 2009 Budget     from 2009 Budget
General Government                                7.9%                  $12,139               0.8%

•   General Government Appropriations are budgeted at a 0.8% increase. This was achieved by maintaining
    year end 2009 staffing levels and not filling a vacated 2009 budgeted position.

Public Safety                                    26.1%                 $186,595                4.0%

•   Public Safety Appropriations are projected to increase by 4.0% due to increases in personnel costs of the
    Police Department. The arbitration award for 2007 was for a four (4) year term until December 31, 2010
    and gave an annual increase of 3.5% but no increases in pension.

Community Development                             3.4%                 ($42,126)              -6.2%

•   Community Development Appropriations are projected to decrease 6.2% due to the elimination of the
    Planning and Zoning Administrator position that was budgeted for all of 2009.

Public Works                                     22.3%                 $46,022                 1.1%

•   Public Works Appropriations are only projected to increase 1.1% despite increases in personnel costs and an
    increase of 22.9% per ton in salt costs for snow removal. The assignment of Public Works staffing costs to
    the Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund has also impacted the overall Public Works operating budget for 2010.

Refuse Collection                                 6.2%                 $14,680                 1.3%

The Refuse Collection Budget has increased by $14,680 from the 2009 Budget due to a negotiated increase in
the SHACOG refuse contract for 2010.

Recreation & Leisure Services                     2.6%                  $5,677                 1.2%

•   Recreation & Leisure Services Appropriations are projected to increase by 1.2% due to the increase in
    personnel costs and the reassignment of distributed costs from the Information Technology department.

Library                                           4.1%                 ($15,331)              -2.0%

Library Appropriations are projected to decrease 2.0% over 2009 budgeted amounts. This decrease is due to a
reduction in part-time hours in 2009 moving into 2010.




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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


General Fund Operating Expenditures Summarization
General Fund operating expenditures have increased by $223,352 or 1.68% from 2009 Budget amounts. This
has occurred through a combination of the following reasons:

    •   Full-Time non-contractual personnel salary and wages increases are projected at 3%.
    •   The Police Officers Contract has a set hourly wage increase of 3.5%.
    •   The Public Works Contract has a set hourly wage increase of 3.5%.
    •   Health Insurance costs are budgeted to increase by 26%, or $223,496 Township wide.
    •   For 2010, the pension Minimum Municipal Obligations (MMO) for the police is $225,913 and the
        Public Works employees is $134,067. This is a net increase of $7,030 from 2009.
    •   The Workers Compensation gross premium has increased by $21,339 (7.8%). The total premium has
        increased by $105,029 (34.8%) due to an increase of the experience modification factor from 1.101 in
        2009 to 1.377 in 2010.
    •   An increase in salt costs of 22.9% per ton, or an anticipated $55,000 increase in salt costs for 2010.
    •   Public Works maintenance and supplies increased due to the increase in costs to maintain the municipal
        buildings as well as the municipal fleet.

The 2010 Budget will maintain the General Fund Balance at a level necessary for the Township to maintain its
AA+ Bond Rating.


Major Program Non-Operating Expenditures

                                                Percentage        Dollar Value Change   Percentage Change
Major Program                                  2010 Budget         from 2009 Budget     from 2009 Budget
Debt Service Payments                             6.4%                  ($70,870)             -5.6%

•   The 2010 Debt Service Appropriations are based on the Debt Service Payment Schedules for the 2006,
    2007, 2008 and the 2009 General Obligation Bond Issues, which refunded the remaining portion of the 2003
    General Obligation Bonds in December of 2009.

Operating Transfers                              18.6%                $1,527,360              80.2%

•   The 2010 General Fund Budget allocates a $602,901 transfer to the Capital Projects Fund to help finance
    major capital items, a transfer of $587,066 to the Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund to fund park activities
    not covered by the RAD Grant and a transfer of $2,240,889 to the Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund for
    payment of the debt service incurred through the 2008 General Obligation Bonds issued to finance the
    construction of the C&RC as well as an appropriation for C&RC operations.




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Where the Money Goes by Core Service Type
The Township has always prided itself with the core services it provides to the residents. The foundation of
excellence in services is originates in the Township employees.

                                            Dollar Value    Percentage
                             Percentage     Change from    Change from
Core Service                2010 Budget     2009 Budget    2009 Budget
Personal Services              48.1%          $216,503        2.5%
                                                                                                   Contracted
                                                                                                    Services
The 2010 General Fund Budget reflects 48.1%                                                          18.1%
in personal services, or $8,878,121, and 29.2% of that total              Personal
is obligated contractually. This is an increase from                      Services                        Commodities
the 2009 budgeted amounts of $216,503, or 2.5%.                            48.1%                             7.7%
There are a variety of factors that contributed to the
increase in personal services, some of which include                                                Operating
increases in contractual and non-contractual wages,                                                 Transfers
                                                                                         Debt
medical insurance and workers compensation premiums.                                    Service
                                                                                                     18.6%
                                                                                        & Other
                                                                                         7.5%
Contractual Services           18.1%          $38,726           1.2%

Contractual services on the whole saw an increase of $38,726, or
1.2% from 2009 budgeted amounts.

Commodities                     7.7%          -$21,579       -1.5%

Commodities have remained stable for the 2010 Budget, with the only significant increase in Salt & Chemicals
for Snow and Ice Removal.

Operating Transfers            18.6%         $1,527,360      80.2%

In the 2010 Budget, Operating Transfers account for 18.6%, or $3,430,856 of the total Budget. This is an
increase of 80.2% from the 2009 Budget, mainly due to the full operation of Boyce Mayview Park, which
includes the C&RC. The transfers to the C&RC Fund and Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund include personal
services of other supporting departments. A detail of the operating transfers is as follows:

Capital Projects Fund                            $    602,901
Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund                           587,066
Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund (Operating)                 1,100,282
Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund (Debt)                     1,140,607
Total Operating Transfers                        $ 3,430,856

Debt Service & Other            7.5%          $278,032       -7.3%

Debt service payments remain stable from year end 2009 and total $1,187,892 for 2010. The category of
“Other” is distributed costs to and from other departments.

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Other Expenditure Considerations

•    Staffing Levels and Compensation - The overall staffing level of the Township for 2010 along with salary
     and wage ranges has been shown in each individual department’s budget and the Appendix section of the
     2010 Budget. Compensation levels for the operating budget have been set at rates established by either
     contract, arbitration or by ranges established by the Board of Commissioners.

•    Fringe Benefits – Fringe Benefits have been budgeted at contractually or actuarially established rates in all
     categories. Medical insurance was budgeted to grow at a rate of 26% over 2009. While non-represented
     employees pay a portion of their respective healthcare premiums, the two major represented labor forces
     (Police and Public Works) currently do not. Life insurance and long term disability premiums have
     remained the same due to no increase in both the life insurance factor and the long term disability factor.

     Pension Minimum Municipal Obligations for the police and public works employees have been actuarially
     determined for 2010 to be $225,913 and $134,067, respectively. Also, fringe benefits are being distributed
     to each department by actual category except for the Public Works Department, which allocates costs on
     actual time spent on various functions within the Department.


                                      MAJOR ENTERPRISE FUNDS
Sanitary Sewer Fund
The sewer user fee multiplier rate has been set at 2.19 from 2.15 in 2009 with an assumed collection rate of
94.4% from historical collection data from Pennsylvania American Water Company. Effective January 1, 2010,
ALCOSAN will increase sewer processing rates by 7%. The projected net assets at the end of 2010 are
$2,576,684.

               Projected Revenues                                               Projected Expenditures
     Other                                                           Distributed                      Personal
                                                                    Costs, $64,779                    Services,
    Revenue,
                                                                                                      $264,891
    $84,500
                                                         Commodities,
                                                           $39,100
                                                                             Debt Service,
                                                                              $871,946




                                                                                                   Sewer
                     Sewer                              Other           Corrective               Processing
                     Rents-                           Contractual       Action Plan,                Fees,
                                                       Services,         $600,000                $2,449,721
                    Current,                           $189,450
                   $4,468,614




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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center (C&RC) Fund

Projected Revenues                                                                                       Other
                                                                                                       Revenue,
•   Membership Revenue: Membership revenue is                                                           $47,000
    based on collection patterns for July and August
    2009, with a growth rate of 48 annual memberships
    per month for all of 2010. For the 2010 budget, a                  Gen Fund
    10% increase in annual membership rates is projected             Debt Service
    to take effect in July 2010, which will yield                    Appropriation,
    approximately $96,000 in additional revenue                       $1,140,607                 Membership
    compared with 2009 introductory rates.                                                        Revenue,
                                                                                                 $1,611,344
•   General Fund Appropriations: For 2010, the
    General Fund will appropriate $1,140,607 for debt
    service costs associated with the construction of the
    C&RC building. The General Fund will also
    contribute $1,100,282 in additional funds to support                  Gen Fund
                                                                          Operating
    the operations of the C&RC.                                         Appropriation,
•   Other Revenue: Daily admissions and program                          $1,100,282
    revenue have been estimated at $105,000 and
    $220,000 respectively, for 2010.                                                                         Program
•   Total Memberships: Total annual memberships are                                                          Revenue,
                                                                                           Facility          $220,000
    projected to reach 2,180 by the budgeted year end
                                                                                          Revenue,
    2010. The total percentage of memberships is                                          $60,600
    estimated to be 80% Residents and 20% Non-
    Residents.
     Distributed
                                                         Projected Expenditures
       Costs,
      $257,415                                           •     Personal Services: Due to Allegheny County
                                                               stipulations, American Red Cross National Standards
                                                               and pool design, estimated lifeguard and pool safety
                                                               costs are higher than anticipated in pre-construction
                                                               studies.
         Debt Service,                   Personal        •     Contractual Services: Utility expenditures are
          $1,140,607                     Services,             estimated to increase by more than $61,000 from
                                        $1,755,648             2009 full year estimates. In order to mitigate utility
                                                               costs, Staff is investigating utility co-operatives to
                                                               reduce costs by aggregating gas and electric charges.
                                                               Additionally, a $50,000 increase in estimated
                                                               expenditures for custodial services and maintenance
                         Contractual
                                                               staff is expected compared to pre-construction
                          Services,                            studies.
                          $862,863                       •     Other Expenditures: Distributed costs include
                                                               Information Technology costs and depreciation costs
    Commodities,                                               on all equipment. Debt service costs remain stable in
      $161,800                                                 2010 and will be covered by an appropriation from
                                                               the General Fund.
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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


                                       CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND
Annual Street Improvement Program

                                                 2007              2008               2009               2010
       Funding Source                           Actual            Actual            Estimate            Budget

       Liquid Fuels Fund             $               442,000 $      490,000 $              460,000 $       443,000
       General/Capital Project Funds                 649,000        641,456                419,500         437,000

       TOTAL                                $       1,091,000 $    1,131,456 $             879,500 $       880,000

The Township recognizes the benefits of well-maintained streets and is committed to a regular schedule of
street repairs. Approximately $21,000,000 has been spent during the past twenty years. The Township receives
many favorable comments regarding the condition of Township streets and roadways, and Staff recommends
that the paving program be maintained at its current level for 2010.

Capital Projects Fund
                Projected Revenues                                          Projected Expenditures
                                                                                                           IT Equipment
                                                                                                            & Software,
                                                                                                              $74,700
                                                                                                                   Police Vehicles
                                                                                                                    & Equipment,
                                                                                 Other Capital
                                                                                                                      $100,000
                                                                                 Expenditures,
                                                                                   $185,500
                                                                                                           Building
                                                                                                         Renovations,
                                     Transfe rs &                                                         $102,000
        Fund Balance ,                  Othe r
          $629,799                    Re ve nue,
                                      $627,401                             Annual Street
                                                                             Program,            PW Vehicles &
                                                                             $437,000             Equipment,
                                                                                                   $358,000




For the last two years, Staff has predicated the annual 5 Year Capital Improvement Program on a priority
funding basis. When analyzing the 2010 priority funding for capital improvements, Staff found that $190,500
in capital expenditures could be eliminated for the 2010 Budget. The Capital Projects Fund will be evenly
funded by an operating transfer from the General Fund and the Fund Balance, which is estimated to be
$300,000 at the end of 2010 from $929,799 in 2009. This action should be viewed as a one time funding
solution for Township capital expenditures and future Boards should be cognizant of this matter.


Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                    17                                        2010 Adopted Budget
                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


                                MAJOR SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund

                                                  2007             2008           2009             2010
        Funding Source                           Actual           Actual        Estimate          Budget
        RAD Funding                          $     499,902   $      500,000   $     419,000   $     385,000
        General Fund
        Appropriation                        $         -     $       30,602   $    557,375    $     587,066

Upon the recommendation of the Allegheny Regional Asset District (ARAD), Staff began to show the
expenditures that are matching the RAD grant in this Special Revenue Fund; therefore, the General Fund
Appropriation for the RAD operating transfer has increased $387,463 from 2009 budgeted amounts. For 2010,
the General Fund appropriation is projected at $587,066.

RAD funding for 2010 has been decreased by $34,000 to $385,000, which includes $185,000 for operating
costs and $200,000 for capital expenditures. Operating costs include personnel costs from the Public Works,
Recreation and Police departments as well as utility and maintenance costs for the park. For 2010, capital
expenditures requests include trail maps and brochures, signage, as well as other small park amenities.
Additionally, capital requests include funding for a perimeter trail extension and soil and erosion control for the
northern tributary portion of the park.

                                            LOOKING FORWARD
The Township Administration will continue to evaluate each department on an ongoing basis, to insure that
each has adequate financial and human resources to perform mandated and desired services to the community.
The Staff continues to seek alternative funding sources for projects while effectively managing expenses.
Conservative fiscal management is essential as the Township considers future assumptions including:

•   The Community & Recreation Center at Boyce Mayview Park: To meet its underlying premise of covering
    operational expenses over revenues at 75% the Township must continue to analyze its operation. The
    financial models all provided for a growth period of a minimum of three years with the expectation for
    supplemental support along the way. As with preparation of the 2010 Budget, focus must be given to
    C&RC’s operation and known financial patterns. Future historical data will assist in establishing the
    appropriate rates while continuing to allow for the provision of other services the community has come to
    expect.

•   Earlier this year the Pennsylvania Supreme Court found the county-wide real estate tax base year
    assessment unconstitutional and has ordered a mandatory reassessment of the entire County. The impact of
    this ruling on future budget development will not be realized until 2011, at the earliest.

•   RAD continues to support various Township services including General Government, Library and Boyce
    Mayview Park. While sales tax receipts are projected slightly above 2009 levels, funding commitments to
    the Library (through ACLA) and Boyce Mayview Park are anticipated to drop.


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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


•   The requirement under GASB Statement No. 45, is for the Township to recognize its legal liability for other
    post employment benefits (OPEB), such as the healthcare benefits for retired police officers that were
    granted through arbitration. This liability will continue to have an impact on future bond ratings and
    budgets. Budget projections show OPEB contributions increasing by $200,000+ annually.

•   The Sanitary Sewer Consent Order and Boyce Mayview Park development, including the Community &
    Recreation Center, trails and field construction are major projects which the Board has funded from the
    recent bond issues. Debt Service payments from these projects will continue to influence future budgets.

•   The current Police Officers’ labor agreement expires at the end of 2010. Labor negotiations will commence
    in 2010.

•   The Public Works labor agreement expires at the end of 2012 and contains an annual 3.5% increase in
    wages.

•   Salt costs were anticipated to increase significantly going into the 2010 Budget. As noted last year in the
    2009 Budget the Township’s current vendor did not accept option years 2010 and 2011 due to increases in
    energy related costs. Under the recently approved contract, those costs did not rise at the levels that were
    being experienced by other governmental units. The Township’s participation in the SHACOG salt
    purchasing consortium tempered this impact.

The aforementioned assumptions are further detailed under the “Long-Term Plan” section of the budget.

                                                 CONCLUSION
As with previous budgets, the 2010 Proposed Budget represents a judicious spending plan for Township
operations in the coming year. The Staff continues to gauge economic conditions to maintain quality service
levels while living within the financial means of our tax base. Furthermore budget recommendations reflect the
underlying financial premise that those who use the service or program pay for such service accordingly. As
was reported last year new revenues are likely to be required to meet the ever-increasing public demands.

While our current tax base remains virtually flat, the Township continues to provide essential services in a cost
effective manner. As a service driven organization it is people that provide the benefit. Balancing those
demands and high expectations comes at a cost. The Staff is continually challenged to minimize expenditures
in the shadow of expressed community needs and desires including expanded programs with an emphasis that
has been and continues to be on Boyce Mayview Park. I urge the community to continue to convey their
desires with a consideration of the costs to finance those services. The Staff will continue to vigorously
scrutinize spending with the objective of meeting the 2010 Proposed Budget targets. Maintaining current
service levels including infrastructure repair, will continue to be the priority to promote the health, safety and
welfare of Township residents.




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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BUDGET MESSAGE                                OFFICE OF THE MANAGER


A number of Board priorities from 2009 will carry over into 2010 including the development of a Commercial
Properties Development Study for McLaughlin Run Corridor, development of the Gilfillan Farm/Park Plan, and
construction of the Veterans Monument. Other initiatives include the continued implementation of
neighborhood specific traffic calming measures and the pursuit of a pedestrian/bike link to the Montour Trail.
These are further expounded upon within the document and will be revisited by the new Board in 2010 and
forward.

This message is intended only to provide a general overview of the Budget and its progression over the next
several years. Please refer to the budget text to provide additional detail on planned expenditures. Special
appreciation is extended to August Stache and Andrew McCreery for their roles in developing the budget draft,
and to Diana Pifer and Deborah Bakowski for their efforts in preparing the finished document.

Respectfully submitted,




Matthew R. Serakowski
Township Manager




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                20                                 2010 Adopted Budget
                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
ALL FUNDS                                       BUDGET OVERVIEW


BUDGET OVERVIEW

The Township of Upper St. Clair is a municipal government located in Allegheny County in Western Pennsylvania.
Upper St. Clair students attend schools in the Upper St. Clair School District. The Township, the School District,
the County and the State of Pennsylvania are separate entities with separate taxing authority. Each governmental
unit is responsible for specific service provisions and law enforcement to Upper St. Clair residents.

The 2010 Township of Upper St. Clair Budget provides budgets for thirteen separate funds. Using the principles of
fund accounting, funds are created by state constitution, state statute, local charter, administrative staff or local
ordinance and are a separate accounting entity. The operations of each fund are accounted for by providing a
separate set of self-balancing accounts, which comprises its assets, liabilities, fund equity, revenues and
expenditures. The compartmentalization of resources, transactions and statements is needed to assure that specific
revenue sources will be used to finance specific activities. Funds can have transactions with other funds within the
governmental unit. Funds can be continuous or can be closed out after their special purpose has been served. For a
detailed listing of all Township funds, please refer to the following page.

The Township's primary sources of revenue are Real Estate Tax (24.54%), Earned Income and Net Profits Tax
(24.75%), Sewer User Fees (14.56%) and C&RC Memberships & Recreation Program Fees (7.42%), which
account for 71.27% of the Township's revenues. Additional revenue is derived from other taxes, licenses, permits,
fees, fines, rental income, interest, service agreements, recreation fees, and other non-tax revenue, such as grants.

The Township’s major program expenditures include Public Works Functions (17.32%), Public Safety
(15.72%), and Recreation & Leisure Services, including the C&RC operating costs, (14.63%), which account
for 47.67% of the Township’s expenditures. Other major programs include General Government, Community
Development, Sanitary Sewer Processing (ALCOSAN), Refuse Collection, Annual Road Program, Library, Debt
Service and Capital Improvements. For more information concerning each program, please refer to the
corresponding sections of the 2010 Adopted Budget.

The Township of Upper St. Clair provides its residents with a full range of services. A brief listing of Township
services includes:

    •   Police and Fire Protection
    •   Emergency Medical Services through Tri-Community South EMS
    •   Maintenance and repair of streets, sanitary sewers and storm sewers
    •   Maintenance of Boyce Mayview Park and other neighborhood parks
    •   Winter snow and ice removal on state and local roads within the Township
    •   Refuse and Recycling Collection Services
    •   Enforcement of building codes and zoning ordinances
    •   A variety of recreation and leisure services for all age groups
    •   Full-service and adult and childrens’ library
    •   Public access television




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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
FUND LISTING                                    BUDGET OVERVIEW


GENERAL FUND

The General Fund is the primary operating fund for the Township. The fund is supported by taxes, fees, and other
revenues that may be used for any lawful purpose. This is the principal fund of the Township and includes all
operations not required by law or policy to be recorded in other funds.

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS

A fund established to account for revenues that are legally restricted to expenditure for specific purposes.

10 – State Liquid Fuels Tax Fund
State law requires a separate fund for the accounting of Liquid Fuels Tax monies. Revenues for this fund are
derived from the State gasoline tax. This fund provides additional resources to finance the annual street program.

12 – Storm Sewer Improvement Fund
This fund is used to account for storm sewer improvement fees paid by developers and monies expended for storm
water management projects. This fund is required by local ordinance.

13 – Field Improvement Fund
This fund is used to account for the user fees and donations from the Upper St. Clair Athletic Association and the
Township appropriations made for the renovation of existing ball fields and building of new ones.

14 – Library Regional Asset District (RAD) Fund
This fund is used to account for all revenues received from the Regional Asset District that have been allocated to
the Township to maintain and improve the Municipal Library.

52 – Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund
This fund is used to account for all revenues received from the Regional Asset District that have been allocated to
the Township to maintain and improve Boyce Mayview Regional Park.


CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS

Capital project funds provide capital outlays other than those from special assessment and proprietary funds, i.e.,
Enterprise Funds.

40 – Capital Projects Fund
This fund is used to account for the acquisition or construction of capital equipment and other projects. The
primary funding source for these projects is an annual operating transfer from the General Fund.




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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
FUND LISTING                                    BUDGET OVERVIEW


ENTERPRISE FUNDS

A fund which accounts for operations financed and operated in the government in a manner similar to private
business. The cost of providing the goods or services is financed primarily through user charges.

50 – Sanitary Sewer Fund
This enterprise fund is used to account for all revenues and expenditures associated with operation of the
Township's sanitary sewer system. Both routine Sewer Maintenance and Corrective Action Plan expenses are
accounted for in this fund.

51 – Township/School District Magazine Fund
This enterprise fund is used to account for all revenues and expenditures associated with operation of the
Township's Magazine publication. The magazine is published four times a year, and the revenues generated from
advertising fees cover all costs of publication.

53 – Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center Fund
This fund is used to account for all revenues and expenditures for the operation of the Township’s Community
Recreation Center (C&RC) located in Boyce Mayview Regional Park. Debt service payments for the construction
of the C&RC are accounted for in this fund.


TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES FUNDS

90 – Tri-Community South Emergency Medical Services Fund
This fund is jointly operated by the Township of Upper St. Clair, the Township of South Park and the Municipality
of Bethel Park. Operating revenues are provided by annual subscriptions, subscriber and non-subscriber medical
charges, third party billings and non-emergency transport fees.

91 – Tri-Community South EMS Capital Reserve Fund
This fund was established in 1987 to account for the acquisition of major capital purchases including ambulances,
radios and other equipment. It will be funded by an annual budget allocation from the Tri-Community South
Emergency Medical Services Fund.


SINKING FUND

State law requires sinking funds for the repayment of principal and interest of local debt. Funds must be transferred
from the General Fund to the Sinking Fund, which makes the payments to the debt holder. Presently, the Township
operates four sinking funds: the 2006 General Obligation Bond Issue, the 2007 General Obligation Bond Issue, the
2008 General Obligation Bond Issue and the 2009 General Obligation Bond Issue.




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                                                                   2010 OVERALL BUDGET SUMMARY
                                                                          REVENUES BY FUND


                           GENERAL      LIQUID      STORM      FIELD IMP      RAD        RAD       CAP         SANITARY     MAG        C&RC
     Category               FUND        FUELS       SEWER        FUND       LIBRARY     PARKS      PROJ         SEWER       FUND       FUND        TOTALS        %

     Real Estate Taxes      7,531,570         -          -            -           -          -            -          -           -          -       7,531,570    24.54%

     Earned Income Taxes    7,595,000         -          -            -           -          -            -          -           -          -       7,595,000    24.75%

     Other Taxes            1,407,000         -          -            -           -          -            -          -           -          -       1,407,000     4.58%

     Sewer User Fees              -           -          -            -           -          -            -     4,468,614        -          -       4,468,614    14.56%

     Licenses & Permits      129,800          -        5,000          -           -          -            -          -           -          -        134,800      0.44%

     Fees & Fines            405,700          -          -         20,000         -        2,500          -       25,000        150         -        453,350      1.48%

     Interest & Rent         112,400        2,500      2,000        1,000         -          -       20,000       15,000         -        1,500      154,400      0.50%

     Service Agreements      172,067          -          -            -           -          -        4,500          -           -          -        176,567      0.58%
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     Non-Tax Revenue         777,853      441,530        -            -       218,504    385,000          -       44,500     201,050        -       2,068,437     6.74%

     Recreation Fees         340,100          -          -            -           -          -            -          -           -     1,937,444    2,277,544     7.42%

     Fund Balance                 -           -       25,000      249,000      55,680        -      629,799          -           -          -        959,479      3.13%

     Operating Transfers          -           -          -         30,000         -      587,066    602,901          -           -     1,100,282    2,320,248     7.56%

     Non-Operating
     Transfers                    -           -          -            -           -          -            -          -           -     1,140,607    1,140,607     3.72%

     Totals                18,471,490     444,030     32,000      300,000     274,184    974,566   1,257,200    4,553,114    201,200   4,179,833   30,687,616   100.00%
                                                                   2010 OVERALL BUDGET SUMMARY
                                                                        EXPENDITURES BY FUND


                           GENERAL      LIQUID      STORM      FIELD IMP      RAD        RAD       CAP         SANITARY     MAG        C&RC
     Category               FUND        FUELS       SEWER        FUND       LIBRARY     PARKS      PROJ         SEWER       FUND       FUND        TOTALS        %

     General Government     1,525,300         -          -            -           -          -            -           -      188,543        -       1,713,843     5.58%

     Public Safety          4,825,606         -          -            -           -          -            -           -          -          -       4,825,606    15.72%

     Community Dev           633,307          -          -            -           -          -            -           -          -          -        633,307      2.06%

     Public Works           4,125,932         -       32,000          -           -          -            -     1,158,220        -          -       5,316,152    17.32%

     ALCOSAN Payments             -           -          -            -           -          -            -     2,449,721        -          -       2,449,721     7.98%

     Refuse Collection      1,143,405         -          -            -           -          -            -           -          -          -       1,143,405     3.73%

     Annual Road Program          -       443,000        -            -           -          -      437,000           -          -          -        880,000      2.87%

     Recreation              478,885          -          -            -           -      972,066          -           -          -     3,037,726    4,488,676    14.63%
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     Library                 761,106          -          -            -       274,184        -            -           -          -          -       1,035,290     3.37%

     Debt Service           1,187,892         -          -            -           -          -            -       603,510        -      774,721     2,566,123     8.36%

     Capital Improvement          -           -          -        300,000         -          -      790,200           -          -          -       1,090,200     3.55%

     Operating Transfers    3,430,856         -          -            -           -          -       30,000           -          -          -       3,460,856    11.28%

     Fund Balance            359,201        1,030        -            -           -        2,500          -       341,663     12,657    367,386     1,084,437     3.53%

     TOTALS                18,471,490     444,030     32,000      300,000     274,184    974,566   1,257,200    4,553,114    201,200   4,179,833   30,687,616   100.00%
TOTAL REVENUES                              TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BY REVENUE TYPE                                 BUDGET OVERVIEW



                                                 2007              2008          2009           2009             2010
                                                Actual            Actual        Budget        Estimate          Budget

Township Taxes

    Real Estate Taxes                         $ 4,224,465    $ 4,320,622      $ 5,576,771    $ 5,568,490     $ 7,531,570
    Earned Income Taxes                         7,209,380      7,436,388        7,370,000      7,495,000       7,595,000
    Other Taxes                                 1,611,121      1,427,387        1,529,000      1,354,000       1,407,000
                   Total Township Taxes        13,044,966     13,184,397       14,475,771     14,417,490      16,533,570

Township Fees
  Sewer User Fees                                3,106,307        3,154,921      4,246,922      4,034,916        4,468,614
  Recreation Fees                                  392,786          458,502      2,136,297      1,092,047        2,277,544
  Magazine Advertising Fees                        181,679          192,363        200,050        200,550          201,050
  Fees & Fines                                     410,155          438,075        443,200        439,650          453,350
                  Total Township Fees            4,090,927        4,243,861      7,026,469      5,767,163        7,400,558

Township Grant Revenue
  State Pension Grant                              396,537          401,301        460,000        404,886          440,000
  Library State Grant                              103,222          110,942        110,000         98,773           70,545
  Library RAD/RUR Grants                           228,370          237,871        246,670        238,305          218,504
  Boyce Mayview Park RAD Grant                     499,902          500,000        419,000        419,000          385,000
  Other Grants                                      62,780          401,013        118,000        287,596           29,000
         Total Township Grant Revenue            1,290,811        1,651,127      1,353,670      1,448,560        1,143,049

Township Non-Tax Revenue
  State Liquid Fuels Tax Allocation                432,939          474,685        458,515        458,159          441,530
  Licenses & Permits                               127,409          132,856        142,550        136,000          134,800
  Interest & Rent                                  361,393          234,953        281,550        134,500          154,400
  Service Agreements                               261,498          173,249        174,317        192,845          176,567
  Other Revenue                                    402,944          318,271        162,000        245,826          282,808
      Total Township Non-Tax Revenue             1,586,183        1,334,014      1,218,932      1,167,330        1,190,105

Township Transfers
  Transfers from Other Funds                     1,975,866        1,414,305      1,933,496      2,688,099        3,460,855
              Total Township Transfers           1,975,866        1,414,305      1,933,496      2,688,099        3,460,855

Township Fund Balance
  Transfers from Fund Balance                     138,230         1,340,158      1,111,532      1,307,629          959,479
         Total Township Fund Balance              138,230         1,340,158      1,111,532      1,307,629          959,479
Total Township Revenue                        $ 22,126,983   $ 23,167,862     $ 27,119,870   $ 26,796,271    $ 30,687,616




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TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BY PROGRAM                                      BUDGET OVERVIEW



                                                   2007            2008           2009            2009              2010
                                                  Actual          Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

General Government Expenditures

    Personal Services                         $ 1,079,644    $ 1,256,570     $ 1,194,225    $ 1,043,732        $ 1,217,990
    Contractual Services                          855,230        671,081         719,925        704,937            742,500
    Commodities                                    38,188         55,237          49,250         41,426             54,000
    Distributed Costs                            (218,292)      (222,105)       (286,934)      (236,943)          (300,647)
    Capital Projects                              217,338        268,899         207,000        117,500            204,200
Total General Government Expenditures         $ 1,972,108    $ 2,029,682     $ 1,883,466    $ 1,670,652        $ 1,918,043

Fund(s): General Fund, Capital Projects Fund, Township/School District Magazine Fund

                                                   2007            2008           2009            2009              2010
                                                  Actual          Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

Public Safety Expenditures

    Personal Services                         $ 3,976,977    $ 3,952,993     $ 4,070,592    $ 4,024,669        $ 4,282,840
    Contractual Services                          347,796        397,872         428,765        383,004            403,934
    Commodities                                    56,657         57,117          75,470         76,575             76,375
    Distributed Costs                              82,885         54,295          64,184         14,521             62,457
    Capital Projects                              356,001        481,354         165,400        112,210            187,500
Total Public Safety Expenditures              $ 4,820,316    $ 4,943,631     $ 4,804,411    $ 4,610,979        $ 5,013,106

Fund(s): General Fund, Capital Projects Fund

                                                   2007            2008           2009            2009              2010
                                                  Actual          Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

Comm. Development Expenditures

    Personal Services                         $    454,405   $     434,960   $    539,519   $     464,421      $     497,076
    Contractual Services                            47,796          51,510         57,300          57,788             75,800
    Commodities                                      8,008           8,081          8,725           4,400              8,750
    Distributed Costs                               42,020          43,848         69,889          59,152             51,681
    Capital Projects                                18,160           9,733         28,500          27,900             15,500
Total Comm. Development Expenditures          $    570,389   $     548,132   $    703,933   $     613,661      $     648,807

Fund(s): General Fund, Capital Projects Fund




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TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BY PROGRAM                                      BUDGET OVERVIEW



                                                   2007            2008           2009            2009              2010
                                                  Actual          Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

Public Works Expenditures

    Personal Services                         $ 2,266,124    $ 2,523,580     $ 2,411,764    $ 2,264,870        $ 2,438,953
    Contractual Services                          952,069        906,597       1,019,801        952,243          1,070,056
    Commodities                                   825,969      1,007,166       1,156,813        910,063          1,139,320
    Distributed Costs                              60,337         25,407          49,921         35,159             37,823
    Refuse Collection                             830,474        806,042       1,128,725      1,116,500          1,143,405
    ALCOSAN Payments                            1,822,416      1,969,947       2,312,113      2,258,879          2,449,721
    Capital Projects                            1,889,820      1,960,786       2,044,500      1,066,473          2,168,000
Total Public Works Expenditures               $ 8,647,209    $ 9,199,525     $ 10,123,637   $ 8,604,187        $ 10,447,278

Fund(s): General Fund, State Liquid Fuels Tax Fund, Storm Sewer Improvement Fund,
Field Improvement Fund, Capital Projects Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund

                                                   2007            2008           2009            2009              2010
                                                  Actual          Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

Recreation Expenditures

    Personal Services                         $    376,928   $     449,008   $ 1,881,681    $ 1,677,476        $ 2,407,683
    Contractual Services                           234,549         265,046       791,348        849,550          1,177,463
    Commodities                                     59,995          70,104       214,315        322,135            310,225
    Distributed Costs                               24,449          45,501       113,382        184,298            343,305
    Capital Projects                               466,137         866,919       234,000      1,019,730            275,000
Total Recreation Expenditures                 $ 1,162,058    $ 1,696,578     $ 3,234,726    $ 4,053,189        $ 4,513,676

Fund(s): General Fund, Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund, Capital Projects Fund, Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund

                                                   2007            2008           2009            2009              2010
                                                  Actual          Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

Library Expenditures

    Personal Services                         $    722,969   $     733,030   $    833,079   $     737,211      $     813,142
    Contractual Services                            19,472          22,727         23,110          18,728             20,930
    Commodities                                    169,482         192,595        201,110         176,822            182,500
    Distributed Costs                               43,146          30,057         18,113          15,045             18,718
    Capital Projects                                29,957          35,009            -               -                  -
Total Library Expenditures                    $    985,026   $ 1,013,418     $ 1,075,412    $     947,806      $ 1,035,290

Fund(s): General Fund, Library RAD Fund, Capital Projects Fund




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                    28                                            2010 Adopted Budget
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                          TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BY PROGRAM                                      BUDGET OVERVIEW



                                                 2007              2008        2009           2009             2010
                                                Actual            Actual      Budget        Estimate          Budget

Debt Service Expenditures

    Contractual Services                      $ 1,458,226    $ 2,166,514    $ 2,653,668    $ 2,870,592     $ 2,566,123
Total Debt Service Expenditures               $ 1,458,226    $ 2,166,514    $ 2,653,668    $ 2,870,592     $ 2,566,123

Fund(s): General Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund, Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund

                                                 2007              2008        2009           2009             2010
                                                Actual            Actual      Budget        Estimate          Budget

Operating Transfers Expenditures

    Contractual Services                      $ 1,867,084    $ 1,414,305    $ 1,933,496    $ 2,667,429     $ 3,460,856
    Transfers to Fund Balance                     644,567        156,077        707,121        757,776       1,084,437
Total Operating Transfers Expenditures        $ 2,511,651    $ 1,570,382    $ 2,640,617    $ 3,425,205     $ 4,545,293

Fund(s): General Fund, Capital Projects Fund
Total Township Expenditures                   $ 22,126,983   $ 23,167,863   $ 27,119,870   $ 26,796,271    $ 30,687,616




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FUND BALANCE                                TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
HISTORY                                         BUDGET OVERVIEW


TOWNSHIP MAJOR FUNDS – CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE

                                                     2007                 2008              2009               2009             2010
          GENERAL FUND                              Actual               Actual            Budget            Estimate          Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                          $ 3,062,893            $ 3,219,765     $ 3,227,082       $ 3,227,082       $ 3,227,082
Total Revenues                                    15,237,284             15,298,515      16,432,448        16,273,774        18,471,490
Total Expenditures                               (15,080,412)           (15,291,198)    (16,432,448)      (16,273,774)      (18,112,289)
Ending Fund Balance                             $ 3,219,765            $ 3,227,082     $ 3,227,082       $ 3,227,082       $ 3,586,283

Analysis: 11.1% Increase in Fund Balance
Discussion: The General Fund is projected to increase by $359,201, due primarily to the increase in Real Estate
Taxes. At the end of 2010, the projected fund balance increase could be used for an additional operating
transfer to the Capital Projects Fund to replenish the Fund Balance which is projected to be at its lowest point in
the last fifteen years.(See Below)

                                                     2007                 2008              2009               2009             2010
 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND                              Actual               Actual            Budget            Estimate          Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                          $ 2,627,522            $ 2,628,309     $ 1,760,517       $ 1,760,517       $      929,799
Total Revenues                                     1,617,932                893,903         336,573           692,611             627,401
Total Expenditures                                (1,617,145)            (1,761,695)     (1,155,400)       (1,523,329)         (1,257,200)

Ending Fund Balance                             $ 2,628,309            $ 1,760,517     $     941,690     $     929,799     $     300,000

Analysis: 67.7% Decrease in Fund Balance
Discussion: The projected decrease in Fund Balance for the Capital Projects Fund is due to a one time decision
to use all but $300,000 of available funds for capital expenditures in 2010.

                                                     2007                 2008              2009               2009             2010
   SANITARY SEWER FUND                              Actual               Actual            Budget            Estimate          Budget

Beginning Net Assets                            $     537,647          $ (1,564,114)   $ 2,919,775       $ 2,919,775       $ 2,956,328

Operating Revenue                                    3,263,687            3,255,368         4,335,922         4,109,730         4,538,114
Operating Expenses                                  (2,911,024)          (3,079,773)       (3,470,502)       (2,770,908)       (3,607,941)
 Operating Income (Loss)                               352,663              175,595           865,420         1,338,822           930,173

Non-Operating Revenue                                  54,799               27,264            30,000            10,000            15,000
Non-Operating Expenses                               (543,032)            (641,683)         (634,432)         (670,962)         (603,510)
 Total Non-Operating Revenues (Expenses)             (488,233)            (614,419)         (604,432)         (660,962)         (588,510)

Change in Net Assets                                 (135,570)            (438,824)          260,988           677,860           341,663

Capital Contribution                                (1,966,191)          5,483,623                -                -                 -
 Less: Depreciation - Sewer Lines                          -              (560,910)               -           (641,307)         (721,307)
Ending Net Assets                               $ (1,564,114)          $ 2,919,775     $ 3,180,763       $ 2,956,328       $ 2,576,684

Analysis: 12.8% Decrease in Net Assets
Discussion: The projected decrease in Net Assets for the Sanitary Sewer Fund is primarily due to the
depreciation of the Township sewer lines. In 2010, the Township has budgeted $600,000 for the corrective
action plan to be spent from the Sanitary Sewer Fund.
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FUND BALANCE                                TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
HISTORY                                         BUDGET OVERVIEW


                                                     2007                2008          2009           2009             2010
              C&RC FUND                             Actual              Actual        Budget        Estimate          Budget

Beginning Net Assets                            $        -          $    400,000    $ 1,806,606    $ 1,806,606    $ 1,031,521

Operating Revenue                                    400,000             500,000      2,124,660      1,009,471         3,037,726
Operating Expenses                                       -               (65,623)    (2,095,415)    (1,879,711)       (3,037,726)
 Operating Income (Loss)                             400,000             434,377         29,245       (870,240)              -

Non-Operating Revenue                                    -                   -        1,150,297      1,320,321        1,142,107
Non-Operating Expenses                                   -              (358,862)      (760,474)      (908,828)        (774,721)
 Total Non-Operating Revenues (Expenses)                 -              (358,862)       389,823        411,493          367,386

Change in Net Assets                                 400,000              75,515        419,068       (458,747)         367,386

Capital Contribution                                     -              1,331,091           -              -                -
 Less: Depreciation - CRC Building                       -                    -             -         (316,338)        (632,675)
Ending Net Assets                               $    400,000        $ 1,806,606     $ 2,225,674    $ 1,031,521    $     766,232

Analysis: 25.7% Decrease in Net Assets
Discussion: The projected decrease in Net Assets for the Community & Recreation Center Fund is due to a full
year of depreciation on the facility.




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                      31                                          2010 Adopted Budget
ORGANIZATIONAL                              TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
STRUCTURE                                       BUDGET OVERVIEW


TOWNSHIP ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Township of Upper St. Clair for
2010 are as follows:



                                                     Citizens
                                                Board of Commissioners
                                                   Elected Officials

                          Township Boards and
                             Commissions

                                                         Appoints



        Township Attorney                         Township Manager                       Township Engineer
   Irving S. Firman, (Retained)                  Matthew R. Serakowski               Ruthann L. Omer, (Retained)

                                                         Appoints


            Executive Asst-Office of the Manager
                       Cynthia Kane

                                    Assistant Township Manager/Dir. of Administration
                                                   Mark S. Mansfield


                     Director of Finance
                  August G. Stache, Jr., CPA                         Director of Information Technology
                                                                                Barbara Hull
                         Chief of Police
                        Ronald J. Pardini                                     Director of Library
                                                                               Helen Palascak
          Dir. of Planning & Comm. Development
                        Scott Brilhart                               Dir. of Recreation & Leisure Services
                                                                                Paul Besterman
                   Director of Public Works
                       F. Kyle Robinson


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TOWNSHIP GOALS                              TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
& ACCOMPLISHMENTS                               BUDGET OVERVIEW


SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF 2009

    •   The newly constructed Community & Recreation Center (C&RC) at Boyce Mayview Park was opened to
        residents and members at the Grand Opening of the facility held on June 20, 2009.
    •   Completed construction of the turning lane and road widening of Mayview Road at the entrance of Boyce
        Mayview Park prior to the opening of the C&RC.
    •   Completed C&RC telecommunications with the Township’s main administration building.
    •   Continued to implement and manage the executed EPA Sanitary Sewer Administrative Consent Order as
        submitted to the Allegheny County Health Department and the Department of Environmental Protection.
    •   Continued to enhance the budget process to allow for more input from the Board of Commissioners and
        create a more reader friendly document.
    •   Installed new Recreation software to incorporate C&RC operations, installed laptops in all police patrol
        vehicles and installed new audiovisual equipment in the Board of Commissioners’ Meeting Room.
    •   Received the Certificate of Achievement Award for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the year ended
        December 31, 2008 from the Government Finance Officers Association of America and Canada.
    •   Received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for 2009 from the Government Finance Officers
        Association of America and Canada.
    •   Completed a successful Deer Culling Program through the USDA for 2009.
    •   Conducted the ninth Citizens’ Police Academy for the Community.
    •   Adopted a Township-wide Traffic Calming Policy. A traffic calming plan for Clairmont Drive and Truxton
        Drive was implemented for 2009, which consisted of installing a series of speed humps along both
        roadways.
    •   Completed Phase 2 of the McLaughlin Run Corridor Study with the assistance of a planning consultant.
    •   Completed an expansion of the Morton Road Complex Parking Lot and constructed sidewalks along Cook
        School Road from Taper Drive to Fox Chase Drive as well as Taper Drive to McMillan Road with Public
        Works Department workforce.
    •   Further Developed and Implemented through various Township departments, a Township sidewalk plan
        that links all neighborhood parks of the Township.
    •   Developed a systematic method for Library collection development based on usage and turnover rates, and
        relative use of shelf space.
    •   Maintained all library service levels with a 10% reduction of staff hours.




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TOWNSHIP GOALS                              TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
& ACCOMPLISHMENTS                               BUDGET OVERVIEW


MAJOR GOALS FOR 2010

    •   Strive to meet the C&RC underlying premise of covering 75% of the operational expenses with the revenue
        generated from membership fees and program revenue.
    •   To continue implementing the EPA Sanitary Sewer Administrative Consent Order for the Township’s
        sanitary sewer system and the NPDES Stormwater Phase II program.
    •   Continue to seek additional funding sources and complete construction of the Boyce Mayview Park
        Perimeter trail.
    •   To continue to participate in the GFOA CAFR Award and the Distinguished Budget Award Programs.
    •   To negotiate a new collective bargaining agreement with the Upper St. Clair Police Association.
    •   To negotiate new contracts for insurance broker and auditing services that will be provided for the years
        2010 through 2012.
    •   To conduct the tenth Citizens’ Police Academy for the Community.
    •   To continue to implement the 2005 Comprehensive Plan (see the updated Comprehensive Plan Summary
        for the percentage of completion of the Plan in the Long Term Planning Section of this document).
    •   To assist the Regional Environmental Education Center Corporation in obtaining all necessary private
        funding to sustain the Center at Boyce Mayview Park.
    •   To implement projected $385,000 funding from RAD for Boyce Mayview Park.
    •   To create an Overlay designation for the McLaughlin Run Corridor to establish uniform development
        standards such as landscaping, buffer yards, lighting, and signage.
    •   To pursue development of a plan for a community wide gateway and way finding system.
    •   Investigate the cost effectiveness of the salt brine wetting system and expand it if the pilot program is
        successful.
    •   To expand on the Public Works computerized system and Internet links for a more effective operation.
    •   To construct Phase III of the Cook School Road Sidewalk (Taper Drive to Winchester Drive)
    •   To plan and conduct three intergenerational library programs and to develop of a program to provide library
        services to home-bound residents through the use of volunteers to deliver and pick-up materials.
    •   To complete a study involving Township staff and the community for the space needs of the Library.




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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BUDGET SCHEDULE                                 BUDGET OVERVIEW


    DATE                               ACTION                                     RESPONSIBILITY

    July 24, 2009                      Budget Worksheets to                       Director of Finance
                                       Department Heads

    July 31, 2009                      Budget Questionnaires to                   Township Manager
                                       Board of Commissioners

    August 14, 2009                    Return of Budget Questionnaires to         Board of Commissioners
                                       Township Manager

    August 14, 2009                    Return of Budget Worksheets and            Department Directors
                                       Narrative to Director of Finance

    September 21, 2009                 Review Session with Budget and             Budget and Finance
    (5:00 PM)                          Finance Committee prior to Public          Committee/Township
                                       Advertisement of the Manager’s             Manager/Director of
                                       Proposed Budget                            Finance

    September 28, 2009                 Review Session with Budget and             Budget and Finance
    (5:00 PM)                          Finance Committee prior to Public          Committee/Township
                                       Advertisement of the Manager’s             Manager/Director of
                                       Proposed Budget                            Finance

    September 28, 2009                 Establish Public Hearing Date              Board of Commissioners

    October 8, 2009                    Submit advertisement of Proposed           Director of Finance
                                       Budget Public Hearing to
                                       Newspaper for publication on
                                       October 15, 2009

    October 15, 2009                   Advertisement of Availability              Director of Finance
                                       2010 Proposed Budget for Public
                                       Inspection (copies to be displayed
                                       In Reception Area and Library
                                       On October 19, 2009)

    October 16, 2009                   Submit Administration Budget               Township Manager/
                                       Proposal to Board of Commissioners         Director of Finance

    October 19, 2009                   Review Manager’s Proposed Budget           Budget and Finance
    (5:00 PM)                          and the most recent Financial Statements   Committee/Township
                                       With the Budget and Finance Committee      Manager/Director of
                                                                                  Finance



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                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
BUDGET SCHEDULE                                 BUDGET OVERVIEW

    November 2, 2009                   Public Hearing                          Board of Commissioners

    November 23, 2009                  Review Manager’s Proposed Budget        Budget and Finance
    (7:00 PM)                          With the Budget and Finance Committee   Committee/Township
                                                                               Manager/Director of
                                                                               Finance

    December 7, 2009                   Adopt Budget (By Ordinance)             Board of Commissioners

    December 9, 2009                   Advertise Adopted Ordinance             Township Manager
                                       Enter Budget on Books                   Director of Finance




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FIVE YEAR                                    TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
PROJECTION                                       LONG-TERM PLAN


FIVE YEAR PROJECTION OVERVIEW

The Five Year Projection for all Township Funds is a tool in which the Board of Commissioners and Township
Staff can monitor potential funding impacts in future years. Beginning with the 2010 Budget process,
corresponding millage increases were included in the analysis. The assumptions used for 2011-2014 are
separated by Governmental Funds, the Sanitary Sewer Fund and the Community & Recreation Center (C&RC)
Fund.


                              Five Year Operating and Capital Budget Projections
                                           For All Township Funds

Governmental Funds                                   2010              2011             2012             2013             2014
  Revenues
   Real Estate Tax-1% growth                     $    7,531,570    $    7,606,886   $    7,682,955   $    7,759,784   $    7,837,382
   Earned Income Tax-3.5% growth                      7,595,000         7,860,825        8,135,954        8,420,712        8,715,437
   Real Estate Transfer Tax-3% growth                   800,000           828,000          856,980          886,974          918,018
   Local Option Sales Tax-5% growth                     338,000           307,447          310,557          320,403          335,000
   Local Services Tax-estimate # employees              250,000           252,000          254,000          256,000          258,000
   Other Revenue-4% growth                            3,260,654         3,391,080        3,526,723        3,667,792        3,814,504
   Fund Balance-governmental funds used                 584,090                 -                -                -                -
   Funds needed-Real Estate Taxes                             -         $662,785         $927,218         $928,670          $818,735
  Total Governmental Fund Revenues               $20,359,314       $20,909,023      $21,694,386      $22,240,335      $22,697,077


  Real Estate Millage Increase                            0.00              0.41             0.58             0.58             0.51

  Expenditures
   General Government-2.5% growth                    $1,713,844        $1,756,690       $1,800,607       $1,845,623       $1,891,763
   Public Safety-3.5%-1yrs. & 3%-3yrs.                4,825,607         4,994,503        5,144,338        5,298,668        5,457,629
   Community Development-2.5% growth                    633,307           649,140          665,368          682,002          699,052
   Public Works-3% growth                             4,157,931         4,282,669        4,411,149        4,543,483        4,679,788
   Refuse Collection-3.5% growth                      1,143,405         1,183,424        1,224,844        1,267,714        1,312,084
   Annual Street Program                                880,000         1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000
   Regular Capital Improvements-estimate              1,090,200           800,000          900,000        1,000,000        1,000,000
   Recreation-3 % growth                              1,450,950         1,494,479        1,539,313        1,585,492        1,633,057
   Library-2.5% growth                                1,035,289         1,061,171        1,087,701        1,114,893        1,142,765
   Operating Transfer-C&RC Agreed                     1,784,047         1,811,135        1,829,316        1,847,997        1,867,192
   Operating Transfer-C&RC Deficit                      456,842           425,813          441,750          404,463          363,747
   OPEB Allocation                                          -                   -          200,000          200,000          200,000
   Debt Service-General Fund                          1,187,892         1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000
  Total Governmental Fund Expenditures           $20,359,314       $20,909,023      $21,694,386      $22,240,335      $22,697,077




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FIVE YEAR                                   TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
PROJECTION                                      LONG-TERM PLAN


                            Five Year Operating and Capital Budget Projections
                                         For All Township Funds

Sanitary Sewer Fund                                2010              2011         2012         2013            2014

  Sewer Fund Revenues                             4,553,114         4,788,665    5,036,110    5,301,561       5,586,405

   ALCOSAN Payments-8% growth                      2,449,721         2,645,699    2,857,355    3,085,943        3,332,818
   Township Sewer Costs-3% growth                  1,158,220         1,192,967    1,228,756    1,265,618        1,303,587
   Debt Service-Consent Order                        945,173           950,000      950,000      950,000          950,000
  Total Sanitary Sewer Fund Expenditures          4,553,114         4,788,665    5,036,110    5,301,561       5,586,405

C&RC Fund
   C&RC Revenue-10%,2010 & 5% growth               1,937,444         2,034,316    2,136,032    2,242,834        2,354,975
   Operating Transfer-C&RC                         1,784,047         1,811,135    1,829,316    1,847,997        1,867,192
   Operating Transfer-Deficit                        456,842           425,813      441,750      404,463          363,747
  Total CRC Fund Revenues                         4,178,333         4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293       4,585,914

   C&RC 75% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate       2,394,286         2,460,129    2,527,782    2,597,296        2,668,722
   C&RC 25% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate         643,440           661,135      679,316      697,997          717,192
   Debt Service-CRC                                1,140,607         1,150,000    1,150,000    1,150,000        1,150,000
   C&RC Capital Costs                                      -                 -       50,000       50,000           50,000
  Total Expenditures                              4,178,333         4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293       4,585,914


FIVE YEAR PROJECTION ASSUMPTIONS

Governmental Funds Revenues
   • Current real estate taxes at 4.60 mills with future collections based on a rate of increase at 1.0%
      annually. The rate of increase has been based on the last five years of assessment growth.
   • Earned income taxes are projected at a 3.5% growth rate and the growth rate is based on last 5 years of
      collection patterns.
   • Real estate transfer taxes are projected at a 3% growth rate and the rate is based on current housing
      market conditions.
   • Local option sales taxes (RAD) are projected at a 5% growth rate and the growth rate is based on last 5
      years of collection patterns.
   • Local services taxes are projected on a 40 employee increase per year.
   • Other revenue is projected to grow at 4.0% and the growth rate is based on last 5 years of collection
      patterns.
   • Fund Balance -The 2010 Budget projects this amount to be spent from the 2009 Governmental Fund
      Balances. This will still leave the General Fund Balance within a range to maintain its favorable bond
      rating.
   • Funds needed for future years - A combination of revenue increases or expenditure reductions for 2011
      to 2014. This is the amount needed to balance each year’s budget either through rising of taxes and
      other revenue sources or expenditure reductions. This area has been shaded on the worksheet.



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FIVE YEAR                                   TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
PROJECTION                                      LONG-TERM PLAN


FIVE YEAR PROJECTION ASSUMPTIONS (Continued)

Governmental Funds Expenditures

    •   General Government expenditures are projected to grow at a rate of 2.5% based on the last five years
        data.
    •   Public Safety expenditures are projected to grow at rate of 3.5% in 2011 and grow at a rate of 3% in
        2012 through 2014 based on the recent arbitration and assumption that there will be retirements of
        certain police officers after 2010.
    •   Community Development expenditures are projected to grow at a rate of 2.5% based on the last five
        years data.
    •   Public Works expenditures are projected to grow at a rate of 3% based on the last five years data.
    •   Commerce refuse collection expenditures have been projected on increases that have been seen in recent
        bidding processes for these services plus an inflation rate of 3.5%.
    •   Annual Street Program expenditures are projected based on the Capital Improvement Program.
    •   Recreation expenditures are projected to grow at a rate of 3% based on the last five years data.
    •   Library expenditures are projected to grow at a rate of 2.5% based on the last five years data.
    •   Debt Service payments (actual schedule) include the scheduled payments the 2006 Bond Issue, the 2007
        Bond Issue, the estimated debt service in the variable 2008 Bond Issue and the 2009 Bond Issue.
    •   Other Post Employment Benefits (OPEB) is based on an actuarial study from Mockenhaupt Associates
        with no growth rate.

Sanitary Sewer Fund Revenues & Expenditures

    •   Sanitary Sewer multiplier will be adjusted to covered the increased in expenditures
    •   ALCOSAN expenditures have been based an annual 8% increase in spending for the EPA Consent
        Order.
    •   Debt Service-Consent Order - Based on the actual debt service schedules of the Sanitary Sewer portion
        of the 2006 Bond Issue, the 2007 Bond Issue, the estimated debt service in the variable 2008 Bond Issue
        and the 2009 Bond Issue.
    •   Township sewer costs are projected to grow at 3% based on the last five years data.

Community & Recreation Center Fund Revenues & Expenditures

    •   Fees and other revenues have been projected at 5% increases annually and based on an 80% resident and
        20% non-resident ratio of the membership base.
    •   The regular General Fund Operating Transfer for the C&RC covers 25% of the annual operating costs
        and the debt service costs for the Center.
    •   The General Fund Operating Transfer for the C&RC-Deficit covers the deficit that exists between the
        remaining 75% of operating costs offset by the operating revenues of Center.
    •   The operating costs of the C&RC are projected to grow at 2.75%.
    •    The debt service costs for the Center are based on the estimated debt service in the variable 2008 Bond
        Issue.
    •   Capital costs have been estimated for years of 2012 through 2014.


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COMPREHENSIVE                               TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
PLAN                                            LONG-TERM PLAN


                                  TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
                                COMPREHENSIVE PLAN FOR 2005-2014
The Township's Comprehensive Plan, which is updated every ten years, consists of goals and objectives for the
community over the next decade.

In the Fall of 2004, a Quality of Life Survey was mailed to each household in the Township. The survey gave
residents an opportunity to voice opinions on a number of issues such as traffic, parks, open space, recreation
and development, to generally have a role in the future of Upper St. Clair. The Department of Planning and
Community Development, with the assistance of Environmental Planning and Design (EPD), has worked
extensively to gather necessary information and feedback from the Quality of Life Survey results, existing
Township documentation, public meetings, etc. in order to create a plan that will be efficient and effective over
the next ten years.

On June 5, 2006, the Board of Commissioners took action to adopt the 2005 Comprehensive Plan along with the
Official Map of the Township. An Executive Summary of the 2005 Comprehensive Plan is available online at
http://www.twpusc.org/comdev/planning/plan2005.pdf.

Copies of the Plan are available within the Township's Community Development Office, Administrative Office
and Library for public viewing. There are hard copies and CD's of the Plan for sale at the Department of
Planning and Community Development.

Although some long term goals are shared among Township departments, a summary of these goals has been
created and linked to the most appropriate Township departments. The recap is catalogued below. Please refer
to the specific department sections of the General Fund Budget for status updates.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING DEPARTMENT

    •   Encourage re-development of the Consol site to expand business opportunities along the Township’s
        regional corridor.
    •   Determine the potential development capacity and accessibility of the northwestern Boyce-Washington
        Road intersection for non-residential development.
    •   Prepare a Conceptual or Specific Area Plan for the McLaughlin Run Corridor to identify future
        development / redevelopment strategies, pedestrian connection additions and site improvements.
    •   Create an Overlay designation for the McLaughlin Run Corridor to establish uniform development
        standards such as landscaping, buffer yards, lighting, and signage.
    •   Develop provisions to encourage and permit additional opportunities in constructing a variety of housing
        products.
    •   Enable the future development of remaining undeveloped large land tracts for a mixture of residential
        and non-residential land uses.
    •   Develop a community wide gateway and way finding system. Incorporate signage related to the
        community’s historic and natural resources into the Township’s overall way finding system.
    •   Evaluate the suitability of and promote best management practices through the completion of additional
        storm water management improvements.


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COMPREHENSIVE                               TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
PLAN                                            LONG-TERM PLAN


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING DEPARTMENT (Continued)

    •   Construct transportation improvements at McLaughlin Run Road / McMillan Road / Lesnett Road.
    •   Explore the feasibility and benefits of incorporating traffic calming policies into development.
    •   Prioritize sidewalk / bikeway segments and produce a time schedule for their construction.
    •   Construct the Northern Loop of the Township’s pedestrian network.
    •   Construct the Western Loop of the Township’s pedestrian network.
    •   Coordinate with South Fayette Township, the Pittsburgh Industrial Railroad, PA DCNR, the SPC and
        the foundation community regarding opportunities to connect to Township Western Loop with future
        regional trail projects.

                                                    ____________

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

    •   Explore the possibilities of creating a Township comprehensive park, recreation and open space plan.
    •   Continue with the implementation of the four athletic fields and the active recreational area development
        in Boyce Mayview Park in accordance with the Park's Master Plan.
    •   Complete improvements of the EPA Consent Order and, as appropriate, in conjunction with surrounding
        municipalities.
    •   Evaluate and permit additional stormwater management techniques, such as pervious surface treatments,
        and other best management practices, to minimize impacts of future flooding throughout the Township.

                                                    ____________

RECREATION DEPARTMENT

    •   Continue to study the feasibility of the Community & Recreation Center with the Township.
    •   Assess the diversity of the Township recreational and leisure programs and identify program
        opportunities that maintain participation among youth, family and senior groups.
    •   Continue to collaborate with the Upper St. Clair School District to expand joint opportunities for
        cultural, recreation and educational programming.

                                                    ____________

LIBRARY

    •   Deliver exceptional library service to enhance the quality of life for all residents.




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CAPITAL PLANNING                                                LONG-TERM PLAN


CAPITAL PLANNING OVERVIEW

In accordance with the Township of Upper St. Clair Code, Staff creates a Five-Year Capital Improvement
Program (CIP) outlining anticipated capital assets and capital projects for a five year period. A capital asset is
considered an asset of considerable value that has a useful life of several years. A capital project is considered
to be a project of considerable cost that will benefit the Township for future years. After the Board of
Commissioners has approved the CIP, a Resolution is passed to update the Township’s Capital Improvement
Plan.
Beginning in 2008, Staff began to enhance the CIP by color coding the CIP according to asset or project
priority. The color coding is broken into four categories: Priority for Current Year, Priority Assignment Under
Review (Current Year), Priority in Future Year(s) and Priority Subject to Funding Availability (Future Years).
The creation of the color coding system has enhanced the capital planning for current Budgets. For the current
CIP, please refer to the 2010-2014 Capital Improvement Program beginning on the next page.


2010 BUDGETED CAPITAL ASSETS & CAPITAL PROJECTS


                                                          2010 Budgeted Capital Assets & Capital Projects
                                                                  Summary By Funding Source

                                                  Capital         Liquid         Storm            Field     BM Park           Sanitary         2008                         Total
                                                  Projects        Fuels          Sewer     Improvement          RAD            Sewer           Bond           C&RC          Capital
                                                   Fund           Fund           Fund             Fund          Fund           Fund           Issue*          Fund           Items
Capital Assets
 Public Works Trucks                          $     265,000   $        -     $       -        $       -     $       -     $         -     $           -   $       -     $    265,000
 Public Works Equipment                              93,000            -             -                -             -               -                 -           -           93,000
 Police Vehicles                                     70,000            -             -                -             -               -                 -           -           70,000
 Police Equipment                                    30,000            -             -                -             -               -                 -           -           30,000
 Volunteer Fire Department Rescue Truck              50,000            -             -                -             -               -                 -           -           50,000
 Information Technology Equipment                    74,700            -             -                -             -             1,300               -           -           76,000
 Cable 7 Television Equipment                        15,000            -             -                -             -               -                 -           -           15,000
 Administration Office Equipment                     12,500            -             -                -             -               -                 -           -           12,500
 Community Development Office Equipment               2,000            -             -                -             -               -                 -           -            2,000
Capital Projects
 Annual Street Program                              437,000        443,000           -                -             -               -                 -           -          880,000
 Building Renovations                               102,000            -             -                -             -               -                 -           -          102,000
 Storm Sewer Projects                                   -              -          30,000              -             -               -                 -           -           30,000
 Field Renovation Projects                              -              -             -            300,000           -               -                 -           -          300,000
 Perimeter Trail Construction                           -              -             -                -          75,000             -                 -           -           75,000
 Park Improvements                                   25,000            -             -                -         125,000             -                 -           -          150,000
 Sanitary Sewer Consent Order Project                   -              -             -                -             -           600,000       1,100,000           -         1,700,000
 Community & Recreation Center Equipment                -              -             -                -             -               -                 -       479,320        479,320

                        Total Capital Items   $ 1,176,200     $    443,000   $    30,000      $   300,000   $   200,000   $     601,300   $ 1,100,000     $   479,320   $ 4,329,820

* The Township of Upper St. Clair 2008 Bond Issue is not included in the 2010 Budget.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                                                49                                                               2010 Adopted Budget
 TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR

         PROPOSED

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM


          2010 - 2014
                             Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                               Table of Contents

Schedules                                                                     Page

Summary by Major Category                                                      1
 Accompanying Chart                                                            2
Summary by Funding Source                                                      3
 Accompanying Chart                                                            4
Comparison of Current Plan to Previous 5 Year Plan                             5
Schedule No. 1
 Capital Equipment                                                             6-9
Schedule No. 2
 Street Improvement Program                                                    10
Schedule No. 3
 Storm Sewer Projects                                                          11
Schedule No. 4
 Park Resurfacing Projects                                                     12
Schedule No. 5
 Public Building & Park Improvements                                           13
Schedule No. 6
 Sanitary Sewer Projects                                                       14
Schedule No. 7
 Community Recreation Center                                                  15-16
Schedule No. 8
 Refuse and Recycling Automation Program                                       17
Schedule No. 9
 Police Vehicle Replacement Schedule                                           18
Schedule No. 10
 Other Funding Sources Detail                                                  19
                                        Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                      Summary By Major Category


                                         2010             2011                   2012            2013             2014             Totals

Capital Equipment
(Schedule No. 1-Pages 6 thru 9)     $     977,200     $     636,500      $        520,500   $     658,500    $    1,043,500    $    3,836,200

Street Improvement Program
(Schedule No. 2-Page 10)                 1,671,500        1,717,500           1,760,500          1,750,000        1,650,000         8,549,500

Storm Sewer Projects
(Schedule No. 3-Page 11)                  750,000           650,000               550,000         550,000          550,000          3,050,000

Park Resurfacing Projects
(Schedule No. 4-Page 12)                  160,000           120,000                90,000         120,000          120,000           610,000

Public Bldg. & Park Improvements
(Schedule No. 5-Page 13)                  504,500           369,500           3,485,500          5,812,500        1,337,500        11,509,500

Sanitary Sewer Projects
(Schedule No. 6-Page 14)                 2,876,300          625,000          13,155,000         13,038,200       13,025,000        42,719,500

Community Recreation Center
(Schedule No. 7-Pages 15 thru 16)         521,745           136,075                96,250          96,725          156,355          1,007,150

Refuse and Recycling Automation
(Schedule No. 8-Page 17)                 1,225,000               -                      -               -                -          1,225,000

Total Current 5 Year Plan           $    8,686,245    $   4,254,575      $   19,657,750     $   22,025,925   $   17,882,355    $   72,506,850

Previous 5 Year Plan                $   15,447,700    $   9,113,300      $    5,155,000     $   20,454,500   $   20,867,500    $   71,038,000

Difference in 5 Year Plans          $   (6,761,455)   $   (4,858,725)    $   14,502,750     $    1,571,425   $   (2,985,145)   $    1,468,850


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Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
          Summary By Major Category




 Capital Equipment                           Street Improvement Program
 Storm Sewer Projects                        Park Resurfacing Projects
 Public Bldg. & Park Improvements            Sanitary Sewer Projects
 Community Recreation Center                 Refuse & Recycling Automation




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                                                 Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                              Summary By Funding Source


                                                         State        Storm Sewer       Sanitary     Community           Capital           Other
                                        Totals        Liquid Fuels    Improvement        Sewer       Rec Center          Projects         Sources

Capital Equipment
(Schedule No. 1-Pages 6 thru 9)     $    3,836,200    $         -     $       -     $          -     $         -     $    3,836,200   $             -

Street Improvement Program
(Schedule No. 2-Page 10)                 8,549,500        2,250,000           -                -               -          6,299,500                 -

Storm Sewer Projects
(Schedule No. 3-Page 11)                 3,050,000              -         250,000              -               -                -          2,800,000

Park Resurfacing Projects
(Schedule No. 4-Page 12)                  610,000               -             -                -               -            610,000                 -

Public Bldg. & Park Improvements
(Schedule No. 5-Page 13)                11,509,500              -             -                -               -          1,209,500       10,300,000

Sanitary Sewer Projects
(Schedule No. 6-Page 14)                42,719,500              -             -          3,269,500             -                -         39,450,000

Community Recreation Center
(Schedule No. 7-Pages 15 thru 16)        1,007,150              -             -                -         1,007,150              -                   -

Refuse and Recycling Automation
(Schedule No. 8-Page 17)                 1,225,000              -             -                -               -            725,000         500,000

Total Current 5 Year Plan           $   72,506,850    $   2,250,000   $   250,000   $    3,269,500   $   1,007,150   $   12,680,200   $   53,050,000




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Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
          Summary By Funding Source




State Liquid Fuels Fund                Storm Sewer Fund
Sanitary Sewer Fund                    Capital Projects Fund
Community Recreation Center            Other Sources




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                             Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                          Expenditure By Major Category
                                  Comparison of Current Plan to Previous 5 Year Plan


                                          Previous       % of          Current         % of          Difference
                                            Plan         Total          Plan           Total          of Plans

Capital Equipment
(Schedule No. 1-Pages 6 thru 9)       $     4,223,200      5.94%   $     3,836,200       5.29%   $       (387,000)

Street Improvement Program
(Schedule No. 2-Page 10)                    8,979,500     12.64%         8,549,500      11.79%           (430,000)

Storm Sewer Projects
(Schedule No. 3-Page 11)                    2,650,000      3.73%         3,050,000       4.21%            400,000

Park Resurfacing Projects
(Schedule No. 4-Page 12)                      600,000      0.84%          610,000        0.84%             10,000

Public Bldg. & Park Improvements
(Schedule No. 5-Page 13)                   21,290,300     29.97%        11,509,500      15.87%          (9,780,800)

Sanitary Sewer Projects
(Schedule No. 6-Page 14)                   33,295,000     46.87%        42,719,500      58.92%           9,424,500

Community Recreation Center
(Schedule No. 7-Pages 15 thru 16)                    -     0.00%         1,007,150       1.39%           1,007,150

Refuse and Recycling Automation
(Schedule No. 8-Page 17)                             -     0.00%         1,225,000       1.69%           1,225,000

Totals of Each 5 Year Plan            $    71,038,000    100.00%   $    72,506,850     100.00%   $       1,468,850


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                                             Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                               Detail of Capital Equipment Purchases by Department
                                                                   Schedule No. 1

                                                             2010               2011                 2012                      2013                2014                Totals

PUBLIC WORKS

 Utility Trucks
  # 906 Ford Pick-Up Utility                     2001   $          -        $        50,000     $            -          $            -        $           -        $       50,000
  # 912 Ford Pick-Up Utility                     2001              -                 40,000                  -                       -                    -                40,000
  # 925 Ford Pick-Up Utility                     2006              -                    -                    -                    50,000                  -                50,000
  # 928 Ford Pick-Up Utility                     2006              -                    -                    -                    50,000                  -                50,000
  # 902 Ford F-550                               2007              -                    -                    -                       -                 70,000              70,000
  # 908 Ford F-550                               2003           70,000                  -                    -                       -                    -                70,000
  # 914 Ford F-550                               2003           70,000                  -                    -                       -                    -                70,000
  # 916 Ford F-550                               2003           70,000                  -                    -                       -                    -                70,000
  # 918 Ford F-550                               2008              -                    -                    -                       -                 70,000              70,000
  # 926 Ford F-550                               2008              -                    -                    -                       -                 70,000              70,000

 Dump Trucks
  # 901 Int’l Dump                               2001              -                125,000                 -                        -                    -               125,000
  # 903 Int’l Dump                               2004              -                    -                   -                        -                130,000             130,000
  # 904 Int’l Dump                               2001          125,000                  -                   -                        -                    -               125,000
  # 907 Int’l Dump                               2002              -                    -               125,000                      -                    -               125,000
  # 910 Int’l Dump                               2002              -                    -                   -                    125,000                  -               125,000
                            Subtotal: Trucks            $      335,000      $       215,000     $       125,000         $        225,000      $       340,000      $    1,240,000

 Other Vehicles
  # 917 CAT Wheel Loader                         2003   $          -        $           -       $            -          $        125,000      $           -        $      125,000
  # 922 Int’l Sewer Jet                          2003              -                    -                    -                       -                200,000             200,000
  # 919 Massey Flail Mower & Tiger Boom          2001           75,000                  -                    -                       -                    -                75,000
  # 930 Sterling Sweeper                         2003              -                    -                    -                       -                160,000             160,000
  # 921 Toro 580-D Mower                         2005           80,000                  -                    -                       -                    -                80,000
                    Subtotal: Other Vehicles            $      155,000      $           -       $            -          $        125,000      $       360,000      $      640,000



    Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review   Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)       Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability




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                                             Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                Detail of Capital Equipment Purchases by Department
                                                                    Schedule No. 1

                                                             2010               2011                 2012                      2013                2014                Totals

PUBLIC WORKS (Cont'd)

 Staff Vehicles
   # 804 Chevy Pick-Up                           2005   $           -       $           -       $        30,000         $            -        $           -        $       30,000
   # 806 Chevy Pick-Up                           2006               -                30,000                 -                        -                    -                30,000
   # 807 Chevy Silverado Pick-up                 2007               -                   -                   -                     30,000                  -                30,000
                     Subtotal: Staff Vehicles           $           -       $        30,000     $        30,000         $         30,000      $           -        $       90,000

 New Equipment
  Electric/Hydraulic Crane - 4000lb                     $       18,000      $           -       $            -          $             -       $           -        $       18,000
  Salt Brine Production System                                 150,000                  -                    -                        -                   -               150,000

