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					                                                 2007-2011
                                      Capital Improvement Program




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2007 – 2011 Capital Improvement Program
        Dakota County, Minnesota

     Dakota County Board of Commissioners
           Joseph A. Harris, First District
        Kathleen A. Gaylord, Second District
          Thomas A. Egan, Third District
         Nancy Schouweiler, Fourth District
          Michael E. Turner, Fifth District
            Paul J. Krause, Sixth District
         Willis E. Branning, Seventh District



         Dakota County Administrator
                Brandt Richardson
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                       Dakota County
            2007-2011 Capital Improvement Program
                      Table of Contents
Section                                               Page
Introduction and Summary                      Summary 1
    CIP Levy Amounts                          Summary 4
Transportation
    Summary                                         Trans 1
    Map
    Roads                                           Roads 1
    Intermodal                                       Inter 1
Parks                                               Parks 1
Buildings                                            Bldg 1
Farmland & Natural Area Program                     FNAP 1
Debt Considerations                                  Debt 1
Regional Rail                                        Rail 1
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                              Dakota County 2007-2011 Capital Improvement Program
Introduction and Purpose                                               CIP Process

Each year, as part of its annual budget process, Dakota                The CIP process begins in late spring with a request to cities,
County prepares a five-year Capital Improvement Program                townships and County departments for modifications or
(CIP) that includes a one-year capital budget. The CIP                 additions to the previous CIP. The typical process is as
identifies projects that will support existing and projected           follows:
needs in the following categories: transportation, parks and
buildings. It is based on numerous long range planning
documents that are updated regularly and on projected capital
needs as identified by County staff, cities and townships. The         Early summer         Initial requests from cities, townships
CIP prioritizes the use of the limited resources that are                                   and staff on the upcoming CIP
available for capital projects by identifying which projects will
be funded and when they will be constructed. It establishes a          September            Draft CIP sent to cities and townships
comprehensive development program that is used to maximize                                  for final review
outside revenue sources and effectively plan for the growth
and maintenance of the County’s infrastructure.                        November             Draft CIP presented to County Board
County departments and divisions, cities and other agencies            November             Public Hearing on Draft CIP
also use the CIP to do the following:
                                                                       December             Final adoption of CIP as part of the
   •   Support budget and grant requests and document that                                  annual budget process
       projects are planned;
   •   Structure annual work programs; and
   •   Identify consulting needs.

The County Board of Commissioners’ vision of Dakota County
is a premier place to live and work. The CIP provides for
projects that will help the County realize its strategic objectives
of safe, healthy citizens, a quality physical environment and
efficient, effective, responsive government.




                                                                Summary 1
Criteria for Inclusion in the CIP                                      used for transportation and building projects. Additionally,
                                                                       the County aggressively pursues Federal Transportation
In developing the CIP, Dakota County considers a variety of            and Bridge Replacement Funds.
factors:
                                                                       Bonding authority – Dakota County judiciously uses library
•   Condition of existing infrastructure and the demand for            and capital bonding authority for larger projects only,
    improvements as assessed by the following County plans             thereby minimizing the impact on debt service for future
    and studies:                                                       generations. Debt capacity is governed by Minn. Stat.
                                                                       373.40.
    Transportation Policy Plan
    Park Master Plans                                             •    Benefits and costs of alternative uses of the funds:
    Park Systems Plan
    Long Range Facilities Plan                                         The funding sources for capital projects are typically
                                                                       dedicated sources and cannot be transferred to operating
•   Availability of public revenue:                                    budgets. Therefore, the consideration of cost and benefits
                                                                       must be confined to the capital improvement area. The
    County Levy - Detailed estimates of project costs are              County’s capital improvement needs exceed available
    calculated for each project contained in the CIP. Project          resources, and the County is often forced to make choices
    costs and revenues are adjusted to account for anticipated         among numerous projects. Cities, townships and County
    inflation. The County had a long-standing practice of              departments are asked to indicate their priorities as they
    increasing the CIP levy by 4% annually. For the 2006               make their requests. The CIP process provides for an
    budget, this amount was increased to 6%. The 2007-2011             open debate over the relative merits and costs of each
    CIP assumes a 2% increase for Transportation plus $1.5             major project. The County makes a concerted effort to
    million in Wheelage Tax revenue. Parks, the Intermodal             fund its high priority projects early in the CIP time period.
    portion of Transportation and Buildings have a 5%
    increase.                                                          Cost containment and a review of alternatives to capital
                                                                       expenditures are a regular part of reviewing each project
    City Share – Dakota County requires cities with a                  request.
    population exceeding 5,000 to contribute 45-50% of the
    cost for road projects and related bikeway projects. In       •    Operating cost impacts:
    addition, cities have participated in the siting and
    construction of other County facilities such as libraries.         The first year CIP is approved as part of the annual County
                                                                       operating budget. Project description forms indicate the
    Federal and state funds – Park acquisition and                     anticipated impact on the operating budget. Dakota
    development in the County is primarily funded through              County considers multi-year operating budget planning as
    state Park and Open Space Funds. Other state funds are             part of the budget analysis. Operating funds for new



                                                           Summary 2
    facilities are typically built up over a period of time to avoid         summarizes proposed expenditures and revenue by
    a single large increase in the year that a facility is opened.           category. The project description forms provide a brief
                                                                             description and justification for each project along with
•   Alternatives for providing services more efficiently through             additional information on expenditures and revenues.
    shared facilities:                                                       Maps are provided where they are appropriate.

    Where possible, the County works with state and local                    The 2007-2011 Capital Improvement Program includes a
    governments to develop new facilities. Examples in recent                section on the County’s Farmland and Natural Area
    years include shared highway facilities in Farmington and                Preservation Program.
    Hastings, housing the Workforce Center at the Northern
    Service Center, co-location of a state licensing facility at             Although it is adopted through a separate resolution, the
    the library in Lakeville, a park pavilion/senior center in               Dakota County Regional Railroad Authority’s (RRA) capital
    West St. Paul and the Dakota County Communication                        improvement program is also included in this document.
    Center. Shared facilities are not only more cost-effective
    but often more responsive to community needs.

    Implementation Rate

    Not all projects included in the 2007 Capital Budget will be
    completed during the budget year. Many projects require
    coordination with other agencies and businesses.

    In Dakota County, if a project is started but not completed
    by the end of the year in which it is scheduled, a budget
    amendment is necessary to carry over funding to the
    subsequent year. Projects that have not been started are
    included in the CIP for the next year.

    CIP Format

    The 2007-2011 Capital Improvement Program is divided
    into three major sections – Transportation (road and
    intermodal) projects, Parks projects and Building projects.
    Each major section includes a summary table showing
    requests for each year including a page reference for
    individual project description forms.     The table also



                                                                 Summary 3
    Five Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Summary



Total Approved Expenditures

                                 2007           2008              2009          2010           2011           Total

    Roads               $49,358,006       $45,221,998       $29,592,819   $25,522,729   $114,108,460   $263,804,012
    Intermodal            1,712,765         1,483,255         1,199,628     1,567,754       327,407      $6,290,809
    Parks                   485,000         2,259,000         1,223,000     1,739,000      1,854,000     $7,560,000
    Buildings            16,862,577        14,430,561        24,072,464    27,302,687      4,419,331    $87,087,620
    Total               $69,340,348       $62,502,814       $56,087,911   $56,132,170   $120,709,198   $364,772,441




Total Projected Levy

                                 2007           2008              2008          2010           2011           Total

    Roads                $9,059,778        $9,422,169        $9,799,056   $10,191,018    $10,598,659    $49,070,680
    Intermodal                $269,359       $282,827         $296,968      $311,816       $327,407      $1,488,377
    Parks                     $303,728       $318,914         $334,860      $351,603       $369,183      $1,678,288
    Buildings            $7,084,420        $7,438,641        $7,810,573    $8,201,102     $8,611,157    $39,145,893
    Total               $16,717,285       $17,462,551       $18,241,457   $19,055,538    $19,906,406    $91,383,238




                                                          Summary 4
Transportation Capital Improvement Program                                         Transportation Planning: Continue progressive planning
                                                                                   activities for development and operation of all elements of
                                                                                   the County transportation system.
Transportation Plan Vision
                                                                                   Safety and Standards: Incorporate safety into all aspects
The Dakota County Board of Commissioners recognizes the
                                                                                   of County transportation system development and
transportation system as a critical element of the quality of life
                                                                                   operations.
for its citizens. Providing a transportation system is a
necessary government function. A safe and efficient                                Social, Economic, and Environmental Impacts: Consider
transportation system is also necessary to support the                             all practical alternatives to avoid, minimize, and mitigate
economic vitality of Dakota County. Transportation systems,                        the adverse effects of a transportation project on the
both highway and transit, must efficiently and effectively allow                   social, economic, and physical environments to provide a
citizens to travel to work and to conduct their personal lives.                    healthy, sustainable environment.
Transportation systems must further provide for the efficient
                                                                                   Public and Agency Involvement: Make decisions in
movement of goods to markets. Multiple transportation
                                                                                   partnership and in coordination with stakeholders and
options should work in coordination with each other to
                                                                                   assure that proposed plans and projects will be open to
minimize congestion. Additionally, transportation decisions
                                                                                   the comments and concerns of residents and
should carefully consider and reflect environmental and
                                                                                   businesspersons that they affect.
community concerns.

Mission                                                                    The Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan focuses on six
The Transportation Department is dedicated to planning,                    goals with desired outcomes, products, or services.
constructing and maintaining a safe and efficient transportation           Goal 1      Limited Resources are Directed to the Highest
system that is responsive to the needs and values of Dakota                            Priority Needs of the Transportation System.
County.                                                                                Dakota County will develop the best transportation
                                                                                       system feasible to provide for safe and efficient
Plan Goals/Programming Strategies                                                      movement of people and goods with the available
Projects programmed in the Transportation Capital                                      funds.
Improvement Program (CIP) implement policies, strategies                       Goal 2 Preservation of the Existing System
and investment levels identified in the Dakota County 2025                            The most effective way to protect Dakota County’s
Transportation Plan. Additional projects may be programmed                            system investments is to continually evaluate and
to address emerging needs.                                                            maintain the existing system to minimize
The Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan identifies four                            unnecessary or premature costs of replacing system
principles that apply to all aspects of the transportation                            elements while maintaining safety and mobility.
system.



                                                                     Trans 1
Goal 3   Management to Increase System Efficiency and                  Goal 6   Develop Transportation Alternatives
         Maximize Existing Highway Capacity                                     Dakota County will integrate transportation modes
         Safe travel on routes with minimal congestion is an                    and provide alternatives that maximize the efficiency
         integral part of the Dakota County vision for its                      of the transportation system. These modes provide
         transportation system. Fiscal, social, and                             safe, timely, and efficient connections between
         environmental constraints limit our ability to                         communities, activity generators, and employment
         accelerate the highway construction program to                         centers.
         achieve this vision. Management strategies that
         optimize the capacity and safety of the existing
         transportation system must be pursued.
Goal 4   Replace Deficient Elements of the System
         Transportation system elements such as pavement
         and bridges deteriorate over time. Even with
         proactive preservation over the life of the highway,
         replacement eventually becomes the most effective
         approach. Additionally, standards and practices
         change, affecting system adequacy and operation to
         maintain safe and efficient movement of people and
         goods. Dakota County will replace deficient
         elements of the transportation system as they
         become structurally or functionally obsolete.
Goal 5   Improvement and Expansion of Transportation
         Corridors
         Dakota County will improve the existing
         transportation system to address emerging
         deficiencies in order to respond to capacity needs to
         best provide efficient ways for people to travel to
         work, shopping, and one another by safe travel on
         routes with minimal congestion.

         Roadway studies will be undertaken to assure that
         transportation-related demands from residents and
         public/private entities are met. These studies will
         provide viable options for development of the
         transportation system.



                                                                 Trans 2
Highway Projects                                                             Goal            Investment Categories
The Dakota County Transportation Department is responsible                   Preservation    Highway Surface – Bituminous
for the planning, design, construction, operation, and                                       Highway Surface – Gravel
maintenance of roads, bridges and traffic control devices on                                 Bridge Rehabilitation
the County highway system.                                                                   Traffic Control Devices - Durable
                                                                                             Pavement Markings
The existing Dakota County highway system has a total of 427
                                                                                             Bike Trails
centerline miles of which approximately 353 miles are
                                                                             Management      Access Management
bituminous surface, 2 miles concrete surface and 72 miles
                                                                                             10-Ton System
gravel surface. There are 1,070 lane miles in the system. The
                                                                                             Jurisdictional Classification
highway system also has approximately 75 bridges, 250 traffic
                                                                                             Safety & Management Projects
signals, and 25,000 signs.
                                                                                             Signal Projects
In providing for pedestrians and bicyclists, the County has a                                Right-of-Way Preserve & Manage
policy to construct off-highway bikeways in conjunction with all             Replacement     Bridge Replacement
County highway projects whenever appropriate. The County                                     Highway Reconstruction
has provided more than 85 miles of bikeways.                                                 Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                             Improvement &   Lane Additions/Expansion
Long range planning for road improvement and expansion                       Expansion       (includes right-of-way acquisition,
projects are identified in the Dakota County 2025                                            design/construction engineering, &
Transportation Plan. Figure 1 on Trans 7 and Figure 2 on                                     construction)
Trans 8 illustrate capacity deficiencies and future study                                    New Alignments
areas/interchanges and overpasses anticipated through 2025.                                  (includes right-of-way acquisition,
                                                                                             design/construction engineering, &
Proposed Investments for the 2007-2011 Capital                                               construction)
Improvement Program                                                                          Interchanges & Overpasses
                                                                                             Future Studies
Goal 1 in the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan is                      Alternatives    Transit – Transitways
Limited Resources are Directed to the Highest Priority Needs                                 Transit – Commuter Rail
of the Transportation System. Specific investment categories                                 Transit – Meeting transit needs in all
in Goals 2 through 6 of the Dakota County 2025                                               geographic areas of Dakota County to
Transportation Plan are:                                                                     create a seamless transit system
                                                                                             Transit – Meeting the needs of the transit-
                                                                                             dependent population
                                                                                             Transportation & Land Use Integration
                                                                                             Bikeways
                                                                                             Regional Rail Authority



                                                                   Trans 3
  The chart below shows a comparison of the recommended                               The Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan determined that
  category funding in the Dakota County 2025 Transportation                           over $1 billion would be required to meet County
  Plan and the 2007-2011 CIP.                                                         transportation needs over the 20-year plan period. $600
                                                                                      million of revenue is anticipated during this time, which results
By Project Type                                                                       in a $30 million shortfall each year. Based on estimates of
                                 5-Year   5-Year CIP Target to Actual                 anticipated additional funding from various sources (federal,
                            Plan Target     Actual              in %:                 state, bonding, County levy, city match) allows Dakota County
Preservation               $19,700,000     $21,750,000        110.41                  to significantly exceed 5-Year Target goals for Replacement
Management                  35,680,000      36,765,300        103.04                  and Expansion set forth in the Dakota County 2025
Replacement1                21,000,000      30,099,200        143.33                  Transportation Plan.
Improve & Expansion         70,900,000     167,254,326        235.90
Other2                                0      7,935,186                                In 2008, the interchange at I-35 and CSAH 70 (CP 70-06) will
                                                                                      require Dakota County to advance $4.91 million for Mn/DOT’s
Total                    $146,790,000 $263,804,012                                    share of the project cost. This could be accomplished through
                                                                                      the use of County fund balance. Mn/DOT is committed to
  Notes                                                                               reimbursing the County $4.91 million in 2012/2013.
  1
    The actual amount in the “Replacement” category is higher than the 2025
  Transportation Plan recommends due to turnback projects that are being
  constructed (i.e. 50-05 & 56-07; these projects total almost $9 million.)           Three major projects totaling $49.5 million with identified
  2
    The”Other” category was used to include elements in the CIP that were not         funding are:
  directly outlined in the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan Goals 1-6.             Project                                Estimated Cost
  “Other” consists of Township Road Distribution, CIP Reimbursement to
  Operations, FTE & Attorney.
                                                                                         CP 42-91 (CSAH 42 Segment 8)             $20,100,000
                                                                                         CP 70-06 (I-35 & CSAH 70)                  18,100,000
                                                                                         CP 23-59 (147 St to south of CSAH 60)
                                                                                                       th
                                                                                                                                    11,300,000
  This is the third year that the Transportation CIP is guided by
  the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan. A majority of
                                                                                      Three larger projects without all funding identified totaling
  the existing projects and any new projects scheduled in the
                                                                                      $83.1 million are:
  current CIP are consistent with the direction of the Dakota
                                                                                         Project                                    Estimated Cost
  County 2025 Transportation Plan.
                                                                                         CP 23-xx (project limits to be determined)     26,900,000
                                                                                         CP 5-41 (TH 13 & CSAH 5)                       20,000,000
  Every category meets or exceeds the 5-Year Target goals
                                                                                         CP 42-82 (TH 52 & CSAH 42)                     36,200,000
  established in the 2025 Transportation Plan. The Expansion
  category 5-Year Actual is over twice the target goal. This is
  due to procurement of funding beyond plan estimates and the
                                                                                      An additional $27 million of revenue will be necessary to fully
  inclusion of projects that at this time do not have all funding
                                                                                      fund the 2007-2011 Transportation CIP including these large
  identified. These types of projects are included in the CIP to
                                                                                      projects. If additional funds are not obtained, some of the
  assist with the pursuit of additional funding.




                                                                                Trans 4
projects scheduled in the 2007-2011 CIP will not be                       Goal 2: Preservation of the Existing System
constructed or will be deferred to future years.                          Highway Surface – Bituminous
                                                                          Bituminous milling, overlays and pavement recycling at various
The current 2007-2011 Transportation CIP totals                           locations throughout the County. To repair roadway
approximately $261 million. An additional $75 million in                  deterioration and to restore the asphalt surface, prolong the
projects were identified by city requests and County staff but            life of the roadway, and improve travel comfort, and riding
are not included in this CIP due to funding limits.                       quality.

                                                                          Potential bituminous resurfacing projects for consideration in
                                                                          2007 are listed below. Final project selection will be
2007 Highlighted Highway Projects                                         determined based on a review of the roadways and pavement
                                                                          ratings and in coordination with the cities involved.
Goal 1: Limited Resources are Directed to the Highest                             -CR 4 in West St. Paul
        Priority Needs of the Transportation System                               -CSAH 26 in Eagan
                                                                                  -CSAH 31 in Apple Valley and Eagan
                                                                                  -CSAH 38 in Apple Valley
In 2007 several strategies will be utilized to support this goal:                 -CSAH 42 in Rosemount
       The CIP includes projects that will be submitted                           -CSAH 43 in Eagan
       through the Regional process for Federal TEA-LU                            -CR 43 in Mendota Heights
       funding:                                                                   -CSAH 91 in Douglas and Marshan townships
       -CSAH 50 from Jurel to CSAH 60
       -CSAH 60 from Kenrick/Orchard to Ipava                             Highway Surface – Gravel
       -CSAH 70 from CSAH 9 to CSAH 23                                    Gravel resurfacing projects at various locations throughout the
       -CSAH 23 bus shoulders for BRT, and                                County. To repair deteriorated surfaces with a gravel surface,
       -Intersections at various locations for HES funding                prolong the life of the roadway, and improve travel, and ride
                                                                          quality.
       The County will seek Federal Earmark Funds for
                                                                          Potential gravel surfacing projects for consideration in 2007
       -Interchange at TH 52/CSAH 42, and
                                                                          are listed below. Final project selection will be determined
       -Interchange at TH 13/CSAH 5.
                                                                          after the winter season.
       The County will continue to work with Mn/DOT State                          -CR 51 from CSAH 86 to CR 80S
       Aid in its Mission Study to adjust State Aid allocations                    -CR 53 from CSAH 47 to CSAH 86
       to reflect current system needs.                                            -CR 78 from TH 3 to CSAH 80
                                                                                   -CR 79 from CSAH 66 to 1 mile north
       The County will pursue legislation to increase                              -CR 79 from CSAH 86 to CSAH 80
       transportation funding to Dakota County.                                    -CR 83 from CSAH 86 to CSAH 47



                                                                    Trans 5
Goal 3: Management to Increase System Efficiency and                     Goal 5: Improvement and Expansion of Transportation
Maximize Existing Highway Capacity                                       Corridors
Access and Management Projects                                           Lane Additions/Expansions
CP 30-09: This project will improve intersection operations of           CP 42-91: This project will improve the segment of County
CSAH 30 (Diffley Road) at Rahn Road in Eagan. A study of                 Highway 42 from Scott County to Dakota County Highway 5 in
the intersection operations began in 2005. From this study,              Burnsville. The roadway will be upgraded from a divided four-
recommendations were made to improve mobility and reduce                 lane roadway to a divided six-lane roadway. This project is a
crashes. This project will include a roundabout at the                   recommendation from the County Highway 42: Segment 8
intersection. Acquisition of right of way will begin in 2007 and         Implementation Plan. This project will be constructed using
construction will begin in 2008.                                         SAFE TEA-LU, Federal Appropriation, and State Routes of
                                                                         Regional Significance funds.

