VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE 2009 10 BUDGET

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					VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE
     2009/10 BUDGET
                                              Village of

                                    West Dun ee
                                    FISCAL YEAR 2009 - 2010 BUDGET
        I am pleased to submit for the President's and Board of Trustees' review and consideration a balanced budget document
        for the period of May I, 2009 through April 30, 20IO.

        As opposed to last year, this budget was not as nearly as difficult or challenging as the Village has had the foresight and
        planning in terms of continuing to try and provide effective and efficient resources to provide the high level of services
        to the community while minimizing the operational costs for the last several years..

        This budget as proposed is balanced and continues to attempt to implement the policies and guidelines that have been
        established by the Village Board and utilized in previous years. Unfortunately, this bndget, as proposed, does not
        provide for the necessary funding to maintain the high level of Village's services but once agai.n continues to strive to
        fulfill the increasing maintenance, operation and service obligations of the Village \\'ithi11 an extremely tight fiscal
        environment.

        The 2009-10 budget is presented under the adopted Budget Officer Act and meets all statutory guidelines for tIns Act.

        Budget Format

        The fon11at implemented several years ago continues this year and provides for a general description of the individual
        departmental programs and the services \vhich are provided under each area of departmental responsibility. An
        overview and accomplislunents section for what was achieved and provided through last year's funding; as well as
        statements regarding this year's proposed goals and objectives and any significant changes this year within the budget
        itself are included for each of the Village's departments.

        The individual budget line items are then broken down in more detail specifically noting the actual expenditures for the
        last two years, the budget amount for last year, a projected amount for this y'ear's budget and the highlighted area \vhich
        shows this year's budget request.

        Below each line item's fmancial infonnation is a specific and much more detailed explanation of what is actually
        included within the actual line item costs.

        Lastly, included is the detailed budget report as produced by the Village's budgeting plauning system which is the
        familiar line item format broken down by line items, expense groups, with a total department budget.

        Fund Accounting

        In past years the Village's fmancial management system has used five distinct account groups, or fuuds, to classify both
        revenues and expenditures.

        1.       Operations: These funds include both the General Fund aud Sewer aud Water Fuud which accounts for
                 nearly all the Village's revenues and expenditures necessary to provide the vast majority of services to the
                 conununity.




    VILLAGE HALL                                    PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER                                     PUBLIC WORKS FACILITY
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 2.       Special Revenue Funds: These funds include the Village's Motor Fuel Tax. This fund continues to receive
          or contain monies for which their specific purpose or availability is legally restricted to a specific purpose,
          project or area of expenditure.

3.        Capital Projects Fund: The Capital Projects Fund account group includes the Village Facility Capital
          Projects Fund.

          This fund is used to account for the fmandal resources used in the acquisition or construction of major capital
          projects, facilities or property improvements.

          Based on previous Board action, this fund also now includes any equipment or vehicle purchases with a single
          purchase price greater than $75,000.

          Revenue sources for these projects include previous and new bond proceeds, excess tap-on fees, home mle
          sales taxes, and interest income on these monies.

          This year's budget, as in past years, continues to reflect the Village Board's desire to restrict the status of the
          home mle funds for Capital Projects and Capital purchases.

4.        Debt Service Fund: The Debt Service FlUld is used to account for the fmancing of interest and retirement of
          general long teon debt principal interests and/or IEPA loan repayments.

          The Debt Service Fund shows revenues derived from a single source; interfund transfers. The Village
          Facilities Capital Projects Fund which contains the Homemle sales tax monies specifically earmarks monies
          for the repayment of the recently reissued debt obligations and transfers monies to tIus fund on an impress
          basis.

5.        Community Development Fund: The Community Development Fund account group is used for the revenues
          associated with the additional 'li% home rule sales tax adopted in 2004.

          This Fund is used to account for the fwancial resources which may be used for operational expenditures within
          the Village Board policy guidelines for acquisition, or constmction of major capital project facilities or
          property improvements. Thirdly, to fmance connnunity economic development activities including providing
          incentives, either grants or loans to existing or future businesses within our Village.

          The Community Development Fund shows revenues derived from the 'li% home mle sales tax, as well as grant
          proceeds and interest income.

          This year's budget reflects the Village Board's continued desire to restrict the use of these monies pursuant to
          the above established guidelines.

Revenue

Revenues as projected for this year are sufficient to meet the minimum operating expenses and attempts to maintain the
service levels for this community.

The Village's budget estimates, as always, are conservative in nature and should ensure that the Village meets the
fmancial revenue forecasts as projected.

This year's budgeted sales tax projection for both the non-home mle and home mle sales taxes is estimated with a
decrease over last year's numbers of actual revenues received of 5%, which is on top of last year's actual sales tax
receipt reduction of 8%.




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 We are projecting actual sales tax revenues within the General Fund to decrease from 2008's actual number of $2.920
 million to this years proposed budget number of $2.5 million, a reduction of over $420,000. Last year the Village
 budgeted $2.86 million in General Fund sales tax, this year we expect to receive about $2.63 million.

 Also in this budget is the anticipated property tax levy which will increase in order to meet the requested levy amount of
 $2.612 million. Even with this increase it will keep the Village of West Dundee's property tax rate as one of the lowest
 in the entire Fox Valley and Kane County, including frre protection.

The proposed levy of $2.612 million is equal to the estimated actual costs of the six specific tax levy line items and
continues to achieve the recommended fiscal policy of fully funding these line items.

With this property tax levy, it is expected that ti,e average homeowner of a $250,000 liouse will have an increase in their
portion of the property tax bill specifrcally attributable to West Dnndee. A total of $733 would be the cost to the
homeowner for all the services that the Village provides, up from last year's number of$633.

Based on this rate, it should result in the fact that West Dundee will remain one of the lowest municipal property tax
rates, including flre protection, in Kane County, even with this increase.

Based on the revenue in the Motor Fuel Tax Fund a h'ansfer continues to be shown for the fifth year to the General Fund.
This year's transfer of Motor Fuel Tax funds is in the amount of $207,000.

This is the identical transfer from last year, but it is $16,000 more than what is expected to be generated from State
shared revenues this year Memung that $16,000 is being used from fund balance of the Motor Fuel Tax Fund. The
transfer to the General Fund is to offset celialll obligations as it relates to the public works responsibilities such as
salaries, snow removal and road salt.

As in previous years, the Village is transferrllig a certain portion of the Conununity Development Fund monies received
back to the General Fund to assist in funding operations. Two years ago this number was $550,000. Last year, in an
effort to balance the General Fund budget, tliis number was increased by $200,000 to $750,000. In an effort to reflect
the reduced expenditures and to save some necessary resources in the Community Development Fund, the amount has
been reduced to $650,000 for this year.

Pursuant to the Board's stated policy, it is the intent not to transfer more than 50% of the arumal tax receipts collected
from the Cornmmlity Development Fund to the General Fund for operational purposes. The Village has elected to
annually discuss tlus percentage and become pari of the Village's budgetary process.

Based on the Community Development sales tax projection of $1.12 million, this year that transfer amount would
exceed 50%, and we have reduced the transfer by $100,000 in order to minimize that percentage to the minimum
amount necessary to maintain General Fund operations and service levels.

The State of Illinois' fmancial situation does not appear to improve and projected revenues for this year's Income Tax,
Motor Fuel Tax, and State Use Tax are being projected sliglitly lower than last year's per capita rates. This year's
estinrated rate is just over $132 per capita, down from last year's $134 per capita.

As in last year's budget, the development revenue line items, specifically building permits, and mlUIicipal donations,
have been the most affected revenue line items over the last two years. These line items show an increase ofjust under
$20,000 from last year's budgeted numbers.

Based on the Board policy which was discussed two years ago and implemented in last year's budget, non-occurring one
time development revenues are not included within these projections.

We are now breaking out building permits for new construction and municipal donations as separate line items and will
not be counting those specific revenues towards operating revenues or expenditures. This will insure that these non-
recurring revenues will not be comingled to insure that revenues and expenditures remain in balance. No revenues are
shown in those line items at this point and time.

The Village does have the potential of several new development projects moving forward in next year's budget year,
including Wal Mart, based on the successful resolution of the pending litigation projected at $350,000, and a new third
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building at the Oakview Corporate Park by Opus projected at $140,000.

These potential building pennits are in excess of $490,000 in revenues and have the ability to pay for one time capital
expenditures within the General Fund when and if they are actually received. This will insure that these non-recurring
revenues will not be comingled to insure that revenues and expenditures remain in balance.

Two specific revenue items to note include, court fines and HoteVMotel revenues.

The court fines line item shows a projected increase of $100,000 fi'OInlast year's budget of $155,000. This is due in
large part to the red light camera violators, administrative processing fee and more aggressive traffic enforcement by
our Police Department.

The HotellMotel Revenues line item also has a $100,000 increase from last year. This is due solely to the expiration of
our 10 year tax sharing agreement with Marriott. The Village now receives 100% of the 6% tax revenues received and
generated from the property.

Attached immediately following this hudget transmittal letter is a complete budget with a hreakdo""' of both the General
Fund revenues and expenses denoting the following:

          L    Overall this year's budget projects an overall increase in General Fund revenues over last year of about
               $167,000.

          2.   Based on the proposed budget this year, the Village staff expects that the cash position of the General
               Fund will remain basically neutral as a surplus ofless than $3,000 is shown.

         3.    Pursuant to last year's numbers, we are projecting that at the beginning of this fiscal year that our cash
               position of the General FWld will be about $800,000, which is approximately $1.2 million less than the
               Village's stated goal of$2 million.

         4.    For the next fiscal year, the reconunended transfer from the Community Development Fund to the General
               Fund for operating expenses has been reduced from $750,000 to $650,000.

         5.    The percentage breakdown of total General Fund revenues between operations and capital is virtually non-
               existent as minimum capital expenditures ($30,000) are forecast within this year's budget. Nearly 100%
               of the revenues within the General Fund are targeted to fund operations.

         6.    The balance of the General Fund revenues over expenditures within tlus proposed budget shows a surplus
               of$2,985.

         7.    The General Fund operational budget does not reflect an increase in user fees or service charges to either
               the residential or business connnunity.

The Sewer and Water Fund shows a balanced budget for the eighth consecutive year with a slight surplus of$6,384.

As the Board may recall, no increase in the per gallon charge to the connnunity was implemented last year, nor is one
recommended for this year. Our combined rate of$6.50 for both water and sewer per 1,000 gallons is recommended to
remain the same for the community.

Based on the current operating revenues and expenses in this flmd, it appears that fiscal integrity of the Sewer and Water
Fund can continue to be maintained under the current rate structure and recurring operating expenses can be met through
for the upcoming fiscal year.

In order to achieve this, it should 'be noted that Village Staff is recommending the elimination of the $70,000 transfer
that has happened annually from the Sewer and Water Fund to the General Fund to pay for administrative personnel
costs related to utility billing and administtation.

This change in policy has a direct affect on both funds, by saving expenditure dollars within the Sewer and Water Fund,
and eliminating that revenue source in the General Fund.

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In addition, the Sewer and Water Fund shows a one time revenue of water and tap-on fee of$80,000 to assist in paying
for the unexpected costs which occurred within the Water Department of approximately $250,000 last year due to
unexpected rehabilitation of Well #5.



Expenditures

The 2009-10 General Fund budget shows a decrease in the overall operational expenses over last year's budget. The
decrease in the General Fund expenditures is $210,000 or 2.5%

The proposed budget provides for no increase to economic adjustment to the salary ranges for all employees with the
exception of the sworn officers in the Police Depm1ment who receive 4.5% as stipulated in the fourth and fmal year of
their union contract.

2009-10 budget proposes no new personnel either full-time or part-time and seasonal employees have been reduced by
one. The staff is also recommending the reduction in this years tree trimming line item by $35,000 and that the tree
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planting program is defened for a 2 consecutive year due to budgetary constraints.

No major capital equipment or replacement purchases are included \vith this year's budget, as was done with last year's
budget. Based on the continuing fiscal position of the General Fund and the overall economic climate, all capital
projects including our annual street and infrash·ucture program are recOimnended to be deferred by the Village Staff.

What we are once again proposing is that if one time revenues are received within the General Fund, the Village Board
can then review the prioritized list of capital projects or equipment. An evaluation by the Board can then be conducted
on whether or not those prioritized expenditures can or shall be purchased or secured.

It is our recommendation that we will review the status of these one time revenue sources with the six month financial
report and will then review it quarterly thereafter.

The Village will then have the opportunity to ensure that adequate revenues arc available to make these capital
purchases from one time non-recuning revenues.

While the last two budget years have been difficult ones, it is staffs opinion that next year's budget process will be even
more challenging for our entire organization. It is fully expected that the Village's pension obligations (Police, Fire, and
n\!IRF) will require significant increases of up to 30 % due to the dramatic drop in investment returns that have occurred
over the past two years. Secondly, the uncertainty of the economic climate continues to create a great deal of uncertainty
in turnS of consumer confidence, development activities, and home values.

Budget Preparation Recognition

We would like to acknowledge the efforts of the Village Staff and Department Managers for their contribution to the
Village in preparation of the budget document. It is through the efforts of these employees and Department Managers
that the Village provides an exceptionally high level of municipal services, continues to expand the quality of services
delivered to the residents and businesses of West Dundee.

West Dundee continues to possess an extremely positive image and reputation as a great cormnunity to live and work
in up and down the entire Fox Valle




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                                                            ~lson Finance Director



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DATE: 03/13/2009                                            VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:      1
TIME: 11,09,29                                              DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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                                                             FUND:    GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                           2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                                  --2007--        --2008--                         8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER                ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                 ACTUAL          ACTUAL       BUDGETED          ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                                         o
REVENUES
  PROPERTY TAXES
  1-00-1-1490          GENERAL CORPORATE                    303,232        418,775      553,100         552,577      552,578       911,000
  1-00-1-1500          LIABILITY INSURANCE                  499,090        524,910      575,000         574,458      574,459       575,000
  1-00-1-1600          POLICE PENSION                       348,778        354,952      324,000         332,507      332,507       359,800
  1-00-1-1700          SOCIAL SECURITY                      304,685        319,847      339,400         330,272      330,273       339,400
  1-00-1-1800          IMRF                                 120,301        134,125      133,500         133,376      133,376       160,200
  l-00-1-1900          FIRE PENSION                         246,174        241,978      250,000         249,766      249,767       266,600
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------        --------
TOTAL PROPERTY TAXES                                      1,822,260      1,994,587    2,175,000       2,172,956    2,172,960     2,612,000

  INTERGOVERNMENTAL    REVENUE
  1-00-2-0000          STATE SALES TAX                    3,029,822      2,920,526    2,860,000       1,699,350    2,630,000     2,500,000
  1-00-2-0500          STATE INCOME TAX                     627,644        685,612      675,000         478,953      690,000       675,000
  1-00-2-1000          PERS. PROPERTY REPLACEMENT TAX        11,309         12,912       13,800           5,910       13,000        12,000
  1-00-2-1100          TOWNSHIP ROAD FUND                    86,001         88,671       90,000          82,618       82,619        83,000
  1-00-2-1200          LOCAL USE TAX                         94,194        102,031       94,750          71,948      102,700       102,700
  1-00-2-2600          FOREIGN FIRE INSURANCE                 4,419          4,670        4,700           5,870        5,870         5,500
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------        --------
TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE                           3,853,389      3,814,422    3,738,250       2,344,649    3,524,189     3,378,200

  INTERFUND TRANSFERS - REVENUES
  1-00-3-0200       SEWER AND WATER FUND                     70,000         70,000       70,000          35,000       70,000             0
  1-00-3-0300       MOTOR FUEL TAX                          207,400        208,000      207,000         103,500      188,000       207,000
  1-00-3-0400       COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND              475,000        550,000      750,000         375,000      750,000       650,000
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------        --------
TOTAL INTERFUND TRANSFERS - REVENUES                        752,400        828,000    1,027,000         513,500    1,008,000       857,000

  LICENSES
  1-00-4-0000          BUSINESS LICENSES                     49,168         42,325       40,000          18,375       45,000        50,000
  1-00-4-0500          LIQUOR AND BARTENDERS LICENSES        45,560         54,360       50,000           2,450       55,000        55,000
  1-00-4-1500          ANIMAL LICENSES                        1,328          4,581        3,000           2,629        4,000         4,000
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------        --------
TOTAL LICENSES                                               96,056        101,266       93,000          23,454      104,000       109,000

  DEVELOPMENT REVENUE
  1-00-5-0000       BUILDING PERMITS                        295,596         93,910      115,000          89,712      125,000       135,000
  1-00-5-0100       DEVELOPMENT PERMITS                           0              0            0               0            0             0
  1-00-5-0110       BLDG PERMITS/ NEW CONSTRUCTION                0              0            0          30,000       35,000             0
  1-00-5-0120       MUNICIPAL DONATION                       84,707         11,775            0               0        2,500             0
DATE: 03/13/2009                                            VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                             PAGE:      2
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                                                            FUND:     GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                         -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                                  --2007--         --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER                 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL           ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET


REVENUES
  DEVELOPMENT REVENUE
  1-00-5-0200       CASH\LAND DONATION                            0              0            0             0           0             0
  1-00-5-0500       PLAN REVIEW                              66,301         26,940       50,000        32,461      45,000        50,000
  1-00-5-1000       INSPECTIONS                               3,250          2,152        3,000         2,665       4,000         4,000
  1-00-5-1500       PETITION FEES                             5,112          7,183        6,500         3,250       5,000         6,500
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL DEVELOPMENT REVENUE                                   454,966        141,960      174,500       158,088     216,500       195,500

  FINANCE REVENUE
  1-00-6-0000          INTEREST INCOME                      114,081         67,985       75,000        36,179      50,000        50,000
                                                                                      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL FINANCE REVENUE                                       114,081         67,985       75,000        36,179      50,000        50,000

  FINES
  1-00-7-0500          COURT FINES                          143,912        118,029      150,000       118,432     175,000       250,000
  1-00-7-0600          ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING FEE          1,005         12,870       18,000         8,200      12,000        12,000
  1-00-7-1000          ALARM SERVICE CHARGE                  21,165         10,535       10,000        10,000      12,500        12,500
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL FINES                                                 166,082        141,434      178,000       136,632     199,500       274,500

  OTHER REVENUES
  1-00-8-0500          HOTEL/MOTEL REVENUE                  143,449        146,822      175,000       130,693     180,000       275,000
  1-00-8-1000          AMBULANCE FEE                        131,138        125,021      125,000        97,630     140,000       143,000
  1-00-8-2000          RENTAL PROPERTY                       53,498         56,004       55,000        35,518      55,000        85,000
  1-00-8-2200          TICKET SURCHARGE                       1,194          1,755        1,500             0       1,500         1,500
  1-00-8-2500          FRANCHISE FEE                         82,260        114,425       95,000        46,302      93,000        95,000
  1-00-8-2550          TELECOMM. INFRAS. FRANCHSE FEE        57,608         53,000       58,000        40,348      58,000        60,000
  1-00-8-3700          REIMBURSED REVENUE - GENERAL               0              0            0             0           0             0
  1-00-8-3712          REIMBURSED REVENUE - ADMIN                 0              0            0             0           0             0
  1-00-8-3714          REIMBURSED REVENUE - POLICE                0         30,503            0        31,625      31,625             0
  1-00-8-3715          REIMBURSED REVENUE - FIRE                  0              0            0             0           0             0
  1-00-8-3717          REIMBURSED REVENUE - PW                    0              0            0             0           0             0
  1-00-8-3720          REIMBURSED REVENUE - PENSION               0        (28,989)           0       (29,577)          0             0
  1-00-8-4000          MISCELLANEOUS                         68,476        108,266       65,000        54,761      70,000        75,000
  1-00-8-4200          INSURANCE SUBROGATION PROCEEDS             0         28,643            0             0           0             0
  1-00-8-4300          FEMA REIMBURSEMENT                         0         64,821            0             0           0             0
  1-00-8-6000          SALE OF PROMOTIONAL ITEMS                 47            384          250             0           0             0
  1-00-8-7000          RECYCLING BINS                           496             16            0             0           0             0
  1-00-8-7100          RECYCLING REVENUE                          0         13,495       24,000        10,809      16,000        16,000
                                                                                      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL OTHER REVENUES                                        538,166        714,166      598,750       418,109     645,125       750,500
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                                                        FUND:       GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                       -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                             --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION              ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

TOTAL REVENUES:                                      7,797,400         7,803,820    8,059,500       5,803,567   7,920,274   8,226,700


LEGISLATION DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-11-1-0100        SALARIES - ELECT OFFICIALS         26,310            37,080       36,000          25,960      37,000      36,000
  1-11-1-1000        SALARIES - PART TIME                  425               450        1,000             300         500       1,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                                26,735            37,530       37,000          26,260      37,500      37,000

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-11-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF           266               315          300             225         300         300
  1-11-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE         1,453             2,845        2,800           1,940       2,800       2,800
  1-11-2-2500        TRAINING                              210             5,114          500             184         250         500
  1-11-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                5,161               919        6,000           3,754       4,000       6,000
  1-11-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                     o              o            o               o           o            o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                                 7,090             9,193        9,600           6,103       7,350       9,600

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-11-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE & BONDS          5,165             7,967        2,900               o       4,900       3,500
  1-11-3-1500       TRAVEL                                      o              o          100             220         300         250
  1-11-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS AND PUBLICATIONS         624               653          700             474         700         700
  1-11-3-2100       PRINTING                                    o             75            o               o           o            o
  1-11-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        o              o            o               o           o            o
  1-11-3-3500       VILLAGE & COMMUNITY EVENTS                  o              o            o               o           o            o
  1-11-3-3600       DONATIONS                               14             4,707        6,000             150       1,000       2,500
  1-11-3-3610       DIAL-A-RIDE CONTRIBUTION            17,250             6,750        9,000          11,250      11,250       7,800
  1-11-3-3655       TRANSFER OF SSA #2 - MAIN ST.               o              o            o               o           o            o
  1-11-3-3660       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                        o              o            o               o           o            o
  1-11-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                          930               905        1,000             326         500       1,000

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                            23,983            21,057       19,700          12,420      18,650      15,750

  COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS
  1-11-7-0600      PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION          1,535             2,015        3,000           1,355       1,355       3,000
  1-11-7-0700      PARK & REDEVELOPMNT COMMISSION               o              o          500               o           o            o
  1-11-7-1000      FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSION            7,194            10,249       10,000           9,086      10,000      10,000
  1-11-7-1100      LIQUOR CONTROL                          819               229        1,000             719       1,000       1,000
  1-11-7-1500      APPEARANCE REVIEW COMMISSION          1,640             1,414        2,000           1,149       1,150       1,500

TOTAL COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS                          11,188            13,907       16,500          12,309      13,505      15,500
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TIME: 11:09:29                                            DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.wow

                                                           FUND:     GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                        2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                               --2007--          --2008--                       8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL            ACTUAL       BUDGETED        ACTUAL    PROJECTED      8UDGET

TOTAL LEGISLATION DEPARTMENT                               68,996          81,687       82,800        57,092       77,005        77,850


ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE DEPT.
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-12-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME                 348,475         367,956      384,000       243,705      370,000       358,000
  1-12-1-1000        SALARIES - PART TIME                  53,840          55,562       70,000        33,068       50,000        60,000
  1-12-1-1300        SALARIES - SEASONAL                        0               0            0             0            0             0
  1-12-1-1600        OVERTIME                                  51             198            0             0            0             0
                                                      ------------------------       -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                                  402,366         423,716      454,000       276,773      420,000       418,000

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-12-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL & LIFE INSURANCE        34,431          45,373       50,000        28,938       40,000        55,000
  1-12-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF           43,068          43,540       45,000        28,554       43,000        46,500
  1-12-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE           27,514          28,960       34,700        18,040       30,000        32,000
  1-12-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS                0               0            0             0            0             0
  1-12-2-2500        TRAINING                                 500             964        1,000         1,128        1,200         1,000
  1-12-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                   1,821           1,415            0           414          500           500
  1-12-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                     0               0            0             0            0             0
                                                      ------------------------       -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                                  107,334         120,252      130,700        77,074      114,700       135,000

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-12-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                         7,471           3,735        6,000         1,937        4,000         5,000
  1-12-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                         21             136            0             3            0             0
  1-12-3-0500       TELEPHONE                               7,745           4,039        6,000         3,197        6,000         6,000
  1-12-3-0510       DATA INTERNET/EMAIL SERVICES            1,376             807        3,000           989        2,000         2,000
  1-12-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE - BOND              5,550           8,352        3,100            40        5,500        12,500
  1-12-3-1500       TRAVEL                                  9,643          10,947       11,000         6,795       11,000        11,000
  1-12-3-1550       MARKETING ACTIVITIES                        0               0            0             0            0             0
  1-12-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS              471               0          500             0            0             0
  1-12-3-2000       POSTAGE                                 4,365           8,182        8,000         3,576        6,000         7,000
  1-12-3-2100       PRINTING                                2,885             480        1,500         2,299        2,000         1,500
  1-12-3-2400       AUDIT FEE                              10,915          12,415       15,000        13,830       15,500        16,000
  1-12-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   30,362          32,600       45,000        30,786       40,000        45,000
  1-12-3-3700       ADMIN - REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES         (5,045)            185            0          (277)           0             0
  1-12-3-4500       NEWSLETTER                              3,928           3,380        5,000         4,308        6,500         6,500
  1-12-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                           1,827          48,898          500         1,579        2,000         1,000
                                                      ------------------------       -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                               81,514         134,156      104,600        69,062      100,500       113,500
DATE: 03/13/2009                                         VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:       5
TIME: 11:09:29                                           DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                          FUND:       GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                        2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                              --2007--            --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION               ACTUAL              ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE DEPT.
  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-12-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT                          0            590          500           356         500              0

TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
                                                     ------------------------
                                                                  0            590
                                                                                      -------------------------------------
                                                                                            500          356          500
                                                                                                                                --------
                                                                                                                                       0

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-12-5-1000       OFFICE EQUIPMENT                            0                0            0            0            0             0
  1-12-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                       139                0            0            0            0             0
  1-12-5-1510       COMPUTER EQUIPMENT                    20,859            12,607        7,500        2,154        4,000         7,500
  1-12-5-1520       COMPUTER EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT             67           12,581       10,000          464        2,000        10,000
  1-12-5-1525       COMPo EQUIP REPAIR- LIGHTENING              0           39,338            0            0            0             0
  1-12-5-1530       GIS PROGRAM                           14,5.71           15,321       12,500       17,379       17,500        12,500
  1-12-5-1540       VILLAGE-WIDE TELEPHONE SYSTEM         73,445             3,630            0            0            0             0

TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
                                                     ------------------------
                                                         109,081       83,477
                                                                                      -------------------------------------
                                                                                         30,000       19,997       23,500
                                                                                                                                --------
                                                                                                                                 30,000
TOTAL ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE DEPT.                     700,295           762,191      719,800       443,262     659,200       696,500



LEGAL DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-13-3-7000       VILLAGE ATTORNEY RETAINER             11,137            10,125       12,150         7,951      13,000        12,150
  1-13-3-7100       VILLAGE PROSECUTOR RETAINER            8,212             7,262        7,200         4,800       7,200         7,200
  1-13-3-7200       LITIGATION FEES                            0                 0        5,000            62       1,000         5,000
  1-13-3-7300       ATTORNEY FEES - OTHER                 16,884            18,313       25,000         5,596      15,000        25,000
  1-13-3-7310       ATTORNEY FEES -POLICE CONTRACT         5,356               800        1,000             0           0         5,000
  1-13-3-7320       LITIGATION - WAL-MART                      0                 0            0         3,982      10,000        25,000
  1-13-3-7350       ATTORNEY FEES - REIMBURSEABLE        (19,474)            2,830            0         8,410           0             0
  1-13-3-7400       LEGAL NOTICES                          3,232             3,768        3,500         1,554       2,000         2,000
  1-13-3-7500       RECORDING FEES                          (106)              869        1,000           493         700         1,000
                                                     ------------------------         -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                              25,241            43,967       54,850       32,848       48,900        82,350
TOTAL LEGAL DEPARTMENT                                    25,241            43,967       54,850       32,848       48,900        82,350



POLICE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
DATE: 03/13/2009                                        VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                   PAGE:       6
TIME: 11,09,29                                          DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.wow

                                                         FUND:       GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                          2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                             --2007--            --2008--                         8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION              ACTUAL              ACTUAL       BUDGETED          ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

POLICE DEPARTMENT
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-14-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME               158,119           166,526      177,900         110,929       166,394      174,350
  1-14-1-0500        SALARIES - SWORN OFFICERS        1,437,092         1,453,543    1,525,000       1,007,361     1,511,041    1,572,000
  1-14-1-1000        SALARIES - PART TIME                30,811            32,221       53,000          33,806        51,000       53,000
  1-14-1-1600        OVERTIME                           177,752           218,626      160,000         148,336       205,100      155,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                              1,803,774         1,870,916    1,915,900       1,300,432     1,933,535    1,954,350

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-14-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE       242,274           285,103      271,000         157,987       255,000      271,000
  1-14-2-0500        VILLAGE CONTR - POLICE PENSION     348,778           354,952      324,000         323,698       323,698      359,800
  1-14-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF         19,711            20,938       22,600          13,690        21,000       24,500
  1-14-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE        132,834           138,486      148,500          94,994       148,000      149,600
  1-14-2-1500        CLOTHING ALLOWANCE                   7,682            12,258       12,500           9,218        12,500       11,000
  1-14-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS          2,249             2,179        5,100           3,949         4,600        4,600
  1-14-2-2500        TRAINING                             5,852             8,113        6,000           7,567        11,900        5,000
  1-14-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                 6,030             6,263        6,500           5,392         6,300        6,300
  1-14-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                      o              o            o                o            o             o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                                765,410           828,292      796,200         616,495       782,998      831,800

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-14-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                       3,358             3,916        3,500           2,383         3,500        3,000
  1-14-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                    7,066             6,553        9,000           4,208         7,000        8,000
  1-14-3-0300       MEDICAL SUPPLIES                      5,114               179        3,500             575         1,500        2,500
  1-14-3-0500       TELEPHONE                            23,500             8,436       13,500           6,350        11,000       12,000
  1-14-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE & BONDS          52,171            85,269       32,500          (2,622 )      40,000       50,000
  1-14-3-1500       TRAVEL                                  974               223        3,000             127         2,000        2,000
  1-14-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS            433               679          600             267           300          400
  1-14-3-2000       POSTAGE                               1,537             2,453        2,200           1,356         2,000        2,200
  1-14-3-2100       PRINTING                              1,893             3,075        3,500           1,636         3,000        3,000
  1-14-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                        408             1,408          500             204           500          500
  1-14-3-2300       QUADCOM                             165,807           169,976      158,367          79,183       158,367      167,510
  1-14-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 11,550            11,017       14,600           8,243        11,500       12,500
  1-14-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE                   o            351          375             206           375          375
  1-14-3-3700       POLICE - REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSE               o              o            o                o            o             o
  1-14-3-4000       FIREARM SUPPLIES                      1,420             1,374        1,500              73         1,500        1,500
  1-14-3-6400       LAW ENFORCEMENT DAY                          o              o            o                o            o             o
  1-14-3-6450       D.A.R.E. PROGRAM                      4,364             3,954        4,000             323         4,000        4,000
  1-14-3-6460       G.R.E.A.T. PROGRAM                           o              o            o                o            o             o
  1-14-3-6470       C.A.L.F. PROGRAM                        263              (120)           o                o            o             o
DATE: 03/13/2009                                              VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                               PAGE:       7
TIME: 11:09:29                                                DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                               FUND:    GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                           -------------- 2009                     --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                                     --2007--        --2008--                      8 MO.                  REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                     ACTUAL          ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL      PROJECTED      BUDGET

POLICE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-14-3-6480       NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM                  1,415          1,146        4,000           3,269       4,000           500
  1-14-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                                 918            931        1,000             631       1,000         1,000
                                                          ------------------------      -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                                  282,191        300,820      255,642        106,412      251,542       270,985

  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-14-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT                        2,820          6,924        3,600           1,469       3,200         3,600
  1-14-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                               45,861         44,366       48,000          32,527      44,000        42,000
  1-14-4-0300       GENERATOR FUEL                                  0              0            0               0           0             0
  1-14-4-0500       AUTOMOTIVE PARTS & REPAIRS                 25,227         26,193       33,000          14,107      30,000        33,000
  1-14-4-1000       FLEET RADIO                                 7,352          5,172        5,600           3,492       5,600         5,600
                                                                                        -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                                    81,260         82,655       90,200          51,595      82,800        84,200

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-14-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                             57,789         62,953            0           2,130      22,000              0
  1-14-5-1000       OFFICE EQUIPMENT                              871            703            0               0           0              0
  1-14-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                        52,757         51,366            0             889         890              0
  1-14-5-1600       FIREARMS                                        0              0            0               0           0              0
  1-14-5-1700       BUFFER ZONE PROTECTION PROGRAM                  0              0            0               0           0              0
  1-14-5-1800       IN-CAR COMPUTER GRANT - 2005                    0              0            0               0           0              0
                                                          ------------------------      -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                    111,417        115,022            0           3,019      22,890             0
TOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT                                     3,044,052      3,197,705    3,057,942       2,077,953   3,073,765     3,141,335



FIRE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-15-1-0200        SALARIES   -   FULL TIME                  13,066         14,820       14,800          15,249      14,800        14,125
  1-15-1-0500        SALARIES   -   SWORN FIRE OFFICERS       937,617        992,415    1,090,000         642,433   1,022,190       946,700
  1-15-1-0600        SALARIES   -   PAID ON CALL               10,772          9,341       13,000           7,428      13,000        12,000
  1-15-1-1000        SALARIES   -   PART TIME                 332,503        372,217      377,560         255,013     382,520       377,880
  1-15-1-1600        OVERTIME                                  66,794         62,382       65,000          38,280      62,000        70,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                                    1,360,752      1,451,175    1,560,360         958,403   1,494,510     1,420,705
DATE: 03/13/2009                                     VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:      8
TIME: 11:09:29                                       DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
10:   BP4300aO.wow

                                                      FUND:       GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                     -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                            --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION            ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

FIRE   DEPARTMENT
  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-15-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE    165,993           202,655      215,000        98,947     150,000       175,000
  1-15-2-0500        VILLAGE CONTR - F.F. PENSION    246,174           241,978      250,000       249/766     249,767       266,600
  1-15-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF       1,471             1,466        1,550         1,020       1,550         1,800
  1-15-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE     100,664           107,106      120/300        70,513     107,000       110,500
  1-15-2-1500        CLOTHING ALLOWANCE                8,763             6,602        9/000         3,318       7/000         8/000
  1-15-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS         928             2,046        3/000             o       1,300         1,500
  1-15-2-2500        TRAINING                          5,300             6,428        9/000         7,050       7/500         5,000
  1-15~2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                995               960        1,000           445         650           500
  1-15-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                   o              o            o             o           o              o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                             530,288           569,241      608,850       431,059     524/767       568,900

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-15-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                    2,820             2,255        2,500         1,009       2/000         2/000
  1-15-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                 3,181             3,252        3,500         1/257       2/500         3,000
  1-15-3-0300       MEDICAL SUPPLIES                   5,737             8/073       12,000           826      10/000        10/000
  1-15-3-0500       TELEPHONE                         13,816             9,046       11,000         5/490       9/000        10,000
  1-15-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE & BONDS       73,160            96,948       25,000           227      34,700        40/000
  1-15-3-1500       TRAVEL                             2,381             1,796        2,500           866       1,500         1,000
  1-15-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS       1,013               660        1,000             o         500              o
  1-15-3-2000       POSTAGE                              617               649        1/000           268         600           700
  1-15-3-2100       PRINTING                           2,157             1,838        2,500         1,664       2,000         1/500
  1-15-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                          o              o            o             o           o              o
  1-15-3-2300       QUADCOM                           65,873            73,953       68,250        34/122      68,250        68/700
  1-15-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              10,029            10/713       16,145        10,549      15/145        16/145
  1-15-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE         4,897             4,923        5,000         2,485       4/000         3/500
  1-15-3-3700       FIRE - REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSE              o              o            o             o           o              o
  1-15-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                         54                 o            o             o           o              o
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                         185,735           214,106      150/395        58/763     150/195       156,545

  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-15-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT               7,244             6,243        8,300         7/583       8/300         8,300
  1-15-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                      11,064            14,569       14,000         9,566      14,500        14,000
  1-15-4-0300       GENERATOR FUEL                        44               850          500             o         500           500
  1-15-4-0500       AUTOMOTIVE PARTS                  11,458            10,821        7,500         5,206       7,500         7,500
  1-15-4-0600       AUTOMOTIVE MAINT. & REPAIRS        2,713             2,858        4,000         2,464      10/000         4,000
  1-15-4-0700       AUTO BODY                            242               963        2,000         1,292       1,300         2,000
  1-15-4-1000       FLEET RADIO                        3,548             1,899        2,000             o           o         1,000

TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                           36,313            38/203       38,300        26,111      42,100        37,300
DATE: 03/13/2009                                          VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                 PAGE:       9
TIME: 11:09:29                                            DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
10:   BP430000.WOW

                                                           FUND:       GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                          -------------- 2009 --------------     --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                                --2007--            --2008--                      8 MO.                 REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL              ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED       BUDGET

FIRE DEPARTMENT
  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-15-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                                 0              0            0               0            0            0
  1-15-5-1000       OFFICE EQUIPMENT                               0              0            0               0            0            0
  1-15-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                            0              0       15/000           5/592       13,500            0
  1-15-5-1501       FEMA GRANT - COMM. EQUIPMENT                   0              0            0           8,894        8,894            0
  1-15-5-1502       FEMA GRANT - TURN-OUT GEAR                     0              0            0           6,396        6,397            0
                                                      ------------------------         -------------------------------------
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                      0                 0       15/000          20,882       28,791           0
TOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT                                   2,113,088         2,272,725    2,372,905       1,495,218    2,240,363   2,183,450



COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPT.
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-16-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME                 205,191           199,256      212,850         135,393      206,600     206,530
  1-16-1-1000        SALARIES - PART-TIME                  56,243            49,640       55,000          30,097       45,150      46,000
  1-16-1-1600        OVERTIME                                   0                 0            0               0            0           0
                                                      ------------------------         -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                                  261,434           248,896      267,850         165,490      251,750     252,530

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-16-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL & LIFE INSURANCE        29,869            36,885       35,000          19,955       30,000      35/000
  1-16-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF           28,643            26,227       28/000          17,611       27,000      29,500
  1-16-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE           19,797            18,763       20,100          12,891       19,400      19/300
  1-16-2-1500        UNIFORMS                                 666               841        1,200             439        1,000         300
  1-16-2-2500        TRAINING                                 483               894        2,000             780          950       1,000
  1-16-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                     952               748        1,000             115          850         850
  1-16-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                     0                 0            0               0            0           0

TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS
                                                      ------------------------
                                                           80,410       84,358
                                                                                       -------------------------------------
                                                                                          87,300       51,791       79,200
                                                                                                                                  --------
                                                                                                                                   85,950

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-16-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                         2,102             2,331        2/500           1/104        2/100       2/300
  1-16-3-0500       TELEPHONE                               6,478             1,733        5,000           1/843        3/000       3,200
  1-16-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE & BONDS            13,306             8,302        4/500               0        6/000       7,500
  1-16-3-1500       TRAVEL                                  4,902             4,353        4/500           2/297        3,500       4,300
  1-16-3-1550       MARKETING ACTIVITIES                      958               207        5,200           3,360        5,040       5,000
  1-16-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS AND PUBLICATIONS            917               715        1,000             120          600         600
  1-16-3-2000       POSTAGE                                 2,867                 0        3,300            (119)       3/800       4/000
  1-16-3-2100       PRINTING                                  783               557        1,500             152          500         750
DATE: 03/13/2009                                         VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                               PAGE:     10
TIME: 11:09:29                                           DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                         FUND:       GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                       2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                               --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION               ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPT.
EXPENSES
  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-16-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL                          11,324            19,158       10,000         6,409      10,000        10,000
  1-16-3-3100       PLAN REVIEW                          36,978            18,785       35,000        26,177      35,000        35,000
  1-16-3-3700       COM. DEV - REIMBURSEABLE EXPEN       21,004            58,937            o        27,615           o                o
  1-16-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                            52               172          500            92         250              500

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                            101,671           115,250       73,000        69,050      69,790        73,150

  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-16-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT                     517            1,454        1,000           218         500         1,000
  1-16-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                           2,238            1,596        2,000         1,362       2,000         1,800
  1-16-4-0500       AUTOMOTIVE PARTS                             o              o            o             o           o                o
  1-16-4-0600       AUTOMOTIVE MAIN. AND REPAIRS              72              626          500           655         750         1,000

TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                                2,827            3,676        3,500         2,235       3,250         3,800

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-16-5-0100       AUTOS AND TRUCKS                          11                0            0             0           0                o
  1-16-5-1000       OFFICE EQUIPMENT                           0               66            0             0           0                o
                                                                                     -------------------------------------
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                    11               66            0             0           0                o
TOTAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPT.                        446,353          452,246      431,650       288,566     403,990       415,430



STREET & BRIDGE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-17-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME               175,251           175,073      190,000       120,286     185,400       185,600
  1-17-1-1300        SALARIES - SEASONAL                  5,554             7,992       14,520        12,015      12,100        15,400
  1-17-1-1600        OVERTIME                            13,146            20,201       15,000         8,224      21,000        29,000
                                                     ------------------------        -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                                 193,951          203,266      219,520       140,525     218,500       230,000

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-17-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE        30,637            30,724       41,700        21,479      33,000        40,000
  1-17-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF         20,883            20,689       21,350        13,588      21,200        24,400
  1-17-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE         14,511            15,238       16,900        10,942      16,900        16,900
  1-17-2-1500        UNIFORMS                               947             1,339        1,360         1,482       1,500         1,400
  1-17-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS          1,787             1,385        1,550           557       1,550         1,600
DATE: 03/13/2009                                       VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                               PAGE:     II
TIME: 11:09:29                                         DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
10:   BP430000.WOW

                                                       FUND:       GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                     2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                            --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION             ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

STREET & BRIDGE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-17-2-2500        TRAINING                             252             1,316        1,650           100         600              500
  1-17-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                      o            297          325           358         360              350
  1-17-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                    o              o            o             o           o                o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                               69,017            70,988       84,835        48,506      75,110        85,150