 Replacement Equipment
  New Holland Tractor                            2000           30,000                  -                   -                        -                    -                30,000
  Toro Greensmaster Flex 21                      2004            7,000                  -                   -                        -                    -                 7,000
  Toro 3100D Reelmower                           2005           25,000                  -                   -                        -                    -                25,000
  National Triplex Mower                         1996           20,000                  -                   -                        -                    -                20,000
  Miller MIG Welder                              2001              -                 10,000                 -                        -                    -                10,000
  Esab Plasma Cutter                             2001              -                  5,000                 -                        -                    -                 5,000
  Bermeme FB-60S Gas Driving Hammer              2001              -                  4,000                 -                        -                    -                 4,000
  3 M Sign Machine                               2001              -                 10,000                 -                        -                    -                10,000
  Toro Groundsmaster                             2006              -                    -                22,000                      -                    -                22,000
  Toro Greensmaster                              2002              -                    -                 7,000                      -                    -                 7,000
  Groundsmaster Leaf Blower                      2002              -                    -                 5,000                      -                    -                 5,000
  Toro Infield Pro 3040 (RAD)                    2007              -                    -                20,000                      -                    -                20,000
  Toro 3500D Sidewinder (RAD)                    2007              -                    -                30,000                      -                    -                30,000
  Toro Greensmaster 1600 (RAD)                   2007              -                    -                 8,000                      -                    -                 8,000
  Groundsmaster Leaf Blower                      2002              -                    -                   -                      5,000                  -                 5,000
  Toro Groundsmaster 328                         2007              -                    -                   -                     22,000                  -                22,000
  Bannerman Turf Topper                          1993              -                    -                   -                     15,000                  -                15,000
  Kubota RTV Utility #1                          2007              -                    -                   -                     14,000                  -                14,000
  Kubota RTV Utility #2                          2007              -                    -                   -                        -                 14,000              14,000
  Toro Groundsmaster 328                         2007              -                    -                   -                        -                 22,000              22,000
  Toro Groundsmaster 3500-D                      2009              -                    -                   -                        -                 30,000              30,000
                       Subtotal: Equipment              $      250,000      $        29,000     $        92,000         $         56,000      $        66,000      $      493,000

TOTAL PUBLIC WORKS                                      $      740,000      $       274,000     $       247,000         $        436,000      $       766,000      $    2,463,000



    Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review   Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)       Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability


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                                             Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                               Detail of Capital Equipment Purchases by Department
                                                                   Schedule No. 1

                                                             2010               2011                 2012                      2013                2014                Totals

PUBLIC SAFETY

 Police Vehicles (Refer to Schedule No. 9)              $       94,000      $        98,000     $       100,000         $        102,000      $       104,000      $      498,000
 Laptop Replacement Program - Police                             6,000                6,000               6,000                    6,000                6,000              30,000
 In-Car Video Camera                                               -                    -                10,000                      -                 10,000              20,000
 Hand Held Portable Radios                                       2,000                  -                 2,000                      -                  2,000               6,000
 Mobile Radios                                                   2,000                2,000               2,000                    2,000                2,000              10,000
 Overhead Light Bars                                               -                    -                 6,000                      -                  4,000              10,000
 Office Copier                                                     -                    -                   -                        -                 10,000              10,000
 Upgrade Communications Van                                        -                    -                   -                      2,000                  -                 2,000
 Alarm Panel Software                                            2,000                  -                   -                        -                    -                 2,000
 Service Weapon Replacement                                        -                    -                   -                        -                    -                   -

TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY                                     $      106,000      $       106,000     $       126,000         $        112,000      $       138,000      $      588,000

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 Office Furniture & Equipment                           $        5,000      $         5,000     $         5,000         $          5,000      $         5,000      $       25,000
 Geographic Information System                                  13,500               13,500              13,500                   13,500               13,500              67,500
 Comprehensive Plan 2015                                           -                    -                   -                        -                 10,000              10,000

TOTAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                             $       18,500      $        18,500     $        18,500         $         18,500      $        28,500      $      102,500

LIBRARY

 Multi-Purpose Room Enhancements                        $           -       $        10,000     $            -          $             -       $           -        $       10,000

TOTAL LIBRARY                                           $           -       $        10,000     $            -          $             -       $           -        $       10,000



    Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review   Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)       Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability




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                                             Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                               Detail of Capital Equipment Purchases by Department
                                                                   Schedule No. 1

                                                             2010               2011                  2012                      2013                2014                Totals

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE

 Township Manager Ford Explorer                  2007   $           -       $            -       $            -          $            -        $        30,000      $       30,000
 Asst. Township Manager Ford Explorer            2008               -                    -                    -                       -                    -                   -
 Laser Printer                                                    2,000                  -                    -                       -                    -                 2,000
 Photocopier-Color                                                  -                    -                    -                    20,000                  -                20,000

TOTAL ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE                          $         2,000     $            -       $            -          $         20,000      $        30,000      $       52,000

PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION

 Video and Audio Equipment                              $       15,000      $         15,000     $        15,000         $         15,000      $        15,000      $       75,000

TOTAL PUBLIC ACCESS TELEVISION                          $       15,000      $         15,000     $        15,000         $         15,000      $        15,000      $       75,000

INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY

 PC Replacement Program                                 $       13,700      $         15,500     $         9,500         $         13,500      $        15,500      $       67,700
 Township Laptop Program                                        23,000                   -                   -                      3,000                  -                26,000
 Server Replacement Program                                     22,000                21,000              10,000                   12,000               22,000              87,000
 Network Equipment Replacement Program                          14,000                14,000              12,000                   14,000               14,000              68,000
 Internet Hardware & Software Upgrade                           12,000                10,000              10,000                   12,000               12,000              56,000
 Printer Replacement Program                                    11,000                 2,500               2,500                    2,500                2,500              21,000
 Document Management-Phase I & II                                  -                 150,000              70,000                      -                    -               220,000

TOTAL INFORMATION & TECHNOLOGY                          $       95,700      $        213,000     $       114,000         $         57,000      $        66,000      $      545,700

Total Current 5 Year Plan                                $    977,200       $       636,500       $    520,500           $      658,500        $ 1,043,500          $ 3,836,200

Previous 5 Year Plan                                     $    686,700       $       786,500       $    793,000           $      947,000        $ 1,010,000          $ 4,223,200

Difference in 5 Year Plans                               $    290,500       $   (150,000)         $   (272,500)          $     (288,500)       $      33,500        $    (387,000)


    Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review    Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)       Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability




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                                           Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                              Street Improvement Program
                                                                      Schedule No. 2

                                                2010                2011                 2012                   2013                   2014                 Totals

PUBLIC WORKS

 Annual Street Improvements                $ 1,100,000         $ 1,100,000          $ 1,100,000           $ 1,100,000            $ 1,100,000           $ 5,500,000
 Additional Street Improvements                511,500             557,500              600,500               600,000                500,000             2,769,500

 Crack Sealing Program                             60,000              60,000               60,000                    50,000              50,000              280,000

 Traffic Signals (LED's) and Signs                     -                   -                     -                       -                    -                      -

 Street Improvements & Bridges                         -                   -                     -                       -                    -                      -

Total Current 5 Year Plan                  $ 1,671,500         $ 1,717,500          $ 1,760,500           $ 1,750,000            $ 1,650,000           $ 8,549,500

Previous 5 Year Plan                       $ 2,204,000         $ 1,716,000          $ 1,759,500           $ 1,650,000            $ 1,650,000           $ 8,979,500

Difference in 5 Year Plans                 $    (532,500)      $        1,500       $         1,000       $      100,000         $            -        $     (430,000)


  Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review   Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)    Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability




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                                            Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                                       Storm Sewer Projects
                                                                          Schedule No. 3

                                                    2010                 2011                 2012                  2013                   2014                Totals

PUBLIC WORKS

 Storm Sewer Improvement &
 Maintenance Program                           $      50,000       $      50,000         $       50,000        $         50,000      $       50,000        $     250,000

 Storm Sewer Restoration                             700,000 *           600,000 *             500,000 *                500,000 *           500,000 *          2,800,000 *

Total Current 5 Year Plan                      $     750,000       $     650,000         $     550,000         $        550,000      $      550,000        $ 3,050,000

Previous 5 Year Plan                           $     750,000       $     650,000         $     650,000         $        550,000      $       50,000        $ 2,650,000

Difference in 5 Year Plans                     $           -       $            -        $    (100,000)        $            -        $      500,000        $     400,000


   Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review    Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)    Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability


* See Page 19 for how projects will be funded




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                                           Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                                    Park Resurfacing Projects
                                                                         Schedule No. 4

                                                         2010                2011                2012                 2013                 2014                Totals

PUBLIC WORKS

 Clair Park-Sports Court & Walkways                  $     60,000        $          -       $           -        $           -        $           -        $     60,000

 Tustin Park-Sports Court & Walkways                            -                   -              30,000                    -                    -              30,000

 Hays Park-Sports Court & Walkways                              -                   -                   -               60,000                    -              60,000

 Municipal Tot Lot                                              -                   -                   -                    -               60,000              60,000

 Wiltshire Park - Basketball Court                        100,000                   -                   -                    -                    -             100,000

 Johnston Park                                                  -                   -              60,000                    -                    -              60,000

 Municipal Tennis Courts:
      Courts #1 & #2                                            -             60,000                    -                  -                    -                60,000
      Courts #3 & #4                                            -                -                      -               60,000                  -                60,000
      Courts #7 & #8                                            -                -                      -                  -                 60,000              60,000

 Trotwood Park-Sports Court & Walkways                          -             60,000                    -                    -                    -              60,000

Total Current 5 Year Plan                            $    160,000        $   120,000        $      90,000        $     120,000        $    120,000         $    610,000

Previous 5 Year Plan                                 $    120,000        $   120,000        $     120,000        $     120,000        $    120,000         $    600,000

Difference in 5 Year Plans                           $     40,000        $          -       $     (30,000)       $           -        $           -        $     10,000


  Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review   Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)   Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability

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                                            Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                       Public Building and Park Improvements
                                                                    Schedule No. 5

                                                            2010                2011              2012                2013              2014             Totals

PUBLIC WORKS
 Municipal Building Improvements
  Exterior Restoration                                  $    49,500   $          97,500      $    123,000       $      50,000   $        75,000   $        395,000
  Interior Renovations                                       52,500              59,500               -                50,000            50,000            212,000
  Space Utilization Study & Redesign                        200,000 *               -                 -                   -                 -              200,000 *
  Reception Area Safety & Ergonomic Redesign                 10,000                 -                 -                   -                 -               10,000
  Heating & Cooling System Replacement                          -                   -                 -               100,000 *         100,000 *          200,000 *
 Other Building Improvements
  Salt Dome Roof and Entry Gate Replacement                   15,000                   -                 -                   -                 -            15,000
 Park & Field Improvements
  Field Facilities/Park Renovations                           30,000             30,000             30,000             30,000            30,000            150,000
  Park Equipment Replacement                                  25,000             25,000             25,000             25,000            25,000            125,000
  Paddle Tennis Surface/Playing Area                             -               50,000                -                  -                 -               50,000
  Founder's Field Fence Replacement                           15,000                -                  -                  -                 -               15,000
  Boyce/Mayview Perimeter Trail                               50,000             50,000            550,000 *          550,000 *         550,000 *        1,750,000 *
  Morton Field - Field Turf and Lights                           -                  -            1,500,000 *          700,000 *             -            2,200,000 *
 Other Improvements
  Township Sidewalk Plan                                      50,000             50,000           500,000 *           500,000 *         500,000 *        1,600,000 *
  Wayfinding Signage - Sidewalks & Trails                      7,500              7,500             7,500               7,500             7,500             37,500

RECREATION
 Tennis Bubble Replacement                                         -                   -          550,000 *                  -                 -           550,000 *

PUBLIC SAFETY
 Police Department Building                                        -                   -          200,000 *          3,800,000 *               -         4,000,000 *

Total Current 5 Year Plan                               $   504,500      $      369,500      $ 3,485,500        $ 5,812,500        $ 1,337,500        $ 11,509,500

Previous 5 Year Plan                                    $ 8,372,000      $ 2,535,800         $ 1,207,500        $ 4,162,500        $ 5,012,500        $ 21,290,300

Difference in 5 Year Plans                              $ (7,867,500)    $ (2,166,300)       $ 2,278,000        $ 1,650,000        $ (3,675,000)      $ (9,780,800)

Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review    Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)   Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability
* See Page 19 for how projects will be funded

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                                           Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                                    Sanitary Sewer Projects
                                                                        Schedule No. 6

                                                 2010                 2011                2012                  2013                   2014                 Totals

PUBLIC WORKS

 Operations & Maintenance
  Maintenance & Repairs                     $     600,000       $     600,000        $     600,000         $      600,000         $     600,000        $ 3,000,000

   Easement Coverage & Mapping                     25,000               25,000               25,000                   25,000              25,000              125,000

   Sewershed Projects                         2,250,000 *                 -            12,400,000 *   12,400,000 *   12,400,000 *   39,450,000 *
           Subtotal: Ops & Mte              $ 2,875,000   $           625,000        $ 13,025,000   $ 13,025,000   $ 13,025,000   $ 42,575,000

 Equipment
  Public Works
    # 810 Ford Pick-Up Utility              $          -        $            -       $      30,000         $             -        $           -        $       30,000
    # 920 CAT Backhoe                                  -                     -             100,000                       -                    -               100,000
    Chicago Pneumatic Air Comp.                        -                     -                 -                      12,000                  -                12,000
  Information Technology                             1,300                   -                 -                       1,200                  -                 2,500
           Subtotal: Equipment              $        1,300      $            -       $     130,000         $          13,200      $           -        $      144,500

Total Current 5 Year Plan                   $ 2,876,300         $     625,000        $ 13,155,000          $ 13,038,200           $ 13,025,000         $ 42,719,500

Previous 5 Year Plan                        $ 3,315,000         $ 3,305,000          $     625,000         $ 13,025,000           $ 13,025,000         $ 33,295,000

Difference in 5 Year Plans                  $    (438,700)      $ (2,680,000)        $ 12,530,000          $          13,200      $           -        $ 9,424,500



  Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review   Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)    Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability


* See Page 19 for how projects will be funded



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                                         Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                            Community Recreation Center
                                                                 Schedule No. 7

                                                     2010               2011                2012                    2013              2014                Totals

RECREATION

  General
   Emergency Generator                          $    450,000       $         -         $         -          $           -         $         -         $    450,000
   15 Passenger Van                                   30,000                 -                   -                      -                   -               30,000
   Office Furniture & Equipment                        5,000              10,000               5,000                  5,000               5,000             30,000
   Tables & Chairs for Common Area                       -                20,000              10,000                 10,000                 -               40,000
                   Subtotal: General            $    485,000       $      30,000       $      15,000        $        15,000       $       5,000       $    550,000

  Aquatics
   Chaise Lounge Chairs                         $       5,250      $       7,875       $          -         $         7,875       $       7,875       $      28,875
   Swim Station                                         2,175                -                    -                     -                   -                 2,175
   CPR Manikins                                         1,770                -                    -                     -                   -                 1,770
   Storage Reel                                           -                  -                  1,500                   -                   -                 1,500
   Pool Vacuums                                           -                  -                  3,750                   -                 2,800               6,550
   Lap Lanes                                              -                  -                    -                   2,750                 -                 2,750
                 Subtotal: Aquatics             $       9,195      $       7,875       $        5,250       $        10,625       $      10,675       $      43,620

  Fitness
   Keiser M3 Cycling Bikes                      $      10,950      $         -         $         -          $           -         $         -         $     10,950
   Treadmills                                             -               36,700                 -                      -                14,680             51,380
   Arc Trainer/Ellipticals                                -               31,000                 -                      -                11,500             42,500
   Stairclimber                                           -                  -                 7,200                    -                   -                7,200
   Summit Trainer                                         -                  -                 4,800                    -                   -                4,800
   Upright Bikes                                          -                  -                   -                    8,500                 -                8,500
   Seated Bikes                                           -                  -                   -                    9,100                 -                9,100
                    Subtotal: Fitness           $      10,950      $      67,700       $      12,000        $        17,600       $      26,180       $    134,430


Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review   Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)    Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability


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                                         Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                            Community Recreation Center
                                                                 Schedule No. 7

                                                     2010               2011                    2012                    2013              2014                Totals

RECREATION (Cont'd)

  Maintenance
   Counterweight Lift Truck                     $       6,200      $         -             $         -          $           -         $        -          $      6,200
   Safety Cabinet                                       1,400                -                       -                      -                  -                 1,400
   Bisamon Lift Table                                   3,500                -                       -                      -                  -                 3,500
   Typhoon Wet/Dry Vacuum (2)                           2,000                -                       -                      -                  -                 2,000
   Carpet Extractor                                       -                1,000                     -                      -                  -                 1,000
   Trash Compactor                                        -               12,000                     -                      -                  -                12,000
   Hardwood Floor Recoating                               -               15,000                  23,000                 23,000             40,000             101,000
   Light Weight Tables                                    -                  -                    22,500                    -                  -                22,500
   Television Replacements                                -                  -                       -                   27,000                -                27,000
   Carpeting & Blinds                                     -                  -                       -                      -               60,000              60,000
   Nobles Walk Behind Scrubber                            -                  -                       -                      -                6,000               6,000
   Nobles Quick Clean 1500                                -                  -                       -                      -                6,000               6,000
              Subtotal: Maintenance             $      13,100      $      28,000           $      45,500        $        50,000       $    112,000        $    248,600

  Information Technology
    PC Replacement Program                      $       3,500      $       2,500           $       8,500        $         3,500       $       2,500       $      20,500
    Server Replacement Program                            -                  -                    10,000                    -                   -                10,000
                        Subtotal: IT            $       3,500      $       2,500           $      18,500        $         3,500       $       2,500       $      30,500

Total Current 5 Year Plan                       $    521,745       $    136,075            $      96,250        $        96,725       $    156,355        $ 1,007,150

Previous 5 Year Plan                            $           -      $            -          $           -        $              -      $          -        $          -

Difference in 5 Year Plans                      $    521,745       $    136,075            $      96,250        $        96,725       $    156,355        $ 1,007,150



Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review       Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)    Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability


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                                           Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                     Refuse and Recycling Automation Program
                                                                  Schedule No. 8

                                                2010                2011                  2012                  2013                  2014                 Totals

ADMINISTRATION

 Refuse and Recycling Carts                $   1,125,000 * $               -        $            -        $            -         $           -        $    1,125,000 *

 Automation Transition Costs                     100,000                   -                     -                     -                     -               100,000

Total Current 5 Year Plan                  $   1,225,000       $           -        $            -        $            -         $           -        $    1,225,000

Previous 5 Year Plan                       $           -       $           -        $            -        $            -         $           -        $             -

Difference in 5 Year Plans                 $   1,225,000       $           -        $            -        $            -         $           -        $    1,225,000


  Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review   Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)   Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability


* See Page 19 for how projects will be funded




                                                                                  Page 17
                                            Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                                            Police Vehicle Replacement Schedule
                                                                       Schedule No. 9

                                                             2010              2011                 2012                     2013                2014                Totals

PUBLIC SAFETY

 Patrol Vehicles
  #301A Ford Crown Victoria                     2006 $           -         $          -        $      25,000           $          -          $        -          $      25,000
  #302 Ford Crown Victoria                      2006             -                 24,500                -                        -                   -                 24,500
  #303 Ford Crown Victoria                      2007             -                    -               25,000                      -                   -                 25,000
  #304 Ford Crown Victoria                      2005          23,000                  -                  -                        -                26,000               49,000
  #306 Ford Crown Victoria                      2007             -                    -                  -                     25,500                 -                 25,500
  #307 Ford Crown Victoria                      2005             -                 24,500                -                        -                   -                 24,500
  #308 Ford Crown Victoria                      2005             -                 24,500                -                        -                   -                 24,500
  #309 Ford Crown Victoria                      2003          23,000                  -                  -                        -                26,000               49,000
  #310 Ford Crown Victoria                      2007             -                    -               25,000                      -                   -                 25,000
  Ford Crown Victoria                           2005             -                    -                  -                     25,500                 -                 25,500

 4-Wheel Drive Vehicles
   Chief of Police Ford Explorer                2006             -                 24,500                -                        -                   -                 24,500
   Deputy Chief of Police Ford Explorer         2006             -                    -               25,000                      -                   -                 25,000
   #301 Ford Expedition                         2008          24,000                  -                  -                        -                   -                 24,000
   #305 Ford Explorer                           2008             -                    -                  -                     25,500                 -                 25,500
   #311 Ford Explorer (T-1)                     2008             -                    -                  -                        -                26,000               26,000
   #315 Ford Explorer                           2005          24,000                  -                  -                        -                26,000               50,000
   #316 Ford Explorer                           2008             -                    -                  -                     25,500                 -                 25,500

Total Current 5 Year Plan                               $     94,000       $       98,000      $     100,000           $      102,000        $    104,000        $    498,000

Previous 5 Year Plan                                    $    115,900       $       72,000      $      98,000           $      100,000        $     75,000        $    460,900

Difference in 5 Year Plans                              $     (21,900)     $       26,000      $        2,000          $         2,000       $     29,000        $      37,100



   Green - Priority for Current Year   Orange - Priority Assignment Under Review   Blue - Priority in Future Year(s)       Magenta - Priority Subject to Funding Availability

                                                                                   Page 18
                           Proposed Capital Improvement Program 2010-2014
                                          Other Funding Sources Detail
                                                Schedule No. 10

                                                      Total            Grants/          Borrowed          Capital
                                                     Amount            Escrows           Funds            Funds

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

 Storm Sewer NPDES Projects                      $    2,800,000    $          -     $     2,800,000   $             -

 Public Bldgs. & Park Improvements
  Township Sidewalk Plan                         $    1,600,000    $    1,000,000   $       500,000   $      100,000
  Boyce/Mayview Perimeter Trail                       1,750,000           500,000         1,150,000          100,000
  Space Utilization Study & Redesign                    200,000               -             200,000              -
  Heating & Cooling System Replacement                  200,000               -             200,000              -
  Morton Field - Field Turf and Lights                2,200,000               -           2,200,000              -
  Tennis Bubble Replacement                             550,000               -             550,000              -
  Police Department Building                          4,000,000               -           4,000,000              -
                Subtotal: Bldgs & Improvements   $   10,500,000    $    1,500,000   $     8,800,000   $      200,000

 Sanitary Sewer Projects
  Sewershed Projects                             $   39,450,000    $          -     $    39,450,000

 Refuse & Recycling Automation Program
  Refuse and Recycling Carts                     $    1,125,000    $     500,000    $           -     $      625,000


Total Funding Sources                            $   53,875,000    $    2,000,000   $    51,050,000   $      825,000



                                                         Page 19
2010 PROPOSED BUDGET
   NOVEMBER 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
              2010 OVERALL BUDGET SUMMARY
                  REVENUES FOR ALL FUNDS
               Major Revenue Source      General Fund  Other     Percentage
               Real Estate Taxes         $ 5,603,334 $       -       19.52%
               Earned Income Taxes          7,595,000        -       26.46%
               Other Taxes                  1,407,000        -        4.90%
               Sewer User Fees                    -    4,544,556     15.83%
               Licenses & Permits             129,800      5,000      0.47%
               Fees & Fines                   405,700     47,650      1.58%
               Interest & Rent                112,400     42,000      0.54%
               Service Agreements             172,067      4,500      0.62%
               Non-Tax Revenue                702,000  1,268,216      6.86%
               Recreation Fees                340,100  2,034,073      8.27%
               Fund Reserve                    18,038  1,520,714      5.36%
               Operating Transfers                -    1,608,188      5.60%
               Non-Operating Transfers            -    1,140,607      3.97%
                              Totals     $ 16,485,439 $ 12,215,504   100.00%


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
              2010 OVERALL BUDGET SUMMARY
               EXPENDITURES FOR ALL FUNDS
                 Major Programs          General Fund  Other     Percentage
                 General Government      $ 1,522,913 $   188,543      5.96%
                 Public Safety             4,793,589         -       16.70%
                 Community Development       624,955         -        2.18%
                 Public Works              4,100,007   1,186,712     18.42%
                 ALCOSAN Payments                 -    2,527,493      8.81%
                 Refuse Collection           100,000         -        0.35%
                 Annual Road Program              -      880,000      3.07%
                 Recreation                  477,139   3,989,423     15.56%
                 Library                     806,922     217,638      3.57%
                 Debt Service              1,341,119   1,375,682      9.47%
                 Capital Improvement              -    1,090,200      3.80%
                 Operating Transfers       2,718,795      30,000      9.58%
                 Fund Reserve                     -      729,813      2.54%
                               Totals    $ 16,485,439 $ 12,215,504   100.00%


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
      2010 PROPOSED BUDGET
          GENERAL FUND



2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
      2010 GENERAL FUND REVENUE SUMMARY
         WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM
            GENERAL FUND
              REVENUE
                                     Other Revenue,
                                         11.3%
                              Other Taxes,
                                                       Real Estate Tax,
                                 8.5%
                                                            34.0%




                                       Earned Income
                                        Tax, 46.1%




2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
      2010 GENERAL FUND REVENUE SUMMARY
         ASSUMPTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS

   • Current Real Estate Taxes are projected at 3.40 mills and the
     current assessment base is projected with no growth at the
     current time.
   • Current Earned Income Taxes are projected at about a 1.33%
     growth rate over 2009 actual collections based on conservative
     economic forecasts for 2010.
   • For 2010, Local Services Tax has been decreased by $50,000,
     which is consistent with 2009 collection patterns. These
     effects are due to major employers relocating from the
     Township.

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
      2010 GENERAL FUND REVENUE SUMMARY
         ASSUMPTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS

   • Real Estate Transfer Tax has been projected to decrease based
     on collection patterns of the last three years and current
     housing market conditions.
   • RAD sales tax receipts are projected to increase $28,000 over
     2009 Budget amounts.
   • Other Revenue is projected to decrease by $94,610 due mainly
     to an anticipated decrease in investment earnings given the
     current investment market.



2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
      2010 GENERAL FUND REVENUE SUMMARY
           REAL ESTATE TAX COLLECTION
                Total Tax    Amount    % Delinquent
        Year       Levy     Collected    Remaining
        2001 $ 3,817,151 $ 3,754,832          1.6%
        2002      3,911,973  3,805,447        2.7%
        2003      4,191,449  4,111,596        1.9%
        2004      4,226,861  4,191,427        0.8%
        2005      4,267,221  4,167,185        2.3%          New Building Permits
        2006      4,310,565  4,260,126        1.2%
                                                                Permits
        2007      4,303,582  4,267,105        0.8%
                                                        Year    Issued       Valuation
        2008      4,312,320  4,222,146        2.1%
       2009*      5,664,127  5,431,190         N/A       2003     26        $ 8,423,812
      2010**      5,720,768  5,463,334         N/A       2004     32          19,666,753
   * 2009 Estimate                                       2005     22           8,393,500
   ** 2010 Proposed Budget                               2006     11           6,991,970
                                                         2007     15           7,195,100
                                                         2008     13           4,962,927
                                                      Totals      119       $ 55,634,062

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
                2010 GENERAL FUND REVENUE SUMMARY
                   EARNED INCOME TAX COLLECTION
                                                   Earned Income Tax Trends
                                                           1991-2010                                                                        Amount
                                                                                                                                    Year Collected
           $8,000,000                                                                                                               2001 $ 5,085,053
                                                                                                                                    2002      5,114,898
           $7,000,000                                                                                                               2003      5,253,585
                                                                                                                                    2004      5,885,288
                                                                                                                                    2005      6,112,019
           $6,000,000
                                                                                                                                    2006      6,742,917
                                                                                                                                    2007      7,209,380
 DOLLARS




           $5,000,000                                                                                                               2008      7,436,388
                                                                                                                                   2009*      7,495,000
           $4,000,000                                                                                                             2010**      7,595,000
                                                                                                                              * 2009 Estimate
                                                                                                                              ** 2010 Proposed Budget
           $3,000,000



           $2,000,000
                        1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                      YEARS




2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
     2010 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE SUMMARY
    WHERE THE MONEY GOES BY PROGRAM COST CENTER
                                                                   Unallocated
              OPERATING                                          Insurance Costs,
             EXPENDITURES                        Library, 6.5%        0.6%
                              Recreation &                                         General
                             Leisure Services,                                Government, 11.6%
                                   3.8%
                     Refuse Collection,
                           0.8%




                                            Public Works,              Public Safety,
                                               33.0%                      38.6%




                               Community
                            Development, 5.0%


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
     2010 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE SUMMARY
           ASSUMPTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS

   • Full-Time non-contractual personnel salary and wages
     increases are projected at 3%.
   • The Police Officers Contract has a set hourly wage increase of
     3.5%.
   • The Public Works Contract has a set hourly wage increase of
     3.5%.
   • Health Insurance costs were budgeted to increase by 10%
   • For 2010, the pension Minimum Municipal Obligation (MMO)
     for the police is $225,913 and the Public Works employees is
     $134,067. This is a net increase of $7,030 from 2009.

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
     2010 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE SUMMARY
           ASSUMPTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS

   • The Workers Compensation gross premium has increased by
     $21,339 (7.8%). The total premium has increased by
     $105,029 (34.8%) due to an increase of the experience
     modification factor from 1.101 in 2009 to 1.377 in 2010.
   • An increase in salt costs of 22.9% per ton, or an anticipated
     $55,000 increase in salt costs for 2010.
   • Beginning in 2010, the Township will begin a direct billing
     system for residential refuse and recycling collection at a fixed
     cost per household.


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
     2010 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE SUMMARY
        WHERE THE MONEY GOES BY CORE SERVICE TYPE


                                                     Contracted
                                                      Services
                               Personal                14.1%
                               Services
                                53.6%                    Commodities
                                                            8.6%

                                                    Operating
                                           Debt
                                                    Transfers
                                          Service    16.5%
                                          & Other
                                           7.2%




2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
     2010 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE SUMMARY
           ASSUMPTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS

   PERSONAL SERVICES
   • The 2010 General Fund Budget reflects 53.6% in personal services, or
     $8,842,385, and 33.5% of that total is obligated contractually. This is an
     increase from the 2009 budgeted amounts of $180,767, or 2.1%. There are
     a variety of factors that contributed to the increase in personal services,
     some of which include increases in contractual and non-contractual wages,
     medical insurance and workers compensation premiums.

   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
   • With the elimination of Refuse collection, contractual services on the
     whole saw an $985,482, or 29.8% decrease from 2009 budgeted amounts.


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
     2010 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE SUMMARY
           ASSUMPTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS

   COMMODITIES
   • Commodities have remained stable for the 2010 Budget, with
     the only significant increase in Salt & Chemicals for Snow and
     Ice Removal.

   DEBT SERVICE & OTHER
   • Debt service payments remain stable from year end 2009 and
     total $1,341,119 for 2010.



2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
     2010 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE SUMMARY
           ASSUMPTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS

   OPERATING TRANSFERS
   • In the 2010 Budget, Operating Transfers account for 16.5%, or $2,718,795
     of the total Budget. This is an increase of 42.8% from the 2009 Budget,
     mainly due to the full operation of Boyce Mayview Park, which includes
     the C&RC. The transfers to the C&RC Fund and Boyce Mayview Park
     RAD Fund include personal services of other supporting departments. A
     detail of the operating transfers is as follows:

                    Capital Projects Fund                 $     7,838
                    Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund               581,899
                    Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund (Operating)       988,451
                    Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund (Debt)          1,140,607
                    Total Operating Transfers             $ 2,718,795


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
    2010 PROPOSED BUDGET
   MAJOR ENTERPRISE FUNDS



2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
       2010 BOYCE MAYVIEW COMMUNITY &
            RECREATION CENTER FUND
 Projected Revenue          C&RC Fund     Percentage   Projected Expenditures    C&RC Fund     Percentage
 Memberships                                           Personal Services
   Indoor                   $   185,936         4.5%    Indoor                   $ 1,587,160        38.1%
   Outdoor                       37,500         0.9%    Outdoor                      154,301         3.7%
   Combined                   1,379,537        33.1%   Contractual Services
   Daily Admissions             105,000         2.5%     Indoor                      832,113        20.0%
 Program Revenue                220,000         5.3%     Outdoor                      30,750         0.7%
 Other Revenue                  107,600         2.6%   Commodities
 General Fund Appropriation                              Indoor                      140,300         3.4%
   15% Allocation               383,936         9.2%     Outdoor                      21,500         0.5%
   Add'l Appropriation          604,515        14.5%   Distributed Costs             256,400         6.2%
   Debt Service               1,140,607        27.4%   Debt Service                1,140,607        27.4%
                 Totals     $ 4,164,631       100.0%   Fund Reserve                    1,500         0.0%
                                                                        Totals   $ 4,164,631       100.0%




2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
               2010 BOYCE MAYVIEW COMMUNITY &
                    RECREATION CENTER FUND
                      PROJECTED REVENUES
                                       Other
                                      Revenue,      • Membership Revenue: Membership revenue is
                                      $47,000         based on collection patterns for July and August
                                                      2009, with a growth rate of 48 annual memberships
                                                      per month for all of 2010. Staff recommends a 25%
          Gen Fund
                                                      increase in annual membership rates in July 2010,
        Debt Service
                                                      which will yield approximately $161,000 in
        Appropriation,
                                                      additional revenue compared with 2009 introductory
         $1,140,607                  Membership
                                                      rates.
                                      Revenue,      • General Fund Appropriations: For 2010, the
                                     $1,707,973       General Fund will appropriate $1,140,607 for debt
                                                      service costs associated with the construction of the
                                                      C&RC building. The General Fund will also
                                                      contribute $988,451 in additional funds to support the
            Gen Fund                                  operations of the C&RC.
           Operating                                • Other Revenue: Daily admissions and program
          Appropriation,
                                                      revenue has been estimated at $105,000 and $220,000
            $988,451
                                                      respectively, for 2010.
                                                    • Total Memberships: Total annual memberships are
                                         Program      projected to reach 2,180 by the budgeted year end
                          Facility       Revenue,     2010. The total percentage of memberships is
                         Revenue,        $220,000     estimated to be 80% Residents and 20% Non-
                         $60,600                      Residents.

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
             2010 BOYCE MAYVIEW COMMUNITY &
                  RECREATION CENTER FUND
                  PROJECTED EXPENDITURES
                                                          Distributed
   • Personal Services: Due to Allegheny County             Costs,
     stipulations, American Red Cross National             $256,400
     Standards and pool design, estimated lifeguard
     and pool safety costs are higher than anticipated
     in pre-construction studies.
   • Contractual Services: Utility expenditures are
     estimated to increase by more than $61,000 from
                                                             Debt Service,                  Personal
     2009 full year estimates. In order to mitigate
                                                              $1,140,607                    Services,
     utility costs, Staff is investigating utility co-                                     $1,741,461
     operatives to reduce costs by aggregating gas and
     electric charges. Additionally, a $50,000 increase
     in estimated expenditures for custodial services
     and maintenance staff is expected compared to
     pre-construction studies.
                                                                             Contractual
   • Other Expenditures: Distributed costs include
                                                                              Services,
     Information Technology costs and depreciation
                                                                              $862,863
     costs on all equipment. Debt service costs remain
     stable in 2010 and will be covered by an
     appropriation from the General Fund.                 Commodities,
                                                            $161,800



2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
                 2010 SANITARY SEWER FUND
                        Projected Revenue         San Sew Fund Percentage
                        Sewer User Fees           $ 4,544,556        98.2%
                        Liened Collections              30,000        0.6%
                        ALCOSAN Reimb.                  14,500        0.3%
                        Sewer Permits                   25,000        0.5%
                        Interest Revenue                15,000        0.3%
                                         Totals   $ 4,629,056      100.0%

                        Projected Expenditures    San Sew Fund Percentage
                        Personal Services         $    261,789        5.7%
                        ALCOSAN Payments             2,527,493       54.6%
                        Corrective Action Plan         600,000       13.0%
                        Contractual Services           189,450        4.1%
                        Commodities                     39,100        0.8%
                        Distributed Costs               64,374        1.4%
                        Debt Service                   945,173       20.4%
                        Fund Reserve                     1,677        0.0%
                                         Totals   $ 4,629,056      100.0%


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
                 2010 SANITARY SEWER FUND
                    PROJECTED REVENUES
                                     • The sewer user fee multiplier rate has been set at
      Other                            2.17 from 2.15 in 2009 with an assumed
     Revenue,                          collection rate of 94.4% from historical
     $84,500                           collection data from Pennsylvania American
                                       Water Company.
                                               Multiplier & ALCOSAN Payment History
                                                                          ALCOSAN
                                                    Year Multiplier        Payments
                                                    2001          1.39   $ 1,497,025
                                                    2002          1.60      1,552,148
                                                    2003          1.67      1,432,015
                    Sewer                           2004          1.95      1,537,800
                    Rents-                          2005          2.00      1,575,700
                   Current,                         2006          1.93      1,670,871
                  $4,544,556                        2007          1.80      1,822,416
                                                    2008          1.85      1,969,947
                                                   2009*          2.15      2,258,879
                                                  2010**          2.17      2,527,493
                                              * 2009 Estimate
                                              ** 2010 Proposed Budget

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
                               2010 SANITARY SEWER FUND
                               PROJECTED EXPENDITURES
               Distributed                Personal    • A rate increase of 10% from
              Costs, $64,374              Services,
                                          $261,789
                                                        ALCOSAN has been assumed
  Commodities,
                                                        for 2010.
    $39,100
                     Debt Service,                    • Salaries and Fringe Benefits
                      $945,173
                                                        include the portions of
                                                        Administration, Finance and
                                                        Public Works Personnel.
                                       Sewer

  Other          Corrective
                                     Processing
                                        Fees,
                                                      • $600,000 remains the amount
Contractual
 Services,
                 Action Plan,
                  $600,000
                                     $2,527,493         for the corrective action plan.
 $189,450
                                                      • For 2010, Debt Service
                                                        payments equal $945,173.


 2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
 November 2, 2009
 PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
        2010 PROPOSED BUDGET
          CAPITAL PROJECTS



2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
                 2010 CAPITAL PROJECTS
        LIQUID FUELS & CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
    Transfers & Othe r
        Revenue
           2%



                          Liquid Fuels State
                                               Projected Revenue         Cap Projects   Percentage
                               Grants
                                               Liquid Fuels State Grants $   461,380          27.1%
                                27%
                                               Fund Reserve                1,206,482          71.0%
                                               Transfers & Other Revenue      32,338           1.9%
               Fund Reserve                                     Totals   $ 1,700,200        100.0%
                   71%




2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
                    2010 CAPITAL PROJECTS
           LIQUID FUELS & CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
                                                                              Projected Expenditures     Cap Projects     Percentage
                                                                              Annual Street Program      $   880,000            51.8%
                                                                              PW Vehicles & Equipment        358,000            21.1%
           Building Renovations
                                      Other Capital                           Police Vehicles & Equip.       100,000             5.9%
                   6%
                                      Expenditures                            IT Equipment & Software         74,700             4.4%
                                         11%                                  Building Renovations           102,000             6.0%
IT Equipment & Software                                                       Other Capital Expenditures     185,500            10.9%
         4%                                                                                    Totals    $ 1,700,200          100.0%
                                                                                              Annual Street Program History
                                                                                                 Actual       Increase/    Percentage
Police Vehicles & Equip.
                                                      Annual Street Program            Year     Budget       (Decrease)     Change
          6%
                                                              52%                      2001 $      921,727 $       18,454        2.04%
                                                                                       2002      1,076,428       154,701        16.78%
                                  PW Vehicles &                                        2003      1,191,893       115,465        10.73%
                                    Equipment                                          2004        999,304      (192,589)      -16.16%
                                      21%                                              2005      1,143,353       144,049        14.41%
                                                                                       2006      1,103,491        (39,862)      -3.49%
                                                                                       2007      1,091,000        (12,491)      -1.13%
                                                                                       2008      1,150,000         59,000        5.41%
                                                                                      2009*        879,500      (270,500)      -23.52%
                                                                                     2010**        880,000            500        0.06%
                                                                                  * 2009 Estimate
                                                                                  ** 2010 Proposed Budget


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
                2010 CAPITAL PROJECTS
       LIQUID FUELS & CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS

   BUDGETARY COMMENT
   • For the last two years, Staff has predicated the annual 5 Year Capital
     Improvement Program on a priority funding basis. When analyzing
     the 2010 priority funding for capital improvements, Staff found that
     $190,500 in capital expenditures could be eliminated for the 2010
     Budget. The Capital Projects Fund will be primarily funded by the
     Fund Balance, which is estimated to be $300,000 at the end of 2010
     from $1,507,862 in 2009. This action should be viewed as a one
     time funding solution for Township capital expenditures and future
     Boards should be cognizant of this matter.



2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
      2010 PROPOSED BUDGET
     SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS



2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
      2010 BOYCE MAYVIEW PARK RAD FUND
             OPERATIONS & CAPITAL
   Projected Revenue          Cap Projects   Percentage    Projected Expenditures     Cap Projects   Percentage
   RAD Grant                  $   385,000          39.7%   Personal Services          $   464,798          47.9%
   General Fund Appropriation     581,899          60.0%   Capital Appropriations         250,000          25.8%
   Athletic Association Fees        2,500           0.3%   Operations & Maintenance       252,101          26.0%
                     Totals   $   969,399        100.0%    Fund Reserve                     2,500           0.3%
                                                                           Totals     $   969,399        100.0%



   • Upon the recommendation of the Allegheny Regional Asset District
     (ARAD), Staff began to show the expenditures that are matching the
     RAD grant in this Special Revenue Fund; therefore, the General
     Fund Appropriation for the RAD operating transfer has increased
     $382,296 from 2009 budgeted amounts. For 2010, the General
     Fund appropriation is projected at $581,899.


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
      2010 BOYCE MAYVIEW PARK RAD FUND
             OPERATIONS & CAPITAL
   • RAD funding for 2010 has been decreased by $34,000 to $385,000,
     which includes $135,000 for operating costs and $250,000 for
     capital expenditures.
   • Operating costs include personnel costs from the Public Works,
     Recreation and Police departments as well as utility and
     maintenance costs for the park.
   • For 2010, capital expenditures requests include trail maps and
     brochures, signage, as well as other small park amenities.
     Additionally, capital requests include funding for a perimeter trail
     extension and soil and erosion control for the northern tributary
     portion of the park.


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
PROPOSED BUDGET SUBMITTED 10.16.09
       What’s Changed from the Proposed
         Budget Submitted 10.16.09?
   Updated Facts & Figures                     Board Requests from 10.19.09
   • 2003 Bond Refunding Proceeds have         Budget & Finance Committee
     been reduced to $175,000 from             Meeting
     $250,000 due to information received
     at the 10.26.09 IGA Meeting
                                               • C&RC Membership Rates to 10% or
   • 2010 Health Insurance Rates are up          15% from 25% in Proposed Budget
     26%, or $233,496 from the 2009
     Budget. NOTE: MEIT will provide a         • General Fund Operating Appropriation
     subsidy of $70,308 to offset the            for the C&RC increased to 25% from
     increase in Healthcare premiums due         15% in Proposed Budget
     to previous year’s positive claims. The   • Potential Tax Increase in 2010 and
     net effect of this increase is $163,188     future years shown in the 5-Year
     Township wide.                              Budget Projections
   • The Liquid Fuels allocation was
     decreased by $17,350


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
                                                                                ALTERNATE 1
                                     GENERAL FUND                                                                         CAPITAL FUND

                                                               2009               2010                                                        2009             2010
                                                             Estimate            Budget                                                      Estimate         Budget

   Beginning General Fund Balance                        $     3,227,082   $       3,227,082   Beginning Capital Fund Balance            $    1,760,517   $    1,432,862

   Revenue                                                                                     Revenue
    Real Estate Revenue                                        5,568,490           5,603,334    Transfer From General Fund                      318,578          99,838
    Earned Income Tax                                          7,495,000           7,595,000    Refunding of Bond Proceeds                      175,000             -
    Other Revenue                                              3,207,284           3,339,375    Interest Revenue                                 16,000          20,000
      (Refer to General Fund Revenue Summary)                 Up $74,790 from                   Grant Revenue                                   135,000             -
    Use of Fund Balance                                       Proposed Budget         92,828    Other Revenue                                     4,500           4,500
   Total Revenue                                         $    16,270,774   $      16,630,537   Total Revenue                             $      649,078   $     124,338

   Expenditures                                                                                Expenditures
    Total Expenditures Less Refuse & Oper. Transfers     $    12,682,956   $      13,774,374    Road Program                             $      419,500   $     437,000
      (Refer to General Fund Expenditure Summary)                                               Other Capital Projects                           68,500          68,500
    Refuse Collection                                          1,116,500            100,000     PW Vehicles & Equipment                         164,623         358,000
    Boyce/Mayview CRC Fund Transfers                                                            Building Renovations                            100,000         102,000
         25% Operating Transfer                                  244,292             643,440    Furniture & Equipment                           119,900         134,200
         Debt Service Appropriation                            1,298,651           1,140,607    Police Cars                                      66,710          70,000
         Revenue Needed to Balance CRC Budget                     51,560             456,842    Deer Culling                                     37,500          37,500
    Capital Projects Fund Transfer                               216,073              99,838    VFD Rescue Truck Purchase                           -            50,000
    Boyce/Mayview RAD Fund Transfer                              558,237             537,066    Sidewalk Projects                                   -               -
    REEC Operational Payment Not Covered by RAD                      -                50,000
    Fund Balance Allocation (Capital or CRC)                     102,505                 -
   Total Budget Expenses                                 $    16,270,774   $      16,802,167   Total Budget Expenses                     $      976,733   $    1,257,200

  General Fund Balance                                   $   3,227,082 $         3,134,254 Capital Fund Balance                           $ 1,432,862     $    300,000

  Increase (Decrease) to Balance General Fund Budget                        $      171,630
  Corresponding Millage Change                                                         0.11

                                                                      ALTERNATE 1 ASSUMPTIONS
  1. Gen. Fund Appropriation for CRC Debt Service,25% Oper. Transfer & Balanced CRC Fund 5. Decrease Road Program by $220,000 and Capital Requests by $190,500
  2. Minimum Fund Balance in Capital Projects Fund of $300,000                           6. Eliminate Township Supported Refuse Collection. Contract per Household.
  3. Eliminate 2010 Budget Positions currently vacant.
  4. CRC Revenue Corresponding to a 10% Half Year Increase in CRC Membership Rates

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
                                  Five Year Operating and Capital Budget Projections
                                              For All Township Funds

     Governmental Funds                              2010             2011             2012             2013             2014
      Revenues
       Real Estate Tax-1% growth                 $    5,603,334   $    5,659,367   $    5,715,961   $    5,773,121   $    5,830,852
       Earned Income Tax-3.5% growth                  7,595,000        7,860,825        8,135,954        8,420,712        8,715,437
       Real Estate Transfer Tax-3% growth               800,000          828,000          856,980          886,974          918,018
       Local Option Sales Tax-5% growth                 338,000          307,447          310,557          320,403          335,000
       Local Services Tax-estimate # employees          250,000          252,000          254,000          256,000          258,000
       Other Revenue-4% growth                        3,215,391        3,344,007        3,477,767        3,616,878        3,761,553
       Fund Balance-governmental funds used           1,524,978                -                -                -                -
       Funds needed-Real Estate Taxes                   171,630       $1,607,572       $1,856,417       $1,841,254       $1,713,635
      Total Governmental Fund Revenues           $19,498,333      $19,859,218      $20,607,636      $21,115,342      $21,532,495


      Real Estate Millage Increase                        0.11             1.00             1.16             1.15             1.07

      Expenditures
       General Government-2.5% growth                $1,723,844       $1,766,940       $1,811,114       $1,856,391       $1,902,801
       Public Safety-3.5%-1yrs. & 3%-3yrs.            4,844,804        5,014,372        5,164,803        5,319,747        5,479,340
       Community Development-2.5% growth                633,307          649,140          665,368          682,002          699,052
       Public Works-3% growth                         4,157,931        4,282,669        4,411,149        4,543,483        4,679,788
       Refuse Collection-3.5% growth                    100,000          103,500          107,123          110,872          114,752
       Annual Street Program-no growth                  880,000        1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000
       Regular Capital Improvements-estimate          1,090,200          800,000          900,000        1,000,000        1,000,000
       Recreation-3 % growth                          1,450,950        1,494,479        1,539,313        1,585,492        1,633,057
       Library-2.5% growth                            1,035,289        1,061,171        1,087,701        1,114,893        1,142,765
       Operating Transfer-C&RC Agreed                 1,784,047        1,811,135        1,829,316        1,847,997        1,867,192
       Operating Transfer-C&RC Deficit                  456,842          425,813          441,750          404,463          363,747
       OPEB Allocation                                      -                  -          200,000          200,000          200,000
       Debt Service-General Fund                      1,341,119        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000
      Total Governmental Fund Expenditures       $19,498,333      $19,859,218      $20,607,636      $21,115,342      $21,532,495

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
    Sanitary Sewer Fund
      Sewer Fund Revenues                          4,621,798    4,862,844    5,116,223    5,388,083    5,679,849

       ALCOSAN Payments-8% growth                   2,518,405    2,719,877    2,937,468    3,172,465    3,426,262
       Township Sewer Costs-3% growth               1,158,220    1,192,967    1,228,756    1,265,618    1,303,587
       Debt Service-Consent Order                     945,173      950,000      950,000      950,000      950,000
      Total Sanitary Sewer Fund Expenditures       4,621,798    4,862,844    5,116,223    5,388,083    5,679,849

    C&RC Fund
       C&RC Revenue-10%,2010 & 5% growth            1,937,444    2,034,316    2,136,032    2,242,834    2,354,975
       Operating Transfer-C&RC                      1,784,047    1,811,135    1,829,316    1,847,997    1,867,192
       Operating Transfer-Deficit                     456,842      425,813      441,750      404,463      363,747
      Total CRC Fund Revenues                      4,178,333    4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293    4,585,914

       C&RC 75% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate    2,394,286    2,460,129    2,527,782    2,597,296    2,668,722
       C&RC 25% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate      643,440      661,135      679,316      697,997      717,192
       Debt Service-CRC                             1,140,607    1,150,000    1,150,000    1,150,000    1,150,000
       C&RC Capital Costs                                   -            -       50,000       50,000       50,000
      Total Expenditures                           4,178,333    4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293    4,585,914




2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
                                                                               ALTERNATE 2
                                     GENERAL FUND                                                                         CAPITAL FUND

                                                               2009              2010                                                         2009             2010
                                                             Estimate           Budget                                                       Estimate         Budget

   Beginning General Fund Balance                        $     3,227,082   $      3,227,082   Beginning Capital Fund Balance             $    1,760,517   $    1,432,862

   Revenue                                                                                    Revenue
    Real Estate Revenue                                        5,568,490          5,603,334    Transfer From General Fund                       318,578          99,838
    Earned Income Tax                                          7,495,000          7,595,000    Refunding of Bond Proceeds                       175,000             -
    Other Revenue                                              3,207,284          3,339,375    Interest Revenue                                  16,000          20,000
      (Refer to General Fund Revenue Summary)                                                  Grant Revenue                                    135,000             -
    Use of Fund Balance                                                              92,828    Other Revenue                                      4,500           4,500
   Total Revenue                                         $    16,270,774   $     16,630,537   Total Revenue                              $      649,078   $     124,338

   Expenditures                                                                               Expenditures
    Total Expenditures Less Refuse & Oper. Transfers     $    12,682,956   $     13,774,374    Road Program                              $      419,500   $     437,000
      (Refer to General Fund Expenditure Summary)                                              Other Capital Projects                            68,500          68,500
    Refuse Collection                                          1,116,500           100,000     PW Vehicles & Equipment                          164,623         358,000
    Boyce/Mayview CRC Fund Transfers                                                           Building Renovations                             100,000         102,000
         25% Operating Transfer                                  244,292            643,440    Furniture & Equipment                            119,900         134,200
         Debt Service Appropriation                            1,298,651          1,140,607    Police Cars                                       66,710          70,000
         Revenue Needed to Balance CRC Budget                     51,560            424,632    Deer Culling                                      37,500          37,500
    Capital Projects Fund Transfer                               216,073             99,838    VFD Rescue Truck Purchase                            -            50,000
    Boyce/Mayview RAD Fund Transfer                              558,237            537,066    Sidewalk Projects                                    -               -
    REEC Operational Payment Not Covered by RAD                      -               50,000
    Fund Balance Allocation (Capital or CRC)                     102,505                -
   Total Budget Expenses                                 $    16,270,774   $     16,769,957   Total Budget Expenses                      $      976,733   $    1,257,200

  General Fund Balance                                   $   3,227,082 $        3,134,254 Capital Fund Balance                            $ 1,432,862     $    300,000

  Increase (Decrease) to Balance General Fund Budget                       $      139,420     Decrease of $32,210
                                                                                              from Alternate 1
  Corresponding Millage Change                                                        0.09

                                                                      ALTERNATE 2 ASSUMPTIONS
  1. Gen. Fund Appropriation for CRC Debt Service,25% Oper. Transfer & Balanced CRC Fund 5. Decrease Road Program by $220,000 and Capital Requests by $190,500
  2. Minimum Fund Balance in Capital Projects Fund of $300,000                           6. Eliminate Township Supported Refuse Collection. Contract per Household.
  3. Eliminate 2010 Budget Positions currently vacant.
  4. CRC Revenue Corresponding to a 15% Half Year Increase in CRC Membership Rates

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
                                  Five Year Operating and Capital Budget Projections
                                              For All Township Funds

     Governmental Funds                              2010             2011             2012             2013             2014
      Revenues
       Real Estate Tax-1% growth                 $    5,603,334   $    5,659,367   $    5,715,961   $    5,773,121   $    5,830,852
       Earned Income Tax-3.5% growth                  7,595,000        7,860,825        8,135,954        8,420,712        8,715,437
       Real Estate Transfer Tax-3% growth               800,000          828,000          856,980          886,974          918,018
       Local Option Sales Tax-5% growth                 338,000          307,447          310,557          320,403          335,000
       Local Services Tax-estimate # employees          250,000          252,000          254,000          256,000          258,000
       Other Revenue-4% growth                        3,215,391        3,344,007        3,477,767        3,616,878        3,761,553
       Fund Balance-governmental funds used           1,524,978                -                -                -                -
       Funds needed-Real Estate Taxes                   139,420       $1,573,751       $1,820,906       $1,803,967       $1,674,483
      Total Governmental Fund Revenues           $19,466,123      $19,825,397      $20,572,125      $21,078,054      $21,493,343


      Real Estate Millage Increase                        0.09             0.98             1.13             1.12             1.04

      Expenditures
       General Government-2.5% growth                $1,723,844       $1,766,940       $1,811,114       $1,856,391       $1,902,801
       Public Safety-3.5%-1yrs. & 3%-3yrs.            4,844,804        5,014,372        5,164,803        5,319,747        5,479,340
       Community Development-2.5% growth                633,307          649,140          665,368          682,002          699,052
       Public Works-3% growth                         4,157,931        4,282,669        4,411,149        4,543,483        4,679,788
       Refuse Collection-3.5% growth                    100,000          103,500          107,123          110,872          114,752
       Annual Street Program-no growth                  880,000        1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000
       Regular Capital Improvements-estimate          1,090,200          800,000          900,000        1,000,000        1,000,000
       Recreation-3 % growth                          1,450,950        1,494,479        1,539,313        1,585,492        1,633,057
       Library-2.5% growth                            1,035,289        1,061,171        1,087,701        1,114,893        1,142,765
       Operating Transfer-C&RC Agreed                 1,784,047        1,811,135        1,829,316        1,847,997        1,867,192
       Operating Transfer-C&RC Deficit                  424,632          391,992          406,239          367,176          324,595
       OPEB Allocation                                      -                  -          200,000          200,000          200,000
       Debt Service-General Fund                      1,341,119        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000
      Total Governmental Fund Expenditures       $19,466,123      $19,825,397      $20,572,125      $21,078,054      $21,493,343


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
    Sanitary Sewer Fund
     Sewer Fund Revenues                          4,621,798    4,862,844    5,116,223    5,388,083    5,679,849

      ALCOSAN Payments-8% growth                   2,518,405    2,719,877    2,937,468    3,172,465    3,426,262
      Township Sewer Costs-3% growth               1,158,220    1,192,967    1,228,756    1,265,618    1,303,587
      Debt Service-Consent Order                     945,173      950,000      950,000      950,000      950,000
     Total Sanitary Sewer Fund Expenditures       4,621,798    4,862,844    5,116,223    5,388,083    5,679,849

    C&RC Fund
      C&RC Revenue-15%,2010 & 5% growth            1,969,654    2,068,137    2,171,544    2,280,121    2,394,127
      Operating Transfer-C&RC                      1,784,047    1,811,135    1,829,316    1,847,997    1,867,192
      Operating Transfer-Deficit                     424,632      391,992      406,239      367,176      324,595
     Total CRC Fund Revenues                      4,178,333    4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293    4,585,914

      C&RC 75% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate    2,394,286    2,460,129    2,527,782    2,597,296    2,668,722
      C&RC 25% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate      643,440      661,135      679,316      697,997      717,192
      Debt Service-CRC                             1,140,607    1,150,000    1,150,000    1,150,000    1,150,000
      C&RC Capital Costs                                   -            -       50,000       50,000       50,000
     Total Expenditures                           4,178,333    4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293    4,585,914




2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
                                                                                 ALTERNATE 3
                                      GENERAL FUND                                                                             CAPITAL FUND

                                                                2009               2010                                                         2009            2010
                                                              Estimate            Budget                                                      Estimate         Budget

    Beginning General Fund Balance                        $     3,227,082    $      3,227,082        Beginning Capital Fund Balance       $    1,760,517   $    1,407,700

    Revenue                                                                                          Revenue
     Real Estate Revenue                                        5,568,490           5,603,334         Transfer From General Fund                 293,416             -
     Earned Income Tax                                          7,495,000           7,595,000         Refunding of Bond Proceeds                 175,000             -
     Other Revenue                                              3,207,284           3,339,375         Interest Revenue                            16,000          20,000
       (Refer to General Fund Revenue Summary)                Up $121,420 from                        Grant Revenue                              135,000             -
     Use of Fund Balance                                      Proposed Budget         139,458         Other Revenue                                4,500           4,500
    Total Revenue                                         $    16,270,774    $     16,677,167        Total Revenue                        $      623,916   $      24,500

    Expenditures                                                                                     Expenditures
     Total Expenditures Less Refuse & Oper. Transfers     $    12,682,956    $     13,774,374         Road Program                        $      419,500   $     437,000
       (Refer to General Fund Expenditure Summary)                                                    Other Capital Projects                      68,500          68,500
     Refuse Collection                                          1,116,500            100,000          PW Vehicles & Equipment                    164,623         233,000
     Boyce/Mayview CRC Fund Transfers                                                                 Building Renovations                       100,000         102,000
          25% Operating Transfer                                  244,292             643,440         Furniture & Equipment                      119,900         134,200
          Debt Service Appropriation                            1,298,651           1,140,607         Police Cars                                 66,710          70,000
          Revenue Needed to Balance CRC Budget                     51,560             456,842         Deer Culling                                37,500          37,500
          Fund Balance Offset from 2009 Estimate                                      (25,162)        VFD Rescue Truck Purchase                      -            50,000
     Capital Projects Fund Transfer                               216,073                 -           Sidewalk Projects                              -               -
     Boyce/Mayview RAD Fund Transfer                              558,237             537,066
     REEC Operational Payment Not Covered by RAD                      -                50,000
     Fund Balance Allocation (Capital or CRC)                     102,505                 -
    Total Budget Expenses                                 $    16,270,774    $     16,677,167        Total Budget Expenses                $      976,733   $    1,132,200

   General Fund Balance                                   $   3,227,082      $    3,087,624 Capital Fund Balance                           $ 1,407,700 $        300,000

   Increase (Decrease) to Balance General Fund Budget                        $                 (0)
   Corresponding Millage Change                                                            -

                                                                       ALTERNATE 3 ASSUMPTIONS
   1. Gen. Fund Appropriation for CRC Debt Service,25% Oper. Transfer & Balanced CRC Fund 5. Decrease Road Program by $220,000 and Capital Requests by $315,500
   2. Minimum Fund Balance in Capital Projects Fund of $300,000                             with the elimnation of 1 Public Works Dump Truck valued at $125,000
   3. Eliminate 2010 Budget Positions currently vacant.                                   6. Eliminate Township Supported Refuse Collection. Contract per Household.
   4. CRC Revenue Corresponding to a 10% Half Year Increase in CRC Membership Rates

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
                                  Five Year Operating and Capital Budget Projections
                                              For All Township Funds

    Governmental Funds                               2010             2011             2012             2013             2014
      Revenues
       Real Estate Tax-1% growth                 $    5,603,334   $    5,659,367   $    5,715,961   $    5,773,121   $    5,830,852
       Earned Income Tax-3.5% growth                  7,595,000        7,860,825        8,135,954        8,420,712        8,715,437
       Real Estate Transfer Tax-3% growth               800,000          828,000          856,980          886,974          918,018
       Local Option Sales Tax-5% growth                 338,000          307,447          310,557          320,403          335,000
       Local Services Tax-estimate # employees          250,000          252,000          254,000          256,000          258,000
       Other Revenue-4% growth                        3,215,391        3,344,007        3,477,767        3,616,878        3,761,553
       Fund Balance-governmental funds used           1,571,608                -                -                -                -
       Funds needed-Real Estate Taxes                         -       $1,607,572       $1,856,417       $1,841,254       $1,713,635
      Total Governmental Fund Revenues           $19,373,333      $19,859,218      $20,607,636      $21,115,342      $21,532,495


      Real Estate Millage Increase                        0.00             1.00             1.16             1.15             1.07

      Expenditures
       General Government-2.5% growth                $1,723,844       $1,766,940       $1,811,114       $1,856,391       $1,902,801
       Public Safety-3.5%-1yrs. & 3%-3yrs.            4,844,804        5,014,372        5,164,803        5,319,747        5,479,340
       Community Development-2.5% growth                633,307          649,140          665,368          682,002          699,052
       Public Works-3% growth                         4,157,931        4,282,669        4,411,149        4,543,483        4,679,788
       Refuse Collection-3.5% growth                    100,000          103,500          107,123          110,872          114,752
       Annual Street Program-no growth                  880,000        1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000
       Regular Capital Improvements-estimate            965,200          800,000          900,000        1,000,000        1,000,000
       Recreation-3 % growth                          1,450,950        1,494,479        1,539,313        1,585,492        1,633,057
       Library-2.5% growth                            1,035,289        1,061,171        1,087,701        1,114,893        1,142,765
       Operating Transfer-C&RC Agreed                 1,784,047        1,811,135        1,829,316        1,847,997        1,867,192
       Operating Transfer-C&RC Deficit                  456,842          425,813          441,750          404,463          363,747
       OPEB Allocation                                      -                  -          200,000          200,000          200,000
       Debt Service-General Fund                      1,341,119        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000
      Total Governmental Fund Expenditures       $19,373,333      $19,859,218      $20,607,636      $21,115,342      $21,532,495

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
    Sanitary Sewer Fund
      Sewer Fund Revenues                          4,621,798    4,862,844    5,116,223    5,388,083    5,679,849

       ALCOSAN Payments-8% growth                   2,518,405    2,719,877    2,937,468    3,172,465    3,426,262
       Township Sewer Costs-3% growth               1,158,220    1,192,967    1,228,756    1,265,618    1,303,587
       Debt Service-Consent Order                     945,173      950,000      950,000      950,000      950,000
      Total Sanitary Sewer Fund Expenditures       4,621,798    4,862,844    5,116,223    5,388,083    5,679,849

    C&RC Fund
       C&RC Revenue-10%,2010 & 5% growth            1,937,444    2,034,316    2,136,032    2,242,834    2,354,975
       Operating Transfer-C&RC                      1,784,047    1,811,135    1,829,316    1,847,997    1,867,192
       Operating Transfer-Deficit                     456,842      425,813      441,750      404,463      363,747
      Total CRC Fund Revenues                      4,178,333    4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293    4,585,914

       C&RC 75% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate    2,394,286    2,460,129    2,527,782    2,597,296    2,668,722
       C&RC 25% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate      643,440      661,135      679,316      697,997      717,192
       Debt Service-CRC                             1,140,607    1,150,000    1,150,000    1,150,000    1,150,000
       C&RC Capital Costs                                   -            -       50,000       50,000       50,000
      Total Expenditures                           4,178,333    4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293    4,585,914




2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
                                                                                  ALTERNATE 4
                                      GENERAL FUND                                                                               CAPITAL FUND

                                                                2009                 2010                                                         2009            2010
                                                              Estimate              Budget                                                      Estimate         Budget

    Beginning General Fund Balance                        $     3,227,082     $      3,227,082         Beginning Capital Fund Balance       $    1,760,517   $    1,407,700

    Revenue                                                                                            Revenue
     Real Estate Revenue                                        5,568,490            5,603,334          Transfer From General Fund                 293,416             -
     Earned Income Tax                                          7,495,000            7,595,000          Refunding of Bond Proceeds                 175,000             -
     Other Revenue                                              3,207,284            3,339,375          Interest Revenue                            16,000          20,000
       (Refer to General Fund Revenue Summary)                    Down $32,210                          Grant Revenue                              135,000             -
     Use of Fund Balance                                         from Alternate 3      107,248          Other Revenue                                4,500           4,500
    Total Revenue                                         $    16,270,774     $     16,644,957         Total Revenue                        $      623,916   $      24,500

    Expenditures                                                                                       Expenditures
     Total Expenditures Less Refuse & Oper. Transfers     $    12,682,956     $     13,774,374          Road Program                        $      419,500   $     437,000
       (Refer to General Fund Expenditure Summary)                                                      Other Capital Projects                      68,500          68,500
     Refuse Collection                                          1,116,500              100,000          PW Vehicles & Equipment                    164,623         233,000
     Boyce/Mayview CRC Fund Transfers                                                                   Building Renovations                       100,000         102,000
          25% Operating Transfer                                  244,292              643,440          Furniture & Equipment                      119,900         134,200
          Debt Service Appropriation                            1,298,651            1,140,607          Police Cars                                 66,710          70,000
          Revenue Needed to Balance CRC Budget                     51,560              424,632          Deer Culling                                37,500          37,500
          Fund Balance Offset from 2009 Estimate                                       (25,162)         VFD Rescue Truck Purchase                      -            50,000
     Capital Projects Fund Transfer                               216,073                  -            Sidewalk Projects                              -               -
     Boyce/Mayview RAD Fund Transfer                              558,237              537,066
     REEC Operational Payment Not Covered by RAD                      -                 50,000
     Fund Balance Allocation (Capital or CRC)                     102,505                  -
    Total Budget Expenses                                 $    16,270,774     $     16,644,957         Total Budget Expenses                $      976,733   $    1,132,200

   General Fund Balance                                   $   3,227,082        $    3,119,834 Capital Fund Balance                          $ 1,407,700 $         300,000

   Increase (Decrease) to Balance General Fund Budget                          $                 (0)
   Corresponding Millage Change                                                              -

                                                                       ALTERNATE 4 ASSUMPTIONS
   1. Gen. Fund Appropriation for CRC Debt Service,25% Oper. Transfer & Balanced CRC Fund 5. Decrease Road Program by $220,000 and Capital Requests by $315,500
   2. Minimum Fund Balance in Capital Projects Fund of $300,000                             with the elimnation of 1 Public Works Dump Truck valued at $125,000
   3. Eliminate 2010 Budget Positions currently vacant.                                   6. Eliminate Township Supported Refuse Collection. Contract per Household.
   4. CRC Revenue Corresponding to a 15% Half Year Increase in CRC Membership Rates

2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
                                  Five Year Operating and Capital Budget Projections
                                              For All Township Funds

     Governmental Funds                              2010             2011             2012             2013             2014
      Revenues
       Real Estate Tax-1% growth                 $    5,603,334   $    5,659,367   $    5,715,961   $    5,773,121   $    5,830,852
       Earned Income Tax-3.5% growth                  7,595,000        7,860,825        8,135,954        8,420,712        8,715,437
       Real Estate Transfer Tax-3% growth               800,000          828,000          856,980          886,974          918,018
       Local Option Sales Tax-5% growth                 338,000          307,447          310,557          320,403          335,000
       Local Services Tax-estimate # employees          250,000          252,000          254,000          256,000          258,000
       Other Revenue-4% growth                        3,215,391        3,344,007        3,477,767        3,616,878        3,761,553
       Fund Balance-governmental funds used           1,539,398                -                -                -                -
       Funds needed-Real Estate Taxes                         -       $1,573,751       $1,820,906       $1,803,967       $1,674,483
      Total Governmental Fund Revenues           $19,341,123      $19,825,397      $20,572,125      $21,078,054      $21,493,343


      Real Estate Millage Increase                        0.00             0.98             1.13             1.12             1.04

      Expenditures
       General Government-2.5% growth                $1,723,844       $1,766,940       $1,811,114       $1,856,391       $1,902,801
       Public Safety-3.5%-1yrs. & 3%-3yrs.            4,844,804        5,014,372        5,164,803        5,319,747        5,479,340
       Community Development-2.5% growth                633,307          649,140          665,368          682,002          699,052
       Public Works-3% growth                         4,157,931        4,282,669        4,411,149        4,543,483        4,679,788
       Refuse Collection-3.5% growth                    100,000          103,500          107,123          110,872          114,752
       Annual Street Program-no growth                  880,000        1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000        1,100,000
       Regular Capital Improvements-estimate            965,200          800,000          900,000        1,000,000        1,000,000
       Recreation-3 % growth                          1,450,950        1,494,479        1,539,313        1,585,492        1,633,057
       Library-2.5% growth                            1,035,289        1,061,171        1,087,701        1,114,893        1,142,765
       Operating Transfer-C&RC Agreed                 1,784,047        1,811,135        1,829,316        1,847,997        1,867,192
       Operating Transfer-C&RC Deficit                  424,632          391,992          406,239          367,176          324,595
       OPEB Allocation                                      -                  -          200,000          200,000          200,000
       Debt Service-General Fund                      1,341,119        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000        1,350,000
      Total Governmental Fund Expenditures       $19,341,123      $19,825,397      $20,572,125      $21,078,054      $21,493,343


2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
     Sanitary Sewer Fund
      Sewer Fund Revenues                          4,621,798    4,862,844    5,116,223    5,388,083    5,679,849

       ALCOSAN Payments-8% growth                   2,518,405    2,719,877    2,937,468    3,172,465    3,426,262
       Township Sewer Costs-3% growth               1,158,220    1,192,967    1,228,756    1,265,618    1,303,587
       Debt Service-Consent Order                     945,173      950,000      950,000      950,000      950,000
      Total Sanitary Sewer Fund Expenditures       4,621,798    4,862,844    5,116,223    5,388,083    5,679,849

     C&RC Fund
       C&RC Revenue-15%,2010 & 5% growth            1,969,654    2,068,137    2,171,544    2,280,121    2,394,127
       Operating Transfer-C&RC                      1,784,047    1,811,135    1,829,316    1,847,997    1,867,192
       Operating Transfer-Deficit                     424,632      391,992      406,239      367,176      324,595
      Total CRC Fund Revenues                      4,178,333    4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293    4,585,914

       C&RC 75% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate    2,394,286    2,460,129    2,527,782    2,597,296    2,668,722
       C&RC 25% Operation Costs-2.75%growth rate      643,440      661,135      679,316      697,997      717,192
       Debt Service-CRC                             1,140,607    1,150,000    1,150,000    1,150,000    1,150,000
       C&RC Capital Costs                                   -            -       50,000       50,000       50,000
      Total Expenditures                           4,178,333    4,271,263    4,407,098    4,495,293    4,585,914




2010 Proposed Budget Presentation
November 2, 2009
CHANGES & ALTERNATES FROM 10.19.09 BUDGET &
FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING
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                                                GENERAL FUND
MAJOR REVENUES                           SUMMARY OF BUDGETED REVENUES


                                                       2009                2010              INCREASE       PERCENTAGE
                                                      Budget              Budget            (DECREASE)        CHANGE

     Real Estate Tax                          $        5,576,771    $      7,531,570    $      1,954,799           35.05%
     Earned Income Tax                                 7,370,000           7,595,000             225,000            3.05%
     Local Services Tax                                  300,000             250,000             (50,000)         -16.67%
     Real Estate Transfer Tax                            900,000             800,000            (100,000)         -11.11%
     Public Utilities Tax                                 19,000              19,000                 -              0.00%
     Local Option Sales & Use Tax                        310,000             338,000              28,000            9.03%
     Licenses and Permits                                132,550             129,800              (2,750)          -2.07%
     Fees and Fines                                      394,700             405,700              11,000            2.79%
     Rental Income                                        74,450              82,400               7,950           10.68%
     Investment Earnings                                 125,000              30,000             (95,000)         -76.00%
     Service Agreements                                  169,817             172,067               2,250            1.32%
     Other Non-Tax Revenue                               711,000             777,853              66,853            9.40%
     Recreation Fees                                     349,160             340,100              (9,060)          -2.59%

     Total Revenues                           $       16,432,448    $     18,471,490    $      2,039,042          12.41%

     Fund Balance                                              -                   -                   -            0.00%

     Total Major Revenues                     $       16,432,448    $     18,471,490    $      2,039,042          12.41%


                                                      2010 Budgeted Revenues
                                                          Major Category

                           $8,000,000

                           $7,000,000

                           $6,000,000

                           $5,000,000

                           $4,000,000

                           $3,000,000

                           $2,000,000

                           $1,000,000

                                 $-

                                        Real Estate
                                                        Earned
                                           Tax                       R.E.
                                                      Income Tax              Other Taxes
                                                                   Transfer                   Other
                                                                     Tax                     Revenue




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                           117                                      2010 Adopted Budget
                                                                GENERAL FUND
MAJOR REVENUES                                               HISTORY OF REVENUES


                                                      2007                   2008                  2009                    2009                2010
                                                     Actual                 Actual                Budget                  Estimate            Budget

    Real Estate Tax                             $      4,224,465      $       4,320,622       $     5,576,771         $     5,568,490     $    7,531,570
    Earned Income Tax                                  7,209,380              7,436,388             7,370,000               7,495,000          7,595,000
    Local Services Tax                                   335,590                220,686               300,000                 250,000            250,000
    Real Estate Transfer Tax                             946,541                868,903               900,000                 750,000            800,000
    Public Utilities Tax                                  18,433                 17,395                19,000                  19,000             19,000
    Local Option Sales & Use Tax                         310,557                320,403               310,000                 335,000            338,000

    Tax Revenues                                $    13,044,966       $     13,184,397        $    14,475,771         $   14,417,490      $   16,533,570

    Licenses and Permits                                 127,009                131,256               132,550                133,500            129,800
    Fees and Fines                                       362,784                387,968               394,700                392,500            405,700
    Rental Income                                         67,161                 69,622                74,450                 73,400             82,400
    Investment Earnings                                  178,436                 97,481               125,000                 30,000             30,000
    Service Agreements                                   256,998                168,749               169,817                188,345            172,067
    Other Non-Tax Revenue                                807,144                800,540               711,000                711,671            777,853
    Recreation Fees                                      392,786                458,502               349,160                326,868            340,100

    Non-Tax Revenues                            $      2,192,318      $       2,114,118       $     1,956,677         $     1,856,284     $    1,937,920

    Total Revenues                              $    15,237,284       $     15,298,515        $    16,432,448         $   16,273,774      $   18,471,490

    Fund Balance                                               -                     -                      -                     -                    -

    Total Major Revenues                        $    15,237,284       $     15,298,515        $    16,432,448         $   16,273,774      $   18,471,490


                                                             General Fund Revenue Trends
                                                                      1991-2010

                        $8,000,000


                        $7,000,000


                        $6,000,000


                        $5,000,000
              DOLLARS




                        $4,000,000


                        $3,000,000


                        $2,000,000


                        $1,000,000


                             $-
                                     1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                         YEARS

                                                    Real Estate Tax       Earned Income Tax       R.E. Transfer Tax       Other Revenue


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                                               GENERAL FUND
MAJOR PROGRAMS                        SUMMARY OF BUDGETED EXPENDITURES


                                                             2009                2010          INCREASE             PERCENTAGE
                                                            Budget              Budget        (DECREASE)              CHANGE

     General Government                             $         1,446,061   $      1,458,200    $           12,139            0.84%
     Public Safety                                            4,639,011          4,825,606               186,595            4.02%
     Community Development                                      675,433            633,307               (42,126)          -6.24%
     Public Works                                             4,079,910          4,125,932                46,022            1.13%
     Refuse Collection                                        1,128,725          1,143,405                14,680            1.30%
     Recreation & Leisure Services                              473,208            478,885                 5,677            1.20%
     Library                                                    776,437            761,106               (15,331)          -1.97%
     Unallocated Insurance Costs                                 51,405             67,100                15,695           30.53%

     Total Operating Expenditures                   $       13,270,190    $     13,493,541    $          223,352            1.68%

     Operating Transfers                                      1,903,496          3,430,856          1,527,360              80.24%
     Debt Service Payments                                    1,258,762          1,187,892            (70,870)             -5.63%

     Sub Total                                      $         3,162,258   $      4,618,748    $     1,456,490              46.06%

     Total Appropriations                           $       16,432,448    $     18,112,289    $     1,679,842             10.22%

     Fund Balance                                                    -            359,201                359,201            0.00%

     Total Major Programs                           $       16,432,448    $     18,471,490    $     2,039,043             12.41%


                                                         2010 Budgeted Expenditures
                                                               Major Category

                                  $5,000,000
                                  $4,500,000
                                  $4,000,000
                                  $3,500,000
                                  $3,000,000
                                  $2,500,000
                                  $2,000,000
                                   $1,500,000
                                   $1,000,000
                                     $500,000
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                                                             GENERAL FUND
MAJOR PROGRAMS                                          HISTORY OF EXPENDITURES


                                                     2007              2008               2009                 2009               2010
                                                    Actual            Actual             Budget              Estimate            Budget

    General Government                        $      1,523,560    $    1,551,811     $    1,446,061      $     1,320,971     $    1,458,200
    Public Safety                                    4,464,315         4,462,277          4,639,011            4,498,769          4,825,606
    Community Development                              552,229           538,399            675,433              585,761            633,307
    Public Works                                     3,561,361         3,952,923          4,079,910            3,649,306          4,125,932
    Refuse Collection                                  830,474           806,042          1,128,725            1,116,500          1,143,405
    Recreation & Leisure Services                      595,923           617,197            473,208              422,661            478,885
    Library                                            753,611           768,482            776,437              691,338            761,106
    Unallocated Insurance Costs                         46,661            43,793             51,405               60,238             67,100

    Total Operating Expenditures              $     12,328,134    $   12,740,924     $   13,270,190      $   12,345,543      $   13,493,541

    Operating Transfers                              1,837,084         1,384,305          1,903,496            2,637,429          3,430,856
    Debt Service Payments                              915,194         1,165,969          1,258,762            1,290,802          1,187,892

    Sub Total                                 $      2,752,278    $    2,550,274     $    3,162,258      $     3,928,231     $    4,618,748

    Total Appropriations                      $     15,080,412    $   15,291,198     $   16,432,448      $   16,273,774      $   18,112,289

    Fund Balance                                       156,872             7,317                  -                  -             359,201

    Total Major Programs                      $     15,237,284    $   15,298,515     $   16,432,448      $   16,273,774      $   18,471,490


                                  Public Safety, Public Works, General Government, & Refuse Costs
                                                         Expenditure Trends
                                                              1991-2010
                     $5,200,000
                     $4,800,000
                     $4,400,000
                     $4,000,000
                     $3,600,000
                     $3,200,000
           DOLLARS




                     $2,800,000
                     $2,400,000
                     $2,000,000
                     $1,600,000
                     $1,200,000
                      $800,000
                      $400,000
                          $-
                                  1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                 YEARS

                                                  Public Safety   Public Works      General Government        Refuse Costs




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MAJOR PROGRAMS                                         HISTORY OF EXPENDITURES



                                              Library, Community Development, & Recreation
                                                          Expenditure Trends
                                                               1991-2010
                     $850,000
                     $800,000
                     $750,000
                     $700,000
                     $650,000
                     $600,000
                     $550,000
                     $500,000
           DOLLARS




                     $450,000
                     $400,000
                     $350,000
                     $300,000
                     $250,000
                     $200,000
                     $150,000
                     $100,000
                      $50,000
                         $-
                                  1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                  YEARS

                                                           Community Development          Recreation      Library




                                                      Operating Transfers & Debt Service
                                                             Expenditure Trends
                                                                  1991-2010
                     $4,000,000

                     $3,600,000

                     $3,200,000

                     $2,800,000

                     $2,400,000
           DOLLARS




                     $2,000,000

                     $1,600,000

                     $1,200,000

                      $800,000

                      $400,000

                          $-
                                   1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                  YEARS

                                                                   Debt Service     Operating Transfers




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                                                   GENERAL FUND
MAJOR PROGRAMS                              BUDGETED EXPENDITURES BY TYPE


                                                Personal     Contracted
Category                                        Services      Services          Commodities          Other              Total
General Government                          $    1,101,640 $      609,500       $     48,000     $   (300,940) $        1,458,200
Public Safety                                    4,282,840        403,934             76,375           62,457           4,825,606
Community Development                              497,076         75,800              8,750           51,681             633,307
Public Works                                     2,174,062        878,606           1,100,220          (26,956)         4,125,932
Refuse Collection                                      -        1,143,405                  -                 -          1,143,405
Recreation & Leisure Services                      182,580        205,500             50,925           39,880             478,885
Library                                            594,523         10,365            137,500           18,718             761,106
Operating Transfers                                    -                 -                 -         3,430,856          3,430,856
Debt Service Payments                                  -                 -                 -         1,187,892          1,187,892
Miscellaneous Expenditures                          45,400         21,700                  -          359,201             426,301
Total Expenditures                          $    8,878,121 $    3,348,810       $   1,421,770    $   4,822,789 $ 18,471,490

Percentage of Total                                 48.1%           18.1%                 7.7%          26.1%             100.0%



                       2010 GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES BY TYPE



                                                                             Contracted
                                                                              Services
                                                                               18.1%
                               Personal Services
                                    48.1%                                           Commodities
                                                                                       7.7%


                                                                              Operating
                                                                              Transfers
                                                                Debt           18.6%
                                                               Service
                                                               & Other
                                                                7.5%




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                                                   GENERAL FUND
MAJOR PROGRAMS                              BUDGETED EXPENDITURES BY TYPE


EXPENDITURE TYPES

Personal Services
Expenditures in this category include wages and fringe benefits. Wages include all full time, part time, and part-
time seasonal employees. Fringe benefits include life insurance, medical insurance, workmen’s compensation,
pension costs, long term disability insurance, post retirement benefits, and social security expenses.