Goal 4: Replace Deficient Elements of the System                         New Alignments
Bridge Replacement                                                       CP 64-18: This project is for the design of the bridge crossing
The Bridge Replacement Program recommends replacing                      the Vermillion River of the recommended new alignment from
deficient township bridges. The projects are funded with                 the East/West Corridor Study from Akin Road to Trunk
federal, county, state, and local funds.                                 Highway 3 (Seed/Genstar/Newland area) in Farmington.

Potential bridge replacement projects for consideration in 2007          CP 70-06: This project is for the construction of the
are listed below. Final project selection will be determined             interchange at County Highway 70 and I-35 in Lakeville. Right
based upon availability of bridge bonds or state funding.                of Way will be acquired in 2007 and construction is scheduled
         -260th St Bridge, Douglas Township                              for 2008. This project will be constructed using SAFE TEA-
         -205th St Bridge, Vermillion Township                           LU and state funds.
         -Michael Ave, Marshan Township
         -JAR Bridge Removal, Inver Grove Heights                        The CIP includes the following roadway studies for 2007:
                                                                         Roadway Studies:
Highway Reconstruction                                                   -Hastings Area Study
CP 50-05: This project will reconstruct CSAH 50 (Elm St) from            -Northfield Area Study
Division St to Trunk Highway 3 in Farmington in 2007-2008.               -117th Street Study (future CR 32)
This project will be constructed using Mn/DOT turnback funds.
                                                                         Continued work on segments of the East/West Corridors:
CP 56-07: This project will reconstruct CSAH 56 (Concord                 -Alignment “B” design 179th St from Dodd to CSAH 31
Blvd) from Chestnut St to 66th St in Inver Grove Heights. Right          -Alignment “C” bridge connecting CSAH 31 to TH 3
of way will be acquired in 2007 and construction is scheduled            -Alignment “E” interchange at CSAH 70 & I35
for 2008. This project will be constructed using Mn/DOT
turnback funds.



                                                                   Trans 6
Federal TEA-LU applications for CP 64-17, 60-xx, and
70-06


Goal 6: Develop Transportation Alternatives
Transportation modes will be integrated and provide
alternatives that maximize the efficiency of the
transportation system.

Refer to Regional Rail CIP pages Rail 1 to Rail 4 for
information on Cedar Avenue Bus Rapid Transit and the
Robert Street Corridor Transitway Feasibility Study.

Refer to Intermodal CIP pages Trans 9 to Trans 12 for
bike/pedestrian trail development, trail connections, and
route signage.




                                                                      Figure 1




                                                            Trans 7
Figure 2




       Trans 8
Intermodal Projects                                                          •   Actively seek federal, state, and regional funds to
                                                                                 incorporate transit alternatives in the transportation
The Intermodal Capital Improvement Program (CIP) includes                        system.
projects that support multi-modal transportation opportunities               •   Support efforts to maintain and expand stable,
in the County. Eligible bikeway projects that are being built as                 dedicated funding sources for transportation and transit
part of road projects are included in the Roads section of the                   programs.
Transportation CIP and are funded with a combination of state                •   Work with other agencies to realize the region’s transit
and local sources.                                                               priorities by supporting: a) better transit coverage and
                                                                                 frequency of service; b) the addition of new routes with
A key challenge is to positively influence and effectively                       high concentrations of transit dependent people; and c)
contribute to an integrated transportation system that includes                  improving the level of service for specialized
transit services and facilities, transitways such as commuter                    transportation in exurban areas.
rail and bus rapid transit, bikeways, regional trails, and                   •   Create bikeways and regional trails that form a network
pedestrian facilities. This integrated system should provide                     to serve Countywide needs (e.g. access to major
safe, timely, convenient, and efficient connections between                      County facilities, activity centers, employment centers,
communities, activity generators, and employment                                 and post-secondary schools), and provide connections
concentrations.                                                                  between municipalities and to adjacent counties.
                                                                             •   Include bikeways and trails as part of the Intermodal
Policies that support the development of transportation                          CIP.
alternatives in the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan                   •   Require approval for design and location of bikeways
include:                                                                         with highway right of way.
                                                                             •   Implement traffic controls and signage on bikeways in
   •   Identify intermodal projects such as bike facilities and                  accordance with the Minnesota Manual on Uniform
       transit facilities to include in a five-year Intermodal CIP.              Traffic Control Devices.
   •   Support the creation of a separate, dedicated fund for                •   Require local governments to provide maintenance
       transit and related transportation needs at the state                     through terms of the Bikeways Maintenance
       level.                                                                    Agreement.
   •   Support a renewed commitment to transit at the federal                •   Construct off-highway bikeways in conjunction with all
       level, especially as set forth in the Safe, Accountable,                  urban highway projects, whenever practical. Construct
       Flexible, and Efficient Transportation Equity Act – A                     paved shoulders to serve bicycle and pedestrian
       Legacy for Users (SAFE TEA-LU).                                           modes on rural construction and resurfacing projects
   •   Participate on the Metro Transitways Development                          whenever practical.
       Board and the Transportation Advisory Board for the
       discussion of transit issues in the region.




                                                                   Trans 9
Proposed Investments for the 2007-2011 Capital                             •   Robert Street Corridor Transitway (feasibility study to
Improvement Program                                                            determine appropriate alignment and transit
                                                                               alternative)
Goal 6: Develop Transportation Alternatives
Dakota County currently invests approximately $275,000                 Multimodal corridors including light rail transit, bus rapid
per year toward projects to develop transportation                     transit, commuter rail, busway, County initiatives, and transit
                                                                       centers are illustrated in the map in Figure 3.
alternatives. Additional investments occur through other
funding sources such as regional or state funds.
Activities include:

   •   Coordinating transit services to create a seamless
       transit system
   •   Investing in infrastructure to support transit service
       implementation
   •   Studying and/or implementing transitways such as
       commuter rail and bus rapid transit
   •   Coordinating activities to meet the needs in all
       geographic areas of the County
   •   Coordinating activities to meet needs of the transit
       dependent population
   •   Integrating transportation and land use planning
   •   Investing in bikeways development

Planning Considerations
The Minnesota State Legislature has identified the following
transit corridors in Dakota County for funding and study:

   •   Cedar Avenue Corridor (Bus Rapid Transit from
       Lakeville to Hiawatha Light Rail Line)
   •   Red Rock Corridor (commuter rail from Minneapolis to
       Hastings)
   •   I-35W Corridor (Bus Rapid Transit from Lakeville to
       Minneapolis)


                                                                                                                          Figure 3

                                                                Trans 10
Separated bike and pedestrian ways are an important               Highlights of the 2007 Capital Budget and 2007-2011
element of a safe and efficient transportation system to          Capital Improvement Program
serve all modes and users. The CIP provides resources             The intermodal section of the CIP proposes expenditures of
for trail development, trail connections, route signage,          $6.3 million for the five years with $1.7 million in the 2007
and information kiosks. A map of existing bikeways is             Capital Budget. Non-County resources fund 74 percent of the
illustrated in Figure 4.                                          2007 budget. The County’s share is $499,213 through the
                                                                  fund balance and levy.

                                                                  In 2007, funds will support segments of the Mississippi River
                                                                  Regional Trail, existing trail rehabilitation and replacement,
                                                                  bikeway signage and miscellaneous construction, and
                                                                  intermodal.




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PAGE       PROJECT ROAD/             SEGMENT (FROM/TO)               PROJECT DESCRIPTION         PROJECT LOCATION       ANNUAL         CITY        FEDERAL        STATE          COUNTY        GRAVEL TAX      OTHER         COUNTY         TOTAL LIFE            LEAD              PROJECT
   #         NO.  BUILDING                                                                                               COST         SHARE                                     STATE AID      FOR CONST                      COST        PROJECT COST           AGENCY              NOTES

           2007 Section
           Preservation
Roads 7                        Highway Surface - Bituminous                                                              3,500,000             -              -             -              -       200,000               -    3,300,000      18,000,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 8                        Highway Surface - Gravel                                                                    500,000             -              -             -              -             -               -      500,000       1,800,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 9                        Traffic Control Devices             Durable Pavement Markings                               250,000             -              -             -              -             -               -      250,000       1,250,000   Dakota County
Roads 10                       Bike Trail                                                                                  100,000             -              -             -              -             -               -      100,000         700,000   Cities                          0
                                                                                                                         4,350,000             -              -             -              -       200,000               -    4,150,000      21,750,000

         Management
Roads 11 28-30   CSAH 28       Denmark Ave to CSAH 43              Final Design                Eagan                       500,000      225,000               -             -      275,000                 -             -            -       4,150,000   Dak Co/Eagan                    0
Roads 12 30-09   CSAH 30       At Rahn Road                        ROW Acquisition             Eagan                       500,000      225,000               -             -      275,000                 -             -            -       1,130,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 13                       Jurisdictional Classification                                                               500,000            -               -             -            -                 -             -      500,000       2,500,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 14                       Safety and Management Projects                                                              600,000       70,000               -             -            -                 -             -      530,000       3,000,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 17                       Signal Projects                                                                           1,000,000      487,500               -             -      243,750                 -             -      268,750       5,400,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 19                       ROW Preservation & Management                                                             1,000,000      450,000               -             -      300,000                 -             -      250,000       5,000,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 20 47-32   CSAH 47       At CSAH 86 (280th St)               Design/ROW Acq              Castle Rock/Sciota Twp      102,000            -               -             -      102,000                 -             -            -       1,236,000   Dakota County                   0
                                                                                                                         4,202,000    1,457,500               -             -    1,195,750                 -             -    1,548,750      22,416,000

           Replacement
                              Bridge Replacement
Roads 22 97-27       Township Replace Bridge 3055, 260th St        Bridge Replacement          Douglas Township           200,000              -              -    190,000                 -               -     10,000               -        200,000 Dakota County                      0
Roads 23 97-44       Township Replace Bridge L-3248, 205th St      Bridge Replacement          Vermillion Township        200,000              -              -    190,000                 -               -     10,000               -        200,000 Dakota County                      0
Roads 24 97-58       Township Replace Bridge 3287, Michael Ave     Bridge Replacement          Marshan Township           200,000              -              -    190,000                 -               -     10,000               -        200,000 Dakota County                      0
                              Highway Reconstruction
Roads 25 50-05       CSAH 50 Division St to TH 3                   Construction                Farmington                  900,000            -               -     900,000                -               -             -            -       3,680,000 Dakota County                     0
Roads 26 56-07       CSAH 56 Chestnut St to 66th St                Design/ROW Acq              Inver Grove Heights       2,350,000    1,057,500               -   1,292,500                -               -             -            -       5,165,000 Dakota County                     0
                              Gravel Highway Paving
Roads 27 73-08       CR 73    CSAH 42 to 135th St                  Const/Bit Pave/RR x-ing     Rosemount                 3,593,895    1,426,220      174,510              -                -               -    112,500       1,880,665       3,593,895 Rosemount                         1
Roads 28 73-18       CR 73    Rsmt/IGH to CSAH 32                  ROW Acquisition             Inver Grove Heights         300,000      135,000            -              -                -               -          -         165,000       1,192,500 Dakota County                     0
                                                                                                                         7,743,895    2,618,720      174,510      2,762,500                -               -    142,500       2,045,665      14,231,395

         Improvement/Expansion
Roads 33 42-91    CSAH 42 W. Co Line to CSAH 5                     ROW Acq/Construction        Burnsville               21,784,923    6,482,819     6,630,000      421,250       3,365,723                 -    885,131       4,000,000      21,784,923 B'ville/Dak Co              6,7
Roads 34 23-59    CSAH 23 147th St to 1/4 mi S CSAH 46             Design                      Apple Valley/Lakeville      800,000      360,000             -            -         220,000                 -          -         220,000      11,300,000 Dakota County                     7
                            New Alignments
Roads 41 64-18    new 64    Akin Rd to TH 3                        Contruct New Alignment      Farmington                1,125,000     506,250                -             -              -               -             -     618,750        5,490,000 Farmington                        1
Roads 42 28-29    CR 28     TH 55/CSAH 63 to TH 3                  Stage 2 Design              Inver Grove Heights         105,000      47,250                -             -              -               -             -      57,750        1,207,500 Inver Grove Heights               1
                            Interchanges/Overpasses
Roads 43 42-82    CSAH 42 Bridge at TH 52                          Design/ROW Acq              Rosemount                 2,071,875      186,469     1,657,500            -         227,906                 -          -               -      36,271,792   Dakota County                   7
Roads 44 46-20    CSAH 46 At TH 52                                 Bond Principal & Interest   Coates/Vermillion Twp       378,268            -             -            -               -                 -          -         378,268         751,429   MnDOT/Dakota County             5
Roads 46 50-10    CSAH 50 I-35 to east                             ROW Acquisition             Lakeville                 1,690,000            -             -            -       1,690,000                 -          -               -       4,125,000   Lakeville                       4
Roads 47 70-06    CSAH 70 Bridge at I-35                           ROW Acquisiton              Lakeville                 2,500,000    1,125,000             -            -       1,375,000                 -          -               -      18,100,000   Lakeville/Dakota County   2,7
Roads 49                    Future Studies/Professional Services                                                           500,000      225,000             -            -               -                 -          -         275,000       2,500,000   Dakota County                   0
                                                                                                                        30,955,066    8,932,788     8,287,500      421,250       6,878,629                 -    885,131       5,549,768     101,530,644

           Other
Roads 50                       Empire Transportation Facility                                  Empire Township           1,100,000           -                -             -              -               -             -    1,100,000       2,381,611   Dakota County                   0
Roads 51                       Township Road Distribution                                      Townships                    20,900           -                -             -              -               -             -       20,900         104,500   Dakota County                   0
Roads 52                       Attorney Reimbursement                                                                       37,613           -            -             -              -               -             -           37,613         207,836   Dakota County                   0
Roads 53                       CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                             868,605           -            -             -              -               -             -          868,605       4,799,591   Dakota County                   0
Roads 54                       CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                              79,927      79,927            -             -              -               -             -              -           441,648   Dakota County                   0
                                                                                                                         2,107,045      79,927            -             -              -               -             -        2,027,118

                               Total for 2007                                                                           49,358,006   13,088,935     8,462,010     3,183,750      8,074,379         200,000     1,027,631     15,321,301     159,928,039




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PAGE       PROJECT ROAD/             SEGMENT (FROM/TO)               PROJECT DESCRIPTION         PROJECT LOCATION        ANNUAL         CITY        FEDERAL       STATE        COUNTY      GRAVEL TAX    OTHER       COUNTY          TOTAL LIFE            LEAD              PROJECT
   #         NO.  BUILDING                                                                                                COST         SHARE                                  STATE AID    FOR CONST                  COST         PROJECT COST           AGENCY              NOTES



           2008 Section
           Preservation
Roads 7                        Highway Surface - Bituminous                                                               3,500,000             -             -           -            -       200,000           -    3,300,000       18,000,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 8                        Highway Surface - Gravel                                                                     300,000             -             -           -            -             -           -      300,000        1,800,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 9                        Traffic Control Devices             Durable Pavement Markings                                250,000             -             -           -            -             -           -      250,000        1,250,000   Dakota County
Roads 10                       Bike Trail                                                                                   100,000             -             -           -            -             -           -      100,000          700,000   Cities                          0
                                                                                                                          4,150,000             -             -           -            -       200,000           -    3,950,000       21,750,000
         Management
Roads 11 28-30   CSAH 28       Denmark Ave to CSAH 43              ROW Acquisition             Eagan                        870,000      391,500            -             -      478,500             -           -            -        4,150,000   Dak Co/Eagan                    0
Roads 12 30-09   CSAH 30       At Rahn Road                        Construction                Eagan                        630,000      283,500            -             -      346,500             -           -            -        1,130,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 13                       Jurisdictional Classification                                                                500,000            -            -             -            -             -           -      500,000        2,500,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 14                       Safety and Management Projects                                                               600,000       70,000            -             -      155,000             -           -      375,000        3,000,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 17                       Signal Projects                                                                            1,000,000      487,500            -             -      243,750             -           -      268,750        5,400,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 19                       ROW Preservation & Management                                                              1,000,000      450,000            -             -      300,000             -           -      250,000        5,000,000   Dakota County                   0
Roads 20 47-32   CSAH 47       At CSAH 86 (280th St)               Construction                Castle Rock/Sciota Twp     1,134,000            -      754,000             -      380,000             -           -            -        1,236,000   Dakota County                   0
                                                                                                                          5,734,000    1,682,500      754,000             -    1,903,750             -           -    1,393,750       22,416,000
           Replacement
                               Highway Reconstruction
Roads 25 50-05       CSAH 50   Division St to TH 3                 Construction                Farmington                 2,780,000      100,000              -   2,580,000            -             -           -     100,000         3,680,000 Dakota County                     0
Roads 26 56-07       CSAH 56   Chestnut St to 66th St              Construction                Inver Grove Heights        2,815,000    1,266,750              -   1,548,250            -             -           -           -         5,165,000 Dakota County                     0
                               Gravel Highway Paving
Roads 28 73-18       CR 73     Rsmt/IGH to CSAH 32                 Construct/Bit Pave          Inver Grove Heights          892,500      401,625              -           0            -             -           -      490,875        1,192,500 Dakota County                     0
Roads 29 73-19       CR 73     135th St to IGH line                Design/ROW Acq              Rosemount                    472,500      253,125              -           -            -             -           -      219,375        1,878,200 Dakota County
Roads 30 96-02       CR 96     CSAH 23 to TH 3                     Design/ROW Acq              Greenvale/Waterford Twp      656,250            -              -           -            -             -           -      656,250        2,795,920 Dakota County                     0
                                                                                                                          7,616,250    2,021,500              -   4,128,250            -             -           -    1,466,500       14,711,620
         Improvement/Expansion
Roads 34 23-59    CSAH 23 147th St to 1/4 mi S CSAH 46             ROW Acquisition             Apple Valley/Lakeville     2,500,000    1,125,000              -           -     687,500              -           -     687,500        11,300,000 Dakota County                     7
                            New Alignments
Roads 41 64-18    new 64    Akin Rd to TH 3                        Contruct New Alignment      Farmington                 2,182,500     982,125               -           -            -             -           -    1,200,375        5,490,000 Farmington                        1
Roads 42 28-29    CR 28     TH 55/CSAH 63 to TH 3                  Stage 2 Const               Inver Grove Heights        1,102,500     496,125               -           -            -             -           -      606,375        1,207,500 Inver Grove Heights               1
                            Interchanges/Overpasses
Roads 43 42-82    CSAH 42 Bridge at TH 52                          Design/ROW Acq              Rosemount                    690,624       62,156       552,500            -       75,968             -           -            -       36,271,792   Dakota County                   7
Roads 44 46-20    CSAH 46 At TH 52                                 Bond Principal & Interest   Coates/Vermillion Twp        373,161            -             -    1,000,000            -             -           -     (626,839)         751,429   MnDOT/Dakota County             5
Roads 46 50-10    CSAH 50 I-35 to east                             ROW Acquisition             Lakeville                  2,435,000            -             -            -    2,435,000             -           -            -        4,125,000   Lakeville                       4
Roads 47 70-06    CSAH 70 Bridge at I-35                           ROW Acq/Construction        Lakeville                 15,600,000    1,168,200     6,094,000    1,000,000    1,427,800             -   4,910,000    1,000,000       18,100,000   Lakeville/Dakota County   2,7
Roads 49                    Future Studies/Professional Services                                                            500,000      225,000             -            -            -             -           -      275,000        2,500,000   Dakota County                   0
                                                                                                                         25,383,785    4,058,606     6,646,500    2,000,000    4,626,268             -   4,910,000    3,142,411       79,745,721
           Other
Roads 50                       Empire Transportation Facility                                  Empire Township            1,281,611           -               -           -            -             -           -    1,281,611        2,381,611   Dakota County                   0
Roads 51                       Township Road Distribution                                      Townships                     20,900           -               -           -            -             -           -       20,900          104,500   Dakota County                   0
Roads 52                       Attorney Reimbursement                                                                        39,494           -               -           -            -             -           -       39,494          207,836   Dakota County                   0
Roads 53                       CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                              912,035           -               -           -            -             -           -      912,035        4,799,591   Dakota County                   0
Roads 54                       CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                               83,923      83,923               -           -            -             -           -            -          441,648   Dakota County                   0
                                                                                                                          2,337,963      83,923               -           -            -             -           -    2,254,040        7,935,186