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-17-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                     1,536               937          800           331         800           800
  1-17-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                  6,709             7,557        5,000         7,486       9,000         5,000
  1-17-3-0500       TELEPHONE                           9,145            10,628        7,000         2,930       5,000         5,000
  1-17-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE/BONDS          37,655            70,551       20,000         5,638      34,900        20,000
  1-17-3-1000       ELECTRICITY                        50,050            66,071       69,200        18,302      36,000        42,000
  1-17-3-1500       TRAVEL                              2,110               849          900             o           o                o
  1-17-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS           355              343          150            13          15                o
  1-17-3-2000       POSTAGE                                105              129          100           106         llO           100
  1-17-3-2100       PRINTING                               806                o          300             o         100           150
  1-17-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                       234              172          500            39         150           250
  1-17-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                4,559             8,569        4,800         5,759       7,800         4,000
  1-17-3-3100       LANDFILL DISPOSAL COSTS             2,339             1,024        4,000         1,231       1,800         2,000
  1-17-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE          1,973             2,366        4,500         1,398       2,000         3,100
  1-17-3-3700       PW - REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES           (690)          18,694            o           641           o                o
  1-17-3-4000       SNOW & ICE CONTROL                 52,659            87,598       50,000        36,428      82,000        63,000
  1-17-3-4100       TRAFFIC & STREET SIGNS              5,253             5,260        4,500           254       3,000         4,500
  1-17-3-4400       LEAF COLLECTION                     5,600             6,048        9,800         7,884       7,900         9,000
  1-17-3-5500       SCAVENGER SERVICE                 263,243           314,157      355,242       234,400     355,000       370,000
  1-17-3-6000       RECYCLING                          69,486           104,942      118,414        79,055     120,000       124,000
  1-17-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                           97              100          250           125         250           250

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                          513,224           705,995      655,456       402,020     665,825       653,150

  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-17-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT               12,422            16,525       10,000         7,801      11,000        10,000
  1-17-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                       16,260            19,859       23,400        19,876      25,000        22,800
  1-17-4-0500       VEHICLE REPAIRS & MAl NT LABOR      4,601            30,460       28,700        14,135      25,700        26,000
  1-17-4-0550       VEHICLE REPAIRS & MAINT PARTS      11,749            12,399            o           635         635                o
  1-17-4-0600       VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIRS                    o              o            o             o           o                o
  1-17-4-0700       VEHICLE BODY MAINT & REPAIR                o              o            o             o           o                o
  1-17-4-1000       FLEET RADIO                                o              o            o             o           o                o
  1-17-4-1100       CURB/SIDEWALK                      35,904             3,784        7,000        1,961        4,000         4,000
DATE: 03/13/2009                                        VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                             PAGE:   12
TIME: 11:09:29                                          DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
10:   BP430000.WOW

                                                        FUND:     GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                    2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                              --2007--         --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION              ACTUAL           ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

STREET & BRIDGE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-17-4-1200       STREETS                               7,577          8,716        7,900        5,972        6,500         8,000
  1-17-4-1300       STREET & TRAFFIC LIGHTS              21,340         33,121       38,100       18,161       28/100        38/500
  1-17-4-1400       PARKWAYS                                830          1,317        1/000          214          500           500
  1-17-4-3500       STORM SEWER                           3/402          7,837        7,000        7,476        8,000         6/500
  1-17-4-4000       2007 STORM/FLOOD EXPENSES                 0         76,678            0            0            0             0
                                                                                  -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                             114,085        210,696      123,100        76,231     109,435       116,300

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-17-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                            0         33/105            0             0           0              0
  1-17-5-0500       OFFICE FURNITURE                          0              0            0             0           0              0
  1-17-5-1300       STREET AND TRAFFIC LIGHTS                 0              0            0             0           0              0
  1-17-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                   8,567         18/456            0             0           0              0
  1-17-5-4020       GIS PROGRAM                               0              0            0             0           0              0
  1-17-5-5000       STREET & ROAD/BIKEPATH CONSTR             0              0            0             0           0              0
                                                    ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                8,567         51,561            0             0           0             0
TOTAL STREET & BRIDGE DEPARTMENT                        898,844      1/242,506    1,082/911       667/282   1,068,870     1,084/600



BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-18-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME               180/820        191,297      204,400       128/988     200,000       197,800
  1-18-1-1000        PART-TIME SALARIES                       0              0            0             0           0             0
  1-18-1-1300        SEASONAL                            14,489         12,964       27/680        21/944      22,000        32/600
  1-18-1-1600        OVERTIME                            15,520         23/923       12/000        10/782      25,000        15/000
                                                    ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                                210,829        228/184      244,080       161,714     247,000       245,400

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-18-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE        30,987         32,743       32/300        21,299      31,300        36,000
  1-18-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF         21/486         22,739       22/400        14/878      23,500        27/000
  1-18-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE         15/588         16,958       18,600        12/481      19/000        18/800
  1-18-2-1500        UNIFORMS                             1,089          1,472        1,600         1/445       1/500         1,600
  1-18-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS          1,163          5/406        1/650           224       1,200         1,700
  1-18-2-2500        TRAINING                                77            492          900             0         200           500
  1-18-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                   0              0            0             0           0             0
                                                    ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                                 70,390         79/810       77,450        50,327      76/700        85,600
DATE: 03/13/2009                                       VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                 PAGE:     13
TIME: 11:09:29                                         DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                       FUND:       GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                      -------------- 2009 --------------      --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                           --2007--            --2008--                      8 MO.                  REQUESTED
  NUMBER                ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION          ACTUAL              ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED        BUDGET

BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-18-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                       590               667          500             139          350          400
  1-18-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                  7,091            11,580        8,600           9,094       12,000       14,000
  1-18-3-0300       JANITORIAL SUPPLIES                 6,506             9,806        7,800           5,842        7,800        7,800
  1-18-3-0500       TELEPHONE                           1,726             1,348        1,600           1,077        1,600        1,400
  1-18-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE/BONDS          10,665            17,153        6,000              50       10,100       10,100
  1-18-3-1000       ELECTRICITY                         6,998             8,109        8,300           3,771        8,300        8,300
  1-18-3-1100       HEATING                            21,988            20,980       25,000           4,831       20,000       25,000
  1-18-3-1500       TRAVEL                                     o              o            o               o            o               o
  1-18-3-2100       PRINTING                              499               497          800               o            o               o
  1-18-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                    1,110               276        1,100             531          900          750
  1-18-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               23,749            36,754       41,000          28,327       41,000       27,000
  1-18-3-3200       JANITORIAL SERVICES                15,647            20,956       23,000          12,713       22,000       23,000
  1-18-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE          1,581             1,712        1,800           1,166        1,500        2,000
  1-18-3-3700       REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES                     o            674            o               o            o               o
  1-18-3-4200       CHEMICALS & FERTILIZER              1,149               486        1,000           1,093        1,100        1,000
  1-18-3-4400       FORESTRY                           56,117            60,149       60,000          63,337       68,000       25,000
  1-18-3-4410       TREE PLANTING                      24,048            17,805            o          15,972       16,000               o
  1-18-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                              o             53          250             748          750             250

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                          179,464           209,005      186,750         148,691      211,400      146,000

  MAINTENANCE   & REPAIRS
  1-18-4-0100         DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT              1,580             2,759        1,500             312        1,500        1,200
  1-18-4-0200         VEHICLE FUEL                      7,130             9,829       19,500           4,248       11,000       19,500
  1-18-4-0500         VEHICLE LABOR                            o             27        4,100               o        1,000        2,500
  1-18-4-0550         VEHICLE PARTS                       170                 o            o              29           30               o
  1-18-4-2000         BUILDINGS & GROUNDS REPAIRS      35,724            82,884       71,000          45,952       60,000       42,000

TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                            44,604            95,499       96,100          50,541       73,530       65,200

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-18-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                             o              o            o               o            o               o
  1-18-5-1000       OFFICE FURNISHINGS                         o              o            o               o            o               o
  1-18-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                   299             9,228            o          (1,549)           o               o
  1-18-5-2000       SLOGS & GROUNDS IMPROVEMENTS       53,724           106,762       26,000          40,131       41,000               o
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                             54,023           115,990       26,000          38,582       41,000               o
TOTAL BUILDINGS & GROUNDS                             559,310           728,488      630,380         449,855      649,630      542,200

TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE                  7,797,400         7,803,820    8,059,500       5,803,567    7,920,274    8,226,700
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                                 7,856,179         8,781,515    8,433,238       5,512,076    8,221,723    8,223,715
FUND SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                 (58,779)        (977,695)    (373,738)        291,491     (301,449)       2,985
DATE: 03/13/2009                                          VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                  PAGE:     14
TIME: 11,09,29                                            DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
10:   BP430000.WOw

                                                           FUND:       SEWER & WATER DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                           2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                                --2007--            --2008--                        8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER                 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION              ACTUAL              ACTUAL       BUDGETED         ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                                           o
REVENUES
  REVENUES
  2-00-0-0300        SEWER AND WATER BILLS             1,340,409          1,740,650    1,990,000      1,145,224    1,700,000     1,800,000
  2-00-0-0310        SLEEPY HOLLOW BILLING                30,391             43,994       45,000         16,622       45,000        45,000
  2-00-0-0400        DEVELOPER WATER SALES                 2,102                200          500          2,256        2,256           500
  2-00-0-1000        WATER TAP ON FEES                   177,730             15,744       15,000         91,936       95,000        35,000
  2-00-0-1100        SEWER TAP ON FEES                   228,311             18,975            0        135,043      140,000        45,000
  2-00-0-1900        WATER METER SALES                    11,314              5,113       25,000          1,079        1,200         2,000
  2-00-0-2000        PLAN REVIEW FEE                           0                  0            0              0            0             0
  2-00-0-2200        SCAVANGER SALES - SCRAP METERS            0                  0            0              0            0             0
  2-00-0-3000        SALE OF ASSETS                            0                  0            0              0            0             0
  2-00-0-3700        REIMBURSEMENT REVENUE                     0                  0            0              0            0             0
  2-00-0-4000        TURN-ON/OFF FEE AFTER HOURS               0                  0            0              0            0             0
                                                      ------------------------         -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL REVENUES                                          1,790,257         1,824,676    2,075,500      1,392,160    1,983,456     1,927,500

  INTERFUND REVENUE
  2-00-3-0000       INTERFUND REVENUE - VFF                        0              0               0           0            0                0
                                                      ------------------------         -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL INTERFUND REVENUE                                            0              0               0           0            0                0

  FINANCE REVENUE
  2-00-6-0000        INTEREST INCOME                          566               420          500            187          250              250
                                                      ------------------------         -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL FINANCE REVENUE                                         566               420          500            187          250           250
TOTAL REVENUES:                                         1,790,823         1,825,096    2,076,000      1,392,347    1,983,706     1,927,750



EXPENSES - WATER
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  2-21-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME                 313,535           321,904      346,000        215,861      331,000       332,500
  2-21-1-1000        SALARIES - PART TIME                       0                 0            0              0            0             0
  2-21-1-1300        SALARIES - SEASONAL                    2,212             1,506        5,100             36           36         5,100
  2-21-1-1600        OVERTIME                              26,682            36,261       21,800         19,255       32,000        19,000
                                                      ------------------------
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                                  342,429           359,671      372,900        235,152      363,036       356,600
DATE: 03/13/2009                                     VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:   15
TIME: 11:09:29                                       DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
10:   BP430000.wow

                                                      FUND:       SEWER & WATER DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                    2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                            --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION            ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

EXPENSES - WATER
  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  2-21-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE     42,262            46,780       44,100      29,198        42,200        43,500
  2-21-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF      37,412            37,995       39,600      24,863        39,000        46,500
  2-21-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE      25,549            26,903       27,800      17,975        27,400        27,500
  2-21-2-1500        UNIFORMS                          1,665             1,812        2,150       1,911         2,100         2,250
  2-21-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT PROGRAM          4,645             2,834        2,500         656         1,200         2,500
  2-21-2-2500        TRAINING                          1,380               780        2,000         389         1,600         2,000
  2-21-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                602               565          600            o          600           600
  2-21-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                   o              o               o         o            o
                                                                                                                                   °
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                             113,515           117,669      118,750       74,992      114,100       124,850

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  2-21-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                    1,689             1,604        1,300          289          900         1,000
  2-21-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                 2,713             8,075        6,000        4,738        6,000         6,000
  2-21-3-0500       TELEPHONE                          2,706             5,035        3,500        2,450        3,900         4,900
  2-21-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE/BOND          12,860            21,001        6,500          150       12,200        12,000
  2-21-3-1000       ELECTRICITY                      119,765           201,537      180,000      122,924      180,000       180,000
  2-21-3-1100       GAS                                6,331            19,123        8,000        1,012        6,700         8,000
  2-21-3-1200       GENERATOR FUEL                       451             6,576        1,500            o        1,550         1,700
  2-21-3-1500       TRAVEL                             1,049               582        1,700          165          500           100
  2-21-3-2000       POSTAGE                            2,545             2,133        2,000        1,760        2,000         2,000
  2-21-3-2100       PRINTING                             589               625        1,000          713          800         1,000
  2-21-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                          o             77       42,500          680       42,700           500
  2-21-3-2400       AUDIT FEE                          3,000             3,500        3,000        1,000        2,000         2,500
  2-21-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               4,000            12,463       15,100       12,690       15,100        26,100
  2-21-3-3100       IEPA WATER ANALYSIS                  502             4,431       14,000        2,476       14,000        14,000
  2-21-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE         2,104             4,801        4,000        2,114        3,100         3,500
  2-21-3-3600       WATER METERS                      10,163            18,927       31,000        2,402        5,500         6,000
  2-21-3-3700       REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES             1,863             1,666               o     5,155            o              o
  2-21-3-4200       CHEMICALS                         29,069            42,327       60,000       40,698       72,000        65,000
  2-21-3-4300       TREATMENT SALT                    65,885            99,880       80,000       47,282       83,000        80,000
  2-21-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                      1,025             1,189        1,000         (108)         150           500

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                         268,309           455,552      462,100      248,590      452,100       414,800

  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  2-21-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT               2,092             4,745        6,000        5,215        6,000         6,000
  2-21-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                       3,142             9,849        5,000        4,248        7,200         7,500
  2-21-4-0500       VEHICLE LABOR                        434               431        2,000        2,349        3,500         4,000
  2-21-4-0550       VEHICLE PARTS                        554                59               o       149          150              o
DATE: 03/13/2009                                       VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                               PAGE:   16
TIME: 11:09:29                                         DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                       FUND:       SEWER & WATER DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                    2009 --------------     --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                             --2007--           --2008--                     8 MO.                 REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION             ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED      ACTUAL    PROJECTED       BUDGET

EXPENSES - WATER
EXPENSES
  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  2-21-4-2500       WELLS                                   0                 0        2,500      254,393      255,000         2,500
  2-21-4-2550       WATER TREATMENT FACILITY           10,631            17,965       15,000       15,136       19,000        25,000
  2-21-4-2600       WELL HOUSES                         6,107             1,361        1,500          278        1,000         1,500
  2-21-4-2700       WATER MAINS                        12,444             5,330       10,000        6,198       10,000        10,000
  2-21-4-2750       SERVICE LINE REPAIRS                4,408             4,068        4,000        8,548        9,600         4,000
  2-21-4-2800       RESERVOIRS                          1,550             1,231        2,300        1,626        2,000         5,000
  2-21-4-2900       METERS                                  0                 0            0            0            0             0
  2-21-4-2910       METERS - RADIO REMOTE UNITS             0                 0            0            0            0             0
  2-21-4-3000       HYDRANTS                           14,865           (18,618)      15,000        5,475       12,000        15,000
                                                                                   -------------------------------------
TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                             56,227           26,421       63,300      303,615      325,450        80,500

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  2-21-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                         268               41               0         0            0             0
  2-21-5-0500       OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT           140            1,611               0         0            0             0
  2-21-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                 24,228           11,780               0         0            0        15,000
  2-21-5-2500       WATER & SEWER SYSTEM IMPROV         36,090           14,633               0         0            0             0
  2-21-5-2910       METERS - RADIO REMOTE               12,040                0               0         0            0             0
  2-21-5-4000       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS                 9,555                0               0         0            0             0
  2-21-5-4020       GIS PROGRAM                              0                0               0         0            0             0
                                                   ------------------------        -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                              82,321           28,065               0         0            0        15,000

  OPERATING TRANSFERS
  2-21-9-0100       TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND            35,000           35,000       35,000       17,500       35,000              0
  2-21-9-0200       TRANSFER TO VFF - CAPITAL          104,204                0            0            0            0              0
                                                   ------------------------        -------------------------------------
                                                                                      35,000       17,500       35,000
                                                                                                                             --------
                                                                                                                                   0
TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS                              139,204           35,000
TOTAL EXPENSES - WATER                               1,002,005        1,022,378    1,052,050      879,849    1,289,686       991,750



EXPENSES - WASTEWATER
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  2-22-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME              100,795          103,935      111,100       69,766      107,000       108,000
  2-22-1-1000        SALARIES-PART TIME                        o              o               o         o            o              o
  2-22-1-1300        SALARIES - SEASONAL                 2,212            1,506        5,500           36           50              o
  2-22-1-1600        OVERTIME                            7,605           10,367        7,700        5,411       10,000         6,500

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                               110,612          115,808      124,300       75,213      117,050       114,500
DATE: 03/13/2009                                      VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:   17
TIME: 11:09:29                                        DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                       FUND:       SEWER & WATER DEPARTMENT

                                                                                      -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                             --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION             ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

EXPENSES - WASTEWATER
  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  2-22-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE      13,349            14,687       16,500       10,593       14,400        17,000
  2-22-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF       11,851            12,097       12,400        7,969       12,400        15,100
  2-22-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE        8,405             8,644       10,000        5,772        8,900         9,300
  2-22-2-1500        CLOTHING ALLOWANCE                   526               621          750          799          800           700
  2-22-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT PROGRAM           3,371               958          500          475          500           750
  2-22-2-2500        TRAINING                              77                10          500            o          200           250
  2-22-2-3000        DUES-MEMBERSHIPS                      20                32          150            o            o              o
  2-22-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                    o              o               o                      o              o
                                                                                                        °
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                               37,599            37,049       40,800       25,608       37,200        43,100

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  2-22-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                     1,527             1,075        1,000          139          600         1,000
  2-22-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                     82             1,233        1,300        1,501        1,900         2,000
  2-22-3-0500       TELEPHONE                           2,706             3,573        2,500        1,489        2,200         3,600
  2-22-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE/BOND           19,318            25,550       11,000            o       21,000        11,000
  2-22-3-1000       ELECTRICITY                        39,038            11,271       32,000       10,331       15,000        32,000
  2-22-3-1100       GAS                                   609               824        7,000          243        1,500         7,000
  2-22-3-1200       GENERATOR FUEL                      2,093             1,235        2,000            o        1,400         1,600
  2-22-3-1500       TRAVEL                              1,076               524          950           13           13              o
  2-22-3-2000       POSTAGE                             2,330             2,015        1,500        1,000        1,200         1,500
  2-22-3-2100       PRINTING                                   o             87          250            o            o           150
  2-22-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                           o              o          500                         o           500
  2-22-3-2400       AUDIT FEE                           3,000             1,500        2,000            °
                                                                                                    1,000        1,500         1,500
  2-22-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                3,118             7,407       17,100        3,141       14,000        15,000
  2-22-3-3100       TREATMENT CHARGES                 658,919           546,064      550,000      318,843      500,000       500,000
  2-22-3-3200       WASTE WATER ANALYSIS                       o              o               o        30            o              o
  2-22-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE            761               883        1,000          111          500         4,500
  2-22-3-3700       REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES               (200)              309               o         o            o              o
  2-22-3-4200       CHEMICALS                                                 o               o         o            o              o
  2-22-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                         140  °            131          250            o            o              o
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                          734,517           603,681      630,350      337,841      560,813       581,350

  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  2-22-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT                1,708             1,742        2,000           64        1,800         2,000
  2-22-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                        3,042             9,829        6,000        4,248        7,200         6,500
  2-22-4-0400       VEHICLE BODY - LABOR                       o              o               o                      o              o
  2-22-4-0450
  2-22-4-0500
                    VEHICLE BODY - PARTS
                    VEHICLE MAl NT & REPAIRS LABOR        293  °              o
                                                                              o        2,500
                                                                                              o         °
                                                                                                        °
                                                                                                      149
                                                                                                                     o
                                                                                                                 1,200         2,500
                                                                                                                                    o
DATE: 03/13/2009                                           VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                 PAGE:   18
TIME: 11:09:29                                             DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000. WOW

                                                           FUND:      SEWER & WATER DEPARTMENT

                                                                                         -------------- 2009                      --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                                --2007--          --2008--                      8 MO.                   REQUESTED
  NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL            ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL       PROJECTED      BUDGET

EXPENSES - WASTEWATER
EXPENSES
  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  2-22-4-0550       VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIRS PARTS                4             102            0              0             0             0
  2-22-4-2910       METERS - RADIO REMOTE UNITS                  0               0            0              0             0             0
  2-22-4-4000       SANITARY SEWER                           2,407          26,334        5,000            283         1,000         5,000
  2-22-4-4500       LIFT STATIONS                           28,777          19,829       21,000         16,534        21,000        20,000
  2-22-4-4600       TREATMENT PLANT                              0               0            0              0             0             0
  2-22-4-4700       SEWAGE BACK-UP REIMBURSEMENTS            1,000               0            0              0             0             0
                                                       ------------------------        -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                                 37,231          57,836        36,500        21,278        32,200        36,000

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  2-22-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                          91,843             120               0            0            0              0
  2-22-5-0500       OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT               140               0               0            0            0              0
  2-22-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                     13,309           1,074               0            0            0              0
  2-22-5-4000       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS                         0             300               0            0            0              0
  2-22-5-4020       GIS PROGRAM                                  0               0               0            0            0              0
  2-22-5-5000       ADMIN. FEE-E. DUNDEE AGREEMENT               0               0               0            0            0              0
  2-22-5-9000       DEPRECIATION EXPENSE                         0               0               0            0            0              0
                                                       ------------------------        -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                 105,292           1,494               0            0            0              0

  DEBT SERVICE
  2-22-8-1000         SLUDGE MANAGEMENT DEBT SERVICE         7,126           6,054        35,502        17,750        35,502        35,502
  2-22-8-2000         CAPACITY PURCHASE DEBT SERVICE        24,980          22,051       106,065        53,032       106,065       106,065
  2-22-8-3000         HEAT EXCHANGER REPLACEMENT             5,895           3,693         5,898         7,386         7,387         7,387
  2-22-8-4000         AMMONIA REMOVAL IEPA LOAN                  0           5,712         5,712         2,856         5,712         5,712
                                                       ------------------------        -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE                                          38,001          37,510       153,177        81,024       154,666       154,666

  OPERATING TRANSFERS
  2-22-9-0100       TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND                35,000          35,000        35,000        17,500        35,000              0
  2-22-9-0200       TRANSFER TO VFF - CAPITAL              (13,553)              0             0             0             0              0
                                                       ------------------------        -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS                                   21,447          35,000        35,000        17,500        35,000             0
TOTAL EXPENSES - WASTEWATER                              1,084,699         888,378     1,020,127       558,464       936,929       929,616



TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE                       1,790,823       1,825,096     2,076,000     1,392,347     1,983,706     1,927,750
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                                      2,086,704       1,910,756     2,072,177     1,438,313     2,226,615     1,921,366
FUND SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                    (295,881)         (85,660)       3,823        (45,966)    (242,909)        6,384
DATE: 03/13/2009                                 VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                             PAGE:   19
TIME: 11:09:29                                   DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                  FUND:    MOTOR FUEL TAX DEPARTMENT

                                                                              -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                        --2007--        --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER                 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION      ACTUAL          ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                    413,000

REVENUES
  REVENUES
  3-00-0-1000        MOTOR FUEL TAX ALLOTMENT    220,105        211,604      207,000      132,257      188,030       191,700

TOTAL REVENUES                                   220,105        211,604      207,000      132,257      188,030       191,700

  FINANCE REVENUE
  3-00-6-0000        INTEREST INCOME               7,876          4,631        5,000        4,670        6,000         5,000

TOTAL FINANCE REVENUE                              7,876          4,631        5,000        4,670        6,000         5,000
TOTAL REVENUES:                                  227,981        216,235      212,000      136,927      194,030       196,700



EXPENDITURES - MOTOR FUEL TAX
EXPENSES
  OPERATING TRANSFERS
  3-23-9-1000       INTERFUND TRANSFERS          207,400        408,000      207,000      103,500      207,000       207,000

TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS                        207,400        408,000      207,000      103,500      207,000       207,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES - MOTOR FUEL TAX              207,400        408,000      207,000      103,500      207,000       207,000



TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE               227,981        216,235      212,000      136,927      194,030       609,700
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                              207,400        408,000      207,000      103,500      207,000       207,000
FUND SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                            20,581       (191,765)       5,000       33,427      (12,970)      402,700
DATE: 03/13/2009                                           VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                               PAGE:     20
TIME: 11:09:29                                             DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
10:   BP430000.WOW

                                                           FUND:       VILLAGE FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

                                                                                          -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                                 --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER                ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                                900,000
REVENUES
REVENUES
  REVENUES
  4-00-0-0100         REFERENDUM SALES TAX              2,633,772         2,473,471    2,475,000       1,444,043   2,315,000   2,200,000
  4-00-0-0200         PROPERTY TAX REVENUE SSA#3           29,965            35,107       35,000          34,991      35,000      35,000
  4-00-0-2600         BIKE GRANT REIMBURSEMENT                     o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-2610         RIVERWALK FOOTBRIDGE GRANT REI               o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3000         OTTO J. MAHA TRUST PROCEEDS                  o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3100         2002 BOND ISSUE PROCEEDS                     o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3150         2007 BOND ISSUE PROCEEDS            967,979                 o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3200         KANE COUNTY GRANT/ S. END PARK               o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3300         E. DUNDEE PROJECT LOAN                       o         24,000       24,000               o      24,000      24,000
  4-00-0-3700         REIMBURSEMENT REVENUE                        o          4,000            o               o           o              o
TOTAL REVENUES                                          3,631,716         2,536,578    2,534,000       1,479,034   2,374,000   2,259,000

  INTERFUND REVENUE
  4-00-3-0100         INTERFUND TRANSFER - GENERAL               0                0            0               0           0              o
  4-00-3-0200         TRANSFER TAP ON FEE REV               90,651                0            0               0           0              o
  4-00-3-0300         INTERFUND TRANSFER - MFT                   0          200,000            0               0           0              o
  4-00-3-0400         INTERFUND TRANSFER - COM. DEV.             0                0            0               0           0              o
TOTAL INTERFUND REVENUE                                     90,651          200,000            o               o           o              o
  VILLAGE DONATIONS
  4-00-5-0120       VLG DONATIONS - RIVERWLK & OWN            (862)             846        2,000             220         250            500

TOTAL VILLAGE DONATIONS                                       (862)             846        2,000             220         250            500

  FINANCE REVENUE
  4-00-6-0000         INTEREST INCOME                      144,668          113,594       15,000          30,538      40,000      25,000
                                                       ------------------------        -------------------------------------
TOTAL FINANCE REVENUE                                      144,668          113,594       15,000          30,538      40,000      25,000
TOTAL REVENUES: REVENUES                                 3,866,173        2,851,018    2,551,000       1,509,792   2,414,250   2,284,500



INTERFUND TRANSFERS - EXPENSES
EXPENSES
DATE: 03/13/2009                                          VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                               PAGE:   21
TIME: 11:09:29                                            DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                          FUND:       VILLAGE FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

                                                                                         -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                               --2007--            --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION               ACTUAL              ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

INTERFUND TRANSFERS - EXPENSES
  OPERATING TRANSFERS
  4-20-5-1000       OPERATING TRANSFER - S & W                    o              o            o             o           o              o
  4-20-5-7000       INTERFUND TRANSFER - DEBT SRV        836,362           774,573      825,363       187,681     834,607       824,050
  4-20-5-8000       INTERFUND TRANSFER - IEPA LOAN                o        442,401      442,402       221,200     442,402       445,962

TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS                                836,362         1,216,974    1,267,765       408,881   1,277,009     1,270,012
TOTAL INTERFUND TRANSFERS - EXPENSES                     836,362         1,216,974    1,267,765       408,881   1,277,009     1,270,012



UTILITY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
EXPENSES
  SEWER & WATER EXPENDITURES
  4-25-5-2200       WASTEWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS              0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-3200       UTILITY ENGINEERING DESIGN            23,402                 0        3,000        16,102      20,000              o
  4-25-5-4000       N/W WATER/SEWER MAIN-CONSTRUCT        5'0,000                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-4001       N/W WATER/SEWER MAIN- ENGINEER              0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-4002       N/W WATER/SEWER MAIN-OTHER CON              0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-5000       WATER TOWER - GENERAL CONST.                0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-5001       WATER TOWER - ENGINEERING SERV              0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-5002       WATER TOWER - OTHER CONTRACTS               0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-6000       WASTEWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT               0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-6100       WASTEWATER CAPACITY STUDY                   0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-6200       FORCEMAIN                            534,749                 0        2,500             0           0              o
  4-25-5-6201       FORCEMAIN ENGINEERING                       0              883        3,300             0           0              o
  4-25-5-7000       RANDALL ROAD WATER PLANT CONS.     2,135,435                 0            0         3,500     354,000              o
  4-25-5-7001       RANDALL WATER PLANT - ENGINERG       420,389                 0        4,500             0           0              o
  4-25-5-7002       RANDALL ROAD PLANT- OVERSIGHT         85,320                 0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-7003       RANDALL ROAD PLANT - OTHER CON        66,359                 0       30,000        25,764      40,000              o
  4-25-5-8051       E. DUNDEE PROJ.-CON. OVERSIGHT       247,500           250,000            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-8052       E. DUNDEE PLANT - ENG.                20,148                 0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-8500       OAKS LANE UTILITY EXTENSION                 0            1,950            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-8600       ROUTE 72 WIS EXTENSION-CONS                 0                0       60,000         6,515     150,000              o
  4-25-5-8610       ROUTE 72 WIS EXTENSION- ENG                 0            1,485        2,000         7,490       7,500              o
  4-25-5-9000       TRANSFER TO S & W FUND                      0                0            0             0           0              o
                                                     ------------------------         -------------------------------------
TOTAL SEWER & WATER EXPENDITURES                       3,583,302           254,318      105,300        59,371     571,500              o
TOTAL UTILITY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                     3,583,302           254,318      105,300        59,371     571,500              o
DOWNTOWN CAPITAL IMPROV PROJ
EXPENSES
DATE: 03/13/2009                                         VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:   22
TIME: 11:09:29                                           DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                          FUND:       VILLAGE FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

                                                                                         -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                                --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

DOWNTOWN CAPITAL IMPROV PROJ
  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  4-29-5-1000       DOWNTOWN    CAPITAL IMPR                      o              o            o            o            o              o
  4~29-5-1100       DOWNTOWN    - GENERAL CONTRACTOR              o              o            o            o            o              o
  4-29-5-1200       DOWNTOWN    - ENGINEERING DESIGN              o              o            o            o            o              o
  4-29-5-1300       DOWNTOWN    PARKING - ACQUISITION             o              o            o            o            o              o
  4-29-5-1700       DOWNTOWN    - IL DEPT OF TRANS                o              o            o            o            o              o
  4-29-5-1999       DOWNTOWN    - OTHER CONTRACTORS               o              o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                        o              o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL DOWNTOWN CAPITAL IMPROV PROJ                                o              o            o            o            o              o


STREETS & INFRASTRUCTURE
EXPENSES
  CAPITAL PROJECTS
  4-31-5-2008       FY 2007/08 STREET IMP. PROGRAM                o        560,370            o        5,265        5,266              o
  4-31-5-2009       FY 2008/09 STREET PROGRAM                     o              o      127,090       81,507       82,000              o
  4-31-5-2503       FY 2005/06 STREET PROGRAM-ENG.           739                 o            o            o            o              o
  4-31-5-2504       FY 2006/07 STREET PROGRAM-ENG         22,343                 o            o            o            o              o
  4-31-5-2505       FY 2007/08 STREET PROGRAM -ENG        33,119            46,452            o        1,099        1,100              o
  4-31-5-2506       FY 2008/09 STREET PROGRAM-ENG                 o         38,412            o            o            o              o
  4-31-5-3000       RESIDENTIAL/RT. 72 LIGHTING           13,163                 o            o            o            o              o
  4-31-5-3050       RT 72/31 INTERSECTION                 20,230            10,790       90,000        2,797       10,000       110,000
  4-31-5-3100       RT 72 STREETSCAPE                      9,742            15,559            o            o            o              o
  4-31-5-5000       HUNTLEY RD - ENGINEERING               9,444             4,231            o        2,282        5,000         5,000

TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS                                   108,780           675,814      217,090       92,950      103,366       115,000
TOTAL STREETS & INFRASTRUCTURE                           108,780           675,814      217,090       92,950      103,366       115,000



RIVERBANK STABILIZATION
EXPENSES
   RIVERBANK STABILIZATION
   4-37-5-1000       RIVERBANK STABILIZATION               1,125                 o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL RIVERBANK STABILIZATION                              1,125                 o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL RIVERBANK STABILIZATION                              1,125                 o            o            o            o              o
DOWNTOWN PARKING
EXPENSES
DATE: 03/13/2009                                            VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                              PAGE:   23
TIME: 11:09:29                                              DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000. WOW

                                                             FUND:       VILLAGE FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                         2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                                  --2007--           --2008--                    8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER                 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED     ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

DOWNTOWN PARKING
  DOWNTOWN
  4-38-5-1000         DOWNTOWN PARKING RECONSTR.                     o              o            o           o           o              o
  4-38-5-1200         DOWNTOWN PARKING - ENGINEERING                 o              o            o           o           o              o
TOTAL DOWNTOWN                                                       o              o            o           o           o              o
TOTAL DOWNTOWN PARKING                                               o              o            o           o           o              o


PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER
EXPENSES
  PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER #2
  4-39-5-1500        PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER      #l~DESIGN             o         15,261            o           o           o              o
TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER #2                                        o         15,261            o           o           o              o
TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER                                           o         15,261            o           o           o              o


SPECIAL SERVICE AREA #3
EXPENSES
  CAPITAL EXPENDIURES
  4-40-5-1000       SSA #3 EXPENDITURES                              o              o            o           o           o              o
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDIURES                                            o              o            o           o           o              o
TOTAL SPECIAL SERVICE AREA #3                                        o              o            o           o           o              o


VILLAGE IMPROVEMENTS
EXPENSES
  CAPITAL IMP.
  4-41-5-1000        VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT/DECORATION          21,453             6,210            o       6,922       7,000              o
  4-41-5-1200        VILLAGE HALL IMPROVEMENTS                       o            500            o           o           o              o
  4-41-5-1300        STRATEGIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION                   o              o      100,000           o           o              o
TOTAL CAPITAL IMP.                                           21,453             6,710      100,000       6,922       7,000              o
TOTAL VILLAGE IMPROVEMENTS                                   21,453             6,710      100,000       6,922       7,000              o
DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP
EXPENSES
DATE: 03/13/2009                                         VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                             PAGE:   24
TIME: 11:09:29                                           DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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                                                         FUND:     VILLAGE FACILITIES DEPARTMENT

                                                                                      -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                              --2007--          --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION               ACTUAL            ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP
  DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP
  4-42-5-1000       ADMINISTRATION/FINANCE                    0               0            0               0           0            0
  4-42-5-1100       POLICE DEPART OPERATING EQUIP             0               0            0               0           0            0
  4-42-5-1200       FIRE DEPART OPERATING EQUIP         119,075               0            0               0           0            0
  4-42-5-1300       STREET DEPART OPERATING EQUIP        81,163               0            0         128,588     128,588            0
  4-42-5-1400       BLDG/GROUNDS OPERATING EQUIP              0               0            0               0           0            0
                                                    ------------------------       -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP                      200,238               0            0         128,588     128,588            0
TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP                      200,238               0            0         128,588     128,588            0



TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE                    3,866,173       2,851,018    2,551,000       1,509,792   2,414,250   3,184,500
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                                   4,751,260       2,169,077    1,690,155         696,712   2,087,463   1,385,012
FUND SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                 (885,087)        681,941      860,845         813,080     326,787   1,799,488
DATE: 03/13/2009                                          VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                             PAGE:   25
TIME: 11,09,29                                            DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000.WOW

                                                           FUND:    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND

                                                                                       -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                                --2007--         --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER                 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION              ACTUAL           ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                             425,000

REVENUES
  INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE
  5-00-0-0100       REFERENDUM SALES TAX               1,316,886       1,236,736    1,260,000      722,021    1,150,000     1,100,000
  5-00-0-3150       2008 G.O. NOTE - FIRST AM BANK             0               0            0    2,997,250    2,997,250             0
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE                         1,316,886      1,236,736    1,260,000    3,719,271    4,147,250     1,100,000

  FINANCE REVENUE
  5-00-6-0000        INTEREST INCOME                      108,858        113,053       25,000      163,919      200,000        25,000
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL FINANCE REVENUE                                     108,858        113,053       25,000      163,919      200,000        25,000

  OTHER REVENUES
  5-00-8-1000        HERITAGE FEST REVENUES                60,615         62,713       55,000       32,878       32,878        55,000
  5-00-8-2000        DICKENS IN DUNDEE REVENUES             1,747            640        2,000        2,586        2,586         2,000
  5-00-8-4000        NATIONAL NIGHT OUT REVENUES                0          7,474       10,000       12,008       12,008             0
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL OTHER REVENUES                                       62,362         70,827       67,000       47,472       47,472        57,000
TOTAL REVENUES:                                         1,488,106      1,420,616    1,352,000    3,930,662    4,394,722     1,182,000
EXPENSES
  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  5-00-3-3500        VILLAGE AND COMMUNITY EVENTS           9,244          9,629       15,500        6,716        6,716        10,000
  5-00-3-3600        HERITAGE FEST EXPENSES                56,295         60,991       55,000       50,582       53,000        55,000
  5-00-3-3610        DICKENS IN DUNDEE EXPENSES             4,438          6,015        5,000        4,692        4,692         5,000
  5-00-3-3620        NATIONAL NIGHT OUT EXPENSES                0          7,554       10,000        8,424        8,424             0
  5-00-3-3670        ECON. DEV. -COMP PLAN-MARKETNG             0              0            0        2,365        2,365             0
  5-00-3-3800        ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE       227,584        356,800      200,000      100,000      200,000       100,000
  5-00-3-7300        ATTORNEY FEES                              0            225            0            0            0             0
  5-00-3-8000        SPRINGHILL GATEWAY TIF                     0              0    2,500,000            0    4,000,000             0
  5-00-3-9000        LAND ACQUISITION                           0              0            0            0      850,000             0
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                              297,561        441,214    2,785,500      172,779    5,125,197       170,000

  TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
  5-00-4-0100       TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND              475,000        550,000      750,000      375,000      750,000       650,000
  5-00-4-1000       TRANSFER TO CAPITAL PROJECTS                0              0            0            0            0             0
  5-00-4-2000       TRANSFER TO TIF #2                          0              0            0            0            0             0
  5-00-4-5000       TRANSFER - DEBT SERVICE                     0              0            0            0      177,550       213,064
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS                            475,000        550,000      750,000      375,000      927,550       863,064
DATE: 03/13/2009                              VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                              PAGE:   26
TIME: 11,09,29                                DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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                                               FUND:    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND

                                                                            -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                    --2007--         --2008--                       8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION    ACTUAL           ACTUAL        BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

TOTAL                                         772,561        991,214    3,535,500        547,779   6,052,747     1,033,064



TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE          1,488,106      1,420,616     1,352,000     3,930,662    4,394,722    1,607,000
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                           772,561        991,214     3,535,500       547,779    6,052,747    1,033,064
FUND SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                        715,545        429,402    (2,183, SOD)   3,382,883   (1,658,025)     573,936
DATE: 03/13/2009                                           VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:   27
TIME: 11,09,29                                             DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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                                                            FUND:       DEBT SERVICE DEPARTMENT

                                                                                           -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                                --2007--           --2008--                       8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER                 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION              ACTUAL             ACTUAL        BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                                        o
OPERATING TRANSFERS
REVENUES
  INTERFUND REVENUE
  6-20-5-1000       OPERATING TRANSFER FROM FUND 1                  o              o              o           o           o              o
  6-20-5-4000       OPERATING TRANSFER FROM FUND 4         836,362           774,573    1,267,765             o   1,277,021     1,270,012
  6-20-5-5000       OPERATING TRANSFER - FUND 5                     o              o              o           o     177,553       213,064

TOTAL INTER FUND REVENUE                                   836,362           774,573    1,267,765             o   1,454,574     1,483,076
TOTAL REVENUES: OPERATING TRANSFERS                        836,362           774,573    1,267,765             o   1,454,574     1,483,076




EXPENSES
       UNDEFINED CODE
  6-00-4-1000       TRANSFER TO TIF #2                              o              o              o           o           o              o
TOTAL       UNDEFINED CODE                                          o              o              o           o           o              o
TOTAL                                                               o              o              o           o           o              o


DEBT SERVICE
EXPENSES
  VFF DEBT SERVICE
  6-14-8-0200         GOB 1992 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT              0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0210         GOB 1992 INTEREST EXPENSE                  0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0500         GOB 1995 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT              0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0510         GOB 1995 INTEREST EXPENSE                  0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0600         NOTE 1996 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT             0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0610         NOTE 1996 INTEREST EXPENSE                 0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0700         GOB 2002 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT        425,000           435,000      450,000       450,000     450,000       465,000
  6-14-8-0800         GOB 2007 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT              0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-7010         GOB 2002 INTEREST EXPENSE            411,362            87,225       72,544        72,543      72,554        56,231
  6-14-8-7020         GOB 2007 INTEREST EXPENSE                  0           252,348      302,819       312,064     312,065       302,819
  6-14-8-7030         2008 FAB NOTE PRINCIPAL RETIRE             0                 0            0        51,026      85,492       106,155
  6-14-8-7040         2008 FAM NOTE INTEREST EXPENSE             0                 0            0        46,259      92,061       106,909
  6-14-8-8000         IEPA LOAN REPAYMENT                        0                 0      277,735       139,730     277,735       288,281
  6-14-8-8010         IEPA LOAN - INTEREST                       0                 0      164,667        81,470     164,667       157,681
  6-14-8-9000         BOND PAYMENT FEES                          0                 0            0             0           0             0
                                                       ------------------------         -------------------------~-----------     --------
TOTAL VFF DEBT SERVICE                                     836,362           774,573    1,267,765     1,153,092   1,454,574     1,483,076
DATE: 03/13/2009                            VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                  PAGE:   28
TIME: 11:09:29                              DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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                                             FUND:       DEBT SERVICE DEPARTMENT