Contractual Services
Expenditures in this category are agreements or services provided to the Township for a variety of departments.
Major expenditures include:

    General Government
       • Legal Services
       • Tax Collection Agreement
    Public Safety
       • Animal Control Expenses
    Public Works
       • Building Maintenance – Cleaning Contract
       • Pesticide Treatments
       • Utilities for Township Buildings
       • Other Maintenance Contracts
    Refuse Collection
       • Refuse & Recycling Collection Contract
    Recreation
       • Contracted Instructors for various recreation programs

Commodities
Expenditures in this category include purchases of supplies for various departments. Major expenditures include:

    Public Works
        • Snow & Ice Control – Salt & Deicing Chemicals
        • Fuels & Lubricants
    Library
        • Adult & Juvenile Books
        • Adult & Juvenile Non-Print Materials (e.g. CDs, DVDs)

Other Expenditures
Expenditures in this category include distributed costs for vehicles and information system administration. Other
expenditures also includes debt service payments for 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 bond issues and operating
transfers to other funds.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                 125                                      2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
MAJOR PROGRAMS                         BUDGETED EXPENDITURES PER CAPITA


                                      2010 GENERAL FUND
                               BUDGETED EXPENDITURES PER CAPITA

                 GENERAL GOVERNMENT                                  RECREATION & LEISURE

     Board of Commissioners                  $     2.62    Administration                   $       8.10
     Administration                               35.03    Recreation Programs                     15.79
     Finance                                      12.38    Cable TV                                  -
     Tax Office                                    9.83                  Subtotal           $      23.88
     Legal Service                                 9.47
     Cable Television                              3.38                   LIBRARY SERVICE
                   Subtotal                  $    72.72
                                                           Township Library                 $      37.95
                       PUBLIC SAFETY
                                                                           DEBT SERVICE
     Police Department                       $   223.48
     Fire Department                              11.99    Debt Service                     $      59.24
     Animal Control                                5.18
                  Subtotal                   $   240.64              OPERATING TRANSFERS

              COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                        Operating Transfers              $     171.09

     Planning and Code Enforcement           $    31.58            MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES

                       PUBLIC WORKS                        Miscellaneous Expenses           $       3.35

     Administration                          $    30.56                    FUND BALANCE
     Engineer                                      1.83
     Civic Activities                              2.86    Fund Balance                     $      17.91
     Snow & Ice Control                           26.91
     Storm Sewer Maintenance                       6.67                   PER CAPITA COST
     Traffic Engineering & Safety                  8.81
     Street Maintenance                           12.34    Total Budgeted Per Capita Cost   $     921.13
     Refuse Collection & Disposal                 57.02
     Building Maintenance                         32.01
     Equipment Maintenance                        30.28
     Golf Course                                   4.18             Per Capita Information
     Tennis Courts                                 3.68
     Parks                                        40.02
                                                                    Budget:     $18,471,490
     Forestry                                      3.99             Population:      20,053
     Force Work Projects                           1.61
     Subtotal                                $   262.77



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                                                GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                      REAL ESTATE TAXES


                                                   2007            2008         2009          2009          2010
                                                  Actual          Actual       Budget       Estimate       Budget

Real Estate Taxes

    Current Real Estate Tax                   $ 4,123,901    $ 4,144,110     $ 5,434,351   $ 5,431,190   $ 7,391,570
    Delinquent Taxes                              100,564        176,512         142,420       137,300       140,000
Total Real Estate Taxes                       $ 4,224,465    $ 4,320,622     $ 5,576,771   $ 5,568,490   $ 7,531,570


REAL ESTATE TAX OVERVIEW

The Real Estate Tax is one of Upper St. Clair's main revenue sources and is assessed on all commercial,
industrial, residential, and other non exempt real estate. Real Estate Tax is calculated as a product of two
factors: the millage rate and the assessed value of a property. In 2009, the Township had a total of 7,680 real
estate parcels, of which 7,560 where taxable. The breakdown is as follows:

                                     Building +                             Exempt
                                       Land           Land Only            Properties
                                       6,950             610                  120

In 2000, Allegheny County conducted a tax reassessment of every parcel of property in the county, and also
changed the ratio of the assessed value to be 100% of the market value of a property. The County took into
consideration the status and condition of adjacent properties and, in the case of commercial and industrial
properties, their value in terms of business profitability. The Allegheny County Office of Property Assessments
determines the assessed value of a property. At the present time, Allegheny County assesses all existing
properties and future new construction based on assessment values established in 2002.

In 2010, the Township of Upper St. Clair’s Real Estate Taxes will use the assessment value system as explained
above. In future years, the current assessment procedures could change due to a ruling by Allegheny County
Common Pleas Court Judge Stanton R. Wettick, Jr. In November 2009, after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court
rejected a stay by Allegheny County, Judge Wettick issued a plan for county wide reassessments.

Under Judge Wettick’s plan, the county would be divided into four assessment districts. Over a four-year
period, the county would undertake a reassessment of one district per year. The assessments of the properties in
the first district would take effect in 2011 and would include sales through June 30, 2009 or later, if feasible.
The assessment of the remaining districts would take effect in 2012, 2013, 2014 successively and likewise
include sales through June 30, 2010, June 30, 2011, and June 20, 2012, respectively.

An important feature of Judge Wettick’s plan is that the district reassessments would be applicable for school
districts and municipal taxes only. County taxes, however, would remain at 2002 base-year assessments until
2014, when all four district’s reassessments would be complete.




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                                                             GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                                   REAL ESTATE TAXES


Real Estate Taxes                                               2007              2008             2009               2009            2010
01-00-000-301???-000                                           Actual            Actual           Budget            Estimate         Budget

Current Real Estate Tax
 001 Current Real Estate Tax (2010)                        $ 4,123,901       $ 4,144,110      $ 5,442,351       $ 5,442,350      $ 7,406,820
     Allowance for tax gentrification                              -                 -             (8,000)          (11,160)         (15,250)

     Total Net Current Real Estate Tax                     $ 4,123,901       $ 4,144,110      $ 5,434,351       $ 5,431,190      $ 7,391,570

Delinquent Taxes
 002 Penalties-Current Real Estate                         $      5,731      $     13,286     $       9,190     $      13,000    $       10,000
       Tax (2010)
 003 Previous Year's Real Estate                                 41,659            67,157           59,600             67,000            60,000
       Tax (2009)
 004 Penalties & Interest-Previous                                3,863             7,952             6,730             7,800             7,000
       Year's Real Estate Tax (2009)
 005 Liened Real Estate Tax                                      35,923            53,566           45,650             35,000            45,000
       2008 and Prior
 006 Penalties & Interest-                                        7,154            20,080           12,000              8,000            10,000
       2008 and Prior
 007 Liened Real Estate Tax Costs                                 6,234            14,471             9,250             6,500             8,000

     Total Delinquent Taxes                                $    100,564      $    176,512     $    142,420      $     137,300    $      140,000
Total Real Estate Taxes                                    $ 4,224,465       $ 4,320,622      $ 5,576,771       $ 5,568,490      $ 7,531,570


                                                            Real Estate Tax Trends
                                                                  1991-2010

                     $8,000,000



                     $7,000,000



                     $6,000,000
           DOLLARS




                     $5,000,000



                     $4,000,000



                     $3,000,000



                     $2,000,000
                                  1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                 YEARS


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                                                    GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                          REAL ESTATE TAXES


REAL ESTATE TAXES PER MEDIAN HOUSEHOLD

The millage rate is calculated by dividing the total Township mills by $1,000, then multiplying that value by the
assessed value of the real estate parcel. In 2010, the Township of Upper St. Clair’s Real Estate Tax Millage is
4.60 Mills. A taxable real estate parcel in the Township is also taxed by Allegheny County and the Upper St.
Clair School District. The following example illustrates the total Real Estate Tax paid by a taxpayer whose
parcel is valued at $175,000.
                                                                                                          Allegheny
                                                                        Township of                        County
Median Home Value                   $175,000                           Upper St. Clair                      14%
                                                                           14%
                                                                                                    4.69
                       Real Estate Taxes                                                 4.60       Mills
Taxing Authority                  2010 Millage Rate       R.E. Tax                       Mills

Township of Upper St. Clair                    4.60   $        805
Allegheny County                               4.69   $        821
Upper St. Clair School District               23.37   $       4,090
                        Total Real Estate Tax         $     5,716                                 23.37                Upper St. Clair
                                                                                                  Mills                School District
                                                                                                                           72%




A twenty-year comparison of assessed valuation and millage rates is shown below:

                                                 Township of Upper St. Clair
                                                    Real Estate Millage
                                                      20 Year History

                                                        Total        Assessed Value   Millage
                                        Year        Assessed Value     % Change        Rate
                                            1991        217,196,647        N/A            13.50
                                            1992        231,725,917       6.69%           13.50
                                            1993        237,785,622       2.62%           13.50
                                            1994        255,697,527       7.53%           13.50
                                            1995        261,662,015       2.33%           13.00
                                            1996        264,297,870       1.01%           13.00
                                            1997        265,687,490       0.53%           13.00
                                            1998        269,733,620       1.52%           13.00
                                            1999        276,116,645       2.37%           13.00
                                            2000        282,615,435       2.35%           13.00
                                          2001^       1,411,612,925        N/A             2.69
                                            2002      1,634,203,390     15.77%             2.44
                                            2003      1,603,927,301      -1.85%            2.60
                                            2004      1,614,770,740       0.68%            2.60
                                            2005      1,630,554,590       0.98%            2.60
                                            2006      1,656,966,390       1.62%            2.60
                                            2007      1,660,339,290       0.20%            2.60
                                            2008      1,660,118,320      -0.01%            2.60
                                            2009      1,669,202,220       0.55%            3.40
                                          2010*       1,685,894,242       1.00%            4.60
                                     ^ Initial Allegheny County Reassessment
                                     *Assessed Value is Estimated

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                                                GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                      REAL ESTATE TAXES


REAL ESTATE TAX MILLAGE RATES - SURROUNDING MUNICIPALITIES


                                            2010 Real Estate Tax Rates
                                            Surrounding Municipalities

           6.00


           5.00


           4.00


           3.00

                             4.60                                    4.89
           2.00                                                                     3.84


           1.00                                  2.18


            -
                      Upper St. Clair         Bethel Park         Mt. Lebanon   South Fayette




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                                               GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                    EARNED INCOME TAXES


                                                2007              2008       2009          2009          2010
                                               Actual            Actual     Budget       Estimate       Budget
Total Earned Income Taxes                    $ 7,209,380    $ 7,436,388   $ 7,370,000   $ 7,495,000   $ 7,595,000


EARNED INCOME TAXES OVERVIEW

In 1965, Act 511 commonly known as the “Local Tax Enabling Act” was enacted into law to provide
Pennsylvania municipalities and school districts a means of funding their operations by levying certain types of
taxes as defined by the Act. The Earned Income and Net Profit Tax is one of the taxes defined in Act 511, and
under its authority, Upper St. Clair Township can levy a tax at the rate .50% on all employee compensation of
its residents and net profits earned by its residents from unincorporated businesses and professions. The
definitions of earned income and net profits were amended in 2002 through Act 166 to conform to the
definitions found in the Pennsylvania personal income tax law. The Upper St. Clair School District also taxes
the same type of income at the same rate of .50% on the aforementioned income. Also, there is a credit
provision up to the full 1% combined rate for earned income and net profits taxes paid to other taxing bodies.

In 1979, the Township, a Home Rule municipality, adopted an additional tax on the same income base that has
been detailed above, and it is commonly called the “Home Rule Tax”. This tax is levied under the authority of
Act 62 of 1972 which is known as the ‘Home Rule Charter and Optional Plans Law”. Currently, the Home
Rule tax rate is .30% on the defined income, but there is no credit provision for the earned income and net
profits taxes paid to other taxing bodies. Thus, the overall current Earned Income and Net Profits tax rate for an
Upper St. Clair resident is 1.3%, but the revenue shown in this account represents only the .80% levied for
municipal purposes.

Future changes in the Earned Income and Net Profits Tax Law will occur due to the enactment of Act 32 of
2008 by the Pennsylvania legislature. Act 32 of 2008 amends Act 511 of 1965 and mandates that the following
items occur by June 30, 2012:

     1. The consolidation of 560 local Earned Income Tax (EIT) collectors across the state of Pennsylvania into
        65 countywide and 4 Allegheny County Regional Tax Collection Districts (TCD). Upper St. Clair
        Township and the Upper St. Clair School District have been placed in the Allegheny Southwest TCD.
        The Allegheny Southwest TCD contains all the local taxing entities that are geographically located
        southwest of the City of Pittsburgh and reside in Allegheny County. The membership of this TCD has
        43 municipalities and 20 school districts for a total of 63 taxing entities.

     2. The new collection system will require all employers in the state to withhold the earned income tax for
        each one of their employees irrespective of where they reside. The objective of the legislation is to
        create a streamlined tax collection system with uniform forms and procedures that will simplify the tax
        collection for companies that conduct business in Pennsylvania.

     3. For Upper St. Clair taxpayers, all annual tax returns will be filed with the Allegheny Southwest TCD
        for tax years beginning in 2012 and thereafter. The intent of the legislation is also to provide cost
        savings to each taxing district through consolidation of tax collection services.



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                                                                GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                                     EARNED INCOME TAXES


EARNED INCOME TAXES OVERVIEW (Continued)

In 1999 the Township contracted with Jordan Tax Service for the collection of all Township and School District
taxes. As a part of their tax auditing program, their staff reviews earned income tax accounts for compliance
with tax regulations; and through shared information from the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue, compares
earned income sections submitted by a resident to the State to the amount declared on a resident's local tax
return. The program has generated much additional tax revenue since its inception, and the Township plans to
continue the program for 2009.

Each year, refunds are issued to taxpayers that have overpaid their tax liability. In 2008, earned income tax
refunds amounted to $283,765 and an estimate of $150,000 reserve for refunds is noted as a potential offset to
current revenue.

Earned Income Taxes                                                  2007                 2008                2009                2009              2010
01-00-000-310???-000                                                Actual               Actual              Budget             Estimate           Budget

  001 Earned Income Tax
       Current Year                                             $ 4,308,032          $ 4,534,908          $ 4,600,000          $ 4,600,000       $ 4,670,000
  002 Earned Income Tax
       Prior Year                                               $ 2,625,119          $ 2,675,206             2,670,000           2,670,000         2,825,000
  003 Earned Income Tax
       Previous Years                                                 276,229              226,274             250,000              225,000         250,000

     Gross Earned Income Taxes                                  $ 7,209,380          $ 7,436,388          $ 7,520,000          $ 7,495,000       $ 7,745,000

       Reserve for Refunds                                                  -                    -            (150,000)                   -         (150,000)
Total Earned Income Taxes                                       $ 7,209,380          $ 7,436,388          $ 7,370,000          $ 7,495,000       $ 7,595,000


                                                                  Earned Income Tax Trends
                                                                          1991-2010

                             $8,000,000



                             $7,000,000



                             $6,000,000
                   DOLLARS




                             $5,000,000



                             $4,000,000



                             $3,000,000



                             $2,000,000
                                          1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                         YEARS


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                                                 GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                      EARNED INCOME TAXES


EARNED INCOME TAX RATE

A ten-year comparison of earned income tax rates for the Township and School District are shown below:


                                               Township of Upper St. Clair
                                                  Earned Income Tax
                                                   10 Year History

                               Township Sch. Dist. Total EIT                          Township Sch. Dist. Total EIT
         Year   EIT Collection Tax Rate Tax Rate Tax Rate       Year   EIT Collection Tax Rate Tax Rate Tax Rate
         2001   $ 5,085,053      0.70%     0.50%      1.20%     2006   $ 6,742,917      0.75%     0.50%      1.25%
         2002   $ 5,114,898      0.70%     0.50%      1.20%     2007   $ 7,209,380      0.80%     0.50%      1.30%
         2003   $ 5,253,585      0.75%     0.50%      1.25%     2008   $ 7,436,388      0.80%     0.50%      1.30%
         2004   $ 5,885,288      0.75%     0.50%      1.25%     2009   $ 7,495,000      0.80%     0.50%      1.30%
         2005   $ 6,112,019      0.75%     0.50%      1.25%     2010   $ 7,595,000      0.80%     0.50%      1.30%



A comparison of the Township of Upper St. Clair Earned Income Tax Rate with surrounding municipalities is
shown below:


                                            2010 Earned Income Tax Rates
                                              Surrounding Municipalities

          1.60%

          1.40%

          1.20%

          1.00%

          0.80%
                                                  1.40%
                            1.30%                                           1.30%
          0.60%
                                                                                                  1.00%
          0.40%

          0.20%

          0.00%
                       Upper St. Clair          Bethel Park             Mt. Lebanon            South Fayette




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                                                         GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                              EARNED INCOME TAXES


EARNED INCOME TAXES DEMOGRAPHICS

An illustration of the amount of Earned Income Tax an average individual would pay in Upper St. Clair is
shown below:

  Average Individual Income                               $88,000

                                Earned Income Taxes
  Taxing Authority                                        2010 EIT Rate       EIT Tax

  Township of Upper St. Clair (Act 511 Tax)                         0.50% $      440
  Township of Upper St. Clair (Act 62 Tax)                          0.30% $      264
  Upper St. Clair School District (Act 511 Tax)                     0.50% $      440
  Total Earned Income Tax                                          1.30% $     1,144


Illustrated below are the earned income demographics of taxpayers in the Township of Upper St. Clair. For
2006-2008, 1,280 individual taxpayers, or 7.8% of all Township Earned Income taxpayers, accounted for 58%
of total Earned Income Taxes collected.

                       Earned Income Tax Collection
             Percentage of Total Tax Payments by Income Range
                                  2006-2008


                                                  Up To $50,000
                         11%                      $50,001-$150,000
           27%                                    $150,001-$500,000
                                                  $500,001 & Above

                                 31%


                 31%

                                                            Average Number of Taxpayers by Income
                                                                        2006-2008
                                                                11,837
                                             12,000

                                              8,000

                                                                               3,108
                                              4,000
                                                                                           1,084
                                                                                                           196
                                                  -
                                                         Up To $50,000        $50,001-   $150,001-     $500,001 &
                                                                              $150,000   $500,000        Above


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                                                 GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                          OTHER TAXES


                                                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget
Total Other Taxes                            $ 1,611,121     $ 1,427,387     $ 1,529,000    $ 1,354,000     $ 1,407,000


OTHER TAXES OVERVIEW

Local Services Tax
The Local Services Tax is a $52.00 annual tax levied on all persons employed within the corporate limit of
Upper St. Clair and who make over $12,000 annually.

Real Estate Transfer Tax
This 1.0% tax, collected for the Township by the County Recorder of Deeds through the sale of deed transfer
stamps, is on the sale price of all property in Upper St. Clair. The State also receives 1.0% and the School
District receives 0.5%.

Public Utilities Tax
This is a State tax on public utilities which is distributed back to municipalities based on a distribution formula
established by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Local Option Sales & Use Tax
This tax is collected by the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue and 25% of all collections are distributed to
qualifying municipalities of Allegheny County.


Other Taxes                                       2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-00-000-315???-000                             Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

  001   Local Services Tax                   $    335,590    $     220,686   $    300,000   $     250,000   $    250,000
  002   Real Estate Transfer Tax                  946,541          868,903        900,000         750,000        800,000
  003   Public Utilities Tax                       18,433           17,395         19,000          19,000         19,000
  004   Local Option Sales & Use Tax              310,557          320,403        310,000         335,000        338,000
Total Other Taxes                            $ 1,611,121     $ 1,427,387     $ 1,529,000    $ 1,354,000     $ 1,407,000




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   141                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                               GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                                        OTHER TAXES



                                                       Real Estate Transfer Tax Trends
                                                                  1991-2010


                     $1,400,000


                     $1,200,000


                     $1,000,000
           DOLLARS




                      $800,000


                      $600,000


                      $400,000


                      $200,000


                          $-
                                  1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                 YEARS



                                                    Local Option Sales & Use Tax Trends
                                                                 1995-2010

                     $400,000




                     $300,000
           DOLLARS




                     $200,000




                     $100,000




                         $-
                                  1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000        2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                               YEARS



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                                                 GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                     LICENSES AND PERMITS


                                                   2007              2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                  Actual            Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget
Total Licenses and Permits                    $    127,009     $     131,256   $    132,550   $     133,500   $    129,800


LICENSES AND PERMITS OVERVIEW

Upper St. Clair requires the issuance of licenses and permits for the conduct of certain activities within the
municipality. Generally, permits are a means of control to assure that all municipal regulations and ordinances
are upheld and to protect the public welfare. Fees charged for permits and licenses are intended to totally cover
the cost of inspection, enforcement and administration.


Licenses and Permits                               2007              2008           2009            2009           2010
01-00-000-320???-000                              Actual            Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

  001   Building Permits                      $     49,308     $      45,431   $     50,000   $      32,000   $     45,000
  002   Beverage Licenses                            2,150             2,150          2,150           2,750          2,450
  003   Grading Permits                              3,005             1,265          4,000             600          3,000
  004   Amusement Device Permits                     1,400             2,150          2,150           2,150          2,150
  005   Peddlers, Signs & Trailer Licenses             -                 -              500             -              500
  007   Street Opening Permits                      37,480            41,480         37,000          60,000         40,000
  008   Alarm Systems Permits                       26,584            28,816         28,000          27,500         28,000
  009   False Alarm Fees                             1,825             1,800          1,750           1,500          1,700
  011   Development Inspection Fees                    -                 -              -               -              -
  012   Dye Test Compliance Fees                     7,055             7,014          6,000           6,000          6,000
  013   Electrical Permit Fees-Net                  (1,798)            1,150          1,000           1,000          1,000
Total Licenses and Permits                    $    127,009     $     131,256   $    132,550   $     133,500   $    129,800




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                     145                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                        FEES AND FINES


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget
Total Fines and Fees                        $    362,784    $     387,968   $    394,700   $     392,500   $    405,700


FEES AND FINES OVERVIEW

This account includes all municipal revenues derived from violations of ordinances or State laws. Also
included are fees for zoning applications. Under the Cable Television Franchise Agreement, the Township
receives 5% of gross cable receipts. The Township grants non-inclusive Cable Franchise Agreements to Cable
Service Vendors (currently COMCAST and Verizon). The Township receives a 5% Franchise Fee (5% charge
on various cable fees and services) from the vendors and airing of various local programming channels as part
of the cable contract. The Township permits the cable providers to operate within the Public Right-of-Ways.
The Township is not involved in programming or rate setting for cable services.


Fines and Fees                                   2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-00-000-330???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

  003   Filing and Hearing Fees             $      6,800    $       6,997   $     15,000   $       7,000   $     15,000
  004   Animal Control Fines and Fees                 55              -              200             -              200
  005   Magistrate Fines                          39,177           32,287         30,000          32,000         32,000
  006   Local Fines                                8,674            7,812         11,000           8,500         10,000
  008   State Traffic Fine Distribution           19,979           17,579         19,000          18,000         19,000
  011   Library Fees and Fines                    27,547           26,094         29,500          28,000         29,500
  012   Cable Television Franchise Fees          260,552          297,199        290,000         299,000        300,000
Total Fines and Fees                        $    362,784    $     387,968   $    394,700   $     392,500   $    405,700




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  146                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                        RENTAL INCOME


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget
Total Rental Income                         $     67,161    $      69,622   $     74,450   $      73,400   $     82,400


RENTAL INCOME OVERVIEW

The Township receives rental income from the School District, which leases a portion of the Municipal
Building and reimburses the Township for the amount of space occupied and a proportionate share (20.5%) of
the utility expense. The current agreement expires June 30, 2014.

In an effort to improve its own emergency dispatch system for police, fire and public safety, the Township, in
1996, leased land to Crown Communications for the purpose of erecting a 350 foot communications tower to
replace the 180 foot Township owned communications tower. The Township was provided six antennae
positions on the new tower and $140,000 of new radio equipment. Crown provided these services along with an
annual lease amount of $2,400 in exchange for the commercial use of the remaining antennae positions on the
new tower.


Rental Income                                    2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-00-000-340???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

  001 School District Rental                $     64,761    $      67,222   $     72,050   $      71,000   $     80,000
      (rent plus utilities)
  002 Boyce Road Radio Tower Rental                2,400            2,400          2,400           2,400          2,400
Total Rental Income                         $     67,161    $      69,622   $     74,450   $      73,400   $     82,400




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  147                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                 GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                        INTEREST INCOME


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Total Interest on Investments               $    178,436    $      97,481   $    125,000   $      30,000   $     30,000


INTEREST INCOME OVERVIEW

Through careful cash flow planning and a prudent investment policy, Upper St. Clair attempts to achieve
maximum return on investment of idle cash. In accordance with the Upper St. Clair Township Code,
investments are permitted in Federal treasury notes, bank or savings and loan certificates of deposit, and insured
or collateralized money funds. During 2009, the investment rates available to the Township began at 1.75% in
January and steadily decreased to .65% in December. The 2010 Budget anticipates that interest rates will
remain in the range of .65% to 2.0% and that there will be additional cash flow due to a 1.20 mill increase in the
Real Estate Tax rate.


Interest on Investments                          2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-00-000-345???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

  001 Interest on Investments               $    178,436    $      97,481   $    125,000   $      30,000   $     30,000

Total Interest on Investments               $    178,436    $      97,481   $    125,000   $      30,000   $     30,000




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                                               GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                    SERVICE AGREEMENTS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget
Total Service Agreements                    $    256,998    $     168,749   $    169,817   $     188,345   $    172,067


SERVICE AGREEMENTS OVERVIEW

The Township has entered into a number of agreements where it provides service to other jurisdictions or
organizations for a fee. This group of accounts shows the estimated revenue anticipated under these agreements
in 2010.

Snow and Ice Removal
By agreement, the State of Pennsylvania and the Upper St. Clair School District reimburse the Township for
costs associated with snow and ice removal on State roads and School District property. (See "Public Works -
Snow and Ice Control")

Peters Township Service Agreement
By agreement, Peters Township reimburses Upper St. Clair for a portion of the operation expenses of the Brush
Run Pump Station, which services a small area of that community (See "Sanitary Sewer Fund")

Tax Collection Service Agreement
The Township and the School District have entered into a joint tax collection agreement. The Township Tax
Office collects taxes for both bodies under a shared cost arrangement. The tax collection agreement was
renewed until December 31, 2012 and only reimburses the Township for staff personnel costs, office space
costs and data processing costs. The School District is invoiced separately for any costs of the Jordan Tax
Service contract that is directly applicable to the School District.

PennDOT Road Maintenance Agreement
The Township and PennDOT have entered into an agreement under which the Township will perform certain
maintenance functions on state roads for a service fee. Under the agreement, responsibility for state road
maintenance continues to rest with PennDOT. The Township acts as PennDOT's independent contractor for
such functions as pothole patching, drainage cleaning, sign maintenance and guide rail maintenance. (See
“Public Works - Street Maintenance”)


Service Agreements                               2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-00-000-350???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

  001 Snow and Ice Control                  $    115,039    $     120,485   $    121,500   $     122,000   $    123,000
  002 Peters Township Service                      1,731            1,897          1,950           2,681          2,700
  004 School District Tax                        127,094           31,140         31,140          31,140         31,140
      Collection Agreement
  007 PennDot Road Mte. Agreement                 13,134           15,227         15,227          32,524         15,227
    Total Service Agreements                $    256,998    $     168,749   $    169,817   $     188,345   $    172,067



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                                                 GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                    RECREATION PROGRAM FEES


                                                    2007             2008            2009            2009           2010
                                                   Actual           Actual          Budget         Estimate        Budget
Total Recreation Program Fees                  $    392,786    $     458,502    $    349,160   $     326,868   $    340,100


RECREATION PROGRAM FEES OVERVIEW

This group of revenue accounts provides estimated receipts for 2010 Recreation programs and tennis and golf
course maintenance and supervision. Recreation program expenses, excluding tennis and golf course
maintenance expenses, total $316,537. Revenues do not cover administration costs and capital expenses
required by the programming.


Recreation Program Fees                             2007             2008            2009            2009           2010
01-00-000-367???-000                               Actual           Actual          Budget         Estimate        Budget

  002   Football Training                      $     10,070    $      10,085    $      9,500   $      10,416   $     10,500
  003   Aerobics/Dance & Exercise                    36,169           53,738          12,500          20,000         15,000
  006   Ski Program                                   2,215           (2,450)          2,000             -              -
  007   Soccer Programs                               6,555            5,866           6,500           4,280          6,000
  008   Softball                                     16,705           21,585          22,340          15,664         18,000
  011   Summer Playground &                          44,986           40,579          40,000          32,000         38,000
        Cultural Art Program
  013   Older Adults                                  1,798              930             500             250            500
  014   Golf Course*                                 12,339           10,571           8,850           9,500         10,000
  015   Tennis Program*                              40,288           22,027          26,395          18,000         22,000
  017   Swim Program                                  5,921            3,481           1,300             731            -
  018   Golf Lesson                                   4,794            4,740           5,175           4,500          5,000
  020   Summer Music Program                          6,700            8,217           7,500           8,278          8,300
  021   Tennis Bubble Fees**                         89,854          172,030         125,000         120,000        125,000
  022   Miscellaneous Self Supporting                59,617           53,270          25,500          25,000         25,000
  023   Youth Basketball                             50,595           50,903          53,000          55,000         53,500
  028   Instructional Baseball                        4,180            2,930           3,100           3,249          3,300
Total Recreation Program Fees                  $    392,786    $     458,502    $    349,160   $     326,868   $    340,100

*These programs are included in the Public Works Department Budget.
**Additional revenue generated by this program will be used to amortize the capital cost of two (2) tennis
bubbles which were constructed in 1999 & 2008 respectively.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                     150                                        2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                    OTHER NON-TAX REVENUE


                                                     2007               2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                    Actual             Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget
Total Other Non-Tax Revenue                     $    807,144       $    800,540   $    711,000   $     711,671   $    777,853



OTHER NON-TAX REVENUE OVERVIEW

This group of revenue accounts provides estimates for receipts in the following miscellaneous categories:

Sale of Maps and Documents
Copies of maps, ordinances, and other records are sold to the public at prices calculated to cover the costs of
reproduction.

Facility Fees
Fees to cover the cost of janitorial services are charged to groups using municipal facilities such as the
Recreation Center on McLaughlin Run Road.

Library State Grant
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania provides annual funding to qualifying libraries.

Library Copier Revenue
The copier located in the Library is available for public use at a cost of fifteen cents (.15) per copy.

State Pension Grant
Under the Pension Reform Act, Act 205, the Township receives an allocation from the State of Pennsylvania for
each full time employee in the pension plan. Funds are deposited into the pension plans based on actuarial
funding requirements.

Health Insurance Reimbursements
All full-time employees contribute 5% or 10% towards their PPOBlue plan premiums through a bi-weekly
withholding. The respective percentage deduction depends on the employee’s hire date.

Currently, Police Officers and members of the Teamsters Local 205 do not contribute towards their plan
premiums. Beginning in 2011, members of the Teamsters Local 205 will make a contribution towards their
plan premiums.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                    151                                          2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
REVENUES                                    OTHER NON-TAX REVENUE


Other Non-Tax Revenue                               2007               2008           2009            2009           2010
01-00-000-??????-000                               Actual             Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

  370011   Library State Grant                 $    103,222       $    110,942   $    110,000   $      98,773   $     70,545
  370013   State Pension Grant                      396,537            401,301        460,000         404,886        440,000
  370014   Recycling Program/Grant                   25,081             30,166         31,500           1,000         17,500
  370027   D.A.R.E Program Reimb.                     1,620              5,389            -             2,466            -
  380001   Maps, Documents & Police Rpts              9,352              8,358          6,500           6,500          6,500
  380010   Facility Fees                                  26               163          5,000           6,000          6,000
  380012   Library Copier/Printer Revenue             1,310              2,385          4,500           4,800          5,000
  380022   Employee Health Ins. Reimb.               26,729             32,659         32,000          46,650         62,000
  380024   MPOETC Training Grant                     11,790             10,807         11,500          11,000         11,500
  380026   COBRA Insurance Payments                   7,132              7,675            -             8,000          8,500
  380027   MRM Workers Comp. Dividends               46,513             44,288            -            38,596            -
  380028   MEIT Insurance Subsidy                       -               45,887            -               -           70,308
  380040   Public Works Scrap Metal Rev.              5,113              7,882            -             8,000          5,000
  380099   Miscellaneous Revenue                    172,719             92,638         50,000          75,000         75,000

Total Other Non-Tax Revenue                    $    807,144       $    800,540   $    711,000   $     711,671   $    777,853




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                                               GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                     GENERAL GOVERNMENT


                                                  2007              2008        2009              2009          2010
                                                 Actual            Actual      Budget           Estimate       Budget

General Government Expenditures

    Personal Services                        $    988,510     $ 1,166,961    $ 1,094,320    $     936,844    $ 1,101,640
    Contractual Services                          720,259         555,295        595,425          581,687        609,500
    Commodities                                    33,083          51,709         43,250           39,676         48,000
    Distributed Costs                            (218,292)       (222,154)      (286,934)        (237,236)      (300,940)
Total General Government Expenditures        $ 1,523,560      $ 1,551,811    $ 1,446,061    $ 1,320,971      $ 1,458,200


GENERAL GOVERNMENT OVERVIEW

The Township of Upper St. Clair’s General Government consists of seven (7) departments: the Board of
Commissioners, Administration, the Finance Office, Tax Collection, Legal Services, Information and
Technology, and Cable 7 Television. For specific information on each department please refer to the
department sections following the summary section.

2009 DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    •   Received the Certificate of Achievement Award for Excellence in Financial Reporting (CAFR) for year
        ending December 31, 2008 from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) of America
    •   Received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the 2009 Budget from GFOA
    •   Received a DEP Recycling and Implementation Grant in the amount of $16,525
    •   Received a RAD Grant in the amount of $419,000
    •   Revamped budget process to allow for more input from the Board of Commissioners and created a more
        reader friendly document
    •   Further implemented AccuFund software to include Department’s involvement with the Human
        Resources database

2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

    •   To seek additional funding sources and complete construction of the Boyce Perimeter Trail
    •   To Negotiate new Cable TV Franchise Renewal contract with COMCAST
    •   To Negotiate Insurance Broker contract for the next three (3) years
    •   To Negotiate with auditing firms for next three (3) years
    •   To continue to participate in the GFOA CAFR and Distinguished Budget Award Programs
    •   To implement $385,000 2010 funding from RAD for Boyce Mayview Park
    •   To Seek continued grant support from RAD for Boyce Mayview Park
    •   To fully implement the AccuFund modules for the Township Library and for Tri-Community South
        Emergency Medical Services Department
    •   To Assist with fundraising for Veterans Memorial Park
    •   To Negotiate new collective bargaining agreement with the Upper St. Clair Police Association
    •   To Implement new e-cycling ordinance in the Township
    •   To Improve Human Resource support to the Community & Recreation Center
Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                    155                                      2010 Adopted Budget
                                               GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                     GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

General Government Expenditures                   2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-10-101-500 TO 01-10-107-500                   Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                         $    702,661    $     850,654   $    751,897   $     650,289   $    739,124
 110 Overtime Wages                                    27               30            800              50            800
 120 Part-Time Wages                               11,558           12,617         14,035          13,560         13,967
 130 Elected Officials Salaries                     8,400            8,400          8,400           8,400          8,400
 162 Group Life Insurance                           6,310            7,055          8,021           7,145          8,074
 163 Medical Insurance                            136,483          154,698        176,841         135,124        194,747
 164 Workmen's Compensation                         4,251            3,844          3,818           4,441          4,525
 166 Pension Costs                                 55,947           58,417         60,096          55,076         61,686
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                  3,271            4,063          4,862           4,478          5,002
 168 Post Retirement Plan                           7,100            7,117          7,000           6,850          7,000
 198 Social Security Expense                       52,502           60,066         58,550          51,431         58,315

         Total Personal Services             $    988,510    $ 1,166,961     $ 1,094,320    $     936,844   $ 1,101,640

Contractual Services
 210 Professional Legal Services             $    276,642    $     188,163   $    170,000   $     205,000   $    175,000
 212 Professional Auditing Services                17,150           17,759         18,350          16,350         18,400
 220 Liability Insurance                           13,120           12,595         13,000          13,031         13,100
 223 Tax Collection Bonds                           3,704            6,562          5,250           6,488          6,600
 230 Association Dues                              22,697           27,735         23,450          27,851         29,000
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                   25,817           20,826         28,750          25,000         31,000
 243 Utilities-Telephone                           22,297           20,684         25,500          16,500         18,000
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                        37,522           38,212         50,050          44,525         50,050
      Office Equipment
 263 Office Equipment Rental                          -                -              100             -              100
 274 Services-Legal Advertisement                  20,789           18,784         15,500          15,000         16,000
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating                3,234              572          3,000           1,692          3,000
 278 Services-Postal                                5,795            8,503         11,000          11,200         11,500
 280 Mileage Reimbursement                            349              485            750             550            750
 290 Other Contractual Services                   267,886          189,592        209,225         194,000        215,500
 291 Real Estate Appraisal Services                 2,655              746          2,000           1,000          2,000
 292 Volunteer Boards & Commissions
      Recognition Expense                            -               3,946          7,500           3,000          7,500
 299 Internet Connection Services                    602               131         12,000             500         12,000

         Total Contractual Services          $    720,259    $     555,295   $    595,425   $     581,687   $    609,500




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                                               GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                     GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES (Continued)

                                                  2007               2008               2009                2009            2010
                                                 Actual             Actual             Budget             Estimate         Budget

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment            $          -      $        3,400      $        3,650     $       2,650    $      3,650
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                      12,007            11,963              13,300            13,476          13,300
 302 Books, Periodicals & Subscript.                  1,562             2,405               2,750             2,250           2,750
 303 Tapes                                              -                 -                 1,200             1,200           1,200
 304 Publicity Material                                 288             7,172               1,100               100           1,100
 390 Other Supplies                                  19,226            26,769              21,250            20,000          26,000

         Total Commodities                   $       33,083    $       51,709      $       43,250     $      39,676    $     48,000

Distributed Costs
 601 Dist. Vehicle Costs                     $      6,065      $       6,277       $      6,494       $       6,494    $      9,774
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs                 (224,357)          (228,431)          (293,428)           (243,730)       (310,714)

         Total Distributed Costs             $ (218,292)       $ (222,154)         $ (286,934)        $ (237,236)      $ (300,940)
Total General Government Expenditures        $ 1,523,560       $ 1,551,811         $ 1,446,061        $ 1,320,971      $ 1,458,200




                                  GENERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES




                     $1,600,000




                     $1,200,000
           DOLLARS




                      $800,000




                      $400,000
                                   2007      2008              2009              2009                2010
                                  Actual    Actual            Budget            Estimate            Budget




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                                                           GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                                 GENERAL GOVERNMENT



                                                 General Government Expenditure Trends
                                                               1991-2010

                     $1,800,000

                     $1,600,000

                     $1,400,000

                     $1,200,000
           DOLLARS




                     $1,000,000

                      $800,000

                      $600,000

                      $400,000

                      $200,000

                          $-
                                  1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                 YEARS




SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

General Fund Revenue Breakdown

How much tax revenue does it take to operate the General Government department?


  Net Expenditures*                                                                              $895,205

    How many real estate tax mills?                                            0.25            $407,795

    Earned Income Tax per $100?                                     $          5.41            $411,229

    Percentage of Other Taxes?                                              0.46%                $76,182


*Net Expenditures are the total expenditures for the department less direct applicable funding streams such as
department specific fees, grants, and portions of the State pension grant.

Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                                  158                                            2010 Adopted Budget
                                               GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                     GENERAL GOVERNMENT


Administrative Vehicles

                                                           Mileage                       Anticipated
                                                         (as of 10-01- Age in            Replacement
           Asset Tag       Year Make          Model           09)      Years Condition      Year

   Passenger Vehicles
   1     2004 042           2004 Chevy        Tahoe            51,446   6     Good       Rotation Vehicle
   2     2007 070           2007 Ford        Explorer          24,643   3    Excellent        2013
    3    2008 020           2008 Ford        Explorer          13,695   2    Excellent        2014
    4    2003 056           2003 Ford        Explorer          48,384   7      Poor      Rotation Vehicle
   5     2001 047           2002 Ford        Explorer         104,121   8      Poor      Rotation Vehicle
   6     2002 056           2002 Chevy        Tahoe           129,945   8      Poor      Rotation Vehicle
   7     2009 021           2001 Chevy       PU Truck          85,148   9      Poor      Rotation Vehicle




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BOARD OF                                       GENERAL FUND
COMMISSIONERS                               GENERAL GOVERNMENT


                                                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Board of Commissioners Expenditures

    Personal Services                        $      9,043    $       9,043   $      9,043   $       9,043   $      9,043
    Contractual Services                           30,266           34,419         40,400          34,892         40,500
    Commodities                                     2,752            1,522          3,000           1,500          3,000
Total Board of Comm. Expenditures            $     42,061    $      44,984   $     52,443   $      45,435   $     52,543


BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OVERVIEW

The Township of Upper St. Clair is a Home Rule Municipality located in Allegheny County of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As a Home Rule Municipality, a locally drafted Charter adopted by the voters
of Upper St. Clair governs the Township.

Through a Commission/Manager form of government, the Charter provides for a clear distinction between
policy-making functions and administrative functions. The policy-making functions of the Township are the
primary responsibility of the Board of Commissioners. The Board of Commissioners consists of seven
members, two of whom are elected at large, and five of whom are elected by wards. The Board of
Commissioners takes action by adopting local laws (ordinances), resolutions and motions at public meetings
held not less than once monthly. The Board of Commissioners is responsible for the adoption of the annual
budget and the appointment of the Township Manager.

Section 306 of the Charter provides that members will receive salaries not to exceed $2,000 per annum so long
as the Township's population is less than 25,000. The current compensation is $1,200 per annum. The Board
of Commissioners could vote to increase salaries to $2,000 per annum for newly elected officials taking office
in 2012.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   163                                       2010 Adopted Budget
BOARD OF                                       GENERAL FUND
COMMISSIONERS                               GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE


                                                 Citizens

                                             Board of Commissioners
                                                Elected Officials

                                                     Appoints



        Township Attorney                     Township Manager                   Township Engineer
     Irving S. Firman, Esquire               Matthew R. Serakowski           Ruthann L. Omer, (Retained)




                                               Township Boards &
                                                 Commissions




                             Board of Commissioners                    Ward
                             Charles E. Mertz, Jr., President            4
                             Karen M. McElhinny, Vice President       At Large
                             Kenneth L. Brown                            2
                             Glenn R. Dandoy                          At Large
                             Russell R. Del Re                           5
                             Robert W. Orchowski                         3
                             Preston W. Shimer                           1


                             Township Boards & Commissions
                             Building and Fire Codes Appeals and Advisory Board
                             Civil Service Board
                             Library Board
                             Municipal Authority
                             Parks and Recreation Board
                             Planning Commission
                             Zoning Hearing Board


Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania               164                              2010 Adopted Budget
BOARD OF                                       GENERAL FUND
COMMISSIONERS                               GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Board of Commissioners Expenditures               2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-10-101-500???-000                             Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 130 Elected Officials Salaries              $      8,400    $       8,400   $      8,400   $       8,400   $      8,400
       Seven Commissioners @ $1200
 198 Social Security Expense                         643              643            643             643            643

         Total Personal Services             $      9,043    $       9,043   $      9,043   $       9,043   $      9,043

Contractual Services
 220 Liability Insurance                     $     13,120    $      12,595   $     13,000   $      13,031   $     13,100
      Public Official Liability Policy
 230 Association Dues                               7,252            7,861          7,900           7,861          7,900
      PA League of Cities
 231 Travel & Conference Expense
      PA League of Cities
      Allegheny League of Muns.
      Allegheny Cnty. Borough Assoc.
      National League Of Cities                     9,894           10,017         12,000          11,000         12,000
 292 Volunteer Boards & Commissions
      Recognition Expense                             -              3,946          7,500           3,000          7,500

         Total Contractual Services          $     30,266    $      34,419   $     40,400   $      34,892   $     40,500

Commodities
 390 Other Supplies                          $      2,752    $       1,522   $      3,000   $       1,500   $      3,000

         Total Commodities                   $      2,752    $       1,522   $      3,000   $       1,500   $      3,000
Total Board of Comm. Expenditures            $     42,061    $      44,984   $     52,443   $      45,435   $     52,543


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for the Board of Commissioners are $100 more than appropriated in 2009.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   165                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                               GENERAL FUND
ADMINISTRATION                              GENERAL GOVERNMENT


                                                  2007             2008             2009             2009             2010
                                                 Actual           Actual           Budget          Estimate          Budget

Administration Expenditures

    Personal Services                        $    479,968    $     659,825     $    556,104    $      491,694    $    516,886
    Contractual Services                           99,797          103,618          109,100            96,050         107,850
    Commodities                                    23,338           42,876           28,250            26,900          30,500
    Distributed Costs                              43,458           51,362           42,720            36,584          47,210
Total Administration Expenditures            $    646,561    $     857,681     $    736,174    $      651,228    $    702,446


GENERAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW

The Township Administrative Staff has the dual function of providing professional support to the Board of
Commissioners and supervising all other departments of the Township. This work is accomplished by the
Township Manager, Assistant Township Manager, three (3) full-time administrative assistants, one (1) office
assistant and one (1) part-time secretary. Part-time interns who are working on public administration degrees at
local universities augment the staff. The employment of interns expands the capabilities of the professional
staff and at the same time provides on-the-job experience to potential municipal managers at little cost to the
Township.

This department includes an allocation for South Hills Area Council of Governments (SHACOG) membership
dues. Major areas in which Upper St. Clair and other communities cooperate through SHACOG include: data
collection; joint purchasing; and a credit union. There are many other opportunities for reducing the cost of
government through joint cooperation with neighboring municipalities. Other organizations allocated through
this department include Pennsylvania League of Cities and Municipalities (PLCM) and Chartiers Valley District
Flood Control Authority. It is recommended that the Township continue support of these organizations.

This department provides services for several other departments including grant applications, human resources,
personnel functions, fleet logs, insurance management, vendor contracts, minutes of all Board of
Commissioners and Informational and General Affairs Meetings, copying and office supplies.

DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

             Position Title                  Pay Grade              Minimum             Maximum               2010 Positions
Township Manager                                 1                  $113,405            $158,765                    1
Assistant Township Manager/Director
of Administration                                  2                 $92,955             $130,135                    1
Executive Assistant - Office of the
Township Manager                                   6                 $41,960                $58,745                  1
Administrative Assistant                           7                 $34,395                $48,150                  2
Office Assistant                                   8                 $22,930                $40,125                  1
Total                                                                                                                6


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                                               GENERAL FUND
ADMINISTRATION                              GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE (Continued)

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Administration Department
for 2010 are as follows:


                                                   Township Manager
                                                  Matthew R. Serakowski



                          Executive Assistant –
                           Township Manager
                             Cynthia Kane



                                              Asst. Township Manager/
                                                                                            Liaison
                                               Dir. of Administration
                                                                                    All Department Directors
                                                 Mark S. Mansfield



                      Administrative Assistants                      Township Receptionist/Office
                      Deborah A. Bakowski (1.0)                               Assistant
                          Diana Pifer (.5)                             Karen Kutschbach (.8)




Budgetary Allocations
Certain Township employees have responsibilities outside of their primary department. A budgetary allocation
for Administrative employee’s wages and benefits has been made as follows:

Position Title                              Administration        Finance       Comm. Dev.     Sanitary Sewer
Township Manager                                70%                  n/a            n/a             30%
Office Assistant                                80%                 20%             n/a              n/a
Departmental Secretary                          40%                  n/a           60%               n/a




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  167                                2010 Adopted Budget
                                               GENERAL FUND
ADMINISTRATION                              GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Administration Expenditures                       2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-10-102-500???-000                             Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                         $    343,521    $     502,434   $    380,805   $     341,000   $    352,727
 110 Overtime Wages                                    27               30            800              50            800
 120 Part-Time Wages                               11,558           12,617         14,035          13,560         13,967
 162 Group Life Insurance                           3,073            3,543          4,110           3,744          3,835
 163 Medical Insurance                             61,034           69,030         86,604          68,100         78,765
 164 Workmen's Compensation                         2,229            2,040          1,994           2,365          2,222
 166 Pension Costs                                 28,726           31,331         31,715          30,000         30,742
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                  1,613            2,044          2,375           2,347          2,315
 168 Post Retirement Plan                           3,400            3,517          3,400           3,400          3,400
 198 Social Security Expense                       24,787           33,239         30,266          27,128         28,113

         Total Personal Services             $    479,968    $     659,825   $    556,104   $     491,694   $    516,886

Contractual Services
 230 Association Dues                        $     14,570    $      18,869   $     14,500   $      19,000   $     20,000
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                    9,845            5,191          9,750           8,000         10,000
 243 Utilities-Telephone                           22,297           20,684         25,500          16,500         18,000
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                         4,088            4,310          5,000           4,500          5,000
      Office Equipment
 263 Office Equipment Rental                          -                -              100             -              100
 274 Services-Legal Advertisement                  20,789           18,784         15,500          15,000         16,000
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating                2,220              472          1,000             500          1,000
 278 Services-Postal                                5,373            7,697         10,000          10,000         10,000
 280 Mileage Reimbursement                            349              485            750             550            750
 290 Other Contractual Services                    20,266           27,126         27,000          22,000         27,000

         Total Contractual Services          $     99,797    $     103,618   $    109,100   $      96,050   $    107,850

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment            $        -      $       2,012   $      2,000   $       2,000   $      2,000
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                    10,290           10,659         11,000          10,500         11,000
 302 Books, Periodicals & Subscript.                1,214            1,395          1,500           1,400          1,500
 304 Publicity Material                               288            7,172          1,000             -            1,000
 390 Other Supplies                                11,546           21,638         12,750          13,000         15,000

         Total Commodities                   $     23,338    $      42,876   $     28,250   $      26,900   $     30,500




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   168                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                               GENERAL FUND
ADMINISTRATION                              GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES (Continued)

                                                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Distributed Costs
 601 Dist. Vehicle Costs                     $      6,065    $       6,277   $      6,494   $       6,494   $      9,774
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs                   37,393           45,085         36,226          30,090         37,436

         Total Distributed Costs             $     43,458    $      51,362   $     42,720   $      36,584   $     47,210
Total Administration Expenditures            $    646,561    $     857,681   $    736,174   $     651,228   $    702,446


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for General Government Administration are $33,728, or 4.6% less than those appropriated in
2009. The decrease was achieved by maintaining year end 2009 staffing levels and not filling a vacated 2009
budgeted position.




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   169                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                   GENERAL FUND
FINANCE OFFICE                                  GENERAL GOVERNMENT


                                                        2007             2008                2009               2009                 2010
                                                       Actual           Actual              Budget            Estimate              Budget

Finance Office Expenditures

    Personal Services                              $    187,214    $        203,450    $      152,557     $     157,480         $    183,164
    Contractual Services                                 38,388              38,979            35,500            38,675               42,550
    Commodities                                           5,202               4,965             6,500             7,000                7,500
    Distributed Costs                                    14,382              15,029            18,113            15,045               14,974
Total Finance Office Expenditures                  $    245,186    $        262,423    $      212,670     $     218,200         $    248,188


FINANCE OFFICE OVERVIEW

The Director of Finance is responsible for the total operation of the Finance Office and Tax Collection.
The Finance Office is responsible for the following functions:

    •   Budget preparation and expenditure control                            •   Coordination of independent audit activity
    •   Financial reporting and projecting                                    •   Debt management
    •   Administering Payroll for the Township and                            •   Insurance management
        Tri-Community South EMS                                               •   Investment of idle funds
    •   Purchasing systems                                                    •   Pension plan administration
    •   Preparation of all payroll and expenditure                            •   Property and inventory control
        vouchers                                                              •   Staff assistance to the Township Manager's
    •   Administration of lien programs                                           office

                                                          ___________


DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS

                                                                                                                     Increase/
                       Performance Measures                        2007               2008              2009        (Decrease)
        Effectiveness
         Consecutive Years Receiving GFOA Certificate                  20              21                22               n/a
           of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting
         Consecutive Years Receiving GFOA Distinguished                 0               0                 1               n/a
           Budget Presentation Award

        Workload
         Checks                                                    6,234              6,425             6,909         484
         Payroll Direct Deposits                                   3,347              3,750             3,899         149
         Percentage of Paychecks deposited via Direct Deposit      66.3%              70.9%             59.9%        -11.0%
         Vouchers                                                  7,289              8,073             7,382         (691)
         Timesheets                                                5,052              5,289             6,513        1,224
         Accounts Receivable Invoices                               545                575               546           (29)
         Deposits                                                  1,978              2,260             2,820         560



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                         170                                               2010 Adopted Budget
                                               GENERAL FUND
FINANCE OFFICE                              GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Finance and Tax Collection
Departments for 2010 are as follows:


                                                 Director of Finance                          Contracted Tax
                                                August G. Stache, Jr.                       Collection Services
                                                                                            Jordan Tax Service




                      Admin./Office Assistant
                      Karen Kutschbach (.2)
                         Diana Pifer (.5)




            Budget & Finance                                            Payroll & Finance
                Accountant                                                 Accountant
           J. Andrew McCreery                                            Bonnie Antonelli




             Position Title                 Pay Grade        Minimum            Maximum          2010 Positions
   Director of Finance                          3             $76,190           $106,670               1
   Budget and Finance Accountant                7             $34,395            $48,150               1
   Payroll and Finance Accountant               8             $22,930            $40,125               1
   Total                                                                                               3


Budgetary Allocations
Certain Township employees have responsibilities outside of their primary department. A budgetary allocation
for Finance employee’s wages and benefits has been made as follows:

Position Title                       Administration     Finance     Tax Collection Sanitary Sewer         C&RC
Director of Finance                       n/a             55%           25%            17.5%               2.5%
Budget and Finance Accountant             n/a             63%           10%            20.0%               7.5%
Payroll and Finance Accountant            n/a             80%            5%              5%                10%
Office Assistant                         80%              20%            n/a             n/a                n/a



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                                               GENERAL FUND
FINANCE OFFICE                              GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Finance Office Expenditures                       2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-10-103-500???-000                             Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                         $    134,336    $     142,737   $    112,522   $     111,490   $    126,018
 162 Group Life Insurance                           1,164            1,445          1,098           1,231          1,376
 163 Medical Insurance                             29,032           34,629         20,225          24,192         32,663
 164 Workmen's Compensation                           739              743            518             768            764
 166 Pension Costs                                 10,191           11,177          8,578           9,549         10,782
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                    558              833            656             771            821
 168 Post Retirement Plan                           1,000            1,100          1,100             950          1,100
 198 Social Security Expense                       10,194           10,786          7,860           8,529          9,640

         Total Personal Services             $    187,214    $     203,450   $    152,557   $     157,480   $    183,164

Contractual Services
 212 Professional Auditing Services          $     14,650    $      16,459   $     17,000   $      15,000   $     17,000
 230 Association Dues                                 875            1,005          1,000             990          1,050
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                    3,446            5,618          2,000           3,500          4,000
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                        15,205            8,493          8,500           8,493          8,500
        Office Equipment
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating                1,014              100          2,000           1,192          2,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                     3,198            7,304          5,000           9,500         10,000

         Total Contractual Services          $     38,388    $      38,979   $     35,500   $      38,675   $     42,550

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment            $        -      $         276   $      1,000   $         -     $        -
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                     1,416            1,105          1,500           2,300          1,500
 302 Books, Periodicals & Subscript.                  273              946          1,000             700          1,000
 390 Other Supplies                                 3,513            2,638          3,000           4,000          5,000

         Total Commodities                   $      5,202    $       4,965   $      6,500   $       7,000   $      7,500

Distributed Costs
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs             $     14,382    $      15,029   $     18,113   $      15,045   $     14,974

         Total Distributed Costs             $     14,382    $      15,029   $     18,113   $      15,045   $     14,974
Total Finance Office Expenditures            $    245,186    $     262,423   $    212,670   $     218,200   $    248,188


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for the Finance Office are $35,518 or 16.7% more than appropriated in 2009 mainly due to
changes in personnel cost allocations.



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                                                GENERAL FUND
TAX COLLECTION                               GENERAL GOVERNMENT


                                                      2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                     Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Tax Collection Expenditures

    Personal Services                            $     79,071    $      44,276   $     43,448   $      41,826   $     44,855
    Contractual Services                              203,201          136,620        135,000         135,370        138,900
    Commodities                                           938            1,670            700             576          2,200
    Distributed Costs                                  11,506           12,023         14,490          12,036         11,231
Total Tax Collection Expenditures                $    294,716    $     194,589   $    193,638   $     189,808   $    197,186


TAX COLLECTION OVERVIEW

Since 1978, the Home Rule Charter has required the Township Manager or his designated representative to
assume the responsibility for tax collection in the Township. The Township Manager delegates this
responsibility to the Director of Finance and to Jordan Tax Service.

Under an agreement with the Upper St. Clair School District, the Township Tax Office collects taxes for the School
District, as well as the Township. In 2008, the Township agreed to a new five (5) year contract with Jordan Tax
Service to collect these taxes.
                                                 ____________


DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS

Collection Summary as of November 30th of 2008 and 2009

                                    Approximate                School District                 Township
            Taxes                  No. of Accounts                 Amount                       Amount
                                                           Nov-08          Nov-09       Nov-08         Nov-09
Real Estate Tax                          7,560           $ 34,048,806 $ 35,510,406 $ 4,143,041 $ 5,446,889
Earned Income Tax                       13,600              4,375,486       4,533,925    6,985,725      7,246,123
Local Services Tax (Twp)                5,700                      n/a              n/a    212,673        221,484
Mercantile Tax (SD)                       76                  178,907          159,036          n/a            n/a
Total                                                    $ 38,603,199 $ 40,203,367 $ 11,341,439 $ 12,914,496

The estimated total taxes collected for the Township in 2009 is $13,313,490. The estimated total cost of
operating the tax collection office in 2009 is $189,808. Also in 2009, the School District will reimburse the
Township $31,140 (see "General Fund Revenue-Service Agreements") for ongoing collection services held in
the Township Municipal Building. The total net expenditures of $158,668 represent 1.19% of the estimated
total taxes collected for 2009.

For 2010, the budgeted total taxes collected are $15,376,570 and net expenditures are budgeted at $166,046,
which represents 1.08% of budgeted total taxes collected.


Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                       173                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                               GENERAL FUND
TAX COLLECTION                              GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Tax Collection Expenditures                       2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-10-104-500???-000                             Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                         $     56,674    $      32,080   $     31,593   $      30,420   $     31,997
 162 Group Life Insurance                             530              322            342             332            352
 163 Medical Insurance                             11,546            5,624          5,286           4,949          6,123
 164 Workmen's Compensation                           318              165            160             190            194
 166 Pension Costs                                  4,723            2,956          2,948           2,899          3,033
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                    307              186            202             209            208
 168 Post Retirement Plan                             700              500            500             500            500
 198 Social Security Expense                        4,273            2,443          2,417           2,327          2,448

         Total Personal Services             $     79,071    $      44,276   $     43,448   $      41,826   $     44,855

Contractual Services
 212 Professional Auditing Services          $      2,500    $       1,300   $      1,350   $       1,350   $      1,400
 223 Tax Collector Bond                             3,704            6,562          5,250           6,488          6,600
 230 Association Dues                                 -                -               50             -               50
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                           326              329            350             332            350
      Office Equipment
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating                  -                -              -               -              -
 278 Postage Expense                                  422              806          1,000           1,200          1,500
 290 Other Contractual Services                   193,594          126,877        125,000         125,000        127,000
 291 Real Estate Appraisal Services                 2,655              746          2,000           1,000          2,000

         Total Contractual Services          $    203,201    $     136,620   $    135,000   $     135,370   $    138,900

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment            $       -       $       1,112   $       -      $        -      $      1,000
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                      -                  78           200              76             200
 390 Other Supplies                                  938               480           500             500           1,000

         Total Commodities                   $       938     $       1,670   $       700    $        576    $      2,200

Distributed Costs
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs             $     11,506    $      12,023   $     14,490   $      12,036   $     11,231

         Total Distributed Costs             $     11,506    $      12,023   $     14,490   $      12,036   $     11,231
Total Tax Collection Expenditures            $    294,716    $     194,589   $    193,638   $     189,808   $    197,186

BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Tax Collection are $3,548 more than appropriated in 2009. This is due to an increase in
personnel costs.



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   174                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                               GENERAL FUND
LEGAL SERVICES                              GENERAL GOVERNMENT


                                                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Legal Services Expenditures

    Contractual Services                     $    295,036    $     192,134   $    186,000   $     212,500   $    190,000
Total Legal Services Expenditures            $    295,036    $     192,134   $    186,000   $     212,500   $    190,000

LEGAL SERVICES OVERVIEW

The Township Attorney who is appointed by the Board of Commissioners provides legal services. The
Attorney provides all major services on a retainer basis. Any service beyond the major services covered by the
retainer is billed on an hourly basis.

The Township Attorney provides legal advice for all Township departments. The Board of Commissioners, the
Planning Commission, the Department of Community Development, the Police Department, the Tax Collection
Office, the Civil Service Board and the Township Manager requires legal services. Outside legal counsel is
needed for the Civil Service and the Zoning Hearing Board due to the quasi-judicial responsibilities of these
Boards.

DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Legal Services Expenditures                       2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-10-105-500???-000                             Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 210 Professional Legal Services             $    276,642    $     188,163   $    170,000   $     205,000   $    175,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                    18,394            3,971         16,000           7,500         15,000

         Total Contractual Services          $    295,036    $     192,134   $    186,000   $     212,500   $    190,000
Total Legal Services Expenditures            $    295,036    $     192,134   $    186,000   $     212,500   $    190,000

BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Legal Services are $4,000 more than appropriated in 2009. Expenses for legal services
expenses for the past ten (10) years have been as follows:

                                    Year    Amount               Year     Amount
                                     2000 $   227,156              2005 $   180,119
                                      2001    128,353              2006     174,564
                                      2002    182,347              2007     295,036
                                      2003    138,141              2008     192,134
                                      2004    129,166              2009     212,500

The increases in Legal Expenses for 2007, 2008 and 2009 are mainly due to Crown Tower litigation and the
Dennis Fleeher Contracting, Inc. Sidewalk Construction case.
Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   175                                       2010 Adopted Budget
INFORMATION                                    GENERAL FUND
TECHNOLOGY                                  GENERAL GOVERNMENT


                                                  2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                 Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Information Technology Expenditures

    Personal Services                        $    233,214     $     250,367    $    271,832    $     236,801    $    283,655
    Contractual Services                           53,571            49,525          88,225           63,000          88,500
    Commodities                                       853               676           2,200            1,100           2,200
    Distributed Costs                            (287,638)         (300,568)       (362,257)        (300,901)       (374,355)
Total Information Tech. Expenditures         $        -       $         -      $        -      $         -      $        -


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW

Information Technology Services (IT) are provided by the Director and three assistants who are responsible for
keeping the Township’s computer network functional with as little disruption as possible. The Department
utilizes the most cost effective technologies to suit the needs of the Township. The efficiency of the
Department is dependant on the stability of the platforms chosen which keeps the Township at a very high
percentage of uptime. Many of the applications the IT Department supports assists the other Departments of the
Township with their initiatives as defined in the Comprehensive Plan. The IT Department also maintains and
updates the websites for the Township, the Community & Recreation Center, Tri-Community EMS, Volunteer
Fire Department and USC Today magazine. The Director is under the supervision of the Township Manager.