                               Total for 2008                                                                            45,221,998    7,846,529     7,400,500    6,128,250    6,530,018       200,000   4,910,000   12,206,701      146,558,527




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PAGE       PROJECT ROAD/             SEGMENT (FROM/TO)               PROJECT DESCRIPTION         PROJECT LOCATION        ANNUAL         CITY        FEDERAL       STATE        COUNTY      GRAVEL TAX    OTHER       COUNTY         TOTAL LIFE            LEAD    PROJECT
   #         NO.  BUILDING                                                                                                COST         SHARE                                  STATE AID    FOR CONST                  COST        PROJECT COST           AGENCY    NOTES

           2009 Section
           Preservation
Roads 7                       Highway Surface - Bituminous                                                                3,500,000             -             -           -            -       200,000           -    3,300,000      18,000,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 8                       Highway Surface - Gravel                                                                      400,000             -             -           -            -             -           -      400,000       1,800,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 9                       Traffic Control Devices              Durable Pavement Markings                                250,000             -             -           -            -             -           -      250,000       1,250,000   Dakota County
Roads 10                      Bike Trail                                                                                    100,000             -             -           -            -             -           -      100,000         700,000   Cities               0
                                                                                                                          4,250,000             -             -           -            -       200,000           -    4,050,000      21,750,000
         Management
Roads 11 28-30   CSAH 28      Denmark Ave to CSAH 43               Construciton                Eagan                      2,780,000    1,251,000              -           -    1,529,000             -           -            -       4,150,000   Dak Co/Eagan         0
Roads 13                      Jurisdictional Classification                                                                 500,000            -              -           -            -             -           -      500,000       2,500,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 14                      Safety and Management Projects                                                                600,000       70,000              -           -      155,000             -           -      375,000       3,000,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 17                      Signal Projects                                                                             1,000,000      487,500              -           -      243,750             -           -      268,750       5,400,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 18 63-22   CSAH 63      TH 110 to Marie Ave                  Design/ROW Acq              Med Hgts/WSP                 679,200      305,640              -           -      373,560             -           -            -       2,068,350   Dakota County        0
Roads 19                      ROW Preservation & Management                                                               1,000,000      450,000              -           -      300,000             -           -      250,000       5,000,000   Dakota County        0
                                                                                                                          6,559,200    2,564,140              -           -    2,601,310             -           -    1,393,750      22,118,350
           Replacement
                              Gravel Highway Paving
Roads 29 73-19       CR 73    135th St to IGH line                 Construct/Bit Pave          Rosemount                  1,405,700     632,565               -           -            -             -           -      773,135       1,878,200 Dakota County
Roads 30 96-02       CR 96    CSAH 23 to TH 3                      Construct/Bit Pave          Greenvale/Waterford Twp    2,139,670           -               -           -            -             -           -    2,139,670       2,795,920 Dakota County          0
                                                                                                                          3,545,370     632,565               -           -            -             -           -    2,912,805       4,674,120
         Improvement & Expansion
Roads 34 23-59    CSAH 23 147th St to 1/4 mi S CSAH 46             Construction                Apple Valley/Lakeville     8,000,000    1,001,250     5,775,000            -     611,875              -           -     611,875       11,300,000 Dakota County          7
Roads 35 23-xx    CSAH 23 CSAH 9 to 138th St                       Design                      AV,L'ville                 2,757,000            -             -            -     758,175              -   1,240,650     758,175       26,867,000 Dakota County          7
                            New Alignment
Roads 41 64-18    new 64    Akin Rd to TH 3                        Contruct New Alignment      Farmington                 2,182,500     982,125               -           -            -             -           -    1,200,375       5,490,000 Farmington             1
                            Interchanges/Overpasses
Roads 43 42-82    CSAH 42 Bridge at TH 52                          Design/ROW Acq              Rosemount                    690,624       62,156       552,500            -       75,968             -           -            -      36,271,792 Dakota County          7
                            Future Studies/Professional Services                                                            500,000      225,000             -            -            -             -           -      275,000       2,500,000 Dakota County          0
                                                                                                                         14,130,124    2,270,531     6,327,500            -    1,446,018             -   1,240,650    2,845,425      82,428,792
           Other
Roads 51                      Township Road Distribution                                       Townships                     20,900           -               -           -            -             -           -       20,900         104,500   Dakota County        0
Roads 52                      Attorney Reimbursement                                                                         41,468           -               -           -            -             -           -       41,468         207,836   Dakota County        0
Roads 53                      CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                               957,637           -               -           -            -             -           -      957,637       4,799,591   Dakota County        0
Roads 54                      CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                                88,120      88,120               -           -            -             -           -            -         441,648   Dakota County        0
                                                                                                                          1,108,125      88,120               -           -            -             -           -    1,020,005       5,553,575

                              Total for 2009                                                                             29,592,819    5,555,356     6,327,500            -    4,047,328       200,000   1,240,650   12,221,985     136,524,837




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PAGE       PROJECT ROAD/            SEGMENT (FROM/TO)              PROJECT DESCRIPTION         PROJECT LOCATION    ANNUAL         CITY        FEDERAL       STATE        COUNTY      GRAVEL TAX    OTHER       COUNTY         TOTAL LIFE            LEAD    PROJECT
   #         NO.  BUILDING                                                                                          COST         SHARE                                  STATE AID    FOR CONST                  COST        PROJECT COST           AGENCY    NOTES

           2010 Section
           Preservation
Roads 7                       Highway Surface - Bituminous                                                          3,750,000             -             -           -            -       200,000           -    3,550,000      18,000,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 8                       Highway Surface - Gravel                                                                300,000             -             -           -            -             -           -      300,000       1,800,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 9                       Traffic Control Devices            Durable Pavement Markings                            250,000             -             -           -            -             -           -      250,000       1,250,000   Dakota County
Roads 10                      Bike Trail                                                                              200,000             -             -           -            -             -           -      200,000         700,000   Cities               0
                                                                                                                    4,500,000             -             -           -            -       200,000           -    4,300,000      21,750,000
         Management
Roads 13                      Jurisdictional Classification                                                           500,000            -              -           -            -             -           -      500,000       2,500,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 14                      Safety and Management Projects                                                          600,000       70,000              -           -      155,000             -           -      375,000       3,000,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 17                      Signal Projects                                                                       1,200,000      587,500              -           -      293,750             -           -      318,750       5,400,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 18 63-22   CSAH 63      TH 110 to Marie Ave                Construction                Med Hgts/WSP           1,389,150      625,118              -           -      764,032             -           -            -       2,068,350   Dakota County        0
Roads 19                      ROW Preservation & Management                                                         1,000,000      450,000              -           -      300,000             -           -      250,000       5,000,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 21 32-40   CR 32        CSAH 71 to TH 52 (117th St)        Design                      Inver Grove Heights      500,000      225,000              -           -            -             -           -      275,000       9,980,950   Dakota County        7
                                                                                                                    5,189,150    1,957,618              -           -    1,512,782             -           -    1,718,750      27,949,300
           Replacement
                              Gravel Highway Paving
Roads 31 64-17       CR 64    CSAH 23 to Flagstaff/CR 64/195th   Design/ROW Acq              Farmington             1,487,204     669,242               -           -            -             -           -      817,962       6,152,048 Dakota County          7
Roads 32 79-04       CR 79    CSAH 47 to CSAH 80                 Design/ROW Acq              Castle Rock Twp        1,425,506           -               -           -            -             -           -    1,425,506       5,041,637 Dakota County          0
                                                                                                                    2,912,710     669,242               -           -            -             -           -    2,243,468      11,193,685
         Improvement & Expansion
Roads 35 23-xx    CSAH 23 CSAH 9 to 138th St                     ROW Acquisition             AV,L'ville             5,730,000            -              -           -    1,575,750             -   2,578,500    1,575,750      26,867,000   Dakota County        7
Roads 36 26-43    CSAH 26 TH 55 to TH 3                          Design/ROW Acq              Eagan/IGH              3,685,588    1,658,515              -           -    2,027,073             -           -            -      11,853,788   Dakota County        0
Roads 37 26-44    CSAH 26 TH 3 to CSAH 73                        Design/ROW Acq              Inver Grove Heights    1,842,794      829,257              -           -    1,013,537             -           -            -       5,926,894   Dakota County        0
Roads 49                    Future Studies/Professional Services                                                      500,000      225,000              -           -            -             -           -      275,000       2,500,000   Dakota County        0
                                                                                                                   11,758,382    2,712,772              -           -    4,616,360             -   2,578,500    1,850,750      47,147,682
           Other
Roads 51                      Township Road Distribution                                     Townships                 20,900           -               -           -            -             -           -       20,900         104,500   Dakota County        0
Roads 52                      Attorney Reimbursement                                                                   43,542           -               -           -            -             -           -       43,542         207,836   Dakota County        0
Roads 53                      CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                       1,005,519           -               -           -            -             -           -    1,005,519       4,799,591   Dakota County        0
Roads 54                      CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                          92,526      92,526               -           -            -             -           -            -         441,648   Dakota County        0
                                                                                                                    1,162,487      92,526               -           -            -             -           -    1,069,961       5,553,575

                              Total for 2010                                                                       25,522,729    5,432,158              -           -    6,129,142       200,000   2,578,500   11,182,929     113,594,242




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PAGE       PROJECT ROAD/                   SEGMENT (FROM/TO)                 PROJECT DESCRIPTION             PROJECT LOCATION             ANNUAL            CITY          FEDERAL          STATE         COUNTY        GRAVEL TAX    OTHER       COUNTY         TOTAL LIFE            LEAD    PROJECT
   #         NO.  BUILDING                                                                                                                 COST            SHARE                                        STATE AID      FOR CONST                  COST        PROJECT COST           AGENCY    NOTES

           2011 Section
           Preservation
Roads 7                            Highway Surface - Bituminous                                                                             3,750,000                -               -              -              -       200,000           -    3,550,000      18,000,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 8                            Highway Surface - Gravel                                                                                   300,000                -               -              -              -             -           -      300,000       1,800,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 9                            Traffic Control Devices                 Durable Pavement Markings                                          250,000                -               -              -              -             -           -      250,000       1,250,000   Dakota County
Roads 10                           Bike Trail                                                                                                 200,000                -               -              -              -             -           -      200,000         700,000   Cities               0
                                                                                                                                            4,500,000                -               -              -              -       200,000           -    4,300,000      21,750,000
         Management
Roads 13                           Jurisdictional Classification                                                                              500,000               -              -                -            -               -           -      500,000       2,500,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 14                           Safety and Management Projects                                                                             600,000          70,000              -                -      155,000               -           -      375,000       3,000,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 15 14-xx   CSAH 14           Safety and Management Projects                                          SSP                              1,150,000         180,000        750,000                -      220,000               -           -            -       1,150,000   Dakota County        7
Roads 16 32-xx   CSAH 32           Safety and Management Projects                                          Eagan                            1,150,000         180,000        750,000                -      220,000               -           -            -       1,150,000   Dakota County        7
Roads 17                           Signal Projects                                                                                          1,200,000         587,500              -                -      293,750               -           -      318,750       5,400,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 19                           ROW Preservation & Management                                                                            1,000,000         450,000              -                -      300,000               -           -      250,000       5,000,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 21 32-40   CR 32             CSAH 71 to TH 52 (117th St)             ROW Acq/Construct               Inver Grove Heights              9,480,950       1,116,428      7,000,000                -            -               -           -    1,364,522       9,980,950   Dakota County        7
                                                                                                                                           15,080,950       2,583,928      8,500,000                -    1,188,750               -           -    2,808,272      28,180,950
           Replacement
                                   Gravel Highway Paving
Roads 31 64-17          CR 64      CSAH 23 to Flagstaff/CR 64/195th        Construction                    Farmington                       4,664,844       1,091,180      2,240,000                -              -             -           -    1,333,664       6,152,048 Dakota County          7
Roads 32 79-04          CR 79      CSAH 47 to CSAH 80                      Construction                    Castle Rock Twp                  3,616,131               -              -                -              -             -           -    3,616,131       5,041,637 Dakota County          0
                                                                                                                                            8,280,975       1,091,180      2,240,000                -              -             -           -    4,949,795      11,193,685

           Improvement & Expansion
Roads 35   23-xx    CSAH 23 CSAH 9 to 138th St                             Construction                    AV,L'ville                     18,380,000                -      7,000,000                -    3,129,500               -   5,121,000    3,129,500      26,867,000   Dakota County        7
Roads 36   26-43    CSAH 26 TH 55 to TH 3                                  Construction                    Eagan/IGH                       8,168,200        3,675,690              -                -    4,492,510               -           -            -      11,853,788   Dakota County        0
Roads 37   26-44    CSAH 26 TH 3 to CSAH 73                                Construction                    Inver Grove Heights             4,084,100        1,837,845              -                -    2,246,255               -           -            -       5,926,894   Dakota County        0
Roads 38   50-xx    CSAH 50 Jurel/Jubilee to CSAH 60                       Design                          Lakeville                         168,000           75,600              -                -       92,400               -           -            -         168,000   Dakota County        7
Roads 39   60-xx    CSAH 60 Kenrick/Orchard to Ipava Ave                   Design                          Lakeville                         378,000          170,100              -                -      207,900               -           -            -         378,000   Dakota County        7
Roads 40   70-16    CSAH 70 CSAH 9 to CSAH 23                              Prelim Design                   Lakeville                         330,000          148,500              -                -      181,500               -           -            -         330,000   Dakota County        7
                              Interchanges/Overpasses
Roads 43   42-82    CSAH 42 Bridge at TH 52                                Construction                    Rosemount                      32,818,669       2,753,401      15,700,000     11,000,000      3,365,268               -           -            -      36,271,792   Dakota County        7
Roads 45   5-41     CSAH 5    At TH 13 & assoc road improvements           Construction                    Burnsville                     20,000,000      20,000,000               -              -              -               -           -            -      20,000,000   Burnsville           0
Roads 48   47-37    CSAH 47 Ramps at TH 52 bridge                          Design                          Hampton                           200,000               -               -              -              -               -           -      200,000         200,000   Dakota County        0
Roads 49                      Future Studies/Professional Services                                                                           500,000         225,000               -              -              -               -           -      275,000       2,500,000   Dakota County        0
                                                                                                                                          85,026,969      28,886,136      22,700,000     11,000,000     13,715,333               -   5,121,000    3,604,500     104,495,474

Roads 51                           Township Road Distribution                                              Townships                           20,900               -                -              -              -             -           -       20,900         104,500   Dakota County        0
Roads 52                           Attorney Reimbursement                                                                                      45,719               -                -              -              -             -           -       45,719         207,836   Dakota County        0
Roads 53                           CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                                          1,055,795               -                -              -              -             -           -    1,055,795       4,799,591   Dakota County        0
Roads 54                           CIP Reimbursement to Operations                                                                             97,152          97,152                -              -              -             -           -            -         441,648   Dakota County        0
                                                                                                                                            1,219,566          97,152                -              -              -             -           -    1,122,414       5,553,575

                                   Total for 2011                                                                                        114,108,460      32,658,396      33,440,000     11,000,000     14,904,083         200,000   5,121,000   16,784,981     171,173,684




           Notes:
                    1   Assumes right of way deidication through platting. Right of way dedication must occur prior to roadway construction.
                    2   Additional cost participation by MnDot to occur in 2012& 2013, see individual project sheet (Beyond 2011). Assumes $4,910,00 "loan" from County Fund balance in 2008.
                    3   No County cost participation shown at this time.
                    4   Actual cost to be determined based on actual purchase price & County reimbursement for resale of excess property.
                    5   MnDot payback for associated "bond" cost shown as revenue ($626,839) in 2008
                    6   Estimated costs split. Actual cost split between Dakota County, Burnsville, Scott County and Savage will be according to the Construction Agreement which is not finalized at time of printing.
                    7   County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal Funding




                                                                                                                                                          Roads 5
       2007 - 2011 Transportation
PAGE   PROJECT ROAD/     SEGMENT (FROM/TO)   PROJECT DESCRIPTION     PROJECT LOCATION           ANNUAL          CITY        FEDERAL         STATE       COUNTY       GRAVEL TAX       OTHER        COUNTY         TOTAL LIFE            LEAD    PROJECT
   #     NO.  BUILDING                                                                           COST          SHARE                                   STATE AID     FOR CONST                      COST        PROJECT COST           AGENCY    NOTES


                                                                   TRANSPORTATION FUND BALANCE
                                                                                               Annual Cost     City Share      Federal        State       CSAH       Gravel Tax       Other        County Cost Fund Balance*
                                                                   2007 Total                   49,358,006      13,088,935     8,462,010     3,183,750   8,074,379       200,000     1,027,631      15,321,301          321,883
                                                                   2008 Total                   45,221,998       7,846,529     7,400,500     6,128,250   6,530,018       200,000     4,910,000      12,206,701       (1,447,391)
                                                                   2009 Total                   29,592,819       5,555,356     6,327,500             -   4,047,328       200,000     1,240,650      12,221,985       (2,758,696)
                                                                   2010 Total                   25,522,729       5,432,158              -            -   6,129,142       200,000     2,578,500      11,182,929       (2,541,779)
                                                                   2011 Total                  114,108,460      32,658,396    33,440,000    11,000,000  14,904,083       200,000     5,121,000      16,784,981       (7,530,920)
                                                                   Total                       263,804,012      64,581,374    55,630,010    20,312,000  39,684,950     1,000,000 14,877,781         67,717,897
                                                                   *Note: For Fund Balance 2% increase in 2007, 4% increase each year 2008-2011. No Wheelage Tax Revenue shown for 2007, $1.5 million each year assumed in 2008-2011




                                                                   By Project Type            Annual Cost     City Share      Federal        State        CSAH        Gravel Tax       Other      County Cost
                                                                   Preservation                21,750,000              -             -             -             -      1,000,000             -    20,750,000
                                                                   Management                  36,765,300     10,245,686     9,254,000             -     8,402,342              -             -     8,863,272
                                                                   Replacement                 30,099,200      7,033,207     2,414,510     6,890,750             -              -       142,500    13,618,233
                                                                   Improvement/Expansion      167,254,326     46,860,833    43,961,500    13,421,250    31,282,608              -    14,735,281    16,992,854
                                                                   Other                        7,935,186        441,648             -             -             -              -             -     7,493,538
                                                                                      Total   263,804,012     64,581,374    55,630,010    20,312,000    39,684,950      1,000,000    14,877,781    67,717,897




                                                                                                              Roads 6
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
PRESERVATION: Highway Surface - Bituminous
                                                                                                    Project Location:
Overlays and miscellaneous projects at locations throughout the County. Projects are determined                         Highway Surface - Bituminous
based on surface conditions, traffic volumes, and current impact on operating and maintenance       Project Descr:
costs.                                                                                              Center No:
Roadways being evaluated for inclusion in the 2007 Bituminous Overlay program are: CR 4 in          Useful Life:       10 Years
West St. Paul, CSAH 26 in Eagan, CSAH 31 in Apple Valley and Eagan, CSAH 38 in Apple                Project Type:      Preservation
Valley, CSAH 42 in Rosemount, CSAH 43 in Eagan, CR 43 in Mendota Heights, and CSAH 91 in            Priority:          High
Douglas and Marshan Township.                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Overlays will reduce the ongoing maintenance costs. There will be
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                      minimal change in operating costs.
To repair roadway deterioration and to overlay deteriorated surfaces with an asphalt surface in
order to prolong the life of the roadway

                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Increase of $1,000,000 Gravel Tax.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues            2007              2008             2009              2010               2011           2011           Project
Property Tax                                        $3,300,000        $3,300,000       $3,300,000         $3,550,000        $3,550,000                    $17,000,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                $200,000          $200,000         $200,000           $200,000          $200,000                      $1,000,000
            Total                                   $3,500,000        $3,500,000       $3,500,000         $3,750,000        $3,750,000                    $18,000,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond            Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                               $3,500,000        $3,500,000       $3,500,000         $3,750,000        $3,750,000                    $18,000,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                   $3,500,000        $3,500,000       $3,500,000         $3,750,000        $3,750,000                    $18,000,000


                                                                                 Roads 7
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Transportation
PRESERVATION: Highway Surface - Gravel
                                                                                                      Project Location:
Gravel resurfacing projects at locations throughout the County. Projects are determined based on                          Highway Surface - Gravel
surface conditions, traffic volumes, and current impact on operating and maintenance costs.           Project Descr:
Roadways being evaluated for inclusion in the 2007 Gravel Resurfacing program are: CR 51 from         Center No:
CSAH 86 to CR 80s; CR 53 from CSAH 47 to CSAH 86; CR 78 from TH 3 to CSAH 80; CR 79                   Useful Life:       5 Years
from CSAH 66 to 1 mile north; CR 79 from CSAH 86 to CSAH 80; and CR 83 from CSAH 86 to                Project Type:      Preservation
CSAH 47 Final project selection will be determined after the winter season.                           Priority:          High
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Gravel resurfacing will reduce the ongoing maintenance costs. There
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                        will be minimal change in operating costs.
 To repair deteriorated surfaces with a gravel surface in order to prolong the life of the roadway.