                                                                                             2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                   --2007--           --2008--                        8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION    ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED         ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE                          836,362           774,573    1,267,765     1,153,092     1,454,574     1,483,076



TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE          836,362           774,573    1,267,765              o    1,454,574     1,483,076
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                         836,362           774,573    1,267,765      1,153,092    1,454,574     1,483,076
FUND SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                               o              o              o   (1,153,092)           o              o
GENERAL FUND
  REVENUES

2009/10 BUDGET
DATE: 03/12/2009                                            VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:      1
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                                                             FUND:    GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT

                                                                                                           2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                                  ~-2007-­        --2008--                         8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER                ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL           ACTUAL       BUDGETED          ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                                         o
REVENUES
  PROPERTY TAXES
  1-00-1-1490          GENERAL CORPORATE                    303,232        418,775      553,100         552,577      552,578       911,000
  1-00-1-1500          LIABILITY INSURANCE                  499,090        524,910      575,000         574,458      574,459       575,000
  1-00-1-1600          POLICE PENSION                       348,778        354,952      324,000         332,507      332,507       359,800
  1-00-1-1700          SOCIAL SECURITY                      304,685        319,847      339,400         330,272      330,273       339,400
  1-00-1-1800          IMRF                                 120,301        134,125      133,500         133,376      133,376       160,200
  1-00-1-1900          FIRE PENSION                         246,174        241,978      250,000         249,766      249,767       266,600
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------
TOTAL PROPERTY TAXES                                      1,822,260      1,994,587    2,175,000       2,172,956    2,172,960     2,612,000

  INTERGOVERNMENTAL    REVENUE
  1-00-2-0000          STATE SALES TAX                    3,029,822      2,920,526    2,860,000       1,699,350    2,630,000     2,500,000
  1-00-2-0500          STATE INCOME TAX                     627,644        685,612      675,000         478,953      690,000       675,000
  1-00-2-1000          PERS. PROPERTY REPLACEMENT TAX        11,309         12,912       13,800           5,910       13,000        12,000
  1-00-2-1100          TOWNSHIP ROAD FUND                    86,001         88,671       90,000          82,618       82,619        83,000
  1-00-2-1200          LOCAL USE TAX                         94,194        102,031       94,750          71,948      102,700       102,700
  1-00-2-2600          FOREIGN FIRE INSURANCE                 4,419          4,670        4,700           5,870        5,870         5,500
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------
TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE                           3,853,389      3/814,422    3,738,250       2,344,649    3,524,189     3,378,200

  INTERFUND TRANSFERS - REVENUES
  1-00-3-0200       SEWER AND WATER FUND                     70,000         70,000       70,000          35,000       70,000              o
  1-00-3-0300       MOTOR FUEL TAX                          207,400        208,000      207,000         103,500      188,000       207,000
  1-00-3-0400       COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND              475,000        550,000      750,000         375,000      750,000       650,000
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------
TOTAL INTERFUND TRANSFERS - REVENUES                        752,400        828,000    1,027,000         513,500    1,008,000       857,000

  LICENSES
  1-00-4-0000          BUSINESS LICENSES                     49,168         42,325       40,000          18,375       45,000        50,000
  1-00-4-0500          LIQUOR AND BARTENDERS LICENSES        45,560         54,360       50,000           2,450       55,000        55,000
  1-00-4-1500          ANIMAL LICENSES                        1,328          4,581        3,000           2,629        4,000         4,000
                                                                                      -------------------------------------
TOTAL LICENSES                                               96,056        101,266       93,000          23,454      104,000       109,000

  DEVELOPMENT REVENUE
  1-00-5-0000       BUILDING PERMITS                        295,596         93,910      115,000          89,712      125,000       135,000
  1-00-5-0100       DEVELOPMENT PERMITS                           0              0            0               0            0              o
  1-00-5-0110       BLDG PERMITS/ NEW CONSTRUCTION                0              0            0          30,000       35,000              o
  1-00-5-0120       MUNICIPAL DONATION                       84,707         11,775            0               0        2,500              o
DATE: 03/12/2009
TIME: 15:43:07
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                                                                                                                                                I
  ACCOUNT
  NUMBER                ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION
                                                           --2007--
                                                            ACTUAL
                                                                           --2008--
                                                                            ACTUAL       BUDGETED
                                                                                                         2009 --------------
                                                                                                          8 MO.
                                                                                                         ACTUAL    PROJECTED
                                                                                                                                --2010--
                                                                                                                               REQUESTED
                                                                                                                                  BUDGET
                                                                                                                                               "'
REVENUES
  DEVELOPMENT REVENUE
  1-00-5-0200       CASH\LAND DONATION                            0              0            0             0            0             0
  1-00-5-0500       PLAN REVIEW                              66,301         26,940       50,000        32,461       45,000        50,000
  1-00-5-1000       INSPECTIONS                               3,250          2,152        3,000         2,665        4,000         4,000
  1-00-5-1500       PETITION FEES                             5,112          7,183        6,500         3,250        5,000         6,500
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL DEVELOPMENT REVENUE                                   454,966        141,960      174,500       158,088      216,500       195,500

  FINANCE REVENUE
  1-00-6-0000          INTEREST INCOME                      114,081         67,985       75,000        36,179       50,000        50,000
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL FINANCE REVENUE                                       114,081         67,985       75,000        36,179       50,000        50,000

  FINES
  1-00-7-0500          COURT FINES                          143,912        118,029      150,000       118,432      175,000       250,000
  1-00-7-0600          ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING FEE          1,005         12,870       18,000         8,200       12,000        12,000
  1-00-7-1000          ALARM SERVICE CHARGE                  21,165         10,535       10,000        10,000       12,500        12,500
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL FINES                                                 166,082        141,434      178,000       136,632      199,500       274,500

  OTHER REVENUES
  1-00-8-0500          HOTEL/MOTEL REVENUE                  143,449        146,822      175,000       130,693      180,000       275,000
  1-00-8-1000          AMBULANCE FEE                        131,138        125,021      125,000        97,630      140,000       143,000
  1-00-8-2000          RENTAL PROPERTY                       53,498         56,004       55,000        35,518       55,000        85,000
  1-00-8-2200          TICKET SURCHARGE                       1,194          1,755        1,500             0        1,500         1,500
  1-00-8-2500          FRANCHISE FEE                         82,260        114,425       95,000        46,302       93,000        95,000
  1-00-8-2550          TELECOMM. INFRAS. FRANCHSE FEE        57,608         53,000       58,000        40,348       58,000        60,000
  1-00-8-3700          REIMBURSED REVENUE - GENERAL               0              0            0             0            0             0
  1-00-8-3712          REIMBURSED REVENUE - ADMIN                 0              0            0             0            0             0
  1-00-8-3714          REIMBURSED REVENUE - POLICE                0         30,503            0        31,625       31,625             0
  1-00-8-3715          REIMBURSED REVENUE - FIRE                  0              0            0             0            0             0
  1-00-8-371 7         REIMBURSED REVENUE - PW                    0              0            0             0            0             0
  1-00-8-3720          REIMBURSED REVENUE - PENSION               0        (28,989)           0       (29,577 )          0             0
  1-00-8-4000          MISCELLANEOUS                         68,476        108,266       65,000        54,761       70,000        75,000
  1-00-8-4200          INSURANCE SUBROGATION PROCEEDS             0         28,643            0             0            0             0
  1-00-8-4300          FEMA REIMBURSEMENT                         0         64,821            0             0            0             0
  1-00-8-6000          SALE OF PROMOTIONAL ITEMS                 47            384          250             0            0             0
  1-00-8-7000          RECYCLING BINS                           496             16            0             0            0             0
  1-00-8-7100          RECYCLING REVENUE                          0         13,495       24,000        10,809       16,000        16,000
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL OTHER REVENUES                                        538,166        714,166      598,750       418,109      645,125       750,500
DATE: 03/12/2009                             VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:      3
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 ACCOUNT
 NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION
                                           --2007--
                                            ACTUAL
                                                            --2008--
                                                             ACTUAL       BUDGETED
                                                                                            2009 --------------
                                                                                             8 MO.
                                                                                            ACTUAL    PROJECTED
                                                                                                                   --2010--
                                                                                                                  REQUESTED
                                                                                                                     BUDGET       "
TOTAL REVENUES:                            7,797,400      7,803,820    8,059,500       5,803,567    7,920,274     8,226,700




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GENERAL OPERATIONS FUND

REVENUES

          PROPERTY TAXES

1-00-1-1490        General Corporate

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09110 Re nest
$ 303,233               $ 418,775               $ 553,100                                        $911,000

Based on the Tax Levy Ordinance approved by the Village Board in December, 2008, $911,000 is anticipated to
be received in General corporate property taxes for FY 2009/10. These funds will offset the Village's
refuselrecycling collection services that are provided to the residents free ofcharge. The total anticipated cost for
the refuselrecycling program for the 2009/10 budget year is approximately $494,000.

1-00-1-1500        Liability Insurance


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 499,091               $524,911                $575,000


Based on the Tax Levy Ordinance approved by the Village Board in December, 2008, $575,000 is anticipated to
be received in Liability Insurance property taxes for FY 200911 O. These funds will help offset the Village's cost of
its Comprehensive Insurance Business Package through the Intergovernmental Risk Management Agency
(IRMA). The contribution rate for 2009 was $3.12 per $100 ofRevenue Base which equates to a base premium of
$379,994. Due to the fact that the Village has a $50,000 deductible amount, a credit in the amount of$91,644 has
been received, however, funds may be needed in the future in the event that one or more claims that the Village is
responsible for exceeds the $50,000 threshold.

1-00-1-1600        Police Pension


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 348,778               $ 354,953               $ 324,000


Based on the Tax Levy Ordinance approved by the Village Board in December, 2008, $359,800 is anticipated to
be received in Police Pension property taxes for FY 2009110. This levy amount is based on the recommendation
by an independent actuary to fund future pension obligations of the Police Pension Fund. Based on the weak
investment returns that have been realized this past year, there is a $27,000 increase in this line item for the
upcoming year.

1-00-1-1700        Social Security


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Budget
$ 304,685               $ 319,848               $ 339,400

Based on the Tax Levy Ordinance approved by the Village Board in December, 2008, $339,400 is anticipated to
be received in Social Security property taxes for FY 2009/10. This levy amount is based on the federal mandated
requirement to fund the FICAIMedicare Programs. The levy of$339,400 will fund the majority, but not all ofthe
anticipated expenditures for the 200911 0 budget year.




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                                                                                                                        1- 00 /J
1-00-1-1800         IMRF


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 120,302               $ 134,126               $ 133,500

Based on the Tax Levy Ordinance approved by the Village Board in December, 2008, $160,200 is anticipated to
be received in IMRF property taxes for FY 2009/10. This levy amount is based on the State mandated
requirement to fund the IMRF Program. For participating employees, the Village's required rate is 10.31% of
gross payroll (down from last year's required rate of 10.36%). However, the rate that will go into effect January
01, 20I0 has not yet been released and due to the significant investment losses the Fund has experienced this past
year, a significant increase is anticipated for the next and future years.

1-00-1-1900        Fire Pension


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09110 Ruest
$ 246,174               $ 241,978               $ 250,000                                        $266,600


Based on the Tax Levy Ordinance approved by the Village Board in December, 2008, $266,600 is anticipated to
be received in Fire Pension property taxes for FY 2009/10. This levy amount is based on a review ofthe Fund's
future obligations by an independent actuary and represents an approximate 8% increase from last year's actuarial
recommendation.


          INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE


1-00-2-0000        State Sales Tax


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Budget         FY 08/09 Projected       FY 09/10 Request
$3,029,822              $2,920,526              $ 2,860,000             $2,630,000               $2,500,000


This line item represents the collections received from the Village's portion of the State sales tax. Sales tax is
imposed on a seller's receipts from sales of tangible personal property for use or consumption. The fundamental
rate for Kane County to 6.50%. Local governments receive 20% ofthe base State tax rate of6.25% from the sale
of general merchandise and 100% of the collections from qualifYing food, drugs, and medical appliances. The
amount included in the FY 2009/10 budget represents a 5% decrease from the projected amount for FY 2008/09.
As historically been done, this line item is closely monitored througbout the fiscal year and the Board will be
apprised ofany recornmended modifications to it.

1-00-2-0500        State Income Tax


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$627,644                $ 685,612               $ 675,000


The Illinois Income Tax is imposed on every individual, corporation, trust and estate earning or receiving income
in Illinois. The Illinois Income Tax is based, to a large extent, on the federal Internal Revenue Code and the rate is
3% of net income. Beginning with FY 96, 1/10 of net income taxes are distributed to the units of local
government on a per capita basis. It is anticipated that this amount per capita for FY 2009110 will be $92.40. This
amount is 2.6% lower that the actual amount received in FY 2008/09.




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1-00-2-1000        Personal Property Replacement Tax


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$11,310                 $ 12,912                $13,800


The 1970 Illinois Constitution directed the legislature to abolish personal property taxes and replace the revenue
lost by local governments and school districts. As a result, the Personal Property Tax Replacement Income Tax
was imposed on the income of corporations at the rate of2.5%. 48.35% of the income collected at the State level
is distributed to local governments outside of Cook County on a per capita basis. The State of Illinois is projecting
a decrease of 12.6% for the upcoming fiscal year.

1-00-2-1100        Township Road Fund


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Budget         FY 08/09 Projected      FY 09/10 Request
$ 86,002               $ 88,671                $90,000                 $82,619                 $83,000


Dundee Township levies and receives taxes for a Road and Bridge Fund. The Township, in tum, distributes 50%
ofthe monies it collects from this revenue source back to the municipalities.

1-00-2-1200        Local Use Tax

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 94,194                $ 102,031              $94,750



Municipalities receive a 20% share oftitled or registered items of tangible personal property from the State's Use
Tax. Municipalities also receive the equivalent of 16% of the total use tax on out-of-state purchases or registered
general merchandise for which the title or registration address of record is within their boundaries. The 2009/10
estimate on a per capita basis is $14.10.



1-00-2-2600        Foreign Fire Insurance


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 4,419                 $4,670                 $4,700


The State assesses a foreign fire tax on insurance companies whose home offices are located outside ofIllinois and
write policies on properties located within the State. This tax is collected on the behalf of the units of local
government by the Illinois Municipal League which charges a small percentage ofthe collections as their fee.




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         INTERFUND TRANSFERS


1-00-3-0200        Sewer and Water Fund


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 70,000                $70,000                 $70,000


Historically $70,000 has been budgeted to be received from Fund 2 (Water and Sewer Utility Fund) as a
reimbursement to Fund I (General Operations) for services such as billing, collection, accounts payable, and
management oversight. For fiscal year 2009/10, due to budgetary issues within the Water and Sewer Fund, we are
recommending that the transfer for 2009/10 not be performed.


1-00-3-0300        Motor Fuel Tax


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 207,400               $208,000                $207,000


Included in the FY 2008/09 budget is a transfer of $275,000 from Fund 3 (Motor Fuel Tax) to Fund I (General
Operations Fund). This is the anticipated amount of Motor Fuel Tax revenues that the Village will receive in
200911 0 plus an additional $83,000 due to the cost overages associated with the 2008/09 winter season.. The FY
2008/09 estimate ofMotor Fuel Taxes is based on a per capita amount of$26.30.

1-00-3-0400        Community Development Fund


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$475,000                $ 550,000               $750,000


Included in the FY 2009/10 budget is a requested operating transfer of $650,000 to be received from the
Community Development Fund. Proceeds from this Fund (derived from the additional Y, of I% sales tax that was
implemented in 2004 are to be reviewed on an annual basis and approved by the Village Board. The 200911 0
operating transfer is a decrease from the amount approved in FY 2008/09..

         LICENSES


1-00-4-0000        Business Licenses


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 49,168                $ 42,325                $ 40,000


Based on the business licensing requirements for the Village, all business (including rental properties) are required
to register with the Village and pay an annual fee of $35. Businesses that sell food and/or tobacco products are
also charged extra fees. (Note: home-based businesses are exempt from registration). It is estimated that 560
licenses will be issued for the 2009/10 fiscal year. Our current data base indicates that there are approximately
400 businesses currently registered within the Village.




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1-00-4-0500       Liquor and Bartenders Licenses


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual       FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 45,560               $ 54,360              $ 50,000


Anticipated Liquor Licenses for FY 2009/10 include:
#1       Olive Garden                AAA               $2,200
#2       VFW                         D                 $ 850
#3       Red Lobster                 A                 $1,700
#4       Not Issued
#5       Not Issued
#6       MTBarreis                  FIE                $2,900
#7       Route 31 Deli               C                 $ 900
#8       "R" Bar and Grill          A                  $1,700
#9       Dundee Supennart            C                 $1,200
#10      Pizza Hut                   B                 $1,200
#11      Village Squire             AlE                $2,150
#12      Regina's                   A                  $1,700
#13      Randall Oaks GolfClub       G                 $ 850
#14      China Palace               A                  $1,700
#15      7-Eleven                   CCC                $ 900
#16      Osco                       C                  $1,200
#17      Chili's                    A                  $1,700
#18      Francesca's Campagna       A                  $1,700
#19      Hammerhead's Billiards     A                  $1,700
#20      ThomtonOil                 CCC                $ 900
#21      Emmett's Tavern            FIE                $2,950
#22      Marriott Courtyard         A                  $1,700
#23      Dominick's Pizzeria        B                  $1,200
#24      Clearwater Productions     G                  $3,450
#25      RomeeCafe                  B                  $1,200
#26      Chipotle                   AlE                $2,100
#27      Maxwell's Hot Dogs         B                  $1,200

In addition, the Village requires all bartenders operating in the Village be registered. The current fee for a
bartender's license is $10 per year.



1-00-4-1500       Animal Licenses


FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,329               $ 4,582                $3,000

By Village Ordinance, dogs (over four months of age) must be licensed by the Village. Licenses are issued on
either a I year ($10) or 3 year ($20) basis. Proofofa valid rabies inoculation is required at time of issuance.




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         DEVELOPMENT REVENUE


1-00-5-0000        Building Pennits


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 295,597              $ 93,910                $ 115,000


All fees generated by the Building Inspections Department for existing construction (commercial and residential)
are deposited into 1-00-5-0000. These fees consist of building pennits remodelingladditions to existing structures
within the Village.


1-00-5-0110        Building PennitslNew Construction


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$0                     $0                      $0                                             $0


This line item is used to track all building pennit revenue for NEW construction in the Village. Because this
dollar amount has fluctuated greatly in recent years, no dollar figure has been included in the budget. By so
doing, we will not consider this source ofanticipated revenue as an operating revenue source for the General Fund
and as anticipated funds become available, we will report this amount to the Village Board as part ofthe Quarterly
Financial Report and at that point in time, make recommendations as to the expenditures ofthese one-time
revenue sources.


1-00-5-0120        Municipal Donation


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et        FY 08/09 Pro·ected      FY 09/10 Re nest
$ 84,708               $11,776                 $0                     $2,500                  $0


New construction occurring within the Village are assessed an development impact fee. Like line item 1-00-5-
0110, we will no longer be included revenues for Municipal Donations as an operating source for the General
Fund. As anticipated funds become available, we will report this amount to the Village Board as part ofthe
Quarterly Financial Report and at that point in time, make recommendations as to the expenditures ofthese one-
time revenue sources.


1-00-5-0500        Plan Review


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                               FY 09/10Re
$ 66,302               $ 26,941                $ 50,000                                      $50,000


Development occurring within the Village is assessed a plan review fee based on its type and size. Depending
upon the submittal, review is performed either in-house or by an outside firm. The costs associated with an
outside agency performing a plan review are charged to 1-16-3-3100




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1-00-5-1000        Inspections


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 3,250                 $2,153                 $ 3,000


By Ordinance, all elevators within the Village must be inspected annually and certified as to their safety.
Inspections and certifications are performed by an outside contractor. Currently, the Village charges $45 for each
elevator.


1-00-5-1500        Petition Fees


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 5,112                $7,183                  $ 6,500                                         $6,500


This line item is comprised offees associated with projects requiring Appearance Review ($25) or zoning changes
($250).

         FINANCE REVENUE

1-00-6-0000        Interest Income

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 114,081              $67,986                 $ 75,000


Excess cash available in Fund I is invested in various money market accounts or Certificates ofDeposits (up to 24
months) in order to maximize interest income. Due to a significant decrease in interest rates and a decline in the
available funds for investmen~ this line item is being reduced by $25,000 for the upcoming fiscal year.

         FINES

1-00-7-0500        Court Fines


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 143,913              $ 118,029               $ 150,000


Parking and traffic tickets issued by the West Dundee Police Department as well as fines assessed for local
Ordinance violations are deposited into this line item. This line item will increase in the upcoming year due to the
implementation of "Operation Red Lighf' .


1-00-7-0600        Administrative Processing Fee


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bu             FY 08/09 Pro'ected
$ 1,005                $ 12,870                $ 18,000                $12,000

Implemented in FY 2007. a $30.00 Administrative Processing Fee is charged for arrestslcharges made by the West
Dundee Police Department. Approximately 400 arrests are made in the Village on an annual basis.



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1-00-7-1000        Alarm Service Charge

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 21,165               $ 10,535                $ 10,000


Business having security alarms are allowed three "false alarms" per year. After that, a $50 fee is assessed for the
4fu and 5fu false alarm and a $100 fee for every false alarm in excess of 5 per year.


         OTHER REVENUES


1-00-8-0500        HoteIJMotel Revenue


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 143,449              $ 146,823               $ 175,000                                       $275,000



As part of the development agreement with the Marriott Corporation, the Village authorized a hotel tax for that
project (6% of room rental rate) and in return, the Village rebates 50% of the proceeds back to the Marriott
Corporation for a ten year period. As of January 01, 2009, this rebate period has expired and the Village is now
retaining 100% ofthe tax collected. The net amount to be received by the Village for FY 09/10 is estimated to be
$275,000.


1-00-8-1000        Ambulance Fee


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 131,138              $ 125,021               $ 125,000



The West Dundee Fire Department responds to all medical emergencies occurring within the Village. The fee
structure is:

         $500      ALS - Base Level I           ($525 fornon-resident)
         $600      ALS - Base Level 2           ($650 for non-resident)
         $350      BLS                          ($425 for non-resident)


1-00-8-2000        Rental Property


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 53,498               $ 56,004                $ 55,000



TIlis line item consists ofthe rental ofspace on the Village's water towers to telecommunications companies as
well as the lease on 98 Oregon to the Cubbyhole (former Public Works Building). The increase for 2009/10 is
due to the recently negotiated lease agreement between the Village and Cricket Communications.




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1-00-8-2200        Ticket Surcharge


FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et        FY 08/09 Pro'ected
$ 1,195                $ 1,755                 $ 1,500                $1,500



1-00-8-2500        Franchise Fee


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 82,260               $ 114,425               $ 95,000


Included in this line-item is the exclusive franchise fee the Village has negotiated with AT&T (now known as
Comcast).


1-00-8-2550        Telecommunications Infrastructure Maintenance Fee


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 57,609               $ 53,001                $ 58,000


The State of lllinois currently allows a tax of up to 5% for telecommunication charges. The Village's tax rate is
currently 1%.


1-00-8-4000        Miscellaneous


FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 68,476               $ 108,267               $ 65,000


Sales of used vehicles and other surplus equipmen~ copy fees, sale ofthe Subdivision Ordinance and zoning maps
are credited to 1-00-8-4000. Also included in this line item is the revenues to be received from the Village ofEast
Dundee pertaining to the Intergovemmental Agreement for computer services.


1-00-8-4200        Insurance Subrogation Proceeds


FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $ 28,643                $0

This line-item was created in FY 07/08 in order to track any insurance subrogation revenues received from IRMA
after a previous fiscal year has been closed out. No funds are anticipated to be received, however, if subrogation
proceeds materialize, they will be deposited into this line-item.




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1-00-8-7100       Recycling Revenue


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $ 13,496               $ 24,000

As part ofthe Village's contract with Allied Waste Systems, the Village is to receive 50% ofthe revenue received
from the collection of the curbside recycling program in West Dundee. Based on current collection volumes and
the market value ofthe materials collected, we anticipate receiving $16,000 per year.




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   GENERAL FUND
LEGISLATIVE DIVISION

   2009/10 BUDGET
DATE: 03/11/2009                                      VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:      1
TIME: 09:29:51                                        DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
IO:   BP430000. wow

                                                       FUND:       GENERAL OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
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                                                                                                     2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                            --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED       ........
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION             ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

LEGISLATION DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-11-1-0100        SALARIES - ELECT OFFICIALS        26,310            37,080       36,000       25,960       37,000        36,000
  1-11-1-1000        SALARIES - PART TIME                 425               450        1,000          300          500         1,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                               26,735            37,530       37,000       26,260       37,500        37,000

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-11-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF          266               315          300          225          300           300
  1-11-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE        1,453             2,845        2,800        1,940        2,800         2,800
  1-11-2-2500        TRAINING                             210             5,114          500          184          250           500
  1-11-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS               5,161               919        6,000        3,754        4,000         6,000
  1-11-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                    o              o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                                7,090             9,193        9,600        6,103        7,350         9,600

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-11-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE & BONDS         5,165             7,967        2,900            o        4,900         3,500
  1-11-3-1500       TRAVEL                                     o              o          100          220          300           250
  1-11-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS AND PUBLICATIONS        624               653          700          474          700           700
  1-11-3-2100       PRINTING                                   o             75            o            o            o              o
  1-11-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       o              o            o            o            o              o
  1-11-3-3500       VILLAGE & COMMUNITY EVENTS                 o              o            o            o            o              o
  1-11-3-3600       DONATIONS                              14             4,707        6,000          150        1,000         2,500
  1-11-3-3610       DIAL-A-RIDE CONTRIBUTION           17,250             6,750        9,000       11,250       11,250         7,800
  1-11-3-3655       TRANSFER OF SSA #2 - MAIN ST.              o              o            o            o            o              o
  1-11-3-3660       ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                       o              o            o            o            o              o
  1-11-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                         930               905        1,000          326          500         1,000

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                           23,983            21,057       19,700       12,420       18,650        15,750

  COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS
  1-11-7-0600      PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION         1,535             2,015        3,000        1,355        1,355         3,000
  1-11-7-0700      PARK & REDEVELOPMNT COMMISSION              o              o          500            o            o              o
  1-11-7-1000      FIRE AND POLICE COMMISSION           7,194            10,249       10,000        9,086       10,000        10,000
  1-11-7-1100      LIQUOR CONTROL                         819               229        1,000          719        1,000         1,000
  1-11-7-1500      APPEARANCE REVIEW COMMISSION         1,640             1,414        2,000        1,149        1,150         1,500

TOTAL COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS                         11,188            13,907       16,500       12,309       13,505        15,500
TOTAL LEGISLATION DEPARTMENT                           68,996            81,687       82,800       57,092       77,005        77,850


TOTAL REVENUES                                                 o              o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL EXPENSES                                         68,996            81,687       82,800       57,092       77,005        77,850
SURPLUS (DEFICIT)
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LEGISLATION DEPARTMENT


EXPENSES


         PERSONNEL SERVICES


1-11-1-0100        Salaries-Elected Officials

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$26,310                $ 37,080                 $ 36,000

This line item includes 1he per meeting stipend paid to 1he Village President, 1he Village Board, and 1he Village
Clerk. The current meeting stipend is $125.


1-11-1-1000        Salaries-Part Time

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$425                   $450                     $ 1,000


Included in 1his line item are stipends paid to individuals providing support services to Village Boards and
Commissions.


         PERSONNEL BENEFITS


1-11-2-0700        Village Contribution-IMRF

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$267                   $315                     $300


By State Stature, all employees working for 1he Village on a regular basis in excess of 1,000 hours per year (and
not covered by 1he Police or Fire Pension) must participate in 1he lllinois Municipal Retirement Program. Under
1his program, employees contribute 4.5% of 1heir gross wages. The Village in turn is required to contribute
10.71% of employee's gross wages. Because 1he Village Clerk is covered under 1he IMRF program, 1he stipend
she receives as Clerk is regarded as IMRF earnings and 1husly, an employer contribution is required.


1-11-2-0800        VWD Contr-F1CA & Medicare

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,454                $ 2,846                  $2,800


This line-item is comprised of1he employer's portion of1he federally-mandated Social Security (FICA) and
Medicare programs. The employer rates for 1hese two programs are 6.45% and 1.20% ofgross payroll
respectively.




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  1-11-2-2500       Training

 FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
 $210                   $5,114                  $ 500


 Included in this line-item are funds associated with any meeting I training expenses incurred by the Village
 President or Board Member. Also included in this line item is the monthly meeting expenses relating to the
 DuKane Valley Council.


 1-11-2-3000        Dues and Memberships

 FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
 $ 5,161                $920                    $6,000


 Included in this line item are membership dues for such professional associations as the lllinois Municipal League
 and the DuKane Valley Council.


 1-11-2-3500        Unemployment Insurance

 FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
 $0                     $0                      $0                                             $0

 The Village of West Dundee does uot carry private unemploymeut insurance. Any eligible unemploymeut
 benefits owed to terminated Village Hall employees would be charged to this line-item.



          OPERATING EXPENDITURES


 1-11-3-0600        Operating Insurance & Bonds


 FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
 $5,165                 $ 7,967                 $ 2,900

 Included in this line-item us the proportionate cost ofthe Village's insurance through IRMA including public
 official's liability coverage.


 1-11-3-1500        Travel

rFY 06107 Actual 1 FY 07/08 Actual            I FY 08/09 Budget       I FY 08/09 Projected     FY 09/10 Request
r $0                 1$0                      I $ 100                 1$300                    $250



 Incidental traveVmileage reimbursement for elected officials would be charged to this line item.




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1-11-3-1600        Subscriptions and Publications


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$624                   $653                   $700


This line-item is comprised ofthe Village's subscriptions for the Elgiu Courier, the Chicago Tribune and the Daily
Herald.

1-11-3-2100       Printing

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual       I FY 08/09 Budget      I FY 08/09 Projected I FY 09/10 Request I
$0                     $75                   I $0                   1m                      lro                      I


1-11-3-3600       Donations

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$14                    $ 4,708                $6,000


Included in this line item are donations approved by the Village Board to various groups/organizations. Included
is a $2,000 donation that has historically been made to the Dundee Township Visitors Center.


1-11-3-3610       Dial-A-Ride Contribution


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et         FY 08/09 Pro'ected     FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 17,250               $ 6,750                $9,000                  $11,250                $7,800

As has approved by the Board, the Village is contributing $7,800 for the Pace Dial-A-Ride prognun for the next
fiscal year..


1-11-3-6500       Miscellaneous


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY08/09Bu
$930                   $906                   $ 1,000


This line item is comprised of such miscellaneous items as flowers for deceased area officials, specialized
dempographic/census reports, hosted meetings for area municipalities, candy for parades, etc.

          COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS


1-11-7-0600       Planning & Zoning Commission

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,535                $ 2,015                $ 3,000

Meeting stipends paid to the members ofthe Village's Planning and Zoning Commission are included in this line
item, as are any costs directly attributable to this Commission.




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1-1l-7-0700        Park & Redevelopment Commission

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bnd et
$0                      $0                      $ 500

Meeting stipends paid to 1he members of1he Village's Park and Redevelopment Commission are included in this
line item, as are any costs directiy attributable to this Commission.


1-1l-7-1000        Fire & Police Commission

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 7,195                 $ 10,249                $ 10,000

Meeting stipends paid to 1he members of1he Village's Fire and Police Commission are included in this line item,
as are any costs directly attributable to this Commission. Testing materials for exams such as 1he Sergeant's Exam
as well as costs associated wi1h developing 1he eligibility lists for bo1h 1he Fire and Police Department are included
in this line item. Also included is 1he cost associated with medical/psychological testing for new recruits.


1-1l-7-1100         Liquor Control


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et         FY 08/09 Pro'ected
$819                    $230                    $1,000                  $1,000


Expenses incurred relating to liquor/bartender licenses are charged to this line item, such as fingerprinting fees
paid to 1he Illinois State Police for the performance ofbackground checks on applicants.


1-1l-7-1500        Appearance Review Commission


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bu
$ 1,640                 $ 1,415                 $2,000


Meeting stipends paid to the members of1he Village's Appearance Review Commission are included in this line
item, as are any costs directly attributable to this Commission.




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      GENERAL FUND
ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCE

      2009/10 BUDGET
                                                                                                ee
To:             President Keller and Members ofthe Village Board
From:           Joe Cavallaro, Village Manager
                David Danielson, Finance Director
Re:             FY 2009/10 Budget Transmittal- AdministrationlFinance



Attached is the FY 2009/10 budget report for the Administration/Finance Department of the
Village of West Dundee. The major areas of responsibilities of the Department include the
following programs and services.

General Administration

This program is responsible for the overall management of all Village Departments,
maintenance of official records and files of the Village, and dissemination of infonnation to
the Village Board, employees, and the residents. Examples of services provided are:

        Preparation of Village Newsletter mailed to all residents on a quarterly basis.

        Providing correspondence of necessary information between the administrative staff
        and the Village Board.

        Administration of Voter Registration and Absentee Voting for Village residents.

        Providing supervision over and coordination between all Departments and activities of
        the Village.

        Maintaining official records of the Village, including Minutes of the Board and
        Commission meetings, Resolutions, Ordinances, contract, etc.

        Providing general assistance to the public

        Coordination ofthe Village's Comprehensive Business Insurance Program

        Coordination ofthe computer hardware/software requirements for all Departments
Fiscal Services

This program provides for the budgeting and accounting relating to all fmancial aspects ofthe
Village. Included in this program is the formulation and monitoring ofthe arumal budge,
collection ofall revenue due to the Village, and payment ofall monies owed by the Village.
Examples of services provided include:

        Preparation ofarmual operating budget for the Village of West Dundee

        Maintaining the Village's general ledger accounting system

        Reconciliation ofVillage bank accounts on a monthly basis

        Accounts payable/receivable for all Departments

        Pension fund accounting and monthly payment ofpension obligations

        Assisting independent auditor in the preparation ofarmual comprehensive armual
        financial report

        Preparation ofarmual Tax Levy Ordinance

        Investment ofavailable cash in accordance with Village's investment policy

        Preparation ofmonthly revenue/expenditure reports for all Departments and
        preparation ofquarterly financial report for Village Board

        Long-term [mancial planning for the Village including coordination of long-term debt
        needs ofthe Village for capital projects



Utility Billing

This program is responsible for maintaining approximately 2,200 water/sewer accounts within
the Village of West Dundee. For billing purposes, the Village is divided into two sections and
each section is billed on a bi-monthly basis. Examples of services provided include:

        Maintaining all required information for billing purposes including property
        ownership, consumption history, payment history, etc.

        Downloading meter readings into the Village's computer software program and
        generating water/sewer bills for all users on a bi-monthly basis

        Receipt ofwater/sewer payments and proper posting to customers' accounts.

        Encouraging the usage ofthe direct debit program for existing and new customers

        Adhering to policies established by the Village Board pertaining to late payments and
        delinquent accounts




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        Assisting customers with questions concerning their water/sewer bills

Personnel Services

This program is responsible for the on-going review and implementation of established
personnel policies ofthe Village in a uniform and consistent manner. Files ofcurrent and past
employees are maintained in a confidential and legal manner. This program also includes the
processing ofthe Village's payroll, which is performed on a bi-weekly basis. Examples of
services include:

        Maintaining all required employee records pertaining to employee history,
        evaluations, benefits, wages, etc.

        Processing the bi-weekly payroll for Village employees and the reporting of wages
        and salary information to the federal and state government.

        Withholding of wages for the various applicable pension programs (police Pension,
        Fire Pension, IMRF)

        Implementation ofthe voluntary 457 deferred compensation plan for all employees.

        Administration ofthe employee health, dental and life insurance programs

        New employee orientation

        Conducting training programs for Village employees and supervisors on such topics as
        sexual harassment, drug policies, employee assistance, performance appraisals, and
        other related topics

        Monitoring development on an area-wide basis

        Preparation ofapplicable reports, studies, statistical data regarding economic
        development issues

        Reviewing and analyzing monthly sales tax receipts



FY 2008/09 Overview/Accomplishments

During the past fiscal year, the AdministrativelFinance Department achieved the following
objectives:

    •   Received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from
        the Government Finance Officers Association for the 2008/09 annual fmancial report

    •    Continued maintenance ofthe GASB 34 reporting requirements
       •   Continue coordination ofthe Village's hardware/software needs for all Departments
           Entered into a joint professional services agreement with the Village of East Dundee
           for the sharing ofinfonnation technology services.

       •   Adhered to the adopted Investment Policy ofthe Village. Maintained an aggressive
           investment portfolio with the goal of maximizing interest income

       •   Due to the dissolution ofthe Dundee Jaycees, the Village again coordinated the 2008
           Dickens in Dundee weekend which has become a well-recognized and attended
           weekend festival in the Fox Valley

       •   Explored options for the purchase ofelectrical energy and the joining ofa municipal
           cooperative in order to purchase electrical energy for the Village at a lower rate than
           what was offered by Commonwealth Edison.

       •   On-going work and discussions pertaining to a pre-annexation agreement for
           property located at the intersection ofRoute 72 and Randall Road.

       •   Work pertaining to the Wal-Mart litigation.

       •   Assisting the Dundee Township park District for the proposed skate park
           development

       •   Discussions with the Village ofEast Dundee for amendments to the Memorandum of
           Understanding pertaining to wastewater treatment charges.

       •   Finalization ofthe conceptual design for the proposed improvements to the Rt 31/72
           intersection.

       •   Recruitment for the position of Executive Secretary for the Village Manager.

       •    On-going discussions with area Fire Departments for the potential consolidation of
            fire protection and EMS services




FY 2009/10 Goals/Objectives

During the upcoming 2009/10 fiscal year, the AdministrationlFinance Department's goals and
objectives include:

   •       Submitting the Village's 2008/09 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report to the
           Govemment Finance Officers Association for their Certificate of Excellence Program.
           It should be noted l1:1at the Village has received this award since 1990.




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•   Continued adherence to the GASB 34 reporting requirements

•   Continued coordination ofthe Village's hardware/software needs for all Departments

•   Adhering to the adopted Investment Policy ofthe Village, maintaining an aggressive
    investment portfolio in order to maximize interest income

•   Continued management and oversight ofthe Villages capital/infrastructure projects

•   Continued implementation ofa village-wide GIS system and Village-wide computer
    system

•   Continue discussions with property owners ofkey developments parcels and finalize
    the annexation and/or development plans. Major projects on the horizon include, but
    are not limited to:

        o Galvin Property                   (270 acres)

        o Regan Parcel                      (34 acres)

        o Wal-MartDevelopment               (23 acres)

        o Centerville Development           (25 acres)

        o

•   The completion ofthe engineering design work for the Route 72 and Route 31
    intersection.

•   Continue to improve communications between the residents and businesses of West
    Dundee in an effort to better defme goals and objectives for the overall organization,
    whether it be through the Village's website or quarterly newsletter.

•   Negotiate a successful union contract between the Village of West Dundee and the
    Metropolitan Alliance of Police for the period commencing May 01, 2010.

•   Plan for future needs of the West Dundee organization and attempt to maximize our
    resources and deliver services to our residents in the most efficient and cost-effective
    methods possible.




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                                                                                                      2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                             --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION              ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE DEPT.
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-12-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME              348,475           367,956      384,000       243,705     370,000       358,000
  1-12-1-1000        SALARIES - PART TIME               53,840            55,562       70,000        33,068      50,000        60,000
  1-12-1-1300        SALARIES - SEASONAL                        o              o            o             o           o              o
  1-12-1-1600        OVERTIME                               51               198            o             o           o              o
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                               402,366           423,716      454,000       276,773     420,000       418,000

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-12-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL & LIFE INSURANCE     34,431            45,373       50,000        28,938      40,000        55,000
  1-12-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF        43,068            43,540       45,000        28,554      43,000        46,500
  1-12-2-0800        VWD CONTR - PICA & MEDICARE        27,514            28,960       34,700        18,040      30,000        32,000
  1-12-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS                o              o            o             o           o              o
  1-12-2-2500        TRAINING                              500               964        1,000         1,128       1,200         1,000
  1-12-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                1,821             1,415            o           414         500           500
  1-12-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                     o              o            o             o           o              o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                               107,334           120,252      130,700        77,074     114,700       135,000

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-12-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                      7,471             3,735        6,000         1,937       4,000         5,000
  1-12-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                      21               136            o             3           o              o
  1-12-3-0500       TELEPHONE                            7,745             4,039        6,000         3,197       6,000         6,000
  1-12-3-0510       DATA INTERNET/EMAIL SERVICES         1,376               807        3,000           989       2,000         2,000
  1-12-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE - BOND           5,550             8,352        3,100            40       5,500        12,500
  1-12-3-1500       TRAVEL                               9,643            10,947       11,000         6,795      11,000        11,000
  1-12-3-1550       MARKETING ACTIVITIES                        o              o            o             o           o              o
  1-12-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS           471                 o          500             o           o              o
  1-12-3-2000       POSTAGE                              4,365             8,182        8,000         3,576       6,000         7,000
  1-12-3-2100       PRINTING                             2,885               480        1,500         2,299       2,000         1,500
  1-12-3-2400       AUDIT FEE                           10,915            12,415       15,000        13,830      15,500        16,000
  1-12-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                30,362            32,600       45,000        30,786      40,000        45,000
  1-12-3-3700       ADMIN - REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES      (5,045)              185            o          (277)          o              o
  1-12-3-4500       NEWSLETTER                           3,928             3,380        5,000         4,308       6,500         6,500
  1-12-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                        1,827            48,898          500         1,579       2,000         1,000

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                            81,514           134,156      104,600        69,062     100,500       113,500
DATE: 03/11/2009                                      VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:      2   1:.
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                                                                                                     2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                            --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION             ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE DEPT.
  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-12-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT                       a            590          500           356         500              a
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TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                                    a            590          500           356         500              a
  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-12-5-1000       OFFICE EQUIPMENT                           a              a            a             a           a              a
  1-12-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                   139                 a            a             a           a              a
  1-12-5-1510       COMPUTER EQUIPMENT                 20,859            12,607        7,500         2,154       4,000         7,500
  1-12-5-1520       COMPUTER EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT         67            12,581       10,000           464       2,000        10,000
  1-12-5-1525       COMPo EQUIP REPAIR- LIGHTENING             a         39,338            a             a           a              a
  1-12-5-1530       GIS PROGRAM                        14,571            15,321       12,500       17,379       17,500        12,500
  1-12-5-1540       VILLAGE-WIDE TELEPHONE SYSTEM      73,445             3,630            a            a            a              a
                                                                                   -------------------------------------
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                            109,081            83,477       30,000        19,997      23,500        30,000
TOTAL ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE DEPT.                  700,295           762,191      719,800       443,262     659,200       696,500




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ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE DEPARTMENT


EXPENSES


          PERSONNEL SERVICES


1-12-1-0200         Salaries-Full Time

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 348,476               $ 367,956                $ 384,000

Included in this line item are salaries for the following positions:
                    Village Maoager
                    Executive Secretaty
                    Finaoce Director
                    Finaoce Account Clerk


1-12-1-1000         Salaries-Part Time

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 53,840                $55,562                  $ 70,000

Included in this line item are salaries for the following part-time positions:

                    Finaoce Account Clerk
                    Clerical Assistant
                    IT Coordinator
                    IT Seasonal

1-12-1-1300         Salaries-Seasonal

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                       $0

No seasonal (summer) assistance is being requested in FY 2009110 for Village Hall.