                                                   ____________


2009 DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

C&RC Telecommunications Implementation – Phase II (Completed Sept. 2009)
  • Installed cable from C&RC to Baker School for high speed internet connection
  • Installed phone system & link to Township telephone system
  • Installed network devices at C&RC & Township building to link buildings
  • Set up & installed individual workstations and printers
  • Set up & installed card readers/computers at entrances
  • Installed Wireless Public Network & Iprism filter

C&RC Website (Completed Oct. 2009)
  • Installed a Content Management System (CMS) database system for the web content
  • Created & Implemented design for site

Recreation CLASS Software Upgrade to 7.0 (Completed Nov. 2009)
   • Upgraded Server with latest SQL Service Pack
   • Upgraded Database to version 7.0
   • Upgraded Online Internet Registration



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                    176                                         2010 Adopted Budget
INFORMATION                                    GENERAL FUND
TECHNOLOGY                                  GENERAL GOVERNMENT


2009 DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS (Continued)

SQL Server Replacement (Completed Dec. 2009)
  • Installed new hardware for SQL server
  • Moved Cityview database to new machine
  • Upgraded & moved AccuFund database to new machine

Implemented Zenworks to secure desktops & automate software distribution (Completed July 2009)
   • Installed & tested policies
   • Installed on Police laptops & use for secure desktops
   • Installed on remaining desktop machines

Tri-Community South EMS Virtualization/Replacement of Mail Server (Complete Sept. 2009)
   • Installed new hardware
   • Installed new software & migrated users to new environment

Additional Accomplishments:
  • Implemented off site storage of backup media
  • Maintained a high level of security & uptime for our network
                                             ____________


2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Cityview Migration - (3rd Quarter 2010)
   • Rewrite all expressions
   • Test all forms & reports in version 9
   • Migrate data from version 8 to 9

    Cityview Migration Note: This project has been put on hold several times because the vendor has had
    issues with bringing Cityview 8 clients into Cityview 9. The new version is a total rewrite of the backend
    processes which has caused most of the trouble with the migration. This project is a huge undertaking not
    only because of the rewrite of the software but also because two of our major departments, Community
    Development & Police, use this software. Both departments have a tremendous amount of data, forms &
    reports.

Police Laptops – Phase II (3rd Quarter 2010)
   • Implement Cityview Web browser application. (See Cityview Migration Note Above)
   • Implement Secure Login Software to allow for single secure sign-on

Public Works Software – (4th Quarter 2010)
   • Create all necessary forms & reports in Cityview 9 (See Cityview Migration Note Above)
   • Migrate data from Geoplan



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania               177                                   2010 Adopted Budget
INFORMATION                                           GENERAL FUND
TECHNOLOGY                                         GENERAL GOVERNMENT


2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES (Continued)

Server Virtualization (Consolidating Hardware & Network Services) – (1st Quarter 2010)
   • Move all applications & files of remaining departments to the new environment.
   • Install Disaster Recovery Backup machine at the C&RC
                                              ____________

DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS

Listed below are the estimated percentages of time that the Information Technology Department will be
spending in each department in 2010 based on budgeted projects and past history. Please note that 20-25% of
one Support Technician is spent at Tri-Community South Emergency Medical Services.

                                                            2009         2009            2010      2010
                              Department                     %         Estimate           %       Budget

                    Administration                          10.0%           30,090       10.0%      37,436
                    Finance                                  5.0%           15,045       4.0%       14,974
                    Tax Office                               4.0%           12,036       3.0%       11,231
                    Police                                  15.0%           45,135       15.0%      56,153
                    Community Development                   17.5%           52,658       12.5%      46,794
                    Public Works                            12.5%           37,613       12.5%      46,794
                    Recreation                               5.0%           15,045       10.0%      37,436
                    Library                                  5.0%           15,045       5.0%       18,718
                    Sanitary Sewer Fund                     11.0%           33,099       8.0%       29,948
                    C&RC Fund                               15.0%           45,135       20.0%      74,871

                    Total Allocation                        100%           300,901       100%      374,355

The Information Technology Department is responsible for and manages the following:

                                 Support Devices                    2006          2007     2008    2009
                     Copiers & Fax Machines                          17            18       18       17
                     Desktops                                        95            95       92      105
                     PDA's, Scanners, Projectors, Digital            26            26       30       40
                     Phones                                          95            95       97      125
                     Cell Phones                                     18            19       16       19
                     Servers                                         14            22       26       27
                     Network Devices                                 42            48       48       59
                     Printers
                       Desktop Printers                             18            19         20     26
                       Network Printers                             26            31         31     31
                    Total Support Devices                           351           373       378     449

                    Network Users                                   132           122       124     149
                    Software Applications                            54            55        65      66

                    Number of Help Desk Calls                       372           468       501    969*

                    *As of December 8, 2009


Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                           178                                      2010 Adopted Budget
INFORMATION                                    GENERAL FUND
TECHNOLOGY                                  GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Information Technology
Department for 2010 are as follows:


             Position Title                 Pay Grade            Minimum    Maximum       2010 Positions
  Director of Information Technology            4                 $62,455    $87,435            1
  Database Administrator                        7                 $34,395    $48,150            1
  Network Administrator                         8                 $22,930    $40,125            1
  Support Technician I                          8                 $22,930    $40,125            1
  Total                                                                                         4




                                                Director of Information
                                                     Technology
                                                      Barbara Hull




                               Contracted Web
                                 Developer
                                 Joan Raymond




          Network Administrator                  Support Technician I       Database Administrator
                   Ed Poljak                          Travis Gregg                Amy Sommer




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  179                            2010 Adopted Budget
INFORMATION                                    GENERAL FUND
TECHNOLOGY                                  GENERAL GOVERNMENT


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Information Technology Expenditures               2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-10-106-500???-000                             Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                         $    168,130    $     173,403   $    186,577   $     167,379   $    188,382
 162 Group Life Insurance                           1,543            1,745          2,031           1,838          2,071
 163 Medical Insurance                             34,871           45,415         50,939          37,883         60,277
 164 Workmen's Compensation                           965              896            942           1,118          1,141
 166 Pension Costs                                 12,307           12,953         13,855          12,628         14,129
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                    793            1,000          1,215           1,151          1,244
 168 Post Retirement Plan                           2,000            2,000          2,000           2,000          2,000
 198 Social Security Expense                       12,605           12,955         14,273          12,804         14,411

         Total Personal Services             $    233,214    $     250,367   $    271,832   $     236,801   $    283,655

Contractual Services
 231 Travel & Conference Expense             $      2,632    $         -     $      5,000   $       2,500   $      5,000
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                        17,903           25,080         35,000          30,000         35,000
      Office Equipment
 290 Other Contractual Services                    32,434           24,314         36,225          30,000         36,500
 299 Internet Connection Costs                        602              131         12,000             500         12,000

         Total Contractual Services          $     53,571    $      49,525   $     88,225   $      63,000   $     88,500

Commodities
 301 Expendable Office Supplies              $       301     $        121    $        500   $        500    $        500
 302 Books & Periodicals                              75               64             200            100             200
 390 Other Supplies                                  477              491           1,500            500           1,500

         Total Commodities                   $       853     $        676    $      2,200   $       1,100   $      2,200

Distributed Costs
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs             $ (287,638)     $ (300,568)     $ (362,257)    $ (300,901)     $ (374,355)

         Total Distributed Costs             $ (287,638)     $ (300,568)     $ (362,257)    $ (300,901)     $ (374,355)
Total Information Tech. Expenditures         $        -      $         -     $        -     $         -     $        -


BUDGETARY COMMENT

For 2010, Information Technology costs are projected to increase by $12,098 or 3.3%. The increase is due to
increased personnel costs.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   180                                       2010 Adopted Budget
CABLE TELEVISION                               GENERAL FUND
SERVICES                                    GENERAL GOVERNMENT


                                                  2007           2008         2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual         Actual       Budget         Estimate        Budget

Cable Television Services Expenditures

    Personal Services                        $        -    $         -   $     61,336   $         -     $     64,037
    Contractual Services                              -              -          1,200           1,200          1,200
    Commodities                                       -              -          2,600           2,600          2,600
Total Cable Television Services Exp.         $        -    $         -   $     65,136   $       3,800   $     67,837


DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

For many years Adelphia Cable (now Comcast) provided a cable technician to run the Township's Local Access
Channel (cable 7) as part of the consideration given under the cable franchise agreement. Given changes
promulgated under recent legislative amendments to the Telecommunications Act and new competition,
Comcast has indicated that they will discontinue this practice with the renewal of the expired cable franchise
agreement. We have budgeted accordingly to fund for this anticipated new Township position.

Cable Television Services Expenditures            2007           2008         2009            2009           2010
01-10-107-500???-000                             Actual         Actual       Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                         $        -    $         -   $     40,400   $         -     $     40,000
 162 Group Life Insurance                             -              -            440             -              440
 163 Medical Insurance                                -              -         13,787             -           16,919
 164 Workmen's Compensation                           -              -            204             -              204
 166 Pension Costs                                    -              -          3,000             -            3,000
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                    -              -            414             -              414
 198 Social Security Expense                          -              -          3,091             -            3,060

         Total Personal Services             $        -    $         -   $     61,336   $         -     $     64,037

Contractual Services
 250 Equipment Maintenance                   $        -    $         -   $      1,200   $       1,200   $      1,200

         Total Contractual Services          $        -    $         -   $      1,200   $       1,200   $      1,200

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment            $        -    $         -   $        650   $         650   $        650
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                       -              -            100             100            100
 302 Books & Periodicals                              -              -             50              50             50
 303 Tapes                                            -              -          1,200           1,200          1,200
 304 Advertising-Publicity                            -              -            100             100            100
 390 Other Supplies                                   -              -            500             500            500

         Total Commodities                   $        -    $         -   $      2,600   $       2,600   $      2,600
Total Cable Television Services Exp.         $        -    $         -   $     65,136   $       3,800   $     67,837


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                                               GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                        PUBLIC SAFETY


                                               2007              2008       2009          2009          2010
                                              Actual            Actual     Budget       Estimate       Budget

Public Safety Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $ 3,976,977    $ 3,952,993   $ 4,070,592   $ 4,024,669   $ 4,282,840
    Contractual Services                        347,796        397,872       428,765       383,004       403,934
    Commodities                                  56,657         57,117        75,470        76,575        76,375
    Distributed Costs                            82,885         54,295        64,184        14,521        62,457
Total Public Safety Expenditures            $ 4,464,315    $ 4,462,277   $ 4,639,011   $ 4,498,769   $ 4,825,606


PUBLIC SAFETY OVERVIEW

Public Safety for the Township of Upper St. Clair includes the Police Department, Volunteer Fire Department
and Animal Control. Below is a summary of expenditures for the three departments within Public Safety.
Please refer to the following three sections titled Police Protection, Fire Protection and Animal Control for
specific information relating to each department.

Public Safety Expenditures                     2007              2008       2009          2009          2010
01-20-201-500 TO 01-20-210-500                Actual            Actual     Budget       Estimate       Budget

Personal Services
 100 Full-Time Wages                        $ 2,253,157    $ 2,300,838   $ 2,458,902   $ 2,380,000   $ 2,510,889
 102 Wages for Workmen's Comp.                   25,463         33,426           -          10,000        15,000
 110 Overtime Wages                             137,101        199,991       139,000       120,000       130,000
 150 Longevity Pay                              104,966        108,131       107,323       107,323       106,641
 151 Residence and Travel Pay                     6,600          6,400         6,600         6,400         6,600
 152 Educational Incentive Pay                   29,739         29,739        29,289        28,989        28,039
 153 Holiday Pay                                 94,797         95,728       101,550        97,000       102,000
 154 Police Court Pay-Overtime                   10,895          9,587        12,250        10,000        12,250
 155 Acting Sergeant Pay                          5,574          4,863         5,800         5,800         6,000
 156 Shift Differential Pay                      16,322         16,065        17,770        17,000        17,900
 162 Group Life Insurance                        16,328         17,528        19,202        19,250        19,303
 163 Medical Insurance                          392,302        468,582       498,477       508,564       591,710
 164 Workmen's Compensation                     180,444        167,436       173,250       205,458       224,395
 166 Pension Costs                              460,948        238,427       241,009       242,000       244,072
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                8,481         10,092        11,966        22,788        16,637
 168 Post Retirement VEBA Plan                   27,999         34,499        28,000        32,000        28,000
 198 Social Security Expense                    205,861        211,661       220,204       212,097       223,404

         Total Personal Services            $ 3,976,977    $ 3,952,993   $ 4,070,592   $ 4,024,669   $ 4,282,840




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                                                GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                         PUBLIC SAFETY


                                                 2007             2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual           Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Contractual Services
 220 Liability Insurance                    $     28,209    $      27,551    $     27,699    $      24,182    $     24,900
 222 Vehicle Insurance-Fire Trucks                 4,428            3,182           4,700            5,062           5,250
 224 Police Professional Liability Ins.           16,331           16,331          16,331           16,331          16,331
 230 Association Dues                              1,995            1,205           1,750            1,700           1,750
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                  11,051           16,570          14,925           15,000          15,000
 240 Utilities-Water and Sewerage                102,100          102,823         103,800          102,830         104,850
 241 Utilities-Gas Power                          14,796           17,877          24,770           24,400          25,225
 242 Utilities-Electric                           13,768           15,584          15,500           17,200          17,500
 243 Utilities-Telephone                          26,622           29,944          31,000           30,200          30,600
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                        7,355            7,712           8,150            7,500           8,150
      Office Equipment
 252 Repairs & Maintenance-                        7,130            2,890           8,100            3,500           8,400
      Other Equipment
 254 Vehicle Repairs & Maintenance                23,210           27,938          29,900           27,500          31,000
 263 Office Equipment Rental                         518              618             625              500             625
 272 Services-Animal Control                      81,269          115,414         129,000           94,599         100,803
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating               1,584            2,293           2,985            2,500           3,000
 280 Mileage Reimbursement                           519              546             530              500             550
 290 Other Contractual Services                    6,911            9,394           9,000            9,500          10,000

         Total Contractual Services         $    347,796    $     397,872    $    428,765    $     383,004    $    403,934

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment           $        314    $       4,799    $      2,350    $       2,000    $      2,350
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                    3,968            3,413           4,050            3,000           4,050
 302 Books, Periodicals & Subscrips.                 389              584             800              600             800
 304 Fire Prevention Material                      3,467            2,149           2,500            2,200           2,550
 330 Public Safety Equipment                       9,905           12,151          17,300           31,500          17,300
 335 Fire Fighting Equipment                      14,275            9,831          17,000           10,000          17,000
 351 Uniform Allowance                            20,581           20,592          22,770           21,175          23,625
 355 Uniform-Initial Issuance                        703              298           6,000            5,000           6,000
 390 Other Supplies                                  343              733           2,700            1,100           2,700
 401 MPOETC Training Expense                       2,712            2,567             -                -               -

         Total Commodities                  $     56,657    $      57,117    $     75,470    $      76,575    $     76,375

Distributed Costs
 601 Dist. Vehicle Costs                    $     46,930    $      48,573    $     50,275    $      50,275    $     48,871
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs                  35,955           45,085          54,339           45,135          56,153
 604 Boyce Mayview RAD Patrol Costs                  -                -           (40,430)         (39,919)        (42,567)
 605 Dist. Gambling Grant Exp.                       -            (39,363)            -            (40,970)            -

         Total Distributed Costs            $     82,885    $      54,295    $     64,184    $      14,521    $     62,457
Total Public Safety Expenditures            $ 4,464,315     $ 4,462,277      $ 4,639,011     $ 4,498,769      $ 4,825,606


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                                                                GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                                         PUBLIC SAFETY



                                                  PUBLIC SAFETY EXPENDITURES




                      $4,800,000


                      $4,400,000


                      $4,000,000
           DOLLARS




                      $3,600,000


                      $3,200,000


                      $2,800,000


                      $2,400,000


                      $2,000,000
                                         2007             2008              2009            2009              2010
                                        Actual           Actual            Budget          Estimate          Budget


                                                       Public Safety Expenditure Trends
                                                                   1991-2010

                     $6,000,000



                     $5,000,000



                     $4,000,000
           DOLLARS




                     $3,000,000



                     $2,000,000



                     $1,000,000



                          $-
                                   1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                  YEARS



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                                   187                                            2010 Adopted Budget
                                              GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                       PUBLIC SAFETY


SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

General Fund Revenue Breakdown

How much tax revenue does it take to operate the Public Safety department?


  Net Expenditures*                                                    $4,550,147

    How many real estate tax mills?                       1.28        $2,072,738

    Earned Income Tax per $100?                   $      27.52        $2,090,194

    Percentage of Other Taxes?                          2.34%           $387,216


*Net Expenditures are the total expenditures for the department less direct applicable funding streams such as
department specific fees, grants, and portions of the State pension grant.




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                                               GENERAL FUND
POLICE PROTECTION                              PUBLIC SAFETY


                                               2007              2008           2009           2009         2010
                                              Actual            Actual         Budget        Estimate      Budget

Police Protection Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $ 3,947,798    $ 3,922,292       $ 4,042,961   $ 3,991,900   $ 4,256,665
    Contractual Services                         97,059        104,985           112,395       100,213       109,406
    Commodities                                  35,088         44,702            51,970        62,775        52,825
    Distributed Costs                            82,885         54,295            64,184        14,521        62,457
Total Police Protection Expenditures        $ 4,162,830    $ 4,126,274       $ 4,271,510   $ 4,169,409   $ 4,481,353

POLICE PROTECTION OVERVIEW

Police protection is a vital service provided by local government. The police service is the most visible and the
most costly service provided by the Township of Upper St. Clair. The objective of the Police Department is to
provide enforcement of all the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the laws and Ordinances of the
Township.

Police operations include the following:

    •   Administration & Records                                   •     Juvenile Services
    •   Criminal apprehension and investigation                    •     Preventative Patrol
    •   Dispatching Service                                        •     Traffic Safety Patrol

POLICE DEPARTMENT CODE OF ETHICS

The Township of Upper St. Clair Police Department has a Code of Ethics that is strictly adhered to and states
the following:

                                             CODE OF ETHICS

All employees shall abide by the following Code of Ethics of the Township of Upper St. Clair Police
Department.

        AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, my fundamental duty is to serve mankind, to
        safeguard lives and property, to protect the innocent against deception, the weak against
        oppression or intimidation, and the peaceful against violence or disorder, and to respect the
        Constitutional Rights of all men to liberty, equality and justice.

        I WILL keep my private life unsullied as an example to all; maintain courageous calm in the face
        of danger, scorn or ridicule, develop self restraint, and be constantly mindful of the welfare of
        others. Honest in thought and deed in both my personal and official life, I will be exemplary in
        obeying the laws of the land and the regulations of my department. Whatever I see or hear, of a
        confidential nature or that is confided in me in my official capacity, will be kept ever secret
        unless revelation is necessary in the performance of my duty.


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POLICE DEPARTMENT CODE OF ETHICS (Continued)

        I WILL never act officiously or permit personal feelings, prejudices, animosities or friendships
        to influence my decisions. With no compromise for crime and with relentless prosecution of
        criminals, I will enforce the law courteously and appropriately without fear or favor, malice or ill
        will, never employing unnecessary force or violence and never accepting gratuities.

        I RECOGNIZE the badge of my office as a symbol of public faith, and I accept it as a public
        trust to be held so long as I am true to the ethics of the police service. I will constantly strive to
        achieve these objectives and ideals, dedicating myself before God to my chosen
        profession…LAW ENFORCEMENT.

All employees shall also abide by the Code of Ethics listed in Chapter 23 of the Code of the Township of Upper
St. Clair, Pennsylvania.


                                                   ____________

2009 DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    •   Maintained a response time of four minutes or less
    •   Continued the Officer Training program for the 22nd year
    •   Conducted 9th Citizens’ Police Academy
    •   Completed a successful Deer Culling program through the USDA

                                                   ____________


2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

    •   Maintain a response time of four minutes or less
    •   Continue the Officer Training program for the 23rd year
    •   To conduct the 10th Citizen’s Police Academy for the Township of Upper St. Clair
    •   To continue the Deer Culling Program with the USDA




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POLICE PROTECTION                                 PUBLIC SAFETY


DEPARTMENT STATISTICS

Crime statistics in the Township of Upper St. Clair are influenced by the presence of a regional shopping center.
The Township is predominantly a residential community and has experienced growth over the past several
years. Non-residential developments such as Friendship Village, Boyce Plaza, Summerfield Commons and
other projects increase the demand for police services.

Crime statistics are prepared in accordance with the guidelines of the Uniform Crime Reporting System which
is prepared by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and compiled, analyzed and distributed in conformance with
the Uniform Criminal Statistics Act of 1970 (71 P.S. 307.8 – 71 P.S. 755-7).

Crime is graded in two parts by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. They are as follows:

                                            Part One Offenses Consist Of:

    •   Arson                                                    •   Motor Vehicle Theft
    •   Assault (w/gun, knife or other weapon)                   •   Rape
    •   Burglary                                                 •   Robbery
    •   Criminal Homicide                                        •   Theft


                                            Part Two Offenses Consist Of:

    •   Assault (Simple)                                         •   Prostitution
    •   Disorderly Conduct                                       •   Runaway Juveniles
    •   Driving Under the Influence                              •   Sex Offenses
    •   Drug Abuse Violation (All Categories)                    •   Stolen Property (Buying, Possessing)
    •   Drunkenness                                              •   Vagrancy
    •   Embezzlement                                             •   Vandalism
    •   Forgery/Counterfeiting                                   •   Violation of Liquor Laws
    •   Fraud                                                    •   Weapons
    •   Gambling                                                 •   All Other Offenses




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DEPARTMENT STATISTICS (Continued)

Township Crime Statistics for 2003 - October 2009 are listed below.

                       Category             2003   2004        2005    2006    2007    2008      Oct-09

        Offenses
         Part I                             97     118         120     96      134     110          79
         Part II                            226    202         208     223     182     174         165

        Arrests
         Adults                             60      73          55      65     109      54         55
         Juveniles                          10      17          10       9     37       17         12

        Clearance Rates
         Part I Offenses                    22      32          34     32%     25%     24%        34%
         Part II Offenses                   156    137         136     73%     73%     68%        70%

        Traffic Safety Statistics
         Driving Under the Influence         23     24          23      24     23       17          19
         All Other Traffic Citations        1337   1385        1018    855     998     1013        555

        Citations
         Traffic Citations                  1337   1385        1018    855      998    1013        555
         Non-Traffic Citation                130    159         99     140      122     124         78
         Township Ordinance Violation       1305   1307        1195    1134     998     902        689
         Warnings                           N/A    3091        2735    2505    2520    2777        902

        Calls for Service
         Accidents                           601    675         584     518     503     452       349
         Alarms                             1367   1290         1087    1175    952     754       636
         Ambulance Requests                  995   1064         1144    1221   1402    1347       1101
         Burglaries                          10      11          24      14      9      14         3
         Criminal Mischief                   412    404         298     364     246     232       302
         Domestics                           162    219         263     208     163     220       188
         Open Doors                         1715   1643         1468    731     826    1452       949
         Vehicle Thefts                       8      9           8        2      4       2         2
        Total Number of Calls for Service   N/A    14349       13785   12216   11469   11617      9290

        Response Time (in minutes)
         Average Time Dispatch to Arrival   N/A    2.9          2.8     2.9    2.9     2.8         2.9
         Average Time Spent at Scene        N/A    13.9        13.8    13.7    13.6    13.7        13.8
         Average Time Dispatch to
         Completion                         N/A    16.8        16.6    16.6    16.5    16.5        16.7




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DEPARTMENT BENCHMARKS

The Police Department’s benchmark for response time is four (4) minutes or less. Since this benchmark has
been kept (2004), the Police Department’s response time has been under three (3) minutes. The Police
Department accomplishes this by assigning officers to an area of the Township called a grid. The officer
assigned to the grid cannot leave the grid without permission. Calls for services are dispatched according to
grid; therefore, an officer is already in the area, which permits a rapid response. Through October 2009, the
Police Department’s response time has been 2.9 minutes.


                                                          Township of Upper St. Clair
                                                            Police Response Time

                                 4
                                      2.9          2.8                           2.9             2.9
       Response Time (Minutes)




                                                                  2.9                   2.8
                                 3


                                 2


                                 1


                                 0
                                     2004          2005           2006           2007   2008    Oct-09
                                                                          Year




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DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Police Department for 2010
are as follows:


                     Position Title                   Pay Grade      Minimum Maximum          2010 Positions
   Chief of Police                                        2           $92,955 $130,135              1
   Deputy Chief of Police                                 3           $76,190 $106,670              1
   Uniformed Police Officers
    Lieutenant                                      Union Contract    $44.26/hr   $44.26/hr         2
    Sergeant                                        Union Contract    $40.24/hr   $40.24/hr         5
    Police Officer 6                                Union Contract    $36.58/hr   $36.58/hr        17
    Police Officer 1                                Union Contract    $23.05/hr   $23.05/hr         2
   Dispatchers*                                     Union Contract    $16.24/hr   $20.31/hr         4
   Technical Services Coordinator                         5            $51,190     $71,665          1
   Records Coordinator                                    8            $22,930     $40,125          1
   Confidential Secretary to the Chief of Police          8            $22,930     $40,125          1
   Total                                                                                           35




                                           Police Union Contract
                                           2010 Wage/Salary Scale
                                Officer 1                   $23.05/hr
                                Officer 2                   $24.96/hr
                                Officer 3                   $27.27/hr
                                Officer 4                   $31.95/hr
                                Officer 5                   $34.28/hr
                                Officer 6                   $36.58/hr
                                Sergeant                    $40.24/hr
                                Lieutenant                  $44.26/hr
                                Dispatchers*            $16.24 - $20.31/hr
                                *The Police Dispatchers’ contract expires at Year End
                                2009. Wages are assumed at a 3.5% increase.




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                                                     Chief of Police
                                                        Ronald Pardini




                                      Confidential
                                       Secretary
                                       Lisa Frezza




                                                      Deputy Chief
                                                     Douglas Burkholder




      Administrative                    Investigative                      Patrol                     Communication
        Division                          Division                        Division                      Division




     Planning, Research
      & Development                  Detective Section               Patrol Squad #1-4                   Dispatchers
                                       Lt. James Englert              (28 Total Officers)             (4 Total Dispatchers)
       Lt. John Sakoian




    Technical Services
                                     Juvenile Section                                       Traffic Squad
       Coordinator                   Sgt. Robert Williams                                   (By Assignment)
         Russell Rauch




         Records
        Coordinator
           Sue Lekse




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POLICE PROTECTION                               PUBLIC SAFETY


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Police Protection Expenditures                   2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-20-201-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $ 2,253,157     $ 2,300,838     $ 2,458,902    $ 2,380,000     $ 2,510,889
 102 Wages for Workmen's Comp. ^                 25,463          33,426             -           10,000          15,000
 110 Overtime Wages                             137,101         199,991         139,000        120,000         130,000
 150 Longevity Pay                              104,966         108,131         107,323        107,323         106,641
 151 Residence and Travel Pay                     6,600           6,400           6,600          6,400           6,600
 152 Educational Incentive Pay                   29,739          29,739          29,289         28,989          28,039
 153 Holiday Pay                                 94,797          95,728         101,550         97,000         102,000
 154 Police Court Pay-Overtime                   10,895           9,587          12,250         10,000          12,250
 155 Acting Sergeant Pay                          5,574           4,863           5,800          5,800           6,000
 156 Shift Differential Pay                      16,322          16,065          17,770         17,000          17,900
 162 Group Life Insurance                        16,328          17,528          19,202         19,250          19,303
 163 Medical Insurance                          392,302         468,582         498,477        508,564         591,710
 164 Workmen's Compensation                     151,265         136,735         145,619        172,689         198,220
 166 Pension Costs                              460,948         238,427         241,009        242,000         244,072
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                8,481          10,092          11,966         22,788          16,637
 168 Post Retirement VEBA Plan                   27,999          34,499          28,000         32,000          28,000
 198 Social Security Expense                    205,861         211,661         220,204        212,097         223,404

         Total Personal Services            $ 3,947,798     $ 3,922,292     $ 4,042,961    $ 3,991,900     $ 4,256,665

Contractual Services
 220 Liability Insurance                    $     28,209    $      27,551   $     27,699   $      24,182   $     24,900
 224 Police Professional Liability Ins.           16,331           16,331         16,331          16,331         16,331
 230 Association Dues                              1,995            1,205          1,750           1,700          1,750
 231 Travel & Conference Expense*                 11,051           16,570         14,925          15,000         15,000
 243 Utilities-Telephone                          15,069           18,060         18,500          17,000         17,100
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                        7,355            7,712          8,150           7,500          8,150
      Office Equipment
 252 Repairs & Maintenance-                        4,964            1,431          6,000           2,000          6,000
      Other Equipment
 254 Vehicle Repairs & Maintenance                 2,553            3,274          5,900           3,500          6,000
 263 Office Equipment Rental**                       518              618            625             500            625
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating               1,584            2,293          2,985           2,500          3,000
 280 Mileage Reimbursement                           519              546            530             500            550
 290 Other Contractual Services***                 6,911            9,394          9,000           9,500         10,000

         Total Contractual Services         $     97,059    $     104,985   $    112,395   $     100,213   $    109,406

^Wages for Workmen’s Comp: Net wages of officers paid workmen’s compensation and 2/3 insurance reimbursement.
*Travel & Conference Expenses: Management Conferences, Traffic Training, Staff Training, and Act 120 Training
**Office Equipment Rental: Dictaphone Reproducer and Identification Kit
***Other Contractual Services: Oxygen Service contract and Fire Extinguisher Services


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POLICE PROTECTION                               PUBLIC SAFETY


                                                 2007             2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual           Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment           $        314    $       4,799    $      2,350    $       2,000    $      2,350
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                    3,968            3,413           4,050            3,000           4,050
 302 Books, Periodicals & Subscrips.                 389              584             800              600             800
 330 Public Safety Equipment                       6,174           11,774          13,500           30,000          13,500
 351 Uniform Allowance                            20,581           20,592          22,770           21,175          23,625
 355 Uniform-Initial Issuance                        703              298           6,000            5,000           6,000
 390 Other Supplies                                  247              675           2,500            1,000           2,500
 401 MPOETC Training Expense ^^                    2,712            2,567             -                -               -

         Total Commodities                  $     35,088    $      44,702    $     51,970    $      62,775    $     52,825

Distributed Costs
 601 Dist. Vehicle Costs                    $     46,930    $      48,573    $     50,275    $      50,275    $     48,871
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs                  35,955           45,085          54,339           45,135          56,153
 604 Boyce Mayview RAD Patrol Costs                  -                -           (40,430)         (39,919)        (42,567)
 605 Dist. Gambling Grant Exp. ^^^                   -            (39,363)            -            (40,970)            -

         Total Distributed Costs            $     82,885    $      54,295    $     64,184    $      14,521    $     62,457
Total Police Protection Expenditures        $ 4,162,830     $ 4,126,274      $ 4,271,510     $ 4,169,409      $ 4,481,353


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Police Protection are $209,843 or 4.91% more than appropriated in 2009. This is primarily
due to medical insurance and workmen’s compensation premium increases.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

Police Minimum Municipal Obligation
The Township is annually required to contribute to the defined benefit pension trust fund known as the Upper
St. Clair Police Pension Fund. The annual contribution is defined in state law as the Minimum Municipal
Obligation (MMO) by Act 205 of 1984 known as the "Municipal Pension Plan Funding and Recovery Act".
Any person employed on a full-time basis by the Township as a member of the police force is eligible to
participate in the Plan. Actuarial valuations are performed biannually on the plan and are used in determining
the annual MMO. Also, Act 205 provides state funding to help offset the annual MMO of the Police Pension
Plan. The next chart shows the history of the Police Pension Plan MMO since 2001 and identifies the funding
sources for it.




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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION (Continued)

                                                                 Police
                                                        Minimum Municipal Obligation

          $500,000
          $400,000                                                    Twp
                                                                     2,788                     249,932
          $300,000
                                                                                     135,198
          $200,000                83,558      83,864                                                         41,403         47,530              42,110

          $100,000   154,477    150,515       167,254     191,135     194,189        175,267   196,873       181,007       177,014             183,803

                $0
                      2001        2002        2003        2004         2005          2006      2007          2008           2009               2010
                                                                                                                                             Estimate

                                                             State Aid Portion      Township Portion



Police Vehicles & Equipment

                                                                                  Mileage                              Anticipated
                                                                                (as of 10-1- Age in                    Replacement
                      Asset Tag        Year Make              Model                2009)     Years Condition              Year

                Patrol Vehicles / Traffic Vehicles
                 1     2003 057      2003 Ford           Crown Victoria            48,151      7           Poor                2010
                 2     2004 045      2005 Ford           Crown Victoria            34,748      5          Good                 2011
                 3     2006 047      2006 Ford           Crown Victoria            28,338      4          Good                 2011
                 4     2006 048      2006 Ford           Crown Victoria            54,390      4           Fair                2010
                 5     2007 007      2007 Ford           Crown Victoria            25,600      3          Good                 2012
                 6     2007 006      2007 Ford           Crown Victoria            22,218      3          Good                 2011
                 7     2007 005      2007 Ford           Crown Victoria            24,586      3          Good                 2012
                 8     2009 026      2009 Ford           Crown Victoria              85        1         Excellent             2013
                 9     2009 027      2009 Ford           Crown Victoria             100        1         Excellent             2013

                4-Wheel Drive Vehicles
                 1   2005 035      2005         Ford         Explorer              55,946      5           Fair                2011
                 2   2006 046      2006         Ford         Explorer              45,931      4           Fair                2012
                 3   2006 045      2006         Ford         Explorer              64,800      4           Poor                2010
                 4   2008 019      2008         Ford         Explorer               8,942      2         Excellent             2012
                 5   2008 010      2008         Ford        Expedition             84,379      2           Poor                2010
                 6   2008 021      2008         Ford         Explorer              26,800      2          Good                 2013
                 7   2008 022      2008         Ford         Explorer              12,546      2         Excellent             2013
                 8   2009 025      2009         Ford         Explorer               2,000      1         Excellent             2013

                Other Equipment
                                                         Communication
                 1     1992 027        1992    Chevy          Van                   3,751      18         Poor                 2012
                 2     2000 013        2001     Ford       Cargo Van               44,000       9         Good                 2012
                 3     2001 054        2001   Polaris       Quad #1                  N/A       9          Fair         If Grant Becomes Available

                 4     2001 049        2001   Polaris       Quad #2                  N/A       9          Fair         If Grant Becomes Available

                 5     2001 048        2001   Polaris       Quad #3                  N/A       9          Fair         If Grant Becomes Available

                 6     2001 050        2001   Mustang       Trailer                  N/A       9          Fair         If Grant Becomes Available




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FIRE PROTECTION                                 PUBLIC SAFETY


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Fire Protection Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $     29,179    $      30,701   $     27,631   $      32,769   $     26,175
    Contractual Services                         167,189          175,226        184,570         185,462        190,875
    Commodities                                   21,473           12,357         23,300          13,700         23,350
Total Fire Protection Expenditures          $    217,841    $     218,284   $    235,501   $     231,931   $    240,400

FIRE PROTECTION OVERVIEW

Fire Protection Services for the Township of Upper St. Clair are provided by a totally volunteer force which has
grown from 19 members in 1971 to a present force of 56 members as of December 2009.

                                                  ____________


2009 DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    •   Upgraded SCBA Masks to latest technology
    •   Took delivery and placed in service a new Fire Engine
    •   Completed specifications for replacement Rescue Truck
    •   5 probationary members completed 160 hours of Essentials Training
    •   Accepted 10 new volunteers into the department

                                                  ____________


2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

    •   Take delivery and place in service new Rescue Truck
    •   Add accountability system to new SCBA Units
    •   Upgrade mobile radios to comply with FCC 12.5Khz requirements
    •   Complete bar code inventory system for equipment
    •   Continue aggressive recruitment of new volunteers




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DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS

The Volunteer Fire Department 2006-2008 year-end key statistics are as follows:

                                                    Average
                Number of              Structural  Response            Estimated     Estimated    Estimated
    Year       Emergencies Fire Alarms Incidents Time (Minutes)        Fire Losses Property Saved Fire Losses
    2006             271             135      32               2.85    $   122,100 $     5,376,402        122,100
    2007             275             111      30               2.83         92,300       2,453,700         92,300
    2008             257             104      31               6.10        147,000      22,410,600        147,000
    Total            803             350      93                       $   361,400 $    30,240,702    $   361,400


DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Volunteer Fire Department for
2010 are as follows:

                                            Firefighting Operations

                                                      Fire Chief
                                                      Steve Moore


                                                   Deputy Fire Chief
                                                     Drew Gerlach


                 Assistant Fire Chief                                         Assistant Fire Chief
                      Ray Tomnay                                                  Greg Gerlach


                        Captain                                                     Captain
                      Andy Johnson                    Lieutenant                 Michael Moore
                                                     Craig DeRoss



                                                      Firefighters
                                                          49




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DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE (Continued)

                                            Administrative Operations

                                                       President
                                                      Jerry Kopach

                                                     Vice President
                                                        Dave Kish

                                                       Secretary
                                                       Russ Rauch

                                                       Treasurer
                                                      Joe Pascarella

                                                   Board of Directors
                                                       5 Members


                                                      Membership


                                                     ____________


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Fire Protection Expenditures                        2007             2008            2009            2009           2010
01-20-202-500???-000                               Actual           Actual          Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 164 Workmen's Compensation                    $     29,179    $       30,701   $     27,631   $      32,769   $     26,175

         Total Personal Services               $     29,179    $       30,701   $     27,631   $      32,769   $     26,175

Contractual Services
 222 Vehicle Insurance-Fire Trucks             $      4,428    $       3,182    $      4,700   $       5,062   $      5,250
 240 Utilities-Water and Sewerage                   101,805          102,516         103,500         102,500        104,500
 241 Utilities-Gas Power                             13,243           16,321          22,770          22,500         23,225
 242 Utilities-Electric                              13,337           15,200          15,000          16,700         17,000
 243 Utilities-Telephone                             11,553           11,884          12,500          13,200         13,500
 252 Repairs & Maintenance-                           2,166            1,459           2,100           1,500          2,400
      Other Equipment
 254 Vehicle Repairs & Maintenance                   20,657            24,664         24,000          24,000         25,000

         Total Contractual Services            $    167,189    $     175,226    $    184,570   $     185,462   $    190,875



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FIRE PROTECTION                                     PUBLIC SAFETY


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES (Continued)

                                                     2007             2008            2009               2009           2010
                                                    Actual           Actual          Budget            Estimate        Budget

Commodities
 304 Fire Prevention Material                   $      3,467    $       2,149    $       2,500     $       2,200   $      2,550
 330 Public Safety Equipment                           3,731              377            3,800             1,500          3,800
 335 Fire Fighting Equipment                          14,275            9,831           17,000            10,000         17,000

         Total Commodities                      $     21,473    $      12,357    $      23,300     $      13,700   $     23,350
Total Fire Protection Expenditures              $    217,841    $     218,284    $     235,501     $     231,931   $    240,400


BUDGETARY COMMENT

The Volunteer Fire Department is funded by three sources: The Neighborhood Fund Drive, Foreign Fire
Insurance Taxes and Township Appropriations. Funds requested from Township appropriations for 2010
increased by $4,899 or 2.08% due mainly to increases in utility costs and repairs and maintenance to existing
fire trucks.


SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

Volunteer Fire Department Vehicles

                                                                            Mileage                    Anticipated
                                                                          (as of 10-1- Age in          Replacement
            Vin Number              Year        Make           Model         2009)     Years Condition    Year

Fire Protection Vehicles
 1 2053                             1989 Amer La France    Engine             42,434          21         Poor          2015
 2 1AFAC1187D1A17890                1983 Amer LaFrance     Rescue             17,683          27         Fair          2010
 3 4Z3HAACK85RU02102                2005 Amer LaFrance     Ladder             25,518          5          Good          2030
                                                          Expeditio
 4   1FMFU16588LA19358              2008        Ford         n                14,347          2         Good           2011
 5   1FDSW35F71EC97502              2001        Ford       F-350              17,870          9         Good           2010
 6   1FDSW35P73EC28157              2003        Ford       F-350              18,053          7         Good           2012
 7   4Z3AAACG02RJ49205              2002     Freightliner  Engine             16,364          8         Good           2022
 8   1AFAAACK68R260906              2008    Amer LaFrance Pumper               3,153          2        Excellent       2029




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                                                GENERAL FUND
ANIMAL CONTROL                                  PUBLIC SAFETY


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Animal Control Expenditures

    Contractual Services                    $     83,548    $     117,661   $    131,800   $      97,329   $    103,653
    Commodities                                       96               58            200             100            200
Total Animal Control Expenditures           $     83,644    $     117,719   $    132,000   $      97,429   $    103,853


ANIMAL CONTROL OVERVIEW

Upper St. Clair participates in a joint Animal Control program with Mt. Lebanon, Scott Township, Dormont
Borough, Whitehall Borough, Castle Shannon Borough and Green Tree Borough. Costs of the program are
divided between the seven (7) communities under a formula, which incorporates road mileage, area of land and
population statistics.

In 2010, Animal Control Officers are projected to receive 31.0% of total calls for service from Upper St. Clair
residents based on historical data. The officers are also responsible for the daily care of animals and for the
maintenance of the kennels, which are located in Upper St. Clair. Animal Control Officers are on duty seven
days a week and provide emergency service 24-hours a day.

Animal Control Expenditures                      2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-20-210-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 240 Utilities-Water and Sewerage           $        295    $         307   $        300   $         330   $        350
 241 Utilities-Gas Power                           1,553            1,556          2,000           1,900          2,000
 242 Utilities-Electric                              431              384            500             500            500
 272 Services-Animal Control                      81,269          115,414        129,000          94,599        100,803

         Total Contractual Services         $     83,548    $     117,661   $    131,800   $      97,329   $    103,653

Commodities
 390 Other Supplies                         $        96     $         58    $       200    $        100    $       200

         Total Commodities                  $        96     $         58    $       200    $        100    $       200
Total Animal Control Expenditures           $     83,644    $     117,719   $    132,000   $      97,429   $    103,853


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Total costs of the Animal Control program are shared among the seven participating communities. Under the
Agreement, Mt. Lebanon bears all initial operating and capital expenses of the program and Upper St. Clair
bears all kennel-operating expenses. At year-end, total costs are determined and allocated to the seven (7)
communities under the formula described above.


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                                                      2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                     Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Community Development Expenditures

    Personal Services                            $    454,405    $     434,960   $    539,519   $     464,421   $    497,076
    Contractual Services                               47,796           51,510         57,300          57,788         75,800
    Commodities                                         8,008            8,081          8,725           4,400          8,750
    Distributed Costs                                  42,020           43,848         69,889          59,152         51,681
Total Comm. Development Expenditures             $    552,229    $     538,399   $    675,433   $     585,761   $    633,307


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OVERVIEW

The Township supports the need for a strong and proactive community planning and development function.
Through the efforts of private developers and the Township’s implementation of its Comprehensive Plan, the
Township is maturing into a community noted for its beautifully maintained residential neighborhoods as well
as high quality business districts.

The Department of Planning and Community Development is responsible for guiding and regulating the
Township’s long and short term development. Important initiatives include oversight of the Township’s
Comprehensive Plan, and efficiently and effectively guiding construction for the benefit of present and future
generations.

                                                       ____________


2009 DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS & BENCHMARKS FOR 2010

The Department of Planning and Community Development has accomplished and assisted various other
Departments in the Township to achieve many goals throughout 2009. The following outline details 2009
accomplishments and benchmarks for 2010 consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and other department
goals:

OBJECTIVE 1: Implementation of the 2005 Comprehensive Plan: The Comprehensive Plan is the
             foundation of the department’s efforts. Within the document, there is an Action Plan that
             provides a list of recommendations to address a wide range of activities. The following
             activities are listed in the plan and were achieved or progress was made in 2009. In addition,
             benchmarks for 2010 are identified. The bar graph at the end of the summary indicates
             where we are with the project and the amount of work needed to complete the task.

                         CP I      Encourage re-development of the Consol site to expand business opportunities
                                   along the Township’s regional corridor.

                                            2009 - The Township has maintained communication with the property
                                            owner and will conduct more detailed analysis in the future as needed.

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                                            2010 – Work with the site re-development team to minimize impacts of
                                            parcel access on the surrounding roadway network.

                                                             % Complete           % Complete            % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009             in 2010             in the Future
                                            CP I                 5%                  5%                     90%

                         CP II     Determine the potential development capacity and accessibility of the
                                   northwestern Boyce-Washington Road intersection for non-residential
                                   development.

                                            2009 - The Community Development (CD) Department has assembled a
                                            Focus Group to further study this property. The first step in this process
                                            was for the Township Traffic Engineer to analyze the signalized
                                            intersection and estimate of potential traffic based on different
                                            development scenarios. The traffic study identifies access options as it
                                            relates to surrounding development.

                                            2010 - The Focus Group will work to identify the development capacity
                                            based on the traffic study, the Duquesne Light transmission lines, and
                                            environmental constraints. Also, explore the feasibility of developing a
                                            mixed use code.

                                                             % Complete           % Complete            % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009             in 2010             in the Future
                                            CP II               10%                  30%                    60%

                         CP III Prepare a Conceptual or Specific Area Plan for the McLaughlin Run
                                Corridor to identify future development / redevelopment strategies, pedestrian
                                connection additions and site improvements.

                                            2009 - The CD Department, with assistance from a planning consultant,
                                            has prepared phase 2 of the McLaughlin Run Corridor Study. This phase
                                            entailed assembling a focus group to review work and identify property
                                            owner concerns. Also, the focus group will assess opportunities that exist
                                            in relationship to existing physical and policy conditions and draft a series
                                            of planning / policy concepts that can be achieved in the corridor.

                                                             % Complete           % Complete            % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009             in 2010             in the Future
                                            CPIII               100%                 0%                     0%




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                         CP IV     Create an Overlay designation for the McLaughlin Run Corridor to establish
                                   uniform development standards such as landscaping, bufferyards, lighting,
                                   and signage.

                                            2010 - The next phase of the McLaughlin Run Corridor study is to prepare
                                            an Overlay Ordinance that will include provisions for landscaping,
                                            pedestrian connections, architectural guidelines, lighting and storm water
                                            management requirements.

                                                            % Complete           % Complete          % Complete
                                            Project           in 2009             in 2010           in the Future
                                            CP IV               0%                  95%                  5%

                         CP V      Develop provisions to encourage and permit additional opportunities in
                                   constructing a variety of housing products.

                                            2010 - Opportunities for other housing products will be explored with the
                                            development of ordinance provisions for the McLaughlin Run Corridor,
                                            Boyce Road Corridor, Consol Property and the Bedner Farm.

                                                            % Complete           % Complete          % Complete
                                            Project           in 2009             in 2010           in the Future
                                            CP V                5%                  40%                  55%

                         CP VI     Enable the future development of remaining undeveloped large land tracts for
                                   a mixture of residential and non-residential land uses.

                                            2010 – This type of development will be explored in the Boyce Road
                                            Study and as the Bedner Farm develops.

                                                            % Complete           % Complete          % Complete
                                            Project           in 2009             in 2010           in the Future
                                            CP VI               0%                  40%                  60%

                         CP VII Develop a community wide gateway and wayfinding system.

                                            2010 - The CD Department will assist in developing a plan for a
                                            community wide wayfinding system that will identify points of interests,
                                            locations for signs and examples of signage. Also, the CD Department
                                            will assist in receiving approval from PennDOT for its Tourist Oriented
                                            Destination Signing (TODS) from a regional aspect.

                                                            % Complete           % Complete          % Complete
                                            Project           in 2009             in 2010           in the Future
                                            CP VII             10%                  20%                  70%

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ENFORCEMENT                                  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


                         CP VIII Continue to study the feasibility of the Community & Recreation Center with
                                 the Township.

                                            2009 - The Community & Recreation Center celebrated a grand opening
                                            on June 13, 2009. The CD Department played an integral role in
                                            providing inspection services during construction to ensure the building is
                                            in compliance with the PA Uniform Construction Code. In addition, the
                                            CD Department provided technical assistance in resolving conflicts with
                                            the code during construction.

                                                             % Complete          % Complete           % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009            in 2010            in the Future
                                            CP VIII             100%                0%                    0%

                         CP IX     Evaluate the suitability of and promote best management practices through
                                   the completion of additional storm water management improvements.

                                            2010 - The CD Department will explore revising the Township’s Storm
                                            Water Management Regulations consistent with the Department of
                                            Environmental Protection’s requirements and will encourage best
                                            management practices with new developments.

                                                             % Complete          % Complete           % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009            in 2010            in the Future
                                            CP IX                0%                 50%                   50%

                         CP X      Construct transportation improvements at McLaughlin Run Road / McMillan
                                   Road / Lesnett Road.

                                            2010 - The CD Department will further study alternatives for this
                                            intersection and submit requests to PennDOT and the Southwestern
                                            Pennsylvania Commission for funding.

                                                             % Complete          % Complete           % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009            in 2010            in the Future
                                            CP X                10%                 10%                   80%

                         CP XI     Explore the feasibility and benefits of incorporating traffic calming policies
                                   into development.

                                            2009 - The Township has adopted a Traffic Calming Policy. A traffic
                                            calming plan for Clairmont Drive and Truxton Drive was implemented in
                                            2009, which consisted of installing a series of speed humps along both
                                            roadways.


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ENFORCEMENT                                  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


                                            2010 – The speed humps on Clairmont Drive and Truxton Drive will be
                                            evaluated in 2010 for effectiveness and resident satisfaction. Also, the CD
                                            Department will promote and administer the Traffic Calming Program and
                                            process requests as they are received.

                                                             % Complete          % Complete           % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009            in 2010            in the Future
                                            CP XI               80%                 20%                   0%

                         CP XII Prioritize sidewalk / bikeway segments and produce a time schedule for their
                                construction.

                                            2010 - The CD Department will prepare a plan that differentiates the
                                            location of sidewalks, bikeways and trails and prioritizes sidewalk /
                                            bikeway segments.

                                                             % Complete          % Complete           % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009            in 2010            in the Future
                                            CP XII               0%                 80%                   20%

                         CP XIII Construct the Northern Loop of the Township’s pedestrian network.

                                            2009 - Cooks School Road: The Cooks School sidewalk project is part of
                                            the Sidewalks and Bikeways Plan and is an important segment in making
                                            the Township a walkable community. This project is being done in phases
                                            and the most recent segment connects McMillan Road to Fox Chase Lane.
                                            The work was performed by the Public Works Department.

                                            2010 – In cooperation with the Public Works Department, the Community
                                            Development Department will pursue constructing the next phase of the
                                            Northern Loop.

                                                             % Complete          % Complete           % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009            in 2010            in the Future
                                            CP XIII             60%                 10%                   30%

                         CP XIV Construct the Western Loop of the Township’s pedestrian network.

                                            2010 – The Township received a grant for $250,000 from Allegheny
                                            County for expansion of the Perimeter Trail. The CD Department will
                                            work with Public Works to construct this section of trail in 2010.

                                                             % Complete          % Complete           % Complete
                                            Project            in 2009            in 2010            in the Future
                                            CP XIV              40%                 10%                   50%

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ENFORCEMENT                                  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


                             CP XV Coordinate with South Fayette Township, the Pittsburgh Industrial Railroad,
                                   PA DCNR, the SPC and the foundation community regarding opportunities to
                                   connect to Township Western Loop with future regional trail projects.

                                            2009 – The CD Department established a committee to explore the
                                            possibility of extending a trail from Boyce Mayview Park to the Montour
                                            Trail. Also, we have established the required contacts and outlined how to
                                            proceed with this project.

                                            2010 – Continue to pursue cooperation from the Genesee and Wyoming
                                            Railroad and the Golf Course to prepare a feasibility study for this trail
                                            project.

                                                                % Complete            % Complete          % Complete
                                            Project               in 2009              in 2010           in the Future
                                            CP XV                  10%                   15%                  75%



                                                Community Development
                                               Comprehensive Plan Status
       100%

        90%

        80%

        70%

        60%

        50%

        40%

        30%

        20%

        10%

         0%
                 I      II       III   IV      V      VI      VII         VIII   IX   X    XI   XII   XIII   XIV    VI
                                                           Comprehensive Plan Goals


                     % Complete in 2009               % Complete in 2010                  % Complete in the Future



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ENFORCEMENT                                 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


OBJECTIVE 2: Various Text Amendments to the Township Code:

                         2009 - The Code continually needs to be reviewed and updated. Within 2009, the Zoning
                         Ordinance was amended to include provisions for Massage Therapy Establishments
                         consistent with state law. Also, the Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance was
                         amended.

                         2010 – The CD Department will explore drafting the following ordinance amendments to
                         anticipate future developments and improve efficiencies: an ordinance for wind turbines,
                         riparian buffers, and LED Signs. Also, the grading ordinance will be reviewed and
                         amended.

OBJECTIVE 3: Mayview Road Widening:

                         2009 - This road improvement was completed prior to the opening of the Community &
                         Recreation Center. The CD Department assisted in obtaining the necessary right-of-way
                         from property owners, preparing a Title Certificate and executing a deed to transfer the
                         road to the PA Department of Transportation.

OBJECTIVE 4: NPDES Stormwater Phase II:

                         2009 - The Township has a permit from the PA Department of Environmental Protection
                         for the discharge of storm water into the state’s streams. The CD Department submitted
                         the Year 6 report with all accomplishments that have occurred under this program. This
                         submission completed this phase of the program.

                         2010 – The CD Department will maintain all storm water management activities and
                         make changes as required by the anticipated revisions from the PA DEP.

OBJECTIVE 5: NFIP CRS Program:

                         2009 - The Township participates in the National Flood Insurance Program's (NFIP)
                         Community Rating System (CRS) which encourages community floodplain management
                         activities that exceed the minimum NFIP requirements. The CD Department submitted
                         the 2009 recertification for the Township and succeeded in improving our rating to a 7.

                         2010 – The CD Department will maintain all CRS activities and rating by FEMA.

OBJECTIVE 6: Professional Training: Training is essential to having an educated and professional
             department to serve the community.

                         Director of Community Development – The department director was elected to the
                         Southwest Section Council of the Pennsylvania Planning Association. Also, he has
                         maintained his certification with the American Institute of Certified Planners and
                         completed 46.75 certification maintenance credits.


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ENFORCEMENT                                 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


                         Chief Building Inspector – The state requires 45 hours every 3 years. The Chief
                         Building Inspector has completed 52.2 hours of Continuing Education.

                         Fire Marshal – The Fire Marshal was appointed by the Governor to serve on the
                         Uniform Construction Code Review and Advisory Council for the state. Also, she has
                         completed 27 hours of continuing education.

                         Code Enforcement Officer – He has obtained certification as a Zoning Inspector and
                         Property Maintenance & Housing Inspector with the International Code Council.

                         2010 – The CD Department will obtain the required hours of training and maintain all
                         certifications.

OBJECTIVE 7: Document and Information Management:

                         2009- Residential and commercial street files were culled to free space for future needs.
                         Staff manages and updates the Township’s Development and Permitting Database and
                         the Township’s Geographic Information System. The purchase of a copier with scanning
                         capabilities has enhanced our ability to communicate quickly and effectively with
                         developers, engineers, and the public.

                         2010 – The CD Department will continue to cull commercial files to provide storage for
                         future need and improve organization. Also, the department will explore the possibility
                         of scanning documents to DVD rather than microfilm. This could be more cost effective
                         and efficient.

                                                   ____________


DEPARTMENT STATISTICS

                                Category                        2004 2005    2006    2007 2008 Nov-09

       Summary of Department Approvals and Appeals
        Number of Building Permits Processed         165              300     284     209    281       260
        Number of Zoning Hearing Board Appeals        6               13       6       1      1         2
        Number of Single Family Lots Approved         0               64       38      3      1         1
        (New lots only, not re-subdivisions)
        Number of Multi-Family Units Approved         0                 0      0       0      0         0
        Number of Non-Residential Plans Approved      1                 5      4       5      1         2
        Number of Two-Family Attached Units Approved  0                 0      0       0      0         0
        Simple Subdivisions                           1                 3      0       0      0         2




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DEPARTMENT STATISTICS (Continued)

                            Category                             2004 2005    2006     2007 2008 Nov-09
       Number of Permits Issued
        Certificates of Use & Occupancy                           37   168     76      45        54       53
        Sewer Permits (Sewer Taps)                                18   18      4       10        14       10
        Nonconforming Registrations                               2     1      3        5         6        1
        Demolition Permits                                        3     7      4        5         3       10
        Grading Permits                                           7    10      10       8         8       10
        Driveway Permits                                          25   24      17      22        23       21
        Fire Prevention Permits                                   16   38      37      30        29       16
        Electrical Permits                                       178   281    257      265       238      193
        Street Opening Permits                                    97   179    322      431       478      721
        Complaint Cases
         Received/Pending                                        165   320    315      304       339      359
         Closed/Transferred                                      147   233    306      321       303      326
        Home Occupation Registrations                             7     7      5       14         7       11
        Annual Alarm Notices                                     n/a   n/a    920      879       859      831

                                                   ____________


DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Community Development
Department for 2010 are as follows:


             Position Title                    Pay Grade          Minimum           Maximum            2010 Positions
Director of Planning and Community
Development                                         4              $62,455            $87,435                1
Planning & Zoning Administrator                     6              $41,960            $58,745                0
Chief Inspector                                     6              $41,960            $58,745                1
Code Enforcement Officer                            7              $34,395            $48,150                1
Fire Marshal                                        7              $34,395            $48,150                1
Departmental Secretary                              8              $22,930            $40,125                1
Secretary                                     Union Contract      $18.38/hr          $27.54/hr               2
Total                                                                                                        7




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DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE (Continued)




                                                         Dir. of Community
                                                           Development
                                                            Scott Brilhart


                                        Clerical Staff
                                 Kate Oberle, Carla Esselstyn
                                   Prudence Cooper (60%)




  Planning & Zoning           Chief Inspector            Code Enforcement                   Public Works                  Fire Marshall
     Administrator            Randy Hindman                   Officer                        Inspectors                   Deborah Waller
        Vacant                                           Glenn Prokopovitch                                                (Part Time)



                                                                         Superintendent of            Superintendent of
                                                                             Projects                Public Improvements
                                                                          Dave Kutschbach                  Daniel Flatz


                                                                           Improvements
                                                                        Inspector/Technician
                                                                             Richard Botz




Budgetary Allocations
Certain Township employees have responsibilities outside of their primary department. A budgetary allocation
for Community Development employee’s wages and benefits has been made as follows:

            Position Title                         Comm. Dev.           Administration           Public Works Sanitary Sewer
Superintendent of Public Improvements                 25%                    n/a                     50%            25%
Superintendent of Projects                            25%                    n/a                     50%            25%
Improvements Inspector/Technician                      n/a                   n/a                      n/a          100%
Departmental Secretary                                60%                   40%                       n/a            n/a




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ENFORCEMENT                                 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Community Development Expenditures                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-30-301-500???-000                              Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages*                         $    299,379    $     277,741   $    335,982   $     297,000   $    313,461
 110 Overtime Wages**                                  596              346          1,000           1,000          1,000
 120 Part-Time Wages***                             49,282           38,325         39,424          38,800         40,442
 162 Group Life Insurance                            2,607            2,688          3,499           3,103          3,169
 163 Medical Insurance                              49,164           62,764         96,916          67,367         79,984
 164 Workmen's Compensation                          2,364            2,146          2,139           2,535          2,445
 166 Pension Costs                                  21,941           24,491         27,380          24,661         25,235
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                   1,555            1,707          2,384           2,190          2,190
 168 Post Retirement Plan                            1,000              917          2,000           2,000          2,000
 198 Social Security Expense                        26,517           23,835         28,795          25,765         27,150

         Total Personal Services              $    454,405    $     434,960   $    539,519   $     464,421   $    497,076

Contractual Services
 213 Professional Services                    $      1,578    $         -     $      1,500   $         -     $      1,500
 220 Liability Insurance                            22,746           22,215         22,335          19,488         20,100
 230 Association Dues                                1,896            1,643          1,700           1,700          1,750
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                     4,034            2,995          4,100           4,100          4,200
 232 Personal Training                               1,592            1,440          1,710           1,750          1,750
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                          7,646            7,811         10,000           7,500         10,000
      Office Equipment
 274 Services-Legal Advertisement                      132              274          1,000             500          1,000
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating                   587              333          1,500             750          1,500
 290 Other Contractual Services                      7,585           14,799         13,455          22,000         34,000

         Total Contractual Services           $     47,796    $      51,510   $     57,300   $      57,788   $     75,800

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment             $      1,809    $         -     $      2,000   $         500   $      1,000
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                      4,024            5,857          3,725           2,000          3,750
 302 Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions              1,715            1,907          2,000           1,400          3,000
 390 Other Supplies                                    460              317          1,000             500          1,000

         Total Commodities                    $      8,008    $       8,081   $      8,725   $       4,400   $      8,750

Distributed Costs
 601 Dist. Vehicle Costs                      $      6,065    $       6,277   $      6,494   $       6,494   $      4,887
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs                    35,955           37,571         63,395          52,658         46,794

         Total Distributed Costs              $     42,020    $      43,848   $     69,889   $      59,152   $     51,681
Total Comm. Development Expenditures          $    552,229    $     538,399   $    675,433   $     585,761   $    633,307




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ENFORCEMENT                                               COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Community Development are $42,126 or 6.24% less than appropriated in 2009. The
decrease is due to the elimination of funding for the Planning and Zoning Administrator position in the 2010
budget.


                                               COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITURES



                              $700,000



                              $600,000



                              $500,000
                   DOLLARS




                              $400,000



                              $300,000



                              $200,000
                                                 2007             2008             2009            2009              2010
                                                Actual           Actual           Budget          Estimate          Budget


                                                         Community Development Expenditure Trends
                                                                        1991-2010

                             $700,000


                             $600,000


                             $500,000
                   DOLLARS




                             $400,000


                             $300,000


                             $200,000


                             $100,000


                                 $-
                                         1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                      YEARS




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ENFORCEMENT                                 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

General Fund Revenue Breakdown

How much tax revenue does it take to operate the Community Development department?


  Net Expenditures*                                                      $453,571

    How many real estate tax mills?                       0.12          $206,616

    Earned Income Tax per $100?                    $      2.74          $208,356

    Percentage of Other Taxes?                          0.23%            $38,599


*Net Expenditures are the total expenditures for the department less direct applicable funding streams such as
department specific fees, grants, and portions of the State pension grant.




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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY                             PUBLIC WORKS


                                                2007              2008        2009           2009           2010
                                               Actual            Actual      Budget        Estimate        Budget

Public Works Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $ 2,022,775     $ 2,247,046    $ 2,142,372    $ 2,005,407    $ 2,174,062
    Contractual Services                      1,589,680       1,586,253      1,963,776      1,922,731      2,022,011
    Commodities                                 811,345         972,475      1,130,713        871,063      1,100,220
    Distributed Costs                           (31,965)        (46,809)       (28,226)       (33,395)       (26,956)
Total Public Works Expenditures             $ 4,391,835     $ 4,758,965    $ 5,208,635    $ 4,765,806    $ 5,269,337


PUBLIC WORKS OVERVIEW


The Public Works Department is facing an extremely challenging year in 2010 due to increased manpower
demands brought about by the completion of the Boyce Mayview Park Complex that includes the C&RC, baseball,
softball, football/soccer fields and the addition of the Perimeter Trail from the Morton Field’s Complex to the
C&RC. These fields, trails and building items, along with snow & ice control of the parking areas and walkways at
the C&RC will place new responsibilities on Public Works manpower on a year-round basis. These areas, along
with backup support to the C&RC interior facilities will be the biggest challenge this Department has ever had.
Many Public Works service levels outside of the referenced areas may have to be reduced to accommodate the high
priorities that these new facilities will create.

Capital Projects continue to move at funding levels that will meet the Township’s needs in the future. The major
capital project from year to year is the Street/Parks Resurfacing Program. In 2010, funding has been set at
$880,000 to prevent a slow deterioration of the streets. Also, capital equipment must be kept up to date so that
work crews are small, effective and efficient.

The Sanitary Sewer EPA Consent Order will be moving into the Capital Improvements Project Phase in 2011 and
2012, and additional bond funding will be needed to meet these needs. Current funding for the EPA Consent Order
will complete the first phase investigation and corrective actions to sanitary sewer lines and manholes on time and
ahead of schedule in 2010.

The NPDES Storm Sewer Program continues to move forward with the Community Development Department and
should not increase the Township’s financial burden at this time.

With our manpower at stable levels, along with the suggested levels of approved Capital Budget and Capital
Borrowing Program requests, the Public Works Department will be able to deliver effective and efficient
services to the Township residents. The Community & Recreation Center and Boyce Mayview Park Complex
will be monitored closely in 2010 to see how the Public Works manpower service levels to residents are
maintained for all community services.




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2009 DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    •   Completed the construction administration of the Community & Recreation Center at Boyce Mayview
        Park
    •   Completed the Turning Lane at Boyce Mayview Park
    •   Completed an expansion of the Morton Complex Parking Lot
    •   Completed a sidewalk along Cook School Road from Taper to Fox Chase as well as Taper to McMillan
    •   Completed an installation of a Baseball/Softball Batting Cage at Boyce Mayview Park
    •   Regraded Boyce Mayview Park Small and Large Fields
    •   Installed Electrical and Water service at the Boyce Mayview Park Shelter
    •   Constructed a 22 foot Trail Bridge in Boyce Mayview Park
    •   Installed concrete pad behind backstop and in front of Dugouts at Morton Baseball Field #1
    •   Replaced roof shingles on the Dog Kennel
    •   Removed all items and demolished the Crum House facility. Also, demolished facility near Rt. 19 Fire
        Hall
    •   Implemented the Pilot program for salt brine wetting system for snow & ice control


                                               ____________



2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

    •   Investigate the cost effectiveness of the salt brine wetting system and expand if pilot program is
        successful
    •   Implement new version of Public Works software, City View
    •   Construct masonry storage shed at Marmion Baseball Facility
    •   Install water service to the baseball infields at Morton Baseball Fields #1 & #2
    •   Replace storm sewer and culvert at the Boyce recycling driveway
    •   Clean the retention pond on Allison Drive
    •   Develop Computer System and Internet links for more effective Public Works Operations
    •   Implement Gas Island Inventory Control System
    •   Effectively maintain C&RC exterior and parking lots as well as a fully functional Boyce Mayview Park
    •   Install masonry/stone wall at entry of Boyce Mayview Park
    •   Install new Boyce Mayview Park Pavilion
    •   Construct Cook School Sidewalk – Phase III (Taper Drive to Winchester Drive)
    •   Renovate Founders Field Concession Stand
    •   Install Boyce Mayview Park Sidewalk–Walkway from existing Trail to driveway near milled parking lot
    •   Install retaining wall, concrete and benches for public use at Public Works building




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COMPREHENSIVE PLAN STATUS

The Township's Comprehensive Plan, which is updated every ten years, consists of goals and objectives for the
community over the next decade. The last update of the Comprehensive Plan was in 2005 and encompassed the
goals for the Township for the year 2005 through 2014. Below are current status updates as they relate to
Public Works. Please refer to the “Long Term Plan” section of the budget for a full status update.

Goal:       Incorporate signage related to the community’s historic and natural resources into the Township’s
            overall wayfinding system
Update:     Implemented wayfinding system for C&RC and Boyce Mayview Park

Goal:       Explore the possibilities of creating a Township comprehensive park, recreation and open space plan
Update:     With the help of the Recreation Department and the Parks and Recreation Board, Public Works has
            developed a neighborhood park system sidewalk plan between Township parks.

Goal:       Continue to study the feasibility of the Community & Recreation Center within the Township
Update:     In conjunction with the Recreation Department’s business plan, the Public Works department is
            continuing to monitor its support levels of the newly constructed C&RC.

Goal:       Continue with the implementation of the four athletic fields and the active recreational area
            development in Boyce Mayview Park in accordance with the Park's Master Plan
Update:     This goal has been fully implemented. The first full year of operation of the fields and recreational
            area was in 2009.

Goal:       Complete improvements of the EPA Consent Order and, as appropriate, in conjunction with
            surrounding municipalities
Update:     The end of Phase I is March 2011. Phase II, which will consist of feasibility studies and capital
            projects, is expected to commence in 2012. New sources of funding will be needed for this phase.

Goal:       Explore the feasibility and benefits of incorporating traffic calming policies into development
Update:     In an exploratory phase, speed humps were installed on Truxton Drive and Clairmont Drive.
            Benefits from implementing the speed humps will be studied in 2010 and 2011.

Goal:       Prioritize sidewalk/bikeway segments and produce a time-schedule for their construction
Update:     Public Works will finish the Cook School Road sidewalk project in 2010. At the current time, no
            other funding has been set aside for engineering or construction of new sidewalks.

Goal:       Construct different loops of the Township’s pedestrian network
Update:     This is an ongoing project and is subject to funding. The next phase to be explored is the Morton
            Athletic Fields Complex to Boyce Road followed by Chartiers Creek to Boyce Road.

Goal:       Evaluate and permit additional stormwater management techniques, such as pervious surface
            treatments, and other best management practices, to minimize impacts of future flooding throughout
            the Township
Update:     The Township Forester and his volunteer group has and will continue to coordinate Growing
            Greener Grants to help minimize the impacts of flooding throughout the Township.

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DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS

              Public Works Benchmarks & Statistics                                         2009
              Efficiency
               % Service Calls Outstanding                                                      <1%
               % Critical Sign Repairs completed within 4 Hours                               100.0%
               % Pothole Repairs completed within 1 working day                                25.0%
               % Hazardous Road Repairs responded to within 24 Hours                          100.0%
               % Sewer Spills responded within 1 Hour                                         100.0%
               % Fleet Maintenance Completed On-Time                                           94.5%
               % Permit Inspections performed in a timely manner                              100.0%
              Workload
               Sanitary Sewer & Storm Sewer
                 Storm Drain Inlets inspected and/or cleaned                                     113
                 Miles of open/closed storm drains cleaned                                  1.2 Miles
                 Miles of Sanitary Sewer lines cleaned/inspected                           155 Miles
               Street & Sidewalk Program
                 Square feet of deteriorated pavement replaced                             420,000 sf
                 Square feet of deteriorated pavement sealed                                60,000 sf
                 Square feet of Sidewalks Built                                              2,800 sf
                 Miles of roadway swept annually                                           500 Miles
                 Amount of Debris removed by Street Sweepers                                172 Tons
               Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance
                 Number of Vehicles maintained by Public Works                                     77
                 Number of Pieces of Equipment maintained by Public Works                          78
                 Number of Vehicles per mechanic                                                   39
                 Number of Work Orders processed                                                  937


Requests for Service: One Calls and Blue Cards, which comprise approximately 40% of Public Works requests
for service, are detailed below:

One Calls: Under State law, One Calls must be placed three days prior to any open cut construction. All
involved infrastructure utilities are notified and must mark their company’s in Township utilities within that
time period. The Township’s turnaround is immediate if we aren’t involved and if Township utilities are
involved, they are marked within the three-day required period.

Blue Cards: Blue cards are generated through the Upper St. Clair Police Department. All cards received are
reviewed and generally taken care of within 24 to 48 hours of receipt.