                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond           Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008              2009             2010               2011           2011           Project
Property Tax                                           $500,000          $300,000          $400,000          $300,000          $300,000                      $1,800,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                       $500,000         $300,000          $400,000           $300,000         $300,000                      $1,800,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond           Total
       Expenditures               Revenues             2007              2008              2009             2010               2011           2011           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                   $500,000         $300,000          $400,000           $300,000         $300,000                      $1,800,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                       $500,000         $300,000          $400,000           $300,000         $300,000                      $1,800,000


                                                                                   Roads 8
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Transportation
PRESERVATION: Traffic Control Devices - Durable Pavement Markings
                                                                                                       Project Location:
Durable pavement markings (striping projects) on highways throughout the County.                                           Traffic Control Devices
                                                                                                       Project Descr:      Durable Pavement Markings
                                                                                                       Center No:
                                                                                                       Useful Life:      3 Years
                                                                                                       Project Type:     Preservation
                                                                                                       Priority:         High
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       Reduces County maintenance painting (striping) costs.
II. Purpose and Justification:
To provide needed striping on highways throughout the County. This work will be done in
cooperation with other counties and cities in the region to obtain optimal prices for this work.

                                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues              2007              2008              2009             2010               2011           2011            Project
Property Tax                                            $250,000          $250,000          $250,000          $250,000          $250,000                       $1,250,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                       $250,000          $250,000          $250,000           $250,000         $250,000                       $1,250,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
       Expenditures               Revenues              2007              2008              2009             2010               2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                   $250,000          $250,000          $250,000           $250,000         $250,000                       $1,250,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                       $250,000          $250,000          $250,000           $250,000         $250,000                       $1,250,000


                                                                                    Roads 9
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Transportation
PRESERVATION: Bike Trails
                                                                                                      Project Location:
Trail improvement projects at various locations throughout the County.                                                    Bike Trail
                                                                                                      Project Descr:
                                                                                                      Center No:
                                                                                                      Useful Life:
                                                                                                      Project Type:     Preservation
                                                                                                      Priority:         High
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      By agreement the city maintains the bike trail.
II. Purpose and Justification:
To repair deterioration and to overlay deteriorated surfaces with an asphalt surface in order to
prolong the life of the trail. To provide connectivity on new sections of trail.

                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond        Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008             2009              2010                2011        2011        Project
Property Tax                                           $100,000          $100,000         $100,000           $200,000           $200,000                 $700,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                      $100,000          $100,000          $100,000           $200,000          $200,000                 $700,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond        Total
       Expenditures               Revenues             2007              2008             2009              2010                2011        2011        Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                  $100,000          $100,000          $100,000           $200,000          $200,000                 $700,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                      $100,000          $100,000          $100,000           $200,000          $200,000                 $700,000


                                                                                  Roads 10
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Access Management
                                                                                                    Project Location:
Design & reconstruction on CSAH 28 (Yankee Doodle Rd) from Denmark to CSAH 43 (Lexington                              Eagan
Ave) in Eagan. Study (in 2006) will recommend preferred access and lane                             Project Descr:    Final Design/ROW Acquisition/Reconstruction
modifications/additions.                                                                            Center No:        28-30
2007 - Final Design                                                                                 Useful Life:      40 Years
2008 - Right of Way Acquisition                                                                     Project Type:     Management - Access Management
2009 - Construction                                                                                 Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Unknown until study is completed in 2006.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will improve CSAH 28 roadway operations to provide for the increased traffic levels.
(Until study is completed and recommendations made, estimate of project costs is based on
widening existing segment, not complete reconstruction.)
                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Increase of $1,867,500 city and $2,282,500 State Aid.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009             2010               2011           2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                            $275,000         $478,500       $1,529,000                                                           $2,282,500
Other                                                  $225,000         $391,500       $1,251,000                                                           $1,867,500
            Total                                      $500,000         $870,000       $2,780,000                                                           $4,150,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond            Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007              2008            2009              2010               2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition                                                        $870,000       $2,780,000                                                           $3,650,000
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                    $500,000                                                                                              $500,000
Other
            Total                                      $500,000         $870,000       $2,780,000                                                           $4,150,000


                                                                                 Roads 11
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Safety and Management
                                                                                                    Project Location:
Right of way acquisition and construction of a Roundabout at the intersection of CSAH 30 (Diffley                     Eagan
Rd) and Rahn Road in Eagan. Construction of a Roundabout is the preferred alternative               Project Descr:    ROW Acquisition/Construction
recommended from the intersection study in 2005.                                                    Center No:        30-09
2007 - ROW Acquisition                                                                              Useful Life:      40 Years
2008 - Construction                                                                                 Project Type:     Management - Access Management
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    None to minimal.
II. Purpose and Justification:
The construction of a roundabout will improve intersection operations, make safety improvements,
and provide for the increased traffic levels.

                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Increase of $508,500 city and $621,500 State Aid.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond        Total
                                 Revenues            2007              2008             2009              2010               2011           2011        Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                           $275,000         $346,500                                                                          $621,500
Other                                                 $225,000         $283,500                                                                          $508,500
            Total                                     $500,000         $630,000                                                                         $1,130,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond        Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007              2008             2009              2010               2011           2011        Project
Land Acquisition                                     $500,000                                                                                            $500,000
New Construction                                                       $630,000                                                                          $630,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                     $500,000         $630,000                                                                         $1,130,000


                                                                               Roads 12
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Jurisdictional Classification
                                                                                                  Project Location:
Projects identified in the Turnback Program bring the subject County roads up to County standards                     Jurisdictional Classification
prior to turnback.                                                                                Project Descr:
                                                                                                  Center No:
                                                                                                  Useful Life:
                                                                                                  Project Type:     Management - Jurisdictional Classification
                                                                                                  Priority:         High
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Operating and maintenance costs will be reduced after the roads are
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                    turned back.
Minnesota Law requires County roads to meet County standards prior to turnback.



                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond         Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008             2009              2010               2011             2011         Project
Property Tax                                         $500,000         $500,000         $500,000           $500,000          $500,000                      $2,500,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                    $500,000         $500,000         $500,000           $500,000          $500,000                      $2,500,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond         Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007             2008             2009              2010               2011             2011         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                $500,000         $500,000         $500,000           $500,000          $500,000                      $2,500,000
            Total                                    $500,000         $500,000         $500,000           $500,000          $500,000                      $2,500,000


                                                                               Roads 13
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Safety and Management Projects
                                                                                                       Project Location:
Projects selected will manage access and improve safety/roadway operations.                                                Safety and Management Projects
Project selected for 2007: CP 30-09 Roundabout at CSAH 30 and Rahn Rd                                  Project Descr:
2011 Federal HES dollars will be applied for, specific projects are not know at this time, potential   Center No:
canidates are:                                                                                         Useful Life:      20 - 40 Years
CSAH 14 at 7th Ave, 12 Ave and 13th Ave;                                                               Project Type:     Management - Safety & Management Projects
CSAH 32 at Nichols, Johnny Cake Ridge Rd, Cliff Lake-Rahn Cliff Rd.                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Projects selected will increase system efficiency and maximize existing highway capacity.



                                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       Increase of $350,000 city and $620,000 State Aid.




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond         Total
                                  Revenues              2007             2008              2009              2010               2011           2011         Project
Property Tax                                            $530,000         $375,000          $375,000           $375,000          $375,000                    $2,030,000
Federal
State/Metro                                                               $155,000          $155,000           $155,000         $155,000                     $620,000
Other                                                    $70,000           $70,000           $70,000            $70,000          $70,000                     $350,000
            Total                                       $600,000          $600,000          $600,000           $600,000         $600,000                    $3,000,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond         Total
       Expenditures               Revenues              2007             2008              2009              2010               2011           2011         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                   $600,000          $600,000          $600,000           $600,000         $600,000                    $3,000,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                       $600,000          $600,000          $600,000           $600,000         $600,000                    $3,000,000


                                                                                   Roads 14
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Safety and Management Projects
                                                                                                       Project Location:
Projects selected will manage access and improve safety/roadway operations.                                                SSP
2011 Federal HES dollars will be applied for, specific projects are not know at this time, potential   Project Descr:
roadway candidates are:                                                                                Center No:        14-xx
CSAH 14 at 7th Ave, 12 Ave or 13th Ave                                                                 Useful Life:      20 - 40 Years
                                                                                                       Project Type:     Management - Safety & Management Projects
                                                                                                       Priority:         High
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Projects selected will increase system efficiency and maximize existing highway capacity.



                                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       Increase of $180,000 city, $220,000 State Aid and $750,000 Federal




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues              2007             2008              2009              2010                2011         2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal                                                                                                                         $750,000                       $750,000
State/Metro                                                                                                                     $220,000                       $220,000
Other                                                                                                                           $180,000                       $180,000
            Total                                                                                                              $1,150,000                     $1,150,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond            Total
       Expenditures               Revenues              2007             2008              2009              2010                2011         2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                                                          $1,150,000                     $1,150,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                                                                              $1,150,000                     $1,150,000


                                                                                   Roads 15
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Safety and Management Projects
                                                                                                       Project Location:
Projects selected will manage access and improve safety/roadway operations.                                                Eagan
2011 Federal HES dollars will be applied for, specific projects are not know at this time, potential   Project Descr:
roadway candidates are:                                                                                Center No:        32-xx
CSAH 32 at Nichols,                                                                                    Useful Life:      20 - 40 Years
CSAH 32 at Johnny Cake Ridge Rd, and/or                                                                Project Type:     Management - Safety & Management Projects
CSAH 32 at Cliff Lake-Rahn Cliff Rd                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Projects selected will increase system efficiency and maximize existing highway capacity



                                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       Increase of $180,000 city, $220,000 State Aid and $750,000 Federal.




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues              2007             2008              2009              2010               2011           2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal                                                                                                                         $750,000                        $750,000
State/Metro                                                                                                                     $220,000                        $220,000
Other                                                                                                                           $180,000                        $180,000
            Total                                                                                                              $1,150,000                      $1,150,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
       Expenditures               Revenues              2007             2008              2009              2010               2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                                                          $1,150,000                      $1,150,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                                                                              $1,150,000                      $1,150,000


                                                                                   Roads 16
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Signal Projects
                                                                                                     Project Location:
Unspecified signal projects at various locations and painting contracts for signal post maintenance.                     Signal Projects
                                                                                                     Project Descr:
Unspecified Signal Projects = $975,000 (50% city, 25% State Aid, 25% County) & $1,175,000 in         Center No:
2010                                                                                                 Useful Life:       15 Years
Signal Post Maintenance (painting) = $25,000 (100% County)                                           Project Type:      Management - Signal Projects
                                                                                                     Priority:          High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Additional signal maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
To alleviate congestion and provide optimum safety. To provide maintenance (painting) for signal
posts.

                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     Increase of $2,637,500 cities and $1,318,750 State Aid.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond              Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009              2010               2011           2011              Project
Property Tax                                          $268,750          $268,750         $268,750           $318,750          $318,750                         $1,443,750
Federal
State/Metro                                           $243,750         $243,750          $243,750           $293,750          $293,750                         $1,318,750
Other                                                 $487,500         $487,500          $487,500           $587,500          $587,500                         $2,637,500
            Total                                    $1,000,000       $1,000,000        $1,000,000         $1,200,000        $1,200,000                        $5,400,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond              Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007              2008             2009              2010               2011           2011              Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                  $975,000         $975,000         $975,000          $1,175,000        $1,175,000                        $5,275,000
Consulting Services
Other                                                   $25,000          $25,000           $25,000            $25,000           $25,000                         $125,000
            Total                                    $1,000,000       $1,000,000        $1,000,000         $1,200,000        $1,200,000                        $5,400,000


                                                                                 Roads 17
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: SAFETY & MANAGEMENT
                                                                                                    Project Location:
Design and reconstruction on CSAH 63 ( Deleware Ave) from Trunk Highway 110 to Marie Ave in                             Med Hgts/WSP
Mendota Heights and West St Paul. Study/design in 2009 will recommend possible access and           Project Descr:      Design/ROW Acquisition/Construction
lane modifiactions/addditions.                                                                      Center No:          63-22
2009 - Design/ROW Acquisition                                                                       Useful Life:        40 Years
2010 - Construct                                                                                    Project Type:       Management - Safety and Management
                                                                                                    Priority:           High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Addition of 1 lane mile.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will improve CSAH 63 roadway operations to provide for the increased traffic levels.



                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Increase of $930,758 cities and 1,137,592 State Aid.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond          Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009             2010               2011            2011          Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                              $373,560          $764,032                                        $1,137,592
Other                                                                                    $305,640          $625,118                                         $930,758
            Total                                                                        $679,200         $1,389,150                                       $2,068,350
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond          Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007              2008             2009             2010               2011            2011          Project
Land Acquisition                                                                         $529,200                                                           $529,200
New Construction                                                                                          $1,389,150                                       $1,389,150
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                      $150,000                                                             $150,000
Other
            Total                                                                        $679,200         $1,389,150                                       $2,068,350


                                                                                 Roads 18
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Right of Way Preservation & Management
                                                                                                     Project Location:
The acquisition of right of way for transportation facilities at various locations throughout the                        Right of Way - Preservation and Management
County. This includes partnering with MnDOT and cities to develop Official Maps and acquisition      Project Descr:
of right of way for future roadway, intersection and interchange projects.                           Center No:
                                                                                                     Useful Life:
                                                                                                     Project Type:     Management - ROW Preservation & Management
                                                                                                     Priority:         High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Acquisition of right of way at various locations throughout the County.



                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     Increase of $2,250,000 city and $1,500,000 State Aid.




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues             2007                2008          2009              2010               2011           2011            Project
Property Tax                                           $250,000            $250,000      $250,000           $250,000          $250,000                       $1,250,000
Federal
State/Metro                                           $300,000             $300,000      $300,000           $300,000          $300,000                       $1,500,000
Other                                                 $450,000             $450,000      $450,000           $450,000          $450,000                       $2,250,000
            Total                                    $1,000,000           $1,000,000    $1,000,000         $1,000,000        $1,000,000                      $5,000,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond            Total
       Expenditures               Revenues            2007                 2008          2009              2010               2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition                                     $1,000,000           $1,000,000    $1,000,000         $1,000,000        $1,000,000                      $5,000,000
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                    $1,000,000           $1,000,000    $1,000,000         $1,000,000        $1,000,000                      $5,000,000


                                                                                   Roads 19
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Safety and Management Projects
                                                                                                     Project Location:
Intersection reconstruction at CSAH 47 (Northfield Blvd) and CSAH 86 (280th St) in Castle Rock                           Castle Rock/Sciota Twp
and Sciota Townships.                                                                                Project Descr:      Design/ROW Acquisition/Construction
2007 - Design/ROW Acquisition                                                                        Center No:          47-32
2008 - Construct                                                                                     Useful Life:        20 - 40 Years
                                                                                                     Project Type:       Management - Safety & Management Projects
                                                                                                     Priority:           High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Increase in turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This reconstruction project will improve intersection geometrics (angle), sight lines, and provide
turn lanes at CSAH 47 and CSAH 86. This project was awarded Regional Hazard Elimination
Study (HES) funding.
                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     Increase of $482,000 State Aid and $754,000 Federal.




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008              2009            2010               2011          2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal                                                                  $754,000                                                                            $754,000
State/Metro                                             $102,000         $380,000                                                                            $482,000
Other
            Total                                       $102,000       $1,134,000                                                                           $1,236,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
       Expenditures               Revenues             2007              2008              2009            2010               2011          2011            Project
Land Acquisition                                        $12,000                                                                                                $12,000
New Construction                                                       $1,134,000                                                                           $1,134,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                      $90,000                                                                                              $90,000
Other
            Total                                       $102,000       $1,134,000                                                                           $1,236,000


                                                                                  Roads 20
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                  Department:         Transportation
MANAGEMENT: Safety and Management Projects
                                                                                              Project Location:
Construction of County Road 32 new alignment from CSAH 71 (Rich Valley Blvd) to Trunk Highway                      Inver Grove Heights
52 in Inver Grove Heights. The County Road 32 Corridor Study recommends the extension of CR Project Descr:         Design/ROW Acquisition/Construction
32 from CSAH 71 to TH 52, portions of this alignment would involve jurisdiction transfer and  Center No:           32-40
reconstruction of existing local roadways (117th Street).                                     Useful Life:         40 Years
2010 - Design                                                                                 Project Type:        Management - Safety and Management Projects
2011 - ROW Acquisition/Construct                                                              Priority:            High
                                                                                               III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                               Addition of 3 to 4 1/2 lane miles.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will provide a cross county roadway from I-35 to TH 52.
County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal Aid funding.