1-12-1-1600         Overtime

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 51                    $ 198                    $0


This line-item represents overtime salaries paid to non-exempt Village Hall employees.




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          PERSONNEL BENEFITS


1-12-2-0100        Group Medical & Life Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et         FY OS/09 Pro'ected
$ 34,431               $45,374                 $ 50,000                $40,000



This line item is comprised ofthe Village's employee health/lifeldental programs that are provided to full-time
employees within Village Hall. Currently, the Village has a contract with Blue CrosslBlue Shield for its employee
health insurance and MetLifu for its life insurance and dental program.


1-12-2-0700        Village Contribution-IMRF

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$43,069                $ 43,541                $45,000



By State Stature, all employees working for the Village on a regular basis in excess of 1,000 hours per year (and
not covered by the Police or Fire Pension) must participate in the lllinois Municipal Retirement Program. Under
this program, employees contribute 4.5% oftheir gross wages. The Village in tum, is required to contribute
10.31%.


1-12-2-0S00        VWD Contr-FICA & Medicare

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 27,514               $2S,960                 $ 34,700


This line-item is comprised ofthe employer's portion ofthe federally-mandated Social Security (FICA) and
Medicare programs. The employer rates for these two programs are 6.45% and 1.20% ofgross payroll
respectively.


1-12-2-2000        Safety Equipment & Programs

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0


Included in this line-item are funds associated with any safety programs specifically for Village Hall employees as
well as any costs associated with the Village-wide safety suggestion program. No funds are included in this line-
item for 2009/10.




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1-12-2-2500        Training

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 500                   $964                    $ 1,000


Included in this line-item is continued training for the Finance Departroent's personnel on the Village' accounting
software programs, training programs offered by IRMA, registration fees for StatelNational professional
associations such as the International City Management Association, the Illinois City Management Association,
the Government Finance Officers Association, the Illinois Development Council, etc.

1-12-2-3000        Dues and Memberships

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ I,S21                 $ 1,415                 $0


Included in this line item are membership dues for such professional associations as the International City
Management Association, the Illinois City Management Association, the Government Finance Officers
Association etc.

1-12-2-3500        Unemployment Insurance


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                      $0


The Village of West Dundee does not carry private unemployment insurance. Any eligible unemployment
benefits owed to terminated Village Hall employees would be charged to this line-item.


         OPERATING EXPENDITURES


1-12-3-0100        Office Supplies


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 7,472                 $ 3,735                 $ 6,000


Office paper, copier toner, printer toner and miscellaneous office supplies are included in this line item.

1-12-3-0500        Telephone


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$7,745                  $4,040                  $ 6,000

This line-item is comprised ofthe Village's monthly phone bill from SBCIAmeritech as well as any
technicaVprofessional assistance associated with the telephone system servicing Village Hall.




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1-12-3-0510         Data Intemet/Email Services

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,376                  $ 807                    $ 3,000


Included in this line-item are the costs associated with providing T-I I Internet lines servicing all Village facilities,
including Village Hall, the Public Works Center, and the Police and Fire Departments.


1-12-3-0600         Operating Insurance-Bond


FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 5,550                  $ 8,352                  $ 3,100

Included in this line-item is the proportionate cost ofthe Village's insurance through IRMA as well as required
deductible expenses for Village Hall insurance claims and other insurance-related matters.

1-12-3-1500         Travel

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Budget           FY 08/09 Projected       FY 09/10 Request
$9,644                   $ 10,948                 $ 11,000                $11,000                   $11,000

Included in this line-item are vehicle expenses for the Village Manager and Finance Director as well as travel costs
and related expenses for attendance at National/State conferences for Village Hall employees.


1-12-3-1600         Subscriptions & Publications

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$472                    $0                       $ 500

Included in this line item are updates to State Statutes, newspaper subscriptions, and professional
journalslpublications for Village Hall employees.


1-12-3-2000         Postage

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 4,365                 $ 8,182                  $ 8,000

Included in this line-item are all mailing fees, (including UPS and Federal Express) for Village Hall. Also
included in this line item are the costs associated with the certified mailings required for public hearings pertaining
to annexations and/or zoning changes.


1-12-3-2100         Printing

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 2,885                 $480                     $ 1,500


This line-item includes printing for Village Hall stationary, envelopes, payroll and accounts payable checks, and
other specialized printing needs.




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1-12-3-2400         Audit Fee


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 10,915                $ 12,415                 $15,000

Costs associated with this line-item includes a portion ofthe costs associated with the performance ofthe annual
audit as well as the costs associated with the Village's participation in the GFOA Certificate ofAchievement for
Excellence in Financial Reporting Program.



1-12-3-3000         Contractual Services

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 30,362                $ 32,601                 $45,000


Service agreements for the Village Hall copier, computer system, systems printer, cabling, land surveys, etc, are
included in this line item.


1-12-3-3700        Admin-Reimbursable Expenses

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$ (5,045)               $ 185                    $0                                               $0


This line-item is used to track those expenses that the Village incurs and needs to bill-out to the responsible party.
Any invoice that is being charged to 1-12-3-3700 will result in the Finance Department generating an invoice for
collection and therefore, the net impact to this line item should be O.


1-12-3-4500        Newsletter

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$3,929                  $ 3,380                 $ 5,000


Costs associated with the printing and mailing ofthe Village Newsletter to its residents on a quarterly basis is
included in this line-item.


1-12-3-6500        Miscellaneous

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                   FY 09110 Re uest
$ 1,828                 $ 48,898                $ 500                                             $1,000


Examples of expenditures charged to this line-item include photo processing, ICMA Retirement Corporation's
plan fees, batteries, and other miscellaneous expenses are charged to this line-item.




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          MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS


1-12-4-0100         Department Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                       $ 591                    $ 500


Repairs to Village Hall computers, printers, copiers, etc. that are not included under an annual service contract are
included in this line-item.


          CAPITAL EXPENDITURES


1-12-5-1000         Office Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                       $0                       $0

Capital items such as furniture, file cabinets, chairs, etc. for Village Hall are included in this line-item.


1-12-5-1500         Operating Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                       $ 140                    $0


No equipment needs are anticipated in FY 2008/09


1-12-5-1510         Computer Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 20,859                 $ 12,608                 $ 7,500




1-12-5-1520         Computer Equipment Replacement

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 68                     $ 12,581                 $ 10,000



1-12-5-1525         Computer Equipment Repair - Lightening Damage

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual           FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $ 39,338                  $0




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1-12-5-1530        GIS Program

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 14,572               $ 15,321                $ 12,500


Continued expansiou of the GIS system is planned for FY 2009/10. The FY 2009/10 budget incorporates all GIS
related expenses, including the maintenance of the Cartegraph program in line item 1-12-5-1530. By combining
all expenses into one central account, we feel that we will have better control over the true cost of implementing
GIS Village-wide.

1-12-5-1540        Village-Wide Telephone System

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $ 73,445                $0



No additional capital expenditures relating to the Village-wide telephone system are anticipated for FY 2009/10.




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GENERAL FUND
LEGAL DIVISION

2009/10 BUDGET
                                                                                                            ee
To:                Village President and Board

From:              Joe Cavallaro

Re:                FY 2009/1 0 Budget - Legal Division



Attached for your review and consideration is the 2009/10 recommended budget for legal services for
the Village. Through the hiring of outside legal counsel, this Department provides legal assistance to
the Village Board, the various Boards and Commissions, as well as the professional staff of the Village.
Examples of on-going services include:

      •   Attendance at the Village Board meetings

      •   Prosecution of Municipal Code violations

      •   Review of agreements and contracts for the Village of West Dundee

      •   Preparation of Ordinances and Resolutions as requested

      •   Litigation

      •   Legal counsel as required



      The following legal firms are currently providing services to the Village:

      Village Attorney                        Attorney John Brechin

      Village Prosecutor                      Attorney Steven Tousey

      Red-Light Administrative Processing      Strorino, Ramello and Durkin



      You will note that $25,000 has been included as a separate line item in this budget for the 2009/10
      fiscal year for the on-going Wal-Mart litigation.




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                                                                                                   2009 --------------     --2010--       ......
  ACCOUNT                                            --2007--          --2008--                     8 MO.                 REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION             ACTUAL            ACTUAL       BUDGETED      ACTUAL    PROJECTED       BUDGET

LEGAL DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-13-3-7000       VILLAGE ATTORNEY RETAINER          11,137           10,125       12,150       7,951        13,000        12,150
  1-13-3-7100       VILLAGE PROSECUTOR RETAINER         8,212            7,262        7,200       4,800         7,200         7,200
  1-13-3-7200       LITIGATION FEES                          0               0        5,000          62         1, 000        5,000
  1-13-3-7300       ATTORNEY FEES - OTHER              16,884           18,313       25,000       5,596        15,000        25,000
  1-13-3-7310       ATTORNEY FEES -POLICE CONTRACT      5,356              800        1,000           0              0        5,000
  1-13-3-7320       LITIGATION - WAL-MART                    0               0            0       3,982        10,000        25,000
  1-13-3-7350       ATTORNEY FEES - REIMBURSEABLE     119,474)           2,830            0       8,410              0            0
  1-13-3-7400       LEGAL NOTICES                       3,232            3,768        3,500       1,554         2,000         2,000
  1-13-3-7500       RECORDING FEES                        (1061            869        1,000         493            700        1,000
                                                         ------------~----        -------------------------------------     ----
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                           25,241           43,967       54,850       32,848       48,900        82,350
TOTAL LEGAL DEPARTMENT                                 25,241           43,967       54,850       32,848       48,900        82,350
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LEGAL DEPARTMENT


EXPENSES


          OPERATING EXPENDITURES


1-13-3-7000         Village Attorney - Retainer

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual           FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 11,138                $ 10,125                  $ 12,150

This line item includes the mouthly retainer fee paid to Village Attorney John Brechin

1-13-3-7100         Village Prosecutor Retainer

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual           FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 8,213                 $ 7,263                   $ 7,200


This line item includes the mouthly retainer fee paid to Attorney Steven Tousey.


1-13-3-7200         Litigation Fees

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual           FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                        $ 5,000

This line item includes litigation (prosecution and defense) fees pertaining to law suits that the Village is a party of.


1-13-3-7300         Attorney Fees - Other

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual           FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 16,885                $ 18,314                  $ 25,000

This line item generally consists of services received Attorney Brechin for providing legal assistance to the Board
and professional staff on matters such as planning and zoning, economic development, property acquisition, water
and sewer matters, preparation ofOrdinances, etc.


1-13-3-7310         Attorney Fees-Police Contract

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual           FY 08/09 Bud et         FY 08/09 Pro'ected
$ 5,356                 $ 800                     $ 1,000                 $0


This line item has been established to track the legal expenses being incurred by the Village ofWest Dundee as a
result ofthe Police collective bargaining contract. The current MAP contract expired as of 04/30/2010 and contract
negotiations will be occurring in the 200911 0 fiscal year.




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1-13-3-7320        Litigation - Walmart

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                      $0


This line item was established to track the expenditures pertaining to the lawsuit that was filed against the Village
by West Dundee residents opposed to the construction ofthe Wahnart on Huntley Road.



1-13-3-7350        Attorney Fees-Reimbursable

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ (19,474)              $ 2,S30                 $0


This line item has been established to track the reimbursable legal expenses incurred as a result of development
matters, liquor license violations, annexations, etc. Any matter being charged to 1-13-3-7350 should result in an
invoice being generated by the Finance Department to the responsible third party and the net impact to the Village
should be $0.


1-13-3-7400        Legal Notices


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 3,232                 $ 3,76S                 $ 3,500

This line item has been established to track the legal expenses relating to the publishing of legal notices that the
Village is, by law, required to comply with. Examples of these notices are annexation notices, zoning changes,
and the publishing ofthe Finance Department's annual Treasurer's Report.


1-13-3-7500         Recording Fees

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ (107)                 $ S69                   $ 1,000


This line item has been established to track the legal expenses associated with recording fees associated with
Village documents and/or Ordinances.




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  GENERAL FUND
POLICE DEPARTMENT

  2009/10 BUDGET
To:               President Keller and Members of the Village Board

From:        <ifc;avid P Sawyer, Chief of Police

Re:               FY 2009/2010 Budget Transmittal - Police Department




Attached is the FY 2009/10 budget report for the West Dundee Police Department. The major areas of
responsibilities of the Police Department include the following programs and services:

Police Administration

This program is responsible for the overall supervision and direction of all Police Department operations,
providing "first point of contact" services to the general public, maintenance of official police reports and
other records, compiling and reporting statistical information of reported offenses and other police
activities, and conducting Police Department support activities. The services provided include:

      •   Overall supervision, direction and monitoring of all Police Department activities.

      •   Release of appropriate information to the media or public, as well as reporting on Department
          activities to the Village Manager and Village Board.

      •   Deployment of Department resources, and adjusting that deployment when needed, to address
          both short-term and long term needs, remaining conscious of an overall strategy for maintaining
          or enhancing Police Department services to an expanding geographical and population base.

      •   Supporting all other Police Department divisions and programs by processing, maintaining and
          analyzing police reports and the other numerous records and statistics of Department activities.

      •   Providing accessibility for the public to Police Department services, for reporting of incidents,
          obtaining police reports and Village licenses, paying water bills and obtaining other services, by
          keeping our Records Division open to the public for 74 hours per week, the most of any Village
          Department.

      •   Interacting with other Village Departments, other county agencies including the offices of Kane
          County State's Attorney, Circuit Clerk and Sheriff, other municipal agencies, and local, state and
          national law enforcement agencies and other entities.

      •   Review of liquor licensee and liquor server license applications, initiating complaints to the Local
          Liquor Control Commission when appropriate, directing alcohol compliance checks on a periodic
          basis, and providing training to liquor licensee employees to reduce violations.

      •   Review of business license applications and property development plans, including offering
          recommendations on changes desired to enhance traffic safety and reduce vulnerability to
          criminal acts.




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Police Patrol

This program provides uniform patrol 24 hours a day, primarily in fully marked police vehicles, of the
entire community to ensure a safe and secure environment for residents, visitors, and persons traveling
through the Village. Patrol is the largest division of the Police Department, deploying 5 Sergeants, 13
Police Officers, 1 full time and 1 part-time Community Service Officer and a canine on 3 patrol shifts.
Services provided include:

    •   Crime suppression, through routine and targeted patrol deployment, with the objective of
        deterring, reducing or eliminating criminal acts and disturbance of the peace. The implementation
        of our new explosive detection K-9 unit provides a highly visible presence at Spring Hill Mall as
        well as throughout the Village 5 days a week.

    •   Crime investigation, through self-initiated detection of criminal acts or in response to calls for
        service, obtaining and reporting information on criminal incidents, analysis of crime trends and
        patterns and apprehending and processing of offenders. Patrol Division officers also bear the
        primary responsibility for conducting surveillance of potential crime targets, and of detecting and
        apprehending offenders in crime sprees or other crimes in progress.

    •   Traffic control, including investigation of traffic crashes, directing traffic when necessary to
        minimize disruption, and enforcement of moving and parking violations.

    •   Community service, responding to all non-criminal incidents, ensuring the maintenance of order
        and assisting the public on service calls.

    •   Jail operations, holding prisoners arrested on our charges or on warrants, who are unable to post
        bond and must appear before a judge.

Criminal Investigations

This program conducts follow-up investigations of felony and misdemeanor crimes, conducts background
investigations on potential sworn Police Department employees and Fire Department employees, and
provides intelligence information to assist Patrol Division personnel in preventing crimes or making
arrests. Two detectives are assigned to this program. Services provided include:

    •   Interview and interrogation of victims, witnesses and suspects to ascertain what occurred and to
        assess criminal CUlpability.

    •   Obtaining criminal complaints and warrants, locating offenders and serving warrants.

    •   Crime scene supervision, evidence collection and investigation.

    •   Liaison with other law enforcement agencies, State's Attorney and Judiciary, and assisting in
        multi-jurisdictional investigations.

    •   Collecting, analyzing and disseminating relevant criminal intelligence information to appropriate
        personnel.

    •   Designated liaison with Spring Hill Mall administrative and security staff.

    •   Active participation in the Peer Jury program.




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Community Relations

This program includes those community service and outreach activities which are distinctly different from
regular enforcement activities, but are nevertheless performed by personnel in all divisions of the
Department. Services provided include:

    •   Providing an officer certified to teach the DAR.E. program to school children attending Dundee
        Highlands, St. Catherine's, and Immanuel Lutheran elementary schools.

    •   Providing Police Department support of other outreach programs, inciuding CAL.F. and
        Neighborhood Watch.

    •   Providing liaison to senior citizens, church and other community organizations.

    •   Public education efforts, including crime prevention training for residents and employees of local
        businesses, BASSET training for liquor licensee employees, and training in child safety restraint
        installation and use.

Training

This program provides formal and in-service training of all Department personnel, sworn or civilian.
Services provided inciude:

    •   Basic recruit training for all new police officers who do not possess certification as a police officer
        prior to hire.

    •   Advanced on-the-job training for all new officers, through the Department's Fieid Training and
        Evaluation Program.

    •   Continuous training for all members of the Department, through membership in the Northeast
        Multi-Regional Training association, and through specific training programs offered by other
        sources. This training includes regular retraining in high-risk functions such as use-of-force and
        defensive driving, and specific task training such as truck enforcement.

    •   Advanced management training for command personnel.

    •   Mandatory training required in order to have membership in NIPAS (Northern Illinois Police Alarm
        System) and ILEAS (Illinois Emergency Alarm System).
2008/2009 Overview 1 Accomplishments


       •   Continued to address the traffic concerns within the community by maintaining the
           participation in the IDOT/NHTSA grant programs.
       •   Updated the present Rules and Regulations for the Police Department. The Policies are
           accessible via the computer system as well as accessible by Officers in the field with use of
           the wireless system.
       •   Implemented the Adjudication process as well as the Red-light camera program. Presently
           hearings are taking place the second Tuesday of each month and are shared with the East
           Dundee Police Department.
       •   Added a part-time community service officer to assist with the various demands in service.
       •   The Department was able to actively obtain reimbursement for some of the Police services
           and manpower requests. In 2008 the Department was able to obtain over $30,000 in
           reimbursement costs. ILEAS- $12,058, IDOT- $6000, District 300- $9,900 and Irish fest-
           $3,300.
       •   Increased community related activities and expanded the National Night Out grog ram. During
           this National Night Out event the community obtained a National award of 10 place in the
           nation for a community the size of West Dundee.
       •   For the third year in a row the Department was able to obtain grant funding from the
           Commercial Equipment Direct Assistance Program. The equipment obtained was a video and
           audio evidence clarification system. Equipment and training cost is estimated at $20,000.


2009/2010 Goals 1 Objectives

       •   Continue to address the traffic concerns within the community by maintaining the participation
           in the IDOT/NHTSA grant programs. Application for funding assistance has already been
           submitted for approval.
       •   Continue to become compliant per State and Federal standards with the NIMS (National
           Incident Management System) operation. Compliance is mandatory by the State and Federal
           government. If compliancy is not maintained, grant funding and salary reimbursement will not
           be obtained.
       •   Maintain a service level within the community that is acceptable and safe for the citizens and
           employees. At the same time reduce costs within the department in an effort to maintain
           certain staffing needs.
       •   Continue to actively search and obtain grant funding for equipment needs as well as salary
           reimbursement. Presently grant assistance is being pursued to assist with the purchase of a
           Hybrid vehicle.




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DATE: 03/11/2009                                        VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                 PAGE:      1
TIME: 10:15:13                                          DETAILED BUDGET REPORT                                                                II.l
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                                                                                        -------------- 2009 --------------     --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                               --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                 REQUESTED
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION               ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED       BUDGET

POLICE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-14-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME               158,119           166,526      177,900         110,929      166,394     174,350
  1-14-1-0500        SALARIES - SWORN OFFICERS        1,437,092         1,453,543    1,525,000       1,007,361    1,511,041   1,572,000
  1-14-1-1000        SALARIES - PART TIME                30,811            32,221       53,000          33,806       51,000      53,000
  1-14-1-1600        OVERTIME                           177,752           218,626      160,000         148,336      205,100     155,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                              1,803,774         1,870,916    1,915,900       1,300,432    1,933,535   1,954,350

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-14-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE       242,274           285,103      271,000        157,987       255,000     271,000
  1-14-2-0500        VILLAGE CONTR - POLICE PENSION     348,778           354,952      324,000        323,698       323,698     359,800
  1-14-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF         19,711            20,938       22,600         13,690        21,000      24,500
  1-14-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE        132,834           138,486      148,500         94,994       148,000     149,600
  1-14-2-1500        CLOTHING ALLOWANCE                   7,682            12,258       12,500          9,218        12,500      11,000
  1-14-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS          2,249             2,179        5,100          3,949         4,600       4,600
  1-14-2-2500        TRAINING                             5,852             8,113        6,000          7,567        11,900       5,000
  1-14-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                 6,030             6,263        6,500          5,392         6,300       6,300
  1-14-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                      o              o            o               o            o            o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                                765,410           828,292      796,200         616,495      782,998     831,800

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-14-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                       3,358             3,916        3,500           2,383        3,500       3,000
  1-14-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                    7,066             6,553        9,000           4,208        7,000       8,000
  1-14-3-0300       MEDICAL SUPPLIES                      5,114               179        3,500             575        1,500       2,500
  1-14-3-0500       TELEPHONE                            23,500             8,436       13,500           6,350       11,000      12,000
  1-14-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE & BONDS          52,171            85,269       32,500          (2,622)      40,000      50,000
  1-14-3-1500       TRAVEL                                  974               223        3,000             127        2,000       2,000
  1-14-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS            433               679          600             267          300         400
  1-14-3-2000       POSTAGE                               1,537             2,453        2,200           1,356        2,000       2,200
  1-14-3-2100       PRINTING                              1,893             3,075        3,500           1,636        3,000       3,000
  1-14-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                        408             1,408          500             204          500         500
  1-14-3-2300       QUADCOM                             165,807           169,976      158,367          79,183      158,367     167,510
  1-14-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 11,550            11,017       14,600           8,243       11,500      12,500
  1-14-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE                   o            351          375             206          375         375
  1-14-3-3700       POLICE - REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSE               o              o            o               o            o            o
  1-14-3-4000       FIREARM SUPPLIES                      1,420             1,374        1,500              73        1,500       1,500
  1-14-3-6400       LAW ENFORCEMENT DAY                          o              o            o               o            o            o
  1-14-3-6450       D.A.R.E. PROGRAM                      4,364             3,954        4,000             323        4,000       4,000
  1-14-3-6460       G.R.E.A.T. PROGRAM                           o              o            o               o            o            o
DATE: 03/11/2009                                       VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                 PAGE:      2
TIME: 10:15:13                                         DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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  ACCOUNT                                            --2007--           --2008--                        8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION             ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED         ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

POLICE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-14-3-6470       C.A.L.F. PROGRAM                      263              (120)           o               o            o             o
  1-14-3-6480       NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM          1,415             1,146        4,000          3,269        4,000           500
  1-14-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                         918               931        1,000            631        1,000         1,000

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                          282,191           300,820      255,642        106,412      251,542       270,985

  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-14-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT                2,820             6,924        3,600          1,469        3,200         3,600
  1-14-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                       45,861            44,366       48,000         32,527       44,000        42,000
  1-14-4-0300       GENERATOR FUEL                             o              o            o               o            o             o
  1-14-4-0500       AUTOMOTIVE PARTS & REPAIRS         25,227            26,193       33,000         14,107       30,000        33,000
  1-14-4-1000       FLEET RADIO                         7,352             5,172        5,600          3,492        5,600         5,600

TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                             81,260           82,655       90,200          51,595      82,800        84,200

  CAPIT~L EXPENDITURES
  1-14-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                      57,789           62,953            o           2,130      22,000              o
  1-14-5-1000       OFFICE EQUIPMENT                       871              703            o               o            o             o
  1-14-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                 52,757           51,366            o             889          890             o
  1-14-5-1600       FIREARMS                                   o              o            o               o            o             o
  1-14-5-1700       BUFFER ZONE PROTECTION PROGRAM             o              o            o               o            o             o
  1-14-5-1800       IN-CAR COMPUTER GRANT - 2005               o              o            o               o            o             o
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                             111,417          115,022            o           3,019       22,890             o
TOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT                              3,044,052        3,197,705    3,057,942       2,077,953    3,073,765    3,141,335
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EXPENSES


         PERSONNEL SERVICES


1-14-1-0200        Salaries-Full Time

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et                              FY 09/10 Re
$ 15S,119               $ 166,527               $177,900                                     $174,350

Included in this line item are salaries for the following full-time positions:
    •    1 - Records Supervisor
    •    1 - Records Clerk
     •   I - Community Service Officer



1-14-1-0500        Salaries-Sworn Officers

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et         FY OS/09 Pro'ected   FY 09110 Re
$ 1,437,093             $ 1,453,544             $ 1,525,000             $ 1,511,041          $1,572,000

Included in this line item are salaries for 21 full-time Sworn Officers:
    •    I - Chief ofPoHce
    • 5 - Sergeants
    •    15 - Police Officers



1-14-1-1000        Salaries-Part Time

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et                              FY 09/10 Re
$ 30,S 11               $ 32,221                $ 53,000                                     $ 53,000

Included in this line item are salaries for the following part-time non-exempt civilian positions:
     •   1 - Records Clerks
     •   1 - Crossing Guard
     •   2 - Jailers
     •   I - Community Service Officers
The above part time employees are support staff for full time personnel with everyday duties which include the
records division, crossing guard duties during the school year as well as community service activities. Par time
staff members assist with addressing overtime reduction when covering for personnel on vacation or sick as
well as everyday service requests.




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1-14-1-1600       Overtime

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09110 Re
$ 177,753              $ 218,626              $160,000                                       $ 155,000

This line item represents overtime salaries paid to police personnel.
Efforts have been made to reduce the overtime hours over the years and will continue. Overtime hours were
4,258 in 2007 and declined to 3,673 in 2008. Reimbursement hours also rose from 295 in 2007 to 440 hours in
2008. Below is an estimated breakdown of anticipated overtime hours. With the increase in upcoming salaries a
need to increase this line item for 09/10 is needed:
         2008 Hours
    • Replacements for officers on vacation, floating holidays,
         compensation time to meet minimum staffing:                            1525 Hours
    • Training, either replacement officers or additional hours:                 294 Hours
    • Officers held over on reports I follow-up Icalls I arrests:                132 Hours
    • Officers assigned to Special Events (Heritage Fest, parades, etc.):        260 Hours
    • Court and Bond call:                                                       324 Hours
    • Replacement for Officers sick:                                             177 Hours
    • Officers required for jailer duly:                                          64 Hours
    • Replacements for officers on Guard or Reserves duly:                       211 Hours
    • NIPAS callout overtime:                                                    136 Hours
    • Meetings:                                                                   63 Hours
    • Other: Major Crhnes Investigations                                          36 Hours
    • Special Details (DUI/IDOTlDundee Middle School Detail)                     252 Hours
    • Extra Manpower Needed (flood, blizzard)                                     30 Hours
    • Range Qualification                                                         85 Hours
    • Holiday Pay                                                                525 Hours


         PERSONNEL BENEFITS


1-14-2-0100       Group Medical I Life Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 242,274              $ 285,104              $ 271,000                                      $271,000


This line item reflects the Village's employee health/lifeldental programs that are provided to full-thne
employees within the police department. Currently, the Village has a contract with Blue Cross/Blue Shield for
its employee health insurance and MetLife for its life insurance and dental program.


1-14-2-0500       Village Contribution-Police Pension

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09110 Re
$ 348,778              $ 354,953              $ 324,000                                      $359,800


1-14-2-0700       Village Contribution-IMRF

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re nest
$ 19,712               $ 20,938               $ 22,600                                       $24,500


This line item reflects 8.93% ofthe gross wages of three (3) full-time civilian employees.


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1-14-2-0800       VWD Contr-FlCA & Medicare

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re
$ 132,834              $ 138,487              $ 148,500                                      $149,600

The employer's portion of the federally-mandated Social Security (FICA) and Medicare programs
comprise this line item. The employer rates for these two programs are 6.45% and 1.20% of
gross payroll respectively.


1-14-2-1500       Clothing Allowance

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Budget         FY 08/09 Projected     FY 09/10 Request
$ 7,682                $ 12,258               $ 12,500                $ 12,500               $ 11,000


This line item is used to purchase replacement uniforms and uniform accessories for 26 department personnel
@$400. It also includes funding for full uniforms and accessories for new Officers or staff members. During
the 08/09 budget two Officers were hired as replacement for two Officers who resigned. Additional cost existed
with the hiring of a part time community service officer. There is no anticipated increase in staffing or
replacement of staff for the 09/10 budget period.


1-14-2-2000       Safety Equipment & Programs

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re
$ 2,250                $ 2,179                $5,100                                         $ 4,600


This line item covers replacement of safety vests that are over five years old, replacement vest covers, and
safety-related programs, such as Child Safety Seat Inspections. The proposed 09/10 request in the line item is
due to 7 Officers needing bulletproof vests replaced due to a 5 year expiration period.

(The Bnlletproof Vest Partnership Grant administered by the U.S.
 Department of Justice has previously provided 50% reimbnrsement
 for vest purchases, but continuation of this funding is dependent on the federal budget.)
Reimbursement program does not take place until July 2009.


1-14-2-2500       Training

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 5,852                $ 8,113                $ 6,000                                        $ 5,000

Over budget in this line item in the 08/09 fiscal year was due to replacement of two Officers who attended the
academy. Reimbursement is forth coming which will place this line item under budget.
This line item covers Basic Training for new officers as well as continuing education for all officers. Trainiog
plarmed for this fiscal year includes:
    • Northeast Multi-Regional Traioing membership for 26 members @$90 $ 2,400
    •    IRMA Driver Traioing for 3 officers @$280                                $ 840
    • TASER Instructor Traioiog                                                   $ 700
    • Reid & Associates Interview trainiog, I @ $370                              $ 370
    • Breath Operator Licensing, 2 @$205                                          $ 410
    • Additional Traioing - IRMA Leadership Institute classes                     $ 280
                                                                                  $ 5,000
         Reimbursement will be received
         for two 08/09 graduations in late August 09-Amount $8,629




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1-14-2-3000        Dues and Memberships

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09110 Re
$ 6,030                 $ 6,263                  $ 6,500                                         $ 6,300


This line item is for memberships in police related organizations which include     certifications as well as mutual
aid assistance and informational alerts:
     • Midwest Organized Crime Information Center                                    $ 200
     •    IACP Net Membership                                                        $ 800
     •    Northern Illinois Police Alarm System (Car Plan & E.S.T.)                  $ 3,700
     •    International Association of Chiefs of Police, @$120                       $ 140
     •    Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, I @$200                          $ 200
     •    Kane County Chiefs of Police Association                                   $ 300
     •    Dundee Township Peer Jury                                                  $ 300
     •    Canine Certifications                                                      $ 100
     •    Critical Reach                                                             $ 260
     •    Illinois Liquor Control Commission - BASSET Trainer annual fee             $ 300
                                                                                     $ 6,300



1-14-2-3500        Unemployment Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re
$0                      $0                      $0                                               $0



         OPERATING EXPENDITURES


1-14-3-0100        Office Supplies


FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re
$ 3,359                 $ 3,916                 $ 3,500                                          $ 3,000

This line item is for office supplies, including printer cartridges and copy paper for all of the printers in the
department.


1-14-3-0200        Operating Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09110 Re
$ 7,067                 $ 6,553                 $ 9,000                                          $ 8,000

A wide variety of items comprise this line item, including notary fees, cleaning of cell blankets, license plate
and title fees, video tapes, squad supplies, film and film processing, transport of animals to Anderson Animal
Shelter, and animal and prisoner food.

1-14-3-0300        Medical Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 5,115                 $ 180                   $ 3,500                                          $ 2,500

This line item includes Hepatitis B vaccines for officers and medical supplies.




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1-14-3-0500       Telephone

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re
$ 23,500               $ 8,436                $ 13,500                                       $12,000


This line item covers the police department's share of the monthly Phone and Nextel bills within the Village.


1-14-3-0600       Operating Insurance & Bonds

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re
$52,171                $ 85,270               $ 32,500                                       $50,000


Included in this line item is the proportionate cost of the Village's insurance through IRMA as well as required
deductible expenses for Police Department insurance claims and other insurance-related matters.


1-14-3-1500       Travel

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 974                  $ 224                  $ 3,000


This line item covers travel, mileage and meal expenses for officers attending school and national/state
conferences.

1-14-3-1600       Subscriptions & Publications

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 433                  $ 679                  $ 600


This line item is for professional journals, publications, newspaper ads as well as criminal procedure updates.


1-14-3-2000       Postage

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re
$ 1,538                $ 2,454                $ 2,200                                        $ 2,200


Included in this line item are all mailing fees, including UPS and Federal Express. Also included in this line
item are the costs associated with certified and registered mail where it is required.


1-14-3-2100       Printing

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 1,893                $ 3,076                $ 3,500                                        $3,000


This line item is for paper goods which must be obtained from outside sources:
    •    Stationary and envelopes
    •    Business cards
    •    Case file envelopes and police department forms
    •    Illinois Citation and Complaint Tickets
    •    Ordinance Violation and Warning Tickets.


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1-14-3-2200        Equipment Rental

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$408                    $ 1,408                 $ 500                                           $500

This line item covers the rental of the Smith & Wesson Identi-Kit computer program.


1-14-3-2300        QuadCom

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 165,808               $ 169,976               $ 158,367                                       $ 167,510

This line item is for dispatch service from QuadCom, our regional dispatch cooperative, based on total costs for
the entity, allocated proportionately by usage. The increase in this line item is related to an increase in calls and
activity.


1-14-3-3000       Contractual Services

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
11,550                  $ 11,018                $ 14,600                                        $12,500

Leasing and service agreements for the Police Department's copier and postage meter, as well as for
maintenance fees on our "live-scan" fingerprinting system. The 08/09 budgeted amount was in place in
anticipation of the "In-house bond call system". Due to funding issues this program did not take place and will
not be budgeted for in the upcoming budget.


1-14-3-3500        Small Equip/ToolslHardware

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$0                      $ 351                   $ 375                                           $375

This line item is for purchase of small equipment, tools, and hardware.


1-14-3-3700        Police-Reimbursable Expense

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$0                      $0                      $0                                              $0


This line-item is used to track those expenses that the Police Department incurs and needs to bill-out to the
responsible party. Any invoice that is being charged to 1-14-3-3700 will result in the Finance Department
generating an invoice for collection and, therefore, the net impact to this line item should be O.


1-14-3-4000       Firearm Supplies

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 1,421                 $1,374                  $ 1,500                                         $1,500


Funds from this line item are used to purchase ammunition for training and duty use, targets, range equipment
such as safety shooting glasses and hearing protectors, weapon cleaning equipment and supplies.




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1-14-3-6450       DAR.E Program

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                               FY 09/10 Re
$ 4,364                $ 3,954                 $ 4,000                                       $ 4,000


This line item covers supplies for the D.A.R.E. program and special D.A.R.E. events.


1-14-3-6470       CAL.F. Program

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                               FY 09/10 Re
$ 263                  $ (1210                 $0                                            $0


This program has been eliminated. Related programs are included in 1-14-3-6480


1-14-3-6480       Neighborhood Watch Program I Community Service Programs


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re
$ 1,415                $ 1,147                $ 4,000                                        $ 500

This line item is for Neighborhood Watch supplies and Community Service Programs which include National
Night Out. Funding in this line item has been decreased and participation with National Night Out will be
minimal.


1-14-3-6500       Miscellaneous

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$919                   $ 932                  $ 1,000                                        $ 1,000

Examples of expenditures charged to this line-item include supplies for training classes held at the Public Safety
Center, kitchen supplies, and other miscellaneous expenditures.


                  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS


1-14-4-0100       Department Equipment


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et         FY 08/09 Pro·ected     FY 09/10 Re
$ 2,821                $ 6,924                $ 3,600                 $ 3,200                $3,600

Repairs to equipment such as cameras and computers that are not included under an armual service contract are
included in this line-item.


1-14-4-0200       Vehicle Fuel


FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09110 Re
$ 45,861               $ 44,366               $ 48,000                                       $ 42,000

This line item is for gasoline for Police Department vehicles, including marked Patrol vehicles, Investigations
vehicles, Administrative vehicles and unmarked vehicle used for court and school transportation..

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1-14-4-0500       Automotive Parts & Repairs

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 25,227                $ 26,193                $ 33,000                                        $ 33,000


This line-item covers all maiutenance, repairs aud parts for all Police Department vehicles.


1-14-4-1000       Fleet Radio

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 7,353                 $5,172                  $ 5,600                                         $ 5,600


Maintenance agreements for radios and MDT's, as well as parts not covered by the agreements, comprise this
line item.

         CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

1-14-5-0 I00      Autos & Trucks

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 57,789                $ 62,953                $0                                              $0

Even though no funds for budgeted for the 08/09 budget, projections show that $22,000 will be spent within this
line item. This amount is reflective of a purchase for a squad car which was involved in an accident. All but
$7,520 was reimbursed to the Village by insurance coverage.


1-14-5-1000       Office Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 871                   $ 703                   $0                                              $0


Capital items such as furniture, file cabinets, etc. for the Police Department are included in this line item.

1-14-5-1500       Operating Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Budget                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 52,757                $ 51,366                $0                                              $0

The $890 deficit located in the 08/09 projected was funds needed to repair the Intoximeter breath instrument. In
the past this line item contained equipment such as vehicle lighting, in-car cameras, replacement mobile data
terminals and other operational equipment needed to perform day to day tasks. For the upcoming budget it is
recommended we replace or repair as needed.


1-14-5-1600       Firearms

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09110 Re uest
$0                      $0                      $0                                              $0

Purchase of new or replacement firearms for on-duty Department use, including additional patrol rifles.




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  GENERAL FUND
FIRE DEPARTMENT

 2009/10 BUDGET
To:              President Keller and Board of Trustees

From:            Fire Chief Frank Buhrmann

Re:              FY 2009/10 Budget Transmittal - Fire Department


Attached is the FY 2009/201O-budget report for the Village of West Dundee Fire
Department. The major areas of responsibilities of this Department include the following
programs and services:


Administration

This program is responsible for the overall management of the fire department.
Responsibility includes the preparing and coordinating the department budget, reporting
payroll, record keeping, and management of personneL Examples of services provided are:

      •   Prepare and administer a department budget

      •   Provide oversight of purchasing requirements

      •   Prepare and administer personnel policies and procedures

      •   Maintain official records of personnel, including training & certification, fire
          prevention inspections, apparatus maintenance, equipment testing, fire hydrants
          flows, and address files

      •   Provide recommendations to the Village Administrative Staff pertaining to
          department operations


Emergency Medical Services

This program is responsible for, and responds to pre-hospital care of medical emergencies
within the Village. Such responses include medical emergencies, personal injuries, motor
vehicle accidents, and providing emergency medical assessment, treatment, and
transportation of patients. Examples of services provided are:

      •   Provide a roster of properly trained and certified personnel along with applicable
          records

      •   Coordination of personnel to maintain adequate station staffing

      •   Maintain apparatus and medical equipment in a constant state of readiness

      •   Provide a timely response to emergency medical requests within the Village




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Fire Suppression

This program is responsible for the proper and safe mitigation of traditional fire
suppression emergencies, which includes structure fires, vehicle fires, odor investigations,
motor vehicle accidents, hazard spills, technical rescue, water rescue & recovery, fire alarm
activations, smoke detector & carbon monoxide detector activations, and residential
lockouts. Examples of services provided are:

   •   Provide a roster of properly trained and certified personnel along with applicable
       records

   •   Coordination of personnel to maintain adequate station staffing

   •   Maintain apparatus and fire suppression equipment in a constant state of readiness

   •   Provide a timely response to fire suppression emergency requests within the Village

Inspectional Services

This program is responsible for the management and operation of the fire prevention
bureau. Responsibility includes plan review, day-to-day inspections, and assisting the
residents and business community on questions regarding life safety and property
conservation. Examples of services provided are:

   •   Provide technical assistance to the public in relation to life, property, or public
       welfare in the occupancy of structures

   •   Provide technical assistance on matters related to the construction, extension,
       repair, alteration and/or modification of fire suppression systems and fire alarm
       systems

   •   Coordination of the physical inspections to protect the safety and welfare of the
       public through fire suppression system inspections, fire alarm system inspections,
       and life safety & property inspections

   •   Provide ordinance compliance through correspondence, violation notices, and court
       appearances


Training

This program is responsible for training all department personnel. The training includes
entry level - Firefighter Level II, in-service - Firefighter Level III, department, specialized,
technical rescue, hazardous materials, dive rescue & recovery, and emergency medical care;
Emergency Medical Technician & Paramedic.