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                                                PUBLIC WORKS REQUESTS FOR SERVICE
                                                       AUGUST 2008 - JULY 2009

                                    Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09           Total

One Calls                                107   127    130     111         126      91     92     151   189     184    167   139    1,614
Blue Cards/Police                         41    38     64      30          16      22     39      34    30      30     39    68      451
Inspections                                2     2      1       0           1       0      0       0     2       1      2     0       11
Ballfield Maintenance                      8     3      6       0           0       0      1       4     5       1      1     5       34
Building Maintenance                      24    23     30      21          18      10     21      15    20      14     16    18      230
Dead Animal                               26    24     37      17           8       3      6       9     9      19     21    35      214
Dye Tests                                 32    26     19      14          14      19     19      26    32      24     39    42      306
Forestry                                  11    18     11       1           3       2      5       5     3      12     19    10      100
Garbage                                   51    59     45      39          32      80     47      26    43      48     40    71      581
Ground Maintenance General                 4     1      2       0           0       0      0       0     0       2      3     4       16
Leaf Recycling                             0     0     19      38          11       0      0       0    13       1      0     0       82
Mailbox/Snowplow Damage                    0     0      0       0           5      11      9       2     4       0      0     0       31
Manhole Repair                             1     0      2       2           0       0      0       1     2       3      0     2       13
Other                                     26    23     27      24          18       9     32      20    18      21     24    21      263
Parks                                     30     9     16      14          10       3     16      14    10      15     12    13      162
Recycling                                 28    20     45      30          33     109     54      28    40      46     35    27      495
Sanitary Sewer                             8     4     10       0          10       6      4       6     8      14      5     5       80
Sewer backup                               0     0      2       3           5       2      1       1     2       5      2     2       25
Signs                                     14    17      8       3           5       7     18       9     9       6     20    17      133
Snow/Ice                                   0     0      0       4          13      11      7       1     0       0      0     0       36
Snow/rain storms                           0     2      0       0           3       3      1       1     0       1      0     0       11
Special Events                             0     0      0       0           0       0      0       0     0       0      0     0        0
Storm Sewer                                7     6      3       0          12       2      1       8     4       9      7     6       65
Street Repair                             12     7      8       0           7       3      2       5    11       4      7     3       69
Street/Park Resurfacing Program            3     4      1       2           0       0      0       0     0       3      7     0       20
Water Problems                             2     6      1       1           3       5      1       2     2      13      4     2       42
Yard Damage                                2     2      1       2           3       2      0       2     3       1      1     0       19
Golf Course                                0     1      0       0           0       0      0       0     0       0      0     0        1

Total Requests for Service                439 422 488         356   356 400 376                  370   459     477   471 490       5,104
Requests Outstanding                    <1% <1% <1%         <1%   <1% <1% <1%                  <1%   <1%     <1%   <1% <1%



                                                Public Works Request for Service
                                                      Monthly Breakdown
                            800
                            700
                            600
                            500
                    Calls




                            400
                            300
                            200
                            100
                             0
                                  AUG    SEP   OCT   NOV    DEC     JAN     FEB    MAR    APR    MAY   JUN   JUL

                                                              2008-2009, 5,104 Requests
                                                              2007-2008, 5,572 Requests


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DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Public Works Department for
2010 are as follows:


                     Position Title                     Pay Grade       Minimum     Maximum        2010 Positions
Director of Public Works                                     3           $76,190    $106,670             1
Superintendent of Parks/Buildings/Forester                   4           $62,455     $87,435             1
Superintendent of Public Improvements                        4           $62,455     $87,435             1
Superintendent of Operations                                 4           $62,455     $87,435             1
Superintendent of Projects                                   4           $62,455     $87,435             1
Improvements Inspector/Technician                            6           $41,960     $58,745             1
Confidential Secretary to the Director of Public Works       8           $22,930     $40,125             1
Department Coordinator                                       8           $22,930     $40,125             1
Teamsters Local 205                                    Union Contract   $11.09/hr   $26.53/hr           25
Total                                                                                                   33




                                    Public Works - Local 205 Union Contract
                                               2010 Wage/Salary Scale
                             I.    Master Mechanic                    $26.53/hr
                             II.   Mechanic                           $25.53/hr
                             III. Heavy Equip. Operator               $25.53/hr
                             IV. Foreman                              $25.53/hr
                             V. Laborer III (after 36 mos.)           $23.73/hr
                                   Laborer II (13-36 months)          $21.53/hr
                                   Laborer I (0-12 months)            $19.29/hr
                             VI. Semi-Skilled Laborer III             $17.24/hr
                                   Semi-Skilled Laborer II            $15.85/hr
                                   Semi-Skilled Laborer I             $14.58/hr
                                   Semi-Skilled Laborer Probationary  $11.09/hr
                             VII. C&RC Attendant                      $16.30/hr
                             VIII. Secretary                          $21.90/hr




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                                                        Director of Public
                                                             Works
                                                          F. Kyle Robinson




                                      Department
                                                                         Confidential Secretary
                                      Coordinator                              Debbi Yelich
                                     Cathie Scudiero




                                                                                                           Superintendent of
    Superintendent of                 Superintendent of                  Superintendent of
                                                                                                           Parks/Buildings/
   Public Improvements                    Projects                          Operations
        Daniel Flatz                   David Kutschbach                 George Kostelich, Jr.
                                                                                                               Forester
                                                                                                              Walter Jarosh




                                       Improvements                    Teamsters Local 205
                                    Inspector/Technician                2 Mechanics, 1 Heavy
                                                                       Equip. Oper., 1 Foremen,
                                            Rich Botz
                                                                       20 Laborers, 1 Secretary




                                    Public Improvements
                                          Inspector
                                             Vacant



Budgetary Allocations
Certain Township employees have responsibilities outside of their primary department. A budgetary allocation
for Public Works employee’s wages and benefits has been made as follows:

                    Position Title                          Public Works      Comm. Dev           Sanitary Sewer    BM RAD
Superintendent of Public Improvements                           50%             25%                    25%            n/a
Superintendent of Projects                                      50%             25%                     25%           n/a
Improvements Inspector/Technician                                n/a             n/a                   100%           n/a
Superintendent of Parks/Buildings/Forester                       n/a             n/a                     n/a         100%


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DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Public Works Expenditures                        2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-401-500 TO 01-40-418-500                  Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $ 1,128,219     $ 1,145,064     $ 1,147,259    $ 1,053,836     $ 1,126,268
 110 Overtime Wages                             104,606         120,912         103,850        118,940         117,050
 111 Snowdriver Wages                               694           1,652             750          1,652           1,600
 120 Part-Time Wages                             64,143          74,058          67,650         69,605          75,600
 140 Engineer-Retainer                            6,600           6,600           6,600          6,600           6,600
 168 Post Retirement Plan                         3,000           2,917           2,000          2,000           2,000
 198 Social Security Expense                     98,944         105,528         101,460         95,428         101,289
 199 Overhead Distribution                      616,569         790,315         712,802        657,346         743,655

         Total Personal Services            $ 2,022,775     $ 2,247,046     $ 2,142,372    $ 2,005,407     $ 2,174,062

Contractual Services
 211 Consulting Services                    $     23,181    $      45,624   $     30,000   $      25,000   $     30,000
 217 Weather Advisory Services                       500            3,000            500           3,000          3,000
 217 Miscellaneous Consulting Services             1,412            1,391          1,346           1,500          1,750
 220 General Liability Insurance                  35,791           34,956         35,145          30,674         31,595
 221 Flood Insurance                              15,505           14,930         15,100          14,962         15,260
 221 Property Damage Insurance                     6,000           10,750          6,000          10,750         10,750
 221 Vehicle Insurance                            42,413           40,827         42,725          42,725         43,580
 230 Association Dues                              1,427            1,589          1,400           1,400          1,600
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                   1,204            2,806          1,500           3,000          3,500
 240 Utilities-Water & Sewerage                   59,150           52,301         85,200          57,500         65,500
 241 Utilities-Gas/Heating Oil                    46,311           49,231         50,142          52,500         57,500
 242 Utilities-Electric                          172,114          179,757        187,548         174,120        185,396
 243 Utilities-Telephone                             779              697          1,000             100            100
 244 Street Light Installation                       -                -              600             -              600
 251 Repairs & Maintenance-                          -                -              500             -              500
      Recreation Equipment
 252 Communication Equipment                       3,223            6,515          7,000           4,000          7,000
      Maintenance
 253 Traffic Signal Maintenance                    9,106            6,143         12,000           6,500         12,000
 254 Vehicle Equipment Maintenance                22,838           16,520         25,000          15,000         25,000
 255 Building Repair & Maintenance                33,465           35,091         39,330          40,000         40,500
 256 Heating/Air Conditioning Mte.                 4,509            6,366         24,000          40,000         40,000
 271 Garbage Collection Services                 689,295          660,873        883,500         884,500        909,625
 272 Recycling Services                          133,066          139,726        229,225         230,000        223,780
 290 Street Line Painting                         55,341           34,681         18,630          40,000         40,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                  209,806          210,570        239,885         219,000        243,475
 299 Annual Park Maintenance Prog.                23,244           31,909         26,500          26,500         30,000

         Total Contractual Services         $ 1,589,680     $ 1,586,253     $ 1,963,776    $ 1,922,731     $ 2,022,011



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                                                 2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment           $      3,500     $         -      $      5,000    $         -      $      5,000
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                    3,990             3,671           6,500            4,000           6,500
 305 Building Maintenance Equipment               11,665            14,259          16,043           10,000          16,000
 306 Building Maintenance Supplies                52,963            57,545          58,995           50,000          59,000
 311 Traffic Control Parts                        11,531            10,055          20,000           10,000          20,000
 312 Traffic Paint                                   283               -             1,000              -             1,000
 313 Street Sign Supplies                            956             3,612           5,000            3,500           5,000
 315 Construction Supplies                        84,803            97,605         116,200           88,000         115,200
 316 Asphalt Supplies                             11,648            14,166          12,000           14,000          14,000
 319 Snow & Ice Chemicals                        268,291           323,921         332,400          280,000         330,000
 326 Supplies                                         87               146           1,000              200           1,000
 327 Botanical Supplies                           34,900            62,658          71,500           62,500          72,070
 328 Park Maintenance Supplies                    16,301            27,525          25,200           23,500          26,250
 340 Vehicle Supplies                             48,650            79,150          80,000           72,000          95,000
 341 Fuels & Lubricants                          182,513           191,608         254,200          165,000         200,000
 342 Mechanical Equipment & Supplies              11,526            17,415          25,400           19,000          25,400
 343 Tools & Equipment                            12,307            18,439          20,105           17,800          23,200
 344 Tires                                        23,167            20,902          35,000           24,000          40,000
 390 Other Supplies                               32,264            29,798          45,170           27,563          45,600

         Total Commodities                  $    811,345     $     972,475    $ 1,130,713     $     871,063    $ 1,100,220

Distributed Costs
 600 Scrap Metal Account                    $        238     $       2,055    $        -      $       2,500    $      3,000
 601 Dist. Vehicle Costs                         (68,158)          (70,544)        (73,508)         (73,508)        (76,750)
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs                  35,955            37,571          45,282           37,613          46,794
 604 Dist. Boyce Mayview RAD Costs                   -             (15,891)            -                -               -

         Total Distributed Costs            $    (31,965)    $     (46,809)   $    (28,226)   $     (33,395)   $    (26,956)
Total Public Works Expenditures             $ 4,391,835      $ 4,758,965      $ 5,208,635     $ 4,765,806      $ 5,269,337




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                                                    PUBLIC WORKS EXPENDITURES




                        $5,200,000

                        $4,800,000

                        $4,400,000
             DOLLARS




                        $4,000,000

                        $3,600,000

                        $3,200,000

                        $2,800,000

                        $2,400,000

                        $2,000,000
                                            2007             2008             2009              2009            2010
                                           Actual           Actual           Budget            Estimate        Budget




                                              Public Works & Refuse Costs Expenditure Trends
                                                                1991-2010

                       $4,400,000

                       $4,000,000

                       $3,600,000

                       $3,200,000

                       $2,800,000
             DOLLARS




                       $2,400,000

                       $2,000,000

                       $1,600,000

                       $1,200,000

                        $800,000

                        $400,000

                            $-
                                    1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                   YEARS

                                                                       Public Works        Refuse Costs




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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

Public Works Minimum Municipal Obligation
The Township is annually required to contribute to the defined benefit pension trust fund known as the Upper
St. Clair Township Public Works Employees' Pension Fund. The annual contribution is defined in state law as
the Minimum Municipal Obligation (MMO) by Act 205 of 1984 known as the "Municipal Pension Plan
Funding and Recovery Act". All full-time Public Works employees are eligible to participate in the Plan.
Actuarial valuations are performed biannually on the plan and are used in determining the annual MMO. Also,
Act 205 provides state funding to help offset the annual MMO of the Public Works Employees' Pension Plan.
The next chart shows the history of the Public Works Employees' Pension Plan MMO since 2001 and identifies
the funding sources for it.


                                                      Public Works
                                               Minimum Municipal Obligation

  $160,000
                        Twp                                              Twp
  $120,000                                                                                                         45,335
                        9,400                                           2,150                  43,935    46,221
   $80,000

   $40,000                                                                                     80,807    82,185    88,732
                           58,534     68,409                               68,855     66,402
                                                 45,523       42,930
               27,467
        $0
                2001       2002       2003       2004         2005          2006      2007        2008   2009       2010
                                                                                                                  Estimate

                                                   State Aid Portion      Township Portion




General Fund Revenue Breakdown

How much tax revenue does it take to operate the Public Works department (not including Refuse Collection)?


  Net Expenditures*                                                                  $3,854,425

    How many real estate tax mills?                                    1.09         $1,755,814

    Earned Income Tax per $100?                           $          23.31          $1,770,601

    Percentage of Other Taxes?                                    1.98%              $328,010

*Net Expenditures are the total expenditures for the department less direct applicable funding streams such as
department specific fees, grants, and portions of the State pension grant.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION (Continued)

Public Works Vehicles

                                                                   Mileage                        Anticipated
                                                                  (as of 10- Age in               Replacement
                 Asset Tag       Year       Make    Model          1-2009) Years      Condition      Year


         Staff Vehicles
          1     2001 060         2001   Chevy      Pick-Up         44,847      9        Fair         2011
          2     2005 040         2005   Chevy      Pick-Up         65,692      5       Good          2012
          3     2006 052         2006   Chevy      Pick-Up         60,759      4       Good          2011
          4     2007 042         2007   Chevy Silverado Pick-up    23,171      3      Excellent      2013
          5     2009 029         2009   Chevy Colorado Pick-Up     1,343       1      Excellent      2016
          6     2009 030         2009    Ford    Escape 4 x4       1,520       1      Excellent      2016

         Utility Trucks
          1      2000 018        2000       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       37,392     10        Fair         DNR
          2      2001 056        2001       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       27,035     9        Good          2011
          3      2001 057        2001       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       58,403     9        Good          2011
          4      2006 049        2006       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility        9,286     4       Excellent      2016
          5      2006 050        2006       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       14,538     4        Good          2013
          6      2005 041        2006       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       20,138     4        Good          2013
          7      2003 066        2003       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       26,731     7        Good          2012
          8      2003 063        2003       Ford F-550             29,006     7        Good          2010
          9      2003 061        2003       Ford F-550             28,213     7        Good          2010
         10      2007 052        2008       Ford F-550             13,345     2       Excellent      2014
         11      2007 053        2008       Ford F-550             11,079     2       Excellent      2014
         12      2007 055        2008       Ford F-550              6,923     2       Excellent      2015
         13      2006 051        2007       Ford F-550             13,028     3        Good          2014
         14      2003 062        2003       Ford F-550             25,689     7        Good          2011
         15      2008 067        2008       Ford F-550              7,430     2       Excellent      2015
                                            Mechanics Service
         16      2008 066        2008 Dodge     Vehicle             4,055      2      Excellent      2018
         17      2002 061        2002 Ford    Bucket Truck         5,269       8      Excellent      2015
         18      2005 039        2006 Ford Econoline 350 Van       11,750      4       Good          2016




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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY                                   PUBLIC WORKS


Public Works Vehicles (Continued)

                                                                      Mileage                        Anticipated
                                                                     (as of 10- Age in               Replacement
                 Asset Tag        Year      Make       Model          1-2009) Years      Condition      Year


         Dump Trucks
         1    2003 065            2004      Int’l      Dump            8,072      6       Good          2013
         2    2000 021            2001      Int’l      Dump           15,265      9       Good          2011
         3    2000 022            2001      Int’l      Dump           15,847      9       Good          2011
         4    2000 019            2001      Int’l      Dump           16,207      9        Poor         2010
         5    2001 059            2002      Int’l      Dump           12,418      8       Good          2012
         6    2002 060            2002      Int’l      Dump           11,749      8       Good          2012
         7    2004 047            2005      Int’l      Dump           8,432       5       Good          2015
         8    2007 054            2008      Int’l      Dump           3,629       2      Excellent      2017
          9   2009 048            2010      Int’l      Dump              10       0        New          2020

         Other Vehicles
         1     2008 029           2008 CAT             Backhoe          N/A      2       Excellent      2018
         2     2002 063           2002 CAT             Backhoe         4,067     8         Fair         2012
         3     1995 001           1995 CAT              Loader         8,491     15        Fair         DNR
         4     2003 005           2003 CAT          Wheel Loader       5,355     7        Good          2013
         5     2003 060           2003 Int’l          Sewer Jet        2,208     7        Good          2014
         6     2001 007           2001 Massey        Flail Mower        N/A      9         Fair         2010
         7     2002 062           2003 Sterling        Sweeper        22,158     7        Good          2013
         8     2005 200           2005 Toro         580-D Mower        3,168     5         Fair         2011

Public Works Equipment

                                                                                                     Anticipated
                                                                               Age in                Replacement
                  VIN Number             Year           Equipment              Years     Condition      Year
         1    112H8V3277LO73142          2007 20 Ton Trailer                     3       Excellent    As Needed
         2       Not Applicable          2001 3 M Sign Machine                   9        Good          2011
                                              Aeroway 8' Quickaway Tire
         3       Not Applicable          1993 Angle Aerator                     17         Good         DNR
         4    1ZFUF0819NB001827          1992 Asphalt Trailer                   18         Fair         DNR
         5       Not Applicable          1993 Asphalt Wacker                    17         Fair       As Needed
         6       Not Applicable          1986 Asphalt Wacker Heinreich          24         Poor         DNR
         7       Not Applicable          1962 Back-Up Sewer Machine             48         Good         DNR
         8           6781                1993 Bandit Chipper                    17         Good         2018
                                              Bannerman Diamond Master
         9          28-1491              2009 Groomer                            1       Excellent      2019
         10      Not Applicable          1999 Bannerman Infield Ren             11         Poor         DNR


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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY                                  PUBLIC WORKS


Public Works Equipment (Continued)

                                                                                                     Anticipated
                                                                                Age in               Replacement
                 VIN Number            Year           Equipment                 Years    Condition      Year
         11      Not Applicable        1993 Bannerman Turf Topper                17        Good         2013
                                            Bermeme FB-60S Gas Driving
         12      Not Applicable        2001 Hammer                                9        Fair         2011
         13          15355             1997 Chicago Pneumatic Air Comp.          13       Good          2013
         14     EG0932-040552          2009 Club Car Utility Vehicle              1      Excellent      2014
         15   473A51215L1110643        1990 Cronkite Trailer                     20        Fair         DNR
         16   431FS101981000714        2008 Cross Country Roller Trailer         2       Excellent    As Needed
         17          36590             2001 Esab Plasma Cutter                    9      Excellent      2011

         18 UV26715/Modl AV413P        1994   Ford 2120 (LCG Tractor)            16        Fair         DNR
         19      12D-GX160             2008   Gorman-Rupp Water 1 Pump 2"         2      Excellent    As Needed
         20     13A52-GX390            2008   Groman-Rupp Water 1 Pump 3"         2      Excellent    As Needed
         21 1ZFUF2015NB002058          1992   Groundsmaster Trailer              18        Fair         DNR
         22 1H9X151019C122006          2009   Harben Sewer Jet                    1      Excellent      2024
         23       27231284             2008   Hoffman 1625EM Tire Changer         2       Good          2018
         24      G84BB012              2008   Hoffman 2400 Tire Balancer          2       Good          2018

         25   Not Applicable           2002   Hotsy Gas-Fired Pressure Washer    8         Good       As Needed
         26  W004X2X080512             2002   John Deere 4x2 Gator                8        Fair         DNR
         27   Not Applicable           2000   Jumping Jack Tamper                10        Good         2010
         28       36739                2005   Kubota Tractor                      5        Good         2015
         29 KRTV900A61068850           2007   Kubota RTV Utility #1               3        Good         2013
         30 KRTV900A61068851           2007   Kubota RTV Utility #2               3        Good         2013
                                              Kubota RTV900 Utility Vehicle
         31           89681            2008   #3                                  2        Good         2014
                                              Kubota RTV900 Utility Vehicle
         32           89684            2008   #4                                  2        Good         2014
                                              Leaf Blower Attachment for
         33      Not Applicable        2002   Groundsmaster                       8        Good         2012
                                              Leaf Blower Attachment for
         34    Not Applicable          2002   Groundsmaster                      8         Good         2012
         35   23201110025018           2004   Lely Broadcast Spreader             6        Good         2014
         36      10930160              2002   Line Painter                        8        Good         DNR
         37 1ZFUF1018SB002433          1992   Line Painting Trailer              18        Good       As Needed
         38       903769               2001   Miller MIG Welder                   9        Good         2011
         39    Not Applicable          2005   Multiguip plate compactor          5         Good       As Needed
         40    Not Applicable          1996   National Triplex Mower             14        Fair       As Needed
         41       04831-1              2000   New Holland Tractor                10        Good         2011

         42 5HLET08107FO72491          2007   Pavement Cutting Trailer           3       Excellent    As Needed
         43       30980                2009   Pro Tech Sno Pusher                 1      Excellent      2014
         44   Not Applicable           1972   Ryan Renothin                      38        F/P          DNR
         45   Not Applicable           1972   Ryan Turf Aerator                  38        Poor       As Needed

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DEPARTMENT SUMMARY                                  PUBLIC WORKS


Public Works Equipment (Continued)

                                                                                                Anticipated
                                                                          Age in                Replacement
                 VIN Number            Year             Equipment         Years    Condition       Year
         46      Serial No. 110        2003   Ryan Turf Aerator             7        Good          2013
         47        SE1823E             2004   Seeda-Vator                   6        Good          2014
         48        VS03535             2002   Sewer Machine                 8        Good          DNR
         49      Not Applicable        1983   Smithco Sprayer 100 Gal      27        Fair          DNR
         50          97251             2001   Swenson tailgate conveyor     9        Good        As Needed
         51        21302982            2005   Takeuchi Loader               5        Good          2015
         52   1ZFCF1422TB004687        1996   Takeuchi Trailer             14        Good        As Needed

         53 5HLUT122X8FO81901 2008 Top Brand 6x12 Trailer (Tom's)           2       Excellent    As Needed
         54      250000221    2005 Toro 3100D Reelmower                     5        Good          2012
         55      270000482    2007 Toro 3500D Sidewinder                    3       Excellent      2012
         56     S270000176    2008 Toro Debris Blower 600                   2       Excellent    As Needed
         57      260000507    2007 Toro Field Line Painter 1200             3       Excellent    As Needed
         58   04021-230001808 2004 Toro Greenmaster Flex 21                 6        Good        As Needed
         59    Not Applicable 1994 Toro Greensmaster                       16        Good        As Needed
         60    Not Applicable 1996 Toro Greensmaster                       14        Good        As Needed
         61      200000519    2002 Toro Greensmaster                       8         Good          2012
         62     2600003001    2007 Toro Greensmaster 1600                  3        Excellent      2012
         63      230000128    2008 Toro Greensmaster 500                    2       Excellent    As Needed
         64      250000260    2006 Toro Groundsmaster                       4        Good          2012
         65      270000118    2007 Toro Groundsmaster 328                  3        Excellent      2013
         66      270000117    2007 Toro Groundsmaster 328                  3        Excellent      2013
         67     S280000207    2008 Toro Groundsmaster 4500-D                2       Excellent      2014
         68     S290000147    2009 Toro Groundmaster 7210                   1       Excellent      2014
         69      290000352    2009 Toro Groundsmaster 3500-D                1       Excellent      2014
         70     S290000455    2009 Toro Grandstand 48" Mower                1       Excellent      2017
         71      270000433    2007 Toro Infield Pro 3040                    3        Good          2012
         72     S280000106    2008 Toro Pro Core 864                        2       Excellent    As Needed
         73        60100      2001 Toyota Forklift                          9      Good/Used       2015
         74     135-100-220   2009 Tuff Screen Player Protector             1       Excellent    As Needed
         75        TG525      2004 Vermeer Tub Grinder                      6        Good          2014
         76    Not Applicable 1987 Vicon Spreader                          23         Fair         DNR
         77       5788322     2008 Wacker Vibratory Roller                  2       Excellent    As Needed
         78     270-245-419   2009 Weighted Field Tarp                      1       Excellent    As Needed




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                                                GENERAL FUND
ADMINISTRATION                                  PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008            2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual          Budget         Estimate        Budget

Administration Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $    490,119    $     491,758    $    460,785   $     450,243   $    481,601
    Contractual Services                          68,910           69,087          67,991          65,036         67,480
    Commodities                                    8,681            6,005          14,000           6,200         14,000
    Distributed Costs                             36,193           39,626          45,282          40,113         49,794
Total Administration Expenditures           $    603,903    $     606,476    $    588,058   $     561,592   $    612,875


PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW

The Public Works Administration program provides for the supervision and management of all Public Works
activities. These activities include:

    •   Building Maintenance                                        •     Sanitary Sewer Maintenance
    •   Civic Activities                                            •     School Grounds Maintenance
    •   Equipment Maintenance                                       •     Snow and Ice Control
    •   Force Works Projects                                        •     Storm Sewer Maintenance
    •   Forestry                                                    •     Street Maintenance
    •   Golf Course Maintenance                                     •     Tennis Court Maintenance
    •   Parks Maintenance                                           •     Traffic Engineering
    •   Refuse Collection, Disposal and Recycling

In addition, the Public Works Department is responsible for the implementation of snow and ice control
contracts and general road maintenance contracts both PennDOT and the Upper St. Clair School District. The
Township also provides for garbage, refuse and recycling collection through the services of a private contractor.

Public Works administration is staffed by a Director of Public Works, a Superintendent of Parks, Buildings and
Forester, a Superintendent of Operations, a Superintendent of Projects, a Superintendent of Public
Improvements, a Improvements Inspector/Technician and two clerical employees. Staff inspects public
improvements constructed by developers before the improvements can be accepted by the Township. The
Township bills the developers for Inspection time and the receipts are recorded in Development Inspection
Revenue account.

Also, the Public Works Director supervises and manages twenty-five (25) Public Works employees who are
members of the Teamsters Local 205. Of these, there are two mechanics, one heavy equipment operator, one
foreman, twenty laborers and one secretary. The salaries, wages and fringe benefits of the twenty-five Public
Works employees are allocated to fifteen programs including the Sanitary Sewer Fund and Boyce Mayview
Park RAD Fund.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  247                                        2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
ADMINISTRATION                                  PUBLIC WORKS


Administration Expenditures                      2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-401-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $    368,579    $     363,094   $    340,608   $     334,836   $    353,255
 168 Post Retirement Plan                          3,000            2,917          2,000           2,000          2,000
 198 Social Security Expense                      28,232           28,670         26,574          25,874         27,292
 199 Overhead Distribution                        90,308           97,077         91,603          87,534         99,054

         Total Personal Services            $    490,119    $     491,758   $    460,785   $     450,243   $    481,601

Contractual Services
 217 Miscellaneous Consulting Services      $      1,412    $       1,391   $      1,346   $       1,500   $      1,750
 220 General Liability Insurance                  35,791           34,956         35,145          30,674         31,595
 221 Flood Insurance                              15,505           14,930         15,100          14,962         15,260
 230 Association Dues                              1,427            1,589          1,400           1,400          1,600
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                   1,204            2,806          1,500           3,000          3,500
 290 Other Contractual Services                   13,571           13,415         13,500          13,500         13,775

         Total Contractual Services         $     68,910    $      69,087   $     67,991   $      65,036   $     67,480

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment           $      3,500    $         -     $      5,000   $         -     $      5,000
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                    3,990            3,671          6,500           4,000          6,500
 390 Other Supplies                                1,191            2,334          2,500           2,200          2,500

         Total Commodities                  $      8,681    $       6,005   $     14,000   $       6,200   $     14,000

Distributed Costs
 600 Scrap Metal Account ^                  $        238    $       2,055   $        -     $       2,500   $      3,000
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs                  35,955           37,571         45,282          37,613         46,794

         Total Distributed Costs            $     36,193    $      39,626   $     45,282   $      40,113   $     49,794
Total Administration Expenditures           $    603,903    $     606,476   $    588,058   $     561,592   $    612,875


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Public Works Administration in 2010 are $24,817 or 4.22% more than appropriated in
2009. The increase is due to increases in wages and benefits.




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                                                GENERAL FUND
ENGINEERING SERVICES                            PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Engineering Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $      6,600    $       6,600   $      6,600   $       6,600   $      6,600
    Contractual Services                          23,181           45,624         30,000          25,000         30,000
Total Engineering Expenditures              $     29,781    $      52,224   $     36,600   $      31,600   $     36,600


ENGINEERING SERVICES OVERVIEW

The Township Engineer and Traffic Engineer are appointed by the Board of Commissioners. The Township
Engineer provides basic engineering services for a monthly retainer of $550. Services provided beyond those
covered by the retainer are billed on an hourly basis. The Engineer provides services relating to the annual
street improvement program, zoning and code enforcement, public works maintenance, parks maintenance,
storm drainage and land development application review. The Township Traffic Engineer provides traffic
studies upon request of the Township based on an approved hourly fee rate schedule.

Fees charged to developers recover many of the costs related to zoning public improvements. Charges related
to specific capital projects are based on the value of the project and are charged directly to capital accounts.

Engineering Expenditures                         2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-402-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 140 Retainer-Township Engineer             $      6,600    $       6,600   $      6,600   $       6,600   $      6,600

         Total Personal Services            $      6,600    $       6,600   $      6,600   $       6,600   $      6,600

Contractual Services
 211 Consulting Services                    $     23,181    $      45,624   $     30,000   $      25,000   $     30,000

         Total Contractual Services         $     23,181    $      45,624   $     30,000   $      25,000   $     30,000
Total Engineering Expenditures              $     29,781    $      52,224   $     36,600   $      31,600   $     36,600


BUDGETARY COMMENT

The Township anticipates the same level of project activity for 2010; therefore, funds requested for Engineering
Services remain level in 2010.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  249                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
CIVIC ACTIVITIES                                PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Civic Activities Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $      9,436    $      17,205   $     14,635   $      26,294   $     26,691
    Contractual Services                          10,975           11,600         13,000          12,500         13,000
    Commodities                                   13,008           13,641         17,700          11,063         17,700
Total Civic Activities Expenditures         $     33,419    $      42,446   $     45,335   $      49,857   $     57,391


CIVIC ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW

The Civic Activities Program accounts for Public Works support to service organizations and civic celebrations.
The three main activities budgeted for this program includes funding for the thirty-second annual Community
Day, the 4th of July Fireworks display, and the Flea Market. Additional Public Works hours are allotted to this
program for support to neighborhood block parties, support for high school football games, and participation in
community information and promotional activities.

Civic Activities Expenditures                    2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-403-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $      2,821    $       4,379   $      5,011   $       8,800   $      9,464
 110 Overtime Wages                                3,369            3,321          3,000           5,490          5,000
 120 Part Time Wages                                 761            4,684          2,000           3,655          3,000
 198 Social Security Expense                         529              940            766           1,373          1,336
 199 Overhead Distribution                         1,956            3,881          3,859           6,976          7,892

         Total Personal Services            $      9,436    $      17,205   $     14,635   $      26,294   $     26,691

Contractual Services
 290 Other Contractual Services             $     10,975    $      11,600   $     13,000   $      12,500   $     13,000

         Total Contractual Services         $     10,975    $      11,600   $     13,000   $      12,500   $     13,000

Commodities
 315 Construction Supplies                  $        -      $          11   $        200   $         -     $        200
 390 Other Supplies                               13,008           13,630         17,500          11,063         17,500

         Total Commodities                  $     13,008    $      13,641   $     17,700   $      11,063   $     17,700
Total Civic Activities Expenditures         $     33,419    $      42,446   $     45,335   $      49,857   $     57,391

BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds proposed in 2010 for Civic Activities are $12,056 more than appropriated in 2009. The Civic Activities
budget is partially offset by donations that the Township receives for support of Community Day activities.
This revenue is recorded in the Miscellaneous Revenue account.

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                                                 GENERAL FUND
SNOW & ICE CONTROL                               PUBLIC WORKS


                                                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Snow & Ice Control Expenditures

    Personal Services                        $    139,647    $     177,328   $    174,156   $     184,706   $    189,201
    Contractual Services                              500            3,000            500           3,000          3,000
    Commodities                                   277,819          335,345        349,900         293,000        347,500
Total Snow & Ice Control Expenditures        $    417,966    $     515,673   $    524,556   $     480,706   $    539,701




SNOW & ICE CONTROL OVERVIEW

Every year around Mid-September, the Public Works Department begins to prepare its fleet of Snow Removal
equipment for one of the department’s largest tasks, which is keeping our streets clear of snow and ice so traffic
may flow safely.

This preparation involves the installation of Salt Spreaders and Snow Plows on all Snow Removal trucks,
building tire chains for the larger trucks, stocking of all de-icing materials, including 4,800 tons of sodium
chloride (rock salt), 5,000 gallons of Liquid Calcium Chloride, 4 tons of sidewalk Safe De-Icer and
approximately 2,000 tons of anti-skid aggregate.

The Public Works Department on average will use 4,500-5,500 tons of Sodium Chloride (rock salt) per season
to treat our Township roadways, State Roadways and Schools. In addition, the Department will add in an
average of 5,000 gallons of Liquid Calcium Chloride, which is added to the Rock Salt when temperatures dip
below 23 degrees due to the lack of effectiveness of Rock Salt at lower temperatures. Anti-skid is only used in
extraordinary circumstances.

During a “Normal” snow removal effort (a storm event which requires salting only to remove the snow), the
Public Works Department will deploy eight (8) 33,000 GVW Dump Trucks, seven (7) 17,500 GVW dump
trucks, one (1) front end wheel loader and a crew of personnel for the clearing of snow and ice from Township
roadways and sidewalks. During this “Normal” event, the Public Works crews will expend an average of 120-
150 tons of Rock Salt and take approximately four hours to complete the salting run through the entire
Township.

The Township is divided up into 15 snow removal routes or “wards” that each driver is assigned to and
responsible for. Each driver/truck, once loaded with salt, will move onto his/her ward to complete. Each ward
and driver has a specific and calculated order in which the route is run, with priority roads being at the front end
of the route.




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                                                 GENERAL FUND
SNOW & ICE CONTROL                               PUBLIC WORKS


SNOW & ICE CONTROL OVERVIEW (Continued)

Currently the Public Works Department is responsible for clearing and maintaining a total of 203 lane miles of
Roadway, 38 of which are State owned. The Township has entered into an agreement with the Pennsylvania
Department of Transportation (PennDOT) to provide snow and ice control services for all state owned roads in
the Township. Also by agreement, the Township will provide snow and ice control services for the School
District's seven school parking lots and driveways. Reimbursements from PennDOT and the School District are
expected to total $123,000.

Currently the Public Works Department is running a liquid salt brine Pilot Program. Liquid salt brine is sodium
chloride diluted with water. This material can be used with the rock salt for better coverage and efficiency. If
this Pilot Program is successful, usage of rock salt may be reduced by 30%. This program, along with new
ground control distribution systems on all new trucks initiated this season should help to offset the continued
rising prices of winter materials.

Unlike most public service operations, it is impossible to accurately predict costs of snow and ice control. The
2010 snow and ice control budget is based on a ten (10) year average snowfall pattern, plus a ten percent
emergency contingency. In the chart below, total winter snowfall is shown for the Pittsburgh area from 1999 to
April 2009:



                                      Snowfall Winter
                                          Season        Season Average     Number of PW
                   Year                  (Inches)        Temperature         Callouts
             1999-2000                     27.1              38.0              N/A
             2000-2001                     35.9              32.3             N/A
             2001-2002                     25.7              39.4               22
             2002-2003                     61.8              32.0              43
             2003-2004                     54.2              35.1               38
             2004-2005                     49.5              35.3               31
             2005-2006                     32.0              35.7               37
             2006-2007                     35.7              36.1               32
             2007-2008                     44.1              35.0               31
             2008-2009                     40.6              33.8               32
             Average Season                40.7              35.3              33




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                252                                 2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
SNOW & ICE CONTROL                              PUBLIC WORKS


Snow & Ice Control Expenditures                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-404-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $     29,674    $      36,819   $     44,323   $      42,000   $     45,168
 110 Overtime Wages                               80,268           95,977         85,000          97,000         94,000
 111 Snow Driver Wages                               694            1,652            750           1,652          1,600
 198 Social Security Expense                       8,437           10,239          9,951          10,760         10,769
 199 Overhead Distribution                        20,574           32,641         34,133          33,295         37,665

         Total Personal Services            $    139,647    $     177,328   $    174,156   $     184,706   $    189,201

Contractual Services
 217 Miscellaneous Consulting Services      $       500     $       3,000   $       500    $       3,000   $      3,000

         Total Contractual Services         $       500     $       3,000   $       500    $       3,000   $      3,000

Commodities
 319 Snow & Ice Chemicals                   $    268,291    $     323,921   $    332,400   $     280,000   $    330,000
 342 Mechanical Equipment Supplies                 7,479           10,721         15,000          12,000         15,000
 390 Other Supplies                                2,049              703          2,500           1,000          2,500

         Total Commodities                  $    277,819    $     335,345   $    349,900   $     293,000   $    347,500
Total Snow & Ice Control Expenditures       $    417,966    $     515,673   $    524,556   $     480,706   $    539,701


BUDGETARY COMMENT

The Snow and Ice Control budget includes the purchase of Sodium Chloride and Liquid Calcium Chloride on
an as needed basis. Funds requested for this program in 2010 are $15,145 more than appropriated in 2009 due to
an increase in the price of Sodium Chloride.




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STORM SEWER                                     GENERAL FUND
MAINTENANCE                                     PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009             2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget          Estimate        Budget

Storm Sewer Mte. Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $     89,185    $      89,457   $    117,652    $      56,361   $     62,702
    Contractual Services                           3,144           28,705          3,100            3,000          3,100
    Commodities                                   70,040           66,152         68,000           58,000         68,000
Total Storm Sewer Mte. Expenditures         $    162,369    $     184,314   $    188,752    $     117,361   $    133,802


STORM SEWER MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

The Storm Sewer Maintenance account provides funds for the maintenance of the storm drainage system in the
Township's four major watersheds. Funds are allocated for the cleaning of catch basins and sewers, general
maintenance, stream clearance and the construction and repair of storm sewer systems.

The Township presently maintains and services over 50 miles of storm sewers with approximately 2,100 inlets
and 560 storm sewer manholes. Many of the inlets are in excess of 20 years of age and are now requiring total
reconstruction. The Township has been rebuilding the storm sewer system over the past thirteen years and the
following is a summary of the past four and a half years of activity:


                                                                 2005       2006         2007       2008     Oct-09
   Number of Storm Sewer Inlets Rebuilt/Maintained                  96         60           97        113       113



Storm Sewer Mte. Expenditures                    2007             2008           2009             2009           2010
01-40-405-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget          Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $     48,621    $      44,455   $     62,022    $      29,000   $     31,187
 110 Overtime Wages                                1,543              825          1,500            1,000          1,500
 120 Part-Time Wages                               1,398            1,233          1,400            1,000          1,400
 198 Social Security Expense                       3,913            3,533          4,967            2,372          2,608
 199 Overhead Distribution                        33,710           39,411         47,763           22,989         26,006

         Total Personal Services            $     89,185    $      89,457   $    117,652    $      56,361   $     62,702

Contractual Services
 290 Other Contractual Services             $      3,144    $      28,705   $       3,100   $       3,000   $      3,100

         Total Contractual Services         $      3,144    $      28,705   $       3,100   $       3,000   $      3,100




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  254                                        2010 Adopted Budget
STORM SEWER                                     GENERAL FUND
MAINTENANCE                                     PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Commodities
 315 Construction Supplies                  $     66,932    $      65,097   $     65,000   $      55,000   $     65,000
 390 Other Supplies                                3,108            1,055          3,000           3,000          3,000

         Total Commodities                  $     70,040    $      66,152   $     68,000   $      58,000   $     68,000
Total Storm Sewer Mte. Expenditures         $    162,369    $     184,314   $    188,752   $     117,361   $    133,802


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Storm Sewer Maintenance are $54,950 less than appropriated in 2009, which has been
based on the allocation of the work force needed for 2010.




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  255                                       2010 Adopted Budget
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING                                GENERAL FUND
& SAFETY                                           PUBLIC WORKS


                                                    2007             2008              2009            2009             2010
                                                   Actual           Actual            Budget         Estimate          Budget

Traffic Eng. & Safety Expenditures

    Personal Services                          $     45,135    $      41,296     $      54,106   $      34,292     $     39,242
    Contractual Services                            121,180           96,333            89,190         107,055          114,366
    Commodities                                      11,926           10,473            23,000          10,500           23,000
Total Traffic Eng. & Safety Expenditures       $    178,241    $     148,102     $     166,296   $     151,847     $    176,608


TRAFFIC ENGINEERING & SAFETY OVERVIEW

The Traffic Engineering and Safety Program provides funds for the following functions:

    •   Street light operation
    •   Traffic pavement marking maintenance
    •   Traffic sign installation and maintenance
    •   Traffic signal maintenance and operation

The total Traffic Engineering and Safety Program in the Township is directed by the Township Manager
through the Public Works Department.

The numbers of streetlights in use for the past eight years are:

                     2002        2003       2004     2005       2006           2007       2008        2009
                      296        296        312      313        313            313        315         314

This program also provides for the operation and maintenance of the Township's seven signalized intersections.
Traffic control maintenance is handled by a private contractor.

Traffic Eng. & Safety Expenditures                  2007             2008              2009            2009             2010
01-40-406-500???-000                               Actual           Actual            Budget         Estimate          Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                           $     24,751    $      20,719     $      28,076   $      18,000     $     19,358
 110 Overtime Wages                                      65               83               100             100              100
 120 Part-Time Wages                                  1,181              499             2,000             500            2,000
 198 Social Security Expense                          1,977            1,628             2,308           1,423            1,642
 199 Overhead Distribution                           17,161           18,367            21,621          14,269           16,142

         Total Personal Services               $     45,135    $      41,296     $      54,106   $      34,292     $     39,242




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                     256                                            2010 Adopted Budget
TRAFFIC ENGINEERING                              GENERAL FUND
& SAFETY                                         PUBLIC WORKS


                                                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 242 Utilities-Electricity*                  $     56,733    $      55,509   $     57,960   $      60,555   $     61,766
 244 Street Light Installation                        -                -              600             -              600
 253 Traffic Signal Maintenance                     9,106            6,143         12,000           6,500         12,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                    55,341           34,681         18,630          40,000         40,000

         Total Contractual Services          $    121,180    $      96,333   $     89,190   $     107,055   $    114,366

Commodities
 311 Traffic Control-Parts**                 $     11,531    $      10,055   $     20,000   $      10,000   $     20,000
 312 Traffic Paint                                    283              -            1,000             -            1,000
 390 Other Supplies                                   112              418          2,000             500          2,000

         Total Commodities                   $     11,926    $      10,473   $     23,000   $      10,500   $     23,000
Total Traffic Eng. & Safety Expenditures     $    178,241    $     148,102   $    166,296   $     151,847   $    176,608

*Utilities-Electricity: Street Lights, signalized intersections, and school crossing flashers
**Traffic Control Parts: Sign Blanks, channel posts, hardware, and scotchlite materials

BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Traffic Engineering and Safety for 2010 are $10,312 more than appropriated in 2009 due to
an increase in contractual services.




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   257                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                   GENERAL FUND
STREET MAINTENANCE                                 PUBLIC WORKS


                                                    2007             2008            2009            2009           2010
                                                   Actual           Actual          Budget         Estimate        Budget

Street Maintenance Expenditures

    Personal Services                          $    136,154    $     140,854    $    148,076   $     171,489   $    188,005
    Contractual Services                             10,222            4,514          15,000          10,000         15,000
    Commodities                                      25,080           34,279          42,500          41,500         44,500
Total Street Maintenance Expenditures          $    171,456    $     179,647    $    205,576   $     222,989   $    247,505


STREET MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

The Street Maintenance budget funds a maintenance program that includes asphalt resurfacing, drainage
improvements, berm improvement, asphalt patching and sealing. A substantial number of personnel hours are
allocated to maintain the State and Township's 110 miles of streets. Inadequate drainage facilities, improper
base materials, and insufficient depth of base and surface in many older roads have caused extensive annual
maintenance and repair requirements.

Activities included as part of this program are:

    •   Asphalt patching                                               •     Miscellaneous repairs
    •   Asphalt resurfacing                                            •     Street Sweeping and Cleaning
    •   Drainage improvements                                          •     Unimproved street maintenance
    •   Guide rail installation/replacement                            •     Winter patching
    •   Joint and crack sealing


Additional street maintenance activities, such as resurfacing, are included in the Capital Projects Fund and in
the State Liquid Fuels Fund. The number of miles resurfaced in the past four years is illustrated below.

                                            2006     2007       2008         2009
                                            4.39     3.66       3.47         3.32

In 1984, the Township and PennDOT began an Agreement under which PennDOT will reimburse Upper St.
Clair for maintenance work on state roads. This Agreement was the first of its kind in the State and has become
a model for use by other municipalities. Under the Agreement, the ownership and the responsibility for
maintenance of state roads remain with PennDOT. The Township, acting as an independent contractor, is
reimbursed on a unit price basis for maintenance work. In 2010, the State will reimburse the Township
approximately $15,227 for the maintenance of State roads located in the Township.

The Township also participates in a State Road Turnback program. This program permits the State to turn back
control of State roads to participating municipalities, in the event that the road is actually used as a local road.
In 2010, the anticipated revenue from the State Road Turnback program is $18,880.



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                     258                                        2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
STREET MAINTENANCE                              PUBLIC WORKS


Street Maintenance Expenditures                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-408-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $     73,949    $      66,452   $     77,565   $      88,000   $     94,637
 110 Overtime Wages                                  726            2,944          2,000           2,000          2,000
 120 Part-Time Wages                               4,187            4,355          2,500           4,500          4,700
 198 Social Security Expense                       6,022            8,192          6,278           7,229          7,752
 199 Overhead Distribution                        51,270           58,911         59,733          69,760         78,916

         Total Personal Services            $    136,154    $     140,854   $    148,076   $     171,489   $    188,005

Contractual Services
 290 Other Contractual Services*            $     10,222    $       4,514   $     15,000   $      10,000   $     15,000

         Total Contractual Services         $     10,222    $       4,514   $     15,000   $      10,000   $     15,000

Commodities
 313 Street Sign Supplies                   $        956    $       3,612   $      5,000   $       3,500   $      5,000
 315 Construction Supplies                         7,213           10,987         15,000          15,000         15,000
 316 Asphalt Supplies**                           11,648           14,166         12,000          14,000         14,000
 343 Tools & Equipment***                          4,003            5,093          8,000           7,000          8,000
 390 Other Supplies                                1,260              421          2,500           2,000          2,500

         Total Commodities                  $     25,080    $      34,279   $     42,500   $      41,500   $     44,500
Total Street Maintenance Expenditures       $    171,456    $     179,647   $    205,576   $     222,989   $    247,505


*Other Contractual Services: Guide rail work, comprehensive maintenance program, street sweeping
**Asphalt Supplies: Materials for street resurfacing, patching and sealing by Township personnel
***Tools & Equipment: Safety barricades, traffic cones, patching tools, hand tools

BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Street Maintenance for 2010 are $41,929 more than appropriated in 2009 due to an
allocation change of the workforce.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  259                                       2010 Adopted Budget
REFUSE COLLECTION &                             GENERAL FUND
DISPOSAL                                        PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Refuse Collection Expenditures

    Contractual Services                    $    830,474    $     806,042   $ 1,128,725    $ 1,116,500     $ 1,143,405
Total Refuse Collection Expenditures        $    830,474    $     806,042   $ 1,128,725    $ 1,116,500     $ 1,143,405


REFUSE COLLECTION & DISPOSAL OVERVIEW

Garbage and refuse collection service is provided by the Township through a contractual service
arrangement. Weekly curb pick-up of all household waste, rubbish, grass clippings and other materials as
defined by ordinance and contracts is provided to all residential areas of the Township. Christmas trees are
collected during the first two weeks of January.

The per capita amount of refuse has increased in recent years due to stringent anti-burning laws,
sophisticated packaging methods and new recycling laws.

Refuse Collection Expenditures                   2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-409-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 271 Services-Garbage Collection*           $    689,295    $     660,873   $    883,500   $     884,500   $    909,625
 272 Recycling Services                          133,066          139,726        229,225         230,000        223,780
 290 Other Contractual Services**                  8,113            5,443         16,000           2,000         10,000

         Total Contractual Services         $    830,474    $     806,042   $ 1,128,725    $ 1,116,500     $ 1,143,405
Total Refuse Collection Expenditures        $    830,474    $     806,042   $ 1,128,725    $ 1,116,500     $ 1,143,405

*Basic Contract Services: Includes state tipping service
**Other Contractual Services: Dumpster switches, planning and public education, site and equipment.

BUDGETARY COMMENT

Prior to 1973, refuse collection was financed by special user fees billed to residents on a quarterly basis. In
1974, these special fees were eliminated and refuse collection costs were absorbed into the General Fund, where
they are financed by general tax revenue. The 2010 Budget is $14,680 or 1.3% more than appropriated in 2009,
due to contract obligations with our waste hauler. Under Act 101, which is known as the State Recycling Law,
the State of Pennsylvania mandates that a municipality must provide certain recycling services and a leaf waste
management program to comply with the Act.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  260                                       2010 Adopted Budget
REFUSE COLLECTION &                           GENERAL FUND
DISPOSAL                                      PUBLIC WORKS


SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

General Fund Revenue Breakdown

How much tax revenue does it take to operate the Refuse Collection department?


  Net Expenditures*                                                    $1,125,905

    How many real estate tax mills?                       0.31          $512,886

    Earned Income Tax per $100?                   $       6.81          $517,205

    Percentage of Other Taxes?                          0.58%            $95,814


*Net Expenditures are the total expenditures for the department less direct applicable funding streams such as
department specific fees, grants, and portions of the State pension grant.




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania              261                                   2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
BUILDING MAINTENANCE                            PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Building Maintenance Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $    188,742    $     236,711   $    260,101   $     188,625   $    207,114
    Contractual Services                         284,889          280,099        340,460         352,250        359,780
    Commodities                                   64,754           75,965         75,138          60,100         75,100
Total Building Maintenance Expenditures     $    538,385    $     592,775   $    675,699   $     600,975   $    641,994


BUILDING MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

The Building Maintenance program provides for the maintenance and operation of the Township
buildings, which include the Municipal Building, the Public Works Building, the McLaughlin Run Road
Recreation Center, the Log House, the Tennis Building, the Route 19 Fire Hall and the Public Works
Annex Building at Boyce Mayview Park. Building maintenance program activities include painting,
carpet installation, window cleaning, office renovation, the repairs and maintenance of heating and air
conditioning and electrical systems, and the cost of utilities (water, sewage, gas and electric).

Building Maintenance Expenditures                2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-411-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $     99,247    $     113,782   $    133,858   $      94,000   $    101,090
 110 Overtime Wages                                1,303            1,348          2,000           1,500          2,000
 120 Part-Time Wages                              10,872           11,118         10,000          10,500         11,000
 198 Social Security Expense                       8,510            9,592         11,158           8,109          8,728
 199 Overhead Distribution                        68,810          100,871        103,084          74,516         84,297

         Total Personal Services            $    188,742    $     236,711   $    260,101   $     188,625   $    207,114

Contractual Services
 221 Property Damage Insurance              $      6,000    $      10,750   $      6,000   $      10,750   $     10,750
 240 Utilities-Water & Sewerage                   23,887           15,090         40,000          20,000         25,000
 241 Utilities-Gas/Heating Oil                    39,796           44,049         42,642          48,000         50,000
 242 Utilities-Electric                           92,932          101,514        103,488         101,500        103,530
 255 Building Repair & Maintenance                33,465           35,091         39,330          40,000         40,500
 256 Heating/Air Conditioning Mte                  4,509            6,366         24,000          40,000         40,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                   84,300           67,239         85,000          92,000         90,000

         Total Contractual Services         $    284,889    $     280,099   $    340,460   $     352,250   $    359,780




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  262                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
BUILDING MAINTENANCE                            PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Commodities
 305 Building Maintenance Equipment         $     11,665    $      14,259   $     16,043   $      10,000   $     16,000
 306 Building Maintenance Supplies                52,963           57,545         58,995          50,000         59,000
 390 Other Supplies                                  126            4,161            100             100            100

         Total Commodities                  $     64,754    $      75,965   $     75,138   $      60,100   $     75,100
Total Building Maintenance Expenditures     $    538,385    $     592,775   $    675,699   $     600,975   $    641,994


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Building Maintenance in 2010 are $33,705 less than appropriated in 2009. Although there is a
decrease in total funds requested, the heating and air conditioning maintenance budget was increased due to the age
of the municipal building.




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  263                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                           PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Equipment Maintenance Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $    166,701     $     213,750    $    221,541    $     229,152    $    251,595
    Contractual Services                          74,570            68,104          84,725           71,725          86,080
    Commodities                                  264,623           307,299         382,200          273,500         351,500
    Distributed Costs                            (73,483)          (76,055)        (78,715)         (78,715)        (82,000)
Total Equipment Mte. Expenditures           $    432,411     $     513,098    $    609,751    $     495,662    $    607,175


EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

The Equipment Maintenance garage is staffed by two mechanics and others in the Public Works workforce.
This program is responsible for the maintenance of major equipment (administration, police, and public works
trucks; Clark loader; backhoes; etc.) and minor equipment (sprayers, trailers, mowers, etc.)

Over the past several years, the Equipment Maintenance program has been less reliant on outside contractors.
The program has benefited from the purchase of maintenance equipment such as a precision metal lathe,
hydraulic hose making machine, and a tire changer. Controlling costs in this program has been aided by the
installation of tracking software and an inventory control system.

Equipment Maintenance Expenditures               2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
01-40-412-500???-000                            Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $     91,963     $     105,267    $    117,641    $     120,000    $    129,051
 110 Overtime Wages                                3,462             6,337           3,500            4,000           4,200
 120 Part-Time Wages                                 202               305             500              500             500
 198 Social Security Expense                       7,314             8,518           9,306            9,524          10,232
 199 Overhead Distribution                        63,760            93,323          90,595           95,127         107,613

         Total Personal Services            $    166,701     $     213,750    $    221,541    $     229,152    $    251,595

Contractual Services
 222 Vehicle Insurance                      $     42,413     $      40,827    $     42,725    $      42,725    $     43,580
 252 Communication Equipment Mte                   3,223             6,515           7,000            4,000           7,000
 254 Vehicle Equipment Maintenance*               22,838            16,520          25,000           15,000          25,000
 290 Other Contractual Services**                  6,096             4,242          10,000           10,000          10,500

         Total Contractual Services         $     74,570     $      68,104    $     84,725    $      71,725    $     86,080




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   264                                         2010 Adopted Budget
                                                 GENERAL FUND
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                            PUBLIC WORKS


                                                  2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                 Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Commodities
 340 Vehicle Supplies                        $     48,650     $      79,150    $     80,000    $      72,000    $     95,000
 341 Fuels & Lubricants                           182,513           191,608         254,200          165,000         200,000
 343 Tools & Equipment                              7,173            11,174           9,000            8,000          12,000
 344 Tires                                         23,167            20,902          35,000           24,000          40,000
 390 Other Supplies                                 3,120             4,465           4,000            4,500           4,500

         Total Commodities                   $    264,623     $     307,299    $    382,200    $     273,500    $    351,500

Distributed Costs
 601 Less: Dist. Vehicle Costs               $    (73,483)    $     (76,055)   $    (78,715)   $     (78,715)   $    (82,000)

         Total Distributed Costs             $    (73,483)    $     (76,055)   $    (78,715)   $     (78,715)   $    (82,000)
Total Equipment Mte. Expenditures            $    432,411     $     513,098    $    609,751    $     495,662    $    607,175

*Vehicle Equipment Maintenance: Spring replacements, generator and starter repairs, compressor repairs, heavy
equipment and tire and body repairs
**Other Contractual Services: Including emission inspections and towing services

BUDGETARY COMMENT

A portion of vehicle maintenance costs is distributed to other programs. The distributed vehicle cost estimates
for 2010 are:
               Fund - Acct.                                              2009        2010
                  No.          Program                     Vehicles Distribution Distribution
                 01-102        Administration                  4       $   6,494 $      9,774
                 01-201        Police Department              20          50,275       48,871
                 01-301        Comm. Development               2           6,494        4,887
                 01-415        Parks Maintenance         Mowing Equip.     5,207        5,250
                 01-501        Recreation                      1              -         2,444
                 50-425        Sanitary Sewer Fund             3           9,745        7,331
                 52-415        Boyce/Mayview RAD               1             500        2,444
                 52-415        Boyce/Mayview RAD         Mowing Equip.        -         1,000
                                          Total Vehicle Distribution $    78,715 $     82,000


The undistributed portion of the Equipment Maintenance budget $607,175 represents an estimate of the vehicle
maintenance and operation costs associated with all other Public Works and Parks and Recreation programs.

Funds requested for Equipment Maintenance are $2,576 less than appropriated in 2009.



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                    265                                         2010 Adopted Budget
GOLF COURSE                                     GENERAL FUND
MAINTENANCE                                     PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Golf Course Maintenance Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $     33,136    $      46,067   $     38,633   $      36,861   $     40,381
    Contractual Services                           6,916            4,526         13,100           6,565          8,100
    Commodities                                   24,659           31,175         34,000          33,500         35,250
Total Golf Course Mte. Expenditures         $     64,711    $      81,768   $     85,733   $      76,926   $     83,731


GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

A course consisting of three golf holes owned by the Township and located in the McLaughlin Run Community
Park, is open to all residents during the summer season. Approximate course play per season is 3,500 rounds. The
tennis supervisor on duty at the McLaughlin Run Park Tennis Center administers the golf course. The Township
estimates that the course will generate $10,000 in revenue in 2010. This revenue represents 11.9% of the direct
operating costs.

Golf Course Maintenance Expenditures             2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-413-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $     18,536    $      22,800   $     20,192   $      19,000   $     20,433
 110 Overtime Wages                                  188            1,044            500             500            500
 120 Part-Time Wages                                 120              240            750             750            750
 198 Social Security Expense                       1,441            1,770          1,640           1,549          1,659
 199 Overhead Distribution                        12,851           20,213         15,550          15,062         17,039

         Total Personal Services            $     33,136    $      46,067   $     38,633   $      36,861   $     40,381

Contractual Services
 240 Utilities-Water & Sewerage             $      6,855    $       4,465   $     13,000   $       6,500   $      8,000
 242 Utilities-Electric                               61               61            100              65            100

         Total Contractual Services         $      6,916    $       4,526   $     13,100   $       6,565   $      8,100

Commodities
 315 Construction Supplies                  $      1,157    $       3,898   $      5,000   $       5,000   $      5,000
 327 Botanical Supplies                           23,502           26,076         28,000          27,000         28,500
 328 Park Maintenance Supplies                       -              1,201          1,000           1,500          1,750

         Total Commodities                  $     24,659    $      31,175   $     34,000   $      33,500   $     35,250
Total Golf Course Mte. Expenditures         $     64,711    $      81,768   $     85,733   $      76,926   $     83,731

BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Golf Course Maintenance in 2010 are $2,002 less than 2009.

Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  266                                       2010 Adopted Budget
TENNIS COURT MAINTENACE                         GENERAL FUND
& SUPERVISION                                   PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Tennis Court Mte. Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $     47,220    $      49,338   $     48,455   $      51,677   $     56,627
    Contractual Services                           3,877            2,569          7,300           1,600          4,200
    Commodities                                    3,391            4,998         13,000          10,200         13,000
Total Tennis Court Mte. Expenditures        $     54,488    $      56,905   $     68,755   $      63,477   $     73,827


TENNIS COURT MAINTENANCE & SUPERVISION OVERVIEW

The tennis program is conducted at ten lighted courts located in the Community Park. The courts are
available for a fee seven days per week during the months of April through October. Day and evening
supervision is provided during the summer months of June, July and August. Township supervisors
schedule advanced reservations for informal singles and doubles play. Two Township courts located at
Baker are also available for permit play during the summer months. Paddle tennis courts are also available
at the Community Park.

Fees for season participants of the tennis facilities are as follows: Individual permits are Adult $47.00;
Individual Junior $42.00; Family $103.00; Restricted $7.00; and Hourly Play $5.00 per hour. Group tennis
instruction and private lessons are offered throughout the year. One thousand participants are expected to
register in 2010. Paddle tennis fees are: permit $65.00; prime-time play $10.00 per hour; and non-prime
time play $8.00 per hour.


Tennis Court Mte. Expenditures                   2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-414-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $     16,808    $      14,998   $     16,621   $      18,000   $     19,358
 110 Overtime Wages                                  450              768            -               750            750
 120 Part-Time Wages                              15,786           17,729         16,500          16,000         17,500
 198 Social Security Expense                       2,523            2,547          2,534           2,658          2,877
 199 Overhead Distribution                        11,653           13,296         12,800          14,269         16,142

         Total Personal Services            $     47,220    $      49,338   $     48,455   $      51,677   $     56,627




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  267                                       2010 Adopted Budget
TENNIS COURT MAINTENACE                         GENERAL FUND
& SUPERVISION                                   PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 240 Utilities-Water & Sewerage             $        -      $         -     $        200   $         -     $        -
 241 Utilities-Gas/Heating Oil                     3,098            1,415          4,500           1,000          3,500
 242 Utilities-Electric                              -                -            1,000             -              -
 243 Utilities-Telephone                             779              697          1,000             100            100
 290 Other Contractual Services                      -                457            600             500            600

         Total Contractual Services         $      3,877    $       2,569   $      7,300   $       1,600   $      4,200

Commodities
 326 Supplies                               $         87    $         146   $      1,000   $         200   $      1,000
 328 Park Maintenance Supplies                     3,304            4,852         12,000          10,000         12,000

         Total Commodities                  $      3,391    $       4,998   $     13,000   $      10,200   $     13,000
Total Tennis Court Mte. Expenditures        $     54,488    $      56,905   $     68,755   $      63,477   $     73,827


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Tennis Court Maintenance and Supervision are $5,072 more than requested in 2009.




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  268                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                                   GENERAL FUND
PARKS MAINTENANCE                                  PUBLIC WORKS


                                                    2007             2008            2009            2009             2010
                                                   Actual           Actual          Budget         Estimate          Budget

Parks Maintenance Expenditures

    Personal Services                          $    513,797    $     675,603    $    470,018   $     507,108     $      556,479
    Contractual Services                            122,287          137,732         142,310         127,000            143,000
    Commodities                                      39,268           84,791          98,305          68,000             97,700
    Distributed Costs                                 5,325          (10,380)          5,207           5,207              5,250
Total Parks Maintenance Expenditures           $    680,677    $     887,746    $    715,840   $     707,315     $      802,429


PARKS MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

This program provides funds for the botanical maintenance of all Township owned land and the maintenance of
recreation devices in the parks. Major program activities: general parks maintenance; planting flowers, shrubs
and seed; mowing; parks equipment maintenance; and fertilization.

The Township now owns and maintains approximately 747.03 acres of parks and open space, requiring varying
degrees of maintenance attention. A description of Township park sites is presented below.

                                                               Developed Community and
         Undeveloped or Low Developed Sites          Acres     Neighborhood Parks                              Acres
         Boyce Road Site                               4.50    Baker Park                                       13.82
         Brookside Site                                3.70    Beadling Soccer Field                             3.36
         Gilfillan Site                               59.57    Boyce Mayview Park Complex                       15.00
         Mayview Property                            238.00    Byrnwick Park                                     7.05
         Old Morton Road Site                         43.00    Clair Park                                        2.20
         Ravine Park                                  10.51    Golf Course and Central Municipal Park           19.50
         Regional Park-Boyce                         237.00    Hays Road Park                                    4.21
         Slope Land and Other Undeveloped Parcel      10.44    Johnston Park                                     2.48
         Total                                       606.72    Marmion Field                                    11.32
                                                               Morton Soccer Fields                              6.00
         Parklets and Traffic Islands                Acres     Morton Softball/Baseball Fields                   1.50
         26 Traffic Islands                            2.50    Tennis Center                                    10.25
         Berkshire/York Parklet                        0.50    Trotwood Park                                     8.00
         Country Club Parklet                          2.00    Tustin Park                                       6.52
         Edgewood Parklet                              0.53    Wiltshire Park                                   11.20
         Seegar Road Parklet                           0.50    Total                                           122.41
         Total                                         6.03
                                                               GRAND TOTAL ACREAGE                             747.03
         Other Sites                                 Acres
         Fire Station Site                             2.00
         Fire Substation Site                          2.87
         Log House Site                                1.50
         Municipal Building Site                       3.00
         Public Works Building Site                    2.50
         Total                                        11.87

Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                     269                                        2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
PARKS MAINTENANCE                               PUBLIC WORKS


Parks Maintenance Expenditures                   2007             2008            2009            2009           2010
01-40-415-500???-000                            Actual           Actual          Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $    272,383    $     324,563    $    234,857   $     252,000   $    271,006
 110 Overtime Wages                                3,040            5,896           3,750           3,500          4,000
 120 Part-Time Wages                              26,509           30,092          30,000          30,000         32,000
 198 Social Security Expense                      23,015           27,317          20,548          21,841         23,486
 199 Overhead Distribution                       188,850          287,735         180,862         199,767        225,987

         Total Personal Services            $    513,797    $     675,603    $    470,018   $     507,108   $    556,479

Contractual Services
 240 Utilities-Water & Sewerage             $     28,408    $      32,746    $     32,000   $      31,000   $     32,500
 241 Utilities-Gas/Heating Oil                     3,417            3,767           3,000           3,500          4,000
 242 Utilities-Electric                           22,388           22,673          25,000          12,000         20,000
 251 Repairs & Maintenance-Rec. Eqp                  -                -               500             -              500
 290 Other Contractual Services                   44,830           46,637          55,310          54,000         56,000
 299 Annual Park Maintenance Prog                 23,244           31,909          26,500          26,500         30,000

         Total Contractual Services         $    122,287    $     137,732    $    142,310   $     127,000   $    143,000

Commodities
 315 Construction Supplies                  $      9,501    $      17,612    $     31,000   $      13,000   $     30,000
 327 Botanical Supplies                           11,398           36,416          40,000          32,000         40,000
 328 Park Maintenance Supplies                    12,997           21,472          12,200          12,000         12,500
 342 Mechanical Equipment & Supply                 4,047            6,694          10,000           7,000         10,000
 343 Tools & Equipment                             1,131            2,172           3,105           2,800          3,200
 390 Other Supplies                                  194              425           2,000           1,200          2,000

         Total Commodities                  $     39,268    $      84,791    $     98,305   $      68,000   $     97,700

Distributed Costs
 601 Distributed Vehicle Costs              $      5,325    $       5,511    $      5,207   $       5,207   $      5,250
 604 Dist. Boyce Mayview RAD Costs                   -            (15,891)            -               -              -

         Total Distributed Costs            $      5,325    $     (10,380)   $      5,207   $       5,207   $      5,250
Total Parks Maintenance Expenditures        $    680,677    $     887,746    $    715,840   $     707,315   $    802,429


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Parks Maintenance in 2010 are $86,589 more than appropriated in 2009 due to the work force
allocation planned for 2010.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  270                                        2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
FORESTRY                                        PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007              2008             2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual            Actual           Budget         Estimate        Budget

Forestry Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $      46,962    $      25,297     $     44,691   $      40,829   $     45,126
    Contractual Services                           28,555           28,318           25,875          20,000         29,000
    Commodities                                     2,153            1,827            5,970           5,000          5,970
Total Forestry Expenditures                 $      77,670    $      55,442     $     76,536   $      65,829   $     80,096


FORESTRY OVERVIEW

The Township's tree planting and maintenance program is closely related with the parks maintenance function.
Activities included in this program are:

    •   Disease control                                              •     Spring tree planting in parks and Township
    •   Fall tree planting in parks and Township                           sites
        sites                                                        •     Stump removal
    •   Gypsy moth control program                                   •     Tree trimming and maintenance

Forestry Expenditures                            2007              2008             2009            2009           2010
01-40-416-500???-000                            Actual            Actual           Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $      24,124    $      10,667     $     22,161   $      20,000   $     21,508
 110 Overtime Wages                                 1,849            1,712            2,000           2,000          2,000
 120 Part Time Wages                                2,123            2,340            1,500           1,200          1,750
 198 Social Security Expense                        2,140            1,121            1,963           1,775          1,932
 199 Overhead Distribution                         16,726            9,457           17,066          15,855         17,935

         Total Personal Services            $      46,962    $      25,297     $     44,691   $      40,829   $     45,126

Contractual Services
 290 Other Contractual Services             $      28,555    $      28,318     $     25,875   $      20,000   $     29,000

         Total Contractual Services         $      28,555    $      28,318     $     25,875   $      20,000   $     29,000




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   271                                         2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
FORESTRY                                        PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Commodities
 327 Botanical Supplies*                    $        -      $         166   $      3,500   $       3,500   $      3,570
 342 Mechanical Equipment**                          -                -              400             -              400
 390 Other Supplies***                             2,153            1,661          2,070           1,500          2,000

         Total Commodities                  $      2,153    $       1,827   $      5,970   $       5,000   $      5,970
    Total Forestry                          $     77,670    $      55,442   $     76,536   $      65,829   $     80,096

*Botanical Supplies: New and replacment trees, fertilizer, evergreen food, chemicals for disease control
**Mechanical Equipment: Parks supplies, chain saw and chain saw repairs
***Other Supplies: Rope, safety hooks, pruners, insect control sprays

BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds requested for Forestry in 2010 are $3,560 more than those appropriated in 2009 due to an increase in
contractual services.




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  272                                       2010 Adopted Budget
SCHOOL GROUNDS                                  GENERAL FUND
MAINTENANCE                                     PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007            2008          2009          2009           2010
                                                Actual          Actual        Budget       Estimate        Budget

School Grounds Mte. Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $       970    $        155   $        -   $        323    $        -
    Commodities                                     -               -              -            -               -
    Distributed Costs                               -               -              -            -               -
Total School Grounds Mte. Expenditures      $       970    $        155   $        -   $        323    $        -

SCHOOL GROUNDS MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

Since 1974, the Township Public Works Department had maintained Upper St. Clair's public school
grounds. This maintenance program includes the care of approximately 90 acres at four elementary
schools, two secondary schools and the high school. Tree maintenance, lawn and slope maintenance, and
athletic field maintenance are performed by the Township under an agreement with the School District.
This includes general maintenance of grass mowing, aeration, weed control, athletic field seeding, and tree
trimming and spraying.
School Grounds Mte. Expenditures                 2007            2008          2009          2009           2010
01-40-417-500???-000                            Actual          Actual        Budget       Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $       599    $        -     $        -   $        200    $        -
 110 Overtime Wages                                 302             144            -            100             -
 120 Part-Time Wages                                -               -              -            -               -
 198 Social Security Expense                         69              11            -             23             -
 199 Overhead Distribution                          -               -              -            -               -

         Total Personal Services            $       970    $        155   $        -   $        323    $        -

Commodities
 327 Botanical Supplies*                    $        -     $         -    $        -   $         -     $        -
 390 Other Supplies                                  -               -             -             -              -

         Total Commodities                  $        -     $         -    $        -   $         -     $        -

Distributed Costs
 601 Distributed Vehicle Costs              $        -     $         -    $        -   $         -     $        -

         Total Distributed Costs            $        -     $         -    $        -   $         -     $        -
Total School Grounds Mte. Expenditures      $       970    $        155   $        -   $        323    $        -

*Botanical Supplies: Fertilizer, seed and spray

BUDGETARY COMMENT
Since 2002, the School District has used their own maintenance staff to provide these services.


Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                 273                                    2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
FORCE WORK PROJECTS                             PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Force Work Projects Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $    108,971    $      35,627   $     82,923   $      20,845   $     22,698
    Contractual Services                             -                -            2,500           1,500          2,500
    Commodities                                    5,943              525          7,000             500          7,000
Total Force Work Projects Expenditures      $    114,914    $      36,152   $     92,423   $      22,845   $     32,198


FORCE WORK PROJECTS OVERVIEW

The purpose of this account is to collect labor costs associated with a number of projects planned for 2010
to be accomplished by Township forces. These projects include replacing sidewalks, curbs, roadwork and
emergency repairs.

Force Work Projects Expenditures                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-40-418-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $     56,164    $      17,069   $     44,323   $      10,000   $     10,754
 110 Overtime Wages                                8,041              513            500           1,000          1,000
 120 Part Time Wages                               1,004            1,463            500           1,000          1,000
 198 Social Security Expense                       4,822            1,450          3,467             918            976
 199 Overhead Distribution                        38,940           15,132         34,133           7,927          8,968

         Total Personal Services            $    108,971    $      35,627   $     82,923   $      20,845   $     22,698

Contractual Services
 290 Other Contractual Services             $        -      $         -     $      2,500   $       1,500   $      2,500

         Total Contractual Services         $        -      $         -     $      2,500   $       1,500   $      2,500

Commodities
 390 Other Supplies                         $      5,943    $        525    $      7,000   $        500    $      7,000

         Total Commodities                  $      5,943    $        525    $      7,000   $        500    $      7,000
Total Force Work Projects Expenditures      $    114,914    $      36,152   $     92,423   $      22,845   $     32,198


BUDGETARY COMMENT

This program provides an appropriation for labor expenses and equipment rental. Funds requested for
Force Work Projects in 2010 are $60,225 less than those appropriated in 2009 due to the workforce
allocation planned for 2010.



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  274                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                              GENERAL FUND
OVERHEAD DISTRIBUTION                         PUBLIC WORKS


OVERHEAD DISTRIBUTION OVERVIEW

This account represents the total Public Works Budget cost for wages for vacation and sick days, craft wages,
medical insurance, group life insurance, workmen's compensation insurance, long-term disability, social
security tax, uniform rentals, and retirement fund contributions for full time employees.