                                                                                               IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                               Increase of $1,341,428 city and $7,000,000 Federal.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                         Beyond          Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008         2009             2010              2011            2011          Project
Property Tax                                                                                          $275,000        $1,364,522                     $1,639,522
Federal                                                                                                               $7,000,000                     $7,000,000
State/Metro
Other                                                                                                 $225,000        $1,116,428                     $1,341,428
            Total                                                                                     $500,000        $9,480,950                     $9,980,950
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                         Beyond          Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007             2008         2009             2010              2011            2011          Project
Land Acquisition                                                                                                       $600,000                       $600,000
New Construction                                                                                                      $8,880,950                     $8,880,950
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                   $500,000                                        $500,000
Other
            Total                                                                                     $500,000        $9,480,950                     $9,980,950


                                                                              Roads 21
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Bridge Replacement
                                                                                                    Project Location:
Replace bridge 3055 on 260th Street, 0.1 mile east of TH 20 in Douglas Township.                                      Douglas Township
                                                                                                    Project Descr:    Bridge Replacement
                                                                                                    Center No:        97-27
                                                                                                    Useful Life:      50 Years
                                                                                                    Project Type:     Replacement - Bridge Replacement
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    None
II. Purpose and Justification:
This replacement will provide a structurally and functionally sufficient bridge. There will be no
County costs attributed to this project. The County provides technical support and is reimbursed
by the Township.
                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Increase of $190,000 Township Bridge Bonds and $10,000 Township.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011         2011           Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                           $190,000                                                                                            $190,000
Other                                                  $10,000                                                                                             $10,000
            Total                                     $200,000                                                                                            $200,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond           Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011         2011           Project
Land Acquisition                                       $10,000                                                                                             $10,000
New Construction                                      $190,000                                                                                            $190,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                     $200,000                                                                                            $200,000


                                                                                Roads 22
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Bridge Replacement
                                                                                                    Project Location:
Replace bridge L-3248 on 205th St, 1/4 mile west of Inga Ave in Vermillion Township.                                  Vermillion Township
                                                                                                    Project Descr:    Bridge Replacement
                                                                                                    Center No:        97-44
                                                                                                    Useful Life:      50 Years
                                                                                                    Project Type:     Replacement - Bridge Replacement
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    None
II. Purpose and Justification:
This replacement will provide a structurally and functionally sufficient bridge. There will be no
County costs attributed to this project. The County provides technical support and is reimbursed
by the Township.
                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Increase of $190,000 Township Bridge Bonds and $10,000 Township.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011         2011           Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                           $190,000                                                                                            $190,000
Other                                                  $10,000                                                                                             $10,000
            Total                                     $200,000                                                                                            $200,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond           Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011         2011           Project
Land Acquisition                                       $10,000                                                                                             $10,000
New Construction                                      $190,000                                                                                            $190,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                     $200,000                                                                                            $200,000


                                                                                Roads 23
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Bridge Replacement
                                                                                                    Project Location:
Replace bridge L-3287 on Michael Ave, 0.1 mile north of CSAH 62 (190th St) in Marshan                                 Marshan Township
Township.                                                                                           Project Descr:    Bridge Replacement
                                                                                                    Center No:        97-58
                                                                                                    Useful Life:      50 Years
                                                                                                    Project Type:     Replacement - Bridge Replacement
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    None
II. Purpose and Justification:
This replacement will provide a structurally and functionally sufficient bridge. There will be no
County costs attributed to this project. The County provides technical support and is reimbursed
by the Township.
                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Increase of $190,000 Township Bridge Bonds and $10,000 Township.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011         2011           Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                           $190,000                                                                                            $190,000
Other                                                  $10,000                                                                                             $10,000
            Total                                     $200,000                                                                                            $200,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond           Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011         2011           Project
Land Acquisition                                       $10,000                                                                                             $10,000
New Construction                                      $190,000                                                                                            $190,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                     $200,000                                                                                            $200,000


                                                                                Roads 24
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                    Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Highway Reconstruction
                                                                                                Project Location:
Reconstruction of CSAH 50 (Elm St) from Division St to Trunk Highway 3 in Farmington. Project                     Farmington
schedule is dependant upon the availability of State Aid Turnback Funds.                        Project Descr:    Construction
2007-2008 Construction                                                                          Center No:        50-05
Note: Years shown are representative of MnDOT Turnback Account Program project funding by       Useful Life:      40 Years
year. Actual year of reconstruction will be determined between the city and county.             Project Type:     Replacement - Highway Reconstruction
                                                                                                Priority:         High
                                                                                                III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                None
II. Purpose and Justification:
To alleviate congestion and make safety improvements.



                                                                                                IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                Increase of $3,480,000 State Aid Turnback Funds and $100,000 city.




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                          Beyond            Total
                                Revenues            2007            2008             2009             2010               2011          2011            Project
Property Tax                                                        $100,000                                                                            $100,000
Federal
State/Metro                                         $900,000       $2,580,000                                                                          $3,480,000
Other                                                               $100,000                                                                            $100,000
            Total                                   $900,000       $2,780,000                                                                          $3,680,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                          Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007            2008             2009             2010               2011          2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                    $900,000       $2,780,000                                                                          $3,680,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
           Total                                    $900,000       $2,780,000                                                                          $3,680,000


                                                                             Roads 25
                         2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Highway Reconstruction
                                                                                                       Project Location:
Reconstruction of CSAH 56 (Concord Blvd) from Chestnut St to 66th St in Inver Grove Heights.                             Inver Grove Heights
Project schedule is dependant upon the availability of State Aid Turnback Funds.                       Project Descr:    Construction
2007 - Design/Right of Way Acquisition                                                                 Center No:        56-07
2008 - Construction & Inspection                                                                       Useful Life:      40 Years
                                                                                                       Project Type:     Replacement - Highway Reconstruction
                                                                                                       Priority:         High
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       None
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will improve intersections, correct drainage issues, and upgrade city utilities.



                                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       Increase of $2,840,750 State Aid Turnback Funds and $2,324,250
                                                                                                       city.



     Project Revenues             Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
                                   Revenues             2007              2008                  2009         2010               2011         2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                            $1,292,500        $1,548,250                                                                          $2,840,750
Other                                                  $1,057,500        $1,266,750                                                                          $2,324,250
            Total                                      $2,350,000        $2,815,000                                                                          $5,165,000
           Project                Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
       Expenditures                Revenues             2007              2008                  2009         2010               2011         2011            Project
Land Acquisition                                       $1,500,000                                                                                            $1,500,000
New Construction                                                         $2,815,000                                                                          $2,815,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                      $850,000                                                                                               $850,000
Other
             Total                                     $2,350,000        $2,815,000                                                                          $5,165,000


                                                                                    Roads 26
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                   Project Location:
Construction of an urban section on County Road 73 (Akron Ave) from CSAH 42 to 135th St in                           Rosemount
Rosemount: Railroad crossing received Federal HES funding for signals & gates and is included in   Project Descr:    Construction/Bit Pave/Railroad Crossing
this project. This project includes intersection improvements at CSAH 42, CR 73 (north side) and   Center No:        73-08
Akron Ave (south side) in U-More Park.                                                             Useful Life:      40 Years
Rosemount is lead agency for this project.                                                         Project Type:     Replacement - Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   Less maintenance due to the increased traffic volumes on the existing
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                     gravel road.
This project will provide a paved surface on County Road 73 from CSAH 42 to 135th St in
Rosemount. Due to the increased traffic volumes, maintenance will be reduced and the road will be
designed and graded to County standards. Installation of signals and gates will improve safety at
the railroad crossing.                                                                            IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  Increase $1,426,220 city, $112,500 U-More, and $174,510 Federal.




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond             Total
                                Revenues           2007             2008             2009                2010               2011           2011             Project
Property Tax                                      $1,880,665                                                                                                $1,880,665
Federal                                            $174,510                                                                                                  $174,510
State/Metro
Other                                             $1,538,720                                                                                                $1,538,720
            Total                                 $3,593,895                                                                                                $3,593,895
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond             Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007            2008             2009                2010               2011           2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                  $3,593,895                                                                                                $3,593,895
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                 $3,593,895                                                                                                $3,593,895


                                                                             Roads 27
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                    and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                     Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                 Project Location:
2-lane section construction and paving on County Road 73 (Akron Ave) from Rosemount/Inver                          Inver Grove Heights
Grove Heights city line to CSAH 32 (Cliff Rd) in Inver Grove Heights.                            Project Descr:    Design/ROW Acq/Construction/Bit Pave
2007 - Design/Right of Way Acquisition                                                           Center No:        73-18
2008 - Construction                                                                              Useful Life:      40 Years
                                                                                                 Project Type:     Replacement - Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                 Priority:         High
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 Less maintenance due to the increased traffic volumes on the existing
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                   gravel road.
This project will provide a paved surface on County Road 73 from Rosemount/Inver Grove Heights
line to CSAH 32 (Cliff Rd) in Inver Grove Heights. Due to the increased traffic volumes,
maintenance will be reduced and the road will be designed and graded to County standards.
                                                                                                 IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                 Increase of $536,625 city.




     Project Revenues         Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond             Total
                               Revenues            2007            2008             2009               2010               2011           2011             Project
Property Tax                                       $165,000        $490,875                                                                                $655,875
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                              $135,000         $401,625                                                                               $536,625
            Total                                  $300,000         $892,500                                                                              $1,192,500
           Project            Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond             Total
       Expenditures            Revenues            2007            2008             2009               2010               2011           2011             Project
Land Acquisition                                   $300,000                                                                                                $300,000
New Construction                                                    $892,500                                                                               $892,500
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
           Total                                   $300,000         $892,500                                                                              $1,192,500


                                                                            Roads 28
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                   Project Location:
2-lane construction and paving on County Road 73 (Akron Ave) from 135th St to Rosemount/Inver                        Rosemount
Gove Heights city line in Rosemount.                                                               Project Descr:    Design/ROW Acquisition/Construction
2008 - Design/ Right of Way Acquisition                                                            Center No:        73-19
2009 - Construction                                                                                Useful Life:      40 Years
                                                                                                   Project Type:     Replacement - Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   Less maintenance due to the increased traffic volumes on the existing
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                     gravel road.
This project will provide a paved surface on County Road 73 from 135th St to the Rosemount/Inver
Grove Heights line in Rosemount. Due to the increased traffic volumes, maintenance will be
reduced and the road will be designed and graded to County standards.
                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   Increase of $885,690 city.




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond             Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008            2009                2010               2011           2011             Project
Property Tax                                                         $219,375        $773,135                                                                $992,510
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                                $253,125        $632,565                                                                $885,690
            Total                                                    $472,500       $1,405,700                                                              $1,878,200
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond             Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007             2008            2009                2010               2011           2011             Project
Land Acquisition                                                     $472,500                                                                                $472,500
New Construction                                                                    $1,405,700                                                              $1,405,700
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                    $472,500       $1,405,700                                                              $1,878,200


                                                                             Roads 29
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                     Project Location:
2-lane construction and paving on County Road 96 (320th St) from CSAH 23 (320th St/Eveleth                             Greenvale/Waterford Twp
Ave) to Trunk Highway 3 (Dahomey Ave) in Greenvale and Waterford Townships.                          Project Descr:    Reconstruct/Bit Pave
Project includes $500,000 for two railroad track crossing improvements.                              Center No:        96-02
2007 - Study (to be included in Future Studies/Prof Services)                                        Useful Life:      40 Years
2008 - Design/ROW Acquisition                                                                        Project Type:     Replacement - Gravel Highway Paving
2009 - Construction                                                                                  Priority:         High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Less maintenance due to the increased traffic volumes on the existing
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                       gravel road.
This project will provide a paved road on CR 96 from CSAH 23 to TH 3. Railroad crossings will be
reconstructed. Due to the increased traffic volumes, maintenance will be reduced and the road will
be designed and graded to County standards.
                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008             2009                2010               2011           2011             Project
Property Tax                                                          $656,250        $2,139,670                                                              $2,795,920
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                      $656,250       $2,139,670                                                              $2,795,920
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond             Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007             2008             2009                2010               2011           2011             Project
Land Acquisition                                                      $551,250                                                                                 $551,250
New Construction                                                                      $2,139,670                                                              $2,139,670
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                    $105,000                                                                                $105,000
Other
            Total                                                      $656,250       $2,139,670                                                              $2,795,920


                                                                               Roads 30
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                     Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                 Project Location:
Construction of new alignment on East - West Corridor (185th St/195th St) from CSAH 23 to                            Farmington
Flagstaff Ave at CR 64 (195th St) in Lakeville and Farmington. This is a recommendation and      Project Descr:      Construct/Bit Pave
identified corridor alignment in the East - West Corridor Preservation Study (2003).             Center No:          64-17
                                                                                                 Useful Life:        40 Years
                                                                                                 Project Type:       Replacement - Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                 Priority:           High
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 Not known at this time.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will provide a paved surface on the new East - West Corridor alignment "football area"
of 185th St/195th St from CSAH 23 to Flagstaff Ave at CR 64 (195th St). Due to the increased
traffic volumes, maintenance will be reduced and the road will be designed and graded to County
standards.                                                                                          IV. Effect on County Revenues:
County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal Aid funding.                                Increase of $1,760,422 city and $2,240,000 Federal and $810,000
                                                                                                    city.



     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008             2009              2010              2011            2011            Project
Property Tax                                                                                             $817,962        $1,333,664                       $2,151,626
Federal                                                                                                                  $2,240,000                       $2,240,000
State/Metro
Other                                                                                                   $669,242         $1,091,180                       $1,760,422
            Total                                                                                      $1,487,204        $4,664,844                       $6,152,048
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007             2008             2009             2010               2011            2011            Project
Land Acquisition                                                                                       $1,382,204                                         $1,382,204
New Construction                                                                                                         $4,664,844                       $4,664,844
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                      $105,000                                          $105,000
Other
            Total                                                                                      $1,487,204        $4,664,844                       $6,152,048


                                                                              Roads 31
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Transportation
REPLACEMENT: Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                  Project Location:
2-lane construction and paving on County Road 79 (Blaine Ave) from CSAH 47 (Northfield Blvd) to                     Castle Rock Twp
CSAH 80 (245th St E) in Castle Rock Township.                                                     Project Descr:    Design/ROW Acquisition/Construction
2010 - Design/ROW Acquisition                                                                     Center No:        79-04
2011 - Construct                                                                                  Useful Life:      40 Years
                                                                                                  Project Type:     Replacement - Gravel Highway Paving
                                                                                                  Priority:         High
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Less maintenance due to the increased traffic volumes on the existing
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                    gravel road.
This project will provide a paved road on CR 79 from CSAH 47 to CSAH 80. Due to the increased
traffic volumes, maintenance will be reduced and the road will be designed and graded to County
standards.
                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond             Total
                                Revenues            2007            2008             2009               2010               2011           2011             Project
Property Tax                                                                                            $1,425,506        $3,616,131                       $5,041,637
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                                       $1,425,506        $3,616,131                       $5,041,637
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond             Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007            2008             2009               2010               2011           2011             Project
Land Acquisition                                                                                        $1,215,506                                         $1,215,506
New Construction                                                                                                          $3,616,131                       $3,616,131
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                       $210,000                                          $210,000
Other
            Total                                                                                       $1,425,506        $3,616,131                       $5,041,637


                                                                             Roads 32
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT & EXPANSION: Lane Additions/Expansion (2007)
                                                                                                      Project Location:
Signal revisions, intersection geometrics, widening, and internal (access) roadway improvements                           Burnsville
on CSAH 42 from the west Dakota County/Burnsville City limits to CSAH 5 in Burnsville. As             Project Descr:      ROW Acquistion/Construction
recommended in the County Highway 42 Study (1998) and County Highway 42 Segment 8                     Center No:          42-91
Implementation Plan (2002).                                                                           Useful Life:        40 Years
                                                                                                      Project Type:       Improvement & Expansion - Lane Additions/Expans
                                                                                                      Priority:           High
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Addition of 2.5 lane miles and turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Construction will improve operations and correct deficiencies along this segment of the corridor as
recommended from the County Highway 42 Corridor Study (1998) and County Highway 42
Segment 8 Implementation Plan (2002).
Cost participation eligibility will be based upon access improvements to the mainline County State    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
Aid Highway. Federal TEA-LU, earmark, Routes of Regional Significance funding was obtained in         Increase of $6482,819 Burnsville, $885,131 Scott County/Savage,
joint applications with Scott County, Savage and Burnsville. Federal funding will be shared           $3,365,723 State Aid, $6,380,000 Federal TEA, $250,000 Federal
between Dakota/Scott County based on project length and/or construction quantities.                   Earmark, and $421,250 Local Roads of Regional Importance.

     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues            2007              2008              2009               2010               2011          2011           Project
Property Tax                                        $4,000,000                                                                                              $4,000,000
Federal                                             $6,630,000                                                                                              $6,630,000
State/Metro                                         $3,786,973                                                                                              $3,786,973
Other                                               $7,367,950                                                                                              $7,367,950
            Total                                  $21,784,923                                                                                             $21,784,923
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond           Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007              2008              2009               2010               2011          2011           Project
Land Acquisition                                    $5,000,000                                                                                              $5,000,000
New Construction                                   $16,784,923                                                                                             $16,784,923
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                  $21,784,923                                                                                             $21,784,923


                                                                                Roads 33
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Lane Additions/Expansion
                                                                                                  Project Location:
Construct a 6-lane divided roadway on CSAH 23 from 1/4 mile south of CSAH 46 (160th St) to                           Apple Valley/Lakeville
147th St in Lakeville and Apple Valley.                                                           Project Descr:     Design/ROW Acq/Construct
2007 - Design                                                                                     Center No:         23-59
2008 - Right of Way Acquisition                                                                   Useful Life:       40 Years
2009 - Construction                                                                               Project Type:      Improvement & Expansion - Lane Additions/Expans
County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal funding.                                  Priority:          High
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Increase of 3 lane miles.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Widening to 6-lanes will improve roadway operations, help alleviate congestion and provide for
the increased traffic levels.

                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  Increase of $2,486,250 City, $1,519,375 State Aid, and $5,775,000
                                                                                                  Federal.



     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond            Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008             2009              2010               2011          2011            Project
Property Tax                                        $220,000         $687,500         $611,875                                                           $1,519,375
Federal                                                                              $5,775,000                                                          $5,775,000
State/Metro                                          $220,000        $687,500         $611,875                                                           $1,519,375
Other                                                $360,000       $1,125,000       $1,001,250                                                          $2,486,250
            Total                                    $800,000       $2,500,000       $8,000,000                                                         $11,300,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007             2008             2009              2010               2011          2011            Project
Land Acquisition                                                    $2,500,000                                                                           $2,500,000
New Construction                                                                     $8,000,000                                                          $8,000,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                  $800,000                                                                                              $800,000
Other
            Total                                    $800,000       $2,500,000       $8,000,000                                                         $11,300,000


                                                                              Roads 34
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Lane Additions/Expansion
                                                                                                  Project Location:
Roadway improvements on CSAH 23. Project scope and location will be a recommendation as                              AV,L'ville
determined by the Cedar Avenue BRT Study in 2007.                                                 Project Descr:     Design/ROW Acq/Construct
2009 - Design                                                                                     Center No:         23-xx
2010 - Right of Way Acquisition                                                                   Useful Life:       40 Years
2011 - Construction                                                                               Project Type:      Improvement & Expansion - Lane Additions/Expans
County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal funding.                                  Priority:          High
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Unknown at this time.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project with improve roadway operations, help alleviate congestion and provide for the
increased traffic levels.

                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  Increase of $8,940,150 city, $5,463,425 State Aid and $7,000,000
                                                                                                  Federal. Dollars listed are an estimate, after BRT Study
                                                                                                  recommendations are made, a better estimate of Effect on County
                                                                                                  Revenues will be known.
     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond           Total
                                Revenues             2007             2008             2009             2010              2011            2011           Project
Property Tax                                                                           $758,175         $1,575,750       $3,129,500                      $5,463,425
Federal                                                                                                                  $7,000,000                      $7,000,000
State/Metro                                                                           $758,175          $1,575,750       $3,129,500                      $5,463,425
Other                                                                                $1,240,650         $2,578,500       $5,121,000                      $8,940,150
            Total                                                                    $2,757,000         $5,730,000      $18,380,000                     $26,867,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Revenues             2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2011           Project
Land Acquisition                                                                                        $5,730,000                                       $5,730,000
New Construction                                                                                                        $18,380,000                     $18,380,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                  $2,757,000                                                          $2,757,000
Other
            Total                                                                    $2,757,000         $5,730,000      $18,380,000                     $26,867,000


                                                                               Roads 35
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                   Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Lane Additions/Expansion
                                                                                               Project Location:
3-lane or 4-lane reconstruction on CSAH 26 (70th St) from TH 55 to TH 3 in Eagan and Inver                         Eagan/Inver Grove Heights
Grove Heights.                                                                                 Project Descr:      Design/ROW Acq/Construct
2010 - Design/Right of Way Acquisiton                                                          Center No:          26-43
2011 - Construction                                                                            Useful Life:        40 Years
                                                                                               Project Type:       Improvement & Expansion - Lane Additions/Expans
                                                                                               Priority:           High
                                                                                               III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                               Addition of 1/2 to 1 lane miles and turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will expand CSAH 26 to a 3-lane or 4-lane highway to alleviate congestion, make
safety improvements, and provide for the increased traffic levels.

                                                                                               IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                               Increase $6,519,583 State Aid and $5,334,205 city.




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                          Beyond          Total
                                Revenues             2007             2008             2009          2010               2011           2011          Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                          $2,027,073        $4,492,510                    $6,519,583
Other                                                                                                $1,658,515        $3,675,690                    $5,334,205
            Total                                                                                    $3,685,588        $8,168,200                   $11,853,788
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                         Beyond          Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007             2008             2009          2010               2011           2011          Project
Land Acquisition                                                                                     $3,125,588                                      $3,125,588
New Construction                                                                                                       $8,168,200                    $8,168,200
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                    $560,000                                        $560,000
Other
            Total                                                                                    $3,685,588        $8,168,200                   $11,853,788


                                                                               Roads 36
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Lane Additions/Expansion
                                                                                                  Project Location:
3-lane or 4-lane reconstruction on CSAH 26 (70th St) from TH 3 to CSAH 73 (Babcock Tr) in Inver                       Inver Grove Heights
Grove Heights.                                                                                    Project Descr:      Design/ROW Acq/Construct
2010 - Design/Right of Way Acquisiton                                                             Center No:          26-44
2011 - Construction                                                                               Useful Life:        40 Years
                                                                                                  Project Type:       Improvement & Expansion - Lane Additions/Expans
                                                                                                  Priority:           High
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Addition of 1/2 to 1 lane miles and turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will expand CSAH 26 to a 3-lane or 4-lane highway to alleviate congestion, make
safety improvements, and provide for the increased traffic levels.