All required records are maintained, and appropriate reports are submitted to the Fire
Chief, Office of the State Fire Marshal, Greater Elgin Area Mobile Intensive Care Program,
and the Illinois Department of Public Health. Examples of services provided are:

   •   Maintain current      department     personnel    with   qualifications   and   training
       requirements




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   •   Provide training opportunities for the sworn officers (full time) and part-time-
       shiftJpaid-on-call personnel to meet established department requirements and
       legislative mandates; Department of Labor, OSHAINIOSH, Office of the State Fire
       Marshal, MABAS, NFPA, Department of Public Health, Department of Homeland
       Security, Insurance Service Organization, and Intergovernmental Risk Management
       Agency

   •   Coordinate entry level, in-service, department, specialized, technical rescue,
       hazardous materials, dive rescue & recovery, and emergency medical care training
       to meet the established standards and certification requirements

Public Education
This program is responsible for coordinating and conducting public education programs
provided by the department. Responsibilities include training of educators, distribution of
public safety materials & pamphlets, and conducting public education programs and
classes. Examples of services provided are:

   •   Coordination of fire safety education programs and classes conducted at the
       elementary grade schools

   •   Coordination of CPR and AED instruction conducted for Village Staff, associate
       government agencies, including the Dundee Township Park District

   •   Coordination of blood pressure screening for Village residents, associate government
       agencies, and non-for-profit organizations upon request

   •   Coordination of the birthday party program conducted for Village residents upon
       request

   •   Coordination of station tours conducted for the elementary grade schools, day care
       facilities, youth organizations, Dundee Township Park District and Village residents
       upon request

Emergency Management Agency
This program is responsible for the communication, emergency notification, and warning
systems for the Village as well as disaster planning and coordination of all Village
departments in the event of a major disaster or emergency situation. Examples of services
provided are:

   •   Provide for the continued development and applicable reVISIOns to the Disaster
       Preparedness Plan

   •   Coordination of local services with that of the Kane County Office of Emergency
       Management & the Kane County Office of Public Health, and the State of Illinois
       Office of Emergency Management

   •   Provide for continued planning for the maintenance and expansion of the Village
       emergency notification and siren warning systems
FY 2008/09 Overview/Accomplishments
The calendar year 2008 was a successful year for the Fire Department. The success was
accomplished through the efforts of Village & Department Administration, line officers and
firefighters, and the support of the budgetary process. The following highlights and
accomplishments are reflected in the Department's 2008 Monthly Reports.

         o   The department maintained an average response time of 3 minutes and 35
             seconds to requests for emergency services within the Village; compared to 3
             minutes and 30 seconds in 2007. The average response time remains below
             the nationally recognized standard response time of 4-6 minutes.
         o   The department responded to 1385 requests for emergency services compared
             to 1461 in 2007; providing 133 automatic-aid responses to the Quad Com Fire
             Departments, and receiving 107 automatic-aid responses. The request for
             emergency services totaled 539 ambulance requests and 846 suppression
             requests, with 1 structure fire response in the Village during the month of
             August.
         o   The department accumulated 4110 hours training personnel in emergency
             medical care and fire suppression techniques compared to 5536 hours in 2007;
             with an emphasis on entry-level firefighter orientation training, Technical
             Rescue, Hazardous Materials, Dive Rescue & Recovery, and Fire Officer
             Development.
         o   The department continued participation in the Office of the State Fire Marshal
             Training Reimbursement Program under the provisions of 50 ILCS, Act 740,
             et, al, Illinois Fire Protection Act and received reimbursement of $ 444.09
             compared to $ 847.22 in 2007; the program validates the department's training
             program, and provides a reimbursement apportionment for OSFM certification
             training.
         o   The department conducted 407 life & fire safety inspections, which resulted in
             203 re-inspections. Additionally, the Fire Prevention Bureau conducted 91
             inspections related to fire suppression & fire alarm systems, plan reviews,
             occupancy certificates, and service request inspections.
         o   The department by Village ordinance upgraded the Fire Prevention Code to
             the latest addition of the 2006 international fire code, as published by the
             International Code Council.
         o   The department received 2 grant awards from the FEMA Assistance to
             Firefighters Grant Program; providing funding for communications equipment
             and turn-out gear ensembles. Federal Funding Award = $ 236,854.00, Village
             Funding Commitment = $ 12,466.00; Total Award = $ 249,320.00.
         o   The department cooperatively participated with the West Dundee Firefighters
             Association securing $ 1,000.00 in public education material funding; and
             received $ 1,135.00 in donations through the National Fire Safety Council
             Campaign in support of the grade school fire safety education program.
         o   The department by Village ordinance adjusted the Ambulance Schedule of
             Fees from the cafeteria to bundle invoicing plan per the recommendations of
             the third party vendor; based upon the guidelines of Medicare, Medicaid, and
             the insurance industry.
         o   The department continued to monitor the Ambulance Schedule of Fees as it
             relates to medical treatment and transport invoicing; in 2008 service fees of
             $ 143,723.22 was collected compared to $ 138,405.68 in 2007. Fees are
             established by Village ordinance, and administered by a third party vendor.




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          These accomplishments were driven by the Department's Mission Statement:
          The West Dundee Fire Department is established to help the citizens of West
          Dundee in an endeavor to reduce the risk from fire, medical, and building
          construction emergencies, and in the event of such emergencies to respond to the
          aid of the citizens in a timely and professional manner, providing a superior level
          ofservice.

2009/10 Goals/Objectives
During the upcoming 2009/10 fiscal year, the Fire Department's goals and objectives
include:

      •   Continue to maintain firefighter proficiency skills through department in-service
          training in the disciplines of fire suppression, emergency medical care, fire
          investigation, hazardous materials, technical rescue, confined space, and dive
          rescue & recovery operations to coincide with the local, regional, county, state,
          national, and Mutual Aid Box Alarm System response procedures.
      •   Continue to encourage personnel to apply for vocational and secondary education
          funding through the Illinois Fire Chiefs Association Educational & Research
          Foundation Scholarship Program
      •   Continue to enhance the functionality of the Quad Com Fire Departments in the
          delivery of emergency services; specifically with the Carpentersville Fire
          Department, East Dundee & Countryside F.P.D., and Rutland-Dundee
          Townships F.P.D.
      •   Continue the implementation of the Image Trend Emergency Medical Reporting
          Software as required by the Greater Elgin Area Mobile Intensive Care Program
          and the Illinois Department of Public Health.
      •   Continue to review and revise the Fire Department's Vehicle Inventory &
          Replacement Schedule and Capital Expenditure Schedule; and market for sale
          the 1976 Reserve Fire Engine located at Public Safety Center II.
      •   Continue to review the options of refurbishment versus replacement of
          apparatus; and the exploration of purchasing and financing alternatives, and
          make recommendations to the Village Administrative Staff.
      •   Continue to review the Insurance Service Rating System and the delivery of fire
          suppression services; specifically the Class 3 Rating, and make recommendations
          based upon the examination.
      •   Continue to actively participate with the Kane County Office of Emergency
          Management and the Kane County Office of Public Health as it pertains to the
          Village's emergency services delivery system.
      •   Continue to implement the National Incident Management System into the
          department policies, practices, and procedures; and provide in-service training of
          Fire Department Staff to the standards of the National Fire Academy's Incident
          Command System.
      •   Continue participation in the U.S. Fire Administration's Assistance to
          Firefighters Grant Program, requesting funds for personal protective equipment
          such as self contained breathing apparatus, enabling personnel to don personal
          protective equipment per current established National Fire Protection
          Association standards.




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       •   Continue to provide technical assistance to the Connnunity Development
           Department regarding future residential and connnercial development within
           the Village.
       •   Continue to review the seven Fire Department programs; Administration,
           Emergency Medical Services, Fire Suppression, Inspectional Services, Training,
           Public Education, and Emergency Management Agency, and make
           reconnnendations to the Village Administrative Staff for the continued safe, cost
           effective, and efficient operations of these services provided by the fire
           department.

Significant Changes from Fiscal Year 2008/09
The Fire Department Administration has prepared the budget to reflect the operation and
staffing of Public Safety Center I & Public Safety Center II; specifically funding for salaries
and personnel benefits for full-time, sworn fire officers, and part-time-shiftlpaid-on-call
personnel.


   •   The department will suspend career development training for our personnel unless
       funding for the educational experiences can be secured through sources other than
       the budget.

   •   The department will suspend participation in the scheduled MABAS Training
       Exercises; the department will respond to bona-fide incidents only, providing the
       requested aid to the stricken department.

   •   The department will suspend capital expenditures such as apparatus and
       equipment; capital expenditures will be delayed until sufficient funds become
       available.

   •   The department will establish a personnel roster of 14 sworn officers; one less than
       the 2008-09 Budget and 35 part-time-shiflJpaid-call personnel.

   •   As implemented in the previous years, Fire Department Administration will
       continue to exercise fiscal responsibility within the budget as it relates to
       department purchases; with emphasis placed on overseeing personnel responsible
       for the various programs and services of the department.

A description of the individual line items comprising this budget follows.




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 ACCOUNT
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION
                                                          --2007--
                                                           ACTUAL
                                                                           --2008--
                                                                            ACTUAL
                                                                                         -------------- 2009 --------------

                                                                                         BUDGETED
                                                                                                         8 MO.
                                                                                                        ACTUAL    PROJECTED
                                                                                                                               --2010--
                                                                                                                              REQUESTED
                                                                                                                                 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                                  '"
FIRE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-15-1-0200        SALARIES   - FULL TIME                  13,066         14,820       14,800        15,249      14,800           14,125
  1-15-1-0500        SALARIES   - SWORN FIRE OFFICERS       937,617        992,415    1,090,000       642,433   1,022,190          946,700
  1-15-1-0600        SALARIES   - PAID ON CALL               10,772          9,341       13,000         7,428      13,000           12,000
  1-15-1-1000        SALARIES   - PART TIME                 332,503        372,217      377,560       255,013     382,520          377,880
  1-15-1-1600        OVERTIME                                66,794         62,382       65,000        38,280      62,000           70,000
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------        --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                                  1,360,752      1,451,175    1,560,360       958,403   1,494,510     1,   420, 705

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-15-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE           165,993        202,655      215,000        98,947     150,000          175,000
  1-15-2-0500        VILLAGE CONTR - F.F. PENSION           246,174        241,978      250,000       249,766     249,767          266,600
  1-15-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF              1,471          1,466        1,550         1,020       1,550            1,800
  1-15-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE            100,664        107,106      120,300        70,513     107,000          110,500
  1-15-2-1500        CLOTHING ALLOWANCE                       8,763          6,602        9,000         3,318       7,000            8,000
  1-15-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS                928          2,046        3,000             0       1,300            1,500
  1-15-2-2500        TRAINING                                 5,300          6,428        9,000         7,050       7,500            5,000
  1-15-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                       995            960        1,000           445         650              500
  1-15-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                       0              0            0             0           0                0
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------        --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                                    530,288        569,241      608,850       431,059     524,767          568,900

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-15-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                           2,820          2,255        2,500         1,009       2,000            2,000
  1-15-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                        3,181          3,252        3,500         1,257       2,500            3,000
  1-15-3-0300       MEDICAL SUPPLIES                          5,737          8,073       12,000           826      10,000           10,000
  1-15-3-0500       TELEPHONE                                13,816          9,046       11,000         5,490       9,000           10,000
  1-15-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE & BONDS              73,160         96,948       25,000           227      34,700           40,000
  1-15-3-1500       TRAVEL                                    2,381          1,796        2,500           866       1,500            1,000
  1-15-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS              1,013            660        1,000             0         500                0
  1-15-3-2000       POSTAGE                                     617            649        1,000           268         600              700
  1-15-3-2100       PRINTING                                  2,157          1,838        2,500         1,664       2,000            1,500
  1-15-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                              0              0            0             0           0                0
  1-15-3-2300       QUADCOM                                  65,873         73,953       68,250        34,122      68,250           68,700
  1-15-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     10,029         10,713       16,145        10,549      15,145           16,145
  1-15-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE                4,897          4,923        5,000         2,485       4,000            3,500
  1-15-3-3700       FIRE - REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSE                  0              0            0             0           0                 0
  1-15-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                                54              0            0             0           0                 0
                                                        ------------------------      -------------------------------------        --------
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                                185,735        214,106      150,395        58,763     150,195          156,545
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  ACCOUNT
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION
                                                   --2007--
                                                    ACTUAL
                                                                      --2008--
                                                                       ACTUAL       BUDGETED
                                                                                                     2009
                                                                                                      8 MO.
                                                                                                     ACTUAL    PROJECTED
                                                                                                                            --2010--
                                                                                                                           REQUESTED
                                                                                                                              BUDGET
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FIRE DEPARTMENT
  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-15-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT              7,244             6,243        8,300          7,583        8,300         8,300
  1-15-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                     11,064            14,569       14,000          9,566       14,500        14,000
  1-15-4-0300       GENERATOR FUEL                       44               850          500              0          500           500
  1-15-4-0500       AUTOMOTIVE PARTS                 11,458            10,821        7,500          5,206        7,500         7,500
  1-15-4-0600       AUTOMOTIVE MAINT. & REPAIRS       2,713             2,858        4,000          2,464       10,000         4,000
  1-15-4-0700       AUTO BODY                           242               963        2,000          1,292        1,300         2,000
  1-15-4-1000       FLEET RADIO                       3,548             1,899        2,000              0            0         1,000
                                                       -----------------         -------------------------------------       ----
TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                          36,313            38,203       38,300         26,111       42,100        37,300

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-15-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                           0              0            0               0            0             0
  1-15-5-1000       OFFICE EQUIPMENT                         0              0            0               0            0             0
  1-15-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                      0              0       15,000           5,592       13,500             0
  1-15-5-1501       FEMA GRANT - COMM. EQUIPMENT             0              0            0           8,894        8,894             0
  1-15-5-1502       FEMA GRANT - TURN-OUT GEAR               0              0            0           6,396        6,397             0
                                                                                 -------------------------------------
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                 0                0       15,000          20,882       28,791            0
TOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT                              2,113,088        2,272,725    2,372,905       1,495,218    2,240,363    2,183,450

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FIRE DEPARTMENT


EXPENSES

        PERSONNEL SERVICES

1-15-1-0200       Salaries-Full Time

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 13,066               $ 14,820               $ 14,800                                       $14.125

        This line item represents 25% of the salary for the Fire & Community Development Departments'
        Executive Secretary.


1-15-1-0500       Salaries-Sworn Fire Officers

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Budget        FY 08/09 Projected      FY 09/10 Request
$937,617               $ 992,415              $ 1,090,000            $ 1,022,190             $ 946,700

        Included in this line item are salaries for the following positions:
                 1 - Fire Chief
                4 - Fire Lieutenants
                9 - FirefighterlParamedics              (15 total personnel in the 2008-09 Budget)


1-15-1-0600       Salaries-Paid on Call

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 10,772              $ 9,341                 $ 13,000                                       $ 12,000

        Included in this line item are salaries for part-time-shift and paid-on-call personnel who respond to
        emergency requests on a call-back basis; and salaries for attendance at department training
        sessions and vocational training certification programs.


1-15-1-1000       Salaries-Part Time

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 332,503             $372,217               $ 377,560                                       $ 377,880

        Included in this line item are salaries for part-time-shift and paid-on-call personnel who work
        assigned and replacement duty in the public safety centers; and the salary for the part-time
        apparatus & equipment mechanic.


1-15-1-1600       Overtime

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 66,794              $ 62,382               $ 65,000                                        $ 70,000

        This line item represents overtime salaries paid to non-exempt full-time and sworn fire officers.
        Sworn fire officers are compensated overtime salaries for working recognized holidays per Village


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        policy, attendance at department training sessions, vocational training certification programs, and
        when hired back to maintain fire department station manning.


        PERSONNEL BENEFITS

1-15-2-0100       Group MedicallLife Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09110 Re
$ 165,993             $ 202,655               $ 215,000                                        $ 175,000

        This line item is comprised of the Village's employee health/dentaillife insurance programs that
        are provided to full-time employees and sworn fire offICers. Currently, the Village has a contract
        with Blue CrosslBlue Shield for its employee health insurance and MetLife for its dental and life
        insurance programs. Also included in this line item is an accident and sickness insurance policy
        through VFIS for part-time-shift and paid-on-call personnel.


1-15-2-0500       Village Contribution-Firefighters Pension

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re
$246,174              $ 241,978               $ 250,000                                        $ 266,600

        This line item is comprised of the Village's portion of the West Dundee Firefighters Pension
        Fund. Currently the firefighter's pension fund covers 14 sworn fire officers, I retired firefighter,
        and I surviving spouse.


1-15-2-0700       Village Contribution-IMRF

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re
$ 1,471               $ 1,466                 $ 1,550                                          $1,800

        This line item is comprised ofthe Village's portion of the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund for
        full-time employees not covered by the Firefighter's Pension Fund. The line item represents 25%
        of the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund contribution for the Fire & Community Development
        Departments' Executive Secretary.


1-15-2-0800       VWD Contribution-FICA & Medicare

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 100,664             $ 107,106               $ 120,300                                       $110,500

        This line item is comprised of the Village's portion of the federally mandated Social Security
        (FICA) and Medicare programs. The employer rates for these two programs are 6.45% and 1.20%
        of gross payroll respectively.


1-15-2-1500       Clothing Allowance

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 8,763               $ 6,602                 $ 9,000                                         $ 8,000

        Included in this line item are funds to cloth the sworn fire officers, part-time-shift, and paid-on-
        call personnel with station wear per established department policy; approximately 50 personnel.




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1-15-2-2000        Safety Equipment & Programs

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 928                    $ 2,046                 $ 3,000                                         $ 1,500

          Included in this line item are funds to provide department personnel with structural flfefighting
          gear, helmets, hoods, protective gloves, and boots for suppression and rescue services. Also
          included in this line item are funds associated with the Village's Safe Drivers Award Program.


1-15-2-2500        Training

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09110 Re
$ 5,300                 $ 6,428                  $ 9,000                                         $ 5,000

          Included in this line item is continued training for all department personnel. The training includes
          entry level (Firefighter Level II & Level III), in-service, department, specialized, Technical
          Rescue, Hazardous Materials, Dive Rescue & Recovery, and EMS (EMT & Paramedic). All
          training is administered per the guidelines and statues established by the Office of the State Fire
          Marshal, Greater Elgin Area MIC Program, and the Illinois Department of Public Health.


1-15-2-3000        Dues & Memberships

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 995                   $ 960                    $ 1,000                                         $500

          Included in this line item are membership dues for professional associations as the International
          Association of Fire Chiefs, Illinois Fire Chiefs Association, Kane County Fire Chiefs Association,
          Illinois Association of Fire Service Instructors, Fire Apparatus Mechanics Association, and county
          and state emergency management associations.


          OPERATING EXPENDITURES

1-15-3-0100        Office Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 2,820                 $ 2,255                  $ 2,500                                         $ 2,000

          Included in this line item are office supplies; copy paper, copier & printer toner, and
          miscellaneous administrative & clerical supplies.


1-15-3-0200        Operating Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$3,181                  $ 3,252                  $ 3,500                                         $3,000

          Included in this line item are hand light batteries, radio batteries, cleaning supplies, and
          miscellaneous maintenance & operating supplies.


1-15-3-0300        Medical Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 5,737                 $ 8,073                  $ 12,000                                        $10,000



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        Included in this line item are pre-hospital emergency medical equipment & supplies; and annual
        firefighter medical & physical evaluations. The annual firefighter medical & physical evaluations
        are administered per the established guidelines of the National Fire Protection Association, Illinois
        Department of Labor, and Intergovernmental Risk Management Agency (IRMA).


1-15-3-0500       Telephone

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et         FY 08/09 Pro'ected      FY 09110 Re
$ 13,816               $ 9,046                 $11,000                 $ 9,000                 $ 10,000

        Included in this line item are the monthly phone expenses from GlobalCom, Nextel, as well as any
        technical and professional assistance regarding the telephone system operated by department.


1-15-3-0600       Operating Insurance & Bonds

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 73,160               $ 96,948                $ 25,000                                        $ 40,000

        Included in this line item are the proportionate expenses ofthe department's insurance through the
        Intergovernmental Risk Management Agency (IRMA).


1-15-3-1500       Travel

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 2,381                $ 1,796                 $ 2,500                                         $1,000

        Included in this line item are travel and meal expenses for staff officers, line officers, and
        firefighters for attendance at nationaVstate/regional conferences, and vocational training and
        certification programs.


1-15-3-1600       Subscriptions & Publications

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09110 Re
$ 1,013                $ 660                   $ 1,000                                         $0

        Included in this line item are periodicals, professional journals and publications for staff officers,
        line officers, and firefighters. The subscriptions and publications provide current practices and
        standards for emergency medical care and fire suppression.


1-15-3-2000       Postage

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09110 Re
$ 617                  $ 649                   $ 1,000                                         $700

        Included in this line item are mailing expenses; including UPS and Federal Express for the
        department. Also included in this line item are the expenses associated with certified mailings
        required for code violation and compliance notifications.

1-15-3-2100       Printing

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re
$ 2,157                $ 1,838                $ 2,500                                          $1,500



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        Included in this line item are stationary, envelopes, business cards, and other related office
        printing needs. Also included in this line item are the expenses for public education materials
        distributed during station tours, school safety programs, and fife safety presentations.


1-15-3-2200       Equipment Rental

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re
$0                    $0                      $0                                             $0

        Included in this line item are miscellaneous expenses associated with equipment rental.


1-15-3-2300       Quad Com

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09110 Re
$ 65,873              $ 73,953                $ 68,250                                       $ 68,700

        Included in this line item are expenses of emergency dispatch services provided to the department
        by the Quad Com 9-1-1 Dispatch Center. Services include the dispatching of emergency requests
        for fire and medical emergencies, and the recording of apparatus response times.


1-15-3-3000       Contractual Services

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09110 Re
$ 10,029              $ 10,713                $ 16,145                                       $16,145

        Included in this line item are the associated expenses for the copier, and service contracts covering
        self-contained breathing apparatus, breathing air compressor, and the Village's weather waming
        siren system. Also included in this line item are the expenses associated with annual MABAS
        Division 2 assessments and fees.


1-15-3-3500       Small Equip/Tools/Hardware

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re
$ 4,897               $ 4,923                 $ 5,000                                        $ 3,500

        Included in this line item are funds to provide department personnel with state of the art
        equipment enabling personnel to provide services in technical rescue, hazardous materials, dive
        rescue & recovery, fife suppression, and emergency medical care. Funds are used to purchase new
        equipment, and replacement of equipment which is no longer serviceable.


1-15-3-3700       Fire-Reimbursable Expense

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09110 Re
$0                    $0                      $0                                             $0

        Included in this line item are those expenses incurred by the department for which a third party is
        ultimately responsible for payment. Expenses charged to this account should result in an invoice
        being generated to the responsible individual and/or party.




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1-15-3-6500       Miscellaneous

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09110 Re uest
$ 54                  $0                      $0                                              $0

        Included in this line item are miscellaneous expenses not covered by other line item accounts;
        expenditure examples include items and materials purchased associated with Village sponsored
        festivals.


        MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS

1-15-4-0100       Department Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09110 Re
$ 7,244               $ 6,243                 $ 8,300                                         $ 8,300

        Included in this line item are repairs to monitor/defibrillators, self-contained breathing apparatus,
        breathing air compressor, generators, outboard motors, power tools, vehicle extrication equipment,
        detection devices, etc. that are not covered by an annual service agreement.


1-15-4-0200       Vehicle Fuel

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 11,064              $ 14,569                $ 14,000                                        $14,000

        Included in this line item are vehicle fuel expenses for the department's ambulances, fire engines,
        ladder trucks, and staffvehides. Fuel is purchased through the Thornton's Fleet One Account.


1-15-4-0300       Generator Fuel

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$44                   $ 850                   $ 500                                           $ 500

        Included in this line item are fuel expenses for Public Safety Center #I's emergency power unit
        (generator), which supplies emergency power to the Fire and Police Departments.


1-15-4-0500       Automotive Parts

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09110 Re
$ 11,458              $ 10,821                $ 7,500                                         $ 7,500

        Included in this line item are automotive parts expenses for the department's ambulances, fire
        engines, ladder trucks, and staff vehicles. Department mechanic purchases automotive parts for
        preventive maintenance and in-station repairs.


1-15-4-0600       Automotive Maintenance & Repairs

FY 06/07 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re
$ 2,713               $ 2,858                 $ 4,000                                         $ 4,000

        Included in this line item are automotive repair expenses for the department's ambulances, fire
        engines, ladder trucks, and staff vehicles that are unable to be maintained and/or repaired by the
        department mechanic.

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1-15-4-0700       Auto Body

FY 06107 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$242                  $ 963                  $ 2,000                                        $ 2,000

        Included in this line item are auto body repair expenses for the department's ambulances, fIre
        engines, ladder trucks, and staff vehicles.


1-15-4-1000       Fleet Radio

FY 06107 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 3,548               $ 1,899                $ 2,000

        Included in this line item are fleet radio maintenance and repair expenses for mobile and portable
        radios assigned to the department's ambulances, fIre engines, ladder trucks, and staff vehicles.


        CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

1-15-5-0100       Autos & Trucks

FY 06107 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et        FY 08/09 Pro'ected     FY 09/10 Re
$0                    $0                     $0                     $0                     $0

        Included in this line item are apparatus purchases as prioritized by the department, and upon
        authorization of the Village Administration and Village President & Board of Trustees.


1-15-5-1000       Office Equipment

FY 06107 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Budget        FY 08/09 Projected     FY 09/10 Request
$0                    $0                     $0                     $ 0                    $0

        Included in this line item are miscellaneous offIce furniture expenses; example replacement fIle
        cabinet, desk, and/or chair as needed.


1-15-5-1500       Operating Equipment

FY 06107 Actual       FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Budget        FY 08/09 Projected     FY 09110 Request
$0                    $0                     $ 15,000               $ 13,500               $0

        Included in this line item are capital purchases as prioritized by the department with an
        expenditure of$5,000.00 or greater, and upon authorization ofthe Village Administration and
        Village President & Board of Trustees.




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    GENERAL FUND
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
     DEPARTMENT

    2009/10 BUDGET
                              Village of

                      West Dun ee
                              100 Carrington Drive, West Dundee, Illinois 60118
                                  847-551-3805          FAX 847-551-3814
                               Comm\lnity Development Department
February 18, 2008

Village President and Board of Trustees
Village Manager and Finance Director

Ladies and Gentlemen:

   The attached FY 2009-10 Community Development Department budget request is
respectfully submitted for review. The following is a briefdescription ofdepartment
responsibilities, recent activities and goals.

Department Overview:

   The Community Development Department is responsible for economic development,
planning, zoning, appearance review, code enforcement and property maintenance. We provide
recommendations to assist commissioners and board members in making decisions and creating
policy on these matters.

   To promote economic growth, we pursue economic development opportunities. We work
with developers to bring forward projects in compliance with the Village Board's vision and
comprehensive plan goals. As plans move through the entitlement process, we work to make
sure that desired amenities are included to achieve a positive addition to the built environment.
Once a project is approved, we manage performance securities, coordinate engineering and code
reviews, issue pennits and coordinate inspections to meet occupancy goals.

   The department administers the business and rental registration and licensing program and
special event approvals. We maintain the sales tax database and work to interpret data to better
understand and respond to market conditions. In addition, we promote and oversee the Village's
fayade and economic development low interest loan and grant programs.

   We provide individual assistance to businesses and property owners to help solve problems
and foster growth and stability. On a case by case basis, we actively work with property and
business owners, and residents to achieve common goals for the economic health of the
community and region. We also work with regional organizations and neighboring municipalities
to spur economic growth and development, create job, retain industry and influence the future.

  In each contact, we aim to foster a positive image for the community, maintain the Village's
good name in the region, provide a high level ofservice, preserve the community's rich history
and distinctive character and influence future economic growth.




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Dllpartment Activities and Projects:

  The Community Development Department recently provided a report to the Village Board on
Economic Development activities and projects both locally and regionally. As detailed in this
report, although the present state ofthe economy has slowed development and placed some
previously approved projects on hold, there is still development activity occurring.

   Begiuning with our western corridor, three buildings are occupied in Oakview Corporate
Park. Two built by OPUS and one by Site Vision. OPUS' Spec Building One has three tenants
including Plastival, General Technology Industries, and Maytec. Site Vision has completed the
2-story commercial/office building now home to two legal finns, a distributor and Famos Subs.

   Randall Road developments are slowly making progress. Sales contracts are pending at
Carrington Crossing and several sales contracts are pending including sites for BP Amoco and
BeefVilla. Other projects, specifically Bickford Housing and Centervi11e's strip center, have
been placed on hold due to the economy. North ofRt. 72 property owners are working with
village staff and engineers at Kane County Department of Transportation (KDOT) to learn what
roadway improvements (number oflanes, deceleration lanes, etc) KnOT will require and to
determine placement and number of curb cuts that will be permitted. These decisions will have a
direct impact on site plan designs and future development costs.

   Proceeding eastward to the Spring Hill Mall area, new management at the mall has put
forward new invigorated efforts with respect to marketing and tenanting. There is private sector
interest in developing the vacant areas around the mall with entertainment and restaurant uses.
These future uses are contingent upon the establishment ofWal-Mart. In addition, mall
management is working to bring a new tenant to center court and to the recently vacated Steve
and Barry space.

   For mall surrounding properties, building plans have been approved and engineering plans
nearly complete for construction ofWal-Mart. Pending litigation has forced a delay in progress.
Construction at Spring Hill Gateway is near to complete and leases are being negotiated with
three potential new tenants including one interested in the Toys R Us Building.

   South on Route 31, plans for Edinburgh Center and Willow Pointe Plaza are on hold due to
the economy. Maxwell's was recently opened after major renovation.

   Downtown, the former Cardinal Office Building was sold to a new owner who will soon be
opening an upscale antique store. In addition, many Old Town cornerstone buildings have been
updated, renovated or received a fresh coat ofpaint due to our property maintenance efforts.




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  Residential developments proposed inClude Hillcrest and Condor Prairie. Design engineering
continues for both as developers are slowing progressing toward construction. The Department
has also been working together with other staff members to resolve outstanding issues at Grand
Pointe, Aspen Homes and Luke's Landing.

    Administrative goals for the upcoming year include a continuation ofour work to improve the
review process. TIris year, we updated all ofthe building codes to the latest national editions and
began the process of amending the sign ordinances- an effort that will continue into the coming
fiscal year. Similarly, this year we initiated a proactive property maintenance program and will
continue to positively impact property maintenance conditions in the upcoming year as we work
with property owners to bring attention to issues and gain compliance.

   In addition, we worked with IT Coordinator to improve our business registration and licensing
forms to reduce paper and simplify the procedures and to update the Village's web site for those
seeking to provide or access information on-line.

  We appreciate you taking the time to review this summary and welcome any comments,
questions or direction you wish to provide.
        )

Sincerely,



Cathleen Tymo nko
Commuuity Development Director




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  ACCOUNT
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION
                                                         --2007--
                                                          ACTUAL
                                                                         --2008--
                                                                          ACTUAL       BUDGETED
                                                                                                       2009 --------------
                                                                                                        8 MO.
                                                                                                       ACTUAL    PROJECTED
                                                                                                                              --2010--
                                                                                                                             REQUESTED
                                                                                                                                BUDGET
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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPT.
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-16-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME                 205,191        199,256      212,850       135,393      206,600       206,530
  1-16-1-1000        SALARIES - PART-TIME                  56,243         49, 640      55,000        30,097       45,150        46,000
  1-16-1-1600        OVERTIME                                   0               0           0             0            0             0
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                                  261,434        248,896      267,850       165,490      251,750       252,530

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-16-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL & LIFE INSURANCE        29,869         36,885       35,000        19,955       30,000        35,000
  1-16-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF           28,643         26,227       28,000        17,611       27,000        29,500
  1-16-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE           19,797         18,763       20,100        12,891       19,400        19,300
  1-16-2-1500        UNIFORMS                                 666            841        1,200           439        1,000           300
  1-16-2-2500        TRAINING                                 483            894        2,000           780          950         1,000
  1-16-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                     952            748        1,000           115          850           850
  1-16-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                     0              0            0             0            0             0
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                                   80,410         84,358       87,300        51,791       79,200        85,950

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-16-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                         2,102          2,331        2,500         1,104        2,100         2,300
  1-16-3-0500       TELEPHONE                               6,478          1,733        5,000         1,843        3,000         3,200
  1-16-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE & BONDS            13,306          8,302        4,500             0        6,000         7,500
  1-16-3-1500       TRAVEL                                  4,902          4,353        4,500         2,297        3,500         4,300
  1-16-3-1550       MARKETING ACTIVITIES                      958            207        5,200         3,360        5,040         5,000
  1-16-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS AND PUBLICATIONS            917            715        1,000           120          600           600
  1-16-3-2000       POSTAGE                                 2,867              0        3,300          (119)       3,800         4,000
  1-16-3-2100       PRINTING                                  783            557        1,500           152          500           750
  1-16-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL                            11,324         19,158       10,000         6,409       10,000        10,000
  1-16-3-3100       PLAN REVIEW                            36,978         18,785       35,000        26,177       35,000        35,000
  1-16-3-3700       COM. DEV - REIMBURSEABLE EXPEN         21,004         58,937            0        27,615            0             0
  1-16-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                              52            172          500            92          250           500
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------      --------
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                              101,671        115,250       73,000        69,050       69,790        73,150

  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-16- 4- 0 1 0 0  DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT                      517          1,454        1,000           218          500         1,000
  1-16-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                            2,238          1,596        2.000         1,362        2,000         1,800
  1-16-4-0500       AUTOMOTIVE PARTS                            0              0            0             0            0             0
  1-16-4-0600       AUTOMOTIVE MAIN. AND REPAIRS               72            626          500           655          750         1,000
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TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                                 2,827          3,676        3,500         2,235        3,250         3,800
DATE: 03/11/2009                             VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                               PAGE:       2
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                                                                                                                   --2010--
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  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION    ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPT.
  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-16-5-0100       AUTOS AND TRUCKS              11                 o            o             o           o             o
  1-16-5-1000       OFFICE EQUIPMENT                  o             66            o             o           o             o
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                        11                66            o             o           o             o
TOTAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPT.            446,353           452,246      431,650       288,566     403,990       415/430
Community Development

EXPENSES

          PERSONNEL SERVICES

1-16-1-0200         Salaries-Full Time

FY 06107 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 205,192                $ 199,257                $ 212,850

Included in this line item are salaries for the following positions:
         Community Development Director
         ChiefBuilding Inspector
         SecretaIy (75%)


1-16-1000           Salaries-Part-Time

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Budget
$ 56,244                 $49,641                  $ 55,000


Included in this line item are salaries for the following:
         Part-time Planning and Zoning Coordinator
         Part-time Clerical Assistant
         Part-time Plumbing Inspector


1-16-1-1600         Overtime

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                       $0                       $0

No overtime expenditures are anticipated for the Community Development Department

          PERSONNEL BENEFITS


1-16-2-0100         Group Medical/Life Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bu
$ 29,870                 $ 36,886                $ 35,000

This line item is comprised ofthe Village's employee health/life/dental programs that are provided to full-time
employees within the Community Development Department. Currently, the Village has a contract with Blue
CrossIBlue Shield for its employee health insurance and MetLife for its life insurance and dental program.




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1-16-2-0700        Village Contribution-IMRF

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$28,644                $26,227                 $28,000

By State Statute, all employees working for the Village on a regular basis in excess of I,000 hours per year (and
not covered by the Police or Fire Pension) must participate in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Program. Under
this program, employees contribute 4.5% oftheir gross wages. The Village, in turn, is required to contribute
 10.31% ofemployee's gross wages for calendar year 2009.

1-16-2-0800        VWD Contr-FICA & Medicare

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 19,797                $ 18,764               $ 20,100


This line-item is comprised ofthe employer's portion ofthe federally-mandated Social Security (FICA) and
Medicare programs. The employer rates for these two programs are 6.45% and 1.20% ofgross payroll
respectively.

1-16-2-1500        Uniforms

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$667                   $ 842                   $ 1,200                                          $300

Costs associated with supplying Community Development personnel with West Dundee pants, shirts, sweaters,
jacket, safety boots.

1-16-2-2500        Training

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$484                    $ 895                  $2,000

Included in this line item is continued training for the building official only. For monthly seminars and
professional certification. Funds for other personnel training has not been included.


1-16-2-3000        Dues and Memberships

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 953                  $ 748                   $ 1,000


Membership dues for such professional associations as Building Code Associations American Planning
Association, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Landmarks Preservation Commission, American
Association ofUrban Planners, Northern Kane County Chamber are included in this line item.


1-16-2-3500        Unemployment Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                     $0


The Village ofWest Dundee does not carry private unemployment insurance. Any eligible unemployment
benefits owed to terminated employees would be charged to this line-item




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         OPERATING EXPENDITURES


1-16-3-0100        Office Supplies

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 2,102                 $ 2,331                 $ 2,500


The purchase ofgeneral office supplies such as office paper, copier, fux and printer toner are included in this line
item.

1-16-3-0500        Telephone

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 6,479                 $ 1,733                 $ 5,000

This line-item is comprised ofthe Village's monthly phone bill from SBC/Ameritech, proportionate share of
Nextel charges, as well as any technical/professional assistance associated with the telephone system serving
Community Development.

1-16-3-0600        Operating Insurance and Bonds

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re nest
$ 13,306                S,302                   $4,500                                          $7,500

Included in this line item is the proportionate cost ofthe Village's insurance through IRMA as well as required
deductible expenses for any Community Development Department insurance claims and other insurance-related
matters

1-16-3-1500        Travel

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 4,903                 $4,354                  $ 4,500


Included in this line-item are vehicle expenses for the travel expenses for department personnel.


1-16-3-1550        Marketing Activities

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 959                  $20S                     $ 5,200


This line item includes recently approved expenses for Daily Herald downtown advertising, pIns limited funds for
other activities.

1-16-3-1600        Subscription and Publications


FY 06107 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 917                  $ 716                    $ 1,000

This line item is for professional journals and publications pertaining to Planning, Zoning, Economic
Development, Building and Code Enforcement, including code updates.



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1-16-3-2000        Postage

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 2,S67                 $0                      $ 3,300

lucluded in this line item are all mailing fees, including UPS, Federal Express, regular, certified and registered
mail. Also included are costs for mailings associated with the administration ofthe business registration and
licensing program. Not included are costs associated with zoning and annexation legal notices-these costs are
within legal budget or fund 13.


1-16-3-2100        Printing

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 783                   $ 557                   $ 1,500


This line item is for paper goods which must be obtained from outside sources such as three part inspection forms,
notice stickers, letterhead, envelopes and business cards.


1-16-3-3000        Contractual

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 11,324                $ 19,159                $ 10,000


This line item includes the proportionate share ofthe existing copier and office equipment, marketing I economic
development studies, as well as contracted services pertaining to development activities within the Village. The
overage in this line item for FYE 07/0S projections are attributable to additional engineer fees for FEMA Map
Modernization Model Review and Technical Appeal.

1-16-3-3100        Plan Review


FY 06107 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 36,979                $ IS,7S5                $ 35,000

This line item includes the plan review ofproposed commercial development within the Village performed by an
outside source. The Village charges the permittee for such reviews and revenues collected for this purpose are
credited to 1-00-5-0500. Request based on new development forecasts and historic activity.

1-16-3-3700        Community Development - Reimbursable

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 21,004                $ 5S,937                $0


1-16-3-6500        Miscellaneous

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$52                     $ 173                   $ 500


This line item included miscellaneous expenses not covered by any other line items.




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1-16-4-0100        Deparlment Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 518                  $ 1,455                $ 1,000


1-16-4-0200        Vehicle Fuel

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 2,238                $ 1,597                $2,000


Vehicle fuel for the Commuuity Development's inspection vehicle is charged to this line item.


1·16-4·0500       Automotive Parts

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                     $0


Automotive parts for Community Development's inspection vehicle is charged to this line item.

1-16-4-0600       Automotive Maintenance and Repairs

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 73                   $626                   $ 500


Outside needed repairs to the Community Development's inspection vehicle will be charged to this line item
(labor costs).


1-16-5-0100       Autos and Trucks

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ II                   $0                     $0


No vehicle purchases are included in the FY 2009/10 budget.

1-16-5-1000       Office Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                               FY 09/10 Re uest
o                      $0                     $0                                            $0




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 GENERAL FUND
STREET DIVISION


2009/10 BUDGET
                                                                                      ee
To:              Joseph Cavallaro, Village Manager

From:             Rich Babica, Director of Public Works

Re:               FY 2009/10 Budget Transmiltal- Department of Public Works



Attached, please find a copy of the FY 2009/2010 budget report for the Department of Public Works for the
Village of West Dundee.



STREET & BRIDGE - FUND 17

Refuse Services




        Provides for curbside trash removal and pick-up services oonsistent with health and sanitation ordinances.

        Providing curbside recycling oollection via 65 gallon tote oontainers to minimize negative impacts upon the
        environment and reduce the need of additional landfill space necessary to dispose of Village waste.

        Provides curbside yard waste oollection services during the months of April through November free of charge to
        residential customers.

         Refuse materials are removed in acoordance with disposal packaging requirements except for tree stumps, sod,
        .soil and/or oonstnuction, remodeling, ooncrete or motor vehicle refuse.



Street Repairs




        Provides materials necessary to install pennanent ooncrete or hot asphalt patches where street excavations have
        oocurred as a result of routine and emergency infrastnucture repairs.

        Provides for the materials required to temporarily patch potholes or other street surface deficiencies.

        Provides for the materials used to crack seal and seal coat public streets, parking lots and bike paths.




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Leaf Collection Program




       Provides for the removal and proper disposal of leaves deposited by residents onto Village streets or parkways.

       Leaves are removed by Public Works crews from each street at least once a week during the collection season
       which typically begins the second week of October and ends at or around November 30th each year.



Street Light Maintenance




       Detennines the ownership and responsibility for repair of street lights.

       Administration and supervision of the timely repair of Village owned street lights.

       Provides for the payment of street lighting electrical energy costs.



Snow Removal




       Snow removal priorities are established by first clearing designated snow routes thus assuring snow routes will
       remain open during the course of a major snow event. Streets designated as "snow routes" include Tartans Drive,
       Kittridge, Glenmoor, Sleepy Hollow Road, Huntley Road, First Street, North Second Street, South Third Street,
       Dunning, South Street, Edwards, Strom, Village Quarter Road, the intersection of Locust at Rte. 72, Willow,
       Fairhills, Carrington, Wessex, Oak, Karen, Grand Pointe, Weseman and the two Public Safety Centers.

       Provides for the purchase and storage of salt materials for pavement and sidewalk de-icing applications.

       Upon conclusion of a snow event, secondary streets, the Riverwalks, public parking lots, downtown sidewalks, Fox
       River footbridge and bike paths are cleared of snow and salted as needed.

       The Village sponsors a driveway approach snow removal program for eligible residents at a modest cost. Eligibility
       requirements limit the driveway approach program to residents who are senior citizens or individuals with a
       disability. The cost per removal event is $10. Fiscal Year 2009 was the ninth consecutive year of the program.




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Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance




        Performing preventative maintenance on 21 vehicles, one street sweeper, back hoe, front end loader, jetter truck,
        skid loader, utility tractor and some 66 + additional pieces of equipment including lawn mowers, snow blowers,
        generators, etc.

        Preventative maintenance includes all changes, tune-ups, minor welding, electrical repair, tire changing and a host
        of related routine repairs in acoordance with manufacturer specifications.



Public Sidewalks




        Replacement of sidewalk sections having an elevation differential of one-haW inch or more between adjoining
        sidewalk sections.

        Replacement of severely cracked or spalled sidewalk sections.

        Provide for safe concrete walking surfaces to facilitate the unobstructed path of travel for pedestrian traffic
        throughout the Village.