Public Works Overhead Distribution                  2007            2008             2009             2009            2010
01-40-499-500???-000                               Actual          Actual           Budget          Estimate         Budget

  101   Full-Time Wages                        $    195,229    $    233,313     $    205,540    $     188,061    $    218,767
  112   Craft Wages                                   9,256          14,032           15,000           15,250          15,500
  162   Group Life Insurance                          8,179          10,110           10,741           10,720          10,824
  163   Medical Insurance                           250,320         282,811          283,532          290,000         341,838
  164   Workmen's Compensation                       64,109          77,143           83,453           98,966         117,522
  166   Pension Costs                                84,977         137,920          139,537          140,896         140,992
  167   Longterm Disability Insurance                 5,470           6,662            7,693           10,205          10,206
  198   Social Security Expense                      17,893          19,079           16,872           15,553          17,921
  262   Uniform Reimbursement                        24,352          25,036           25,000           27,000          28,000
  199   Less: Dist. Operating Costs                (659,785)       (806,106)        (787,368)        (796,652)       (901,570)

Total Public Works Overhead Distribution       $        -      $        -       $        -      $         -      $        -



In 2010, the total overhead Fringe Benefit expense estimate of $901,570 is distributed to the Public Works
departments based on actual costs. The distribution is as follows:

                                                                                2009             2010
                                 Fund-Acct. No.                             Distribution     Distribution
                 01-401 Public Works Administration                         $    84,148      $    95,550
                 01-403 Civic Activities                                           6,976            7,892
                 01-404 Snow and Ice Control                                     33,295           37,665
                 01-405 Storm Sewer Maintenance                                  22,989           26,006
                 01-406 Traffic Safety                                           14,269           16,142
                 01-408 Street Maintenance                                       69,760           78,916
                 01-411 Building Maintenance                                     74,516           84,297
                 01-412 Equipment Maintenance                                    95,127          107,613
                 01-413 Golf Course Maintenance                                  15,062           17,039
                 01-414 Tennis Court Maintenance                                 14,269           16,142
                 01-415 Parks Maintenance                                       199,767          225,987
                 01-416 Forestry                                                 15,855           17,935
                 01-418 Force Work Projects                                        7,927            8,968
                 50-425 Sanitary Sewer Fund                                      23,782           26,903
                 52-102 Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund                             118,909          134,516
                       Total Distributed Amount                             $ 796,652        $ 901,570


Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania               275                                              2010 Adopted Budget
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DEPARTMENT                                     GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                               RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Recreation Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $    286,357    $     291,014   $    171,800   $     176,760   $    182,580
    Contractual Services                         225,122          217,927        232,014         186,327        205,500
    Commodities                                   59,995           63,171         51,281          44,529         50,925
    Distributed Costs                             24,449           45,085         18,113          15,045         39,880
Total Recreation Expenditures               $    595,923    $     617,197   $    473,208   $     422,661   $    478,885


RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES OVERVIEW

The Department of Recreation and Leisure Services is responsible for the recreational programming,
playground enhancements, park planning, facility management, athletic field management, community group
management as well as community outreach for more than 20,000 residents. As the steward of these valuable
community assets, the Department maintains these properties/organizations to protect the public investment and
to provide safe, fun, educational, quality leisure time opportunities that enhance the quality of life within the
community.

In 2010, the Recreation department opened a new 90,000 sq. ft. Community & Recreation Center (C&RC)
servicing both residents and non-residents. This facility will be dependent on revenues from membership fees
and other program related revenue. Therefore, the Township has appropriated personnel and other program
costs from the General Fund to an enterprise fund for the C&RC. The remaining appropriations in the General
Fund will consist of those costs that do not originate from the C&RC. Please refer to the Boyce Mayview
Community & Recreation Center Fund in the Enterprise Funds section for detailed information on the C&RC
operations.

DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Recreation Expenditures                          2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-50-501-500 TO 01-50-545-500                  Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $    131,173    $     133,551   $     47,935   $      47,000   $     49,322
 110 Overtime Wages                                  -                 90            100             600            100
 120 Part-Time Wages                              95,238           94,540         96,584         102,955         99,250
 162 Group Life Insurance                          1,172            1,341            510             506            528
 163 Medical Insurance                            29,507           31,422         11,152           9,958         13,668
 164 Workmen's Compensation                          684              678            242             287          4,001
 166 Pension Costs                                 8,792            9,312          3,304           3,250          3,419
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                   609              771            308             316            316
 168 Post Retirement Plan                          2,000            2,000            600             600            600
 198 Social Security Expense                      17,182           17,309         11,065          11,288         11,376

         Total Personal Services            $    286,357    $     291,014   $    171,800   $     176,760   $    182,580


Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  279                                       2010 Adopted Budget
DEPARTMENT                                     GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                               RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES (Continued)

                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 210 Professional Services                  $      3,944    $         -     $        -     $         -     $        -
 213 Prof Services-Pathfinder                        995              -              -               875            600
 220 Liability Insurance                          24,753           24,175         24,305          21,219         21,855
 230 Association Dues                                320              120            350             350            375
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                     152            1,090          1,750             300            350
 241 Utilities-Gas/Heating                        55,790           60,501         81,500          62,000         70,000
 242 Utilities-Electricity                        18,840           19,716         24,000          23,000         24,480
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                        1,684            1,648            900             -              -
      Office Equipment
 261 Rental Charges                                  628              670          5,000             604          1,000
 264 Rental-Pool                                     -                -              -               -              -
 274 Services                                        -                -            4,000             -              -
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating              14,447           14,533         14,600          15,315         16,100
 278 Postage Expense                               3,596            3,859          3,726           2,000          2,000
 279 Services-Recreation Programs                 37,177           22,494         17,500          14,000         14,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                   62,553           69,121         54,383          46,664         54,740
 291 Ad Hoc Committee Expenses                       243              -              -               -              -

         Total Contractual Services         $    225,122    $     217,927   $    232,014   $     186,327   $    205,500

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment           $        588    $         141   $        500   $         -     $        -
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                    1,315            1,646          1,350           2,500          1,000
 302 Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions              -              1,239            500             100            500
 303 Tapes                                           228              114            -               -              -
 304 Advertising-Publicity                           -                -              -               -              -
 310 Public Access Equipment                      13,945           14,014            -               -              -
 326 Recreation Supplies                          43,747           45,786         48,181          41,729         48,675
 328 Parks Mte Supplies                              156              -              500             -              500
 390 Other Supplies                                   16              231            250             200            250

         Total Commodities                  $     59,995    $      63,171   $     51,281   $      44,529   $     50,925

Distributed Costs
 601 Dist. Vehicle Costs                    $        -      $         -     $        -     $         -     $      2,444
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs                  24,449           45,085         18,113          15,045         37,436

         Total Distributed Costs            $     24,449    $      45,085   $     18,113   $      15,045   $     39,880
Total Recreation Expenditures               $    595,923    $     617,197   $    473,208   $     422,661   $    478,885

BUDGETARY COMMENT
Funds requested for Recreation in 2010 are $5,677 or 1.2% less than appropriated in 2009.

Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  280                                       2010 Adopted Budget
DEPARTMENT                                                  GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                            RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES



                                                     RECREATION EXPENDITURES




                      $750,000


                      $600,000
           DOLLARS




                      $450,000


                      $300,000


                      $150,000


                              $-
                                           2007             2008             2009            2009              2010
                                          Actual           Actual           Budget          Estimate          Budget


                                                          Recreation Expenditure Trends
                                                                    1991-2010

                     $700,000


                     $600,000


                     $500,000
           DOLLARS




                     $400,000


                     $300,000


                     $200,000


                     $100,000


                         $-
                                   1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                YEARS



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                                    281                                           2010 Adopted Budget
DEPARTMENT                                     GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                               RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

General Fund Revenue Breakdown

How much tax revenue does it take to operate the Recreation department?


  Net Expenditures*                                                       $63,944

    How many real estate tax mills?                       0.01            $29,129

    Earned Income Tax per $100?                   $       0.39            $29,374

    Percentage of Other Taxes?                          0.03%              $5,442


*Net Expenditures are the total expenditures for the department less direct applicable funding streams such as
department specific fees, grants, and portions of the State pension grant.




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania              282                                   2010 Adopted Budget
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                                               GENERAL FUND
ADMINISTRATION                        RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


                                                    2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                   Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Administration Expenditures

    Personal Services                          $    187,219    $     193,300   $     68,902   $      72,913   $     77,888
    Contractual Services                             45,673           45,580         46,031          40,084         41,080
    Commodities                                       3,080            3,404          4,350           4,500          3,500
    Distributed Costs                                24,449           45,085         18,113          15,045         39,880
Total Administration Expenditures              $    260,421    $     287,369   $    137,396   $     132,542   $    162,348


RECREATION ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW

The Department of Recreation and Leisure Services was established in 1988 when the Departments of
Public Works and Parks and Recreation were reorganized. All park maintenance, forestry and school
grounds maintenance services performed by Public Works employees are now accounted for by the
Department of Public Works. All recreation programming is included in the Department of Recreation and
Leisure Services. This re-organization has improved the efficiency of maintenance, planning and staffing.
The Department of Recreation and Leisure Services is responsible for the operation and supervision of the
following programs:

Aerobics, Dance & Exercise                  Older Adults Program                     Summer Playground
Baseball Program                            Ski Program                              Swim Program
Basketball Program                          Soccer Program                           Tennis Program
Football Training                           Softball League                          Youth Development
Golf Lesson Program                         Summer Music Program                     Various recreational activities

The Department of Recreation and Leisure Services also maintains schedules for use of Township facilities
such as meeting rooms, Recreation Center on McLaughlin Run Road and ball fields.

The administrative staff consists of a Director, a Community Program Coordinator, an Office Secretary,
and a part-time Senior Citizens Coordinator.

2009 DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    •   Expanded Community Programs to collaborate with the Regional Environmental Education Center
        (REEC) to create regional awareness of Boyce Mayview Park
    •   Continued to work with the USC Athletic Association to provide opportunities for USC Residents
    •   Continued to work with the USC School District on community wide programs such as Community
        Day, the Community Flea Market and Youth Steering Committee
    •   Improved Recreation Program Brochure
    •   Continued to work with the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board on the Gilfillan Charge, a smoking
        ban in community parks, consideration of alcohol at the C&RC and a dog park location in Boyce
        Mayview Park.
    •   Successfully scheduled the first full year of the Boyce Mayview Park Complex

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2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

    •   Expand regional awareness of Boyce Mayview Park through advertising, the recreation brochure and
        implementation of the C&RC Marketing Plan
    •   Promote and manage large community events (Community Day, Community Flea Market, Easter Egg
        Hunt)
    •   To coordinate activities thru the Park and Recreation Advisory Board
    •   Installation of new playground area at Boyce Mayview Park for young children
    •   Provide increased program opportunities for non-residents

                                                ____________


COMPREHENSIVE PLAN STATUS

The Township's Comprehensive Plan, which is updated every ten years, consists of goals and objectives for the
community over the next decade. The last update of the Comprehensive Plan was in 2005 and encompassed the
goals for the Township for the year 2005 through 2014. Below are current status updates as they relate to
Recreation. Please refer to the “Long Term Plan” section of the budget for a full status update.

Goal:       Assess the diversity of the Township recreational and leisure programs and identify program
            opportunities that maintain participation among youth, family and senior groups.
Update:     This is monitored on an ongoing basis through monthly Parks and Recreation Board (Advisory
            Board to the Board of Commissioners) meetings and weekly Recreation Department meetings.
            Committees, such as the Fields Committee and the Youth steering committee also monitor
            Recreation activities throughout the Township.

Goal:       Continue to study the feasibility of the Community & Recreation Center within the Township.
Update:     The Community & Recreation Center was constructed in 2009. The Parks and Recreation Board and
            C&RC staff continually monitor the status of the Center through analysis of the membership base
            and satisfaction surveys.

Goal:       Continue with the implementation of the four athletic fields and the active recreational area
            development in Boyce Mayview Park in accordance with the Park’s Master Plan.
Update:     2009 was the first full year of operation of the Boyce Mayview Park Complex. The Recreation
            Department will work with the USC Athletic Association to successfully schedule the use of the
            Complex.

Goal:       Continue to collaborate with the Upper St. Clair School District to expand joint opportunities for
            cultural, recreation and educational programming.
Update:     The Recreation Department is continually updating programming with the School District through
            the Fields Committee, the Youth Steering Committee and the USC High School athletic department.




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DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS

    •   Through October 2009, 2,491 participants have registered into 101 program offerings
    •   $325,000 in revenue from programs will be collected
    •   Program areas include: Adult, Family, Preschool, Senior, Teen and Youth
    •   Large Community Wide Events include USC Community Day, USC Community Wide Flea Market and
        Community Wide Easter Egg Hunt

                         Community Programs                              2008     Oct-09
                         All Programs
                          Total Participants                             3,928     2,491
                          Total Program Offerings                         127       101
                          Permits for Meeting Rooms                       410       472
                          Permits for Fields                               39        56

                         Program Participants
                          Football Training                              152        147
                          Aerobics/Dance & Exercise Classes              922        474
                          Ski Programs                                    0           0
                          Soccer Programs                                107         75
                          Summer Playground & Cultural Arts              571        441
                          Swim Program                                   279        52
                          Golf Lesson                                     81         66
                          Summer Music                                   92         90
                          Tennis Bubble/Paddle Tennis                     93        125
                          Miscellaneous Self-Supporting                  725        339
                          Youth Basketball                               824        650
                          Instructional Baseball                          58         56

                         Other Program Statistics
                          Softball Programs                          24 Teams    18 Teams
                          Older Adults                              2,391 Meals 2,131 Meals


Parks and Facilities
The Township of Upper St. Clair has 15 parks that equal 747 acres as community amenities. They include:

    •   3 – Hole Golf Course                  •     Marmion Field                    •     Johnson Park
    •   Baker Park                            •     Clair Park                       •     Memorial Garden
    •   Beadling Soccer Fields                •     Community Rooms                  •     Morton Field Complex
    •   Boyce Mayview Park                    •     Current Recreation               •     Municipal Tennis Court
        and Athletic Fields                         Center                           •     Ravine Park
    •   Brookshire Park                       •     Gilfillan Park                   •     Tustin Park
    •   Byrnwick Park                         •     Hays Park                        •     Wiltshire Park


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Community Organizations
The following is a list of Community Organizations that the Department of Recreation and Leisure Services
assisted in coordination so far during 2009. Through October 2009, 528 permits for Township meeting rooms
and fields were issued.

    •   1830 Log House                      •   Police Department             •   USC HS Swim Team
        Committee                               Training                      •   USC HS Thespians
    •   Allegheny Health                    •   Primary and General           •   USC League for the
        Department                              Elections                         Arts/Sugar Plum Shop
    •   Athletes Taking Action              •   Private parties               •   USC Library
    •   Baker Elementary                    •   PTA Council                   •   USC Lions Club
    •   Bethel Park/St. Clair               •   Sky Ridge Homeowners          •   USC Newcomers Club
        Rotary                              •   Streams Elementary            •   USC Public Works
    •   Boyce Road Gardeners                •   Tall Trees Homeowners         •   USC Republican
    •   Cinderella’s Closet(USC             •   Tri-Community                     Committee
        HS Service Project)                     Continuing Education          •   USC Republican Forum
    •   Community Foundation                •   Tri-Community EMS             •   USC School District
        of USC                              •   Trotwood Garden Club              Counselors
    •   Council of Republican               •   US Postal Service             •   USC Senior Citizens
        Women                               •   USC Boy Scouts, Cub           •   USC Stroke Survivors
    •   Different Strokes Tennis                Scouts, Tiger Scouts          •   USC Swim Club
        Club                                •   USC Citizens for Land         •   USC Volleyball
    •   Eisenhower Elementary                   Stewardship                       Boosters
    •   Friends of the Library              •   USC Coral Boosters            •   USC Women’s Club
        Book Collection and                 •   USC Crew Boosters             •   USC Youth
        Sale                                •   USC Democratic                    Cheerleaders
    •   Ft. Couch Middle                        Committee                     •   USCAA Baseball
        School                              •   USC Fly Fishing               •   USCAA Football
    •   Hastings Village                    •   USC Football Boosters         •   USCAA Lacrosse
        Homeowners                          •   USC Founders Group            •   USCAA Soccer
    •   Hidden Valley                       •   USC Girl Scouts,              •   USCAA Softball
        Homeowners                              Daisy’s Cookie Delivery       •   USCAA Travel Soccer
    •   Lower Chartiers                         and Sale                      •   USCAA Wrestling
        Watershed                           •   USC Historical Society        •   Welcome Wagon of
    •   Montclair Homeowners                •   USC Hockey Club                   USC
        Association                             USC HS Band
                                            •                                 •   Woodland Hills Swim
    •   Odyssey of the Mind                     Parents/Luminaries                Club
    •   Pacer Track Club                    •   USC HS Football               •   Wyngate Homeowners
    •   Parks and Recreation                •   USC HS Girls
        Board                                   Basketball
    •   Pineview Condominium                •   USC HS Marching Band
        Association                         •   USC HS Musical




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ADMINISTRATION                        RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Recreation and Leisure
Services Department for 2010 are as follows:


                  Position Title                     Pay Grade          Minimum          Maximum          2010 Positions
Director of Recreation and Leisure Services               4              $62,455           $87,435              1
Community Program Coordinator                             7              $34,395           $48,150              1
Office Secretary                                          8              $22,930           $40,125              1
Older Adult Coordinator                              Part Time                           $11.99/hour            1
Total                                                                                                           4




                                Dir. of Recreation & Leisure Services
                                            Paul Besterman




             Office Secretary
                Julie Shriver




     Senior Citizens’ Program Coordinator                Community Program Coordinator
                   Amy Kerman                                        Lynn Walcoff
                    (Part-time)




                                   Contractual Program Instructors                  Part-Time Employees for Specific
                                       for Specific Programs                                   Programs




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ADMINISTRATION                        RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE (Continued)

Budgetary Allocations
Certain Township employees have responsibilities outside of their primary department. A budgetary allocation
for Recreation employee’s wages and benefits has been made as follows:

                       Position Title                      Recreation           C&RC Fund            BM RAD
     Director of Recreation and Leisure Services              30%                 70%                  n/a
     Community Program Coordinator                            50%                 50%                  n/a
     Office Secretary                                         25%                 70%                  5%

DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Administration Expenditures                      2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-50-501-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $    131,173    $     133,551   $     47,935   $      47,000   $     49,322
 110 Overtime Wages                                  -                 90            100             600            100
 120 Part-Time Wages                               3,144            3,770          1,000           6,417          2,000
 162 Group Life Insurance                          1,172            1,341            510             506            528
 163 Medical Insurance                            29,507           31,422         11,152           9,958         13,668
 164 Workmen's Compensation                          684              678            242             287          4,001
 166 Pension Costs                                 8,792            9,312          3,304           3,250          3,419
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                   609              771            308             316            316
 168 Post Retirement Plan                          2,000            2,000            600             600            600
 198 Social Security Expense                      10,138           10,365          3,751           3,979          3,934

         Total Personal Services            $    187,219    $     193,300   $     68,902   $      72,913   $     77,888

Contractual Services
 220 Liability Insurance                    $     24,753    $      24,175   $     24,305   $      21,219   $     21,855
 230 Association Dues                                320              120            350             350            375
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                     152            1,090          1,750             300            350
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                          762              838            900             -              -
      Office Equipment
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating              14,447           14,533         14,500          15,315         16,000
 278 Postage Expense                               3,596            3,859          3,726           2,000          2,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                    1,400              965            500             900            500
 291 Ad Hoc Committee Expenses                       243              -              -               -              -

         Total Contractual Services         $     45,673    $      45,580   $     46,031   $      40,084   $     41,080




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                                               GENERAL FUND
ADMINISTRATION                        RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment           $        -      $          86   $        500   $         -     $        -
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                    1,315            1,646          1,350           2,500          1,000
 302 Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions              -              1,239            500             100            500
 326 Recreation Supplies                           1,749              202          1,750           1,700          1,750
 390 Other Supplies                                   16              231            250             200            250

         Total Commodities                  $      3,080    $       3,404   $      4,350   $       4,500   $      3,500

Distributed Costs
 601 Dist. Vehicle Costs                    $        -      $         -     $        -     $         -     $      2,444
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs                  24,449           45,085         18,113          15,045         37,436

         Total Distributed Costs            $     24,449    $      45,085   $     18,113   $      15,045   $     39,880
Total Administration Expenditures           $    260,421    $     287,369   $    137,396   $     132,542   $    162,348


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds for Recreation Administration have been increased by $24,952 due to an increase in distributed data
processing costs.




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SUMMARY                               RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Program Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $     99,138    $      97,714   $    102,898   $     103,847   $    104,692
    Contractual Services                         178,527          171,537        185,983         146,243        164,420
    Commodities                                   42,154           45,584         46,931          40,029         47,425
Total Program Expenditures                  $    319,819    $     314,835   $    335,812   $     290,119   $    316,537

RECREATION PROGRAMS OVERVIEW

All recreation program expenses, except outdoor Tennis Court Maintenance and Golf Course Maintenance
(Public Works), are budgeted as part of recreation programs, but staff coordination for these two (2) programs
are managed by the Recreation department. Total recreation program expenses for 2010 are $316,537.
Anticipated fees generated by these programs are $308,100. Thus, recreation programs are 97% fee supported.

Program Expenditures                             2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
01-50-502-500 TO 01-50-530-500                  Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 120 Part-Time Wages                        $     92,094    $      90,770   $     95,584   $      96,538   $     97,250
 198 Social Security Expense                       7,044            6,944          7,314           7,309          7,442

         Total Personal Services            $     99,138    $      97,714   $    102,898   $     103,847   $    104,692

Contractual Services
 210 Professional Services                  $      3,944    $         -     $        -     $         -     $        -
 213 Prof Services-Pathfinder                        995              -              -               875            600
 241 Utilities-Gas/Heating                        55,790           60,501         81,500          62,000         70,000
 242 Utilities-Electricity                        18,840           19,716         24,000          23,000         24,480
 261 Rental Charges                                  628              670          5,000             604          1,000
 264 Rental-Pool                                     -                -              -               -              -
 274 Services                                        -                -            4,000             -              -
 275 Printing & Duplicating                          -                -              100             -              100
 279 Services-Recreation Programs                 37,177           22,494         17,500          14,000         14,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                   61,153           68,156         53,883          45,764         54,240

         Total Contractual Services         $    178,527    $     171,537   $    185,983   $     146,243   $    164,420

Commodities
 326 Recreation Supplies                    $     41,998    $      45,584   $     46,431   $      40,029   $     46,925
 328 Parks Mte Supplies                              156              -              500             -              500

         Total Commodities                  $     42,154    $      45,584   $     46,931   $      40,029   $     47,425
Total Program Expenditures                  $    319,819    $     314,835   $    335,812   $     290,119   $    316,537




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PROGRAM                                         GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


FOOTBALL TRAINING
This program is offered for students in grades seven through twelve. One hundred and fifty hours in activities
are designed to develop strength, flexibility, agility and endurance. No limit is placed on registration. In 2009,
fees ranged from $57.00 to $78.00 depending on age.

    Football Training Expenditures                 2007             2008           2009            2009              2010
    01-50-502-500???-000                          Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

    Personal Services
     120 Part-Time Wages                      $      7,551    $       7,800   $      9,103   $       8,465      $      9,250
     198 Social Security Expense                       578              597            696             648               708

             Total Personal Services          $      8,129    $       8,397   $      9,799   $       9,113      $      9,958

    Commodities
     326 Recreation Supplies                  $        929    $       1,599   $      1,086   $       1,049      $      1,200

             Total Commodities                $        929    $       1,599   $      1,086   $       1,049      $      1,200
    Total Football Training Expenditures      $      9,058    $       9,996   $     10,885   $      10,162      $     11,158

    Estimated Revenue
     002 Football Training                    $     10,070    $      10,085   $      9,500   $      10,416      $     10,500

         Percent Fee Supported                                                                                          94%



AEROBICS/DANCE AND EXERCISE CLASSES
Cardiovascular fitness programs of choreographed movements are designed to enhance endurance, improve
flexibility and muscle tone. Program materials are primarily concerned with the area of dancing. However, the
programs are also designed for non-dancers. Services and fees are determined by the contractor.

    Aerobics/Dance Class Expenditures              2007             2008           2009            2009              2010
    01-50-503-500???-000                          Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

    Contractual Services
     290 Other Contractual Services           $     26,299    $      33,819   $     11,000   $      17,000      $     15,000

             Total Contractual Services       $     26,299    $      33,819   $     11,000   $      17,000      $     15,000

    Commodities
     326 Recreation Supplies                  $         69    $         -     $        200   $         -        $        200

             Total Commodities                $         69    $         -     $        200   $         -        $        200
    Total Aerobics/Dance Class Expenditures   $     26,368    $      33,819   $     11,200   $      17,000      $     15,200

    Estimated Revenue
     003 Aerobics/Dance & Exercise                $ 36,169        $ 53,738        $ 12,500       $ 20,000           $ 15,000

         Percent Fee Supported                                                                                          99%




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SUMMARY                                RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


SKI PROGRAMS
Ladies Ski and Junior Ski Programs are provided at the Hidden Valley Ski area. Bus transportation, lift tickets,
group lessons and skiing are included in fees for five trips to the ski area. The ski program is evaluated every
year based on participation. Based on the past 3 years of participation, no budget has been set for ski programs.

    Ski Programs Expenditures                      2007              2008            2009            2009              2010
    01-50-506-500???-000                          Actual            Actual          Budget         Estimate           Budget

    Contractual Services
     261 Rental Charges-Bus Transport         $        (82)    $         -      $      4,000   $         -        $        -
     273 Services-Lift Tickets                         -                 -             4,000             -                 -
     290 Other Contractual Services                    -                 -             4,000             -                 -

             Total Contractual Services       $        (82)    $         -      $     12,000   $         -        $        -
    Total Ski Programs Expenditures           $        (82)    $         -      $     12,000   $         -        $        -

    Estimated Revenue
     006 Ski Program                          $      2,215     $      (2,450)   $      2,000   $         -        $        -

         Percent Fee Supported                                                                                             0%



SOCCER PROGRAMS
Summer soccer programs are provided for students in grades four through twelve. The program includes
instruction in fundamentals, daily scrimmages, films and competitions. Thirty-seven and one-half hours of
activity are provided for a fee of $57.00.

    Soccer Program Expenditures                    2007              2008            2009            2009              2010
    01-50-507-500???-000                          Actual            Actual          Budget         Estimate           Budget

    Personal Services
     120 Part-Time Wages                      $      6,169     $       5,468    $      6,300   $       5,666      $      6,350
     198 Social Security Expense                       472               418             482             433               486

             Total Personal Services          $      6,641     $       5,886    $      6,782   $       6,099      $      6,836

    Commodities
     326 Recreation Supplies                  $       947      $       1,160    $      1,200   $        638       $      1,200

             Total Commodities                $       947      $       1,160    $      1,200   $        638       $      1,200
    Total Soccer Program Expenditures         $      7,588     $       7,046    $      7,982   $       6,737      $      8,036

    Estimated Revenue
     007 Soccer Programs                      $      6,555     $       5,866    $      6,500   $       4,280      $      6,000

         Percent Fee Supported                                                                                            75%




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SUMMARY                                    RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


SOFTBALL PROGRAMS
The summer softball league is open to resident men, beginning with freshmen in high school. Sixteen teams of
15 to 25 members compete in an organized tournament for prize jackets. In 2009, fees were set at $50.00 per
person.

        Softball Programs Expenditures                        2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
        01-50-508-500???-000                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

        Contractual Services
         290 Other Contractual Services                  $      8,404    $       9,318   $     11,100   $       7,725   $     11,100

                 Total Contractual Services              $      8,404    $       9,318   $     11,100   $       7,725   $     11,100

        Commodities
         326 Recreation Supplies                         $      1,130    $       1,691   $      1,250   $       2,141   $      1,275

                 Total Commodities                       $      1,130    $       1,691   $      1,250   $       2,141   $      1,275
        Total Softball Programs Expenditures             $      9,534    $      11,009   $     12,350   $       9,866   $     12,375

        Estimated Revenue
         008 Softball                                    $     16,705    $      21,585   $     22,340   $      15,664   $     18,000

             Percent Fee Supported                                                                                             145%


SUMMER PLAYGROUND AND CULTURAL ARTS PROGRAM
The Summer Playground and Cultural Arts program provides six weeks of supervised activity to students in
grades one through eight. Activities include arts and crafts, films, children performers, and the Summer
Pathfinder School for exceptional children. In 2009, fees were set at $78.00 per person (family maximum of
$129.00).

        Summer Playground Expenditures                        2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
        01-50-511-500???-000                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

        Personal Services
         120 Part-Time Wages                             $     29,152    $      29,445   $     31,681   $      31,729   $     31,750
         198 Social Security Expense                            2,230            2,253          2,424           2,427          2,429

                 Total Personal Services                 $     31,382    $      31,698   $     34,105   $      34,156   $     34,179

        Contractual Services
         213 Prof Services-Pathfinder                    $        995    $         -     $        -     $         875   $        600
         290 Other Contractual Services                         6,304            4,890          6,753           1,739          6,750

                 Total Contractual Services              $      7,299    $       4,890   $      6,753   $       2,614   $      7,350

        Commodities
         326 Recreation Supplies                         $      6,426    $       6,380   $      7,250   $       2,225   $      7,250

                 Total Commodities                       $      6,426    $       6,380   $      7,250   $       2,225   $      7,250
        Total Summer Playground Expenditures             $     45,107    $      42,968   $     48,108   $      38,995   $     48,779

        Estimated Revenue
          011 Summer Playground & Cultural Art Program   $     44,986    $      40,579   $     40,000   $      32,000   $     38,000

             Percent Fee Supported                                                                                              78%


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PROGRAM                                         GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


OLDER ADULTS PROGRAM
The Upper St. Clair Older Adults program was initiated in the spring of 1975. At that time, it was funded on an
experimental basis by Federal Revenue Sharing monies. The program was an unqualified success with a 400%
increase in participation by the end of 1975. Because of the success of the 1975 experimental program,
beginning in 1976 the program was funded through the General Fund. Approximately 125 older adults
participate in the program on a regular basis. A part-time Township employee coordinates the program.

The schedule of programs includes films, arts and crafts lessons, lectures, card tournaments, pool, ping-pong,
field trips and a weekly luncheon program. Continuation of the program is recommended for 2010.

    Older Adults Program Expenditures              2007             2008           2009            2009              2010
    01-50-513-500???-000                          Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

    Personal Services
     120 Part-Time Wages                      $      8,619    $       9,955   $      9,850   $      12,000      $     12,000
     198 Social Security Expense                       659              762            754             842               918

             Total Personal Services          $      9,278    $      10,717   $     10,604   $      12,842      $     12,918

    Contractual Services
     260 Rental Charges-Vehicle               $       710     $        670    $      1,000   $        604       $      1,000

             Total Contractual Services       $       710     $        670    $      1,000   $        604       $      1,000

    Commodities
     326 Recreation Supplies                  $      9,211    $       8,617   $      8,800   $       8,700      $      8,900

             Total Commodities                $      9,211    $       8,617   $      8,800   $       8,700      $      8,900
    Total Older Adults Program Expenditures $       19,199    $      20,004   $     20,404   $      22,146      $     22,818

    Estimated Revenue
     013 Older Adults                         $      1,798    $        930    $       500    $        250       $       500

         Percent Fee Supported                                                                                           2%

SWIM PROGRAM
Due to the opening of the Community & Recreation Center (C&RC), a swim program will no longer be
supported by the General Fund. For C&RC Swim Program revenue projections please refer to the Boyce
Mayview Community & Recreation Center Fund.




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SUMMARY                                RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


SWIM PROGRAM (Continued)

    Swim Program Expenditures                      2007             2008           2009            2009              2010
    01-50-517-500???-000                          Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

    Personal Services
     120 Part-Time Wages                      $      6,229    $       3,495   $      1,000   $       1,875      $        -
     198 Social Security Expense                       476              267             77             143               -

             Total Personal Services          $      6,705    $       3,762   $      1,077   $       2,018      $        -

    Contracted Services
     210 Professional Services                $      3,944    $         -     $        -     $         -        $        -
     264 Rental Charges-Pool                           -                -              -               -                 -
     290 Contracted Services                         1,366              -              -               -                 -

             Total Contracted Services        $      5,310    $         -     $        -     $         -        $        -
    Total Swim Program Expenditures           $     12,015    $       3,762   $      1,077   $       2,018      $        -

    Estimate Revenue
     017 Swim Program                         $      5,921    $       3,481   $      1,300   $        731       $        -

         Percent Fee Supported                                                                                           0%



GOLF LESSON PROGRAM
Beginner and Intermediate golf lessons are offered at the Municipal Golf Course. In 2009, fees were set at
$62.00 to $78.00 for 10 hours of instruction.

    Golf Lesson Program Expenditures               2007             2008           2009            2009              2010
    01-50-518-500???-000                          Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

    Contractual Services
     290 Other Contractual Services           $      3,949    $       3,694   $      3,730   $       3,000      $      3,750

             Total Contractual Services       $      3,949    $       3,694   $      3,730   $       3,000      $      3,750

    Commodities
     326 Recreation Supplies                  $        -      $         -     $       125    $         -        $       125

             Total Commodities                $        -      $         -     $       125    $         -        $       125
    Total Golf Lesson Program Expenditures    $      3,949    $       3,694   $      3,855   $       3,000      $      3,875

    Estimated Revenue
     018 Golf Lesson                          $      4,794    $       4,740   $      5,175   $       4,500      $      5,000

         Percent Fee Supported                                                                                         129%




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                    300                                             2010 Adopted Budget
PROGRAM                                         GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


SUMMER MUSIC PROGRAM
The Township offers a summer music program to youth in grades 3, 4 and 5. Instruction in string and band
instruments is provided as well as an opportunity for small group playing. In 2009, fees were set at $100.00.

    Summer Music Program Expenditures              2007             2008           2009            2009              2010
    01-50-520-500???-000                          Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate           Budget

    Personal Services
     120 Part-Time Wages                      $      4,738    $       5,217   $      5,800   $       4,196      $      5,800
     198 Social Security Expense                       362              399            444             321               444

             Total Personal Services          $      5,100    $       5,616   $      6,244   $       4,517      $      6,244

    Commodities
     326 Recreation Supplies                  $      1,446    $       2,530   $      2,700   $       2,376      $      2,700

             Total Commodities                $      1,446    $       2,530   $      2,700   $       2,376      $      2,700
    Total Summer Music Prog. Expenditures     $      6,546    $       8,146   $      8,944   $       6,893      $      8,944

    Estimated Revenue
     020 Summer Music Program                 $      6,700    $       8,217   $      7,500   $       8,278      $      8,300

         Percent Fee Supported                                                                                          93%



TENNIS BUBBLE/PADDLE TENNIS PROGRAM
The Township's three tennis bubbles provide tennis play to program subscribers during the months of October
through April. Subscribers purchase a fixed hour each week for the season. Fees for a season subscription per
hour are $490.00.

Fee projections include amortized capital costs of two (2) tennis bubbles constructed in 1999 and 2008. The
Township expects to repay these costs through user fees charged for the next ten-year period.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                    301                                             2010 Adopted Budget
PROGRAM                                        GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                               RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


TENNIS BUBBLE/PADDLE TENNIS PROGRAM (Continued)

Tennis Bubble/Paddle Tennis Exp.                    2007             2008            2009                   2009                2010
01-50-521-500???-000                               Actual           Actual          Budget                Estimate             Budget

Personal Services
 120 Part-Time Wages                           $     21,166    $      20,816   $      22,770          $      21,500        $      23,000
 198 Social Security Expense                          1,619            1,592           1,742                  1,645                1,760

         Total Personal Services               $     22,785    $      22,408   $      24,512          $      23,145        $      24,760

Contractual Services
 241 Natural Gas Utility                       $     55,790    $      60,501   $      81,500          $      62,000        $      70,000
 242 Electrical Utility                              18,840           19,716          24,000                 23,000               24,480

         Total Contractual Services            $     74,630    $      80,217   $     105,500          $      85,000        $      94,480

Commodities
 328 Parks Mte Supplies                        $       156     $         -     $            500       $          -         $            500

         Total Commodities                     $       156     $         -     $            500       $          -         $            500
Total Tennis Bubble/Paddle Tennis Exp.         $     97,571    $     102,625   $     130,512          $     108,145        $     119,740

Estimated Revenue
 021 Tennis Bubble Fees**                      $     89,854    $     172,030   $     125,000          $     120,000        $     125,000

     Percent Fee Supported                                                                                                          104%


MISCELLANEOUS SELF-SUPPORTING PROGRAMS
Throughout the year, the Recreation Department organizes short or experimental programs and field trips on a
completely reimbursable basis. This budget account provides an allocation for these programs. Due to the
construction of the C&RC, these programs have been reduced in 2010 and will be reexamined in future years.
For C&RC Self-Supporting Program revenue projections please refer to the Boyce Mayview Community &
Recreation Center Fund.

    Self Supporting Programs Expenditures           2007             2008           2009                2009                2010
    01-50-522-500???-000                           Actual           Actual         Budget             Estimate             Budget

    Contractual Services
     279 Services-Recreation Programs          $     37,177    $      22,494   $     17,500       $        14,000      $       14,000

             Total Contractual Services        $     37,177    $      22,494   $     17,500       $        14,000      $       14,000
    Total Self Supporting Prog. Expenditures   $     37,177    $      22,494   $     17,500       $        14,000      $       14,000

    Estimated Revenue
     022 Miscellaneous Self Supporting         $     59,617    $      53,270   $     25,500       $        25,000      $       25,000

         Percent Fee Supported                                                                                                  179%



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                     302                                                   2010 Adopted Budget
PROGRAM                                        GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                               RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


YOUTH BASKETBALL PROGRAMS
Winter and summer basketball programs are offered in order to teach basketball fundamentals and provide
opportunities for organized play. The summer program provides up to 100 hours of play and instruction at
a fee of $62.00. In the winter program, up to 140 hours of play and instruction are provided at a fee of
$62.00.

        Youth Basketball Expenditures                    2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
        01-50-523-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

        Personal Services
         120 Part-Time Wages                        $      4,917    $       4,994   $      5,250   $       8,000   $      5,250
         198 Social Security Expense                         376              382            402             612            402

                Total Personal Services             $      5,293    $       5,376   $      5,652   $       8,612   $      5,652

        Contractual Services
         264 Rental Charges                         $        -      $         -     $        -     $         -     $        -
         290 Other Contracted Services                    14,831           16,435         17,000          16,000         17,340

                Total Contractual Services          $     14,831    $      16,435   $     17,000   $      16,000   $     17,340

        Commodities
         326 Recreation Supplies                    $     20,923    $      22,770   $     22,770   $      22,000   $     23,000

                Total Commodities                   $     20,923    $      22,770   $     22,770   $      22,000   $     23,000
        Total Youth Basketball Expenditures         $     41,047    $      44,581   $     45,422   $      46,612   $     45,992

        Estimated Revenue
         023 Youth Basketball                       $     50,595    $      50,903   $     53,000   $      55,000   $     53,500

             Percent Fee Supported                                                                                        116%


INSTRUCTIONAL BASEBALL
Lessons on the fundamentals of baseball are provided for boys and girls from age six through fifteen. This
summer program provides instructions for 56 participants at a fee of $57.00.

        Instructional Baseball Expenditures              2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
        01-50-528-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

        Personal Services
         120 Part-Time Wages                        $      3,553    $       3,580   $      3,830   $       3,107   $      3,850
         198 Social Security Expense                         272              274            293             238            295

                Total Personal Services             $      3,825    $       3,854   $      4,123   $       3,345   $      4,145

        Commodities
         326 Recreation Supplies                    $       917     $        837    $       950    $        900    $       975

                Total Commodities                   $       917     $        837    $       950    $        900    $       975
        Total Instructional Baseball Expenditures   $      4,742    $       4,691   $      5,073   $       4,245   $      5,120

        Estimated Revenue
         028 Instructional Baseball                 $      4,180    $       2,930   $      3,100   $       3,249   $      3,300

             Percent Fee Supported                                                                                         64%



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                          303                                             2010 Adopted Budget
PROGRAM                                         GENERAL FUND
SUMMARY                                RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
This budget represents the Teen Center Support for 2010.

  Youth Development Expenditures                  2007         2008         2009           2009          2010
  01-50-530-500???-000                           Actual       Actual       Budget        Estimate       Budget

  Contractual Services
   275 Printing & Duplication                $        -   $        -   $       100   $        -     $       100
   290 Other Contractual Services                     -            -           300            300           300

          Total Contractual Services         $        -   $        -   $       400   $        300   $       400

  Commodities
   390 Other Supplies                        $        -   $        -   $       100   $         -    $       100

          Total Commodities                  $        -   $        -   $       100   $         -    $       100
  Total Youth Development Expenditures       $        -   $        -   $       500   $        300   $       500




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                 304                                       2010 Adopted Budget
CABLE TELEVISION                               GENERAL FUND
SERVICES                              RECREATION AND LEISURE SERVICES


                                                 2007             2008           2009          2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget       Estimate        Budget

Cable Television Expenditures

    Contractual Services                    $        922    $         810   $        -   $         -     $        -
    Commodities                                   14,761           14,183            -             -              -
Total Cable Television Expenditures         $     15,683    $      14,993   $        -   $         -     $        -


DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

Since 2009, Cable Television Services have been shown under General Government.

Cable Television Expenditures                    2007             2008           2009          2009           2010
01-50-545-500???-000                            Actual           Actual         Budget       Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 250 Equipment Maintenance                  $       922     $        810    $        -   $         -     $        -

         Total Contractual Services         $       922     $        810    $        -   $         -     $        -

Commodities
 300 Public Access Supply                   $        588    $          55   $        -   $         -     $        -
 301 Office Supplies                                 -                -              -             -              -
 302 Subscriptions & Periodicals                     -                -              -             -              -
 303 Tapes                                           228              114            -             -              -
 304 Advertising-Publicity                           -                -              -             -              -
 320 Public Access Equipment                      13,945           14,014            -             -              -
 390 Other Commodities                               -                -              -             -              -

         Total Commodities                  $     14,761    $      14,183   $        -   $         -     $        -
Total Cable Television Expenditures         $     15,683    $      14,993   $        -   $         -     $        -




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                                                GENERAL FUND
LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                            LIBRARY


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Administration Expenditures

    Personal Services                       $    573,462    $     590,890   $    612,725   $     549,272   $    594,523
    Contractual Services                          10,362           12,002         11,689           6,762         10,365
    Commodities                                  126,641          135,533        133,910         120,259        137,500
    Distributed Costs                             43,146           30,057         18,113          15,045         18,718
Total Administration Expenditures           $    753,611    $     768,482   $    776,437   $     691,338   $    761,106


LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW

The Library is primarily funded by the Township, but certain expenses are partially offset by a state aid public
library subsidy, funding from the Allegheny County Regional Assets Fund (ARAD), and revenues generated by
fees and fines. The Friends of the Library also contribute to special library purchases and programs.

The circulating collection includes approximately 100,000 cataloged items for children, teens and adults.
Books, large print materials and periodicals, audiovisual items such as videos, DVDs, audiobooks, and music
CDs, are available to all residents, as well as puppets and puzzles for children. The catalog is available on the
Internet at http://catalog.einetwork.net, and patrons may view their account to renew items on loan, request new
materials, and pay fines online.

Library hours are: 9:30 AM to 9 PM Monday through Thursday, 9:30 AM to 5 PM Friday and Saturday, and 1
PM to 5 PM Sundays from Labor Day to Memorial Day. The Library is closed on Sunday during the summer.

Basic services, which include reference, interlibrary loan, Internet computers with Microsoft Office products,
and wireless Internet access, are available during library hours. Both black & white and color printers are
available from all Internet computers. These computers are also equipped with assistive technology software
for the handicapped. Magic, a screen enlargement program, enables users to enlarge the screen information up
to 20 times the normal display size. JAWS synthesizes speech for “screen reading” to read the screen to the
patron who is visually impaired. Multi-language software is also on every desktop, allowing users to both read
and write in other languages. Quiet study rooms and photocopiers are also available in the Library. The
Library Multipurpose room is available for non-profit community group meetings.

The Library provides numerous activities for children and youth, including infant, toddler and preschool story-
times, summer reading programs, special events, and a teen volunteer program. Outreach programs are
delivered to classes in the School District, the Regional Environmental Education Center (REEC), the Boy
Scouts and the Girl Scouts, and many area nursery and preschools. An early literacy activity center on the
children’s floor provides developmentally appropriate materials for the young child, and a Parent-Teacher
collection supports educators and care-givers informational needs.




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                                                GENERAL FUND
LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                            LIBRARY


DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW (Continued)

Adult programs include a summer reading program and monthly conversation and book-review groups.
Various informational and educational programs are presented throughout the year. Book review talks are
available to community organizations.

The Library is a fully participating member of the Allegheny County Electronic Information Network
(eiNetwork), providing registered patrons access to materials in all County libraries. The Library also
participates in the ACCESS PA Statewide Library Card Program, which enables patrons to borrow materials
from all participating libraries in Pennsylvania.

The Library is currently staffed by a Director, eight full-time staff, and part-time librarians, library specialists,
library assistants, pages, and volunteers. Volunteer work at the library is always available.

                                                  ____________


2009 DEPARTMENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    •    Developed a systematic method for collection development based on usage and turnover rates, and
         relative use of shelf space.
    •    Maintained all library service levels with a 10% reduction of staff hours.
    •    Updated the Library Patron Policy Manual, including a new policy on non-profit use of the Library
         Multipurpose Room.
    •    Began new adult programs, in-house conversation groups, and an outreach book talk program with
         Sunrise Assisted Living.
    •    Increased and refined library resources fostering early literacy.
    •    Installed counters to document library visitors, a key statistic for measuring and comparing library
         service with other libraries.
    •    Began work with library staff on a strategic plan for the library.

2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

    •    Continue strategic plan work, including an analysis of library space needs, and involving Township
         staff and the community in the process.
    •    Update the general staff policy and procedures manual, as well as the technical services procedures
         manual.
    •    Plan and conduct three intergenerational library programs.
    •    Organize the library’s digital historical record for better future access.
    •    Plan and hold a 1st Annual Library Author Luncheon.
    •    Develop more community outreach services, such as a home-bound delivery program.
    •    Work on library website pages, reconfiguring the space based on new concepts and tools available for
         attractive web design.



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                                                            GENERAL FUND
LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                                        LIBRARY


2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES (Continued)

    •    Beginning in 2010, Library RAD and State funding will be reduced. Below is the Library’s plan to
         keep direct patron services intact despite these anticipated reductions in funding.

             1. Reduce part-time staff hours without layoffs or reduction of open hours. This has begun in 2009
                as illustrated by the graph below.
                         Pull all staff from county taskforces to work public service desks.
                         Cross-train staff to work on the children and adult floors.
                         Require more additional work be accomplished between helping patrons at the
                         circulation desks.
                         Recruit and effectively utilize more volunteers.


                                                       Library Part-Time Hours
                                                        Through Pay Period 22
                       1,300



                       1,100
               Hours




                        900



                        700



                        500
                               1   2   3   4   5   6    7    8     9   10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
                                                                       Pay Period
                                                            2007               2008      2009



                                           Total Part-Time Hours through PP #22
                                            2007          2008          2009
                                           21,758        22,800        20,049

An analysis of part-time Library hours for 2007-2009 shows a consistent trend in the reduction of hours. Part-
time hours are currently down 12% over 2008. We expect to maintain library services at their current levels
with an overall 10% reduction in part-time hours.




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                                                                 GENERAL FUND
LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                                             LIBRARY


2010 DEPARTMENT GOALS AND OBJECTIVES (Continued)

                2. Reduce the adult and juvenile book collection budgets without reducing circulation.
                         Continue to purchase popular, high demand materials.
                         Reduce fiction purchases, concentrating on proven local interest genres.
                         Selectively choose non-fiction written for the general public.
                         Reduce the frequency of updating materials with new editions.
                         Eliminate reference materials where information can be found on the Internet.

                3. Reduce the Library specific supplies budget.
                         Fewer books will translate to fewer supplies needed to process materials.
                         AV packaging for music CDs and DVDs is now more cost effective.
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DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS

Library Performance Statistics
Circulation and turnover rates are critical measures of the library’s performance. Librarians now use these
statistics, at a more granular level, to make informed collection development decisions in a systematic way,
reducing purchasing in areas where the turnover rates are lower. Non-fiction areas are analyzed by subject, and
additional space has been allotted to the specific areas with the greatest use.

The following libraries were chosen as similar to Upper St. Clair in both the population and economic
circumstances.

                       Local Communities Comparison of Key Library Performance Statistics
                                                                                                                                    Public
                           Population of  Hours                 Collection                   Total Staff                  Library  Internet
                           Service Area Open Weekly               Size         Circulation   (FTE Equiv.) Library Visits Programs Terminals
Upper St. Clair                 20,053              65            101,472       332,695          20          171,752        537       25
Mt. Lebanon                     33,017              65            175,302       565,883          28          397,535       1,552      52
Bethel Park                     33,556              65            110,939       331,276          21          550,000       2,357      25
Northern Tier Regional          16,914              62             63,087       261,951          15          150,000        428       18
Peters Township                 17,566              65            125,209       387,777          18          220,782        701       34
Moon Township                   22,290              57             51,150       204,743           8          108,731        616       18
Shaler North Hills              29,757              65            132,326       387,987          21          170,000        894       36
Statistics from the 2007 Institute of Museum and Library Services Public Library Survey




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                                                               GENERAL FUND
LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                                           LIBRARY


DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS (Continued)

Per Capita Comparisons
Per Capita comparisons with other local libraries indicate the performance of the library relative to the size of
the library’s legal service population.

        Items Per Capita - The number of items available with respect to the legal service population.
        Turn-Over Rate - Calculated by dividing circulation by collection size, this statistic is used to indicate
        how well the library’s collection development process functions.

                                                       Local Community Comparison
                                                    Items Per Capita & Turn-Over Rate

                      8
                      6
                      4
                      2
                      0
                            Upper St. Clair Mt. Lebanon    Bethel Park   Northern Tier       Peters     Moon      Shaler North
                                                                           Regional         Township   Township       Hills

                                                                 Items Per Capita   Turn Over Rate



The number of items available, as well as how much each items is used, is a key determiner of the vitality of the
library. Upper St. Clair’s Items per Capita is 5.06 and Turn-Over Rate is 3.28. The Pennsylvania average Items
per Capita is 2.46, while the standard the state requires for state aid payments is 1.5 items per capita. Items per
Capita analysis showed our collection was slightly larger than recommended for a community this size.
Judicious elimination of materials no longer in regular use will reduce our collection size while maintaining the
turnover rate, resulting in a more vital and dynamic selection of materials.

        Visits Per Capita – Indicates to what extent the community uses their local library.

                                                          Local Community Comparison
                                                                 Visits per Capita

                       18
                       16
                       14
                       12
                       10
                        8
                        6
                        4
                        2
                        -
                                Upper St.   Mt. Lebanon Bethel Park         Northern         Peters     Moon    Shaler North
                                 Clair                                        Tier          Township   Township     Hills
                                                                            Regional



The Pennsylvania average visits per capita are 3.63, while Upper St. Clair’s average is 8.56. The USC number
is based on 3 months of actual data.
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LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                                 LIBRARY


DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS (Continued)

        Circulation Per Capita – Relates the number of library materials lent to the number of persons the
        library serves. It is calculated by dividing annual circulation by the library's legal service area
        population.

                                               Local Community Comparison
                                                  Circulation per Capita

                       25
                       20
                       15
                       10
                        5
                        -
                            Upper St. Mt. Lebanon Bethel Park   Northern    Peters     Moon    Shaler North
                             Clair                                Tier     Township   Township     Hills
                                                                Regional



Pennsylvania public library average circulation per capita is 5.31. Upper St. Clair’s circulation per capita is
16.59. Not reflected in the chart is the number of items shared through the Inter Library Loan system. While
USC sent 49,612 items to other libraries (14% of the total use of our items) only 11% of our circulation was
materials borrowed from other libraries. Our purchase decisions are meeting the needs of USC residents.

                                                        ____________


COMPREHENSIVE PLAN STATUS

The Library is fulfilling its role within the Township strategic plan by delivering exceptional library service and
enhancing the quality of life for all residents. The Library accomplishes this by providing the following:

    •   A wide variety of print and non-print materials for the educational, informational and recreational needs
        of library patrons.
    •   Access to computer workstations, with Microsoft Office products and Internet access, and wireless
        access for laptop users.
    •   Information and help as requested by library users.
    •   Children’s story-times and activities as well as multi-media early literacy resources for both children and
        parents.
    •   Adult programs to meet the informational needs of our community.




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LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                                       LIBRARY

DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for programs and services for the Library Department for 2010
are as follows:

                    Position Title                                Pay Grade             Minimum              Maximum         2010 Positions
Director of the Library                                               4                  $62,455              $87,435              1
Head of Youth Services                                                6                  $41,960              $58,745              1
Head of Technical Services*                                           7                  $34,395              $48,150              1
Youth Services Librarian                                              7                  $34,395              $48,150              1
Secretary to the Director of the Library                              8                  $22,930              $40,125              1
Youth Services Library Specialist                                     8                  $22,930              $40,125              1
Circulation Coordinator*                                              8                  $22,930              $40,125              1
Technical Services Assistant*                                         8                  $22,930              $40,125              1
Reference Librarian*                                                  8                  $22,930              $40,125              1
Total                                                                                                                              9
* In 2010, there are four (4) current positions within the Library that will be funded through the Library RAD
Fund. The positions are: Head of Technical Services, Circulation Coordinator, Technical Services Assistant
and a Reference Librarian.

                                                                    Director
                                                                Helen Palascak




                                                     Secretary
                                                   Susan Latshaw




         Adult Reference                   Head of Youth                                 Head of Tech.                   Circulation
           Librarian                         Services                                      Services                     Coordinator
          Diane Ornato                      Debra Conn                                   Maureen Case                  Vanessa Ryzner




         Adult Reference     Youth Services          Youth Services        Technical Services     Acquisition Coord.       Library
           Librarians          Librarian            Library Specialist         Assistant             (Part-time)          Assistants
          Part-Time (5)      Colleen Miles           Sheri Huffman          Shylu Venkatesh       Barbara St. Clair     Part-time (10)




                            Library Specialists                                                                         Library Pages
                              and Librarians                                                                            Part-time (8)
                               Part-time (5)




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                                315                                            2010 Adopted Budget
                                                GENERAL FUND
LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                            LIBRARY


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Administration Expenditures                      2007              2008            2009            2009            2010
01-60-601-500???-000                            Actual            Actual          Budget         Estimate         Budget

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $    207,123     $     194,146    $    198,605   $     192,057    $    203,770
 120 Part-Time Wages                             264,178           286,339         294,074         247,441         260,000
 162 Group Life Insurance                          1,580             1,499           1,441           2,112           1,881
 163 Medical Insurance                            47,943            56,672          64,726          57,612          75,035
 164 Workmen's Compensation                        1,991             1,486           1,494           1,772           3,220
 166 Pension Costs                                11,752            11,067          11,384          11,306          11,788
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                   871             1,141           1,311           1,350           1,351
 168 Post Retirement Plan                          2,000             2,000           2,000           2,000           2,000
 198 Social Security Expense                      36,024            36,540          37,690          33,622          35,478

         Total Personal Services            $    573,462     $     590,890    $    612,725   $     549,272    $    594,523

Contractual Services
 230 Association Dues                       $      1,306     $         859    $      1,300   $       1,300    $      1,300
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                   2,400             5,058           3,500           2,000           3,500
 243 Utilities-Telephone                           3,033             2,359           2,750             700           1,000
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                          382               -             1,624             -               500
      Office Equipment
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating               1,459             1,937             500             750           2,000
 278 Postage Expense                               1,120             1,127           1,350           1,350           1,400
 281 Storage Space Rental                            662               662             665             662             665

         Total Contractual Services         $     10,362     $      12,002    $     11,689   $       6,762    $     10,365

Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment           $        -       $         -      $        -     $         -      $        -
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                    3,927             7,151           8,750           7,200           8,750
 302 Periodicals                                  10,965             8,562          10,000           9,000           8,500
 310 Adult Books                                  72,038            78,068          78,660          70,000          74,000
 311 Juvenile Books                               17,741            18,486          22,000          19,000          20,000
 314 Adult Non-Print Materials                    11,891            11,777          11,500          12,000          12,000
 315 Juvenile Non-Print Materials                  7,027             8,349             -              (141)            -
 380 Miscellaneous Supplies                          (15)             (370)            -               -               -
 381 Program Expenses                              2,020             3,510           3,000           3,200           3,500
 382 Library Specific Supplies                       -                 -               -               -             6,000
 390 Other Supplies                                  -                 -               -               -               -
 400 LSTA Grant Expenses ^                         1,047               -               -               -             4,750

         Total Commodities                  $    126,641     $     135,533    $    133,910   $     120,259    $    137,500




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   316                                        2010 Adopted Budget
                                                 GENERAL FUND
LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                             LIBRARY


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES (Continued)

                                                  2007               2008             2009              2009           2010
                                                 Actual             Actual           Budget           Estimate        Budget

Distributed Costs
 602 Dist. Data Processing Costs             $       43,146     $       30,057   $       18,113   $      15,045   $     18,718

         Total Distributed Costs             $       43,146     $       30,057   $       18,113   $      15,045   $     18,718
Total Administration Expenditures            $    753,611       $      768,482   $      776,437   $     691,338   $    761,106


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Audiovisual materials receive the highest use of any collection and are the most popular in the Library. The
audiovisual materials turnover rate is consistently more than twice as high as the print materials turnover rate.
Therefore, the Library will continue to monitor the purchasing of audiovisual versus print materials in order to
meet the demands of our community.
The 2010 Budget is $15,331 or 1.9% less than appropriated in 2009 due to the reduction in part-time hours in 2009
moving into 2010.


                                            LIBRARY EXPENDITURES




                       $800,000
             DOLLARS




                       $600,000




                       $400,000




                       $200,000
                                   2007      2008              2009           2009             2010
                                  Actual    Actual            Budget         Estimate         Budget




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                     317                                           2010 Adopted Budget
                                                                GENERAL FUND
LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION                                            LIBRARY



                                                           Library Expenditure Trends
                                                                   1991-2010

                       $900,000

                       $800,000

                       $700,000

                       $600,000
             DOLLARS




                       $500,000

                       $400,000

                       $300,000

                       $200,000

                       $100,000

                           $-
                                  1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                               YEARS



SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

General Fund Revenue Breakdown

How much tax revenue does it take to operate the Library department?


  Net Expenditures*                                                                                $612,423

    How many real estate tax mills?                                             0.17             $278,978

    Earned Income Tax per $100?                                      $          3.70             $281,328

    Percentage of Other Taxes?                                               0.32%                 $52,117


*Net Expenditures are the total expenditures for the department less direct applicable funding streams such as
department specific fees, grants, and portions of the State pension grant.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                                   318                                             2010 Adopted Budget
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DISTRIBUTED OVERHEAD                         GENERAL FUND
& FRINGE BENEFITS                            TOWNSHIP WIDE


                                                    2007            2008            2009             2009           2010
                                                   Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate        Budget

Personal Services                              $ 2,453,768     $ 2,445,307     $ 2,856,138     $ 2,755,874     $ 3,260,002
Less: Dist. Operating Costs                      (2,436,477)     (2,441,931)     (2,846,138)     (2,745,874)     (3,250,002)
        Total Personal Services                $     17,291    $      3,376    $     10,000    $     10,000    $     10,000



DISTRIBUTED OVERHEAD & FRINGE BENEFITS OVERVIEW

This account represents the Township's total cost for Social Security, Group Life Insurance, Medical Insurance,
Workmen’s Compensation Insurance, Longterm Disability Insurance, Unemployment Compensation and
Retirement Fund Contributions for Township employees. All fringe benefit costs are allocated to specific
departments or funds, except for Unemployment Compensation. Please refer to the schedule on the following
page for a breakdown of the allocation.


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Distributed Overhead & Fringe Benefits              2007            2008            2009             2009           2010
01-90-902-500???-000                               Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 160 Social Security Expense                   $    477,375    $    498,929    $    598,215    $    550,324    $    626,012
 162 Group Life Insurance                            38,903          43,477          51,783          51,429          53,590
 163 Medical Insurance                              976,551       1,111,319       1,349,522       1,243,212       1,573,018
 164 Workmen's Compensation                         258,914         258,942         276,504         327,814         406,789
 165 Unemployment Compensation                       16,526           2,626          10,000          10,000          10,000
 166 Pension Costs                                  663,993         503,822         535,594         526,481         549,041
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                   21,506          26,192          34,520          46,614          41,552
 199 Less: Dist. Operating Costs                 (2,436,477)     (2,441,931)     (2,846,138)     (2,745,874)     (3,250,002)
       Total Personal Services                 $     17,291    $      3,376    $     10,000    $     10,000    $     10,000



BUDGETARY COMMENT

In 2010, the total overhead Fringe Benefit expense is estimated at $3,260,002, which is an increase of $403,864
from the 2009 Budget. The majority of this increase is due to health insurance and workmen’s compensation
costs. Health insurance costs will increase 26% and the total Township workmen’s compensation premium will
increase by $105,029, or 34.8%.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania               321                                             2010 Adopted Budget
DISTRIBUTED OVERHEAD                                 GENERAL FUND
& FRINGE BENEFITS                                    TOWNSHIP WIDE


FRINGE BENEFIT DISTRIBUTION

Fund - Acct.                                   Social         Life          Medical   Workmen's    Pension            LTD
     No.       Program                        Security     Insurance       Insurance    Comp.       Costs           Insurance
   01-101      Commissioners                $       643   $        -     $        -   $      -   $       -         $       -
   01-102      Administration                    28,113         3,835          78,765      2,222     30,742              2,315
   01-103      Finance Office                     9,640         1,376          32,663        764     10,782                821
   01-104      Tax Collection                     2,448            352          6,123        194       3,033               208
   01-106      Information Technology            14,411         2,071          60,277      1,141     14,129              1,244
   01-107      Cable Television Svcs              3,060            440         16,919        204       3,000               414
   01-201      Police                           223,404        19,303         591,710    198,220    244,072             16,637
   01-202      VFD                                   -             -              -       26,175         -                 -
   01-301      Comm. Development                 27,150         3,169          79,984      2,445     25,235              2,190
   01-501      Recreation - Admin                 3,934            528         13,668      4,001       3,419               316
 01-502-530    Recreation Programs                7,442            -              -          -           -                 -
   01-601      Library                           35,478         1,881          75,035      3,220     11,788              1,351
   01-499      Public Works                     119,211        10,824         341,838    117,522    140,992             10,206
   01-904      Post Employment
               Benefits                             -             400         35,000           -             -              -
   14-601      Library RAD Fund                  11,496         1,099         47,278         1,422         6,221            834
   50-425      Sanitary Sewer                    13,736         1,531         28,542           979        11,763            927
   52-102      RAD Park Fund                     19,569           769          2,534           585         5,207            468
   53-501      CRC Fund                         106,278         6,012        162,682        47,695        38,658          3,621
                        Total Benefits      $   626,012   $    53,590    $ 1,573,018   $   406,789   $   549,041   $     41,552

Fringe benefit costs for Administration, Finance, Information Technology, Police, Community Development,
Public Works, Recreation Administration and Library Administration are based on actual costs per employee.
Fringe benefit expenses for all other Public Works programs also include wages for vacation and sick days,
craft wages and uniform rental costs. Social Security contributions are the only costs allocated to recreation
programs.

PENSION PLANS

Act 205, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Municipal Pension Law, mandates that information regarding the
Township's minimum pension obligations be included in the budget. The anticipated pension expenses are partially
offset by the State Pension Grant (included in "General Fund Revenue-Other Non-Tax Revenue") as shown below:

                                                             General
                                                            Employee           Police        Management
                                                             Pension          Pension          Pension              Total
2010 Minimum Municipal Obligation                         $    134,067      $   225,913      $   197,046       $     557,026

State Pension Grant                                            (86,761)         (179,718)        (173,521)             (440,000)

Difference - Net Cost to Township                         $     47,306      $     46,195     $       23,525    $       117,026


Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                        322                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                              GENERAL FUND
DISTRIBUTED INSURANCE                         TOWNSHIP WIDE


                                                     2007             2008          2009           2009          2010
                                                    Actual           Actual        Budget        Estimate       Budget

Contractual Services                            $  138,554       $  134,445    $  136,599    $  158,629     $  162,800
Less: Dist. Operating Costs                       (117,072)        (113,543)     (115,484)     (137,141)      (141,100)
        Total Contractual Services              $   21,482       $   20,902    $   21,115    $   21,488     $   21,700



DISTRIBUTED INSURANCE OVERVIEW

This account represents the Township's cost for General Liability Insurance. In 2010, the total cost will be
distributed based on actual costs.


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Distributed Insurance                                2007             2008          2009           2009          2010
01-90-903-500???-000                                Actual           Actual        Budget        Estimate       Budget

Contractual Services
 199 Less: Dist. Operating Costs                $ (117,072)      $ (113,543)   $ (115,484)   $ (137,141)    $ (141,100)
 220 Umbrella Policy                                18,658           18,301        18,500         7,302          7,965
 221 Special Multi-Peril Policy                     78,414           75,242        76,984       109,839        113,135
 223 Employment Practices Liability                 14,642           14,052        14,195        14,548         14,750
 224 Pollution Liability                             6,840            6,850         6,920         6,940          6,950
 295 Broker Fees                                    20,000           20,000        20,000        20,000         20,000
       Total Contractual Services               $   21,482       $   20,902    $   21,115    $   21,488     $   21,700




BUDGETARY COMMENT

The 2010 insurance costs will be distributed as follows:

Fund - Acct.                              2009         2010
   No.         Program                Distribution Distribution
  01-201       Police                 $    24,182 $     24,900
  01-301       Comm. Development           19,488       20,100
  01-401       Public Works - Admin        30,674       31,595
  01-411       Property Damage - Bldg        6,000        6,000
  01-501       Recreation                  21,219       21,855
  53-501       Comm. & Rec. Center         35,578       36,650
                      Total Insurance $ 137,141 $ 141,100




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  323                                        2010 Adopted Budget
POST EMPLOYMENT                             GENERAL FUND
BENEFITS                                    TOWNSHIP WIDE


POST EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS OVERVIEW

These accounts represent Post Employment benefits paid to Township retirees as a part of negotiated labor
Agreements and COBRA Insurance Benefits paid on behalf of former employees.


DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES


Post Employment Benefits                          2007           2008           2009            2009           2010
01-90-904-500???-000                             Actual         Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 162 Group Life Insurance                    $        271   $        279   $        290   $         350   $        400
 163 Group Health Insurance                         2,976         11,679         20,000          28,400         35,000
       Total Personal Services               $      3,247   $     11,958   $     20,290   $      28,750   $     35,400




COBRA Insurance Benefits                          2007           2008           2009            2009           2010
01-90-905-500???-000                             Actual         Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Services
 163 Group Health Insurance                  $      4,641   $      7,557   $        -     $         -     $        -
       Total Personal Services               $      4,641   $      7,557   $        -     $         -     $        -




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania             324                                          2010 Adopted Budget
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                                                           GENERAL FUND
DEBT SERVICE                                               DEBT SERVICE


                                                                2007               2008               2009            2009           2010
                                                               Actual             Actual             Budget         Estimate        Budget

Debt Service Expenditures

   Contractual Services                                    $    915,194       $ 1,165,969        $ 1,258,762    $ 1,290,802     $ 1,187,892

Total Debt Service Expenditures                            $    915,194       $ 1,165,969        $ 1,258,762    $ 1,290,802     $ 1,187,892



DEBT SERVICE OVERVIEW

The payments of bond obligations that are General Fund specific are provided by this program account. Please
refer to the Sinking Funds section of the budget for a full description of the uses of the bonds.

Debt Service Expenditures                                       2007               2008               2009            2009           2010
01-70-701-500???-000                                           Actual             Actual             Budget         Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 501 Principal Payment-Gen Oblig Bonds                     $    325,000       $    335,000       $    434,189   $     434,189   $    430,678
 511 Interest Payment-Gen Oblig Bonds                           567,919            830,969            824,573         856,613        757,214
 531 Municipal Authority Lease Payments                          22,275                -                  -               -              -

         Total Contractual Services                        $    915,194       $ 1,165,969        $ 1,258,762    $ 1,290,802     $ 1,187,892
Total Debt Service Expenditures                            $    915,194       $ 1,165,969        $ 1,258,762    $ 1,290,802     $ 1,187,892

BUDGETARY COMMENT
Funds requested for this program are $70,900 less than appropriated in 2009 due to the refunding of the
remaining principal in the 2003 Bond Issue.

                                                       DEBT SERVICE EXPENDITURES



                                 $1,400,000


                                 $1,200,000


                                 $1,000,000
                       DOLLARS




                                  $800,000


                                  $600,000


                                  $400,000


                                  $200,000
                                               2007        2008          2009          2009            2010
                                              Actual      Actual        Budget        Estimate        Budget



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                               327                                              2010 Adopted Budget
                                                                       GENERAL FUND
DEBT SERVICE                                                           DEBT SERVICE


                                                                   Debt Service Expenditure Trends
                                                                              1991-2010

                                 $1,800,000

                                 $1,600,000

                                 $1,400,000

                                 $1,200,000
                       DOLLARS




                                 $1,000,000

                                  $800,000

                                  $600,000

                                  $400,000

                                  $200,000

                                      $-
                                              1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                           YEARS




SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

General Fund Revenue Breakdown

How much tax revenue does it take to pay for Debt Service?


  Net Expenditures*                                                                                              $1,187,892

    How many real estate tax mills?                                                         0.33                  $541,123

    Earned Income Tax per $100?                                               $             7.18                  $545,680

    Percentage of Other Taxes?                                                           0.61%                    $101,089


*Net Expenditures are the total expenditures for the department less direct applicable funding streams such as
department specific fees, grants, and portions of the State pension grant.




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                                              328                                                          2010 Adopted Budget
                                                   GENERAL FUND
DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULES                             DEBT SERVICE


2010 PROJECTED DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULE

I.   BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
      Issue:                            2006 General Obligation Bond Issue
      Date:                             September 14, 2006
      Principal Amount:                 $ 9,990,000
      Interest Rate:                    See Coupon Rate Below
      Debt Service Source:              General Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund
      Purpose:                          Refunding a portion of the 2003 General Obligation Bond Issue.



                                           2006 Bond Issue
                                         General Fund Portion
           Year of Maturity Rate Coupon    Principal         Interest    Annual Debt Service
                2010          3.400%    $        10,000 $        224,865 $         234,865
                2011          3.500%             15,000          224,433           239,433
                2012          3.600%             15,000          223,900           238,900
                2013          3.700%             15,000          223,353           238,353
                2014          4.000%             15,000          222,775           237,775
                2015          4.000%             15,000          222,175           237,175
                2016          4.000%             15,000          221,575           236,575
                2017          4.000%             15,000          220,975           235,975
                2018          4.000%             15,000          220,375           235,375
                2019          4.000%             15,000          219,775           234,775
                2020          4.000%             20,000          219,075           239,075
                2021          4.000%           550,000           207,675           757,675
                2022          4.250%           575,000           184,456           759,456
                2023          4.250%           600,000           159,488           759,488
                2024          4.250%           625,000           133,456           758,456
                2025          4.250%           650,000           106,363           756,363
                2026          4.300%           680,000            77,930           757,930
                2027          4.300%           710,000            48,045           758,045
                2028          4.400%           745,000            16,390           761,390

                                    Total      $      5,300,000   $     3,377,078    $        8,677,078




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   329                                 2010 Adopted Budget
                                                   GENERAL FUND
DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULES                             DEBT SERVICE


2010 PROJECTED DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULE (Continued)

II. BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
     Issue:                             2007 General Obligation Bond Issue
     Date:                              April 19, 2007
     Principal Amount:                  $ 9,995,000
     Interest Rate:                     See Coupon Rate Below
     Debt Service Source:               General Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund
     Purpose:                           Capital equipment and improvements to Township buildings, roads, sewers,
                                        and parks.



                                           2007 Bond Issue
                                         General Fund Portion
           Year of Maturity Rate Coupon    Principal         Interest     Annual Debt Service
                2010          3.600%    $        95,000 $        251,831 $          346,831
                2011          3.625%             95,000          248,399            343,399
                2012          3.625%             95,000          244,956            339,956
                2013          3.625%             95,000          241,512            336,512
                2014          4.000%            105,000          237,690            342,690
                2015          4.000%            110,000          233,390            343,390
                2016          4.000%            110,000          228,990            338,990
                2017          4.000%            120,000          224,390            344,390
                2018          4.000%            125,000          219,490            344,490
                2019          4.000%            130,000          214,390            344,390
                2020          4.000%            130,000          209,190            339,190
                2021          4.000%            170,000          203,190            373,190
                2022          4.000%            175,000          196,290            371,290
                2023          4.000%            185,000          189,090            374,090
                2024          4.000%            195,000          181,490            376,490
                2025          4.000%            205,000          173,490            378,490
                2026          4.000%            210,000          165,190            375,190
                2027          4.000%            220,000          156,590            376,590
                2028          4.150%            225,000          147,521            372,521
                2029          4.150%          1,010,000          121,896          1,131,896
                2030          4.250%          1,055,000           78,519          1,133,519
                2031          4.250%          1,100,000           32,725          1,132,725
                2032          4.250%            220,000             4,675           224,675

                                               $      6,180,000   $     4,204,893   $      10,384,893




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  330                                  2010 Adopted Budget
                                                      GENERAL FUND
DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULES                                DEBT SERVICE


2010 PROJECTED DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULE (Continued)

III. BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
      Issue:                            2008 General Obligation Bond Issue
      Date:                             March 6, 2008
      Principal Amount:                 $ 32,300,000
      Interest Rate:                    See Coupon Rate Below
      Debt Service Source:              General Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund, Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund
      Purpose:                          Capital equipment and improvements to Township buildings, roads, sewers,
                                        and parks.