                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  Increase $3,259,792 State Aid and $2,667,102 city.




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond          Total
                                Revenues             2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2011          Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                             $1,013,537        $2,246,255                    $3,259,792
Other                                                                                                    $829,257         $1,837,845                    $2,667,102
            Total                                                                                       $1,842,794        $4,084,100                    $5,926,894
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond          Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2011          Project
Land Acquisition                                                                                        $1,562,794                                      $1,562,794
New Construction                                                                                                          $4,084,100                    $4,084,100
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                       $280,000                                        $280,000
Other
            Total                                                                                       $1,842,794        $4,084,100                    $5,926,894


                                                                               Roads 37
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                   Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Lane Additions/Expansion
                                                                                               Project Location:
4-lane reconstruction on CSAH 50 (Kenwood Trail from Jurel/Jubilee Way to CSAH 60 (185th St)                      Lakeville
in Lakeville.                                                                                  Project Descr:     Design
County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal funding.                               Center No:         50-xx
                                                                                               Useful Life:       40 Years
                                                                                               Project Type:      Improvement & Expansion - Lane Additions/Expans
                                                                                               Priority:          High
                                                                                               III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                               Addition of 1.2 lane miles and turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will expand CSAH 50 to a 4-lane highway to alleviate congestion, make safety
improvements, and provide for the increased traffic levels.

                                                                                               IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                               Increase $75,600 city and $92,400 State Aid.




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                          Beyond          Total
                                Revenues             2007             2008             2009          2010               2011           2011          Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                                              $92,400                       $92,400
Other                                                                                                                    $75,600                       $75,600
            Total                                                                                                       $168,000                      $168,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                          Beyond          Total
       Expenditures             Revenues             2007             2008             2009          2010               2011           2011          Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                                     $168,000                      $168,000
Other
            Total                                                                                                       $168,000                      $168,000


                                                                              Roads 38
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Lane Additions/Expansion
                                                                                                     Project Location:
4-lane reconstruction on CSAH 60 (185th St) from Kenrick/Orchard to Ipava Ave in Lakeville.                              Lakeville
County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal funding.                                     Project Descr:      Design
                                                                                                     Center No:          60-xx
                                                                                                     Useful Life:        40 Years
                                                                                                     Project Type:       Improvement & Expansion - Lane Additions/Expans
                                                                                                     Priority:           High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Addition of 1.35 to 2.7 lane miles and turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will expand CSAH 60 to a 4-lane highway to alleviate congestion, make safety
improvements, and provide for the increased traffic levels. This porject will include improvements
at the railroad crossing.
                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     Increase $207,900 State Aid and $170,100 city.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond          Total
                                 Revenues            2007              2008             2009               2010               2011           2011          Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                                                   $207,900                       $207,900
Other                                                                                                                         $170,100                       $170,100
            Total                                                                                                             $378,000                       $378,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond          Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007              2008             2009               2010               2011           2011          Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                                           $378,000                       $378,000
Other
            Total                                                                                                             $378,000                       $378,000


                                                                                Roads 39
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Lane Additions/Expansion
                                                                                                    Project Location:
4-lane reconstruction on CSAH 70 (215th St) from CSAH 9/Dodd Blvd to CSAH 23/Cedar Ave in                               Lakeville
Lakeville.                                                                                          Project Descr:      Prelim Design
This is a recommendation and identified corridor alignment in the East-West Corridor Preservation   Center No:          70-16
Study (2003).                                                                                       Useful Life:        40 Years
County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal funding.                                    Project Type:       Improvement & Expansion - Lane Additions/Expans
                                                                                                    Priority:           High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Addition of 3.6 lane miles and turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This project will expand CSAH 70 to a 4-lane highway to alleviate congestion, make safety
improvements, and provide for the increased traffic levels.

                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Increase $181,500 State Aid and $148,500 city.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond          Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008             2009               2010               2011           2011          Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                                                  $181,500                       $181,500
Other                                                                                                                        $148,500                       $148,500
            Total                                                                                                            $330,000                       $330,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond          Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007             2008             2009               2010               2011           2011          Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                                          $330,000                       $330,000
Other
            Total                                                                                                            $330,000                       $330,000


                                                                               Roads 40
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Transportation
MPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Lane Additions/Expansion
                                                                                                     Project Location:
Construction of new East - West Alignment through Seed/Genstar/Newland area. This new                                    Farmington
roadway (extension of CR 64) will provide east - west connectivity between Akin Rd and Trunk         Project Descr:      Contruct New Alignment
Highway 3 in Farmington This is a recommendation from the East - West Corridor Preservation          Center No:          64-18
Study (2003). City of Farmington /Newland will construct this project, County will particiapate in   Useful Life:        40 Years
structure crossing of Vermillion River in years 2007 - 2009                                          Project Type:       Improvement & Expansion - New Alignments
City of Farmington is lead agency on this project.                                                   Priority:           High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Addition of lane miles and turn lane maintenance to be determined.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Construction of the new alignment was determined to be a logical connection and needed corridor
for the County Road system between Akin Rd and TH 3.

                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues            2007             2008              2009              2010               2011           2011            Project
Property Tax                                          $618,750        $1,200,375        $1,200,375                                                           $3,019,500
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                 $506,250         $982,125          $982,125                                                            $2,470,500
            Total                                    $1,125,000       $2,182,500        $2,182,500                                                           $5,490,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond             Total
       Expenditures               Revenues            2007              2008              2009             2010               2011           2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                     $1,125,000       $2,182,500        $2,182,500                                                           $5,490,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                    $1,125,000       $2,182,500        $2,182,500                                                           $5,490,000


                                                                                 Roads 41
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: New Alignments (Stage 2 Roadway)
                                                                                                  Project Location:
Construction on a new alignment from Trunk Highway 55/CSAH 63(Argenta Tr) to Trunk Highway                            Inver Grove Heights
3 in Inver Grove Heights.                                                                         Project Descr:      Stage 2 Design,Const
2007 - Design (Stage 2)                                                                           Center No:          28-29
2008 - Construction (Stage 2)                                                                     Useful Life:        40 Years
Cost shown represents only the additional cost by upgrading a city collector roadway (2-lane      Project Type:       Improvement & Expansion - New Alignments
urban) to a county arterial roadway (4-lane divided). Assumes no ROW cost due to plat             Priority:           High
dedication. ROW dedication with platting will need to occur prior to roadway construction.        III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Addition of 4 lane miles and turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Construction of the new alignment was determined to be a logical connection and needed corridor
for the County Road system between TH 55/CSAH 63 and TH 3.

                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  Increase of $543,375 city.




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond            Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008            2009               2010               2011         2011            Project
Property Tax                                         $57,750         $606,375                                                                            $664,125
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                $47,250        $496,125                                                                             $543,375
            Total                                   $105,000       $1,102,500                                                                           $1,207,500
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007             2008            2009               2010               2011         2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                   $1,102,500                                                                           $1,102,500
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                 $105,000                                                                                             $105,000
Other
            Total                                   $105,000       $1,102,500                                                                           $1,207,500


                                                                             Roads 42
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Interchanges & Overpasses
                                                                                                   Project Location:
Right of Way mapping, final design, and bridge interchange reconstruction project at CSAH 42 and                      Rosemount
Trunk Highway 52 in Rosemount.                                                                     Project Descr:     Design, R/W Acq, Construction
2006 - 2009 Design & Right of Way Acquisition                                                      Center No:         42-82
2011 - Construction                                                                                Useful Life:       50 Years
County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal Aid funding.                               Project Type:      Improvement & Expansion - Interchanges & Overpa
                                                                                                   Priority:          High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   Increase of 1 lane mile and turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Official mapping of CSAH 42 at TH 52 interchange area to preserve right of way for future
interchange, roadway, frontage/backage roads along this corridor. Reconstruction of interchange
will help alleviate congestion, improve safety, and utilize access management techniques. Final
cost breakdown will be subject to MnDOT and Federal funding.                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   Increase of $18,462,500 Federal, $11,000,000 State, $3,745,110
                                                                                                   State Aid, and $3,064,182 city.



     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008             2009               2010               2011          2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal                                            $1,657,500        $552,500         $552,500                           $15,700,000                    $18,462,500
State/Metro                                         $227,906          $75,968          $75,968                           $14,365,268                    $14,745,110
Other                                               $186,469          $62,156          $62,156                            $2,753,401                     $3,064,182
            Total                                  $2,071,875        $690,624         $690,624                           $32,818,669                    $36,271,792
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007             2008             2009               2010               2011          2011           Project
Land Acquisition                                   $1,035,938        $345,312         $345,312                                                           $1,726,562
New Construction                                                                                                         $32,818,669                    $32,818,669
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                $1,035,937        $345,312         $345,312                                                            $1,726,561
Other
            Total                                  $2,071,875        $690,624         $690,624                           $32,818,669                    $36,271,792


                                                                              Roads 43
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                    and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                 Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Interchanges & Overpasses
                                                                                             Project Location:
Bond payment for bridge interchange project at CSAH 46 (160th St) and Trunk Highway 52 in                      Coates/Vermillion Twp
Coates/Vermillion Township.                                                                  Project Descr:    Bond Principal & Interest
                                                                                             Center No:        46-20
                                                                                             Useful Life:      50 Years
                                                                                             Project Type:     Improvement & Expansion - Interchanges & Overpa
                                                                                             Priority:         High
                                                                                             III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                             None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Dakota County issued bonds for the MnDOT share of this project. MnDOT's payback date is
September 1, 2008. Since the Highway Fund does not have sufficient fund balance to pay the debt
service amount of the bonds, staff recommends transferring funds from the General Fund to pay
the debt service amount until MnDOT pays back Dakota County. The Transportation CIP will pay IV. Effect on County Revenues:
$100,000 and the remainder will be paid from the General Fund.                                  2008 increase of $1,000,000 (payment from MnDOT)




     Project Revenues         Prior to 2007                                                                                         Beyond          Total
                               Revenues            2007           2008             2009             2010              2011           2011          Project
Property Tax                                       $378,268       ($626,839)                                                                        ($248,571)
Federal
State/Metro                                                      $1,000,000                                                                        $1,000,000
Other
            Total                                  $378,268        $373,161                                                                         $751,429
           Project            Prior to 2007                                                                                         Beyond          Total
       Expenditures            Revenues            2007            2008            2009             2010              2011           2011          Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                              $378,268        $373,161                                                                         $751,429
           Total                                   $378,268        $373,161                                                                         $751,429


                                                                           Roads 44
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Interchanges & Overpasses
                                                                                                    Project Location:
Bridge interchange construction project at CSAH 5 and Trunk Highway 13 in Burnsville.                                   Burnsville
City of Burnsville is lead agency for this project.                                                 Project Descr:      Construction
                                                                                                    Center No:          5-41
                                                                                                    Useful Life:        50 Years
                                                                                                    Project Type:       Improvement & Expansion - Interchanges & Overpa
                                                                                                    Priority:           High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Study will recommend preferred interchange design, once know
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                      addition of lane miles and turn lane maintenance will be determined.
Construction of a grade separated interchange will help alleviate congestion, improve safety, and
utilize access management techniques.

                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    No County cost programmed pending outcome of I-35 Interchange
                                                                                                    Study.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011          2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                                                                                     $20,000,000                     $20,000,000
            Total                                                                                                         $20,000,000                     $20,000,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011          2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                                                          $20,000,000                     $20,000,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                                                                         $20,000,000                     $20,000,000


                                                                                Roads 45
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                    Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Interchanges & Overpasses
                                                                                                Project Location:
Right of Way acquisition along CSAH 50 (Kenwood Tr) from I-35 interchange area to the east in                     Lakeville
Lakeville.                                                                                      Project Descr:    ROW Acquisition
                                                                                                Center No:        50-10
                                                                                                Useful Life:      50 Years
                                                                                                Project Type:     Improvement & Expansion - Interchanges & Overpa
                                                                                                Priority:         High
                                                                                                III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Right of Way acquisition along CSAH 50 (Kenwood Tr) at I-35 interchange area to preserve Right
of Way for future interchange, roadway, frontage/backage roads along this corridor.
Note: Only Dakota County's portion of Right of Way acquisition is shown.
Estimated total Right of Way $7,500,000. Actual cost to be determined based on actual purchase IV. Effect on County Revenues:
price and city reimbursement for resale of excess property.                                    Increase of $4,125,000 State Aid.




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                         Beyond           Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008            2009             2010               2011         2011           Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                       $1,690,000       $2,435,000                                                                       $4,125,000
Other
            Total                                 $1,690,000       $2,435,000                                                                       $4,125,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                         Beyond          Total
       Expenditures             Revenues           2007             2008             2009             2010               2011         2011          Project
Land Acquisition                                  $1,690,000       $2,435,000                                                                       $4,125,000
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                 $1,690,000       $2,435,000                                                                       $4,125,000


                                                                             Roads 46
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Interchanges & Overpasses
                                                                                                   Project Location:
Right of way acquisition and construction for bridge interchange reconstruction project on CSAH 70                    Lakeville
(210th St) over I-35 in Lakeville.                                                                 Project Descr:     Interchange ROW Acquisition, Construction
2007 - Right of Way Acquisition                                                                    Center No:         70-06
2008 - Construction                                                                                Useful Life:       50 Years
                                                                                                   Project Type:      Improve & Expansion - Interchange & Overpass
                                                                                                   Priority:          High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   Addition of 0.1 lane mile and turn lane maintenance.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Bridge widening will help alleviate congestion, improve safety, and utilize access management
techniques.
County participation contingent upon receipt of Federal Aid funding.
Final cost breakdown will be subject to MnDOT and Federal Funding.                                 IV. Effect on County Revenues:
Since the highway fund does not have sufficient fund balance to fund $4.91 million in 2008, by     Increase of $2,293,200 city, $8,712,800 State Aid and .$6,094,000
either bonding or transferring funds from the General Fund will be necessary until MnDOT pays      Federal.
back Dakota County in 2012/2013.


     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008             2009               2010              2011           2011            Project
Property Tax                                                         $1,000,000                                                                            $1,000,000
Federal                                                              $6,094,000                                                                            $6,094,000
State/Metro                                         $1,375,000       $2,427,800                                                           $4,910,000       $8,712,800
Other                                               $1,125,000       $6,078,200                                                          ($4,910,000)      $2,293,200
            Total                                   $2,500,000      $15,600,000                                                                           $18,100,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond            Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007             2008             2009               2010              2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition                                    $2,500,000                                                                                             $2,500,000
New Construction                                                    $15,600,000                                                                           $15,600,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                   $2,500,000      $15,600,000                                                                           $18,100,000


                                                                               Roads 47
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                   Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Ramps for Overpasses
                                                                                               Project Location:
Design for ramps at CSAH 47 bridge/overpass with Trunk Highway 52 in Hampton.                                    Hampton
                                                                                               Project Descr:    Design
                                                                                               Center No:        47-37
                                                                                               Useful Life:      40 Years
                                                                                               Project Type:     Improve & Expansion - Ramps for Overpass
                                                                                               Priority:         High
                                                                                               III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                               None (Trunk Highway ramps will be maintained by MnDOT)
II. Purpose and Justification:
Construction of ramps and associated frontage road closures along TH 52 will improve safety.



                                                                                               IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                               None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                        Beyond           Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008             2009           2010               2011         2011           Project
Property Tax                                                                                                            $200,000                     $200,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                                                       $200,000                     $200,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                        Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007             2008             2009           2010               2011         2011           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                                     $200,000                     $200,000
Other
            Total                                                                                                       $200,000                     $200,000


                                                                              Roads 48
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION: Future Studies/Professional Services
                                                                                                    Project Location:
Provide engineering services for various projects. This includes new alignment/corridor studies,                        Future Studies/Professional Services
possible candidates for study are:                                                                  Project Descr:
Hastings Area Study                                                                                 Center No:
Northfield Area Study                                                                               Useful Life:
117th Street Study (future CR 32)                                                                   Project Type:     Improvement & Expansion - Future Studies/Profess
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Due to the increased work load and projects, several projects will need to be designed by
consultants. Provides cost participation for new alignment/corridor studies by consultants.

                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Increase of $675,000 cities.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond              Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008              2009             2010               2011            2011              Project
Property Tax                                          $275,000         $275,000          $275,000          $275,000          $275,000                          $1,375,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                 $225,000          $225,000         $225,000           $225,000         $225,000                          $1,125,000
            Total                                     $500,000          $500,000         $500,000           $500,000         $500,000                          $2,500,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond              Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007             2008              2009             2010               2011            2011              Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                   $500,000          $500,000         $500,000           $500,000         $500,000                          $2,500,000
Other
            Total                                     $500,000          $500,000         $500,000           $500,000         $500,000                          $2,500,000


                                                                                Roads 49
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Transportation
OTHER: Empire Transportation Facility
                                                                                                   Project Location:
Empire Transportation Facility located at 2800-160th St W (CSAH 46) in Empire Township. Facility                       Empire Township
constructed in 2003. Transportation CIP will reimburse Building CIP, yearly payments for years     Project Descr:      Transportation Facility
2004 to 2007 with balance to be paid in 2008.                                                      Center No:
                                                                                                   Useful Life:
                                                                                                   Project Type:     Other - Carry Over
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   None
II. Purpose and Justification:
The Rosemount Shop is functionally inadequate. In 2003, a new Primary Shop (Empire
Transportation Facility) was constructed in Empire Township.

                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond    Total
                                Revenues           2007             2008             2009                2010               2011              2011    Project
Property Tax                                      $1,100,000       $1,281,611                                                                         $2,381,611
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                 $1,100,000       $1,281,611                                                                         $2,381,611
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond    Total
       Expenditures             Revenues            2007            2008             2009                2010               2011              2011    Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                  $1,100,000       $1,281,611                                                                         $2,381,611
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                 $1,100,000       $1,281,611                                                                         $2,381,611


                                                                             Roads 50
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Transportation
OTHER: Township Road Distribution
                                                                                                  Project Location:
To distribute Township Road construction fund.                                                                        Townships
                                                                                                  Project Descr:
                                                                                                  Center No:
                                                                                                  Useful Life:
                                                                                                  Project Type:     Other - Township Road Distribution
                                                                                                  Priority:         High
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  None
II. Purpose and Justification:
County provides a Township Road construction fund for improvements of roads, bridges, or
intersection lighting.

                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond            Total
                                Revenues           2007             2008             2009               2010               2011          2011            Project
Property Tax                                        $20,900          $20,900          $20,900             $20,900           $20,900                       $104,500
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                    $20,900          $20,900           $20,900            $20,900           $20,900                      $104,500
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Revenues           2007             2008             2009               2010               2011          2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                $20,900          $20,900           $20,900            $20,900           $20,900                      $104,500
            Total                                    $20,900          $20,900           $20,900            $20,900           $20,900                      $104,500


                                                                             Roads 51
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                              Department:         Transportation
OTHER: Attorney Reimbursement
                                                                                                          Project Location:
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) will reimburse the engineering operating budget for                                     Attorney Reimbursement
attorney costs of the construction projects.                                                              Project Descr:
                                                                                                          Center No:
                                                                                                          Useful Life:
                                                                                                          Project Type:       Other - Attorney Reimbursement
                                                                                                          Priority:
                                                                                                          III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                          None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Construction budget will help pay the attorney costs of the construction projects.



                                                                                                          IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                          None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond         Total
                                  Revenues             2007             2008               2009                 2010               2011           2011         Project
Property Tax                                            $37,613          $39,494            $41,468               $43,542           $45,719                     $207,836
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                        $37,613          $39,494               $41,468            $43,542           $45,719                    $207,836
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond         Total
       Expenditures               Revenues             2007             2008               2009                 2010               2011           2011         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                    $37,613          $39,494               $41,468            $43,542           $45,719                    $207,836
            Total                                        $37,613          $39,494               $41,468            $43,542           $45,719                    $207,836


                                                                                     Roads 52
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Transportation
OTHER: CIP Reimbursement to Operations
                                                                                                    Project Location:
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) will reimburse the engineering operating budget for the                           CIP Reimbursement to Operations
design engineering costs of the construction projects.                                              Project Descr:
                                                                                                    Center No:
                                                                                                    Useful Life:
                                                                                                    Project Type:     Other - CIP Reimbursement to Operations
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Construction budget will help pay the engineering costs of the constriction projects.