Public Right -of· Way Maintenance




        Provides for the maintenance and upkeep of areas such as the berm areas along Rte 72 between Tartans and
        Sleepy Hollow Road; the berm between Sleepy Hollow Road and Kittridge Drive; the park area behind the Kittridge
        Booster station; five Village entrance sign planting areas; and Village owned building sites.

        Funds the removal and disposal of litter along roadways throughout the Village.



Traffic Control




        Payment to lOOT who maintains all traffic signals within the Village's corporate limits to repair or replace traffic
        signal lamps, wiring and the repair, adjustment or replacement of traffic controller equipment.

        The Village remains responsible for the repair and maintenance of Opticom lighting and applying thermoplastic and
        base paint pavement markings.

        Enables Public Works staff to replace or add and install new street name signage as required.




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Street Sweeping




       Provides for the twice weekly sweeping of downtown streets.

       Provides for the twice a month cleaning of each street within the Village.

       Street sweeping efforts improve the aesthetic value of the streets and removes undesirable materials before they
       can be introduced into the storm water collection system.



Storm Sewer System




       Provides for the routine cleaning and inspection of storm sewer structures, inlets and discharge points.

       Funds the costs for labor and parts for repair or replacement of the storm sewer collection system.

       Provides funding for the annual National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES II) permit fee to the State
       of Illinois as well as the annual audit required to maintain that permit.




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                                    DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
                                     FUND 17- BUDGET OVERVIEW



FY 2008/2009 Accomplishments

The Department of Public Works is responsible for maintaining and improving Village streets, sidewalks,
parkway trees, fieet, storm sewer collection, water distribution, sanitary system collection, maintenance of
publicly owned buildings, coordination of the annual Street Program, implementation of the water system
improvements and certain capital projects. Typical duties assigned to this division include roadway mowing,
street light repairs, asphalt patching, sidewalk replacement, street sign maintenance, roadside trash removal,
road kill removal, ROW restoration, street light banner installation, street sweeping, storm sewer/catch basin
cleaning, holiday decoration installation and removal, painting of curbs, crosswalks, stop bars and lane markers,
and provided fieet maintenance for twenty-one vehicles and over twenty pieces of equipment.

A number of successful projects or initiatives were accomplished by the Department of Public Works Street
Division in Fiscal Year 2008/09. Abridged descriptions of these accomplishments include:

     >-   Conducted four electronic recycling collection events in which 53 pallets of material were collected by
          over 270 participants. This material was then transported to the County collection center in St. Charles
          for inclusion with the County's monthly collection program.
     >-   Supervised the contractual asphalt patching repairs to Huntley Road and Boncosky Road.
     >-   Secured the purchase of a 2009 John Deere 544 Front End Loader to replace the existing fourteen
          year old front end loader.
     >-   Responded to 11 summer storm events with 28 days spent collecting storm damagelresponding to
          residenfs service requests.
     >-   Replaced 600 square feet of sidewalk throughout the community.
     >-   Conducted the Leaf Collection program with 220 loads of leafs collected.
     >-   Resolved a localized fiooding issue with Pulte Homes for the resident's at 2681 and 2687 Connolly
          Lane.
     >-   Managed 35 snow/ice event with over 47 inches of snowfall for the 2008/09 snow season. Staff
          applied over 1200 tons of roadway salt and abrasives applied to the Village's road network.
     >-   Served in a support role for various special events, i.e., Heritage Fest, Irish Fest, parades, etc.
     >-   Participated in the National Night Out Against Crime, where staff answered questions from the
          community and provided information on stormwater management, the West Nile Virus, the emerald
          ash leaf borer and department services.
     >-   Met quarterly as a Safety Committee to review accidents, incidents, equipment needs and procedural
          reviews.
     >-   Participated in the combined department safety training sessions with the Fire Department, IRMA and
          Homeland Security.




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2009/10 Goals/Objectives

During the upcoming 2009/2010 Fiscal Year, the Street Division wiil coordinate an aggressive pavement
maintenance program with asphalt patching throughout the community utilizing in house staff. A disposal
contract for the annual leaf collection program will be secured with the Gaitsch Family Farm. Staff wiil continue
to work with development projects, including Grand Pointe, Aspen, Luke's Landing, Carrington Crossings, and
the Oakview Corporate Center. Safety related improvements and training wiil be conducted throughout the year
including; work zone safety, flagging operations, trench safety, confined space entry and use of personal
protective equipment (PPE). Staff wiil continue to update the Village's street signs in accordance with Federal
Highway Department regulations. In conjunction with the IT Director, existing utility information from subdivision
record drawings wiil be incorporated into the GIS Database. Staff wiil also work to implement the second five
year National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase 2 permit in accordance with the Illinois
Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) requirements. Finally, staff will ensure that ali Department equipment
remains serviceable and ready for use to serve the citizens of West Dundee.



Significant Changes from Fiscal Year 2008/09

The Department of Public Works provides the services many citizens take for granted. Customer service,
increased safety, and quality of life enhancement for the residents of West Dundee are the driving forces behind
the work expended. Challenges to the Streets and Underground Division in 2009/10 wiil include the second
year of increasing financial demands placed upon the resources of the Department as rising fuel, electrical and
material costs with limited budgetary increases while maintaining exceptional customer service. Increased
demands placed upon the Department to provide many of the services that had previously been supplied by
contractors will force a weekly review of the Departmenfs priorities and use of resources to deliver the very best
possible service to the residents while maintaining within a fiscally constrained budget.




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DATE: 03/11/2009                                     VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                 PAGE:      1
TIME: 10:49:36                                       DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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 ACCOUNT                                            --2007--           --2008--
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                                                                                                      8 MO.
                                                                                                                            --2010--
                                                                                                                           REQUESTED        "   !
 NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION            ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED        ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET       ..........
STREET & BRIDGE DEPARTMENT
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-17-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME            175,251           175,073      190,000       120,286      185,400       185,600
  1-17-1-1300        SALARIES - SEASONAL               5,554             7,992       14,520        12,015       12,100        15,400
  1-17-1-1600        OVERTIME                         13,146            20,201       15,000         8,224       21,000        29,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                             193,951           203,266      219,520       140,525      218,500       230,000

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-17-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE     30,637            30,724       41,700        21,479       33,000        40,000
  1-17-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF      20,883            20,689       21,350        13,588       21,200        24,400
  1-17-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE      14,511            15,238       16,900        10, 942      16,900        16,900
  1-17-2-1500        UNIFORMS                            947             1,339        1,360         1,482        1,500         1,400
  1-17-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS       1,787             1,385        1,550            557       1,550         1,600
  1-17-2-2500        TRAINING                            252             1,316        1,650            100         600           500
  1-17-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                     o            297          325            358         360           350
  1-17-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                   o              o            o              o           o              o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                              69,017            70,988       84,835        48,506       75,110        85,150

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-17-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                    1,536               937          800           331          800           800
  1-17-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                 6,709             7,557        5,000         7,486        9,000         5,000
  1-17-3-0500       TELEPHONE                          9,145            10,628        7,000         2,930        5,000         5,000
  1-17-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE/BONDS         37,655            70,551       20,000         5,638       34,900        20,000
  1-17-3-1000       ELECTRICITY                       50,050            66,071       69,200        18,302       36,000        42,000
  1-17-3-1500       TRAVEL                             2,110               849          900              o           o              o
  1-17-3-1600       SUBSCRIPTIONS & PUBLICATIONS         355               343          150            13           15              o
  1-17-3-2000       POSTAGE                              105               129          100           106          110           100
  1-17-3-2100       PRINTING                             806                 o          300              o         100           150
  1-17-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                     234               172          500            39          150           250
  1-17-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               4,559             8,569        4,800         5,759        7,800         4,000
  1-17-3-3100       LANDFILL DISPOSAL COSTS            2,339             1,024        4,000         1,231        1,800         2,000
  1-17-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE         1,973             2,366        4,500         1,398        2,000         3,100
  1-17-3-3700       PW - REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES         (690)           18,694            o           641            o              o
  1-17-3-4000       SNOW & ICE CONTROL                52,659            87,598       50,000        36,428       82,000        63,000
  1-17-3-4100       TRAFFIC & STREET SIGNS             5,253             5,260        4,500           254        3,000         4,500
  1-17-3-4400       LEAF COLLECTION                    5,600             6,048        9,800         7,884        7,900         9,000
  1-17-3-5500       SCAVENGER SERVICE                263,243           314,157      355,242       234,400      355,000       370,000
  1-17-3-6000       RECYCLING                         69,486           104,942      118,414        79,055      120,000       124,000
  1-17-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                         97               100          250           125          250           250

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                         513,224           705,995      655,456       402,020      665,825       653,150
DATE: 03/11/2009                                      VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                               PAGE:       2
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                                                                                                     2009                   --2010--
  ACCOUNT
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION
                                                     --2007--
                                                      ACTUAL
                                                                        --2008--
                                                                         ACTUAL       BUDGETED
                                                                                                      8 MO.
                                                                                                     ACTUAL    PROJECTED
                                                                                                                           REQUESTED
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STREET & BRIDGE DEPARTMENT
  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-17-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT               12,422            16,525       10,000        7,801       11,000        10,000
  1-17-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                       16,260            19,859       23,400       19,876       25,000        22,800
  1-17-4-0500       VEHICLE REPAIRS & MAl NT LABOR      4,601            30,460       28,700       14,135       25,700        26,000
  1-17-4-0550       VEHICLE REPAIRS & MAl NT PARTS     11,749            12,399            o          635          635             o
  1-17-4-0600       VEHICLE MAl NT & REPAIRS                   o              o            o             o            o            o
  1-17-4-0700       VEHICLE BODY MAINT & REPAIR                o              o            o             o            o            o
  1-17-4-1000       FLEET RADIO                                o              o            o             o            o            o
  1-17-4-1100       CURB/SIDEWALK                      35,904             3,784        7,000        1,961        4,000         4,000
  1-17-4-1200       STREETS                             7,577             8,716        7,900        5,972        6,500         8,000
  1-17-4-1300       STREET & TRAFFIC LIGHTS            21,340            33,121       38,100       18,161       28,100        38,500
  1-17-4-1400       PARKWAYS                              830             1,317        1,000          214          500           500
  1-17-4-3500       STORM SEWER                         3,402             7,837        7,000        7,476        8,000         6,500
  1-17-4-4000       2007 STORM/FLOOD EXPENSES                  o         76,678            o             o            o            o
TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                           114,085           210,696      123,100       76,231      109,435       116,300

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-17-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                             o         33,105            o             o            o            o
  1-17-5-0500       OFFICE FURNITURE                           o              o            o             o            o            o
  1-17-5-1300       STREET AND TRAFFIC LIGHTS                  o              o            o             o            o            o
  1-17-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                 8,567            18,456            o             o            o            o
  1-17-5-4020       GIS PROGRAM                           •    0              o            o             o            o            o
  1-17-5-5000       STREET & ROAD/BIKEPATH CONSTR              o              o            o             o            o            o
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                              8,567            51,561            o             o            o            o
TOTAL STREET & BRIDGE DEPARTMENT                      898,844         1,242,506    1,082,911       667,282    1,068,870    1,084,600




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EXPENSES

         PERSONNEL SERVICES

1-17-1-0200        Salaries-Full Time

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 175,251              $175,073                $190,000

Included in this line item are salaries for the following positions: Public Works Director; Public Works Secretary;
Street Superintendent; Crew Leader; Maintenance Worker II; and Maintenance Worker 1classifications consisting
00.25 Full Time Employees (PTE).


1-17-1-1300        Salaries-Seasonal

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 5,555                7,992                   $14,520                                        $15,400


Salaries paid from this line-item represent two (2) seasonal employees for 44 weeks.


1-17-1-1600        Overtime

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 13,146               $20,202                 $15,000

This line represents overtime salaries paid to non-exempt full-time Public Works Street Division personnel called
out for snow removal activities, underground repairs and other emergency responses occurting after regular
business hours.


         PERSONNEL BENEFITS

1-17-2-0100        Group MedicallLife Insurance

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re ues!
$30,638                $30,724                 $41,700                                        $40,000

This line item is comprised ofthe Village's employee health/life/dental programs that are provided to full-time
employees within the Public Works Department. Currently, the Village has a contract with Blue CrosslBlue
Shield for its employee health insurance and MetLife for its life insurance and dental program.




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1-17-2-0700        Village Contribution-IMRF

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 20,883                $20,690                 $21,350

By State Statute, all employees working for the Village on a regular basis in excess of 1,000 hours per year (and
not covered by the Police or Fire Pension) must participate in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Program. Under
this program, employees contribute 4.5% oftheir gross wages.


1-17-2-0800        VWD Contr-FICA & Medicare

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$14,512                 $15,238                 $16,900

This line-item is comprised ofthe employer's portion ofthe Federally-mandated Social Security (FICA) and
Medicare programs. The employer rates for these two programs are 6.45% and 1.20% ofgross payroll
respectively.


1-17-2-1500        Uniforms

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bnd et
$947                   $1,340                   $1,360

Costs associated with supplying 3.25 PTE personnel with standardized shirts; sweatshirts, boots and jeans are
charged to this line item. Also included are funds to provide Village t-shirts for the seasonal employees.


1-17-2-2000        Safety Equipment & Programs

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,787                $1,385                   $1,550

This line item provides funds for Division personnel to participate in safety programs and to provide personal
protective equipment (PPE) to comply with Village and State safety requirements such as hard hats, work gloves,
fall protection hamesses, eye goggles/protection, welding aprons, raingear and safety vests. This account supports
3.25 PTE.


1-17-2-2500        Training

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 253                  $1,317                   $1,650                                          $500

Funds for this line-item are provided for continued training ofDivision personnel on the use ofdepartment
equipmen~ vehicle maintenance, snow removal, lOOT flagger training, Illinois Department ofAgticulture
Pesticide Licenses, hazardous material awareness, confined space entry, fall protection, first aid/CPR/defibrillator
and trenching/shoring training as required by the Illinois Department ofLabor and IRMA.




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1-17-2-3000        Dues and Memberships

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$0                      $297                    $325

Membership dues for such professional associations as the American Public Works Association, Arborist
Association, Arbor Day and the Illinois GIS Association are included in this line item.


1-17-2-3500        Unemployment Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                      $0

The Village ofWest Dundee does not carry private unemployment insurance. Any eligible unemployment
benefits owed to terminated employees would be charged to this line-item. No unemployment benefits are
anticipated to occur in FY 200911 O.


         OPERATING EXPENDITURES


1-17-3-0100        Office Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 1,537                 $93S                    $SOO

The pnrchase ofgeneral office supplies such as office paper, copier, fux and printer toner are included in this line
item.


1-17-3-0200        Operating Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et         FY OS/09 Pro·ected
$ 6,710                 $7,557                  $5,000                  $9,000

Included in this line item are funds to pnrchase the Division's maintenance supplies for performing assigned duties
and equipment needs such as oil, glass cleaner, soap, washer fluid, etc.


1-17-3-0500        Telephone

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et                                 FY 09110 Re uest
$ 9,145                 $1O,62S                 $7,000                                          $5,000

This line item is comprised ofthe Village's monthly phone bill expenditures, including;
            • 60% ofPW facility phone charges           $3,500
            • Nextel annual charges                      1,065
            • ADT security charges                         360 (split with Fund 21 & 22)
            • Replacement phone                             75




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1-17-3-0600         Operating InsurancelBonds

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 37,656                $70,552                  $20,000

Included in this line-item is the proportionate cost ofthe Village's insurance through IRMA as well as required
deductible expenses for Public Works insurance claims and other insurance-related matters.


1-17-3-1000         Electricity

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 50,050                $66,072                  $69,200

The cost of electricity for street and traffic lights and warning sirens are charged to this line item. Additional funds
are included to accommodate the new street lighting for the Oakview Corporate Park. This account is not included
within the Village's joint purchasing agreement.


1-17-3-1500         Travel

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$2,110                  $S50                     $900

Included in this line item are travel and related expenses for Street and Bridge Division personnel for attendance at
conferences and/or trade shows.


1-17-3-1600         Subscriptions & Publications

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et                                   FY 09/10 Re uest
$355                    $344                     $150                                              $0

Local newspaper subscriptions and professionaVmunicipal journals/publications for Public Works personnel are
included in this line item.


1-17-3-2000         Postage

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 106                   $130                     $100

Included in this line item are all mailing fees, (including UPS and Federal Express) for Public Works. Also
included in this line item are the costs associated with the certified mailings required for notification letters
regarding weed control and other violations.


1-17-3-2100         Printing

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$ S07                   $0                       $300

This line item includes printing ofWest Dundee stationary, envelopes, business cards, temporary No Parking
Signs, maps and other specialized printing needs such as NPDES Phase IT Public Outreach requirements.




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1-17-3-2200         Equipment Rental

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$234                    $172                     $500


Rental of equipment such as; floor saws, asphalt grinder, specialized equipment are included within this line item.


1-17-3-3000         Contractual Services

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 4,559                 $S,570                   $4,SOO

This line item includes funds for;
            • Metrologix Weather Computer                    1,200
            • !DOT Random Drug Test/screening                  500
            • Waste Oil Disposal                               600
            •   II, ofthe Department's Copier Lease            950
            • Misc. Service Calls                              750


1-17-3-3100         Landfill Disposal Costs

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 2,339                 $1,025                   $4,000

Costs included within this line item are disposal costs for asphal~ concrete, roadway litter and street sweeping.
The Department utilizes rollaway refuse containers in place oflandfill disposal. Costs associated with using
containers are covered within the Refuse Contract.


1-17-3-3500         Small EquiplTools/Hardware

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 1,974                 $2,367                   $4,500

Included in this line item are funds to purchase hand tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, shovels and hardware
such as nuts and bolts to replenish bins and to replace a small snow blower.



1-17-3-3700         PW-Reimbursable Expenses

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et
$(691)                  $IS,694                  $0

This line item is used to track those expenses that the Village incurs and needs to bill-out to the responsible party.
Any invoice that is being charged to 1-17-3-3700 will result in the generation ofan invoice for collection and
therefore, the net impact to this line item should be O.




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1-17-3-4000         Snow & Ice Control

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 52,660                $87,599                 $50,000

Included in this line item are the annual salt, sand, deicing liquid additives and calcium chloride expenses for snow
and ice control ofVillage streets and parking lots. Fourteen hundred tons ofroadway salt is reserved with the
State for use during snow/ice control events.


1-17-3-4100        Traffic & Street Signs

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 5,254                 $5,260                  $4,500


This line item includes the costs associated to maintain traffic control signs such as stop signs, no parking signs
and replacement street name signs.


1-17-3-4400        Leaf Collection

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 5,600                 $6,048                  $9,800                                           $9,000

Included in this line item are the costs associated with the disposal ofteaves collected during the Village's annual
LeafCollection Program. The current contract with the Gaitsch Family to dispose ofteaves on their faun expires
on August 31, 2009.


1-17-3-5500        Scavenger Service

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 263,244               $314,157                $355,242

The service agreement between the Village and BFI for the Village's refuse collection is included in this line item.


1-17-3-6000        Recycling

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 69,487                $104,942                $118,414

The service agreement between the Village and BFI for the Village's recycling service is included in this line item.


1-17-3-6500        Miscellaneous

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$97                     $101                    $250

This line item includes unbudgeted miscellaneous items not covered under other line items.




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          MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS


1-17-4-0100        Department Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 12,422                $16,526                 $10,000

Maintenancelrepairs to Street and Bridge Division equipment such as the sewer jetter, leafloaders, street sweeper,
and other non-driven equipment are included in this line item.


1-17-4-0200        Vehicle Fuel

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$16,260                 $19,860                 $23,400

Included in this line item are regular and diesel fuel costs for Public Works vehicles and equipment purchased
through the Speedway Account.


1-17-4-0500        Vehicle Maintenance

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$4,602                  $30,460                 $28,700

Maintenance and repair ofPublic Works vehicles requiring repairs beyond our capabilities are charged to this line
item as well as the bi-annual vehicle safety lane inspections.


1-17-4-0550        Vehicle Repairs & Maint Parts

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 11,750                $12,399                 $0                                               $0

This account has been combined with 1-17-4-0500 and is no longer in use.



1-17-4-1100        CurblSidewalk

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 35,904                $3,785                  $7,000

This budget line reflects the purchasing oftools and material to remove and replace sidewalk utilizing current
department staff


1-17-4-1200        Streets

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 7,577                 $8,717                  $7,900

Asphalt and concrete to repair the Village's streets and pothole patching are charged to this line item. Additional
funds are provided for within Fund 21 to repair streets due to water main break repair activities.




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1-17-4-1300        Street & Traffic Lights

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 21,341               $33,121                 $38,100                                         $38,500

This line item includes repair costs associated with Village streetlights, the maintenance contract with Meade
Electric for traffic signals and street light pole replacement.
            • !DOT Meade Service Contract                    $21,000
            • Street Light Replacement. 3 @ $3300              10,000
            • Various Street Light Repairs                      7,500


1-17-4-1400        Parkways

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 830                  $1,318                  $1,000

Costs associated with the damage to parkways during the course ofsnow removal and/or underground utility
repairs are charged to this line item. Additional funds are budgeted within Fund 21 to rehabilitate parkways due to
main break repair activities.


1-17-4-3500        Storm Sewer

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 3,402                $7,838                  $7,000

locluded in this line item are costs associated with catch basin replacements, repair of storm sewers, NPDES Phase
II annual permit fee and the annual NPDES Phase II Audit.
           • NPDES Phase II Audit                      $4,000
          •    System Repairs                              1,500
          •    NPDES Phase II Permit Fee                   1,000



         CAPITAL EXPENDITURES


1-17-5-0100        Autos & Trucks

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $33,105                 $0


1-17-5-0500        Office Fwniture

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0

No office furniture is included in the 2009110 budget.




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1-17-5-1300        Street and Traffic Lights

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0


1-17-5-1500        Operating Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 8,567                $18,457                 $0


1-17-5-4020        GIS Program

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0

All expenses associated with the account are now acconnnodated within the GIS Account 1-12-5-1530.


1-17-5-5000        Street & RoadlBike Path Construction

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0

Funds for additional bike path construction are not included in the 2009/10 budget.




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        GENERAL FUND
BUILDING AND GROUNDS DIVISION

        2009/10 BUDGET
BUILDINGS & GROUNDS - FUND 18

Buildings & Grounds Maintenance




       SupelVises contractual selVices for window cieaning, pest control, HVAC maintenance, landscaping maintenance
       at Village Hall and the Public Safety Buildings, irrigation selVices, elevator inspection selVices, RPZ certification and
       inspection, fire safety system testing and inspection, janitorial selVices and carpet cieaning.

       Provides for routine maintenance, repairs and capital improvements at Village Hall, the Public Safety Buildings and
       the Public Works facility.

       Funds the labor and materials necessary to perfonn grounds maintenance, snow removal and salting of four public
       parking lots, Village Hall, the two Public Safety Buildings and the Public Works facility.

       Sponsors the maintenance and appearance of public areas, litter control and landscaping.                   Landscaping
       maintenance includes trimming shrubs, weeding, mowing, herbicide treatments, etc.

Downtown Business District & Riverwalk Maintenance




       Perfonning snow removai and ice controi for the Downtown and the Riverwalk.

       Install, water and maintain plantings in planters and parkways; trim trees and bushes as necessary; mow grass
       areas; remove trash and conduct litter patrol, maintain street lighting, railings, and landscape irrigation system.

       Assist in the traffic contrOl, coordination and setup of "Heritage Fesf' and other special events during the year.

Forestry Program




       Public Works personnel trim or remove small branches overhanging public sidewalks as required to produce
       acceptable clearances above finished grade.
                                  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
                                    FUND 18 BUDGET OVERVIEW



FY 2008/2009 Overview/Accomplishments

The Buildings and Grounds Division continued to provide the residents and staff with well-maintained facilities.
This maintenance includes every day activities, such as cleaning of bathrooms, waxing of the floors, cleaning of
carpets, washing of windows, maintaining the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, providing a
professional, safe, and pleasurable environment for use. This Division provides the maintenance responsibilities
of four facilities including Village Hall, two Public Safety Centers, Public Works as well as the Downtown
Business District, Riverwalk and public right-of-way maintenance and urban forestry.

A number of successful projects or initiatives were accomplished by the Buildings & Grounds Division's
personnel in Fiscal Year 2008/09. Abridged descriptions of these accomplishments are as follows:

     }>   Coordinated contractual mosquito control services and treated over 650 storm catch basins with
          mosquito larvicide control.
     }>   Removed the bluestone pavers adjacent to the driveway at 99 West Main Street and replaced the
          apron with colored concrete. The salvaged bluestone pavers were then utilized by Trinity Landscape
          to repair/replace damaged bluestones within the downtown area at a substantial cost savings.
     }>   Staff replaced twelve of the sixteen light fixtures at the Grafelman Park fountain after they were
          damaged during the winter in 2007/08.
     }>   Division personnel conducted the weeding, trimming and landscape improvements at Public Safety
          Center (PSC) #1 and #2 and Village Hall producing a savings in out-of-pocket costs in lieu of using
          professional services.
     }>   Completed the trimming of the parkway trees within the Tartans and Hills Subdivisions and began
          trimming parkway trees in the area bordered by South Eighth Street to South Third Street and from
          South Street to Strom with over 300 parkway trees trimmed. An additionai 30 parkway trees were
          removed through contractual services.
     }>   Developed an in-depth assessment of the landscaping located in and around the Riverwalk.
     }>   Trimmed over 300 parkway trees and removed over 40 trees with in house staff, including from
          parkways, bike paths, the landscape buffer on the south side of Chateau Bluff Drive and the open
          space behind the Kittridge Booster Station.
     }>   Staff cited 49 properties and mowed fourteen properties throughout the community for weed/grass
          height violations.
     }>   Supervised contractual repairs to the clock at Village Hall.
     }>   Staff replaced window panes on several instances at the South End Park public restrooms following
          repeated vandalism.
     }>   Participated in a maintenance burn at Prairie Meadow Park in conjunction with Trustees Hanley and
          Yuscka, as well as the Fire Department and Rutland Fire Protection District.
     }>   Served in a support role for various special events, I.e., Heritage Fest, Irish Fest, parades, etc.
     }>   Participated in the National Night Out Against Crime, where staff answered questions from the
          community and provided information on stormwater management, the West Nile Virus, the emerald
          ash leaf borer and department services.
     }>   Constructed a cold storage barn with an additional 1,200 square feet of off season storage.
     }>   Met quarterly as a Safety Committee to review accidents, incidents, equipment needs and procedural
          reviews.
     }>   Participated in the combined department safety training sessions with the Fire Department, IRMA and
          Homeland Security.




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2009/10 Goals/Objectives

During the upcoming 2009/10 Fiscal Year, the Department of Pubiic Works proposes to continue staff
involvement in the management and active participation in a number of maintenance projects, including;
trimming of approximateiy 250 trees with staff labor, conducting mosquito control through larvicide applications,
securing a two year janitorial services contract, and repairing the roof at PSC#1.


Significant Changes from Fiscal Year 2008/09

Challenges to the Buildings and Grounds Division in 2009/10 will include incorporating rising fuel, electrical and
material costs with limited budgetary increases while maintaining the various Village facilities. Several
contractual services have been eiiminated, inciuding mosquito adultacide spraying, carpet cleaning, window
washing and pesticide control at all buildings, downtown and Riverwalk landscaping services, the Neighborhood
Parkway Tree Trimming Program. Staff will maintain vigilance to detect possible emerald ash leaf borer
infestations. Finally, the Tree Replacement Program will be suspended for a second year through FY2009/10.




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  ACCOUNT                                           --2007--           --2008--
                                                                                                     2009 --------------
                                                                                                      8 MO.
                                                                                                                            --2010--
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  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION            ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED        ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  1-18-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME            180,820           191,297      204,400       128,988      200 / 000     197,800
  1-18-1-1000        PART-TIME SALARIES                       o              o             o              o            o              o
  1-18-1-1300        SEASONAL                         14,489            12,964       27,680        21,944       22,000        32,600
  1-18-1-1600        OVERTIME                         15,520            23,923       12,000        10,782       25,000        15,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                             210,829           228,184      244,080       161,714      247,000       245,400

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  1-18-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE     30,987            32,743       32,300        21 / 299     31,300        36,000
  1-18-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF      21,486            22,739       22,400        14,878       23,500        27,000
  1-18-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE      15,588            16,958       18,600        12 / 481     19,000        18,800
  1-18-2-1500        UNIFORMS                          1,089             1,472        1,600         1,445        1,500         1,600
  1-18-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT & PROGRAMS       1,163             5,406        1,650             224      1 / 200       1,700
  1-18-2-2500        TRAINING                             77               492          900               o          200         500
  1-18-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                   o              o              o             o            o              o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                              70,390            79,810       77,450        50,327       76,700        85,600

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  1-18-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                      590               667          500             139          350           400
  1-18-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                 7,091            11,580        8,600         9,094       12,000        14,000
  1-18-3-0300       JANITORIAL SUPPLIES                6,506             9,806        7,800         5,842        7,800         7,800
  1-18-3-0500       TELEPHONE                          1,726             1,348        1,600         1 / 077      1,600         1,400
  1-18-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE/BONDS         10,665            17,153        6,000              50     10,100        10 / 100
  1-18-3-1000       ELECTRICITY                        6,998             8,109        8,300         3,771        8 / 300       8,300
  1-18-3-1100       HEATING                           21,988            20,980       25,000         4,831       20,000        25,000
  1-18-3-1500       TRAVEL                                    o              o             o              o            o              o
  1-18-3-2100       PRINTING                             499               497          800               o            o              o
  1-18-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                   1,110               276        1,100             531          900         750
  1-18-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              23,749            36,754       41,000        28 / 327     41,000        27,000
  1-18-3-3200       JANITORIAL SERVICES               15,647            20,956       23,000        12 / 713     22,000        23,000
  1-18-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE         1,581             1,712        1,800         1 , 166      1 / 500       2,000
  1-18-3-3700       REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES                    o            674              o             o            o              o
  1-18-3-4200       CHEMICALS & FERTILIZER             1,149               486        1,000         1,093        1,100         1 / 000
  1-18-3-4400       FORESTRY                          56,117            60,149       60 / 000      63,337       68,000        25 , 000
  1-18-3-4410       TREE PLANTING                     24,048            17,805             a       15,972       16,000                o
  1-18-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                             o             53           250          748          750              250

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                         179,464           209,005      186,750       148 / 691    211,400       146,000
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  ACCOUNT                                            --2007--          --2008--                       8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION             ACTUAL            ACTUAL       BUDGETED        ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BUILDINGS & GROUNDS
  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  1-18-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT                 1,580           2,759        1,500           312        1,500         1,200
  1-18-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                         7,130           9,829       19,500         4,248       11,000        19,500
  1-18-4-0500       VEHICLE LABOR                            0              27        4,100             0        1,000         2,500
  1-18-4-0550       VEHICLE PARTS                          170               0            0            29           30             0
  1-18-4-2000       BUILDINGS & GROUNDS REPAIRS         35,724          82,884       71,000        45,952       60,000        42,000
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TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                             44,604          95,499       96,100        50,541       73,530        65,200

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  1-18-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                           0               0            0             0            0              0
  1-18-5-1000       OFFICE FURNISHINGS                       0               0            0             0            0              0
  1-18-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                    299           9,228            0        (1,549)           0              0
  1-18-5-2000       SLDGS & GROUNDS IMPROVEMENTS        53,724         106,762       26,000        40,131       41,000              0
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TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                              54,023         115,990       26,000        38,582       41,000             0
TOTAL BUILDINGS & GROUNDS                              559,310         728,488      630,380       449,855      649,630       542,200


TOTAL REVENUES                                               0               0            0              0           0             0
TOTAL EXPENSES                                         559,310         728,488      630,380        449,855     649,630       542,200
SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                     (559,310)       (728,488)    (630,380)      (449,855)   (649,630)     (542,200)
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PUBLIC WORKS BUILDINGS & GROUNDS DIVISION


EXPENSES


         PERSONNEL SERVICES


1-18-1-0200        Salaries-Full Time

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 180,821              $ 191,297               $204,400

Included in this line item are salaries for the following positions: Public Works Director; Public Works SecretaJy;
Superintendent; Crew Leader; Maintenance Worker II; and Maintenance Worker I classifications consisting of
3.60 Full Time Employees (FTE).


1-18-1-1000        Salaries-Part-Time

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0

Any part-time (non-seasonal) employees are charged to this line item.


1-18-1-1300        Salaries-Seasonal

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 14,489               $ 12,965                $ 27,680

Salaries paid from this line-item represent seasonal employees at hourly rates between $8.00 for new seasonal
employees and up to $10.00 per hour for returning seasonal employees for 2080 hours. In addition, this account
provides funds for a $IO/hour seasonal to perform a tree survey and collect GIS information for 1000 hours.


1-18-1-1600        Overtime

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 15,520               $23,924                 $ 12,000

Overtime salaries paid in this line-item represents non-exempt Buildings and Grounds Division personnel called
out for snow removal at public fucilities, Downtown and Riverwalk locations, etc. and other emergency responses
occurriog after regular business hours. Also included in this line item are funds to accommodate seasonal
watering oflandscaping materials as well as quarterly stripping and waxing offloors at Village facilities.




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         PERSONNEL BENEFITS


1-18-2-0100        Group MedicallLife Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 30,988               $32,744                 $ 32,300

This line item is comprised ofthe Village's employee health/life/dental programs that are provided to full-time
employees within the Public Works Department. Currently, the Village has a contract with Blue CrossIBlue
Shield for its employee health insurance and MetLife for its life insurance and dental program.


1-18-2-0700        Village Contribution-lMRF

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 21,486               $ 22,739                $22,400

By State Statute, all employees working for the Village on a regular basis in excess of 1,000 hours per year (and
not covered by the Police or Fire Pension) must participate in the Illinois Muoicipal Retirement Program. Under
this program, employees contribute 4.5% oftheir gross wages. The Village, in turn, is required to contribute
10.31%ofemployee's gross wages for calendar year 2009.


1-18-2-0800        VWD Contr-FICA & Medicare

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 15,588               $ 16,959                $ 18,600

This line-item is comprised ofthe employer's portion ofthe federally-mandated Social Security (FICA) and
Medicare programs. The employer rates for these two programs are 6.45% and 1.20% ofgross payroll
respectively.


1-18-2-1500        Uniforms

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bu
$ 1,089                $ 1,473                $ 1,600

Costs associated with supplying 3.1 FTE personnel with standardized shirts; sweatshirts, boots andjeans are
charged to this line item. Also included are funds to provide Village t-shirts for the seasonal employees.


1-18-2-2000        Safety Equipment & Programs

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,164                $5,407                 $ 1,650

This line item provides funds for Division personnel to participate in safety programs and to provide personal
protective equipment (PPE) to comply with Village and State safety requirements such as; hard hats, work gloves,
fall protection hamesses, eye goggleslprotection, welding aprons, raingear and safety vests. This account supports
3.6 FTE.




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1-18-2-2500         Training

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$78                     $493                    $900

Funds for this line-item are provided for continued training ofBuilding & Grounds Division personnel on the use
ofdepartment equipmen~ vehicle maintenance, snow removal, annual f1agger training, hazardous material
awareness, confined space entry, fall protection, first aid/CPR/defibrillator and trenching/shoring training as
required by the lllinois Department ofLabor and IRMA.


1-18-2-3500        Unemployment Insurance

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$0                      $0                      $0                                               $0

The Village ofWest Dundee does not carry private unemployment insurance. Any eligible unemployment
benefits owed to terminated employees would be charged to this line-item.


          OPERATING EXPENDITURES


1-18-3-0100        Office Supplies

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 590                   $668                    $ 500

The purchase ofgeneral office supplies such as office paper, copier, fax and printer toner are included in this line
item.


1-18-3-0200        Operating Supplies

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 7,092                 $ 11,581                $ 8,600                                          $14,000

Included in this line item are miscellaneous supplies for the Buildings and Grounds Division such as potting soil,
making duplicate keys, wasp spray, hand tools, etc.


1-18-3-0300        Janitorial Supplies

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 6,507                 $ 9,806                 $ 7,800

Janitorial supplies such as toilet paper, paper towels and cleaning supplies for the Village Hall, Public Safety
Centers I & 2 as well as the Public Works facilities are charged to this line item.




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1-18-3-0500        Telephone

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 1,727                 $ 1,348                 $ 1,600                                          $1,400

This line item is comprised ofthe Village's montWy phone bill expenditures, including;
            • Nextel annual charges                     1,145
            • y.. ofADT Charge                            180
            • Replacement phone                            75


1-18-3-0600        Operating Insurance/Bonds

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 10,665                $ 17,154                $ 6,000                                          $10,100

Included in this line-item is the proportionate cost ofthe Village's insurance through IRMA as well as required
deductible expenses for Public Works insurance claims and other insurance-related matters.


1-18-3-1000        Electricity

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 6,999                 $ 8,110                 $ 8,300

The cost ofelectricity for the fountains and Riverwalk lighting are charged to this account. This account is not
part ofthe Village's joint purchasing agreement.


1-18-3-1100        Heating

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 21,988                $ 20,981                $ 25,000

The cost ofgas for heating the Village Hall, Public Safety Centers I & 2 as well as 60% ofthe Public Works
facility are charged to this line-item. This item is increased due to an anticipated 18% rate increase by Nicor.



1-18-3-2100        Printing

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 500                   $498                    $ 800




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1-18-3-2200         Equipment Rental

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,111                 $277                   $ 1,100

Rental ofequipment for stump grinding, Heritage Fest, Community Breakfast and other special events are charged
to this line item.


1-18-3-3000        Contractual Services

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 23,749                $ 36,755               $ 41,000

This line item includes funds for:

          •    HVAC Maintenance Contract                     9,800
          •    Misc. Service Calls                           4,265
          •    Elevator Service Agreement                    4,080
          •    Fire Suppression Annual Inspect               2,500
          •    Fire Extinguisher Service                     2,500
          •    lnigation System Turn On/Off                  1,900
          •    RPZ Inspections                               1,200
          •    Sec. of State Boiler Inspect                    380
          •    DOT Random Drug Test/screening                  375


1-18-3-3200        Janitorial Services

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 15,648                $ 20,956               $ 23,000

Cleaning service contract for cleaning Village Hall, Public Safety Center and Public Works are charged to this line
item. New contract will begin on May 1,2009.


1-18-3-3500        Small Equip/Tools/Hardware

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,582                 $ 1,712                $ 1,800

Included in this line item are funds to purchase miscellaneous tools, equipment and hardware to maintain Village
facilities and Downtown and Riverwalk areas.




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1-18-3-3700         Reimbursable Expenses

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Budget                                  FY 09/10 Ruest
$0                      $674                     $0                                               $0

This line-item is used to track those expenses that the Village incurs and needs to bill-out to the responsible party.
Any invoice that is being charged to 1-18-3-3700 will result in the generation ofan invoice for collection and
therefore, the net impact to this line item should be O.


1-18-3-4200        Chemicals & Fertilizer

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,149                 $487                    $ 1,000

Included in this line item are the costs associated with weed and ice control at Village facilities and the Downtown
and Riverwalk areas.


1-18-3-4400         Forestry

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 56,118                $ 60,149                $ 60,000

Provides funding for.


1-18-3-4410        Tree Planting

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 24,049                $17,805                 $0

No funds are allocated for the Parkway Tree Replacement Program.


1-18-3-6500        Miscellaneous

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $ 53                    $250

This line item includes unbudgeted miscellaneous items not covered under other line items.




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          MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS


1-184-0100          Department Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,580                 $ 2,759                  $ 1,500

Maintenance/repairs to Buildings and Grounds Division equipment such as mowers, tractors, snow blowers, etc.
are included in this line-item.


1-184-0200          Vehicle Fuel

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 7,131                 $ 9,830                  $ 19,500

Included in this line item are regular and diesel fuel costs for Public Works vehicles and equipment purchased
through the Speedway Fleet Account.


1-184-0500          Vehicle Maintenance

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $27                      $ 4,100

Maintenance and repair ofPublic Works vehicles requiring repairs beyond our capabilities are charged to this line
item.


1-184-2000          Buildings & Grounds Repairs

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$35,725                 $ 82,884                 $ 71,000

Included in this line item are costs associated with repairs to overhead doors, electrical, plumbing, etc. at the
Village Hall, Public Safety Center and Public Works mcilities. Scheduled repairs include;
     • Various facility repairs                             20,000
     • HVAC Repairs                                          10,000
     • Fire Suppression System                                5,000
     • PSCI Roof Repair                                       3,000
     • Irrigation System Repairs                              2,000
     • PW Air Drier Repair                                    2,000




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         CAPITAL EXPENDITURES


1-18-5-0100        Autos & Trucks

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                     $0


1-18-5-1000        Office Furnishings

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et   FY 09/10 Re uest
$0                     $0                     $0                $0

No office furnishings are included in the FY 200911 0 budget.


1-18-5-1500        Operating Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$299                   $ 9,229                $0


1-18-5-2000        Buildings & Grounds hnprovements

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 53,724               $ 106,762              $ 40,132




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WATER AND SEWER UTILITY FUND
         REVENUES

       2009/10 BUDGET
                                                                                                             ee
To:              Village President and Board
From:            David Danielson
Re:              FY 2009/10 Budget - Water/Sewer Fund Revenues



Despite a 30% increase in the Village's Water and Sewer rates that went into effect on May 01, 2007,
revenue projections for this Fund for the past two years have lagged. Due to two back-to-back much
wetter than average summer seasons, water consumption during the typical summer months have
fallen short of expectations. Currently, we are projecting that the 2008/09 budget for water/sewer sales
will fall short by nearly $300,000.

The FY 2009/10 budget inciudes the sum of $1,800,000 for water/sewer sales. If the summer of 2009
is more typical in terms of water consumption, this figure should be able to be met. Due to the difficult
economy that we are currently experiencing, water consumption however, may be decreased as well.
Without a doubt, our residents are paying their bills on a less timely basis than before and increasingly,
more late notices are being generated by my Department. Because we are very sensitive to this fact,
an increase in our current water/sewer rate structure is not be recommended at this time. Our
expenses in this fund are difficult to control due to external forces such as sewage treatment charges,
electrical energy costs, debt service requirements, etc. The needed unantic'lpated rehabilitation of Well
#5 that occurred during FY 2009/10 for $250,000 also has put a strain on the cash position of the fund.
On a positive note, the Fund generated in FY 2008/09 approximately $95,000 in water tap-on fees and
$140,000 in sewer tap-on fees. The bulk of this revenue came from PAR Development for their
project being developed in the Village and their opting of the West Dundee's FPA (Facilities Planning
Area).