                                                          2008 Bond Issue
                                                       General Fund Portion
         Year of Maturity Rate Coupon           Principal         Interest     Remarketing Fees Annual Debt Service
              2010          3.280%    $               79,020 $        152,422 $          8,985 $          240,426
              2011          3.280%                    81,974          149,782            8,825            240,580
              2012          3.280%                    84,189          147,057            8,661            239,906
              2013          3.280%                    87,882          144,235            8,489            240,605
              2014          3.280%                    90,097          141,316            8,314            239,726
              2015          3.280%                    93,790          138,300            8,131            240,220
              2016          3.280%                    96,005          135,187            7,943            239,136
              2017          3.280%                    99,698          131,978            7,749            239,424
              2018          3.280%                  104,129           128,635            7,546            240,310
              2019          3.280%                  107,083           125,171            7,337            239,591
              2020          3.280%                  110,775           121,598            7,121            239,495
              2021          3.280%                  114,468           117,904            6,898            239,270
              2022          3.280%                  119,637           114,065            6,665            240,367
              2023          3.280%                  124,068           110,068            6,423            240,559
              2024          3.280%                  127,761           105,938            6,174            239,872
              2025          3.280%                  132,192           101,675            5,916            239,783
              2026          3.280%                  135,884            97,279            5,651            238,814
              2027          3.280%                  141,792            92,725            5,374            239,891
              2028          3.280%                  146,223            88,001            5,089            239,314
              2029          3.280%                  151,393            83,121            4,794            239,307
              2030          3.280%                  156,562            78,070            4,489            239,121
              2031          3.280%                  162,470            72,838            4,172            239,480
              2032          3.280%                  292,446            65,377            3,602            361,425
              2033          3.280%                  336,756            55,058            2,945            394,759
              2034          3.280%                  349,311            43,807            2,264            395,381
              2035          3.280%                  361,127            32,156            1,560            394,842
              2036          3.280%                  192,010            23,084            1,185            216,279
              2037          3.280%                  298,354            15,042              603            314,000
              2038          3.280%                  309,432              5,075             -              314,506

                              Total         $     4,686,521 $      2,816,966 $        162,903   $        7,666,390

*Interest and Remarketing fees are variable and subject to increase. The schedule presented shows the
anticipated market conditions for bond payments. In 2010, the impact of the variable interest rate on
General Fund interest payments is expected to be $5,908 higher than indicated on the schedule.
Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                       331                                     2010 Adopted Budget
                                                   GENERAL FUND
DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULES                             DEBT SERVICE


2010 PROJECTED DEBT SERVICE SCHEDULE (Continued)

IV. BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
     Issue:                             2009 General Obligation Bond Issue
     Date:                              December 16, 2009
     Principal Amount:                  $ 7,010,000
     Interest Rate:                     See Coupon Rate Below
     Debt Service Source:               General Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund
     Purpose:                           Refunding a portion of the 2003 General Obligation Bond Issue.



                                           2009 Bond Issue
                                         General Fund Portion
           Year of Maturity Rate Coupon    Principal         Interest     Annual Debt Service
                2010          2.000%    $      246,658 $         113,204 $          359,862
                2011          2.000%           398,594           117,616            516,210
                2012          2.000%           407,259           109,149            516,408
                2013          2.250%           418,580           100,675            519,255
                2014          2.500%           425,223            90,626            515,849
                2015          3.000%           437,157            78,449            515,606
                2016          2.600%           453,346            66,436            519,782
                2017          2.850%           461,803            53,740            515,544
                2018          3.000%           478,452            39,963            518,415
                2019          3.200%           491,728            24,905            516,632
                2020          3.350%           508,366              8,515           516,881

                                    Total      $      4,727,166   $       803,277    $        5,530,444


*The schedule shown above is the estimated General Fund bond payments for the 2009 Bond Issue. Final
schedules will be available at the end of December 2009.




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                                               GENERAL FUND
OPERATING TRANSFERS                         OPERATING TRANSFERS


                                                2007              2008           2009             2009           2010
                                               Actual            Actual         Budget          Estimate        Budget

Operating Transfers Expenditures

    Contractual Services                     $ 1,837,084    $ 1,384,305     $ 1,903,496     $ 2,637,429     $ 3,430,856
Total Operating Transfers Expenditures       $ 1,837,084    $ 1,384,305     $ 1,903,496     $ 2,637,429     $ 3,430,856


OPERATING TRANSFERS OVERVIEW

The Township of Upper St. Clair makes operating transfers to three (3) funds. Please refer to the specific fund for
budgeted expenditures.

Capital Projects Fund (Capital Fund)
The transfer provides support for Township capital expenditures.

Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund (Special Revenue Funds)
The transfer covers any costs that were not funded by the RAD grant.

Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center (C&RC) Fund (Enterprise Funds)
The transfer covers the debt service, a portion of the common area expenses and any additional operation
appropriation needed at the Community & Recreation Center.

DEPARTMENT EXPENDITURES

Operating Transfers Expenditures                2007              2008           2009             2009           2010
01-80-801-500???-???                           Actual            Actual         Budget          Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 401-000 Capital Projects Fund               $ 1,437,084    $     853,703   $    216,073    $     537,111   $    602,901
 452-000 Boyce Mayview Park
          RAD Fund                                   -             30,602        199,603          557,375        587,066
 453-000 Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund
          Debt Service Portion                       -                -         1,150,297       1,298,651       1,140,607
 453-001 Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund
          15% Operation Approp.                 400,000           500,000        337,523          244,292        643,440
 453-002 Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund
          Add'l Operation Approp.                    -                -              -                -          456,842

         Total Contractual Services          $ 1,837,084    $ 1,384,305     $ 1,903,496     $ 2,637,429     $ 3,430,856
Total Operating Transfers Expenditures       $ 1,837,084    $ 1,384,305     $ 1,903,496     $ 2,637,429     $ 3,430,856




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                                                                   GENERAL FUND
OPERATING TRANSFERS                                             OPERATING TRANSFERS


BUDGETARY COMMENTS

In 2010, the Township plans to transfer $602,901 from the General Fund to the Capital Projects Fund, $587,066
to the Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund, and $2,240,889 to the Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation
Center (CRC) Fund.


                                                                 OPERATING TRANSFERS



                              $3,000,000


                              $2,500,000


                              $2,000,000
                   DOLLARS




                              $1,500,000


                              $1,000,000


                                $500,000


                                       $-
                                                    2007             2008             2009            2009              2010
                                                   Actual           Actual           Budget          Estimate          Budget




                                                            Operating Transfers Expenditure Trends
                                                                          1991-2010

                             $4,000,000


                             $3,500,000


                             $3,000,000


                             $2,500,000
                   DOLLARS




                             $2,000,000


                             $1,500,000


                             $1,000,000


                              $500,000


                                  $-
                                            1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
                                                                                         YEARS




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                                               GENERAL FUND
OPERATING TRANSFERS                         OPERATING TRANSFERS


SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

General Fund Revenue Breakdown

How much tax revenue does it take to fund Operating Transfers?


  Net Expenditures*                                                    $3,430,856

    How many real estate tax mills?                       0.97        $1,562,865

    Earned Income Tax per $100?                   $      20.75        $1,576,027

    Percentage of Other Taxes?                          1.77%           $291,964


*Net Expenditures are the total expenditures for the department less direct applicable funding streams such as
department specific fees, grants, and portions of the State pension grant.




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ANNUAL STREET                               STATE LIQUID FUELS TAX FUND
PROGRAM                                       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS


                                                     2007              2008             2009             2009            2010
                                                    Actual            Actual           Budget          Estimate         Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                          $      3,541     $       9,816     $      2,372    $       2,372    $      3,031
Estimated Revenue                                    448,275           482,556          466,015          460,659         444,030
Appropriations                                      (442,000)         (490,000)        (460,000)        (460,000)       (443,000)
Ending Fund Balance                             $      9,816     $       2,372     $      8,387    $       3,031    $      4,061


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

State law requires a separate fund for the accounting of Liquid Fuels tax monies. This fund provides additional
resources to finance the annual street program.

The State Liquid Fuels Tax Fund revenue is derived from the State of Pennsylvania’s gasoline tax and revenue
from the turnback of State roads to the Township. A percentage of the State’s proceeds of the gasoline tax is
distributed to the Township based on the Township's total miles of improved roads and population.

                                                     2007              2008             2009             2009            2010
                                                    Actual            Actual           Budget          Estimate         Budget

Estimated Revenue
10-00-000-??????-000
 355002 State Allocation                        $    414,059     $     455,805     $    439,635    $     439,279    $    422,650
 345001 Interest Revenue                              15,336             7,871            7,500            2,500           2,500
 355003 Turnback Revenue                              18,880            18,880           18,880           18,880          18,880
    Total Revenue                               $    448,275     $     482,556     $    466,015    $     460,659    $    444,030

Appropriations
10-40-408-500???-000
 401 Annual Street Program                      $    442,000     $     490,000     $    460,000    $     460,000    $    443,000
    Total Appropriations                        $    442,000     $     490,000     $    460,000    $     460,000    $    443,000


BUDGETARY COMMENT

Funds distributed from the State in past ten years are shown below:

                                 Year       Grant Amount              Year       Grant Amount
                                 2009       $     439,635             2004       $     363,294
                                 2008       $     455,805             2003       $     356,692
                                 2007       $     414,059             2002       $     349,594
                                 2006       $     399,204             2001       $     342,706
                                 2005       $     373,412             2000       $     337,496


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SEWER                                 STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENT FUND
MAINTENANCE                                   PUBLIC WORKS


                                                 2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                      $     66,722     $      70,306    $     44,208    $      44,208    $     46,708
Estimated Revenue                                  3,837             3,902          13,000            3,500           7,000
Appropriations                                      (253)          (30,000)        (30,000)          (1,000)        (32,000)
Ending Fund Balance                         $     70,306     $      44,208    $     27,208    $      46,708    $     21,708


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The Storm Sewer Improvement Fund is used to account for developer fees charged by the Township and
specifically earmarked for storm sewer improvement and maintenance projects.


                                                 2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Estimated Revenue
12-00-000-??????-000
 320001 Developer Fees                      $        400     $       1,600    $     10,000    $       2,500    $      5,000
 345001 Interest Revenue                           3,437             2,302           3,000            1,000           2,000
    Total Revenue                           $      3,837     $       3,902    $     13,000    $       3,500    $      7,000

Appropriations
12-40-405-500???-000
 211 Engineering Services                   $        53      $         -      $        -      $       1,000    $      2,000
 430 Storm Sewer Projects                           200             30,000          30,000              -            30,000
    Total Appropriations                    $       253      $      30,000    $     30,000    $       1,000    $     32,000




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FIELD                                       FIELD IMPROVEMENT FUND
MAINTENANCE                                       PUBLIC WORKS


                                                   2007             2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                  Actual           Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                        $    183,588    $     233,725    $    250,515    $     250,515    $    296,515
Estimated Revenue                                   50,137           49,771          51,600           50,600          51,000
Appropriations                                         -            (32,981)       (275,000)          (4,600)       (300,000)
Ending Fund Balance                           $    233,725    $     250,515    $     27,115    $     296,515    $     47,515


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The Field Improvement Fund was established to fund the building of new ball fields and renovating the existing
ones. The Athletic Association of the Township has raised funds through donations and user fees and combined
it with Township appropriations to fund these activities for 2010.

                                                   2007             2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                  Actual           Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Estimated Revenue
13-00-000-??????-000
 345001 Interest Revenue                      $        567    $         491    $        600    $         600    $      1,000
 320001 Athletic Assoc.-User Fees                   19,570           19,280          21,000           20,000          20,000
 360008 Township Appropriation                      30,000           30,000          30,000           30,000          30,000
    Total Revenue                             $     50,137    $      49,771    $     51,600    $      50,600    $     51,000

Appropriations
13-40-415-500???-000
 702 Field Renovation Projects                $        -      $      32,981    $    275,000    $       4,600    $    300,000
    Total Appropriations                      $        -      $      32,981    $    275,000    $       4,600    $    300,000




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LIBRARY                                      LIBRARY RAD FUND
ADMINISTRATION                                    LIBRARY


                                                 2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                      $     19,815     $      46,727    $     74,671    $      74,671    $     56,507
Estimated Revenue                                228,370           237,871         246,670          238,305         218,504
Appropriations                                  (201,458)         (209,927)       (298,975)        (256,469)       (274,184)
Ending Fund Balance                         $     46,727     $      74,671    $     22,366    $      56,507    $       828


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The Library Regional Asset District (RAD) Fund was established in 1995 to account for monies allocated to the
Upper St. Clair Library by the Allegheny County Library Association, which is an organization that has
received funding from the Allegheny County Regional Asset District since 1995. These funds are required to
be spent upgrading the existing capabilities of the Library and to create new and innovative ways of
administering programs of the Library. This fund is required by local Ordinance.

For a description of operations for the Upper St. Clair Library, please refer to the Library section of the General
Fund.

                                                 2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Estimated Revenue
14-00-000-??????-000
 360020 Regional Asset District             $    195,470     $     203,864    $    211,670    $     205,505    $    218,504
 360021 Regional Use Reimbursement                32,900            34,007          35,000           32,800             -
    Total Revenue                           $    228,370     $     237,871    $    246,670    $     238,305    $    218,504

RAD Appropriations
14-60-601-500???-000

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $     86,479     $      88,633    $    128,087    $     115,000    $    128,769
 120 Part-Time Wages                              22,585            14,053          25,100           21,205          21,500
 162 Group Life Insurance                            716               627           1,099            1,138           1,099
 163 Medical Insurance                            26,349            25,900          46,362           32,857          47,278
 164 Workmen's Compensation                          825               619             964            1,142           1,422
 166 Pension Costs                                 4,004             4,175           6,140            5,353           6,221
 167 Long-Term Disability Insurance                  322               405             883              825             834
 198 Social Security Expense                       8,227             7,728          11,719           10,420          11,496

         Total Personal Services            $    149,507     $     142,140    $    220,354    $     187,940    $    218,619




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   353                                         2010 Adopted Budget
LIBRARY                                     LIBRARY RAD FUND
ADMINISTRATION                                   LIBRARY


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 250 Computer Maintenance                   $      9,110    $       9,015   $     10,565   $      11,100   $     10,565
 290 Other Contractual Services                      -              1,710            856             866            -

         Total Contractual Services         $      9,110    $      10,725   $     11,421   $      11,966   $     10,565

Commodities
 300 Furniture & Equipment                  $        -      $      13,719   $      6,600   $         655   $      3,000
 310 Adult Books                                  23,269           26,479         20,000          20,000         16,000
 314 Adult Non-Print Materials                       -                -           10,000          10,000         10,000
 315 Juvenile Non-Print Materials                    -                -           10,000          10,000         10,000
 380 Library Specific Supplies                       -                -              -               -            6,000

         Total Commodities                  $     23,269    $      40,198   $     46,600   $      40,655   $     45,000

     Total RAD Appropriations               $    181,886    $     193,063   $    278,375   $     240,561   $    274,184

RUR Appropriations
14-60-602-500???-000
 300 Furniture & Equipment                  $      3,281    $       3,824   $      3,100   $       3,908   $        -
 380 Library Specific Supplies                    16,291           13,040         17,500          12,000            -

     Total RUR Appropriations               $     19,572    $      16,864   $     20,600   $      15,908   $        -
    Total Appropriations                    $    201,458    $     209,927   $    298,975   $     256,469   $    274,184




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OPERATIONS &                            BOYCE/MAYVIEW PARK RAD FUND
MAINTENANCE                                    PUBLIC WORKS


                                                  2007              2008            2009             2009             2010
                                                 Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate          Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                       $      4,433     $       4,433    $      5,493    $        5,493    $      7,493
Estimated Revenue                                 502,543           885,924         621,103         1,118,971         974,566
Appropriations                                   (502,543)         (884,864)       (621,103)       (1,116,971)       (972,066)
Ending Fund Balance                          $      4,433     $       5,493    $      5,493    $       7,493     $      9,993

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

For 2010, the Allegheny County Regional Asset District (ARAD) allocated a grant of $385,000 to the Township
for operation and development costs associated with Boyce Mayview Park because the park meets the definition
of a regional asset. These funds are required to be spent in accordance with the Agreement between the
Township and the Regional Asset District for the Boyce Mayview Park only. Upon the recommendation of
ARAD, Staff began to show all expenditures that are matching the ARAD grant in this Special Revenue Fund;
therefore, an operating transfer from the General Fund of $587,066 is budgeted to be made for 2010.


                                                  2007              2008            2009             2009             2010
                                                 Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate          Budget

Estimated Revenue
52-00-000-??????-000
 360002 Athletic Association User Fees $            2,591     $         560    $      2,500    $       2,000     $      2,500
 360008 General Fund Appropriation                    -              30,602         199,603          557,375          587,066
 360020 RAD Grant                                 499,902           500,000         419,000          419,000          385,000
 360030 Park Memorials                                -                 500             -                -                -
 360031 Park Trail Revenue                             50               -               -                -                -
 365001 PennDOT TEA-21 Grant                          -             155,341             -                -                -
 365002 PennDOT SPC Grant                             -             198,921             -             92,396              -
 365003 DCNR Keystone Grant                           -                 -               -                -                -
 365010 Growing Greener Grnt - N. Trib                -                 -               -             48,200              -
 367001 Recreation Fees                               -                 -               -                -                -
    Total Revenue                            $    502,543     $     885,924    $    621,103    $ 1,118,971       $    974,566




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OPERATIONS &                            BOYCE/MAYVIEW PARK RAD FUND
MAINTENANCE                                    PUBLIC WORKS


                                                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Personal Operating Appropriations
52-10-102-500???-000
 101 Full-Time Wages                         $     63,676    $      82,089   $    140,527   $     223,800   $    236,207
 110 Overtime Wages                                   -                -              -            13,000         13,000
 120 Part-Time Wages                                  -                -              -             5,827          6,600
 162 Group Life Insurance                             586              655            744             745            769
 163 Medical Insurance                             15,928            8,481          2,059           4,434          2,534
 164 Workmen's Compensation                           569              937            472             559            585
 166 Pension Costs                                  4,654            4,810          5,043           4,965          5,207
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                    304              375            452             468            468
 198 Social Security Expense                        4,854            5,082         10,750          18,561         19,569
 199 Fringe Benefit Distribution                      -                -           52,426         118,909        134,516
 290 REEC Expenditures                                -                -          100,000         100,000         50,000

     Total Personal Operating Approp.        $     90,571    $     102,429   $    312,473   $     491,268   $    469,455

Park Appropriations
52-40-401-500???-000
 305 Construction Costs-Concessions          $      2,591    $         -     $        -     $         -     $        -
 306 Ballfield Construction Costs                     -                -              -               -              -
 307 Perimeter & Interior Trail Const.             64,200          588,586            -           207,255         75,000
 308 Open Space Enhancement &                     205,852           78,500            -            31,328            -
       Access Improvements
 320 Park Improvements - Capital                      -                -          163,000          73,101        125,000
 330 Northern Tribuary Grant Exp.                     -                -              -            48,200            -
 331 Soil & Erosion Control                           -                -              -               -           50,000
 750 Capital Equipment                            129,902           70,939         26,000          26,000            -

     Total Park Appropriations               $    402,545    $     738,025   $    189,000   $     385,884   $    250,000

Park Operations & Maintenance
52-40-415-500???-000
 240 Water & Sewerage                        $      9,427    $      19,029   $     20,500   $      27,300   $     28,500
 241 Natural Gas                                      -              1,595          1,800          10,000         10,000
 242 Electricity                                      -              1,287            700          26,700         26,700
 243 Telephone                                        -                -              -               400            400
 299 Field Maintenance Services                       -             16,138         28,000          37,500         43,500
 328 Field Maintenance Supplies                       -              6,361         27,700          97,500         97,500
 601 Distributed Vehicle Costs                        -                -              500             500          3,444
 604 Police Patrol Distribution                       -                -           40,430          39,919         42,567

     Total Park Operations & Mte.            $      9,427    $      44,410   $    119,630   $     239,819   $    252,610
    Total Appropriations                     $    502,543    $     884,864   $    621,103   $ 1,116,971     $    972,066




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                                            CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                        VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS


                                                  2007              2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual            Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                       $ 2,627,522      $ 2,628,309     $ 1,760,517    $ 1,760,517     $      929,799
Estimated Revenue                              1,617,932          893,903         336,573        692,611            627,401
Appropriations                                (1,617,145)      (1,761,695)     (1,155,400)    (1,523,329)        (1,257,200)
Ending Fund Balance                          $ 2,628,309      $ 1,760,517     $    941,690   $     929,799   $     300,000


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The Capital Projects Fund accounts for major equipment purchases and various capital projects that are not
properly included in the General Fund operating budget. Past projects include the annual street resurfacing
program, computer equipment purchases and various construction projects. The Capital Projects Fund receives
an annual operating transfer from the General Fund. In 2010, an operating transfer of $602,901 has been
budgeted to help support Township capital expenditures.

The Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan for 2010-2014, located in the “Long-Term Plan” section of the
Budget, is used as a guide in selecting the capital equipment projects and purchases to be financed by the
Capital Projects Fund. Please refer to the “Long-Term Plan” section of the Budget for more information on
possible future Capital Projects Fund expenditures.


                                                  2007              2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual            Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Estimated Revenue
40-00-000-??????-000
 345001 Interest on Investments              $      41,657    $      29,922   $     41,000   $      16,000   $      20,000
 350002 Peters Twp Compost Agmt                      4,500            4,500          4,500           4,500           4,500
 360008 App from General Fund                    1,437,084          853,703        216,073         537,111         602,901
 370014 DEP Grant-Recycling                            -              5,778            -               -               -
 370016 3RWWDP                                       7,435              -              -               -               -
 370026 Verizon Refund/Pole Work                    18,474              -              -               -               -
 370043 DCNR Grant Payments                            -                -           75,000         135,000             -
 390999 2003 Capital Proj Transfer                 108,782              -              -               -               -
    Total Revenue                            $ 1,617,932      $     893,903   $    336,573   $     692,611   $     627,401




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                                            CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                        VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS


                                                  2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                 Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Appropriations

General Government
40-10-102-500???-000
 290 REEC Payments                           $        -      $      76,000   $        -     $         -     $        -
 300 Admin. Office Equipment                       19,940            2,305          2,500           2,500         12,500
 730 Bldg Mte-Interior & Exterior                 101,975          117,548        109,500          50,000        102,000
 750 Info & Tech Equipment                         95,423           33,159         70,000          50,000         74,700
 752 Cable Television Equipment                       -                -           25,000          15,000         15,000
 755 Telephone-Main Building                          -             39,887            -               -              -

     Total General Government                $    217,338    $     268,899   $    207,000   $     117,500   $    204,200

Public Safety
40-20-???-500???-000
 201-740 Police Cars&Overhead Lights         $    120,548    $      70,610   $    115,900   $      66,710   $     70,000
 201-745 Four Wheel Drive Vehicle                     -                -              -               -              -
 201-746 Deer Culling Program                      19,999           37,624         37,500          37,500         37,500
 201-747 Mobile Data Units                         23,868              -              -               -            6,000
 201-750 Eagle Eye Video/Audio                      9,900            7,500            -               -              -
 201-751 DUI Breathalyzer                           6,360              -              -               -              -
 201-752 Traffic Counter                              -              4,023            -               -              -
 201-760 Office Copier                              6,739              -              -               -              -
 201-761 Police Console Radio                       1,789            5,957         12,000           8,000         24,000
 201-780 Bulletproof Vests & Weapons                5,775              -              -               -              -
 202-740 Fire Trucks                                  -            353,626            -               -           50,000
 210-700 Public Safety - Land Purchase            161,023            2,014            -               -              -

     Total Public Safety                     $    356,001    $     481,354   $    165,400   $     112,210   $    187,500

Community Development
40-30-301-500???-???
 702-000 GIS Digital Mapping                 $     13,792    $       7,450   $     13,500   $      13,500   $     13,500
 750-000 Office Equipment & Furniture               4,368            2,283         15,000          14,400          2,000

     Total Community Development             $     18,160    $       9,733   $     28,500   $      27,900   $     15,500




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CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                        VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS


                                                  2007             2008            2009            2009            2010
                                                 Actual           Actual          Budget         Estimate         Budget

Public Works
40-40-???-500???-000
 401-740 37,000 GVW Dump Trucks              $    102,210    $      (8,025)   $    115,000   $     117,750    $    125,000
 401-741 Other Trucks                             102,992           44,550             -            (6,240)        140,000
 401-745 Staff Vehicles                            20,622              -            60,000          39,774             -
 401-746 Gas Pumps & Hoses                            -              5,722             -               -               -
 401-751 Flail Mower                                  -                -            40,000             -            75,000
 401-760 Groundsmaster Mowers                      27,273              -            30,000          23,151             -
 401-761 Greensmowers                                 -              6,013             -               -               -
 401-763 Turf Renovators                              -                -            15,000           7,938             -
 401-774 Asphalt Wacker & Sander                      -              9,045             -               -               -
 401-784 Bobcat Loader & Tractors                     -             83,987             -               -               -
 401-785 Tire Balancing Machine                       -              9,287             -               -               -
 401-786 Gators                                       -             15,771             -               -               -
 401-787 Electric/Hydraulic Crane                     -                -               -               -            18,000
 408-610 Annual Street Program                    649,000          641,456         419,500         419,500         437,000

     Total Public Works                      $    902,097    $     807,806    $    679,500   $     601,873    $    795,000

Recreation
40-40-???-500???-000
 413-715 Golf Course Irrigation              $        -      $      54,217    $        -     $         -      $        -
 415-710 App-Field Improvement Fund                30,000           30,000          30,000          30,000          30,000
 415-720 Park Equip Replacement                    45,174              -            25,000          25,000          25,000
 415-721 Dominion Pond Project                        -             62,293             -               -               -
 415-750 BM Perimeter Trail-Eng.                   18,418              -            20,000             -               -
40-50-501-500???-000
 721 Office Enhancement & Furniture                   -             12,384             -               -               -
 722 C&RC Asset Expenditures                          -                -               -            20,670             -
 723 Remaining Bond Expenditures                      -                -               -           588,176             -

     Total Recreation                        $     93,592    $     158,894    $     75,000   $     663,846    $     55,000

Library
40-60-601-500???-000
 720 Library Workroom Remodel                $     29,957    $         -      $        -     $         -      $        -
 721 Library Juvenile Floor Remodel                   -             35,009             -               -               -

     Total Library                           $     29,957    $      35,009    $        -     $         -      $        -
    Total Appropriations                     $ 1,617,145     $ 1,761,695      $ 1,155,400    $ 1,523,329      $ 1,257,200




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                                                          CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                      VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS


BUDGETARY COMMENT

In 2010, the Capital Projects Fund is budgeted to contribute $437,000 toward the Annual Street Program.
Combined with monies from the State Liquid Fuels Tax Fund, the Annual Street Program will total $880,000.

Also in 2010, the Capital Projects Fund is budgeted for vehicle replacements, computer equipment and various
smaller capital improvements and purchases. Included in this year's budget are funds to replace equipment in
the Township parks and renovations to the Township Municipal Building.

                     Projected Revenues                                                 Projected Expenditures
                                                                                                                   IT Equipment
                                                                                                                    & Software,
                                                                                                                      $74,700
                                                                                                                           Police Vehicles
                                                                                                                            & Equipment,
                                                                                         Other Capital
                                                                                                                              $100,000
                                                                                         Expenditures,
                                                                                           $185,500
                                                                                                                   Building
                                                                                                                 Renovations,
                                                                                                                  $102,000
                                                 Transfe rs &
      Fund Balance ,                                Other
        $629,799                                  Re ve nue ,
                                                                                   Annual Street
                                                  $627,401                           Program,            PW Vehicles &
                                                                                     $437,000             Equipment,
                                                                                                           $358,000




                                                              Capital Projects Fund
                                                          Approved Capital Project Listing

Improvements                                                               Equipment
 Annual Street Program*                                     $   437,000     Public Works Flail Mower                               75,000
   *Total: $880,000 (see State Liquid Fuels Tax Fund)                       Public Works Hydraulic Crane                           18,000
 Field Improvement Fund Appropriation                            30,000     Police Equipment                                       30,000
 Park Equipment Replacement Program                              25,000     Information Technology Equipment                       74,700
 Interior Building Renovations                                   52,500     Cable 7 Television Equipment                           15,000
 Exterior Building Renovations                                   49,500     Administration Office Equipment                        12,500
Vehicles                                                                    Community Development Office Equipment                  2,000
 Public Works Utility Truck                                      70,000    Programs
 Public Works Utility Truck                                      70,000     Community Development GIS Program                      13,500
 Public Works Dump Truck                                        125,000     Public Safety Deer Culling                             37,500
 Police Vehicles (3)                                             70,000
 Volunteer Fire Department Rescue Truck                          50,000    Total Budget: Capital Projects Fund              $ 1,257,200


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                                               SANITARY SEWER FUND
SANITARY SEWERS                                   PUBLIC WORKS


                                                        2007              2008             2009                2009           2010
                                                       Actual            Actual           Budget             Estimate        Budget

Beginning Net Assets                               $     537,647       $ (1,564,114)    $ 2,919,775        $ 2,919,775     $ 2,956,328

Operating Revenue                                       3,263,687         3,255,368       4,335,922           4,109,730      4,538,114
Operating Expenses                                     (2,911,024)       (3,079,773)     (3,470,502)         (2,770,908)    (3,607,941)
 Operating Income (Loss)                                  352,663           175,595         865,420           1,338,822        930,173

Non-Operating Revenue                                     54,799            27,264              30,000          10,000          15,000
Non-Operating Expenses                                  (543,032)         (641,683)           (634,432)       (670,962)       (603,510)
 Total Non-Operating Revenues (Expenses)                (488,233)         (614,419)           (604,432)       (660,962)       (588,510)

Change in Net Assets                                    (135,570)         (438,824)           260,988          677,860         341,663

Capital Contribution                                   (1,966,191)       5,483,623                 -               -               -
 Less: Depreciation - Sewer Lines                             -           (560,910)                -          (641,307)       (721,307)
Ending Net Assets                                  $ (1,564,114)       $ 2,919,775      $ 3,180,763        $ 2,956,328     $ 2,576,684



PROGRAM OVERVIEW

In 1950, the Township entered into a long term agreement with Allegheny County Sanitary Authority
(ALCOSAN) for sewage treatment and disposal service to all parts of the Township. Interceptor or trunk
sewers and pumping station have been constructed in the Township to provide a complete sanitary sewer system
to over 98% of the community. Construction of the system was originally financed through the Upper St. Clair
Municipal Authority.

The Township maintains approximately 66 linear miles of the public sewer system and 4,181 sanitary sewer
manholes within that system. The number of linear miles that have been rehabilitated during the five years is as
follows:

                                                                                                          Projected
                       2005                 2006                2007                   2008
                                                                                                            2009
                    2.46 Miles        2.46 Miles           4.17 Miles             5.41 Miles              3.75 Miles

As with any materials transport system, continual maintenance must be provided to maintain good operational
order. Maintenance activities provided by this fund include: cleaning and flushing, sewer manhole
maintenance, cleaning and sealing manholes, smoke and dye testing of lines, pump station maintenance, and
various activities associated with the Corrective Action Plan.

Until 1985, sanitary sewer maintenance expenses had been budgeted for in the General Fund. Recognizing the
deteriorating condition of the aging sewer system and the need to implement the Corrective Action Plan for the
McLaughlin Run Watershed, the Township established the Sanitary Sewer Fund. This fund, which is to be
funded primarily through user fees, accounts for all the costs associated with regular system maintenance and
the Corrective Action Plan Projects.



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MULTIPLIER HISTORY

In July 2005, the Township began billing residents each month for ALCOSAN and Township sewer fees
through Pennsylvania American Water Company (PAWC). A monthly bill from PAWC includes an
ALCOSAN and Township processing charge and an ALCOSAN and Township service charge.

The Township calculates the total sewer fees for residents on a multiplier basis. The total charge to the
residents is calculated by applying a 2.19 multiplier to the ALCOSAN processing and service charges. A
history of the Township’s sewer multiplier is listed below:

                                                Sanitary Sewer Fund
                                             20 Year Multiplier History

                                      Year    Multiplier     Year    Multiplier
                                      1991     1.65          2001     1.39
                                      1992     1.65          2002     1.60
                                      1993     1.60          2003     1.67
                                      1994     1.53          2004     1.95
                                      1995     1.53          2005     2.00
                                      1996     1.53          2006     1.93
                                      1997     1.53          2007     1.80
                                      1998     1.45          2008     1.85
                                      1999     1.40          2009     2.15
                                      2000     1.40          2010     2.19


WINTER AVERAGE METHOD

During the summer months, residents use more water for irrigation systems and swimming pools. The water
used for these purposes does not pass through the Township sanitary sewer system. In order to give residents
credit for the water that does not pass through the Township sanitary sewer system, the Township implemented
the Winter Average Method (WAM) for the benefit of Township residents in 2008. This is accomplished by
reducing a resident’s sewer usage during the summer months (May-September) based on the resident’s average
usage during the winter months (November-April). The program is illustrated below:

                                    Winter Average Method (WAM)
                                     2010 Monthly Billing Example
             No Winter Average Method                 Winter Average Method
                                                WAM                                           WAM
      Total Usage    Sewer Rate        Total    Usage        Sewer Rate       Total          Savings
       (gallons) (per 1,000 gallons) Charge    (gallons) (per 1,000 gallons) Charge
        20,000          $8.85          $177      5,000          $8.85          $44            $133


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                                                   2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                  Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Operating Revenue
50-00-000-??????-000
 330450 Sewer Rents-Current                   $ 3,106,307      $ 3,154,921    $ 4,246,922    $ 4,034,916     $ 4,468,614
 330456 Sewer Rents-Liened Collections            117,579           55,918         50,000         35,000          30,000
 330460 ALCOSAN Reimbursements                     14,801           14,529         14,000         14,814          14,500
 330502 Sewer Permit Fees                          25,000           30,000         25,000         25,000          25,000
   Total Operating Revenue                    $ 3,263,687      $ 3,255,368    $ 4,335,922    $ 4,109,730     $ 4,538,114

Operating Expenses
50-40-425-500???-000

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                          $    151,037     $    195,396   $    176,683   $     177,042   $    171,560
 110 Overtime Wages                                    195              320          3,000             500          3,000
 120 Part-Time Wages                                    60              120          5,000             500          5,000
 162 Group Life Insurance                            1,155            1,480          1,510           1,608          1,531
 163 Medical Insurance                              20,683           23,234         23,324          23,896         28,542
 164 Workmen's Compensation                          3,677            3,656          3,400           4,031            979
 166 Pension Costs                                  10,977           12,421         11,615          12,378         11,763
 167 Longterm Disability Insurance                     622              853            871           1,006            927
 168 Post Retirement Plan                              900            1,050            950           1,100            950
 198 Social Security Expense                        10,826           12,584         14,128          13,620         13,736
 199 Fringe Benefit Distribution                    43,217           25,420         28,911          23,782         26,903

     Total Personal Services                  $    243,349     $    276,534   $    269,392   $     259,463   $    264,891

Contractual Services
 202 Sewer Processing Fees                    $ 1,822,416      $ 1,969,947    $ 2,312,113    $ 2,258,879     $ 2,449,721
 210 Professional Services                            -                -            2,000          2,200           2,500
 211 Engineering Services                          41,118           23,244         30,000         10,000          30,000
 221 Flood Insurance                                  -              2,112            -            2,112           2,200
 240 Utilities-Water                                5,686            2,053          5,750          2,700           5,750
 242 Utilities-Electric Service                    20,048           20,290         22,000         20,000          22,000
 250 Corrective Act Plan-Sewer Rehab              545,523          599,999        600,000            -           600,000
 258 Repairs & Maintenance-                        10,319            7,834         30,000         35,000          32,000
      Mechanical Equipment
 262 Sewer Billing/Collection                       59,692           62,895         65,000          63,000         65,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                     55,947            7,958         30,000          10,000         30,000

     Total Contractual Services               $ 2,560,749      $ 2,696,332    $ 3,096,863    $ 2,403,891     $ 3,239,171




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SANITARY SEWERS                                PUBLIC WORKS


                                                   2007             2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                  Actual           Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Commodities
 301 Expendable Office Supplies               $        -       $        -      $        100    $         -      $        100
 315 Construction Supplies                           9,460           25,741          13,000           25,000          25,000
 318 Sewer Maintenance Supplies                      2,994            6,675           6,500            6,500           7,000
 350 Wearing Apparel-Protective                        104              242             500              500             500
 390 Other Supplies                                  2,066            2,033           6,000            7,000           6,500

     Total Commodities                        $     14,624     $     34,691    $     26,100    $      39,000    $     39,100

Distributed Costs
 601 Dist. Vehicle Costs                      $      9,098     $      9,416    $      9,745    $       9,745    $      7,331
 602 Depreciation Expense                           34,306           29,738          28,554           25,710          27,500
 603 Dist. Data Processing Costs                    48,898           33,062          39,848           33,099          29,948

     Total Distributed Costs                  $     92,302     $     72,216    $     78,147    $      68,554    $     64,779
   Total Operating Expenses                   $ 2,911,024      $ 3,079,773     $ 3,470,502     $ 2,770,908      $ 3,607,941

  Total Operating Income (Loss)               $    352,663     $    175,595    $    865,420    $ 1,338,822      $    930,173



BUDGETARY COMMENT

Along with performing routine sewer maintenance, the Township plans to continue correcting the sewer system
deficiencies identified by dye testing. For 2010, corrective sewer rehabilitation spending has been maintained
due to deficiencies cited by the EPA.


                                                   2007             2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                  Actual           Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Non-Operating Revenues
50-00-000-??????-???
 345001 Interest on Investments               $     54,799     $     27,264    $     30,000    $      10,000    $     15,000

     Total Non-Operating Revenues             $     54,799     $     27,264    $     30,000    $      10,000    $     15,000

Non-Operating Expenses
50-40-425-500???-???
 401-000 Bond Payments-Principal              $    155,000     $    165,000    $    260,988    $     260,988    $    268,436
 401-001 Bonds Payable Allocation                      -           (165,000)       (260,988)        (260,988)       (268,436)
 402-000 Bond Payments-Interest                    388,032          641,683         634,432          670,962         603,510

     Total Non-Operating Expenses             $    543,032     $    641,683    $    634,432    $     670,962    $    603,510
  Total Non-Operating Revenues (Expenses)     $   (488,233)    $   (614,419)   $   (604,432)   $    (660,962)   $   (588,510)




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SANITARY SEWERS                                PUBLIC WORKS


                 Projected Revenues                                         Projected Expenditures
        Other
                                                                  Distributed                     Personal
       Revenue,                                                  Costs, $64,779                   Services,
       $84,500                                                                                    $264,891
                                                      Commodities,
                                                        $39,100
                                                                          Debt Service,
                                                                            $871,946




                                                                                               Sewer
                          Sewer                      Other           Corrective              Processing
                          Rents-                   Contractual       Action Plan,               Fees,
                                                    Services,         $600,000               $2,449,721
                         Current,
                                                    $189,450
                        $4,468,614




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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

Portions of the 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 General Obligation Bonds issued by the Township are directly
related to the sanitary sewers. The bond funds were used for Sanitary Sewer Consent Order projects that were
agreed upon by the Township and the Allegheny County Health Department. The debt schedules for applicable
portions are below.


                                            2006 Bond Issue
                                      Sanitary Sewer Fund Portion
           Year of Maturity Rate Coupon     Principal        Interest    Annual Debt Service
                2010          3.400%    $         10,000 $       202,370 $         212,370
                2011          3.500%              10,000         202,025           212,025
                2012          3.600%              10,000         201,670           211,670
                2013          3.700%              10,000         201,305           211,305
                2014          4.000%              10,000         200,920           210,920
                2015          4.000%              10,000         200,520           210,520
                2016          4.000%              15,000         200,020           215,020
                2017          4.000%              15,000         199,420           214,420
                2018          4.000%              15,000         198,820           213,820
                2019          4.000%              15,000         198,220           213,220
                2020          4.000%              15,000         197,620           212,620
                2021          4.000%            265,000          192,020           457,020
                2022          4.250%            280,000          180,770           460,770
                2023          4.250%            285,000          168,764           453,764
                2024          4.250%            300,000          156,333           456,333
                2025          4.250%            315,000          143,264           458,264
                2026          4.300%            330,000          129,475           459,475
                2027          4.300%            345,000          114,963           459,963
                2028          4.400%            355,000           99,735           454,735
                2029          4.400%            380,000           83,565           463,565
                2030          4.450%            395,000           66,416           461,416
                2031          4.450%            415,000           48,394           463,394
                2032          4.450%            430,000           29,593           459,593
                2033          4.450%            450,000           10,013           460,013

                                    Total    $   4,680,000   $     3,626,213   $        8,306,213




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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION (Continued)

                                            2007 Bond Issue
                                      Sanitary Sewer Fund Portion
           Year of Maturity Rate Coupon     Principal        Interest    Annual Debt Service
                2010          3.600%    $         50,000 $       156,064 $         206,064
                2011          3.625%              50,000         154,258           204,258
                2012          3.625%              50,000         152,445           202,445
                2013          3.625%              55,000         150,542           205,542
                2014          4.000%              60,000         148,345           208,345
                2015          4.000%              60,000         145,945           205,945
                2016          4.000%              60,000         143,545           203,545
                2017          4.000%              60,000         141,145           201,145
                2018          4.000%              60,000         138,745           198,745
                2019          4.000%              65,000         136,245           201,245
                2020          4.000%              70,000         133,545           203,545
                2021          4.000%              80,000         130,545           210,545
                2022          4.000%              75,000         127,445           202,445
                2023          4.000%              85,000         124,245           209,245
                2024          4.000%              90,000         120,745           210,745
                2025          4.000%              90,000         117,145           207,145
                2026          4.000%              95,000         113,445           208,445
                2027          4.000%              95,000         109,645           204,645
                2028          4.150%            105,000          105,566           210,566
                2029          4.150%            100,000          101,313           201,313
                2030          4.250%            105,000           97,006           202,006
                2031          4.250%            110,000           92,438           202,438
                2032          4.250%            120,000           87,550           207,550
                2033          4.250%            125,000           82,344           207,344
                2034          4.250%            600,000           66,938           666,938
                2035          4.250%            625,000           40,906           665,906
                2036          4.250%            650,000           13,812           663,812

                                             $   3,790,000   $   3,131,910   $    6,921,910




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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION (Continued)

                                                      2008 Bond Issue
                                               Sanitary Sewer Fund Portion
Year of Maturity Rate Coupon                Principal         Interest     Remarketing Fees Annual Debt Service
     2010          3.280%    $                    90,094 $        173,784 $         10,244 $          274,122
     2011          3.280%                         93,462          170,773           10,062            274,297
     2012          3.280%                         95,988          167,666            9,874            273,529
     2013          3.280%                       100,198           164,449            9,679            274,326
     2014          3.280%                       102,724           161,121            9,479            273,324
     2015          3.280%                       106,934           157,683            9,270            273,887
     2016          3.280%                       109,460           154,134            9,057            272,651
     2017          3.280%                       113,670           150,474            8,835            272,979
     2018          3.280%                       118,722           146,663            8,604            273,989
     2019          3.280%                       122,090           142,714            8,365            273,169
     2020          3.280%                       126,300           138,640            8,119            273,060
     2021          3.280%                       130,510           134,429            7,865            272,803
     2022          3.280%                       136,404           130,051            7,599            274,054
     2023          3.280%                       141,456           125,494            7,323            274,273
     2024          3.280%                       145,666           120,786            7,039            273,490
     2025          3.280%                       150,718           115,925            6,745            273,388
     2026          3.280%                       154,928           110,912            6,443            272,283
     2027          3.280%                       161,664           105,720            6,128            273,512
     2028          3.280%                       166,716           100,335            5,802            272,853
     2029          3.280%                       172,610            94,770            5,466            272,846
     2030          3.280%                       178,504            89,012            5,118            272,633
     2031          3.280%                       185,240            83,046            4,757            273,043
     2032          3.280%                       333,432            74,540            4,106            412,078
     2033          3.280%                       383,952            62,775            3,358            450,085
     2034          3.280%                       398,266            49,946            2,581            450,794
     2035          3.280%                       411,738            36,662            1,778            450,179
     2036          3.280%                       218,920            26,320            1,351            246,591
     2037          3.280%                       340,168            17,151              688            358,006
     2038          3.280%                       352,798              5,786             -              358,584

                         Total        $       5,343,332   $         3,211,761   $   185,733   $         8,740,826




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SANITARY SEWERS                                PUBLIC WORKS


SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION (Continued)

                                            2009 Bond Issue
                                      Sanitary Sewer Fund Portion
           Year of Maturity Rate Coupon     Principal        Interest     Annual Debt Service
                2010          2.000%    $       118,342 $         54,313 $          172,655
                2011          2.000%            191,405           56,479            247,885
                2012          2.000%            197,741           52,996            250,737
                2013          2.250%            201,420           48,445            249,865
                2014          2.500%            204,777           43,644            248,421
                2015          3.000%            212,843           38,196            251,039
                2016          2.600%            216,654           31,749            248,403
                2017          2.850%            223,197           25,973            249,170
                2018          3.000%            231,548           19,340            250,888
                2019          3.200%            238,272           12,068            250,340
                2020          3.350%            246,634             4,131           250,765

                                    Total    $   2,282,834   $    387,334   $      2,670,168




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MAGAZINE       TOWNSHIP/SCHOOL DISTRICT MAGAZINE FUND
ADMINISTRATION     UPPER ST. CLAIR TODAY MAGAZINE


                                                 2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Beginning Net Assets                        $     72,744     $      70,084    $     97,535    $      97,535    $    126,292

Operating Revenue                                181,889           192,630         200,050          200,700         201,200
Operating Expenses                              (184,549)         (165,179)       (179,000)        (171,943)       (188,543)
 Operating Income (Loss)                          (2,660)           27,451          21,050           28,757          12,657

Change in Net Assets                              (2,660)           27,451          21,050           28,757          12,657
Ending Net Assets                           $     70,084     $      97,535    $    118,585    $     126,292    $    138,949

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

The Magazine Fund was established to fund a joint effort of the Township and School District to inform the
residents of the Township of news pertaining to both entities through a publication. The Fund is an enterprise
fund which means that it is to be supported mostly through advertising fees and became self sufficient in 1999.

                                                 2007              2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual            Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Operating Revenue
51-00-000-367???-000
 001 Advertising Fees                       $    181,655     $     192,363    $    200,000    $     200,500    $    201,000
 002 Magazine Subscriptions                           24               -                50               50              50
 003 Late Fees                                       210               267             -                150             150
    Total Revenue                           $    181,889     $     192,630    $    200,050    $     200,700    $    201,200

Operating Expenses
51-10-102-500???-000
 101 Steering Committee Payments            $      4,000     $       4,800    $      5,000    $       4,000    $      5,000
 111 Editorial Staff                              30,690            31,523          33,500           32,650          34,000
 121 Office Management                             9,783             9,493          10,000           10,000          10,250
 215 Photography Costs                               150               279             500              300             500
 243 Telephone                                       525               360             600              350             600
 275 Printing Costs                               86,651            68,720          72,000           74,000          79,000
 278 Postage                                      10,652            10,366          12,000           12,500          13,000
 280 Mileage                                         900               402             900              300             900
 290 Commissions-Ad Salesman                      33,335            31,945          35,000           32,000          35,000
 292 Contracted Svcs-Graphic Art                   2,758             3,714           3,500            3,800           4,000
 300 Office Furniture                              1,896               778           1,000              150           1,000
 301 Office Supplies                               1,014               532           1,000              600           1,000
 390 Other Supplies                                2,195             2,218           4,000            1,000           4,000
 602 Depreciation Expense                            -                  49             -                293             293
    Total Appropriations                    $    184,549     $     165,179    $    179,000    $     171,943    $    188,543

  Total Operating Income (Loss)             $     (2,660)    $      27,451    $     21,050    $      28,757    $     12,657

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                                                   2007               2008          2009           2009             2010
                                                  Actual             Actual        Budget        Estimate          Budget

Beginning Net Assets                          $        -         $    400,000    $ 1,806,606    $ 1,806,606    $ 1,031,521

Operating Revenue                                  400,000            500,000      2,124,660      1,009,471         3,037,726
Operating Expenses                                     -              (65,623)    (2,095,415)    (1,879,711)       (3,037,726)
 Operating Income (Loss)                           400,000            434,377         29,245       (870,240)              -

Non-Operating Revenue                                  -                  -       1,150,297      1,320,321         1,142,107
Non-Operating Expenses                                 -             (358,862)     (760,474)      (908,828)         (774,721)
 Total Non-Operating Revenues (Expenses)               -             (358,862)      389,823        411,493           367,386

Change in Net Assets                               400,000             75,515       419,068       (458,747)          367,386

Capital Contribution                                   -             1,331,091           -             -                 -
 Less: Depreciation - CRC Building                     -                   -             -        (316,338)         (632,675)
Ending Net Assets                             $    400,000       $ 1,806,606     $ 2,225,674    $ 1,031,521    $     766,232



COMMUNITY & RECREATION CENTER OVERVIEW

In 2009, the Board of Commissioners directed the Township Manager and the Recreation and Leisure Services
Department to make a complete change of philosophy in the construction and operation of the Community &
Recreation Center (C&RC).

For the first time in Township history, the focus of service has changed from serving residents to serving
residents and surrounding communities in an effort to capture fees to cover the operating expenses for the new
90,000 square foot C&RC and outdoor Aquatics Facility.

In order to begin to tackle this task, the Department of Recreation and Leisure Services created a
Membership/Marketing Department, Fitness Department, Aquatics Department and a Maintenance Department.

From a historical perspective, the process of building this Community Center began in the late 1990’s with the
creation of the Master Plan for Boyce Mayview Park. The Master Plan led to the creation of the REEC, 4
playing fields, perimeter trail and over 10 miles of interior trails. In 2004, the Board of Commissioners began
discussing the Community & Recreation Center Concepts. The Board created a 50 member AD Hoc Group to
research other facilities and gather information from their neighborhood and various interest groups. The Board
also contracted with Ballard King and Associates for a financial feasibility study. This study was the footprint
for the C&RC and served as the pro forma upon start up of operations.

For 2010, the Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center Fund accounts for all financial activities of the
operation of the newly constructed C&RC including the repayment of the Debt Service on the 30 year bonds
needed to construct the facility. The Fund is broken up into two different cost centers: Indoor Facility and
Outdoor Pool Facility. There are specific revenue and expenditure accounts to identify these cost centers.

For current information about the Community & Recreation Center, please visit
www.livesmarterplayharder.org.

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2009 C&RC ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    •   In June 2009, opened the Community & Recreation Center with an Outdoor Aquatics Center
    •   Hired and Trained full-time and part-time staff for the Aquatics, Fitness, Guest Relations, Membership
        and Maintenance Departments
    •   Created Membership and Marketing Plan including the Founders’ Club, member for a day programs,
        school nights and a community bill board to develop membership incentives for residents and
        surrounding communities.
    •   Developed a base membership of over 5,700 individuals
    •   Developed a Maintenance manual for the Center
    •   Developed policies and procedures for the Guest Relations department
    •   Created guidelines and contracts for room rentals and birthday parties
    •   Developed Staff training programs
    •   With the help of the Information Technology Department, created the C&RC website
    •   Completed a professional audit of the Aquatics Department staffing and procedures

                                                   _____________

2010 C&RC GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

    •   To meet the C&RC underlying premise of covering 75% of the operational expenses with the revenue
        generated from membership fees and program revenue.
    •   Continue to attract and retain a membership base through marketing and promotion
    •   Continue to expand and enhance C&RC programs and room rentals
    •   Begin to create programming for special needs populations
    •   Monitor membership and program satisfaction surveys

                                                   _____________

C&RC MEMBERSHIP STATISTICS

The basis for C&RC sustainability is annual memberships. A sustainable membership base will depend on the
number of annual memberships for the C&RC. The goal for 2010 is to have 2,180 annual memberships,
consisting of 80% resident memberships and 20% non-resident memberships. Below are the annual
membership statistics through November 2009.

 ALL ANNUAL PASSES                             RESIDENTS                            NON-RESIDENTS
 Individuals    Memberships      Individuals   Memberships     Percentage Individuals   Memberships    Percentage
    5,956           1,760            5,157        1,524            87%        799          236            13%

A variety of membership options are available at the C&RC. These memberships allow access to the Indoor
Facilities as well as the Outdoor Aquatics Center. Please refer to the C&RC website,
www.livesmarterplayharder.org, for a complete listing of membership types.



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C&RC ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The proposed authorized personnel responsible for the C&RC for 2010 are as follows:

                   Position Title                  Pay Grade     Minimum       Maximum         2010 Positions
Director of Recreation and Leisure Services            4          $62,455       $87,435              1
Assistant Director of Recreation and Leisure           5          $51,190       $71,665              1
Services
C&RC Membership & Marketing Coordinator              6            $41,960        $58,745             1
C&RC Aquatics Supervisor                             7            $34,395        $48,150             1
C&RC Building Maintenance Supervisor                 7            $34,395        $48,150             1
C&RC Fitness Supervisor                              7            $34,395        $48,150             1
C&RC Guest Relations Coordinator                     7            $34,395        $48,150             1
Community Program Coordinator                        7            $34,395        $48,150             1
C&RC Assistant Aquatics Supervisor                   8            $22,930        $40,125             1
C&RC Membership Specialist                           8            $22,930        $40,125             1
C&RC Personal Trainer                                8            $22,930        $40,125             2
Office Secretary                                     8            $22,930        $40,125             1
C&RC Building Custodian (Attendant)            Union Contract    $16.30/hr      $16.30/hr            1
C&RC Maintenance Custodian (Attendant)         Union Contract    $16.30/hr      $16.30/hr            1
Total                                                                                               15

Budgetary Allocations
Certain Township employees have responsibilities outside of their primary department. A budgetary allocation
for Recreation employee’s wages and benefits has been made as follows:

                       Position Title                     Recreation    C&RC Fund           BM RAD
     Director of Recreation and Leisure Services             30%          70%                 n/a
     Community Program Coordinator                           50%          50%                 n/a
     Office Secretary                                        25%          70%                 5%




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                                                              Dir. of
                                                            Recreation
                                                            & Leisure
                                                             Services
                                                               Paul
                                                             Besterman




                                                            Asst. Dir. of
                                                            Recreation
                                                             & Leisure
                                                             Services
                                                              Ryan
                                                            McCleaster




    Aquatics             Fitness            Membership/           Building                      Guest              Community
   Supervisor           Supervisor           Marketing           Maintenance                   Relations            Program
   Christopher           Robert             Coordinator          Supervisor                   Coordinator          Coordinator
     Biswick            Davenport           Sarah Povazan        Jeremy Lemley              Kristen Parisi         Lynn Walcoff




     Asst.               Personal           Membership             C&RC
    Aquatics                                                      Attendants       Office               Control Desk
                         Trainers            Specialist                           Secretary              Associates
   Supervisor          Emily Arndt          Storm Foreman             (2)
      Melissa                                                      Teamsters     Julie Shriver           (Part-Time)
                       Katie Stache         & 1 Part-Time
     Lindberg                                                      Local 205




                         Fitness             Facility
  Lifeguards &                                Rental              Contracted       Guest                 Childcare
      Swim            Attendants &                                               Relations
                        Exercise            Coordinator            Cleaning                              Associates
   Instructors                               & Event               Service       Associates              (Part-Time)
   (Part-Time)         Instructors                                               (Part-Time)
                        (Part-Time)         Attendants
                                             (Part-time)




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AQUATICS OVERVIEW

The Community & Recreation Center is the first to offer the South Hills amenities that you may only find in
regional water parks and other highly themed resorts on the East Coast. Presenting only the best in aquatic
cleaning, our state of the art filters remove the smallest particles from water, resulting in very clean, clear water.
Also, to aid in the cleanliness of the Aquatic Center’s water, each pool and spa’s filter system produces a
turnover rate much higher than standard guidelines require.

Indoor Lap Pool
The indoor lap pool is a 4 lane, 25 yard pool. It ranges from 3.5 feet in the shallow end to 8 feet in the deep end.
Uses for this space include lap swimming, shallow and deep water aerobics, and swim lessons. Water
temperature will be kept between 82 and 84 degrees Fahrenheit.

Resistance Channel
The resistance channel is a 3.5 foot deep, side-winding "river" of moving water. Patrons using the resistance
channel will be able to swim, walk, or run against the current for a higher intensity workout. As an alternative,
bathers will also be able to glide along with the current for a much more relaxing, and gentle exercise
experience. Water temperature will be kept between 84 and 88 degrees Fahrenheit.

Recreational/Leisure Pool
The recreational/leisure pool is a large, open pool area that contains a vast amount of pool space as well as
multiple structures and interactive play features. It is equipped with a zero-depth entry which allows easy access
for almost all individuals. Special features of the recreation/leisure pool area include a two-story body side,
water geysers, underwater benches, and a large interactive play structure with dumping bells, small slide, and
water cannons. Water temperature will be kept between 84 and 88 degrees Fahrenheit.

Outdoor Pool Area
The outdoor pool area has a variety of family friendly features available in and around the pool. Surrounding
the pool is a spacious grassy area for lounging and play, two large pavilions with picnic tables, a large sandbox,
and oversized beach umbrellas. In the pool, patrons will find a two-story body slide, lily pad walk with
overhead cargo net, water geysers and cannons, discovery fountains, an interactive play structure with small
slide, underwater benches, and leisure pool. Water temperatures will be kept between 78 and 80 degrees
Fahrenheit.

Programs provided by the Aquatics Department are as follows:

    •   Swim Lessons
    •   Private Swim Lessons
    •   Water Aerobics Classes

Staffing
The Aquatics Department is staffed by one (1) Aquatics Supervisor, one (1) Assistant Aquatics Supervisor and
part-time lifeguards.




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FITNESS OVERVIEW

The main area of the Fitness Department encompasses approximately 10,000 square feet of the facility. This
area includes Free Weights, Selectorized Weight Machines and Cardiovascular Machines. The Fitness
Department also has two workout studios and an 18,000 square foot gymnasium.

Programs provided by the Fitness Department are as follows:
   • Personal Training
   • Nutrition Counseling
   • Fitness Assessments
   • Strength and Cardio Orientations
   • Group Exercise Classes
   • Introduction to Strength Training

Staffing
The Fitness Department is staffed by one (1) Fitness Supervisor, two (2) Personal Trainers, part-time exercise
instructors and other part-time staff.

                                                _____________


MEMBERSHIP & MARKETING OVERVIEW

The Membership & Marketing Department offers a variety of membership options: Indoor Annual and Three
Month Memberships, Outdoor Aquatic Seasonal Memberships and a Combined Membership option. These
membership options are broken out into four (4) categories: Youth, Adult, Family and Senior. For more
information on plans and fees please visit www.livesmarterplayharder.org. The Membership Department is also
responsible for the rental agreements for the two (2) Aquatic Party Rooms and a 3,600 square foot Community
Room.

Staffing
The Membership & Marketing Department is staffed by one (1) Membership & Marketing Coordinator, one (1)
Membership Specialist, one (1) part-time Facility Rental Coordinator and part-time membership specialists.

                                                _____________


BUILDING MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

The Building Maintenance Department is responsible for the cleaning, maintenance and general upkeep of the
Community & Recreation Center. Currently, the cleaning services for the building are contracted out to a third
party.

Staffing
The Building Maintenance Department is staffed by one (1) Building Maintenance Supervisor and two (2)
C&RC Attendants.

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GUEST RELATIONS OVERVIEW

The Guest Relations Department is responsible for general administration, front desk administration and
childcare at the Community & Recreation Center. Customer service is valued at the C&RC and the Guest
Relations Department handles all initial customer service requests. The Guest Relations Department also
handles all childcare responsibilities in the Tot Room at the C&RC. Childcare is available to children from
ages 8 weeks to 10 years old.

Staffing
The Guest Relations Department is staffed by one (1) Guest Relations Coordinator, one (1) Office Secretary,
part-time Control Desk Associates and part-time Childcare Associates.

                                               _____________


COMMUNITY PROGRAMS OVERVIEW

Please refer to the General Fund-Recreation section of the Budget for a detailed description of the Community
Programs offered by the Township of Upper St. Clair.




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REVENUE                                    RECREATION


                                                     2007                   2008                 2009            2009           2010
                                                    Actual                 Actual               Budget         Estimate        Budget

Operating Revenue
53-00-000-??????-000
 Membership Revenue
   350001 Indoor Memberships                    $            -         $         -         $     648,740   $      88,000   $     174,343
   350002 Outdoor Pool Memberships                           -                   -               154,133          28,790          37,500
   350003 Combined Memberships                               -                   -               247,877         502,189       1,294,501
   350004 Daily Admissions                                   -                   -               474,720          70,000         105,000
 Program Revenue
   367003 Fitness Programs                                   -                   -                41,000          12,000        115,000
   367011 Art Programs                                       -                   -                 6,833             -              -
   367013 Older Adults Program Fees                          -                   -                   667             -              -
   367017 Aquatic Programs                                   -                   -                40,000          35,000         85,000
   367022 Misc. Self Supporting Fees                         -                   -                47,167             -              -
   367023 Basketball Program Fees                            -                   -                27,333             -              -
   367030 League Fees                                        -                   -                13,667             -           20,000
 Facility Revenue
   380010 Non-Aquatic Facility Fees                          -                   -                 2,000           1,500         27,600
   380011 Aquatic Facility Fees                              -                   -                10,500           8,500         33,000
 Other Revenue
   360008 Gen. Fund App-25% Oper. Exp.*               400,000                500,000             337,523         244,292        643,440
   360008 Gen. Fund Add'l Appropriation                   -                      -                   -               -          456,842
   370001 Babysitting Services                            -                      -                17,334           9,200         21,000
   370010 Vending Revenue                                 -                      -                48,333           5,500         12,000
   370020 Indoor Facility Misc. Revenue                   -                      -                 3,333           3,500         10,000
   370021 Outdoor Pool Facility Misc. Rev.                -                      -                 3,500           1,000          2,500
  Total Operating Revenue                       $     400,000          $     500,000       $ 2,124,660     $ 1,009,471     $ 3,037,726

                                                                               Other
                                                                             Revenue,
                                                                              $47,000



                                              Gen Fund
                                            Debt Service
                                            Appropriation,
                                             $1,140,607                    Membership
                                                                            Revenue,
                                                                           $1,611,344




                                                 Gen Fund
                                                 Operating
                                               Appropriation,
                                                $1,100,282

                                                                                     Program
                                                                                     Revenue,
                                                                  Facility           $220,000
                                                                 Revenue,
                                                                  $60,600



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EXPENDITURES                               RECREATION


                                                 2007               2008            2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual             Actual          Budget         Estimate        Budget

Indoor Facility Operating Expenses
53-50-501-500???-000

Indoor Personal Services
  101 Full-Time Wages                       $        -         $     43,150    $    439,830   $     432,000   $    557,425
  110 Overtime Wages                                 -                  -               -            11,500         20,000
  120 Part-Time Wages                                -                  -           480,437         289,000        668,491
  162 Group Life Insurance                           -                  215           4,726           4,752          6,012
  163 Medical Insurance                              -                5,033         126,133          85,000        162,682
  164 Workmen's Compensation                         -                  996           7,272           8,623         47,695
  166 Pension Costs                                  -                2,781          30,086          26,596         38,658
  167 Long-Term Disability Insurance                 -                  124           3,790           2,988          3,621
  168 Post Retirement Plan                           -                  -             1,400           1,450          1,450
  198 Social Security Expense                        -                3,266          70,400          56,036         95,313

     Total Indoor Personal Services         $        -         $     55,565    $ 1,164,074    $     917,945   $ 1,601,347

Indoor Contractual Services
  220 Liability Insurance                   $        -         $        -      $     25,000   $      40,000   $     36,650
  230 Association Dues                               -                  -             1,000           2,000         10,000
  231 Travel & Conference Expense                    -                  -             4,000           1,000         10,000
  232 Personnel Training                             -                  -             6,750           2,000          1,000
  240 Water & Sewage                                 -                  -            11,667          26,000         35,000
  241 Natural Gas                                    -                  -            90,000         115,000        150,000
  242 Electricity                                    -                  -           136,667         144,000        210,000
  243 Telephone                                      -                  -             5,000           5,784          8,000
  250 Repairs & Maintenance-                         -                  -             3,333          13,000         16,000
       Office Equipment
  251 Repairs & Maintenance-                         -                  -             6,667           2,080          5,000
       Recreation Equipment
  255 Building Maintenance                           -                  -            26,667          20,000         30,000
  256 Pool Maintenance                               -                  -               -               -           15,000
  262 Uniforms                                       -                  -             3,000           2,000          6,250
  275 Services-Printing & Duplicating                -                6,110          20,000          35,000         46,000
  278 Postage Expense                                -                    13          5,000          17,000         14,000
  290 Other Contractual Services                     -                2,947          66,000         100,000        196,285
  297 Interest Expense                               -                  -               -               952          1,428
  298 Credit Card Fees                               -                  -               -            17,000         15,000
  299 Internet Connection Costs                      -                  -             2,000          11,350         26,500

     Total Indoor Contractual Services      $        -         $      9,070    $    412,751   $     554,166   $    832,113




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EXPENDITURES                               RECREATION

                                                   2007               2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                  Actual             Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Indoor Commodities
  300 Office Furniture & Equipment            $        -         $       -      $        -     $       3,000   $      1,000
  301 Expendable Office Supplies                       -                 233          13,333          15,000          9,200
  302 Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions               -                 -             1,000             500          2,000
  304 Publicity Material/Marketing                     -                 339          20,000          40,000         45,000
  306 Building Maintenance Supplies                    -                 -            16,667          47,000         31,000
  307 Tools & Equipment                                -                 -               -            12,000          7,500
  326 Department Specific Supplies                     -                 -            20,000          18,000         14,600
  329 Pool Chemicals                                   -                 -            15,000          18,000         20,000
  390 Other Supplies                                   -                 -             6,667           3,000         10,000

     Total Indoor Commodities                 $        -         $       572    $     92,667   $     156,500   $    140,300

Distributed Costs
 602 Depreciation Expense - Equipment         $        -         $       416    $        -     $      83,699   $    182,544
 603 Dist. Data Processing Costs                       -                 -            54,339          45,135         74,871

     Total Distributed Costs                  $        -         $       416    $     54,339   $     128,834   $    257,415
   Total Indoor Facility Operating Expenses   $        -         $     65,623   $ 1,723,831    $ 1,757,445     $ 2,831,175

Outdoor Pool Facility Operating Expenses
53-50-510-500???-000

Outdoor Personal Services
 120 Part-Time Wages                          $        -         $        -     $    216,752   $      85,000   $    143,336
 198 Social Security Expense                           -                  -           16,582           6,503         10,965

     Total Outdoor Personal Services          $        -         $        -     $    233,334   $      91,503   $    154,301

Outdoor Contractual Services
 220 Liability Insurance                      $        -         $        -     $     15,000   $         -     $        -
 230 Association Dues                                  -                  -              500             -            1,000
 231 Travel & Conference Expense                       -                  -              -               -              -
 232 Personnel Training                                -                  -            3,333             -            2,000
 240 Water & Sewage                                    -                  -           10,000           5,000          7,000
 241 Natural Gas                                       -                  -           14,167             -              -
 242 Electricity                                       -                  -           21,250             -              -
 243 Telephone                                         -                  -            2,000             -              -
 250 Repairs & Maintenance-                            -                  -              -               -              -
      Office Equipment
 251 Repairs & Maintenance-                            -                  -            1,000             -              -
      Recreation Equipment
 256 Pool Maintenance                                  -                  -            5,000            500          12,000
 262 Uniforms                                          -                  -            2,000            500             750
 275 Services-Printing & Duplicating                   -                  -            1,500            750           2,000
 278 Postage Expense                                   -                  -              500            -               -
 290 Other Contractual Services                        -                  -           19,333            407           6,000

     Total Outdoor Contractual Services       $        -         $        -     $     95,583   $       7,157   $     30,750

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EXPENDITURES                               RECREATION


                                                               2007                2008             2009            2009           2010
                                                              Actual              Actual           Budget         Estimate        Budget

Outdoor Commodities
 300 Office Furniture & Equipment                         $        -          $        -       $        -     $         260   $        -
 301 Expendable Office Supplies                                    -                   -                500             -              -
 302 Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions                            -                   -                -               -              -
 304 Publicity Material                                            -                   -             10,000             195            500
 306 Pool Maintenance Supplies                                     -                   -              3,500          12,000         10,000
 326 Aquatics Supplies                                             -                   -              4,167           1,151          3,000
 329 Pool Chemicals                                                -                   -             19,500          10,000          7,000
 390 Other Supplies                                                -                   -              5,000             -            1,000

     Total Outdoor Commodities                            $        -          $        -       $     42,667   $      23,606   $     21,500
   Total Outdoor Facility Operating Expenses              $        -          $        -       $    371,584   $     122,266   $    206,551

  Total CRC Operating Expenses                            $        -          $     65,623     $ 2,095,415    $ 1,879,711     $ 3,037,726

Total Operating Income (Loss)                             $    400,000        $    434,377     $     29,245   $ (870,240)     $        -


                                            Distributed
                                              Costs,
                                             $257,415




                                                Debt Service,                      Personal
                                                 $1,140,607                        Services,
                                                                                  $1,755,648




                                                                Contractual
                                                                 Services,
                                                                 $862,863

                                            Commodities,
                                              $161,800



BUDGETARY COMMENT

The Community & Recreation Center will have its first full year of operations in 2010. Revenue and
Expenditure projections were made based on the first three months of operation. A 10% half year increase in
membership fees are projected in the 2010 C&RC Budget. Before an increase is implemented in July 2010, the
Board of Commissioners, the C&RC staff and Township Staff will re-examine all revenue and expenditure
projections in order to more accurately set membership fees.


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ACTIVITIES                     RECREATION


                                                 2007               2008            2009             2009            2010
                                                Actual             Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget

Non-Operating Revenues
53-00-000-??????-???
 345001-000 Interest on Investments         $        -         $        -      $         -     $       1,000    $       1,500
 360008-000 Transfer In-Debt Service App             -                  -          1,150,297       1,298,651        1,140,607
 360008-003 Transfer In-Cap. Proj. Fund              -                  -                -            20,670              -

     Total Non-Operating Revenues           $        -         $        -      $ 1,150,297     $ 1,320,321      $ 1,142,107

Non-Operating Expenses
53-50-501-500???-???
 501-000 Bond Payments-Principal            $        -         $        -      $    389,823    $     389,823    $    365,886
 501-001 Bonds Payable Allocation                    -                  -          (389,823)        (389,823)       (365,886)
 511-000 Bond Payments-Interest                      -              742,657         760,474          908,828         774,721
 512-000 Capitalized Interest Expense                -             (383,795)            -                -               -

     Total Non-Operating Expenses           $        -         $    358,862    $    760,474    $     908,828    $    774,721
  Total Non-Operating Revenues (Expenses)   $        -         $ (358,862)     $    389,823    $     411,493    $    367,386




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Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                394                                            2010 Adopted Budget
DEBT                      BOYCE/MAYVIEW COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER FUND
                                           RECREATION
SERVICE

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

In 2008, the Township of Upper St. Clair issued a General Obligation Bond to finance the construction of the
Community & Recreation Center. The debt service schedule related to the specific funds used for construction
is detailed below.