                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond          Total
                                  Revenues             2007             2008            2009              2010               2011           2011          Project
Property Tax                                           $868,605         $912,035        $957,637          $1,005,519        $1,055,795                    $4,799,591
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                      $868,605          $912,035        $957,637         $1,005,519        $1,055,795                    $4,799,591
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond          Total
       Expenditures               Revenues             2007             2008            2009              2010               2011           2011          Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                  $868,605          $912,035        $957,637         $1,005,519        $1,055,795                    $4,799,591
            Total                                      $868,605          $912,035        $957,637         $1,005,519        $1,055,795                    $4,799,591


                                                                                  Roads 53
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Transportation
OTHER: CIP Reimbursement to Operations
                                                                                                     Project Location:
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) will reimburse the engineering operating budget for the                            CIP Reimbursement to Operations FTE
three FTE positions for staffing the construction projects. (cost split 40% city & 60% county)       Project Descr:
                                                                                                     Center No:
                                                                                                     Useful Life:
                                                                                                     Project Type:     Other - CIP Reimbursement to Operations FTE
                                                                                                     Priority:         High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Construction budget will help pay the FTE costs of the construction projects.



                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     Increase of $441,648 cities.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008          2009                 2010               2011          2011           Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                   $79,927          $83,923           $88,120            $92,526           $97,152                        $441,648
            Total                                       $79,927          $83,923           $88,120            $92,526           $97,152                        $441,648
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond           Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007              2008          2009                 2010               2011          2011           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                   $79,927          $83,923           $88,120            $92,526           $97,152                        $441,648
            Total                                       $79,927          $83,923           $88,120            $92,526           $97,152                        $441,648


                                                                                Roads 54
          2007 - 2011 CIP - Intermodal
PAGE        PROJECT        ROAD/           SEGMENT (FROM/TO)                  PROJECT DESCRIPTION              PROJECT LOCATION         ANNUAL      FEDERAL    METRO       INTERFUND COUNTY   TOTAL LIFE       LEAD        PROJECT
  #           NO.         BUILDING                                                                                                       COST                  SHARE       TRANSFERS  COST  PROJECT COST      AGENCY        NOTES

          2007 Section
Inter 3   Signs/Misc                 Signs and Misc. Construction         Signs and Misc. Construction         Countywide                   5,000          -           -            -     5,000      56,907    Dakota              6
Inter 5   Intermodal                 Intermodal Improvements              Intermodal Improvements              Countywide                  79,213          -           -            -    79,213     696,826    Dakota              6
Inter 6   Existing Trails            Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement   Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement   Countywide                 285,000          -           -            -   285,000     879,035    Dakota              0
Inter 7   B56-03          CSAH 56    I-494 to 70th Street                 Bike/Ped align./Transit connect.     Inver G H, S St Paul     1,263,552    713,552           -      550,000         -   1,378,885    Dakota         2, 4, 5
Inter 9   MRRT            TH 52/55   Cahill Ave to 111th St E             MRRT Future Phase                    Inver Grove Heights         80,000          -           -            -    80,000   1,177,800    Dakota              4
                                     Total for 2007                                                                                     1,712,765    713,552           -      550,000   449,213   4,189,453
          2008 Section
Inter 3   Signs/Misc                 Signs and Misc. Construction         Signs and Misc. Construction         Countywide                   8,600          -         -              -     8,600      56,907    Dakota             6
Inter 5   Intermodal                 Intermodal Improvements              Intermodal Improvements              Countywide                  34,907          -         -              -    34,907     696,826    Dakota             6
Inter 6   Existing Trails            Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement   Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement   Countywide                 171,748          -         -              -   171,748     879,035    Dakota             0
Inter 8   MRRT            CSAH 42    Hastings to Spring L P R             Phase #2                             Hastings, Nininger Twp   1,021,000    696,000   325,000              -         -   1,097,700    Dakota             4
Inter 9   MRRT            TH 52/55   Cahill Ave to 111th St E             MRRT Future Phase                    Inver Grove Heights        247,000          -   247,000              -         -   1,177,800    Dakota             4
                                     Total for 2008                                                                                     1,483,255    696,000   572,000              -   215,255   3,908,268
          2009 Section
 Inter 3 Signs/Misc                  Signs and Misc. Construction         Signs and Misc. Construction         Countywide                   8,500          -         -              -     8,500      56,907    Dakota             6
 Inter 4 Metro CIP                   Metro CIP                            Metro CIP                            Countywide                  90,333          -    90,333              -         -     243,113    Dakota             7
 Inter 5 Intermodal                  Intermodal Improvements              Intermodal Improvements              Countywide                  62,908          -         -              -    62,908     696,826    Dakota             6
 Inter 6 Existing Trails             Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement   Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement   Countywide                  75,087          -         -              -    75,087     879,035    Dakota             0
 Inter 9 MRRT            TH 52/55    Cahill Ave to 111th St E             MRRT Future Phase                    Inver Grove Heights        850,800    772,800    78,000              -         -   1,177,800    Dakota             4
Inter 11 MRRT            TH 52/55    111th St E to 117th St E             Future Phase                         Inver Grove Heights        112,000          -         -              -   112,000   1,485,312    Dakota             4
                                     Total for 2009                                                                                     1,199,628    772,800   168,333              -   258,495   4,538,993
          2010 Section
 Inter 3 Signs/Misc                  Signs and Misc. Construction         Signs and Misc. Construction         Countywide                   5,000          -         -              -     5,000      56,907    Dakota             6
 Inter 5 Intermodal                  Intermodal Improvements              Intermodal Improvements              Countywide                  45,442          -         -              -    45,442     696,826    Dakota             6
 Inter 6 Existing Trails             Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement   Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement   Countywide                  44,000          -         -              -    44,000     879,035    Dakota             0
Inter 10 NURT            NURT        TH 110 to CR 8                       future phase                         West St. Paul              100,000          -         -              -   100,000     100,000    Dakota             4
Inter 11 MRRT            TH 52/55    111th St E to 117th St E             Future Phase                         Inver Grove Heights      1,373,312    943,312   330,000              -   100,000   1,485,312    Dakota             4
                                     Total for 2010                                                                                     1,567,754    943,312   330,000              -   294,442   3,218,080
          2011 Section
Inter 3 Signs/Misc                   Signs and Misc. Construction       Signs and Misc. Construction       Countywide                      9,807           -           -            -     9,807      56,907    Dakota             6
Inter 5 Intermodal                   Intermodal Improvements            Intermodal Improvements            Countywide                    219,400           -           -            -   219,400     696,826    Dakota             6
Inter 6 Existing Trails              Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement Countywide                     98,200           -           -            -    98,200     879,035    Dakota             0
                                     Total for 2011                                                                                      327,407           -           -            -   327,407   1,632,768

Project Notes                                                                                                                           ANNUAL                 METRO                    COUNTY     TAX           END
                                                                                                                       YEAR              COST       FEDERAL    SHARE                     COST     LEVY        BALANCE
(1)   ISTEA/TEA-21/SAFETEA-LU match for funds awarded in the federal solicitation process                                      2003                                                                              86,379
(2)   In coordination with County Road construction                                                                            2004     1,383,120 1,000,000         -                   383,120     232,703     (64,038)
(3)   Funds to be transferred to the Transportation CIP.                                                                       2005         5,000         -         -                     5,000     242,011     172,973
(4)   Project dependent upon Federal funds                                                                                     2006     1,293,167   524,098   111,000                   453,069     256,532     (23,564)
(5)   CSAH 56 construction years are dependent upon the availability of State Turnback Funds                                   2007     1,712,765   713,552         -         550,000   449,213     269,359    (203,418)
(6)   Same project in multiple years, see individual project sheets for funding scenarios                                      2008     1,483,255   696,000   572,000               -   215,255     282,827    (135,847)
(7)   Metro CIP reimbursement                                                                                                  2009     1,199,628   772,800   168,333               -   258,495     296,968     (97,374)
                                                                                                                               2010     1,567,754   943,312   330,000               -   294,442     311,816     (80,000)
                                                                                                                               2011       327,407         -         -               -   327,407     327,407     (80,000)
                                                                                                                    2007-2011 TOTAL     6,290,809 3,125,664 1,070,333         550,000 1,544,812   1,488,376


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                Inter 2
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:           Intermodal
Bike Safety - system wide trail/route signage and information kiosks throughout the county that will
                                                                                                     Project Location:
provide maps and information about programs including safety improvements and linkages.                                     Countywide
                                                                                                        Project Descr:      Signs and Misc. Construction
                                                                                                        Center No:          Signs/Misc
                                                                                                        Useful Life:        20 years
                                                                                                        Project Type:       On-going
                                                                                                        Priority:           Medium
                                                                                                        III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                        No impact on County. Each city will assume all maintenance costs
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                          and responsibilities.
System wide trail signage will promote safe, efficient use of the trail system for commuting and
recreational bicyclists. This project is consistent with the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan
policy to install traffic controls and signage on bikeways in accordance with the Minnesota Manual
on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (IM.10).                                                         IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Bikeway signage will be constructed with 100 percent County funds
                                                                                                    as consistent with the bikeway policies in the County Transportation
                                                                                                    Plan.

     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008                 2009             2010              2011           2011            Project
Property Tax                          $20,000           $5,000            $8,600               $8,500            $5,000           $9,807                         $56,907
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                     $20,000            $5,000           $8,600               $8,500             $5,000           $9,807                         $56,907
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007              2008                 2009             2010              2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                      $20,000            $5,000           $8,600               $8,500             $5,000           $9,807                         $56,907
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                     $20,000            $5,000           $8,600               $8,500             $5,000           $9,807                         $56,907


                                                                                   Inter 3
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Intermodal
Anticipated Metro CIP Reimbursement. The North Urban Regional Trail (NURT) Phase #2, the
                                                                                                       Project Location:
Mississippi River Regional Trail (MRRT) Northern Segment, and MRRT Southern Segment                                      Countywide
identified the use of Metro CIP funds as local funding match in obtaining Federal funds for these      Project Descr:    Metro CIP
projects. These funds never materialized due to a lack of Legislative approval. Therefore,             Center No:        Metro CIP
Intermodal CIP funds were used to supplement the non-existing Metro CIP funds.                         Useful Life:      n/a
                                                                                                       Project Type:     On-going
                                                                                                       Priority:         High
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       None.
II. Purpose and Justification:
The Parks Department has or will reapply for the Metro CIP funds. Reimbursement for NURT
Metro CIP funds for $76,080 is anticipated to occur beyond 2011. Reimbursement for MRRT
Northern Segment Metro CIP funds for $90,333 is anticipated to occur in 2009. Reimbursement
for MRRT Southern Segment Metro CIP funds for $76,700 is anticipated to occur beyond 2011.             IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       The Metro CIP funding is subject to legislative approval. Parks
                                                                                                       Department will reimburse Intermodal CIP through Met Council
                                                                                                       reimbursement process for Metro CIP funding.

     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008                2009             2010               2011            2011             Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                  $90,333                                             $152,780         $243,113
Other
            Total                                                                            $90,333                                             $152,780         $243,113
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond             Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007              2008                2009             2010               2011            2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                                                        $90,333                                             $152,780         $243,113
            Total                                                                            $90,333                                             $152,780         $243,113


                                                                                  Inter 4
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:            Intermodal
Intermodal projects such as transit studies, transit infrastructure improvements along county roads
                                                                                                      Project Location:
to promote transit, and increase safety. Examples include bus shelters, bus pull-outs, pilot projects                       Countywide
for transit improvements and preservation of right-of-way.                                            Project Descr:        Intermodal Improvements
                                                                                                          Center No:        Intermodal
                                                                                                          Useful Life:      20 years
                                                                                                          Project Type:     New
                                                                                                          Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                          III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                          Will be determined as projects are completed.
II. Purpose and Justification:
With the passage of the Federal Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (ISTEA),
and with subsequent reauthorizations, a broader approach to transportation funding has been
taken at both the federal and state levels. The revision of the Dakota County Transportation Plan,
adopted by the Board of Commissioners in 1999, adopted a multi-modal approach to                          IV. Effect on County Revenues:
transportation. Projects recommended in this section fulfill the multi-modal criteria. This project is    Projects will be completed with County funds consistent with the
consistent with the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan policy to identify intermodal projects         County Transportation Plan - Transportation Alternatives goal
such as bike facilities and transit facilities to include into a five-year Intermodal CIP (IM.1).         policies.

     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                    Beyond             Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008                  2009             2010              2011             2011             Project
Property Tax                         $254,956           $79,213           $34,907               $62,908           $45,442         $219,400                           $696,826
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                     $254,956           $79,213           $34,907              $62,908            $45,442         $219,400                          $696,826
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                    Beyond             Total
       Expenditures               Revenues             2007              2008                  2009             2010              2011             2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                 $254,956           $79,213           $34,907              $62,908            $45,442         $219,400                          $696,826
            Total                     $254,956           $79,213           $34,907              $62,908            $45,442         $219,400                          $696,826


                                                                                     Inter 5
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Intermodal
Miscellaneous existing bikeway and trail rehabilitation and replacement projects along county
                                                                                                       Project Location:
roads.                                                                                                                   Countywide
                                                                                                       Project Descr:    Existing Trail Rehab & Replacement
                                                                                                       Center No:        Existing Trails
                                                                                                       Useful Life:      20 years
                                                                                                       Project Type:     On-going
                                                                                                       Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       No impact on the County. The city in which the bikeway is located will
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                         assume all maintenance costs and responsibilities.
County policy is to participate in funding bikeway trails adjacent to county roads. Some of the
existing bikeways throughout the county have reached the end of their useful life. The Bikeways
Maintenance Agreement between the cities and the County supports the reconstruction cost share
arrangement, if the cities follow maintenance requirements. This project is intended to supplement     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
funds available in the Transportation CIP for the County's share of funding bikeways adjacent to       The bikeways will be reconstructed with County funds consistent with
county roads. This project is consistent with the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan policies      the County Transportation Plan - Transportation Alternatives goal
to include bikeways and trails as part of the Intermodal CIP (IM.8) and requiring local governments    policies.
to provide maintenance through terms of the Bikeways Maintenance Agreement.

     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008                 2009             2010               2011            2011             Project
Property Tax                        $205,000          $285,000         $171,748              $75,087           $44,000           $98,200                          $879,035
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                    $205,000         $285,000         $171,748              $75,087            $44,000          $98,200                          $879,035
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond             Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007             2008                 2009             2010               2011            2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                     $205,000         $285,000         $171,748              $75,087            $44,000          $98,200                          $879,035
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                    $205,000         $285,000         $171,748              $75,087            $44,000          $98,200                          $879,035


                                                                                  Inter 6
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                            Department:         Intermodal
Mississippi River Regional Trail (MRRT) Northern Segment. Bicycle/pedestrian and transit
                                                                                                        Project Location:
connection preliminary engineering, south of I-494 in South St. Paul to 70th Street in Inver Grove                          Inver G H, S St Paul
Heights.                                                                                                Project Descr:      Bike/Ped align./Transit connect.
                                                                                                        Center No:          B56-03
                                                                                                        Useful Life:        20 years
                                                                                                        Project Type:       New
                                                                                                        Priority:           Medium
                                                                                                        III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                        Facility operation and public use will require additional maintenance
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                          and security costs in the form of personnel and equipment.
Project is MRRT Phase I and is consistent with the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan
policies to create bikeways and regional trails that form a framework to serve countywide needs,
and provide connections between municipalities and to adjacent counties (IM.7); to include
bikeways and trails as part of the Intermodal CIP (IM.9); to require approval for design and location   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
of bikeways within highway right-of-way (IM.9); and to construct off-highway bikeways in                The bikeway will be constructed consistent with the County
conjunction with all urban highway projects whenever practical, or construct paved shoulders to         Transportation Plan - Transportation Alternatives goal policies. Parks
serve bicycle and pedestrian modes on rural construction and resurfacing projects whenever              Dept. will seek reimbursement from Met Council in future years to
practical (IM.12).                                                                                      reimburse Intermodal CIP for $90,333.
     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond             Total
                                  Revenues             2007             2008                 2009             2010               2011             2011             Project
Property Tax                         $115,333                                                                                                                       $115,333
Federal                                                $713,552                                                                                                     $713,552
State/Metro
Other                                                 $550,000                                                                                                      $550,000
            Total                     $115,333       $1,263,552                                                                                                    $1,378,885
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond             Total
       Expenditures               Revenues             2007             2008                 2009             2010               2011             2011             Project
Land Acquisition                                       $379,066                                                                                                     $379,066
New Construction                                       $884,486                                                                                                     $884,486
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                 $115,333                                                                                                                      $115,333
            Total                     $115,333       $1,263,552                                                                                                    $1,378,885


                                                                                   Inter 7
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Intermodal
Mississippi River Regional Trail (MRRT) Southern Segment. Trail adjacent to CSAH 42 between
                                                                                                   Project Location:
the west boundary of Hastings and Spring Lake Park Reserve.                                                          Hastings, Nininger Twp
                                                                                                   Project Descr:    Phase #2
                                                                                                   Center No:        MRRT
                                                                                                   Useful Life:      20 years
                                                                                                   Project Type:     New
                                                                                                   Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   Facility development and public use will require additional
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                     maintenance and security costs in the form of personnel and
Project is MRRT Phase #2 and is consistent with the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan         equipment.
policies to create bikeways and regional trails that form a framework to serve countywide needs,
and provide connections between municipalities and to adjacent counties (IM.7); and to include
bikeways and trails as part of the Intermodal CIP (IM.8).                                          IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   The bikeway will be constructed consistent with the County
                                                                                                   Transportation Plan - Transportation Alternatives goal policies. Park
                                                                                                   Dept. will seek reimbursement from Metro Council in future years to
                                                                                                   reimburse Intermodal CIP for $76,700.
     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues            2007              2008                 2009         2010               2011            2011             Project
Property Tax                          $76,700                                                                                                                  $76,700
Federal                                                                $696,000                                                                               $696,000
State/Metro                                                            $325,000                                                                               $325,000
Other
            Total                     $76,700                        $1,021,000                                                                              $1,097,700
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond             Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007              2008                 2009         2010               2011            2011             Project
Land Acquisition                                                       $112,310                                                                               $112,310
New Construction                                                       $908,690                                                                               $908,690
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                 $76,700                                                                                                                   $76,700
            Total                     $76,700                        $1,021,000                                                                              $1,097,700


                                                                                  Inter 8
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                    Department:              Intermodal
Mississippi River Regional Trail (MRRT) future phase. Trail east of Trunk Highway 52/55 between
                                                                                                Project Location:
Cahill Avenue and the Pine Bend Trailhead at 111th Street East in Inver Grove Heights.                                   Inver Grove Heights
                                                                                                       Project Descr:    MRRT Future Phase
                                                                                                       Center No:        MRRT
                                                                                                       Useful Life:      20 years
                                                                                                       Project Type:     New
                                                                                                       Priority:         Low
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       Facility development and public use will require additional
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                         maintenance and security costs in the form of personnel and
This project is a phase of the adopted Mississippi River Regional Trail. The project is consistent     equipment.
with the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan policies to create bikeways and regional trails
that form a framework to serve countywide needs, and provide connections between municipalities
and to adjacent counties (IM.7); and to include bikeways and trails as part of the Intermodal CIP  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
(IM.8).                                                                                            The bikeway will be constructed consistent with the County
                                                                                                   Transportation Plan - Transportation Alternatives goal policies.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008                 2009             2010              2011            2011            Project
Property Tax                                           $80,000                                                                                                   $80,000
Federal                                                                                     $772,800                                                            $772,800
State/Metro                                                            $247,000              $78,000                                                            $325,000
Other
            Total                                      $80,000         $247,000             $850,800                                                           $1,177,800
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
       Expenditures              Revenues             2007             2008                 2009             2010              2011            2011            Project
Land Acquisition                                                       $172,900             $595,560                                                            $768,460
New Construction                                                        $74,100             $255,240                                                            $329,340
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                  $80,000                                                                                                    $80,000
            Total                                      $80,000         $247,000             $850,800                                                           $1,177,800


                                                                                  Inter 9
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                            Department:         Intermodal
North Urban Regional Trail (NURT) future phase. Future phase of NURT will address unfunded
                                                                                                        Project Location:
segments. Future efforts to secure SAFETEA-LU Enhancement program funds will focus on a                                   West St. Paul
segment between State Trunk Highway 110 and County Road 8 (Wentworth Avenue) in West St.                Project Descr:    future phase
Paul. Future efforts will focus on segments that connect to existing or proposed trails or trailheads   Center No:        NURT
and on segment lengths that can be constructed within the maximum amount allowed under the              Useful Life:      20 years
program.                                                                                                Project Type:     New
                                                                                                        Priority:         Low
                                                                                                        III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                        Facility development and public use will require additional
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                          maintenance and security costs in the form of personnel and
This project will help establish a continuous NURT link for bicyclists and pedestrians. The project     equipment.
is consistent with the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan policies to create bikeways and
regional trails that form a framework to serve countywide needs, and provide connections between
municipalities and to adjacent counties (IM.7); and to include bikeways and trails as part of the   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
Intermodal CIP (IM.8).                                                                              The bikeway will be constructed consistent with the County
                                                                                                    Transportation Plan - Transportation Alternatives goal policies.