$80,000 in tap-on fee is included as revenue source for FY 2009/10. Historically, tap-on fees in excess
of capital expenditures are transferred at year-end to the Capital Projects Fund. Due to the large
expenditure that occurred for the Well #5 rehabilitation in FY 2008/09, we are proposing that a transfer
not be made in FY 2009/10. Should additional development be permitted in the FY 2009/10 fiscal year
raising the tap-on fees to an amount greater than $80,000, a recommendation will be made to the
Board to transfer these funds to the Capital Projects Fund.

At the close of the six-month accounting period, a formal report will be made to the Board informing
them of the status of the Fund and what revisions to the revenues and/or expenditures will need to be
made at that time.




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DATE: 03/13/2009                                            VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                  PAGE:         1
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ID:   BP430000.WOW                                                                                                                                    \)
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                                                             FUND:       SEWER & WATER DEPARTMENT
                                                                                                                                                       l
                                                                                                             2009 --------------    --2010--          ~
  ACCOUNT                                                 --2007--            --2008--                        8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER                ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL              ACTUAL       BUDGETED         ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                                             o
REVENUES
  REVENUES
  2-00-0-0300          SEWER AND WATER BILLS             1,340,409          1,740,650    1,990,000      1,145,224    1,700,000     1,800,000
  2-00-0-0310          SLEEPY HOLLOW BILLING                30,391             43,994       45,000         16,622       45,000        45,000
  2-00-0-0400          DEVELOPER WATER SALES                 2,102                200          500          2,256        2,256           500
  2-00-0-1000          WATER TAP ON FEES                   177,730             15,744       15,000         91,936       95,000        35,000
  2-00-0-1100          SEWER TAP ON FEES                   228,311             18,975            0        135,043      140,000        45,000
  2-00-0-1900          WATER METER SALES                    11,314              5,113       25,000          1,079        1,200         2,000
  2-00-0-2000          PLAN REVIEW FEE                           0                  0            0              0            0             0
  2-00-0-2200          SCAVANGER SALES - SCRAP METERS            0                  0            0              0            0             0
  2-00-0-3000          SALE OF ASSETS                            0                  0            0              0            0             0
  2-00-0-3700          REIMBURSEMENT REVENUE                     0                  0            0              0            0             0
  2-00-0-4000          TURN-ON/OFF FEE AFTER HOURS               0                  0            0              0            0             0
                                                        ------------------------         -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL REVENUES                                           1,790,257          1,824,676    2,075,500      1,392,160    1,983,456     1,927,500

  INTER FUND REVENUE
  2-00-3-0000          INTERFUND REVENUE - VFF                       0              0               0           0            0                0
                                                        ------------------------         -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL INTERFUND REVENUE                                              0              0               0           0            0                0

  FINANCE REVENUE
  2-00-6-0000          INTEREST INCOME                          566               420          500            187          250              250
                                                        ------------------------         -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL FINANCE REVENUE                                           566               420          500            187          250           250
TOTAL REVENUES:                                           1,790,823         1,825,096    2,076,000      1,392,347    1,983,706     1,927,750




TOTAL REVENUES                                            1,790,823         1,825,096    2,076,000      1,392,347    1,983,706     1,927,750
TOTAL EXPENSES                                                       o              o               o           o            o                o
SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                         1,790,823         1,825,096    2,076,000      1,392,347    1,983,706     1,927,750
WATER AND SEWER UTILITY FUND
 WATER TREATMENT DIVISION

       2009/10 BUDGET
WATER - FUND 21



Water System




        Provides for the maintenance and repair of three deep wells, three clear wells and two booster stations served by
        two treatment plants.

        Funds the maintenance and repair of the water distribution system, including but not limited to, three overhead
        water towers with a storage capacity of 2,750,000 gallons of potable water, approximately 47 miles of water main,
        547 fire hydrants and a few hundred plus isolation valves.

        Provides for the maintenance and servicing of numerous pumps, generators, control panels, pressure reducing
        valve stations, SCADA communications, etc.

        Provides for the purchase, repair, installation, bi-monthly reading and testing of over 1gOO water meters.

        Ensures annual compliance with IEPA Regulations for over 800 backflow prevention devices located in over 600
        residential and commercial sites.

        Provides for the purchase of chemicals, i.e., Chlorine, Fluoride, caustic soda and salt to treat the raw water by
        removing the undesirable impUrities from the raw water supply.



                                DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
                                  FUND 21 BUDGET OVERVIEW

FY 2008/09 Overview/Accomplishments

The Water Division provided potable water to the community through daily maintenance activities which
included the installation, repairs and reading of water meters and collecting and testing of water samples from
various locations throughout the community. These samples were tested for traces of fluoride, chlorine, iron,
p.h., or polyphosphates. Furthenmore, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) regulations required
samples to be collected for testing of lead, copper, bacteriological, radium and barium which were submitted to
an IEPA private laboratory for analysis. The Department met all Illinois EPA regulations conceming the overall
water quality produced through these maintenance operations.

Successful projects or initiatives accomplished by the Division personnel in Fiscal Year 2008 are as follows:
   ~   Published the annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) mandated by the IEPA..
   ~   Staff responded to 550 JULIE locate requests.
   ~   Staff responded to 150 resident service calls.
   ~ Staff completed repairs (which included removing the softening media and gravel, making repairs to the
       intemal steel structure, repainting the internal structures, re-packing the gravel and media and passing
       IEPA certification) to softener cell #4 althe Angle Tam Water Treatment Plant (ATWTP).
   ~   Staff initiated repairs to softener cell #2 at the ATWTP.
   ~   Supervised the restoration of well #5 located at the ATWTP after it suffered a catastrophic failure that
       necessitated the replacement of the well pump, motor, power cable and repairs to the well bore hole
       itself.
    ~   Staff removed and replaced five fire hydrants within the Springhill Mall property.
    ~   Responded to numerous service calls related to sulfur smelling water. These complaints were related
        to water produced at the Randall Road Water Treatment Plant (RRWTP) from well #6. This smell was
        due to naturally occurring hydrogen sulfide gas that is integrated into the water while still within the
        aquifer. Staff responded by flushing the distribution system to purge the gas from the water mains.
    ~   Issued a precautionary boil order on October 29th after a twelve inch water main that serviced the food
        court at Springhill Mall failed. After making repairs to the water main, an IEPA Laboratory certified all
        water samples as potable, and the precautionary boil order was lifted on October 31~.
    ~   On December 17th the underground clarifier vauit at the RRWTP fiooded after a computer
        programming confiict allowed the well to continue to pump after a power surge disabled the alarm
        panel. Losses to equipment and controls were limited to $3,000, of which Seagren Construction, the
        General Contractor, reimbursed the Village. The programming conflict was resolved. A second, minor
        flood occurred in February, 2009. This instance was attributed to the uninterrupted power supply unit
        failing, which again allowed the well to pump after the plant's control system had failed. Due to staff
        being on-site, no damage to equipment occurred. However, it was determined that the alarm circuit
        that had been previously re-programmed failed to activate. The contractor was on-site and resolved
        this situation. Furthermore, the uninterrupted power supply unit was removed, so that in the future, if
        the power faiis, the entire treatment plant will be off-line until the backup generator is online.
    ~   In conjunction with the IT Division, supervised the installation of a radio transmission antenna for
        CriKett Communications, on top of the Spring Hill Water Tower.
    ~   Successfully negotiated a Project Takeover Agreement with Traveler's Insurance, the Performance
        Bond issuer for Dempsey lng, after they failed to complete the Illinois Route 72 Utility Extension Project.
    ~   Worked with Traveler's Insurance to complete the Illinois Route 72 Utility Extension Project.
    ~   Served in a support role for various speciai events, i.e., Heritage Fest, Irish Fest, parades, etc.
    ~   Participated in the National Night Out Against Crime, where staff answered questions from the
        community and provided information on stormwater management, the West Nile Virus, the emerald
        ash ieaf borer and department services.
    ~   Met quarterly as a Safety Committee to review accidents, incidents, equipment needs and procedural
        reviews.
    ~   Participated in the combined department safety training sessions with the Fire Department, IRMA and
        Homeland Security.


2009/10 Goals/Objectives

During the upcoming 2009/10 fiscai year, the Water Division proposes to; purchase two mechanical sludge
presses for the RRWTP to replace the current rentai units, replace the brine pumps at the ATWTP, replace a
pump impellor at the ATWTP, replace the FAA Navigational Beacon at the Northwest Water Tower, publish the
Consumer Confidence Report on the Village's web-page and provide staff with continuing education training for
water related topics/issues.


Significant Changes from Fiscal Year 2008/09

Staff will continue to deliver exceptional customer service while maintaining fiscal responsibility. Chemical,
electricai and heating costs are expected to continue to rise throughout the year, which will directly impact the
division's activities throughout the year. An aggressive preventive maintenance program will be continued to
limit system disruptions and marginalize financial impacts, all the while conducting facility and system upgrades
to ensure that the Village's water system remains safe, aesthetically pleasing and compliant with all Federal,
State and local agency demands.
DATE: 03/12/2009                                     VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:      1
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                                                                                     -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--       I
  ACCOUNT
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION
                                                    --2007--
                                                     ACTUAL
                                                                       --2008--
                                                                        ACTUAL       BUDGETED
                                                                                                     8 MO.
                                                                                                    ACTUAL    PROJECTED
                                                                                                                          REQUESTED
                                                                                                                             BUDGET
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EXPENSES - WATER
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  2-21-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME            313,535           321,904      346,000      215,861      331,000       332,500
  2-21-1-1000        SALARIES - PART TIME                     o              o               o         o            o              o
  2-21-1-1300        SALARIES - SEASONAL               2,212             1,506        5,100           36           36         5,100
  2~21-1-1600        OVERTIME                         26,682            36,261       21,800       19,255       32,000        19,000

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                             342,429           359,671      372,900      235,152      363,036       356,600

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  2-21-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE     42,262            46,780       44,100       29,198       42,200        43,500
  2-21-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF      37,412            37,995       39,600       24,863       39,000        46,500
  2-21-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE      25,549            26,903       27,800       17,975       27,400        27,500
  2-21-2-1500        UNIFORMS                          1,665             1,812        2,150        1,911        2,100         2,250
  2-21-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT PROGRAM          4,645             2,834        2,500          656        1,200         2,500
  2-21-2-2500        TRAINING                          1,380               780        2,000          389        1,600         2,000
  2-21-2-3000        DUES AND MEMBERSHIPS                602               565          600            o          600           600
  2-21-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                   o              o               o         o            o              o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                             113,515           117,669      118,750       74,992      114,100       124,850

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  2-21-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                    1,689             1,604        1,300          289          900         1,000
  2-21-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                 2,713             8,075        6,000        4,738        6,000         6,000
  2-21-3-0500       TELEPHONE                          2,706             5,035        3,500        2,450        3,900         4,900
  2-21-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE/SOND          12,860            21,001        6,500          150       12,200        12,000
  2-21-3-1000       ELECTRICITY                      119,765           201,537      180,000      122,924      180,000       180,000
  2-21-3-1100       GAS                                6,331            19,123        8, 000       1,012        6,700         8,000
  2-21-3-1200       GENERATOR FUEL                       451             6,576        1,500            o        1,550         1,700
  2-21-3-1500       TRAVEL                             1,049               582        1,700          165          500           100
  2-21-3-2000       POSTAGE                            2,545             2,133        2,000        1,760        2,000         2,000
  2-21-3-2100       PRINTING                             589               625        1,000          713          800         1,000
  2-21-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                          o             77       42,500          680       42,700           500
  2-21-3-2400       AUDIT FEE                          3,000             3,500        3,000        1,000        2,000         2,500
  2-21-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               4,000            12,463       15,100       12,690       15,100        26,100
  2-21-3-3100       IEPA WATER ANALYSIS                  502             4,431       14,000        2,476       14,000        14,000
  2-21-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE         2,104             4,801        4,000        2,114        3,100         3,500
  2-21-3-3600       WATER METERS                      10,163            18,927       31,000        2,402        5,500         6,000
  2-21-3-3700       REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES             1,863             1,666               o     5,155            o              o
  2-21-3-4200       CHEMICALS                         29,069            42,327       60,000       40,698       72,000        65,000
  2-21-3-4300       TREATMENT SALT                    65,885            99,880       80,000       47,282       83,000        80,000
DATE: 03/12/2009                                     VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                               PAGE:         2
TIME: 08:22:29                                       DETAILED BUDGET REPORT                                                                 <Q
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                                                     FUND:       SEWER & WATER DEPARTMENT
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                                                                                                   2009                   --2010--
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  ACCOUNT                                          --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED           I
  NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION          ACTUAL             ACTUAL         BUDGETED     ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET          ~
EXPENSES - WATER
EXPENSES
  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  2-21-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                     1.025             1,189           1,000       (108)        150              500

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                        268,309           455,552         462,100    248,590     452,100       414,800

  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS
  2-21-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT              2,092             4,745           6,000      5,215       6,000         6,000
  2-21-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                      3,142             9,849           5,000      4,248       7,200         7,500
  2-21-4-0500       VEHICLE LABOR                       434               431           2,000      2,349       3,500         4,000
  2-21-4-0550       VEHICLE PARTS                       554                59               o        149         150                o
  2-21-4-2500       WELLS                                    o              o           2,500    254,393     255,000         2,500
  2-21-4-2550       WATER TREATMENT FACILITY         10, 631           17,965          15,000     15,136      19,000        25,000
  2-21-4-2600       WELL HOUSES                       6,107             1,361           1,500        278       1,000         1,500
  2-21-4-2700       WATER MAINS                      12,444             5,330          10,000      6,198      10,000        10,000
  2-21-4-2750       SERVICE LINE REPAIRS              4, 408            4,068           4,000      8,548       9,600         4,000
  2-21-4-2800       RESERVOIRS                        1,550             1,231           2,300      1,626       2,000         5,000
  2-21-4-2900       METERS                                   o              o               o          o            o               o
  2-21-4-2910       METERS - RADIO REMOTE UNITS              o              o               o          o            o               o
  2-21-4-3000       HYDRANTS                         14,865           118,618)         15,000      5,475      12,000        15,000

TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                          56,:;27           26,421          63,300    303,615      325,450       80,500

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  2-21-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                      268                41               o          o            o               o
  2-21-5-0500       OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT        140             1,611               o          o            o               o
  2-21-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT              24,228            11,780               o          o            o       15,000
  2-21-5-2500       WATER & SEWER SYSTEM IMPROV      36,090            14,633               o          o            o               o
  2-21-5-2910       METERS - RADIO REMOTE            12,040                 o               o          o            o               o
  2-21-5-4000       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS              9,555                 o               o          o            o               o
  2-21-5-4020       GIS PROGRAM                              o              o               o          o            o               o
TOTAL CAPITAL ~·EXPENDITURES                          82,321           28,065               o          o            o       15,000

  OPERATING TRANSFERS
  2-21-9-0100       TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND         35,000            35,000          35,000     17,500       35,000               o
  2-21-9-0200       TRANSFER TO VFF ~ CAPITAL       104,204                 o               o          o            o               o
TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS                            139,204           35,000          35,000     17,500       35,000               o
TOTAL EXPENSES - WATER                             1,002,005        1,022,378    1,   052,050    879,849    1,289,686      991,750
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PUBLIC WORKS WATER DIVISION


EXPENSES


         PERSONNEL SERVICES


2-21-1-0200        Salaries-Full Time

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07108 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 313,535              $321,905                $346,000

Included in this line item are salaries for the following positions: Public Works Director; Public Works Secretaty;
Street Superiutendent; Crew Leader; Maintenance Worker II; and Maintenance Worker I, Water Superintendent,
and Utility Worker II classifications consisting of5.45 Full Time Employees (FTE).


2-21-1-1000        Salaries-Part time

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0


2-21-1-1300        Salaries-Seasonal

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 2,212                $ 1,506                 $ 5,100

Salaries paid from this line-item represent seasonal employees at hourly rates between $8.00 for new seasonal
employees and up to $10.00 per hour for returning seasonal employees for 600 hours.


2-21-1-1600        Overtime

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 26,682               $ 36,261                $ 21,800                                        $19,000

Overtime salaries paid in this line-item represents non-exempt Water Division personnel called out for water
alarms, weekend operations and other emergency responses occurring after regular business hours.




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         PERSONNEL BENEFITS


2-21-2-0100        Group Medical/Life Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$42,263                $ 46,780                $ 44,100

This line item is comprised ofthe Village's employee health/life/dental prognnus that are provided to full-time
employees within the Public Works Department. Currently, the Village has a contract with Blue CrossIBlue
Shield for its employee health insurance and MetLife for its life insurance and dental prognnu.


2-21-2-0700        Village Contribution-lMRF

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 37,412               $ 37,996                $ 39,600

By State Statute, all employees working for the Village on a regular basis in excess of 1,000 hours per year (and
not covered by the Police or Fire Pension) must participate in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Program. Under
this program, employees contribute 4.5% oftheir gross wages. The Village, in turn, is required to contribute
10.36% ofemployee's gross wages.


2-21-2-0800        VWD Contr-FICA & Medicare

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 25,550               $ 26,903                $ 27,800

This line-item is comprised ofthe employer's portion ofthe Federally-mandated Social Security (FICA) and
Medicare programs. The employer rates for these two programs are 6.45% and 1.20% ofgross payroll
respectively.


2-21-2-1500        Unifonns

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 1,665                $ 1,812                 $ 2,150                                        $2,250

Costs associated with supplying 5.45 FIE personnel with standardized shirts; sweatshirts, boots and jeans are
charged to this line item. Also included are funds to provide Village t-shirts for the seasonal employee.


2-21-2-2000        Safety Equipment Prognnu

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$4,645                 $ 2,835                 $ 2,500

This line item provides funds for Water Division personnel to participate in safety programs and to provide
personal protective equipment (PPE) to comply with Village and State safety requirements such as hard hats, work
gloves, fall protection harnesses, eye goggleslprotection, welding aprons, raingear and safety vests. This account
supports 5.45 FIE.




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2-21-2-2500         Training

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09110 Re uest
$ 1,381                 $ 780                   $ 2,000                                          $2,000

Funds for this line-item are provided for training oflicensed water operators to comply with !EPA mandsted
continuing education requirements for water treatment procedures, !EPA regulations and changes in the water
quality industry and on the use ofdepartment equipment, vehicle maintenance, snow removal, annual tlagger
training, hazardous material awareness, confined space entry, full protection, first aid/CPR/defibrillator and
trenchiog/shoring training as required by the Illinois Department ofLabor and IRMA.


2-21-2-3000        Dues and Memberships

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$602                    $ 565                   $600

Membership dues for such professional associations as the American Water Works Association and Kane County
Water Association are included in this line item.


2-21-2-3500        Unemployment Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                      $0

The Village of West Dundee does not carry private unemployment insurance. Any eligible unemployment
benefits owed to terminated employees would be charged to this line-item.


          OPERATING EXPENDITURES


2-21-3-0100        Office Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,690                 $ 1,604                 $ 1,300

The purchase ofgeneral office supplies such as office paper, copier, fax and printer toner are included in this line
item.


2-21-3-0200        Operating Supplies

FY 05/06 Actual         FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Bud et
$ 2,714                 $ 8,075                 $6,000

Included in this line item are miscellaneous supplies for Water Division equipment such as lab supplies, marking
paint, etc.




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2-21-3-0500         Telephone

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 2,706                  $ 5,035                $ 3,500

This line item is comprised ofthe Village's monthly phone bill expenditures, including;
            • 20% ofPW facility charges                  2,545
            • Nextel annual charges                      2,100
            • ADT security charges                         180 (split with 17 & 22)
            • Replacement phone                             75


2-21-3-0600        Operating InsurancelBond

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 12,861                 $ 21,001               $ 6,500                                          $12,000

Included in this line-item is the proportionate cost ofthe Village's insurance through IRMA as well as required
deductible expenses for Public Works insurance claims and other insurance-related matters.


2-21-3-1000        Electricity

FY 06107 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 119,766                $ 201,537              $ 180,000

The cost ofelectricity for water facilities such as the treatment plants, reservoirs and the pump stations are charged
to this line-item.


2-21-3-1100        Gas

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 6,332                  $ 19,123               $ 8,000

The costs associated with natural gas for a portion ofthe PW Facility, RRWTP and the Booster Stations.


2-21-3-1200        Generator Fuel

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$451                     $ 6,577                $ 1,500

The cost of fuel for water facilities emergency generators are charged to this line-item.


2-21-3-1500        Travel

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,050                  $ 583                  $ 1,700

Included in this line-item are travel and related expenses for Water Division personnel for attendance at
conferences and/or trade shows.




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2-21-3-2000        Postage

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 2,546                $ 2,134                 $ 2,000

Included in this line-item are all mailing fees, (including UPS and Federal Express) for mailing water samples as
well as general postage use.


2-21-3-2100        Printing

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 590                  $626                    $ 1,000

This line-item includes printing of West Dundee stationary, envelopes, business cards, shutoffnotices, maps and
other specialized printing needs.


2-21-3-2200        Equipment Rental

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $77                     $ 42,500

Included within this line item is $42,000 for the rental ofthe sludge press for the Randall Road Water Treatment
Plant. Other funds within this account include the rental of Water Division equipment for short term needs.


2-21-3-2400        Audit Fee

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 3,000                $ 3,500                 $3,000                                         $2,500

Costs associated with this line-item includes a portion ofthe costs associated with the performance ofthe annual
audit (current auditor: Seldon Fox, LTD.) as well as the costs associated with the Village's participation in the
GFOA Certificate ofAchievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Program.


2-21-3-3000        Contractual Services

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 4,001                $ 12,463                $ 15,100

This line item includes funds for;
            • RRWTP Sludge Disposal                      $10,000
            • Generator Maintenance                        7,350
            • Service Calls                                3,050
            • Sensus Meter Support                         1,500
            • Crane and Hoist Maintenance                  1,400
            • RPZ Certification                              975
            • JULIE charges (split with Wastewater)          675
            • Y4 ofthe Department's Copier Lease             500
            • AWWA Standards Maintenance                     400
            • !DOT Random Drug Test                          250




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2-21-3-3100         !EPA Water Analysis

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 502                   $ 4,431                  $ 14,000

Included in this line item is the analysis ofthe Village's water in order to remain in compliance with EPA
regulations.


2-21-3-3500         Small EquipfToolslHardware

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09110 Re uest
$ 2,105                 $ 4,801                  $ 4,000                                          $3,500

Included in this line item are funds to purchase miscellaneous equipment, tools and hardware for water meter
replacement and other departmental operations.


2-21-3-3600         Water Meters

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 10,163                $ 18,928                 $ 31,000

Funds are provided in this line item for the purchase ofwater meters for meter replacements and/or new
installations.


2-21-3-3700         Reimbursable Expenses

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,864                 $ 1,666                  $0

This line-item is used to track those expenses that the Village incurs and needs to bill-out to the responsible party.
Any invoice that is being charged to 2-21-3-3700 will result in the generation ofan invoice for collection and
therefore, the net impact to this line item should be O.


2-21-3-4200         Chemicals

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$29,069                 $42,327                  $ 60,000

Included in this line-item are the expenses for water treatment chemicals such as cWorine and sodium hydroxide.


2-21-3-4300         Treatment Salt

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 65,886                $ 99,881                 $ 80,000

Funds are provided in this line item for the softening treatment ofthe Village's water supply.




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2-21-3-6500         Miscellaneous

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,025                 $ 1,190                 $ 1,000

This line item includes unbudgeted miscellaneous items not covered under other line items.


          MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS


2-21-4-0100        Department Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 2,093                 $4,745                  $ 6,000

Maintenancelrepairs to Water Division equipment such as motors, pumps and any non-driven equipment are
included in this line-item.


2-21-4-0200        Vehicle Fuel

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 3,142                 $ 9,850                 $ 5,000

Included in this line item are regular and diesel fuel costs for Pnblic Works vehicles and equipment purchased
through the Speedway Account.


2-21-4-0500        Vehicle Labor

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$435                    $432                    $2,000

Maintenance and repair ofWater Division vehicles requiring repairs are charged to this line item.


2-21-4-0550        Vehicle Parts

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 555                   $60                     $0

Maintenance and repair parts for Water Division vehicles repaired by an outside mechanic service and/or the
department's mechanic are charged to this line item.


2-21-4-2500        Wells

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et          FY 08/09 Pro'ected
$0                      $0                      $ 2,500                  $255,000

Included in this line item are costs associated with the maintenance and/or repair to the Village's wells.




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2-21-4-2550        Water Treatment Facility

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 10,631                $ 17,966                $ 15,000                                        $25,000

Miscellaneous supplies to maintain and/or repair water treatment facility at the Angle Tam Water Treatment Plant
(ATWTP) as well as the Randall Road Water Treatment Plant (RRWTP) are charged to this line item.
    • ATWTP Replace Brine Pump                             9,000
    • ATWTP Pump Impellor Replacement                      8,000
    • ATWTP Maintenance                                    4,000
    • RRWTP Maintenance                                    4,000


2-21-4-2600        Well Houses

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 6,108                 $ 1,362                 $ 1,500

Included in this line item are costs associated with the maintenance and/or repair to the Village's well houses.


2-21-4-2700        Water Mains

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07108 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 12,445                $ 5,331                 $ 10,000                                        $10,000

Included in this line item are funds to purchase supplies such as pipes, clamps, concrete replacement, asphalt
patching or parkway restoration material required to maintain or repair the Village's water mains.


2-21-4-2750        Service Line Repairs

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 4,409                 $ 4,068                 $ 4,000

Included in this line item are funds to purchase supplies such as pipes, clamps, concrete replacement, asphalt
patching or parkway restoration material required to maintain or repair water service lines.


2-21-4-2800        Reservoirs

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,550                 $ 1,232                 $2,300

This line item includes funds to purchase miscellaneous supplies to maintain and/or repair the Village's Reservoirs
and additional funds to replace the NW Tower Navigational Beacon.


2-21-4-2900        Meters

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                      $0




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2-21-4-2910        Meters-Radio Remote Units

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08109 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0

Future funding to replace MXU meter devices will be accommodated within Meters-Radio Remote Units 2-21-5-
2910.


2-21-4-3000        Hydrants

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 14,866               $ (18,618)              $ 15,000

Included in this line item are costs associated with the purchase of new hydrants and miscellaneous supplies to
maintain and/or repair hydrants.



         CAPITAL EXPENDITURES


2-21-5-0100        Autos & Trucks

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$268                   $ 41                    $0

No vehicle purchase are scheduled for FY2009/10.


2-21-5-0500        Office Furniture & Equipment

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$140                   $ 1,611                 $0

No purchase are scheduled for FY2009/10


2-21-5-1500        Operating Equipment

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Ruest
$24,229                $11,781                 $0                                             $15,000

This line item provided funds to purchase the sludge press for the Randall Road Water Treatment Plan~ which
was previously funded through Equipment Rental Account 2-21-3-220 in the amount of$45,600.


2-21-5-2500        Water & Sewer System Improvements

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 36,090               $ 14,633                $0

No improvements are scheduled for FY2009110




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2-21-5-2910        Meters-Radio Remote Units

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 12,040                $0                      $0

Funding to replace MXU meter devices.


2-21-5-4000        Capital Improvements

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual          FY OS/09 Bud et         FY OS/09 Pro'ected
$ 9,555                 $0                      $0                      $0

No projects are scheduled for FY200911 0


2-21-5-4020        GIS Program

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                      $0

All expenses associated with the account are now accommodated within the GIS Account 1-12-5-1530.


         OPERATING TRANSFERS


2-21-9-0 I 00      Transfer to General Fund

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 35,000                $ 35,000                $ 35,000

$35,000 is budgeted to be transferred to Fund I (General Operations) as a reimbursement for billing, collection,
and management oversight ofthe WaterlSewer Utility Fund.


2-21-9-0200        Transfer to VFF-Capital

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 104,204               $0                      $0                                              $0

$300,000 is included to be received in FY 2007/0S for new construction water tap-on fees. These fees (less
capital expenses incurred in the Water Division's budget) are transferred to Fund 4 (Village Facilities - Capital
Projects) to reimburse that fund for waterlsewer projects funded through Fund 4.




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WATER AND SEWER UTILITY FUND
 SEWAGE TREATMENT DIVISION

       2009/10 BUDGET
WASTEWATER         FUND 22




Sanitary Sewer System




         Provides for the maintenance and upkeep of the seven active lift stations located at Liberty Street, Third Street,
         Jelke Creek, Carlington Drive, Timbers and Valleys, Acorn Court and at Wesemann Drive.

         Funds the maintenance of lift station structures, equipment and the sewage conveyance system that consists of
         over 30 miles of sanitary sewers.

         Public Works crews respond to resident complaints of sewer blockages and determine areas of responsibility in
         effecting repairs.

         Monitor inflow and infiltration of the sanitary collection system.


                                  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
                                    FUND 22 BUDGET OVERVIEW

FY 2008/09 Overview/Accomplishments

The successful collection and transmission of sewerage is the cornerstone of creating a healthy community.
Staff ensures that this happens through daily inspection of the sewer lift stations, metering flumes and system
monitoring.

Successful projects or initiatives accomplished by the Division personnel in Fiscal Year 2008 are as follows:

    }>   Replaced two pump seals at the Jelke Creek Lift Station.
    }>   Removed and replaced the Muffin Monster Grinder Unit at the Jelke Creek Lift Station after scheduled
         factory service.
    }>   Removed and cleaned the two sewage pumps at the Carrington Lift Station after the pumps became
         clogged with cloth debris that were improperly disposed of in the sanitary sewer system.
    }>   Conducted routine sewer cleaning on roughly eight miles of sanitary sewer main.
    }>   Began acflvely pumping sewage to the East Dundee Wastewater Treatment Plant via the modifications
         made to the Third Street Lift Station.
    }>   Assumed operational control over the lift station installed at the Oakview Corporate Park known as the
         Wesemann Drive Lift Station.
    }>   Served in a support role for various special events, i.e., Heritage Fest, Irish Fest, parades, etc.
    }>   Participated in the National Night Out Against Crime, where staff answered questions from the
         community and provided information on stormwater management, the West Nile Virus, the emerald
         ash leaf borer and department services.
    }>   Met quarterly as a Safety Committee to review accidents, incidents, equipment needs and procedural
         reviews.
    }>   Participated in the combined department safety training sessions with the Fire Department, IRMA and
         Homeland Security.
2009/10 Goals/Objectives

During the upcoming 2009/10 fiscal year, the Wastewater Division will continue ongoing jetting maintenance
initiatives to prevent trunk line backups will be performed. Additional activities will include; monitoring the flows
to East Dundee to ensure contractual compliance, purchase a spare pump for the Carrington Lift Station, and
replace a flow meter at the Third Street Lift Station.



Significant Changes from Fiscal Year 2008/09

Challenges to the Wastewater Division in 2009/10 will include incorporating rising fuel, electrical and material
costs with limited budgetary increases while maintaining compliance with health, safety and welfare regulations.
DATE: 03/12/2009                                     VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:      1
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TIME: 09:30:26                                       DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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                                                                                     -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION
                                                    --2007--
                                                     ACTUAL
                                                                       --2008--
                                                                        ACTUAL       BUDGETED
                                                                                                     8 MO.
                                                                                                    ACTUAL    PROJECTED
                                                                                                                          REQUESTED
                                                                                                                             BUDGET
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EXPENSES - WASTEWATER
EXPENSES
  PERSONNEL SERVICES
  2-22-1-0200        SALARIES - FULL TIME            100,795           103,935      111,100       69,766      107,000       108,000
  2-22-1-1000        SALARIES-PART TIME                       o              o               o         o            o              o
  2-22-1-1300        SALARIES - SEASONAL               2,212             1,506        5,500           36           50              o
  2-22-1-1600        OVERTIME                          7,605            10,367        7,700        5,411       10,000         6,500

TOTAL PERSONNEL SERVICES                             110,612           115,808      124,300       75,213      117,050       114,500

  PERSONNEL BENEFITS
  2-22-2-0100        GROUP MEDICAL/LIFE INSURANCE     13,349            14,687       16,500       10,593       14,400        17,000
  2-22-2-0700        VILLAGE CONTRIBUTION - IMRF      11,851            12,097       12,400        7,969       12,400        15,100
  2-22-2-0800        VWD CONTR - FICA & MEDICARE       8,405             8,644       10,000        5,772        8,900         9,300
  2-22-2-1500        CLOTHING ALLOWANCE                  526               621          750          799          800           700
  2-22-2-2000        SAFETY EQUIPMENT PROGRAM          3,371               958          500          475          500           750
  2-22-2-2500        TRAINING                             77                10          500            o          200           250
  2-22-2-3000        DUES-MEMBERSHIPS                     20                32          150            o            o              o
  2-22-2-3500        UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                   o              o               o         o            o              o
TOTAL PERSONNEL BENEFITS                              37,599            37,049       40,800       25,608       37,200        43,100

  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  2-22-3-0100       OFFICE SUPPLIES                    1,527             1,075        1,000          139          600         1,000
  2-22-3-0200       OPERATING SUPPLIES                    82             1,233        1,300        1,501        1,900         2,000
  2-22-3-0500       TELEPHONE                          2,706             3,573        2,500        1,489        2,200         3,600
  2-22-3-0600       OPERATING INSURANCE/BOND          19,318            25,550       11,000            o       21,000        11,000
  2-22-3-1000       ELECTRICITY                       39,038            11,271       32,000       10,331       15,000        32,000
  2-22-3-1100       GAS                                  609               824        7,000          243        1,500         7,000
  2-22-3-1200       GENERATOR FUEL                     2,093             1,235        2,000            o        1,400         1,600
  2-22-3-1500       TRAVEL                             1,076               524          950           13           13              o
  2-22-3-2000       POSTAGE                            2,330             2,015        1,500        1,000        1,200         1,500
  2-22-3-2100       PRINTING                                  o             87          250            o            o           150
  2-22-3-2200       EQUIPMENT RENTAL                          o              o          500            o            o           500
  2-22-3-2400       AUDIT FEE                          3,000             1,500        2,000        1,000        1,500         1,500
  2-22-3-3000       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               3,118             7,407       17,100        3,141       14,000        15,000
  2-22-3-3100       TREATMENT CHARGES                658,919           546,064      550,000      318,843      500,000       500,000
  2-22-3-3200       WASTE WATER ANALYSIS                      o              o               o        30            o              o
  2-22-3-3500       SMALL EQUIP/TOOLS/HARDWARE           761               883        1,000          111          500         4,500
  2-22-3-3700       REIMBURSEABLE EXPENSES              (200)              309               o         o            o              o
  2-22-3-4200       CHEMICALS                                 o              o               o         o            o              o
  2-22-3-6500       MISCELLANEOUS                        140               131          250            o            o              o
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                         734,517           603,681      630,350      337,841      560,813       581,350
DATE: 03/12/2009                                          VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                              PAGE:      2
TIME: 09:30:26                                            DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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                                                                                                        2009                  --2010--
                                                                                                                                             c(;
  ACCOUNT
  NUMBER                ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION
                                                        --2007--
                                                         ACTUAL
                                                                            --2008--
                                                                             ACTUAL       BUDGETED
                                                                                                         8 MO.
                                                                                                        ACTUAL   PROJECTED
                                                                                                                             REQUESTED
                                                                                                                                BUDGET
                                                                                                                                             ~
                                                                                                                                               I
EXPENSES - WASTEWATER
  MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                                                                                                                      ~
  2-22-4-0100       DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT                    1,708             1,742        2,000          64       1,800         2,000
  2-22-4-0200       VEHICLE FUEL                            3,042             9,829        6,000       4,248       7,200         6,500
  2-22-4-0400       VEHICLE BODY - LABOR                           o              o               o         o          o              o
  2-22-4-0450       VEHICLE BODY - PARTS                           o              o               o         o          o              o
  2-22-4-0500       VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIRS LABOR             293                 o        2,500          149      1,200         2,500
  2-22-4-0550       VEHICLE MAl NT & REPAIRS PARTS                 4            102               o         o          o              o
  2-22-4-2910       METERS ~ RADIO REMOTE UNITS                    o              o               o         o          o              o
  2-22-4-4000       SANITARY SEWER                          2,407            26,334        5,000         283       1,000         5,000
  2-22-4-4500       LIFT STATIONS                          28,777            19,829       21,000      16,534      21,000        20,000
  2-22-4-4600       TREATMENT PLANT                                o              o               o         o          o              o
  2-22-4-4700       SEWAGE BACK-UP REIMBURSEMENTS           1,000                 o               o         o          o              o
TOTAL MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS                                37,231            57,836       36,500      21,278      32,200        36,000

  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  2-22-5-0100       AUTOS & TRUCKS                         91,843               120               o         o          o              o
  2-22-5-0500       OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT              140                 o               o         o          o              o
  2-22-5-1500       OPERATING EQUIPMENT                    13,309             1,074               o         o          o              o
  2-22-5-4000       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS                           o            300               o         o          o              o
  2-22-5-4020       GIS PROGRAM                                    o              o               o         o          o              o
  2-22-5-5000       ADMIN. FEE-E. DUNDEE AGREEMENT                 o              o               o         o          o              o
  2-22-5-9000       DEPRECIATION EXPENSE                           o              o               o         o          o              o
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                105,292             1,494               o         o          o              o
  DEBT SERVICE
  2-22-8-1000          SLUDGE MANAGEMENT DEBT SERVICE       7,126             6,054       35,502       17,750     35,502        35,502
  2-22-8-2000          CAPACITY PURCHASE DEBT SERVICE      24,980            22,051      106,065       53,032    106,065       106,065
  2-22-8-3000          HEAT EXCHANGER REPLACEMENT           5,895             3,693        5,898        7,386      7,387         7,387
  2-22-8-4000          AMMONIA REMOVAL IEPA LOAN                   o          5,712        5,712        2,856      5,712         5,712

TOTAL DEBT   S~~VICE                                       38,001            37,510      153,177       81,024    154,666       154,666

  OPERATING TRANSFERS
  2-22-9-0100       TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND               35,000            35,000       35,000       17,500     35,000              o
  2-22~9-0200       TRANSFER TO VFF - CAPITAL             {13,5531                o               o         o          o              o
TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS                                  21,447            35,000       35,000       17,500     35,000              o
TOTAL EXPENSES - WASTEWATER                             1,084,69.9          888,378    1,020,127      558,464    936,929       929,616
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PUBLIC WORKS WASTEWATER DIVISION


EXPENSES


          PERSONNEL SERVICES


2-22-1-0200        Salaries-Full Time

FY 06107 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 100,796               $ 103,936               $ 111,100

Included in this line item are salaries for the following positions: Public Works Director; Public Works Secretary;
Superintendents, Crew Leader; Maintenance Worker II; and Maintenance Worker I classifications consisting of
1.7 Full Time Employees (FTE).


2-22-1-1000        Salaries-Part time

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual        I FY 08/09 Budget        FY 08/09 Projected    I FY 09/10 Request I
$0                     $0                     1$0                      $0                    1$0                      I

2-22-1-1300        Salaries-Seasonal

FY 06/07 Actual       I FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Budget         FY 08/09 Projected      FY 09/10 Request       I
$ 2,212               I $ 1,506                $ 5,500                 $50                     $0                     I
Salaries paid from this line-item represent seasonal employees at hourly rates between $8.00 for new seasonal
employees and up to $10.00 per hour for returning seasonal employees for 680 hours.


2-22-1-1600        Overtime

FY 06107 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 7,606                $ 10,367                $ 7,700

Overtime salaries paid in this line-item represents non-exempt Wastewater Division personnel called out for
alarms, weekend operations and other emergency responses occurring after regular business hours.




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         PERSONNEL BENEFITS


2-22-2-0100        Group Medical/Life Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 13,349               $ 14,687                $ 16,500

This line item is comprised ofthe Village's employee health/life/dental programs that are provided to full-time
employees within the Public Works Department. Currently, the Village has a contract with Blue Cross/Blue
Shield for its employee health insurance and MetLife for its life insurance and dental program.


2-22-2-0700        Village Contribution-IMRF

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 11,852               $ 12,097                $ 12,400

By State Statute, all employees working for the Village on a regular basis in excess ofl,OOO hours per year (and
not covered by the Police or Fire Pension) must participate in the lllinois Municipal Retirement Program. Under
this program, employees contribute 4.5% oftheir gross wages. The Village, in tum, is required to contribute
11.07% of employee's gross wages.


2-22-2-0800        VWD Contr-FICA & Medicare

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 8,406                $ 8,644                 $ 10,000                                       $9,300

This line-item is comprised ofthe employer's portion ofthe Federally-mandated Social Security (FICA) and
Medicare programs. The employer rates for these two programs are 6.45% and 1.20% ofgross payroll
respectively.


2-22-2-1500        Unifonns

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 527                  $ 621                   $ 750

Costs associated with supplying 1.7 FIE personnel with standardized shirts; sweatshirts, boots and jeans are
charged to this line item. Also included are funds to provide Village t-shirts for the seasonal employee.


2-22-2-2000        Safety Equipment Program

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 3,371                $ 959                   $500

This line item provides funds for Wastewater Division personnel to participate in safety programs and to provide
personal protective equipment (PPE) to comply with Village and State safety requirements such as hard hats, work
gloves, fall protection harnesses, eye goggles/protection, welding aprons, raingear and safety vests. This acconnt
supports 1.7 FfE.




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2-22-2-2500        Training

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$78                     $10                     $ 500

Funds for this line-item are provided for continued training ofWastewater Division personnel on the use of
department equipment, vehicle maintenance, snow removal, annual flagger training, hazardous material
awareness, confined space entry, fall protection, first aid/CPR/defibrillator and trenching/shoring training as
required by the Illinois Department ofLabor and IRMA.


2-22-2-3000        Dues & Memberships

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et         FY 08/09 Pro'ected
$20                     $ 32                    $ 150                   $0

Membership dues for such professional associations as the American Wastewater Association are included in this
line item.


2-22-2-3500        Unemployment Insurance

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                      $0

The Village of West Dundee does not cany private unemployment insurance. Any eligible unemployment
benefits owed to terminated employees would be charged to this line-item.


         OPERATING EXPENDITURES


2-22-3-0100        Office Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,527                 $ 1,075                 $ 1,000

The purchase ofgeneral office supplies such as office paper, copier, fax and printer toner are included in this line
item. Additional funds of$300 are allocated to purchase a flat file plan cabinet.


2-22-3-0200        Operating Supplies

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 83                    $ 1,233                 $ 1,300

Included in this line item are miscellaneous supplies for lab work and wastewater operations.