                                         2008 Bond Issue
                           Community & Recreation Center Fund Portion
Year of Maturity Rate Coupon   Principal         Interest    Remarketing Fees Annual Debt Service
     2010          3.280%    $      365,887 $        705,764 $        41,602 $        1,113,252
     2011          3.280%           379,565          693,539          40,862          1,113,965
     2012          3.280%           389,823          680,921          40,102          1,110,846
     2013          3.280%           406,921          667,854          39,308          1,114,083
     2014          3.280%           417,179          654,339          38,495          1,110,013
     2015          3.280%           434,277          640,375          37,648          1,112,300
     2016          3.280%           444,535          625,963          36,781          1,107,279
     2017          3.280%           461,633          611,102          35,880          1,108,614
     2018          3.280%           482,150          595,624          34,940          1,112,714
     2019          3.280%           495,828          579,585          33,973          1,109,386
     2020          3.280%           512,925          563,041          32,974          1,108,940
     2021          3.280%           530,023          545,937          31,940          1,107,900
     2022          3.280%           553,959          528,160          30,860          1,112,978
     2023          3.280%           574,476          509,653          29,739          1,113,869
     2024          3.280%           591,574          490,530          28,586          1,110,689
     2025          3.280%           612,091          470,790          27,392          1,110,273
     2026          3.280%           629,188          450,433          26,165          1,105,786
     2027          3.280%           656,544          429,347          24,885          1,110,776
     2028          3.280%           677,061          407,476          23,564          1,108,101
     2029          3.280%           700,998          384,876          22,197          1,108,071
     2030          3.280%           724,934          361,490          20,784          1,107,209
     2031          3.280%           752,290          337,264          19,317          1,108,871
     2032          3.280%         1,354,122          302,719          16,677          1,673,518
     2033          3.280%         1,559,292          254,939          13,636          1,827,867
     2034          3.280%         1,617,424          202,841          10,482          1,830,746
     2035          3.280%         1,672,136          148,892           7,221          1,828,249
     2036          3.280%           889,070          106,888           5,488          1,001,446
     2037          3.280%         1,381,478           69,651           2,794          1,453,923
     2038          3.280%         1,432,771           23,497             -            1,456,268

                         Total        $     21,700,147 $     13,043,489   $   754,293    $        35,497,929




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  395                               2010 Adopted Budget
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                                       TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS FUND
OPERATIONS                              EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE


                                                 2007               2008             2009              2009             2010
                                                Actual             Actual           Budget           Estimate          Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                        $ (229,116)     $ (122,611)      $      100,000    $      100,000    $      100,000
Estimated Revenue                               2,830,573       3,016,672           2,852,000         2,834,722         2,838,750
Appropriations                                 (2,724,068)     (2,794,061)         (2,852,000)       (2,834,722)       (2,838,750)
Ending Fund Balance                           $ (122,611)     $     100,000    $     100,000     $     100,000     $     100,000

TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS OVERVIEW

The Tri Community South Emergency Medical Services (TCS EMS) Fund is a fund jointly operated by the
Township of Upper St. Clair, South Park Township and the Municipality of Bethel Park. This fund pays all
expenses related to the ambulance program. TCS EMS revenue consists of annual subscriptions, non-subscriber
and subscriber medical charges, third party billings and non-emergency transport fees. Under the third party
Agreement governing the program, the Township of Upper St. Clair acts as the system’s treasurer and manages
the funds’ activities in the same manner in which it treats its own funds.

The Department of Health is the lead agency for emergency medical services in the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania. The Department’s Bureau of Emergency Medical Services (BEMS) is responsible for the
statewide development and coordination of a comprehensive system to prevent and reduce premature death and
disability.

Pennsylvania’s Emergency Medical Services system is defined by the EMS Act of 1985 (Act 45) Pa C.S.
§6921-6938, updated as of 2009. Tri-Community South EMS falls under the Emergency Medical Services
Institute (EMSI), one of 16 regional EMS Councils in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Tri-Community South Emergency Medical Services operates 24-hours per day, seven days per week in
providing emergency medical care to the residents of Bethel Park, South Park, Upper St. Clair and Allegheny
County South Park. In addition, TCS EMS provides mutual aid to areas surrounding these communities. To
provide these services, TCS EMS maintains a fleet of six (6) ambulances, one (1) medical command vehicle
and one (1) medical response vehicle. Each ambulance and the medical command vehicle contain state-of-the-
art medical equipment required by the PA Department of Health to provide Emergency Medical Services. Tri-
Community South EMS paramedics/EMT’s provide ALS and BLS care and transport to local community
hospitals and specialty hospitals.

DEPARTMENT STATISTICS AND BENCHMARKS

The number of calls for service and transports provided by the system for the past several years is summarized
below:
             Category                  2003     2004         2005           2006          2007           2008          Nov-09

  Calls for Service                   5,717    5,902         5,935          6,123        6,678           6,687          5,899
  Transports                          4,145    4,373         4,467          4,619        5,163           5,172          4,646
  Advanced Life Support               3,190    3,451         3,574          3,673        4,000           3,939          3,532
  Basic Life Support                   955      922           893            946         1,163           1,233          1,114
  Non-Emergency Transports             413      300           244            200          224             156            125

Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                    399                                            2010 Adopted Budget
                                       TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS FUND
OPERATIONS                              EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE


DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

The Tri-Community South Emergency Medical Services is staffed by a Director, Business Manager, one (1)
full-time Administrative Assistant, one (1) full-time Billing Supervisor, one (1) full-time Billing Clerk, four (4)
Paramedic Supervisors, three (3) Paramedic Crew Chiefs, and eight (8) full-time Paramedics, eight (8) full-time
Emergency Medical Technicians, two (2) part-time Paramedics, one (1) part-time Emergency Medical
Technician and two (2) Volunteer emergency personnel.




                                                      Administrative
                                                       Committee




                                                                                          Medical
                                                          Director
                                                                                          Director




                 Supervisors                 Supervisor of           Administrative           Business
                    (3)                     Support Services           Assistant              Manager
                                                  (1)




                                                       Emergency Med.
    Crew Chief                 Paramedics               Technicians               Billing                 Billing
       (3)                      8 FT, 2 PT               8 FT, 1 PT,             Supervisor               Clerk
                                                         2 Volunteer




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                      400                                   2010 Adopted Budget
                                       TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS FUND
OPERATIONS                              EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE


PROGRAM REVENUE

                                                 2007              2008             2009             2009           2010
                                                Actual            Actual           Budget          Estimate        Budget

Estimated Revenue
90-00-000-??????-000
 320400 Subscriptions                       $     467,562    $      442,862    $     455,000   $     452,000   $     455,000
 355710 Non-Subscriber Billings                 1,329,871         1,496,604        1,355,000       1,385,000       1,365,000
 356720 Subscriber Billings                       807,201           885,659          825,000         800,000         815,000
 360013 PA State Pension Grant                     60,821            62,131           62,000          54,222          63,750
 367006 CPR Program Fees                           47,691            81,252           65,000          60,000          65,000
 367021 NETS Revenue                               72,515            (9,120)          45,000          45,000          38,000
 367072 Outside Details                            19,442            28,877           23,000          20,000          15,000
 380890 Donations                                  19,215            19,375           16,000          15,000          16,000
 380999 Miscellaneous Revenue                       6,255             9,032            6,000           3,500           6,000
    Total Revenue                           $ 2,830,573      $ 3,016,672       $ 2,852,000     $ 2,834,722     $ 2,838,750




PROGRAM EXPENDITURES

                                                 2007              2008             2009             2009           2010
                                                Actual            Actual           Budget          Estimate        Budget

Appropriations
90-20-204-500???-000

Personal Services
 101 Full-Time Wages                        $ 1,241,944      $ 1,321,738       $ 1,369,405     $ 1,298,665     $ 1,344,085
 111 Overtime Wages                              57,439           56,499            62,000          54,000          62,000
 120 Part-Time Wages                             59,563           34,991            35,000          33,500          38,610
 153 Holiday Pay                                 41,935           44,502            44,500          44,500          44,500
 161 Continuing Education                         9,138            8,357            10,000          10,000          10,000
 162 Group Life Insurance                         8,500            9,552            10,798          10,549          10,169
 163 Medical Insurance                          293,262          344,805           387,049         308,202         370,752
 164 Workmen's Comp                              91,393           81,162            85,000          85,000          87,500
 165 Unemployment Comp                            1,631              -               2,000             -             2,000
 166 Pension Costs                               66,219           74,117            71,670          72,000          75,000
 167 Longterm Disability Ins                      4,495            5,630             6,810           7,500           8,785
 172 Outside Details                             14,242           15,184            16,000          15,200          14,000
 198 Social Security Expense                    108,817          113,579           118,529         112,139         116,677

     Total Personal Services                $ 1,998,578      $ 2,110,116       $ 2,218,761     $ 2,051,255     $ 2,184,078




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   401                                          2010 Adopted Budget
                                       TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS FUND
OPERATIONS                              EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE


PROGRAM EXPENDITURES (Continued)

                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009           2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate        Budget

Contractual Services
 210 Legal Services                         $     13,892    $       6,342   $     10,000   $       2,500   $     10,000
 220 Liability Ins-E & O                          39,337           40,507         41,000          40,000         42,000
 222 Vehicle Insurance                            21,439           18,769         26,000          20,000         26,000
 232 Conference & Training Expense                 3,355            6,639          8,000           7,000          8,000
 240 Utilities-Water & Sewer                       3,939            3,421          4,500           4,000          4,500
 241 Utilities-Natural Gas                         4,405            4,406          7,000           4,500          5,000
 242 Utilities-Electricity                        10,411           10,855         12,000          11,500         12,000
 243 Utilities-Telephone                           9,658           10,196         12,000          10,500         11,000
 254 Repairs & Mte-Vehicles                        6,053           12,459         10,500           9,500         10,500
 255 Repairs & Mte-Building                        6,208            6,966          8,250           7,000          8,400
 257 Radio & Other Equip. Mte                      4,898            3,482          5,250           5,000          5,250
 265 Equipment Rental                             13,254           13,244         15,500          13,500         12,500
 270 CPR Instruction Pay                           6,344           11,200         12,500          10,000         12,000
 275 Volunteer Reimbursement                         -                -              500             -              250
 278 Postage                                       7,146            5,689         11,000           7,000         11,000
 280 Travel & Mileage Expense                      6,627            6,980          8,500           7,000          8,500
 281 CPR Mileage Reimbursement                       -              1,309          2,000           2,000          1,000
 289 Administrative Services                      32,000           35,000         35,000          35,000         35,000
 290 Other Contractual Services                   52,494           28,364         45,000          45,000         45,000
 291 Subscription Services                        17,533           15,407         22,000          20,000         22,000

     Total Contractual Services             $    258,993    $     241,235   $    296,500   $     261,000   $    289,900

Commodities
 301 Expendable Office Supplies             $      5,200    $       5,740   $     10,000   $       6,000   $     10,000
 304 Publicity Materials                           3,513            3,559          5,500           3,600          3,000
 307 Ambulance Equip. Supplies                     2,938            1,631          8,500           3,000          5,000
 308 CPR Program Supplies                          6,747           16,294         20,000          16,500         20,000
 314 Medical Supplies                              9,426            7,796         15,000           8,000         10,000
 328 Maintenance Supplies                          2,130            2,052          4,000           2,200          4,000
 340 Vehicular Parts and Supplies                 15,018           19,953         20,000          12,000         15,000
 341 Fuels and Lubricants                         32,772           49,692         47,000          35,000         40,000
 351 Clothing Allowance                           14,262            9,812         20,000          10,000         17,000
 390 Other Supplies                                8,609            6,779         10,000           8,000          5,000

     Total Commodities                      $    100,615    $     123,308   $    160,000   $     104,300   $    129,000




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  402                                       2010 Adopted Budget
                                       TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS FUND
OPERATIONS                              EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE


PROGRAM EXPENDITURES (Continued)

                                                  2007             2008           2009             2009            2010
                                                 Actual           Actual         Budget          Estimate         Budget

Debt Service Payments
 531 Capital Note Payments                   $    137,746    $     137,746   $    137,746    $     137,746    $    137,746

      Total Debt Service Payments            $    137,746    $     137,746   $    137,746    $     137,746    $    137,746

Capital Equipment Transfer
 903 Transfer to Capital Reserve             $    228,136    $     181,656   $     38,993    $     280,421    $     98,026

      Total Capital Equipment                $    228,136    $     181,656   $     38,993    $     280,421    $     98,026
     Total Appropriations                    $ 2,724,068     $ 2,794,061     $ 2,852,000     $ 2,834,722      $ 2,838,750

BUDGETARY COMMENT

The 2010 Budget is $13,250 or .46% less than the 2009 budget. The decrease is due mainly to a decrease in
contractual services and commodities.
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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

Tri-Community South EMS Vehicles

                                                               Mileage                                       Anticipated
                                                             (as of 10-01-       Age in                      Replacement
        Asset Tag       Year       Make          Model           2009)           Years      Condition           Year

Ambulances
1    2006 056           2006        Ford    AMB-E-452             67,029           4        Fair to Poor          2010
2    2006 058           2006        Ford    AMB-E-451             66,395           4        Fair to Poor          2010
3    2006 060           2006        Ford    AMB-E-451             66,022           4        Fair to Poor         2010
                                                                                                              TBD per Adm
 4       2009 018       2008        Ford         AMB              9,902            2         Excellent         Committee
                                                                                                              TBD per Adm
 5       2009 019       2008        Ford         AMB              10,697           2         Excellent         Committee
                                                                                                              TBD per Adm
 6       2009 020       2008        Ford         AMB              11,730           2         Excellent         Committee


Other Emergency Vehicles
                                                                                                              TBD per Adm
 1       2007 075       2007       Chevy     Suburban             13,035           3         Excellent         Committee
                                                                                                              TBD per Adm
 2     2002 066       2003   Chevy       Suburban       25,550                     7        Fair to Poor       Committee
* There are three (3) ambulances scheduled for replacement in 2010.

Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                   403                                        2010 Adopted Budget
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CAPITAL    TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS CAPITAL RESERVE FUND
IMPROVEMENTS       EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE


                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009            2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate         Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                      $ 1,493,514     $ 1,733,557     $ 1,913,339    $ 1,913,339      $ 1,958,174
Estimated Revenue                               289,504         227,567          79,493        316,027          137,173
Appropriations                                  (49,461)        (47,785)       (370,500)      (271,192)        (343,200)
Ending Fund Balance                         $ 1,733,557     $ 1,913,339     $ 1,622,332    $ 1,958,174      $ 1,752,147

TRI-COMMUNITY SOUTH EMS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS OVERVIEW

The Tri Community South EMS Capital Reserve Fund was started in December 1987 with an initial transfer
from the Tri Community South EMS Fund. The purpose of the Fund is to accumulate resources for future
capital equipment purchases, including ambulances, radios and other equipment.

                                                 2007             2008           2009            2009            2010
                                                Actual           Actual         Budget         Estimate         Budget

Estimated Revenue
90-00-000-??????-000
 345001 Interest Revenue                    $     36,289    $      16,140   $     25,000   $      17,000    $     20,000
 360005 PA VFC Grant                                 -              9,969            -             4,917           4,000
 360006 DCED Grant                                   -                -              -             8,568             -
 360007 EMSOF Grant                                8,728            6,517          6,000           4,445           5,647
 360009 Transfer from TCS EMS Fund               228,136          181,656         38,993         280,421          98,026
 360012 Bethel Park Donation-RAD                   4,601           10,603          3,500             -             3,500
 360013 South Park Donation-RAD                    3,509            1,584          2,500             -             2,500
 360014 Upper St. Clair Donation-RAD               8,241            1,098          3,500             676           3,500
    Total Revenue                           $    289,504    $     227,567   $     79,493   $     316,027    $    137,173

Appropriations
91-20-206-500???-000
 401 Medical Equipment                      $        -      $      11,979   $     35,000   $         -      $     15,000
 402 Vehicles/Ambulances                          34,165              -          300,000         234,522         300,000
 403 Life Paks                                       -                916            -              (583)            -
 404 Computer Equipment                           15,296            1,744         20,000          11,229          12,000
 405 Furniture                                       -                -              -               360           1,000
 406 Copier Equipment                                -                -            9,500           8,955             -
 410 Turn Out Gear                                   -                -              -               -               -
 415 EMSOF Grant Equipment                           -             19,593          6,000          11,662          11,200
 416 VFC Grant Equipment                             -             13,553            -             5,047           4,000
    Total Appropriations                    $     49,461    $      47,785   $    370,500   $     271,192    $    343,200


BUDGETARY COMMENT
In 2010, TCS plans on replacing certain ambulances and equipment to maintain efficient operations.



Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  407                                       2010 Adopted Budget
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                                             SINKING FUNDS
DEBT SERVICE                                  DEBT SERVICE


                                                  2007                 2008             2009               2009           2010
                                                 Actual               Actual           Budget            Estimate        Budget

Beginning Fund Balance                      $          -         $          -      $          -      $       -       $       -
Estimated Revenue                                1,456,351            2,672,430         3,304,479      3,453,295       3,139,617
Appropriations                                  (1,456,351)          (2,672,430)       (3,304,479)    (3,453,295)     (3,139,617)
Ending Fund Balance                         $          -         $          -      $          -      $         -     $         -


PROGRAM OVERVIEW

A Sinking Fund is required by the Local Unit Debt Act (Act 185 of 1972) for the payment of principal and
interest of local debt. The repayment of debt directly from the General Fund or some other operating fund is
not allowed by this state law. Under the law; funds must first be transferred from the operating fund to the
sinking fund; then sinking fund in turn makes payment to the debt holder. The Township operates one sinking
fund for each debt issue:

Sinking Funds for General Obligation Bond Issues of 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009:

                                                  2007                 2008             2009               2009           2010
                                                 Actual               Actual           Budget            Estimate        Budget

Estimated Revenue
 Transfer from General Fund            $          913,319        $ 1,159,800       $ 1,258,762       $ 1,280,742     $ 1,178,907
 Transfer from Sanitary Sewer Fund                543,032            793,634           895,420           920,481         861,703
 Transfer from Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund                -              718,996         1,150,297         1,252,072       1,099,007
   Total Revenue                            $ 1,456,351          $ 2,672,430       $ 3,304,479       $ 3,453,295     $ 3,139,617

Appropriations
 1998 General Obligation Bonds-Principal    $      20,000        $         -       $         -       $         -     $         -
 2003 General Obligation Bonds-Principal          475,000              485,000           495,000           495,000             -
 2006 General Obligation Bonds-Principal            5,000                5,000             5,000             5,000          20,000
 2007 General Obligation Bonds-Principal              -                 10,000            15,000            15,000         145,000
 2008 General Obligation Bonds-Principal              -                                  570,000           570,000         535,000
 2009 General Obligation Bonds-Principal              -                    -                 -                 -           365,000
 1998 General Obligation Bonds-Interest               400                  -                 -                 -               -
 2003 General Obligation Bonds-Interest           293,187              282,077           269,085           269,085             -
 2006 General Obligation Bonds-Interest           427,876              427,830           427,660           427,660         427,235
 2007 General Obligation Bonds-Interest           234,888              411,205           410,768           410,768         407,895
 2008 General Obligation Bonds-Interest               -              1,051,318         1,111,966         1,260,782       1,071,970
 2009 General Obligation Bonds-Interest               -                    -                 -                 -           167,517
   Total Appropriations                     $ 1,456,351          $ 2,672,430       $ 3,304,479       $ 3,453,295     $ 3,139,617

BUDGETARY COMMENT

Total estimated debt payments for 2010 have decreased by $164,862 from the 2009 Budget due to the refunding
of the remaining principal in the 2003 Bond Issue.

Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  411                                                 2010 Adopted Budget
                                                 SINKING FUNDS
DEBT SERVICE                                      DEBT SERVICE


DEBT AND DEBT LIMITS

The following table shows the debt of the Township as of December 16, 2009 including the bonds:

Electoral Debt                                                                                      $             -

Nonelectoral Debt
  Series of 2005                                                                                             333,300
  Series of 2006                                                                                           9,980,000
  Series of 2007                                                                                           9,970,000
  Series of 2008                                                                                          31,730,000
  Series of 2009                                                                                           7,010,000
Total Nonelectoral Debt                                                                                   59,023,300

   Add: Lease Rental Debt                                                                                         -

Total Gross Indebtedness                                                                                  59,023,300


   Less: Debt Excluded as self-liquidating or separately
   stated pursuant to §8242(a) of the Debt Act                                                           (16,055,000)

Net Nonelectoral and Lease Rental Debt                                                              $     42,968,300




The statutory debt limit of the Township is calculated under the Debt Act as a percentage of the Township's
"Borrowing Base." The Borrowing Base is defined as the arithmetic average of "Total Revenues" (as defined
by the Debt Act) for the three fiscal years ended next preceding the date of incurring debt. The Township
calculated Borrowing Base as reported in the 2008 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report is as follows:

Arithmetic Average (Borrowing Base)                                                                 $ 20,221,763.00


The debt limits of the Township are therefore as follows:

                                                                                     Net Debt           Remaining
Type of Debt Limit                                              Legal Limit         Outstanding          Capacity
Nonelectoral Debt Limit
                                                            $      50,554,408   $      42,968,300   $      7,586,108
(250% of Borrowing Base)
Nonelectoral and Lease Rental Debt Limit
                                                            $      70,776,171   $      42,968,300   $     27,807,871
(350% of Borrowing Base)




Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                  412                                      2010 Adopted Budget
                                              SINKING FUNDS
DEBT SERVICE                                   DEBT SERVICE


TOWNSHIP BOND OBLIGATIONS OVERVIEW

    1. General Obligation Bonds of 2003 (Refunded through 2006 & 2009 General Obligation Bonds)

        In May 2003, the Township issued $18,705,000 in general obligation bonds to fund various mandated
        and essential capital projects, which included the following:
            A. Sanitary Sewer Consent Order projects as agreed upon by the Township with the Allegheny
               County Health Department
            B. Construction of a new Volunteer Fire Station on Route 19
            C. Construction of Abbeyville Road Extension
            D. Reconstruction of Cook School Road Phase II
            E. Renovation of the current Public Works Building
            F. Improvements to access ways and site preparation in Boyce Mayview Park
            G. Storm sewer construction and rehabilitation (NPDES compliance)

    2. General Obligation Bonds of 2006

        In September 2006, the Township issued $9,995,000 in general obligation bonds to refund a portion of
        the 2003 General Obligation Bonds of which $18,250,000 was outstanding. The bonds bear coupon
        interest rates between 3.40% and 4.45%.


    3. General Obligation Bonds of 2007

        In April 2007, the Township issued $9,995,000 in general obligation bonds to fund various mandated
        and essential capital projects, which included the following:
            A. Sanitary Sewer Consent Order projects as agreed upon by the Township with the Allegheny
               County Health Department
            B. Complete construction of the Boyce Mayview Park ball fields
            C. Replacement of a tennis bubble
            D. Construct a new retaining wall at the Public Works Building
            E. Architects’ fees for the construction of a new Community & Recreation Center (C&RC)
            F. Boyce Mayview Park Site & HOP Development costs
            G. Sidewalk improvements along Rt. 19 and Ft. Couch roads
            H. Improvements to intersection at Rt. 19 and Boyce road
            I. Morton Field parking and field improvements
            J. Construct a pedestrian crossing at Chartwell Drive
            K. The bonds bear coupon rates between 3.50% and 4.25%




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DEBT SERVICE                                              DEBT SERVICE


    4. General Obligation Bonds of 2008

        In March 2008, the Township issued $32,300,000 in general obligation bonds to fund various mandated
        and essential capital projects, which included the following:

            A. Sanitary Sewer Consent Order projects as agreed upon by the Township with the Allegheny
               County Health Department
            B. Construction Management, Engineering, and Architect Fees associated with the construction of
               the Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center
            C. Construction costs associated with the construction of the Boyce Mayview Community &
               Recreation Center
            D. Construction Management, Engineering, and Construction costs for the construction of a Public
               Works Annex Building at Boyce Mayview Park
            E. Sidewalk improvements along Ft. Couch Road
            F. Morton Field and Parking Improvements
            G. Construction of the Mayview Road HOP turning lane
            H. Improvements along Morrow Road

    5. General Obligation Bonds of 2009

        In December 2009, the Township issued $7,010,000 in general obligation bonds to refund the remaining
        portion of the 2003 General Obligation Bonds of which $6,805,000 was outstanding. The bonds bear
        coupon interest rates between 2.00% and 3.35%.


LONG-TERM DEBT SCHEDULES

                                            TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
                                             RETIREMENT OF PRINCIPAL
                                              AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2010

                                     Unpaid                  2010                   2010                   2010                Unpaid
                                    Principal              Principal              Principal              Principal            Principal
                                    Balance               Retirement             Retirement             Retirement            Balance
          Bond Series               12.31.09             General Fund       Sanitary Sewer Fund        C&RC Fund              12.31.10
2006 General Obligation Bonds            9,980,000                 10,000                 10,000                                   9,960,000
2007 General Obligation Bonds            9,970,000                 95,000                 50,000                                   9,825,000
2008 General Obligation Bonds           31,730,000                 79,020                 90,094              365,887             31,195,000
2009 General Obligation Bonds            7,010,000                246,658                118,342                                   6,645,000

Total Long Term Debt            $       58,690,000   $           430,678    $           268,436    $          365,887    $        57,625,000




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LONG-TERM DEBT SCHEDULES (Continued)

I.   BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
      Issue:                            2006 General Obligation Bond Issue
      Date:                             September 14, 2006
      Principal Amount:                 $ 9,990,000
      Interest Rate:                    See Coupon Rate Below
      Debt Service Source:              General Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund
      Purpose:                          Refunding a portion of the 2003 General Obligation Bond Issue.


                                           2006 Bond Issue
                                          Total Debt Service
           Year of Maturity Rate Coupon    Principal         Interest    Annual Debt Service
                2010          3.400%    $        20,000 $        427,235 $         447,235
                2011          3.500%             25,000          426,457           451,457
                2012          3.600%             25,000          425,570           450,570
                2013          3.700%             25,000          424,658           449,658
                2014          4.000%             25,000          423,695           448,695
                2015          4.000%             25,000          422,695           447,695
                2016          4.000%             30,000          421,595           451,595
                2017          4.000%             30,000          420,395           450,395
                2018          4.000%             30,000          419,195           449,195
                2019          4.000%             30,000          417,995           447,995
                2020          4.000%             35,000          416,695           451,695
                2021          4.000%            815,000          399,695         1,214,695
                2022          4.250%            855,000          365,226         1,220,226
                2023          4.250%            885,000          328,251         1,213,251
                2024          4.250%            925,000          289,789         1,214,789
                2025          4.250%            965,000          249,626         1,214,626
                2026          4.300%          1,010,000          207,405         1,217,405
                2027          4.300%          1,055,000          163,008         1,218,008
                2028          4.400%          1,100,000          116,125         1,216,125
                2029          4.400%            380,000           83,565           463,565
                2030          4.450%            395,000           66,416           461,416
                2031          4.450%            415,000           48,394           463,394
                2032          4.450%            430,000           29,592           459,592
                2033          4.450%            450,000           10,013           460,013

                                    Total      $      9,980,000   $     7,003,290    $      16,983,290




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LONG-TERM DEBT SCHEDULES (Continued)

II. BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
     Issue:                             2007 General Obligation Bond Issue
     Date:                              April 19, 2007
     Principal Amount:                  $ 9,995,000
     Interest Rate:                     See Coupon Rate Below
     Debt Service Source:               General Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund
     Purpose:                           Capital equipment and improvements to Township buildings, roads, sewers,
                                        and parks.

                                           2007 Bond Issue
                                          Total Debt Service
           Year of Maturity Rate Coupon    Principal         Interest    Annual Debt Service
                2010          3.600%    $       145,000 $        407,895 $         552,895
                2011          3.625%            145,000          402,657           547,657
                2012          3.625%            145,000          397,401           542,401
                2013          3.625%            150,000          392,054           542,054
                2014          4.000%            165,000          386,035           551,035
                2015          4.000%            170,000          379,335           549,335
                2016          4.000%            170,000          372,535           542,535
                2017          4.000%            180,000          365,535           545,535
                2018          4.000%            185,000          358,235           543,235
                2019          4.000%            195,000          350,635           545,635
                2020          4.000%            200,000          342,735           542,735
                2021          4.000%            250,000          333,735           583,735
                2022          4.000%            250,000          323,735           573,735
                2023          4.000%            270,000          313,335           583,335
                2024          4.000%            285,000          302,235           587,235
                2025          4.000%            295,000          290,635           585,635
                2026          4.000%            305,000          278,635           583,635
                2027          4.000%            315,000          266,235           581,235
                2028          4.150%            330,000          253,087           583,087
                2029          4.150%          1,110,000          223,208         1,333,208
                2030          4.250%          1,160,000          175,525         1,335,525
                2031          4.250%          1,210,000          125,162         1,335,162
                2032          4.250%            340,000           92,225           432,225
                2033          4.250%            125,000           82,344           207,344
                2034          4.250%            600,000           66,937           666,937
                2035          4.250%            625,000           40,906           665,906
                2036          4.250%            650,000           13,812           663,812

                                    Total      $      9,970,000   $     7,336,803   $      17,306,803

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LONG-TERM DEBT SCHEDULES (Continued)

III. BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
      Issue:                            2008 General Obligation Bond Issue
      Date:                             March 6, 2008
      Principal Amount:                 $ 32,300,000
      Interest Rate:                    See Coupon Rate Below
      Debt Service Source:              General Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund, Boyce Mayview C&RC Fund
      Purpose:                          Capital equipment and improvements to Township buildings, roads, sewers,
                                        and parks.

                                                          2008 Bond Issue
                                                        Total Debt Service
            Year of Maturity Rate Coupon        Principal         Interest    Remarketing Fees Annual Debt Service
                 2010          3.280%    $           535,000 $      1,031,970 $        60,830 $        1,627,800
                 2011          3.280%                555,000        1,014,094          59,748          1,628,842
                 2012          3.280%                570,000          995,644          58,637          1,624,281
                 2013          3.280%                595,000          976,538          57,476          1,629,014
                 2014          3.280%                610,000          956,776          56,287          1,623,063
                 2015          3.280%                635,000          936,358          55,049          1,626,407
                 2016          3.280%                650,000          915,284          53,781          1,619,065
                 2017          3.280%                675,000          893,554          52,464          1,621,018
                 2018          3.280%                705,000          870,922          51,090          1,627,012
                 2019          3.280%                725,000          847,470          49,676          1,622,146
                 2020          3.280%                750,000          823,280          48,214          1,621,494
                 2021          3.280%                775,000          798,270          46,703          1,619,973
                 2022          3.280%                810,000          772,276          45,123          1,627,399
                 2023          3.280%                840,000          745,216          43,485          1,628,701
                 2024          3.280%                865,000          717,254          41,798          1,624,052
                 2025          3.280%                895,000          688,390          40,053          1,623,443
                 2026          3.280%                920,000          658,624          38,259          1,616,883
                 2027          3.280%                960,000          627,792          36,387          1,624,179
                 2028          3.280%                990,000          595,812          34,456          1,620,268
                 2029          3.280%              1,025,000          562,766          32,457          1,620,223
                 2030          3.280%              1,060,000          528,572          30,391          1,618,963
                 2031          3.280%              1,100,000          493,148          28,246          1,621,394
                 2032          3.280%              1,980,000          442,636          24,385          2,447,021
                 2033          3.280%              2,280,000          372,772          19,939          2,672,711
                 2034          3.280%              2,365,000          296,594          15,327          2,676,921
                 2035          3.280%              2,445,000          217,710          10,559          2,673,269
                 2036          3.280%              1,300,000          156,292           8,024          1,464,316
                 2037          3.280%              2,020,000          101,844           4,085          2,125,929
                 2038          3.280%              2,095,000           34,358             -            2,129,358

                                Total       $    31,730,000   $    19,072,216   $   1,102,929   $      51,905,145

*Interest and Remarketing fees are variable and subject to increase. The schedule presented shows the
anticipated market conditions for bond payments. In 2010, the total impact of the variable interest rate
on interest payments is expected to be $40,000 higher than indicated on the schedule. Remarketing Fees
do not factor into the revenues or expenditures for Sinking Funds.

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DEBT SERVICE                                        DEBT SERVICE


LONG-TERM DEBT SCHEDULES (Continued)

IV. BONDED INDEBTEDNESS
     Issue:                             2009 General Obligation Bond Issue
     Date:                              December 16, 2009
     Principal Amount:                  $ 7,010,000
     Interest Rate:                     See Coupon Rate Below
     Debt Service Source:               General Fund, Sanitary Sewer Fund
     Purpose:                           Refunding a portion of the 2003 General Obligation Bond Issue.


                                           2009 Bond Issue
                                          Total Debt Service
           Year of Maturity Rate Coupon    Principal         Interest    Annual Debt Service
                2010          2.000%    $      365,000 $         167,517 $         532,517
                2011          2.000%           590,000           174,095           764,095
                2012          2.000%           605,000           162,145           767,145
                2013          2.250%           620,000           149,120           769,120
                2014          2.500%           630,000           134,270           764,270
                2015          3.000%           650,000           116,645           766,645
                2016          2.600%           670,000            98,185           768,185
                2017          2.850%           685,000            79,714           764,714
                2018          3.000%           710,000            59,303           769,303
                2019          3.200%           730,000            36,973           766,973
                2020          3.350%           755,000            12,646           767,646

                                    Total      $      7,010,000   $     1,190,612    $        8,200,612




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                                   TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
                          CHARTER PROVISIONS CONCERNING ANNUAL BUDGET

                                                   ARTICLE IX
                                            BUDGET AND FISCAL AFFAIRS

C-901.           Fiscal year.

                 The fiscal year of the Township shall begin on the first day of January and end on the last day of
                 December of each year.

C-902.           Submission of budget and budget messages.

                 On or before the 1st day of November of each year, the Manger shall submit to the Board of
                 Commissioners a proposed budget for the ensuing fiscal year and an accompanying message.

C-903.           Budget message.

                 The Manager's accompanying budget message shall explain the budget both in fiscal terms and in
                 terms of programs. It shall outline the proposed financial policies of the Township for the ensuing
                 fiscal year; describe the important features of the budget; indicate any major changes from the
                 current year in financial policies, expenditures and revenues, together with the reasons for such
                 changes; summarize the Township's debt position; and include such other material as the Manager
                 deems desirable, or as the Board of Commissioners requests.

C-904.           Budget.

                 A. The budget shall provide a complete financial plan of all Township funds and activities for the
                 ensuing fiscal year and, except as required by this Charter, shall be in such form as the Manager
                 deems desirable or the Board of Commissioners may require. In organizing the budget, the
                 Manager shall utilize the most feasible combination of expenditure classification by fund,
                 organization, unit, program, purpose or activity, and object. The budget shall contain the following:

                          (1)      It shall begin with a general summary of its contents.

                          (2)      It shall show in detail all estimated income, indicating the existing and proposed tax
                                   levies, as well as other assessments, fees and charges.

                          (3)      It shall show all proposed expenditures, including debt service, for the ensuing fiscal
                                   year.

                          (4)      It shall show the number of proposed employees and the annual salary schedule in
                                   every job classification.




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C-904. (Cont’d)
                          (5)      It shall be so arranged as to show comparative figures for actual and estimated
                                   income, expenditures for the current fiscal year, and actual income and expenditures
                                   of the preceding fiscal year.

                          (6)      It shall indicate proposed expenditures during the ensuing fiscal year-detailed by
                                   offices, departments and agencies, in terms of their respective work programs, and
                                   the methods of financing such expenditures.

                          (7)      It shall indicate proposed capital expenditures during the ensuing fiscal year-detailed
                                   by offices, departments and agencies when practicable, and the proposed method of
                                   financing each such capital expenditure.

                 B. The total of proposed expenditures shall not exceed the total of estimated income.

C-905.           Public record.

                 The annual budget shall be a public record and shall be available for public inspection during
                 regular business hours after submission prior to public hearing, prior to adoption and after adoption.

C-906.           Adoption of Budget.

                 A. Notice of hearing. The Board of Commissioners shall publish in one (1) or more newspapers of
                 general circulation in the Township the general summary of the budget and a notice stating:

                          (1)      The times and places where copies of the message and budget are available for
                                   inspection by the public, and

                          (2)      The time and place, not less than two (2) weeks after such publication, for a public
                                   hearing on the budget.

                 B. Amendment before adoption. After the public hearing, the Board of Commissioners may adopt
                 the budget with or without amendment. In amending the budget, it may add or increase programs or
                 amounts and may delete or decrease any programs or amounts, except expenditures required by law
                 or for debt service or for estimated cash deficit; but no amendment to the budget shall increase the
                 authorized expenditures to an amount greater than the total of estimated income.

                 C. Adoption. The Board of Commissioners shall adopt the budget on or before the last day of the
                 last month of the fiscal year currently ending. If it fails to adopt the budget by this date, the amounts
                 appropriated for current operation of the current fiscal year shall be deemed adopted for the ensuing
                 fiscal year on a month-to-month basis, with all items in it prorated accordingly, until such time as
                 the Board of Commissioners adopts a budget for the ensuing fiscal year.




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C-907.           Amendment of Budget.

                 A. Supplemental appropriations. If during the fiscal year there are available for appropriation
                 revenues in excess of those estimated in the budget, the Board of Commissioners by ordinance may
                 make supplemental appropriations for the year up to the amount of such excess.

                 B. Emergency appropriations. To meet a public emergency affecting life, health, property or the
                 public peace, the Board of Commissioners may make emergency appropriations. Such
                 appropriations must be made by emergency ordinance by an affirmative vote of at least five (5)
                 members. To the extent that there are no available unappropriated revenues to meet such
                 appropriations, the Board of Commissioners may by such emergency ordinance authorize the
                 issuance of emergency notes, which may be renewed from time to time; but the emergency notes
                 and renewals of any fiscal year next succeeding that in which the emergency appropriation was
                 made.

                 C. Reduction of appropriations. If at any time during the fiscal year it appears probable to the
                 Manager that the revenues available will be insufficient to meet the amount appropriated, he shall
                 report to the Board of Commissioners without delay, indicate the estimated amount of the deficit,
                 any remedial action taken by him and his recommendations as to any other steps to be taken. The
                 Board of Commissioners shall then take such further action as it deems necessary to prevent or
                 minimize any deficit and for that purpose it may be ordinance reduce one (1) or more
                 appropriations.

                 D. Transfer of appropriations. At any time during the fiscal year, the Manager may transfer part or
                 all of any unencumbered appropriation balance among programs within a department, office or
                 agency; and, upon written request by the Manager, the Board of Commissioners may by ordinance
                 transfer part or all of any unencumbered appropriation balance from one department, office or
                 agency to another.

                 E. Limitations; effective date. No appropriation for debt service may be reduced or transferred, and
                 no appropriation may be reduced below any amount required by law to be appropriated or by more
                 than the amount of the unencumbered balance thereof. The supplemental and emergency
                 appropriations and reduction or transfer of appropriations authorized by this section may be made
                 effective immediately upon adoption.

C-908.           Appropriations and levy.

                 Adoption of the budget and amendments shall constitute appropriations for the expenditures set
                 forth therein, and shall constitute a levy of any property tax therein proposed.




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FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND BUDGETARY POLICIES OVERVIEW

The Township of Upper St. Clair has an important responsibility to its citizens to carefully account for public funds,
to manage municipal finances wisely, and to plan the adequate funding of services, including the provision and
maintenance of public facilities. Financial management and budgetary policies are adopted for the purpose of
providing sound principles in planning the Township's current and future needs. Adherence to these policies have
given assurance to the long-term stability and strong financial position of the Township.

The financial goals of the Township of Upper St. Clair are broad, fairly timeless statements of the financial position
it seeks to attain. These goals are stated as follows:

    •   To preserve the quality of life in Upper St. Clair through the proper financial management of its resources
        and to fund a sufficient level of municipal services required for the maintenance of the Township's
        infrastructure.

    •   To have the ability to withstand local and regional economic shocks, to adjust to changes in the service
        requirements of our community, and to respond to changes in Federal, State and County priorities and
        funding as they affect the Township's residents.

    •   To maintain a good credit rating in the financial community to assure the Township's taxpayers that
        Township government is well managed and financially sound.

These financial and budgeting policies that follow are proposed to meet these goals.


OPERATING BUDGET POLICIES

        1. The Township will pay for all current expenditures with current revenues and fund balance. The
           Township will avoid budgetary procedures that balance current expenditures at the expense of future
           years, such as postponing expenditures, underestimating expenditures, overestimating revenues, or
           utilizing short-term borrowing to balance the budget.

        2. The budget will provide for adequate maintenance and repair of capital assets and for their orderly
           replacement.

        3. The budget will provide for adequate funding of all retirement plans and other employee benefits.

        4. The Township will maintain a budgetary control system, to help it adhere to the budget.

        5. The Township administration will prepare monthly reports of revenues and expenditures for the Board
           of Commissioners and Township Department Heads.

        6. The Township will update expenditure projections for each fiscal year. Projections will include
           estimated operating costs of future capital improvements.



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OPERATING BUDGET POLICIES (Continued)

        7. Where possible, the Township will integrate performance measurements, service level, and productivity
           indicators within the budget.

        8. The Enterprise Fund (sanitary sewer) and Recreation programs in the General Fund are to be self-
           supporting.

        9. The Township will seek state and federal funds that are available for operating and capital projects.

        10. The Township will encourage the delivery of services, in whole or in part, by other public and private
            organizations whenever and wherever greater efficiency and effectiveness can be expected.

        11. The Township will utilize technology and productivity advancements that will help reduce or avoid
            increasing personnel costs.

        12. The Township will maintain an effective risk management program to minimize losses and reduce
            insurance costs.

        13. The Township will seek arrangements to share services with other municipalities where cost reductions
            can be achieved and where the quality of service will not be endangered.

REVENUE POLICIES

        1. The Township will strive to maintain a diversified and stable revenue base as protection from short-term
           fluctuations in any one revenue service.

        2. The Township will strive to maintain the annual rate of property tax collections at 98%.

        3. The Township will strive to reduce its reliance on intergovernmental revenue sources for operating
           purposes.

        4. The Enterprise Funds will generate revenue sufficient to support the full direct and indirect costs of
           these funds.

        5. The Township will establish all user charges and fees at a level related to full cost (operating, direct,
           indirect and capital) of providing the service.

        6. The Township will consider market rates and charges levied by other public and private organizations
           for similar services in establishing tax rates, fees and charges.




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CASH MANAGEMENT INVESTMENT POLICIES

        1. The Township will deposit its moneys only in bank or trust companies located and authorized to do
           business in Pennsylvania; and authorized as an official Township depository by the Board of
           Commissioners.

        2. The Township will invest its moneys only in accordance with the Township's Investment Policy
           adopted by the Board of Commissioners.

        3. The Township administration will analyze the cash flow of all funds on a regular basis. Disbursements,
           collections, deposits and investments will be managed to ensure maximum cash availability.

        4. The Township will pool cast from its various funds to obtain the maximum possible return on its
           investments. Interest will be credited to the source of the invested moneys.

        5. The accounting system will provide regular information concerning cash positions and investment
           performance.

        6. The Township will collect revenues aggressively, including past due bills of any type.


DEBT MANAGEMENT POLICIES

        1. The Township will use long-term debt for only those capital improvements that cannot be readily
           financed from current revenues.

        2. The final maturity date for any long-term debt will not exceed the expected useful life of the capital
           improvement so financed.

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

        4. The Township will not issue notes to finance operating deficits.

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM POLICIES

        1. The Township will prepare a five-year capital improvements program each year.

        2. The Township will base all capital improvements on the Township's long-term needs in order to
           minimize future maintenance and replacement cost.

        3. The Township will coordinate the development of the capital improvement program with the annual
           operating budget in order to maintain a reasonably stable total tax levy.




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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM POLICIES (Continued)

        4. The Township will estimate and consider future maintenance needs for all new equipment and capital
           facilities prior to deciding to proceed with the project.

        5. The Township will identify the funding source for each capital improvement prior to deciding to
           proceed with the project. Intergovernmental and private sources will be sought out and used as
           available to assist in financing capital improvements.

        6. The Township will provide for the adequate maintenance of capital assets and equipment in the annual
           budget.

PURCHASING POLICIES

        1. Purchases will be made in accordance with all federal, state, and municipal requirements. If there are
           no specific requirements, purchases will be made in the best interest of the Township.

        2. Purchases will be made in an impartial, economical, competitive, and efficient manner.

        3. Purchases will be made from the lowest priced and most responsible vendor. Qualitative factors such as
           vendor reputation and financial condition will be considered, as well as price.

RESERVE POLICIES

        1. The Township will maintain an adequate fund balance to accommodate unanticipated expenditures,
           expenditures of a non-recurring nature, or unanticipated revenue declines.

        2. The Township will strive to maintain the unreserved, undesignated fund balance of the General Fund at
           a level at least equal to 8% of the total General Fund Budget.


ACCOUNTING, AUDITING AND FINANCIAL REPORTING POLICIES

        1. An independent audit will be performed annually.

        2. The Township will produce annual financial reports in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting
           Principles (GAAP) as outlined by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB).




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ACCOUNTING                                  TOWNSHIP OF UPPER ST. CLAIR
POLICIES                                        ANNUAL BUDGET


ACCOUNTING MEASUREMENT

Governmental fund budgets are reported using the current financial resources measurement focus and the modified
accrual basis of accounting. Revenues are recognized as soon as they are both measurable and available.
Revenues are considered to be available when they are collectible within the current period or soon enough
thereafter to pay liabilities of the current period. For this purpose, the Township considers revenues to be available
if they are collected within 60 days of the end of the current fiscal period. Property taxes, franchise taxes, licenses,
and interest associated with the current fiscal period are all considered to be susceptible to accrual and so have been
recognized as revenues of the current fiscal period. All other revenue items are considered to be measurable and
available only when cash is received by the Township.

Expenditures generally are recorded when a liability is incurred, as under the accrual accounting. However, debt
service expenditures, as well as expenditures related to compensated absences and claims and judgments, are
recorded only when payment is due.

The Township creates budgets for the following Governmental Funds:

        General Fund
        This is the operating fund of the Township. It accounts for all financial resources except those required to
        be accounted for in another fund.

        State Liquid Fuels Tax Fund
        State law requires a separate fund for the accounting of Liquid Fuels Tax monies. Revenues for this fund
        are derived from the State gasoline tax. This fund provides additional resources to finance the annual street
        program.

        Storm Sewer Improvement Fund
        This fund is used to account for storm sewer improvement fees paid by developers and monies expended
        for storm water management projects. This fund is required by local ordinance.

        Field Improvement Fund
        This fund is used to account for the user fees and donations from the Upper St. Clair Athletic Association
        and the Township appropriations made for the renovation of existing ball fields and building of new ones.

        Library Regional Asset District (RAD) Fund
        This fund is used to account for all revenues received from the Regional Asset District that have been
        allocated to the Township to maintain and improve the Municipal Library.

        Boyce Mayview Park RAD Fund
        This fund is used to account for all revenues received from the Regional Asset District that have been
        allocated to the Township to maintain and improve Boyce Mayview Regional Park.

        Capital Projects Fund
        This fund accounts for costs of capital assets acquired for use in the Township for general government,
        public safety, public works, or parks and recreation purposes.


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POLICIES                                        ANNUAL BUDGET


The Township creates budgets for the following Proprietary Funds:

    ENTERPRISE FUNDS

        Sanitary Sewer Fund
        This fund accounts for costs associated with providing sewage treatment and disposal service to all parts of
        the Township. This fund was established in 1985 by ordinance so that user fees could primarily fund the
        costs associated with regular system maintenance and Corrective Action Plan projects which were being
        instituted.

        Township/School District Magazine Fund
        This enterprise fund is used to account for all revenues and expenditures associated with operation of the
        Township's Magazine publication. The magazine is published four times a year, and the revenues
        generated from advertising fees cover all costs of publication.

        Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center Fund
        This fund is used to account for all revenues and expenditures for the operation of the Township’s
        Community & Recreation Center (C&RC) located in Boyce Mayview Regional Park. Debt service
        payments for the construction of the C&RC are accounted for in this fund.

Private-sector standards of accounting and financial reporting issued prior to December 1, 1989, generally are
followed in proprietary fund financial statements to the extent that those standards do not conflict with or contradict
guidance of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. Governments also have the option of following
subsequent private-sector guidance for their business-type activities and enterprise funds, subject to this same
limitation. The Township has elected not to follow subsequent private-sector guidance.

Proprietary funds distinguish operating revenues and expenses from non-operating items. Operating revenues and
expenses generally result from providing services and producing and delivering goods in connection with a
proprietary fund’s principal ongoing operations. The principal operating revenues of the Township’s enterprise
funds are sewer usage charges, advertisement fees and membership fees. Operating expenses for the enterprise
funds include cost of services, administrative expenses, and depreciation on capital assets. All revenue and
expenses not meeting this definition are reported as non-operating revenues and expenses. Transfers are recognized
in the accounting period in which the interfund receivable and payable arise.

The basis of accounting defined for budgetary purposes in the aforementioned governmental and proprietary fund
sections is also the same basis of accounting used in the Township’s audited financial statements.




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ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS

In developing and evaluating the Township's accounting system, consideration is given to the adequacy of internal
accounting controls. Internal accounting controls are designed to provide reasonable, but not absolute, assurance
regarding: (1) the safeguarding of assets against loss from unauthorized use of or disposition, and (2) the reliability
of financial records for preparing financial statements and maintaining accountability of assets. The concept of
reasonable assurance recognizes that (1) the cost of controls should not exceed the benefits likely to be derived, and
(2) the evaluation of costs and benefits requires estimates and judgments by management.

All internal control evaluations occur within the above framework. The auditors believe that the Township's
internal accounting controls adequately safeguard assets and provide reasonable assurance of the proper recording
of financial transactions. Key controls are evaluated continually.

BUDGETARY CONTROL

An operating budget is legally adopted each year for the General Fund, State Liquid Fuels Tax Fund, Storm Sewer
Improvement Fund, Field Improvement Fund, Library Regional Asset District Fund and Boyce Mayview Park
Regional Asset District Fund (Special Revenue Funds), Debt Service Funds for the General Obligation Bonds of
2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, the Capital Projects Fund (Capital Projects Funds), the Sanitary Sewer Fund, the
Township/School District Magazine Fund and the Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center Fund
(Enterprise Funds) on a basis consistent with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of
America (GAAP). No budgets were legally adopted for the Pension Trust Funds, the Library Endowment Fund,
MATUSC (Special Revenue Funds) or the Capital Projects Fund 2007 and 2008 (Capital Projects Funds).

Adoption of the budget by the Board of Commissioners constitutes approximations of the expenditures for the
fiscal year and the budget is employed as a management control device during the year. Within the General Fund
accounts, the Township manager is authorized to transfer budgeted amounts between operating departments
provided that such transfers do not alter total expenditures approved by the Board of Commissioners. Therefore, in
the General Fund, as in all other funds that have legally adopted budgets, the measurement level of control over
expenditures is the surplus or deficit of the funds as a whole. Operating departments are charged with the
maintenance of the budget for the department as a whole; however, operating departments may exceed the
appropriation with the approval of the Township Manager. Any excess appropriations at the end of the fiscal year
are not carried forward; but instead, lapse.

Budgetary control is maintained through a monthly line item review by disseminating monthly financial reports to
all departments. Monthly reports are prepared for each department reflecting current and accumulated expenditures
as well as the percent of budget expenditures compared to percent of current year.




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STAFF LEVEL                                       APPENDIX A
CHANGES                                     PERSONNEL INFORMATION


STAFF LEVEL CHANGES – FULL TIME PERSONNEL

                                               2009                2010
Department                                  Staff Level         Staff Level     Increase/(Decrease)
Administration                                   6                   6                   0
Explanation: No staff level changes expected in 2010.

Finance                                          3                  3                    0
Explanation: No staff level changes expected in 2010.

Information Technology                           4                  4                    0
Explanation: No staff level changes expected in 2010.

Police                                          35                 35                    0
Explanation: No staff level changes expected in 2010.

Community Development                            6                  6                    0
Explanation: No staff level changes expected in 2010.

Public Works - Administration                    9                 9                     0
Public Works - Laborers                         24                 24                    0
Explanation: No staff level changes expected in 2010.

Recreation                                     14                15                      1
Explanation: In 2010, the Boyce Mayview Community & Recreation Center has budgeted for one (1)
additional full-time employee, a Maintenance Custodian.

Library                                          9                  9                    0
Explanation: No staff level changes expected in 2010.

STAFF LEVEL CHANGES – PART-TIME REGULAR PERSONNEL

Administration                                   1                  1                    0
Community Development                            1                  1                    0
Public Works - Summer Laborers                  17                  17                   0
Recreation                                      231                231                   0
Library                                         29                  29                   0
Explanation: No staff level changes expected in 2010.




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SCHEDULE                                    PERSONNEL INFORMATION


FULL-TIME POSITIONS

                                                     2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

                                                 MANAGEMENT
       Township Manager                               1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Assistant Township Manager/Director of
       Administration                                 1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Chief of Police                                1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Director of Finance                            1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Director of Public Works                       1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Director of Planning and Community
       Development                                    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    1      1     1
       Director of Information Technology             1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Director of the Library                        1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1

       Director of Recreation and Leisure Services    1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Deputy Director of Public Works                1    1    1    1    1    0    0    0      0     0
       Director of Community Dev./Assistant
       Twp. Mgr.                                      1    1    1    1    1    1    1    0      0     0
                                                ADMINISTRATION
       Executive Assistant - Office of the
       Township Manager                               1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Administrative Assistant                       2    2    2    2    2    2    2    2      2     2
       Office Assistant                               1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Employee Benefit Specialist                    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    1      0     0
                                                     FINANCE
       Budget and Finance Accountant                  0    0    0    0    0    0    1    1      1     1
       Payroll and Finance Accountant                 1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Finance Assistant                              0    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      0     0
                                            INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
       Database Administrator                         0    0    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Network Administrator                          0    0    0    0    0    1    1    1      1     1
       Support Technician I                           0    0    0    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
                                                      POLICE
       Deputy Chief of Police                        1    1     1    1    1    1    1     1     1    1
       Uniformed Police Officer                      25   26    25   26   26   26   26   25     26   26
       Police Dispatcher                             4    4     4    4    4    4    4    4      4    4
       Technical Services Coordinator                1    1     1    1    1    1    1    1      1    1
       Records Coordinator                           1    1     1    1    1    1    1    1      1    1
       Confidential Secretary to the Chief of
       Police                                         1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1

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FULL-TIME POSITIONS (Continued)

                                                    2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

                                            COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
       Planning & Zoning Administrator               1    1    1    1    1    1    1    0      0     0
       Chief Inspector                               1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Code Enforcement Officer                      0    0    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Secretary - Director of Community
       Development                                   1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Departmental Secretary                        1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      2     2
                                        PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION
       Superintendent of Operations                  1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Superintendent of Projects                    1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Superintendent of Public Improvements         0    0    0    0    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Superintendent of Parks/Buildings/Forester    1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Improvements Inspector/Technician             1    1    1    1    2    2    2    1      1     1
       Department Coordinator                        0    0    0    0    0    0    1    1      1     1
       Confidential Secretary to the Director of
       Public Works                                  1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Public Works Clerk                            1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Public Improvements Inspector                 1    1    1    1    0    0    0    0      0     0
                                            PUBLIC WORKS LABORERS
       Laborer                                      18   20    20   19   18   19   20   20     20   20
       Mechanic                                     1    1     1    1    1    1    1    1      2    2
       Working Foremen                              3    3     3    3    3    3    3    3      1    1
       Heavy Equipment Operator                     1    1     1    1    0    0    0    0      1    1
                                                 RECREATION
       Assistant Director of Recreation and
       Leisure Services                              0    0    0    0    0    0    0    1      1     1
       C&RC Membership & Marketing
       Coordinator                                   0    0    0    0    0    0    0    1      1     1
       C&RC Aquatics Supervisor                      0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0      1     1
       C&RC Building Maintenance Supervisor          0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0      1     1
       C&RC Fitness Supervisor                       0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0      1     1
       C&RC Guest Relations Coordinator              0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0      1     1
       C&RC Assistant Aquatics Supervisor            0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0      1     1
       C&RC Membership Specialist                    0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0      1     1
       C&RC Personal Trainer                         0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0      2     2
       C&RC Building Custodian (Attendant)           0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0      1     1
       C&RC Maintenance Custodian (Attendant)        0    0    0    0    0    0    0    0      0     1
       Community Program Coordinator                 0    0    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
       Office Secretary                              1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1      1     1
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SCHEDULE                                      PERSONNEL INFORMATION


FULL-TIME POSITIONS (Continued)

                                                     2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

                                                      LIBRARY
       Head of Youth Services                          1       1        1        1         1        1       1     1      1     1
       Youth Services Librarian                        1       1        1        1         1        1       1     1      1     1
       Head of Technical Services                      1       1        1        1         1        1       1     1      1     1
       Circulation Coordinator                         1       1        1        1         1        1       1     1      1     1
       Youth Services Library Specialist               0       0        0        0         0        0       0     1      1     1
       Technical Services Assistant                    1       1        1        1         1        1       1     1      1     1
       Secretary to the Director of the Library        1       1        1        1         1        1       1     1      1     1
       Reference Librarian                             0       0        0        0         0        0       0     0      1     1
       Acquisition Coordinator                         1       1        1        1         1        1       1     0      0     0

       Total Full-Time Positions                      90    94         96        97        96       97      100 100 110 111

PART-TIME POSITIONS

                                                     2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

                                                   ADMINISTRATION
              Department Secretary                    0    1       1        0         0         1       1    1    1      1
                                              COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
              Fire Marshal                            1    1       1        1         1         1       1    1    1      1
              Department Secretary                    1    1       1        1         1         1       1    0    0      0
              Inspector                               1    1       1        1         0         0       0    0    0      0
                                            PUBLIC WORKS SUMMER LABORERS
              Part-Time Seasonal                     N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A                              17    17
                                                    RECREATION
              C&RC Aquatics Part-Time Staff        0  0   0   0   0   0   0   0                                   58    58
              C&RC Fitness Part-Time Staff         0  0   0   0   0   0   0   0                                    6     6
              C&RC Guest Relations Part-Time Staff 0  0   0   0   0   0   0   0                                   18    18
              C&RC Membership Part-Time Staff      0  0   0   0   0   0   0   0                                    3     3
              C&RC Summer Seasonal Staff           0  0   0   0   0   0   0   0                                   49    49
              Community Programs Part-Time Staff N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A                                  96    96
              Older Adult Coordinator              1  1   1   1   1   1   1   1                                    1     1
                                                      LIBRARY
              Acquisition Coordinator                0      0       0        0         0        0     0       1    1     1
              Reference Librarians                   7      7       7        7         5        5     5       9    7     7
              Library Assistants                     15    15      15       15        19       19    19      12   10    10
              Library Pages                           9     9       9        9         6        6     6      10    8     8
              Library Specialists                     0     0       0        0         0        0     0       5    3     3

              Total Part-Time Personnel              35    36      36       35        33       34    34      40   279 279
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WAGE SCALE                                   PERSONNEL INFORMATION



                                                                                      Pay
         Department                                     Position                     Grade Minimum Maximum
  Administration             Township Manager                                         1    113,405   158,765

  Administration             Assistant Township Manager/Director of Administration    2    92,955    130,135
  Police                     Chief of Police

  Finance                    Director of Finance                                      3    76,190    106,670
  Police                     Deputy Chief of Police
  Public Works               Director of Public Works

  Community Development      Director of Planning and Community Development           4    62,455     87,435
  Information Technology     Director of Information Technology
  Library                    Director of the Library
  Public Works               Superintendent of Parks/Buildings/Forester
  Public Works               Superintendent of Public Improvements
  Public Works               Superintendent of Operations
  Public Works               Superintendent of Projects
  Recreation                 Director of Recreation and Leisure Services

  Police                     Technical Services Coordinator                           5    51,190     71,665
  Recreation                 Assistant Director of Recreation and Leisure Services

  Administration             Executive Assistant - Office of the Township Manager     6    41,960     58,745
  Community Development      Chief Inspector
  Community Development      Planning & Zoning Administrator
  Library                    Head of Youth Services
  Public Works               Improvements Inspector/Technician
  Recreation                 C&RC Membership & Marketing Coordinator

  Administration             Administrative Assistant                                 7    34,395     48,150
  Community Development      Code Enforcement Officer
  Community Development      Fire Marshal
  Finance                    Budget and Finance Accountant
  Information Technology     Database Administrator
  Library                    Head of Technical Services
  Library                    Youth Services Librarian
  Recreation                 C&RC Aquatics Supervisor
  Recreation                 C&RC Building Maintenance Supervisor
  Recreation                 C&RC Fitness Supervisor
  Recreation                 C&RC Guest Relations Coordinator
  Recreation                 Community Program Coordinator




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WAGE SCALE                                   PERSONNEL INFORMATION



                                                                                       Pay
         Department                                     Position                      Grade Minimum Maximum
  Administration             Employee Benefit Specialist                               8    22,930    40,125
  Administration             Office Assistant
  Community Development      Departmental Secretary
  Finance                    Payroll and Finance Accountant
  Information Technology     Network Administrator
  Information Technology     Support Technician I
  Library                    Secretary to the Director of the Library
  Library                    Circulation Coordinator
  Library                    Technical Services Assistant
  Library                    Reference Librarian
  Library                    Youth Services Library Specialist
  Police                     Confidential Secretary to the Chief of Police
  Police                     Records Coordinator
  Public Works               Confidential Secretary to the Director of Public Works
  Public Works               Department Coordinator
  Recreation                 C&RC Assistant Aquatics Supervisor
  Recreation                 C&RC Membership Specialist
  Recreation                 C&RC Personal Trainer
  Recreation                 Office Secretary




                                     Public Works - Local 205 Union Contract
                                                2010 Wage/Salary Scale
                              I.    Master Mechanic                    $26.53/hr
                              II.   Mechanic                           $25.53/hr
                              III. Heavy Equip. Operator               $25.53/hr
                              IV. Foreman                              $25.53/hr
                              V. Laborer III (after 36 mos.)           $23.73/hr
                                    Laborer II (13-36 months)          $21.53/hr
                                    Laborer I (0-12 months)            $19.29/hr
                              VI. Semi-Skilled Laborer III             $17.24/hr
                                    Semi-Skilled Laborer II            $15.85/hr
                                    Semi-Skilled Laborer I             $14.58/hr
                                    Semi-Skilled Laborer Probationary  $11.09/hr
                              VII. C&RC Attendant                      $16.30/hr
                              VIII. Secretary                          $21.90/hr




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WAGE SCALE                                  PERSONNEL INFORMATION



                                           Police Union Contract
                                           2010 Wage/Salary Scale
                                Officer 1                   $23.05/hr
                                Officer 2                   $24.96/hr
                                Officer 3                   $27.27/hr
                                Officer 4                   $31.95/hr
                                Officer 5                   $34.28/hr
                                Officer 6                   $36.58/hr
                                Sergeant                    $40.24/hr
                                Lieutenant                  $44.26/hr
                                Dispatchers*            $16.24 - $20.31/hr




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                                                APPENDIX B
PUBLIC WORKS                         VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES


PUBLIC WORKS VEHICLES

                                                                   Mileage                        Anticipated
                                                                  (as of 10- Age in               Replacement
                 Asset Tag       Year       Make    Model          1-2009) Years      Condition      Year


         Staff Vehicles
          1     2001 060         2001   Chevy      Pick-Up         44,847      9        Fair         2011
          2     2005 040         2005   Chevy      Pick-Up         65,692      5       Good          2012
          3     2006 052         2006   Chevy      Pick-Up         60,759      4       Good          2011
          4     2007 042         2007   Chevy Silverado Pick-up    23,171      3      Excellent      2013
          5     2009 029         2009   Chevy Colorado Pick-Up     1,343       1      Excellent      2016
          6     2009 030         2009    Ford    Escape 4 x4       1,520       1      Excellent      2016

         Utility Trucks
          1      2000 018        2000       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       37,392     10        Fair         DNR
          2      2001 056        2001       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       27,035     9        Good          2011
          3      2001 057        2001       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       58,403     9        Good          2011
          4      2006 049        2006       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility        9,286     4       Excellent      2016
          5      2006 050        2006       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       14,538     4        Good          2013
          6      2005 041        2006       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       20,138     4        Good          2013
          7      2003 066        2003       Ford
                                             Pick-Up Utility       26,731     7        Good          2012
          8      2003 063        2003       Ford F-550             29,006     7        Good          2010
          9      2003 061        2003       Ford F-550             28,213     7        Good          2010
         10      2007 052        2008       Ford F-550             13,345     2       Excellent      2014
         11      2007 053        2008       Ford F-550             11,079     2       Excellent      2014
         12      2007 055        2008       Ford F-550              6,923     2       Excellent      2015
         13      2006 051        2007       Ford F-550             13,028     3        Good          2014
         14      2003 062        2003       Ford F-550             25,689     7        Good          2011
         15      2008 067        2008       Ford F-550              7,430     2       Excellent      2015
                                            Mechanics Service
         16      2008 066        2008 Dodge     Vehicle             4,055      2      Excellent      2018
         17      2002 061        2002 Ford    Bucket Truck         5,269       8      Excellent      2015
         18      2005 039        2006 Ford Econoline 350 Van       11,750      4       Good          2016




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                                                APPENDIX B
PUBLIC WORKS                         VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES


PUBLIC WORKS VEHICLES (Continued)

                                                                      Mileage                        Anticipated
                                                                     (as of 10- Age in               Replacement
                 Asset Tag        Year      Make       Model          1-2009) Years      Condition      Year


         Dump Trucks
         1    2003 065            2004      Int’l      Dump            8,072      6       Good          2013
         2    2000 021            2001      Int’l      Dump           15,265      9       Good          2011
         3    2000 022            2001      Int’l      Dump           15,847      9       Good          2011
         4    2000 019            2001      Int’l      Dump           16,207      9        Poor         2010
         5    2001 059            2002      Int’l      Dump           12,418      8       Good          2012
         6    2002 060            2002      Int’l      Dump           11,749      8       Good          2012
         7    2004 047            2005      Int’l      Dump           8,432       5       Good          2015
         8    2007 054            2008      Int’l      Dump           3,629       2      Excellent      2017
          9   2009 048            2010      Int’l      Dump              10       0        New          2020

         Other Vehicles
         1     2008 029           2008 CAT             Backhoe          N/A      2       Excellent      2018
         2     2002 063           2002 CAT             Backhoe         4,067     8         Fair         2012
         3     1995 001           1995 CAT              Loader         8,491     15        Fair         DNR
         4     2003 005           2003 CAT          Wheel Loader       5,355     7        Good          2013
         5     2003 060           2003 Int’l          Sewer Jet        2,208     7        Good          2014
         6     2001 007           2001 Massey        Flail Mower        N/A      9         Fair         2010
         7     2002 062           2003 Sterling        Sweeper        22,158     7        Good          2013
         8     2005 200           2005 Toro         580-D Mower        3,168     5         Fair         2011

PUBLIC WORKS EQUIPMENT

                                                                                                     Anticipated
                                                                               Age in                Replacement
                  VIN Number             Year           Equipment              Years     Condition      Year
         1    112H8V3277LO73142          2007 20 Ton Trailer                     3       Excellent    As Needed
         2       Not Applicable          2001 3 M Sign Machine                   9        Good          2011
                                              Aeroway 8' Quickaway Tire
         3       Not Applicable          1993 Angle Aerator                     17         Good         DNR
         4    1ZFUF0819NB001827          1992 Asphalt Trailer                   18         Fair         DNR
         5       Not Applicable          1993 Asphalt Wacker                    17         Fair       As Needed
         6       Not Applicable          1986 Asphalt Wacker Heinreich          24         Poor         DNR
         7       Not Applicable          1962 Back-Up Sewer Machine             48         Good         DNR
         8           6781                1993 Bandit Chipper                    17         Good         2018
                                              Bannerman Diamond Master
         9          28-1491              2009 Groomer                            1       Excellent      2019
         10      Not Applicable          1999 Bannerman Infield Ren             11         Poor         DNR


Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                      450                                     2010 Adopted Budget
                                                APPENDIX B
PUBLIC WORKS                         VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES


PUBLIC WORKS EQUIPMENT (Continued)

                                                                                                     Anticipated
                                                                                Age in               Replacement
                 VIN Number            Year           Equipment                 Years    Condition      Year
         11      Not Applicable        1993 Bannerman Turf Topper                17        Good         2013
                                            Bermeme FB-60S Gas Driving
         12      Not Applicable        2001 Hammer                                9        Fair         2011
         13          15355             1997 Chicago Pneumatic Air Comp.          13       Good          2013
         14     EG0932-040552          2009 Club Car Utility Vehicle              1      Excellent      2014
         15   473A51215L1110643        1990 Cronkite Trailer                     20        Fair         DNR
         16   431FS101981000714        2008 Cross Country Roller Trailer         2       Excellent    As Needed
         17          36590             2001 Esab Plasma Cutter                    9      Excellent      2011

         18 UV26715/Modl AV413P        1994   Ford 2120 (LCG Tractor)            16        Fair         DNR
         19      12D-GX160             2008   Gorman-Rupp Water 1 Pump 2"         2      Excellent    As Needed
         20     13A52-GX390            2008   Groman-Rupp Water 1 Pump 3"         2      Excellent    As Needed
         21 1ZFUF2015NB002058          1992   Groundsmaster Trailer              18        Fair         DNR
         22 1H9X151019C122006          2009   Harben Sewer Jet                    1      Excellent      2024
         23       27231284             2008   Hoffman 1625EM Tire Changer         2       Good          2018
         24      G84BB012              2008   Hoffman 2400 Tire Balancer          2       Good          2018

         25   Not Applicable           2002   Hotsy Gas-Fired Pressure Washer    8         Good       As Needed
         26  W004X2X080512             2002   John Deere 4x2 Gator                8        Fair         DNR
         27   Not Applicable           2000   Jumping Jack Tamper                10        Good         2010
         28       36739                2005   Kubota Tractor                      5        Good         2015
         29 KRTV900A61068850           2007   Kubota RTV Utility #1               3        Good         2013
         30 KRTV900A61068851           2007   Kubota RTV Utility #2               3        Good         2013
                                              Kubota RTV900 Utility Vehicle
         31           89681            2008   #3                                  2        Good         2014
                                              Kubota RTV900 Utility Vehicle
         32           89684            2008   #4                                  2        Good         2014
                                              Leaf Blower Attachment for
         33      Not Applicable        2002   Groundsmaster                       8        Good         2012
                                              Leaf Blower Attachment for
         34    Not Applicable          2002   Groundsmaster                      8         Good         2012
         35   23201110025018           2004   Lely Broadcast Spreader             6        Good         2014
         36      10930160              2002   Line Painter                        8        Good         DNR
         37 1ZFUF1018SB002433          1992   Line Painting Trailer              18        Good       As Needed
         38       903769               2001   Miller MIG Welder                   9        Good         2011
         39    Not Applicable          2005   Multiguip plate compactor          5         Good       As Needed
         40    Not Applicable          1996   National Triplex Mower             14        Fair       As Needed
         41       04831-1              2000   New Holland Tractor                10        Good         2011

         42 5HLET08107FO72491          2007   Pavement Cutting Trailer           3       Excellent    As Needed
         43       30980                2009   Pro Tech Sno Pusher                 1      Excellent      2014
         44   Not Applicable           1972   Ryan Renothin                      38        F/P          DNR
         45   Not Applicable           1972   Ryan Turf Aerator                  38        Poor       As Needed

Township of Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania                      451                                     2010 Adopted Budget
                                                APPENDIX B
PUBLIC WORKS                         VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES


PUBLIC WORKS EQUIPMENT (Continued)

                                                                                                Anticipated
                                                                          Age in                Replacement
                 VIN Number            Year             Equipment         Years    Condition       Year
         46      Serial No. 110        2003   Ryan Turf Aerator             7        Good          2013
         47        SE1823E             2004   Seeda-Vator                   6        Good          2014
         48        VS03535             2002   Sewer Machine                 8        Good          DNR
         49      Not Applicable        1983   Smithco Sprayer 100 Gal      27        Fair          DNR
         50          97251             2001   Swenson tailgate conveyor     9        Good        As Needed
         51        21302982            2005   Takeuchi Loader               5        Good          2015
         52   1ZFCF1422TB004687        1996   Takeuchi Trailer             14        Good        As Needed

         53 5HLUT122X8FO81901 2008 Top Brand 6x12 Trailer (Tom's)           2       Excellent    As Needed
         54      250000221    2005 Toro 3100D Reelmower                     5        Good          2012
         55      270000482    2007 Toro 3500D Sidewinder                    3       Excellent      2012
         56     S270000176    2008 Toro Debris Blower 600                   2       Excellent    As Needed
         57      260000507    2007 Toro Field Line Painter 1200             3       Excellent    As Needed
         58   04021-230001808 2004 Toro Greenmaster Flex 21                 6        Good        As Needed
         59    Not Applicable 1994 Toro Greensmaster                       16        Good        As Needed
         60    Not Applicable 1996 Toro Greensmaster                       14        Good        As Needed
         61      200000519    2002 Toro Greensmaster                       8         Good          2012
         62     2600003001    2007 Toro Greensmaster 1600                  3        Excellent      2012
         63      230000128    2008 Toro Greensmaster 500                    2       Excellent    As Needed
         64      250000260    2006 Toro Groundsmaster                       4        Good          2012
         65      270000118    2007 Toro Groundsmaster 328                  3        Excellent      2013
         66      270000117    2007 Toro Groundsmaster 328                  3        Excellent      2013
         67     S280000207    2008 Toro Groundsmaster 4500-D                2       Excellent      2014
         68     S290000147    2009 Toro Groundmaster 7210                   1       Excellent      2014
         69      290000352    2009 Toro Groundsmaster 3500-D                1       Excellent      2014
         70     S290000455    2009 Toro Grandstand 48" Mower                1       Excellent      2017
         71      270000433    2007 Toro Infield Pro 3040                    3        Good          2012
         72     S280000106    2008 Toro Pro Core 864                        2       Excellent    As Needed
         73        60100      2001 Toyota Forklift                          9      Good/Used       2015
         74     13