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2-22-3-0500        Telephone

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 2,706                  $ 3,573                $ 2,500

This line item is comprised ofthe Village's monthly phone bill expenditures, including;
            • 20% PW fucility charges                   $2,520
            • Nextel annual charges                        825
            • ADT security charges                         180
            • Replacement phone                             75


2-22-3-0600        Operating Insurance/Bond

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 19,319                 $ 25,550               $ 11,000

Included in this line-item is the proportionate cost ofthe Village's insurance through IRMA as well as required
deductible expenses for Public Works insurance clahns and other insurance-related matters.


2-22-3-1000        Electricity

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$ 39,039                 $ 11,271               $ 32,000                                         $32,000

The cost ofelectricity for wastewater pump stations is charged to this line-item. Additional funds are included to
accommodate the Grand Pointe Lift Station and the Oakview COIporate Park Lift Station.


2-22-3-1100        Gas

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 609                    $ 825                  $ 7,000

The cost for natural gas associated with operating the lift stations. This item has increased due to the addition of
the Grand Pointe Lift Station and the Oakview Corporate Park Lift Station.


2-22-3-1200        Generator Fuel

FY 06/07 Actual          FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et         FY 08/09 Pro'ected
$2,094                   $ 1,236                $ 2,000                 $1,400

The cost offuel for wastewater facilities emergency generators are charged to this line-item.




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2-22-3-1500        Travel

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/OS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 1,076                $524                    $950

Included in this line-item are travel and related expenses for Wastewater Division personnel for attendance at
conferences andlor trade shows.


2-22-3-2000        Postage

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 2,330                $ 2,015                 $ 1,500

Included in this line-item are all mailing fees, (including UPS and Federal Express) for general wastewater postage
use.


2-22-3-2100        Printing

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$0                     $ SS                    $250

This line-item includes printing ofWest Dundee stationary, envelopes, business cards, shutoffnotices, maps and
other specialized printing needs.


2-22-3-2200        Equipment Rental

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et                                FY 09/1 0 Ruest
$0                     $0                      $ 500                                          $500

This line-item includes rental ofWastewater Division equipment for short term needs.


2-22-3-2400        Audit Fee

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et
$ 3,000                $ 1,500                 $2,000

Costs associated with this line-item includes a portion ofthe costs associated with the performance ofthe annual
audit (current auditor: Phillip Rootberg and Company) as well as the costs associated with the Village's
participation in the GFOA Certificate ofAchievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Program.




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2-22-3-3000         Contractual Services

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et                                  FY 09/10 Re uest
$3,118                  $ 7,408                  $ 17,100                                         $15,000

This line item includes funds for;
            • Powertron luspections/repairs                  9,900
            • Crane and Hoist luspect                        1,700
            • Flume Maintenance                              1,250
            • JULIE charges (split with Water)                 675
            • Copier Lease                                     500
            • RPZ Inspections                                  390
            • Service Calls                                    335
            • !DOT Random Drug Test                            250


2-22-3-3100         Treatment Charges

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 658,920               $ 546,065                $ 550,000

Included in this line item are the monthly wastewater treatment charges from the Fox River Water Reclamation
District (FRWRD) and $150,000 for an annual minimum payment due to East Dundee for wastewater treatment.


2-22-3-3200         Wastewater Analysus

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                      $0                       $0



2-22-3-3500         Small Equip/ToolslHardware

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Bud et
$762                    $ 884                    $ 1,000

Included in this line item are funds to purchase miscellaneous equipment, tools and hardware for wastewater
departmental operations.


2-22-3-3700         Reimbursable Expenses

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual          FY 08/09 Budget         FY 08/09 Projected       FY 09/10 Request
$ (200)                 $ 309                    $0                      $0                       $0

This line-item is used to track those expenses that the Village incurs and needs to bill-out to the responsible party.
Any invoice that is being charged to 2-22-3-3700 will result in the generation ofan invoice for collection and
therefore, the net impact to this line item should be O.


2-22-3-4200         Chemicals

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                   FY 09/10 Ruest
$0                      $0                      $0                                                $0




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2-22-3-6500        Miscellaneous

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 140                  $ 132                   $250

This line item includes unbudgeted miscellaneous items not covered under other line items.


         MAINTENANCE & REPAIRS


2-22-4-0 I00       Department Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 1,708                $ 1,742                 $2,000

Maintenance/repairs to Wastewater Division non-driven equipment are included in this line-item. Additional
funds are included to replace the trailer jetter's %" hose.


2-22-4-0200        Vehicle Fuel

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 3,042                $ 9,830                 $6,000

Included in this line item are regular and diesel fuel costs for Public Works vehicles and equipment purchased
through the Speedway Fleet Account.


2-22-4-0400        Vehicle Body-Labor

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                FY 09/10 Re nest
$0                     $0                      $0                                             $0


2-22-4-0450        Vehicle Body-Parts

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0


2-22-4-0500        Vehicle Maint & Repairs Labor

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$293                   $0                      $ 2,500

Maintenance and repair parts for Wastewater Division vehicles repaired by the department's mechanic are charged
to this line item.




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2-22-4-0550        Vehicle Mainl & Repairs Parts

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07/OS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud el
$4                      $ 103                   $0


2-22-4-2910        MeIers-Radio Remote Units

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud el
$0                      $0                      $0


2-22-4-4000        Sanitary Sewer

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/OS Bud el                                 FY 09/10 Re uesl
$ 2,40S                 $26,334                 $ 5,000                                         $5,000

Included in this line ilem are costs associaled with the maintenance and/or repair to the Village's sanitary sewers.


2-22-4-4500        Lift Stations

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Budget         FY OS/09 Projected      FY 09/10 Request
$2S,777                 $ 19,529                $ 21,000                $21,000                 $20,000

Projects include;
     • Purchase Pump for Carrington                           10,000
     • Replace Third Street Flow Meter                         5,000
     • Facility Repairs                                        3,000


2-22-4-4600        Treatment Plant

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$0                      $0                      $0                                              $0


          CAPITAL EXPENDITURES


2-22-5-0100        Autos & Trucks

FY 06/07 Actual         FY 07lOS Actual         FY OS/09 Bud el
$ 91,S43                $0                      $0

No vehicle purchases are scheduled for FY2009/1O.




                                                        -S-
2-22-5-0500        Office Furniture & Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 07/08 Bud et
$140                   $0                      $0

No office furniture is included in the 2009/10 budget.


2-22-5-1500        Operating Equipment

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 13,309               $ 1,074                 $0

No purchases are scheduled for FY2009/1 O.


2-22-5-4000        Capital Improvements

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                              FY 09/10 Re uest
$0                     $ 300                   $0                                           $0

No capital projects are scheduled for FY200911 O.


2-22-5-4020        GIS Program

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$0                     $0                      $0

All expenses associated with the account are now accommodated within the GIS Account 1-12-5-1530.



DEBT SERVICE


2-22-8-1000        Sludge Management Debt Service

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                              FY 09/10 Ruest
$7,127                 $ 6,054                 $ 35,502                                     $35,502

This line item represents the armual payment made to the Fox River Water Reclamation District for the Sludge
Management Phase 11 Program.


2-22-8-2000        Capacity Purchase Debt Service

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 24,981               $22,052                 $ 106,065

This line item represents the armual payment made to the Fox River Water Reclamation District for expansion to
the North Plant.




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2-22-8-3000        Heat Exchanger Replacement

FY 06/07 Aetnal         FY 07/08 Actual        FY 08/09 Bud et         FY 08/09 Pro'ected
$ 5,896                 $ 3,693                $ 5,898                 $7,387



2-22-8-4000        Ammonia Removal !EPA Loan

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$0                     $ 5,713                 $ 5,712                                         $5,712




         OPERATING TRANSFERS


2-22-9-0 I00       Transfer to General Fund

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et
$ 35,000               $ 35,000                $ 35,000

This line item represents a transfer to the General Operations Fund (Fund I) for services provided to the
Wastewater Division (administration, billing, collections, etc.)


2-22-9-0200        Transfer to VFF-Capital

FY 06/07 Actual        FY 07/08 Actual         FY 08/09 Bud et                                 FY 09/10 Re uest
$ (13,553)             $0                      $0                                              $0

This line item represents the anticipated amount ofthe transfer from wastewater tap-on fees collected from new
construction within the Village less capital expenses incurred by this Division.




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MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND

   2009/10 BUDGET
                                                                         Village of

                                                                West Dun ee

                       Memorandum
To:               President Keller and Members of the Village Board
From:             Joe Cavallaro - Village Manager
                  David Danielson - Finance Director
Re:               FY 2009/1 0 BudgetTransmittal- Motor Fuel Tax Fund



By State of Illinois Statute, funds collected by the State's motor fuel taxes and distributed to the units of
local government are to be accounted for in a separate fund of the Village. Distributed to the
municipalities on a per capita basis, it was originally projected that the receipts for the Village for the
2008/09 fiscal year would be $29.00 per capita. The latest estimate is that the actual collections for FY
2009 will be $25.80 per capita (or 8.1 % lower than the budgeted amount).

The State is estimating that FY 2010 revenues for Motor Fuel Taxes will be $26.30 per capita, or an
increase of 1.9% from the 2009 actual receipts. Based on this estimate, our 2010 budgeted amount is
$191,700. The projected beginning cash balance of Fund 3 (Motor Fuel tax Fund) as of May 01,2009
is $413,000.

We are recommending that this year's Motor Fuel Tax collections be the same amount as FY 2008/09
as a partial reimbursement for eligible Street Division expenses, such as salaries and road salt.

Based on the above, it is anticipated that as of April 30, 2010, this Fund will have a cash balance of
$402,700.




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DATE: 03/12/2009                                    VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                             PAGE:      1
TIME: 12:40:36                                      DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
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                                                    FUND:     MOTOR FUEL TAX DEPARTMENT

                                                                                               2009 --------------     --2010--
                                                                                                                                      ')
  ACCOUNT                                         --2007--         --2008--                     8 MO.                 REQUESTED
  NUMBER               ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION         ACTUAL           ACTUAL       BUDGETED      ACTUAL    PROJECTED       BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                       413,000

REVENUES
  REVENUES
  3-00-0-1000        MOTOR FUEL TAX ALLOTMENT      220,105         211,604      207,000      132,257      188,030       191,700

TOTAL REVENUES                                     220,105         211,604      207,000      132,257      188,030       191,700

  FINANCE REVENUE
  3-00-6-0000        INTEREST INCOME                 7,876           4,631        5,000        4,670        6,000         5,000
                                                                              -------------------------------------
                                                      7,876          4,631        5,000        4,670        6,000
                                                      7,981        216,235      212,000      136,927      194,030



EXPENDITURES - MOTOR FUEL TAX
EXPENSES
  OPERATING TRANSFERS
  3-23-9-1000       INTERFUND TRANSFERS             207,400        408,000      207,000      103,500      207,000       207,000
                                                ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS                           207,400        408,000      207,000      103,500      207,000       207,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES - MOTOR FUEL TAX                 207,400        408,000      207,000      103,500      207,000       207,000

TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE                  227,981        216,235      212,000      136,927      194,030       609,700
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                                 207,400        408,000      207,000      103,500      207,000       207,000
FUND SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                                                                                  402,700
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND


   2009/10 BUDGET
                                                                        Village of

                                                               West Dun
To:              President and Board of Trustees
From:            Joseph A. Cavallaro
Date:            March 12, 2009
Re:              FY 2009/10 Budget Transmittal - Capital Projects



Attached please find the 2009/10 budget recommendation for Fund #4 (Village Facilities - Capital
Projects), This fund accounts for the funding and expenses related to the construction and
improvement of the Village's facilities, infrastructure, andlor property,

As of May 01, 2009, Fund 4 is anticipated to have a beginning cashlinvestment balance of $900,000
(up from $340,000 from last year's figure), As of this, all expenditures for previously undertaken
construction projects will have been paid for, including the Randall Road Water Treatment Plant and
the Route 72 waterlsewer extension project

The major revenue source for this fund is the 1% home rule saies tax that has been impiemented by
the Village, Due to the weakness of the economy and the deveiopment climate, no tap-on fees are
included as revenue source for the upcoming year. Not unlike Fund 1, the financial strength of the
Capital Projects Fund is highiy dependent upon the strength of the local economy and the development
projects occurring within the Village,

We are again budgeting a 5% decrease in sales tax for this Fund, compared to the projected amount to
be received in FY 2008/09, The 2009/10 budget includes the amount of $2,200,000 for sales tax
revenue,

As the Board is aware, the Village of West Dundee has undertaken many capitai projects in recent
years, These projects, easily exceeding $10,000,000 in costs, have provided our community with a
strong infrastructure, including streets, parks, equipment, and utilities, Based on the current financial
situation, we are again proposing delaying the implementation of any new capital projects for the
2009/10 fiscal year,

The only outstanding obligations for Fund 4 for the 2009/10 fiscal year are the completion of the
engineering services relating to the Routes 31/72 intersection and the Village's portion of the services
pertaining to the Huntley Road project Also included in this Fund's budget is the debt service
requirements for the IEPA loan and the 200212007 General Obligations Bonds, These two obligations
are $1,259,608 for FY 2009/10,

By defraying any new capital projects for 2009/1 0, it is anticipated that our year end cash balance at the
close of FY 2009/10 will increase to $1,800,000, These funds will be instrumental in providing for the
future capital needs of the Village as adequate cash baiances become available,




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                                                                                         -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
 ACCOUNT                                               --2007--            --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
 NUMBER                ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION              ACTUAL              ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                               900,000
REVENUES
REVENUES
  REVENUES
  4-00-0-0100         REFERENDUM SALES TAX             2,633,772         2,473,471    2,475,000       1,444,043   2,315,000   2,200,000
  4-00-0-0200         PROPERTY TAX REVENUE SSA#3          29,965            35,107       35,000          34,991      35,000      35,000
  4-00-0-2600         BIKE GRANT REIMBURSEMENT                    o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-2610         RIVERWALK FOOTBRIDGE GRANT REI              o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3000         OTTO J. MARA TRUST PROCEEDS                 o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3100         2002 BOND ISSUE PROCEEDS                    o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3150         2007 BOND ISSUE PROCEEDS           967,979                 o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3200         KANE COUNTY GRANT/ S. END PARK              o              o            o               o           o              o
  4-00-0-3300         E. DUNDEE PROJECT LOAN                      o         24,000       24,000               o      24,000      24,000
  4-00-0-3700         REIMBURSEMENT REVENUE                       o          4,000            o               o           o              o
TOTAL REVENUES                                         3,631,716         2,536,578    2,534,000       1,479,034   2,374,000   2,259,000

  INTERFUND REVENUE
  4-00-3-0100         INTERFUND TRANSFER - GENERAL             0                 0            0               0           0              o
  4-00-3-0200         TRANSFER TAP ON FEE REV             90,651                 0            0               0           0              o
  4-00-3-0300         INTER FUND TRANSFER - MFT                0           200,000            0               0           0              o
  4-00-3-0400         INTERFUND TRANSFER - COM. DEV.           0                 0            0               0           0              o
TOTAL INTERFUND REVENUE                                   90,651           200,000            o               o           o              o
  VILLAGE DONATIONS
  4-00-5-0120       VLG DONATIONS - RIVERWLK & DWN          (862)              846        2,000             220         250            500

TOTAL VILLAGE DONATIONS                                     (862)              846        2,000             220         250            500

  FINANCE REVENUE
  4-00-6-0000         INTEREST INCOME                    144,668           113,594       15,000          30,538      40,000      25,000

TOTAL FINANCE REVENUE                                    144,668           113,594       15,000          30,538      40,000      25,000
TOTAL REVENUES: REVENUES                               3,866,173         2,851,018    2,551,000       1,509,792   2,414,250   2,284,500



INTERFUND TRANSFERS - EXPENSES
EXPENSES
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                                                                                                        2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                               --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

INTER FUND TRANSFERS - EXPENSES
  OPERATING TRANSFERS
  4-20-5-1000        OPERATING TRANSFER - S & W                   o              o            o             o           o              o
  4-20-5-7000        INTERFUND TRANSFER - DEBT SRV       836,362           774,573      825,363       187,681     834,607       824,050
  4-20-5-8000        INTERFUND TRANSFER - IEPA LOAN               o        442,401      442,402       221,200     442,402       445,962

TOTAL OPERATING TRANSFERS                                836,362         1,216,974    1,267,765       408,881   1,277,009     1,270,012
TOTAL INTERFUND TRANSFERS - EXPENSES                     836,362         1,216,974    1,267,765       408,881   1,277,009     1,270,012



UTILITY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
EXPENSES
  SEWER & WATER EXPENDITURES
  4-25-5-2200       WASTEWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS              0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-3200       UTILITY ENGINEERING DESIGN             23,402                0        3,000        16,102      20,000              o
  4-25-5-4000       N/W WATER/SEWER MAIN-CONSTRUCT         50,000                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-4001       N/W WATER/SEWER MAIN- ENGINEER              0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-4002       N/W WATER/SEWER MAIN-OTHER CON              0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-5000       WATER TOWER - GENERAL CONST.                0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-5001       WATER TOWER - ENGINEERING SERV              0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-5002       WATER TOWER - OTHER CONTRACTS               0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-6000       WASTEWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT               0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-6100       WASTEWATER CAPACITY STUDY                   0                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-6200       FORCEMAIN                             534,749                0        2,500             0           0              o
  4-25-5-6201       FORCEMAIN ENGINEERING                       0              883        3,300             0           0              o
  4-25-5-7000       RANDALL ROAD WATER PLANT CONS.      2,135,435                0            0         3,500     354,000              o
  4-25-5-7001       RANDALL WATER PLANT - ENGINERG        420,389                0        4,500             0           0              o
  4-25-5-7002       RANDALL ROAD PLANT- OVERSIGHT          85,320                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-7003       RANDALL ROAD PLANT - OTHER CON         66,359                0       30,000        25,764      40,000              o
  4-25-5-8051       E. DUNDEE PROJ.-CON. OVERSIGHT        247,500          250,000            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-8052       E. DUNDEE PLANT - ENG.                 20,148                0            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-8500       OAKS LANE UTILITY EXTENSION                 0            1,950            0             0           0              o
  4-25-5-8600       ROUTE 72 W/S EXTENSION-CONS                 0                0       60,000         6,515     150,000              o
  4-25-5-8610       ROUTE 72 W/S EXTENSION- ENG                 0            1,485        2,000         7,490       7,500              o
  4-25-5-9000       TRANSFER TO S & W FUND                      0                0            0             0           0              o
                                                      ------------------------        -------------------------------------
TOTAL SEWER & WATER EXPENDITURES                        3,583,302          254,318      105,300        59,371     571,500              o
TOTAL UTILITY CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                      3,583,302          254,318      105,300        59,371     571,500              o
DOWNTOWN CAPITAL IMPROV PROJ
EXPENSES
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  ACCOUNT                                               --2007--           --2008--                     8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION                ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED      ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

DOWNTOWN CAPITAL IMPROV PROJ
  CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
  4-29-5-1000       DOWNTOWN    CAPITAL IMPR                      a              a            a            a           a              a
  4-29-5-1100       DOWNTOWN    - GENERAL CONTRACTOR              a              a            o            a           a              a
  4-29-5-1200       DOWNTOWN    - ENGINEERING DESIGN              a              a            a            a           a              a
  4-29-5-1300       DOWNTOWN    PARKING - ACQUISITION             a              a            a            a           a              a
  4-29-5-1700       DOWNTOWN    - IL DEPT OF TRANS                a              a            a            a           a              a
  4-29-5-1999       DOWNTOWN    - OTHER CONTRACTORS               a              a            a            a           a              a
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURES                                        a              a            a            a           a              a
TOTAL DOWNTOWN CAPITAL IMPROV PROJ                                a              a            a            a           a              a


STREETS & INFRASTRUCTURE
EXPENSES
  CAPITAL PROJECTS
  4-31-5-2008       FY 2007/08 STREET IMP. PROGRAM                a        560,370            a        5,265       5,266              a
  4-31-5-2009       FY 2008/09 STREET PROGRAM                     a              a      127,090       81,507      82,000              a
  4-31-5-2503       FY 2005/06 STREET PROGRAM-ENG.           739                 a            a            a           a              a
  4-31-5-2504       FY 2006/07 STREET PROGRAM-ENG         22,343                 a            a            a           a              a
  4-31-5-2505       FY 2007/08 STREET PROGRAM -ENG        33,119            46,452            a        1,099       1,100              a
  4-31-5-2506       FY 2008/09 STREET PROGRAM-ENG                 a         38,412            a            a           a              a
  4-31-5-3000       RESIDENTIAL/RT. 72 LIGHTING           13,163                 a            a            a           a              a
  4-31-5-3050       RT 72/31 INTERSECTION                 20,230            10,790       90,000        2,797      10,000       110,000
  4-31-5-3100       RT 72 STREETSCAPE                      9,742            15,559            a            a           a              a
  4-31-5-5000       HUNTLEY RD - ENGINEERING               9,444             4,231            a        2,282       5,000         5,000

TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS                                   108,780           675,814      217,090       92,950     103,366       115,000
TOTAL STREETS & INFRASTRUCTURE                           108,780           675,814      217,090       92,950     103,366       115, 000



RIVERBANK STABILIZATION
EXPENSES
  RIVERBANK STABILIZATION
   4-37-5-1000      RIVERBANK STABILIZATION                1,125                 a            a            a           a              a
TOTAL RIVERBANK STABILIZATION                              1,125                 a            a            a           a              a
TOTAL RIVERBANK STABILIZATION                              1,125                 a            a            a           a              a
DOWNTOWN PARKING
EXPENSES
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                                                                                       -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                             --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER                 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION           ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

DOWNTOWN PARKING
  DOWNTOWN
  4-38-5-1000        DOWNTOWN PARKING RECQNSTR.                 o              o            o            o            o              o
  4-38-5-1200        DOWNTOWN PARKING - ENGINEERING             o              o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL DOWNTOWN                                                  o              o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL DOWNTOWN PARKING                                          o              o            o            o            o              o


PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER
EXPENSES
  PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER #2
  4-39-5-1500        PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER iI-DESIGN             o         15,261            o            o            o              o
TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER #2                                   o         15,261            o            o            o              o
TOTAL PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER                                      o         15,261            o            o            o              o


SPECIAL SERVICE AREA #3
EXPENSES
  CAPITAL EXPENDIURES
  4-40-5-1000       SSA #3 EXPENDITURES                         o              o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDIURES                                       o              o            o            o            o              o
TOTAL SPECIAL SERVICE AREA #3                                   o              o            o            o            o              o


VILLAGE IMPROVEMENTS
EXPENSES
  CAPITAL IMP.
  4-41-5-1000        VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT/DECORATION     21,453             6,210            o        6,922        7,000              o
   4-41-5-1200       VILLAGE HALL IMPROVEMENTS                  o            500            o            o            o              o
   4-41-5-1300       STRATEGIC PLAN IMPLEMENTATION              o              o      100,000            o            o              o
TOTAL CAPITAL IMP.                                      21,453             6,710      100,000        6,922        7,000              o
TOTAL VILLAGE IMPROVEMENTS                              21,453             6,710      100,000        6,922        7,000              o
DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP
EXPENSES
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                                                                                                        2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                              --2007--          --2008--                        8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION               ACTUAL            ACTUAL       BUDGETED         ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP
  DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP
  4-42-5-1000       ADMINISTRATION/FINANCE                     0               0            0               0           0              0
  4-42-5-1100        POLICE DEPART OPERATING EQUIP             0               0            0               0           0              0
  4-42-5-1200        FIRE DEPART OPERATING EQUIP         119,075               0            0               0           0              0
  4-42-5-1300       STREET DEPART OPERATING EQUIP         81,163               0            0         128,588     128,588              0
  4-42-5-1400       BLDG/GROUNDS OPERATING EQUIP               0               0            0               0           0              0
                                                     ------------------------       -------------------------------------       --------
TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP                       200,238               0            0         128,588     128,588              0
TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL OPERATING EQUIP                       200,238               0            0         128,588     128,588              0

TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE                     3,866,173       2,851,018    2,551,000       1,509,792   2,414,250     3,184,500
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                                    4,751,260       2,169,077    1,690,155         696,712   2,087,463     1,385,012
FUND SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                  (885,0871        681,941      860,845         813,080     326,787     1,799,488
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND

       2009/10 BUDGET
                                                                      Village of

                                                              West Dun ee
To:              President Keller 1Members of the Village Board
From:            Joe Cavallaro
Re:              FY 2008/09 Budget Submittal- Community Development Fund



Fund 5 (Community Development Fund) was established in FY 2004/05 to separately track the
proceeds from the additional 0.50% home rule sales tax that went into effect as of January 01, 2004.
On an annual basis, this additional revenue source is expected to generate $1,100,000 for FY
2009/2010.

As of May 01, 2008, we are projecting that this Fund will have available cashlinvestments of $425,000.
This balance takes into consideration the total amount of the Village's obligation for the Springhill
Gateway TIF project that is expected to be finalized on or before April 30, 2009.

Please note that a bUdgeted transfer of $650,000 to the General Fund is being recommended for the
2009/10 fiscal year. Under the guidelines that were established when the additional 0.50% sales tax
was implemented, this annual transfer is to be reviewed by the Board on an annual basis in connection
with the budget and this amount may change year to year depending upon the financial conditions of
the Village. When established, it was our intent to have this annual transfer to be less than 50% of the
sales tax revenue being generated, however, the Village is under no legal obligation to adhere to this
percentage. The recommended 2009/10 transfer of $650,000 represents 59% of the budgeted
2009/10 sales tax revenue received in this Fund. It should be noted that this transfer is $100,000 lower
than the amount for FY 2008/09.

You will note that the 2008/09 budget projections include the direct payment of $4,000,000 to the
developer of the Spring Hill Gateway project as our obligation for Phase I and II of the $4,000,000 Tax
Increment Financing project. As TIF proceeds are received in future years, these funds will be
replenished in order to finance additional economic development activities.

As has been done in recent years, the September Heritage Fest revenues and expenses will be
tracked through this Fund. The Police Department has decided not to participate in the National Night
Out program typically held in August. As a result, no revenues or expenditures are included in the
2009/10 budget for National Night Out.

$100,000 is included in the FY 2009/10 for payment to the Village of Carpentersville for roadway
improvements as part of the intergovemmental agreement for the intersection of Route 31 and Huntley
Road. In addition, $213,064 is included in the 2009/1 0 budget for debt service obligations pertaining to
the First American Bank Note.

Given the above revenues and obligations, we are expecting to have a cash balance of $573,936 in
this Find as of April 30, 2010.




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 NUMBER                 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION              ACTUAL           ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                             425,000

REVENUES
  INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE
  5-00-0-0100       REFERENDUM SALES TAX                1,316,886      1,236,736    1,260,000       722,021   1,150,000     1,100,000
  5-00-0-3150       2008 G.O. NOTE - FIRST AM BANK              0              0            0     2,997,250   2,997,250             0
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUE                         1,316,886      1,236,736    1,260,000     3,719,271   4,147,250     1,100,000

  FINANCE REVENUE
  5-00-6-0000        INTEREST INCOME                      108,858        113,053       25,000       163,919     200,000        25,000
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL FINANCE REVENUE                                     108,858        113,053       25,000       163,919     200,000        25,000

  OTHER REVENUES
  5-00-S-1000        HERITAGE FEST REVENUES                60,615         62,713       55,000        32,878      32,878        55,000
  5-00-S-2000        DICKENS IN DUNDEE REVENUES             1,747            640        2,000         2,586       2,586         2,000
  5-00-S-4000        NATIONAL NIGHT OUT REVENUES                0          7,474       10,000        12,00S      12,008             0
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL OTHER REVENUES                                       62,362         70,827       67,000        47,472      47,472        57,000
TOTAL REVENUES:                                         1,488,106      1,420,616    1,352,000     3,930,662   4,394,722     1,182,000
EXPENSES
  OPERATING EXPENDITURES
  5-00-3-3500        VILLAGE AND COMMUNITY EVENTS           9,244          9,629       15,500         6,716       6,716        10,000
  5-00-3-3600        HERITAGE FEST EXPENSES                56,295         60,991       55,000        50,5S2      53,000        55,000
  5-00-3-3610        DICKENS IN DUNDEE EXPENSES             4,438          6,015        5,000         4,692       4,692         5,000
  5-00-3-3620        NATIONAL NIGHT OUT EXPENSES                0          7,554       10,000         8,424       8,424             0
  5-00-3-3670        ECON. DEV. -COMP PLAN-MARKETNG             0               0           0         2,365       2,365             0
  5-00-3-3800        ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE       227,584        356,SOO      200,000       100,000     200,000       100,000
  5-00-3-7300        ATTORNEY FEES                              0             225           0             0           0             0
  5-00-3-8000        SPRINGHILL GATEWAY TIF                     0               0   2,500,000             0   4,000,000             0
  5-00-3-9000        LAND ACQUISITION                           0               0           0             0     850,000             0
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES                              297,561        441,214    2,785,500       172,779   5,125,197       170,000

  TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
  5-00-4-0100       TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND              475,000        550,000      750,000       375,000     750,000       650,000
  5-00-4-1000       TRANSFER TO CAPITAL PROJECTS                0              0            0             0           0             0
  5-00-4-2000       TRANSFER TO TIF #2                          0              0            0             0           0             0
  5-00-4-5000       TRANSFER - DEBT SERVICE                     0              0            0             0     177,550       213,064
                                                      ------------------------      -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS                            475,000        550,000      750,000       375,000     927,550       S63,064
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  ACCOUNT                                    --2007--         --2008--                        8 MO.                 REQUESTED
  NUMBER

TOTAL
                       ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION    ACTUAL

                                               772,561
                                                              ACTUAL

                                                              991,214
                                                                            BUDGETED

                                                                         3,535,500
                                                                                             ACTUAL

                                                                                         547,779
                                                                                                        PROJECTED

                                                                                                      6,052,747
                                                                                                                       BUDGET

                                                                                                                    1,033,064
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TOTAL REVENUES                               1,488,106      1,420,616    1,352,000     3,930,662      4,394,722     1,182,000
TOTAL EXPENSES                                 772,561        991,214    3,535,500       547,779      6,052,747     1,033,064
SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                              715,545        429,402    (2,183,500)   3,382,883      (1,658,025)     148,936

TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE           1,488,106      1,420,616    1,352,000     3,930,662      4,394 1 722   1,607,000
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                            772,561        991,214    3,535,500       547 1 779    6,052,747     1 1 033,064
FUND SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                                                                                573,936
DEBT SERVICE FUND

  2009/10 BUDGET
                                                                       Village of

                                                              West Dun
To:              President and Board of Trustees
From:            David Dan ielson
Date:            March 12, 2009
Re:              FY 2009/10 BUdget Transmittal- Debt Service



The purpose of Fund 6 (Debt Service) is to track the long-term debt obligations of the Village. As a
home-rule unit of government, the Village has the power to issue debt and provide for its repayment
through property taxes without restriction. The Village, however, has chosen to pay its debt service
obligations not through property taxes, but rather through collections received from the home rule sales
taxes accounted for in Funds 4 and 5.

Because the outstanding bonds were issued as General Obligation Bonds, the Village enjoys a lower
net interest rate cost on the borrowed funds. As outlined in the enabling Ordinances, the County has
been instructed on an annual basis to levy property taxes sufficient to meet the Village's annual interest
and principal payments. Because it is not the Village's intention to levy taxes for this purpose, the
Village must formally abate the tax collection provisions on an annual basis and instruct the County
Clerk not to levy this amount. As the Village Board is aware, the 2008 levy (to be collected in 2009)
has been abated and therefore, no property taxes collected in the upcoming 2009/10 fiscal year will be
used for the repayment of debt service requirements.

Included in the budget for the Debt Service Fund for 2009/10 are the principal and interest
requirements for the 2002 General Obligation Bond Issue and the 2007 Refunding Issue. In addition,
also included are the requirements relating to the 2008 loan with First American Bank and the IEPA
loan for the East Dundee Wastewater Treatment Plant project.

Included in the 2009/10 budget are transfer from Funds 4 and 5 in the respective amounts of
$1,270,012 and $213,064 for the principal/interest obligations for the outstanding debt service
payments that will come due in the 2009/10 fiscal year.




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DATE: 03/13/2009                                        VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                                PAGE:      1
TIME: 10:55:42                                          DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
ID:   BP430000. wow                                                                                                                          ~
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                                                         FUND:       DEBT SERVICE DEPARTMENT                                                 ~
                                                                                        -------------- 2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                              --2007--           --2008--                      8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER                 ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION            ACTUAL             ACTUAL       BUDGETED       ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

BEGINNING BALANCE                                                                                                                     o
OPERATING TRANSFERS
REVENUES
  INTERFUND REVENUE
  6-20-5-1000       OPERATING TRANSFER FROM FUND 1               o              o              o           o           o              o
  6-20-5-4000       OPERATING TRANSFER FROM FUND 4      836,362           774,573    1,267,765             o   1,277,021     1,270,012
  6-20-5-5000       OPERATING TRANSFER - FUND 5                  o              o              o           o     177,553       213,064

TOTAL INTERFUND REVENUE                                 836,362           774,573    1,267,765             o   1,454,574     1,483,076
TOTAL REVENUES: OPERATING TRANSFERS                     836,362           774,573    1,267,765             o   1,454,574     1,483,076




EXPENSES
       UNDEFINED CODE
  6~00-4~1000       TRANSFER TO TIF #2                           o              o              o           o           o              o
TOTAL       UNDEFINED CODE                                       o              o              o           o           o              o
TOTAL                                                            o              o              o           o           o              o


DEBT SERVICE
EXPENSES
  VFF DEBT SERVICE
  6-14-8-0200         GOB 1992 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT           0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0210         GOB 1992 INTEREST EXPENSE               0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0500         GOB 1995 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT           0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0510         GOB 1995 INTEREST EXPENSE               0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0600         NOTE 1996 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT          0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0610         NOTE 1996 INTEREST EXPENSE              0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-0700         GOB 2002 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT     425,000           435,000      450,000       450,000     450,000       465,000
  6-14-8-0800         GOB 2007 PRINCIPAL RETIREMENT           0                 0            0             0           0             0
  6-14-8-7010         GOB 2002 INTEREST EXPENSE         411,362            87,225       72,544        72,543      72,554        56,231
  6-14 - 8 -7 0 2 0   GOB 2007 INTEREST EXPENSE               0           252,348      302,819       312,064     312,065       302,819
  6-14-8-7030         2008 FAB NOTE PRINCIPAL RETIRE          0                 0            0        51,026      85,492       106,155
  6-14-8-7040         2008 FAM NOTE INTEREST EXPENSE          0                 0            0        46,259      92,061       106,909
  6-14-8-8000         IEPA LOAN REPAYMENT                     0                 0      277,735       139,730     277,735       288,281
  6-14 - 8 - 8 010    IEPA LOAN - INTEREST                    0                 0      164,667        81,470     164,667       157,681
  6-14-8-9000         BOND PAYMENT FEES                       0                 0            0             0           0             0
                                                                                     -------------------------------------     --------
TOTAL VFF DEBT SERVICE                                  836,362           774,573    1,267,765     1,153,092   1,454,574     1,483,076
DATE: 03/13/2009                             VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE                                              PAGE:      2
TIME: 10,55,42
ID:   BP430000.WOW
                                             DETAILED BUDGET REPORT
                                                                                                                                 J
                                              FUND:    DEBT SERVICE DEPARTMENT
                                                                                                                                "'-Sl
                                                                                          2009 --------------    --2010--
  ACCOUNT                                   --2007--        --2008--                       8 MO.                REQUESTED
  NUMBER              ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION    ACTUAL          ACTUAL       BUDGETED        ACTUAL    PROJECTED      BUDGET

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE                           836,362        774,573    1,267,765     1,153,092    1,454,574     1,483,076

TOTAL FUND REVENUES & BEG. BALANCE           836,362        774,573    1,267,765             o    1,454,574     1,483,076
TOTAL FUND EXPENSES                          836,362        774,573    1,267,765     1,153,092    1,454,574     1,483,076
FUND SURPLUS {DEFICIT}                                                                                                   o
                        VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE

                        ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

                              April 30, 2009




                            PRESIDENT
                              CLERK
                         BOARD OF TRUSTEES




                                                         BOARDS AND
                                                        COMMISSIONS
                                                      Appearance Review
                                                          Commission
                                                         Police and Fire
                                                          Commission
                                                      Planning and Zoning
                                                          Commission


                               VILLAGE




  VILLAGE ATTORNEY
     PROSECUTOR




POLICE         FffiE       ADMINISTRAnONI        PUBLIC         COMMUNITY
           DEPARTMENT         FINANCE            WORKS         DEVELOPMENT
                            DEPARTMENT         DEPARTMENT      DEPARTMENT
VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE
FULL-TIME PERSONNEL SUMMARY

DEPARTMENT                       FY 01/02 FY 02/03 FY03/04 FY 04/05 FY05/06 FY 06/07 FY 07/08 FY 08/09 FY 09/10

Administration I Finance
Village Manager                        1        1       1        1       1         1       1        1        1
Finance Director                       0        1       1        1       1         1       1        1        1
Assistant to Village Manager           2        1       a        a       a        a        a        a        a
Economic Development Co.               1        1       1        1       a        a        a        a        a
Executive Secretary                    1        1       1        1       1         1       1        1        1
Accountant I Treasurer                 1        1       a        a       a         a       a        a        a
Finance Clerk                          a        1       1        1        1        1        1        1        1
Finance/Records Clerk                  a        a       a        a       a       0.5      0.5      0.5      0.5
Full-time Total                        6        7       5        5       4       4.5      4.5      4.5      4.5

Community Development
Community Dev. Director                a        a       a        a        1        1       1        1        1
Chief Building Official                a        a       a        a        1        1       1        1        1
Building Inspector                     a        a       a        a        1       a        a        a        a
Executive Secretary                    a        a       a        a     0.75     0.75    0.75     0.75     0.75
Full-time Total                        0        0       0        0     3.75     2.75    2.75     2.75     2.75

Fire
Chief                                  1        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Asst. Chief                            1        1       1        1       a        a        a        a        a
Lieutenant                             1        1       4        4       4        4        4        4        4
Firefighter/Param edic                 9        9       6       12      12       11       11       10        9
Building Inspector                     1        1       1        1       a        a        a        a        a
Building Commissioner                  a        a       a        a       a        a        a        a        a
Secretary                              1        1       1        1    0.25     0.25     0.25     0.25     0.25
Full-time Total                       14       14      14       20   17.25    16.25    16.25    15.25    14.25

Police
Chief                                  1        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Captain                                1        1       1        1       1        1        a        a        a
Sergeant                               4        4       4        4       5        5        5        5        5
Detective                              2        2       2        2       2        2        2        2        2
Patrol Officer                        11       13      14       14      14       13       13       13       13
Community Services Officer             a        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Records Supervisor/Secretary           1        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Secretary                              2        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Finance/Records Clerk                  a        a       a        a       a      0.5      0.5      0.5      0.5
Full-time Total                       22       24      25       25      26     25.5     24.5     24.5     24.5


Public Works
Director                               1        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Assistant Director                     1        1       1        a       a        a        a        a        a
Secretary                              1        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Water Superintendent                   1        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Street Superintendent                  1        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Water Plant Operator                   a        a       a        1       1        1        1        1        1
Crew Leader                            1        1       1        1       1        1        1        1        1
Utility Workers (I and II)             1        2       3        2       2        2        2        2        2
Maintenance Workers (I and II)         7        6       6        6       6        6        6        6        6
Full-time Total                       14       14      15       14      14       14       14       14       14


GRAND TOTAL                           56       59      59       64      65       63       62       61       60
                                        VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE
                                          PART-TIME PERSONNEL


DEPARTMENT                      03-04   04-05   05-06   06-07   07-08   08-09   09-10

Administrative Services

Finance Clerk                       1       1       1       0       0       0       0
Accountant                          1       1       0       0       0       0       0
Clerk                               1       1       1       1       1       1       1
Planning and Zoning Assistant       0       1       0       0       0       0       0
IT Coordinator                      1       1       1       1       1       1       1
Part-Time Total                     4       5       3       2       2       2       2

Fire

Secretary                           1       1       0       0       0       0       0
Plumbing Inspector                  1       1       0       0       0       0       0
Firefighters/Paramedics/EMTs       22      22      27      35      35      35      35
Part-Time Total                    24      24      27      35      35      35      35

Community Development

Secretary                           0       0       1       1       1       1       1
Plumbing Inspector                  0       0       1       1       1       1       1
Planning and Zoning Assistant       0       0       1       1       1       1       1
Building Inspector                  0       0       0       1       0       0       0
Part-Time Total                     0       0       3       4       3       3       3

Police
Records Clerk                       1       1       1       1       1       1       1
Crossing Guard                      1       1       1       1       1       1       1
Jailer                              3       3       3       3       3       3       1
DARE Officer                        0       0       1       1       1       1       1
Part-Time Total                     5       5       6       6       6       6       4

Public Works
Seasonal Employees                  5       5       5       5       7       8       6
Public Works Total                  5       5       5       5       7       8       6



GRAND TOTAL                        38      39      44      52      53      54      50
                 VILLAGE OF WEST DUNDEE
                          2009·10
                 PROPOSED SALARY SCHEDULE
                  2008-09 Existing Salary Schedule


SALARY CLASSIFICATIONS                  MINIMUM            MAXIMUM


  VILLAGE MANAGER                               Per Contract

  POLICE CHIEF
  DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WRKS
  FIRE CHIEF                                $82,743            $110,504
  FINANCE DIRECTOR
  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

  POLICE CAPTAIN
  ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF (not budget          $77,842             $99,636

  POLICE LIEUTENANT (not bUdgeted)
                                            $75,078             $90,913

  ASST DIR OF PW (not bUdgeted)
                                            $64,170             $86,401


  ASST. TO VM - Admin (not budgeted)
  ECON DVLPMNT COOR. (not budget            $59,038             $78,260
  CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL

  POLICE SERGEANT                          $74,924             $88,841
                                            $71,699             $85,015


  FIRE LIEUTENANT
                                            $67,817             $82,979

  PW SUPERINTENDENT
                                            $54,511             $75,409

  POLICE OFFICER                           $50,533             $72,599
                                            $48,357             $69,473

  FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDIC
                                            $47,199             $67,808


  BUILDING INSPECTOR
  CREW LEADER                               $46,326            $62,145
  ADMIN ASSISTANT (not budgeted)

  EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
  RECORDS SPRVISR / SECTRY                  $40,832            $56,464



  MAINTENANCE WORKER II
  UTILITY WORKER II                         $41,891            $55,335
  EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

  SECRETARY
  UTILITY LABORER                           $33,835            $46,936
  COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER

  MAINTENANCE WORKER I
  FINANCE CLERK                             $33,913            $44,606
  FINANCE/RECORDS CLERK

  CLERK (not budgeted)
                                             30,826              41,693

				
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