     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008             2009                2010               2011           2011            Project
Property Tax                                                                                                   $100,000                                          $100,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                                               $100,000                                          $100,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
       Expenditures               Revenues             2007              2008             2009                2010               2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                                                $100,000                                          $100,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                                                               $100,000                                          $100,000


                                                                                   Inter 10
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Intermodal
Mississippi River Regional Trail (MRRT) future phase. Future trail phase east of Trunk Highway
                                                                                                      Project Location:
52/55 between Pine Bend Trailhead at 111th Street East and 117th Street East in Inver Grove                            Inver Grove Heights
Heights.                                                                                              Project Descr:   Future Phase
                                                                                                      Center No:       MRRT
                                                                                                      Useful Life:     20 years
                                                                                                    Project Type:      New
                                                                                                    Priority:          Low
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Facility development and public use will require additional
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                      maintenance and security costs in the form of personnel and
The project is a segment of the adopted Mississippi River Regional Trail. The project is consistent equipment.
with the Dakota County 2025 Transportation Plan policies to create bikeways and regional trails
that form a framework to serve countywide needs, and provide connections between municipalities
and to adjacent counties (IM.7); and to include bikeways and trails as part of the Intermodal CIP   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
(IM.8).                                                                                             The bikeway will be constructed consistent with the County
                                                                                                      Transportation Plan - Transportation Alternatives goal policies.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008             2009                 2010               2011             2011             Project
Property Tax                                                                           $112,000              $100,000                                             $212,000
Federal                                                                                                      $943,312                                             $943,312
State/Metro                                                                                                  $330,000                                             $330,000
Other
            Total                                                                          $112,000         $1,373,312                                           $1,485,312
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond             Total
       Expenditures              Revenues            2007             2008             2009                 2010               2011             2011             Project
Land Acquisition                                                                                             $549,325                                             $549,325
New Construction                                                                                             $823,987                                             $823,987
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                                                      $112,000                                                               $112,000
            Total                                                                          $112,000         $1,373,312                                           $1,485,312


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                Inter 12
Parks Capital Improvement Program (CIP)                             opportunities include camping, picnicking, boating, fishing,
                                                                    swimming, archery, hiking, skiing, mountain biking,
Mission                                                             snowshoeing and horseback riding.
To enrich lives by providing high quality recreation and
education opportunities in harmony with natural resource            Strategies for CIP Development
preservation and stewardship.                                       Master plans describe the long-range acquisition, management,
                                                                    development plans and priorities for each park. They were
Background                                                          prepared with the input of neighboring communities and park
The Dakota County park system consists of the following parks       constituents. The Lebanon Hills Regional Park Master Plan was
and regional trails:                                                approved in 2001, and the Spring Lake Park Reserve Master
                                                                    Plan was approved in 2003. Master plans for Thompson
•   Lake Byllesby Regional Park                                     County Park, Lake Byllesby Regional Park and Miesville Ravine
•   Lebanon Hills Regional Park                                     Park Reserve were completed in 2005. In general, the highest
•   Spring Lake Park Reserve                                        priority development and natural resource improvement projects
•   Miesville Ravine Park Reserve                                   within each master plan are recommended for implementation
                                                                    as funding allows. Other predominant strategies used to
•   Thompson County Park
                                                                    determine priority are:
•   Empire Wetlands Regional Park
•   Regional Trail System                                           Service Delivery: Prioritize higher use areas/needs (e.g.,
    – Big Rivers                                                    Miesville Ravine Park Reserve canoe launch).
    – Mississippi River, South St Paul Segment
    – North Urban                                                   Project Completion: Accelerate the completion of certain
(Regional trail capital improvements are included in the            projects (e.g., Lebanon Hills Visitor Center/Beach vicinity
Intermodel CIP.)                                                    parking lot and trails).
In 2005, the County adopted an acquisition master plan for the      Flexibility: In later years of the 2007-2011 CIP, some projects
420-acre Empire Wetlands Regional Park in Empire Township.          are identified as “master plan improvements” to maintain
In 2006, the County received a $6,000,000 appropriation from        flexibility to more precisely define priority needs at that time.
the State of Minnesota for this acquisition. Purchase of the
property is expected in 2007. The 2008 CIP includes $150,000        Acquisition: No acquisition funds are included. The strategy is
for minimal primary public use facilities such as trail head        to use the Metropolitan Council Opportunity Fund.
development. Including the Empire Wetlands Regional Park
addition, approximately 1,230 acres are still to be acquired to     Building CIP Project Transfer to Parks CIP: The annual
complete the parks in accordance with the park master plans.        allocations to the Bituminous Maintenance Fund and Public
                                                                    Facilities Upkeep Fund are now recorded in the Parks CIP.
The Dakota County park system offers diverse and year-round
natural resource oriented recreation and education. Recreation


                                                              Parks 1
Update on 2006 Capital Projects                                         not passing a bonding bill. In 2005, grants totaling $1,181,000
Park Acquisition – Acquisition of 420 acres for the Empire              were received for projects and reimbursements rolled over from
Wetlands Regional Park is anticipated in early 2007.                    previous years. In 2006, grants totaling $1,523,000 were
                                                                        received (100% of target). However, the limited-to-no funding
Lebanon Hills Regional Park/Water Management Plan –                     received in 2003-2005 resulted in significant project delays that
Funding request to the State Legislature was unsuccessful.              continue into the 2007-2011 CIP.
See Parks 4 for alternative funding strategy discussion.
                                                                        With five contemporary park master plans completed, the
Spring Lake Park Reserve, Schaar’s Bluff Redevelopment –                current estimated total cost of acquisition, development and
Final site design and plans for the Gathering Center were nearly        natural resources restoration is over $127 million. Even if
completed and bidding in early 2007 is expected.                        Metropolitan Council funding of $1.52 million per year
                                                                        continued, it would take 83 years to implement the master plans
North Urban Regional Trail Phase I – Trail within the Simons            for these parks, not including regional trails. Either
Ravine portion of Kaposia City Park was completed. This                 Council/State funding needs to increase or supplemental funds
project had been on hold for two years, pending the completion          are necessary.
of a contaminated soils investigation.
                                                                        The 2007 – 2011 CIP includes no funds for acquisition. Use of
Conservation Improvements –                                             the Metropolitan Council Opportunity Fund is planned.
   • System: A 10-person State Institution Corrections Work             Remaining inholdings have a current-assessed value of more
      Crew was again hired for one year to provide semi-                than $22,500,000.
      skilled labor for natural resource projects.
   • Lebanon Hills Regional Park: Work continued on oak                 Annual O&M and Lottery-in-Lieu Metropolitan Council derived
      savanna restoration of a nearly 100-acre site, prairie            funding, used for both the Parks’ CEP and natural resources
      restoration, buckthorn removal (various sites), and               work, has declined by over $100,000 since 2001 (to
      ecological restoration near the Visitor Center.                   approximately $400,000). In 2006, the combined spending on
                                                                        CEP and CIP projects exceeded revenue by approximately
Funding Considerations                                                  $59,000. The O&M cash balance that was accumulated in the
The majority of funding for regional park and trail acquisition and     late 1990’s when appropriations were higher is being used to
development in Dakota County comes from the State and the               fund the deficit. To address the deficit issue, the 2007-2011 CIP
Metropolitan Council. Dakota County targets funding of                  reduces natural resource related spending by 10%.
approximately $2.6 – $3.0 million per biennium through Metro
Open Space and LCMR grants. Until 2003, historic biennium
appropriations were typically averaging 65-85% of the targeted
funding. The 2003 appropriation to Dakota County totaled
$411,000, only 32% of the annualized target. In 2004, no funds
(0%) from the $1,767,000 target were received due to the State



                                                                  Parks 2
Highlights of the 2007-2011 Capital Improvement                      Planning Considerations
Program and 2007 Capital Budget
The 2007 – 2011 Parks CIP invests in all parks and regional
trails within the system: 74% for capital improvements, 26% for      Lebanon Hills Regional Park
ecologic improvement and 0% for acquisition. The five-year           Issues/Background
request is for $7,560,000 including $485,000 for 2007. This is a     Lebanon Hills Regional Park is a high use park serving nearly
significant decrease from the 2006-2010 CIP of $21,812,000,          500,000 visitors annually. The vision for the Park as described
which had included 2006 legislative requests of $3.4 million for     in the master plan is to provide a balance between human use
storm water management improvements at Lebanon Hills                 and its ecologic protection.
Regional Park and $9 million for Empire Wetlands Regional
Park acquisition.

The 2007 – 2011 Parks CIP revenues are derived as follows:
      63% from Metropolitan Council
      21% from County levy
      10% from O & M/Lottery in Lieu
      3% from hydro revenue
      3% from deed tax.

The County will invest $1,578,000 in capital improvements in
the park system during the next five years.

In 2007, major projects include:
    • Ecological restoration related efforts, funded by
       Metropolitan Council Lottery-in-Lieu appropriations and
       deed tax revenues totaling $195,000.
    • Continued implementation of the approved Park System
       Signage and Landscape Elements Plan ($50,000),
       funded through the Dakota County Parks Supplemental
       Acquisition and Development account.




                                                                            Parks - Figure 1




                                                               Parks 3
Issues include:                                                            Projects and Future Planning Considerations
• Developing a cost-sharing and implementation agreement                   The 2007-2011 CIP includes the following projects:
    with other affected agencies for the Stormwater                        • Dam maintenance and monitoring (ongoing)
    Management Plan. Total project cost is over $4 million. In             • Ecologic improvements
    2006, the County exhausted all options to secure additional            • Echo Point improvements
    state funds and a local/regionally-funded strategy is the only         • Other master plan improvements
    remaining option. This strategy, and associated County
    costs, will be discussed in early 2007. Previously approved
    state funds of $500,000 will expire in June 2007 unless
    expended.
• Timely implementation of the high priority ecologic and
    facility improvements in accordance with the master plan.
• Finding sustainable funds to implement on-going
    management to protect and enhance natural resources.

Projects and Future Planning Considerations
The 2007-2011 CIP includes the following projects:
• Storm water management project implementation
• Restoration of oak savanna and prairie
• Construction of a contact station at the campground
• Trail redevelopment/restoration
• Visitor Center vicinity site and trail restoration
• Other master plan improvements
                                                                                Parks - Figure 2



Lake Byllesby Regional Park
Issues/Background
The Lake Byllesby master plan was completed in 2005. The
primary issues are:
• Connecting the park to the Cannon Valley Trail
• Park access on township roads
• Poor lake water quality
• Potential conflicts between park use and Echo Point
    residences



                                                                     Parks 4
Spring Lake Park Reserve
Issues/Background
The master plan was completed in 2003. The primary issues
are:
• In-holdings prevent connectivity of trails and constrain
    natural resources management
• Timely implementation of the high priority ecologic and
    facility improvements in accordance with the master plan.

In 2005 the conceptual development plan for Schaar’s Bluff was
completed. Final design for both site improvements and a
Gathering Center was completed in 2006 with implementation
planned in 2007, using previously authorized funds from a 1999
environmental remediation settlement to Dakota County and
county levy.

Projects and Future Planning Considerations
The 2007-2011 CIP includes the following projects:
• Schaar’s Bluff ecologic restoration (partial)
• Other master plan improvements                                       Parks - Figure 3




                                                             Parks 5
Miesville Ravine Park Reserve
Issues/Background
The master plan was completed in 2005. The primary issues
are:
• Accommodating existing public use along the Cannon River
• Erosion contributing to sediment loads in Trout Brook
• Public safety concerns due to the park’s remoteness
• Connecting the park to the Cannon Valley Trail

Projects and Future Planning Considerations
The 2007-2011 CIP includes the following projects:
• Ecologic improvements
• Development of a new Cannon River access
• Other master plan improvements




                                                         Parks 6
Thompson County Park
                                                                      Parks - Figure 5
Issues/Background

Thompson County Park is located in West St. Paul and provides
57 acres of open space and recreational opportunities in
northern Dakota County. Thompson County Park is the only
non-regional park in the County park system.

The master plan was completed in 2005. The primary issues
are:
• Entry drive intersection safety concerns
• Expanding use into the south one half of the park
• Improving the trail network
• Degraded ecologic condition and water quality


Projects and Future Planning Considerations
The 2007-2011 CIP includes the following projects

•   Ecologic improvements
•   Other master plan improvements




                                                            Parks 7
Status of Previously Authorized Projects
                                                      Total Amount
                                            Year       Authorized
Project No.         Project Title        Authorized                                            Project Status
2006-8        Lebanon Hills Regional           2004        $960,000    2006 funds from State Legislature not received. Full project
              Park storm water                 2006     $3,500,000     implementation dependant upon developing cost-sharing
              implementation                          (not received)   funding strategy in partnership with affected agencies.
2006-10       Schaar’s Bluff                  2003      $1,500,000     Detail design completed 2006 with and construction planned
              Improvements                    2004         $450,000    in 2007.
                                              2005         $500,000
                                              2006         $621,000
2006-4        Lebanon Hills Regional          2004         $100,000    This multi-year project continues and expanded with invasive
              Park Oak Savanna                2005         $135,000    and undesirable woody vegetation removal.
              Restoration, Phase I and        2006          $50,000
              II
2006-5        Sign Implementation             2005       $30,000       Prototype signs developed in 2006. Additional construction
                                              2006       $50,000       expected in 2007.
              Spring Lake Park                2005       $50,000       Multi-year project started with assistance from citizens group
              Reserve Schaars Bluff                                    Friends of the Mississippi River.
              Old Forest Restoration
2006-3        Byllesby Dam Studies            2006        $50,000  Mandated Bedrock, Dam Breach, and Potential Failure Mode
                                                                   Analysis reports completed. Federal Energy Regulatory
                                                                   Commission review in process.
2006-1        All Parks Acquisition           2006       $863,000 Metropolitan Council grant received.
2006-9        Empire Wetlands                 2006      $9,000,000 $6,000,000 received from State Legislature. Acquisition
              Regional Park                                        expected 2007.
              Acquisition
2006-7        Lebanon Hills Regional          2006        $200,000 Metropolitan Council grant received. Planning substantially
              Park Trail Development                               completed with most construction expected in 2007.




                                                           Parks 8
         2007- 2011 CIP - Parks
PAGE     PROJECT      PROJECT DESCRIPTION              PROJECT LOCATION         ANNUAL       SOIL/      HYDRO        METRO       COUNTY        TOTAL LIFE      LEAD                     PROJECT                  Project
   #       NO.                                                                   COST       WATER       POWER        SHARE        COST       PROJECT COST     AGENCY                     NOTES                   Type

         2007 Section
Parks 13 7335      Natural Resource Imp           All Parks                        70,000      41,000                   29,000                     365,000 Dakota County   General natural resource              Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                           improvements using deed tax and
                                                                                                                                                                           Metro Lottery-in-Lieu funds/2007
                                                                                                                                                                           appropriation.
Parks 14 7394      Dam Upkeep/Repairs             Lake Byllesby Regional Park      50,000                 50,000                                   300,000 Dakota County   Routine facility maintenance and      Operations
                                                                                                                                                                           associated professional services.
Parks 15 7336      Ecological Restoration         All Parks                       125,000                              125,000                     625,000 Dakota County   Restoration projects at Miesville    Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                           Ravine, Lake Byllesby and Spring
                                                                                                                                                                           Lake Park with Metro Lottery-in-Lieu
                                                                                                                                                                           funds/2007 appropriation.
Parks 16 7326      Sign Elements Plan             All Parks                        50,000                                           50,000          50,000 Dakota County   Continued implemetation of Park       Construction
                   Implementation                                                                                                                                          System Signage Plan. Funds from
                                                                                                                                                                           Park Contingency Fund.
Parks 17 7387      Assessment                     Thompson County Park             18,000                                           18,000          18,000 Dakota County   Assessment due to City of West St.    Operations
                                                                                                                                                                           Paul for Emerson Avenue
                                                                                                                                                                           improvements. Funds from Parks
                                                                                                                                                                           Contingency Fund.
Parks 18 7399      Bituminous Maintenance         Parks                            45,000                                           45,000         225,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                           CIP to Parks CIP in 2007.

Parks 19 7390      Parks Facilities Upkeep Program Parks                          127,000                                          127,000         635,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                           CIP to Parks CIP beginning 2007.

                   Total For 2007                                                 485,000      41,000     50,000       154,000     240,000        2,218,000




                                                                                                           Parks 9
         2007- 2011 CIP - Parks
PAGE     PROJECT      PROJECT DESCRIPTION              PROJECT LOCATION           ANNUAL        SOIL/      HYDRO         METRO        COUNTY        TOTAL LIFE      LEAD                     PROJECT                 Project
   #       NO.                                                                     COST        WATER       POWER         SHARE         COST       PROJECT COST     AGENCY                     NOTES                  Type

         2008 Section
Parks 13 7335      Natural Resource Imp           All Parks                          70,000       41,000                    29,000                      365,000 Dakota County   General natural resource             Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                                improvements using deed tax and
                                                                                                                                                                                Metro Lottery-in-Lieu funds/2008
                                                                                                                                                                                appropriation.
Parks 14 7394      Dam Upkeep/Repairs             Lake Byllesby Regional Park        50,000                  50,000                                     300,000 Dakota County   Routine facility maintenance and     Operations
                                                                                                                                                                                associated professional services.
Parks 15 7336      Ecological Restoration         All Parks                         125,000                                125,000                      625,000 Dakota County   Park System ecological restoration Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                                projects according to Masterplans
                                                                                                                                                                                with Metro Lottery-in-Lieu funds/2008
                                                                                                                                                                                appropriation.
Parks 18 7399      Bituminous Maintenance         Parks                              45,000                                              45,000         225,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                                CIP to Parks CIP in 2007.
Parks 19 7390      Parks Facilities Upkeep Program Parks                            127,000                                             127,000         635,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                                CIP to Parks CIP beginning 2007.

Parks 20 7386      Facility Development           Miesville Ravine Park Reserve     400,000                                400,000                      400,000 Dakota County   High priority river access            Facility Development
                                                                                                                                                                                development. Funding included in
                                                                                                                                                                                the Metro 2006/2007 CIP.
Parks 21 7317      Echo Point Development         Lake Byllesby Regional Park       492,000                                492,000                      492,000 Dakota County   High priority with Masterplan.        Design/Const
                                                                                                                                                                                Funding included in the Metro
                                                                                                                                                                                2006/2007 CIP.
Parks 22 7321      Primary Facility Development   Empire Wetlands Regional Park     150,000                                150,000                      150,000 Dakota County   For initial facility development such Development
                                                                                                                                                                                as trailhead. Funding included in the
                                                                                                                                                                                Metro 2008/2009 CIP.

Parks 23 7343      Campground Contact Station     Lebanon Hills Regional Park       600,000                                600,000                      600,000 Dakota County   Priority within Masterplan. Funding Design/Const
                   Construction                                                                                                                                                 included in the Metro 2008/2009 CIP.

Parks 24 7344      Visitor Center Interpretive    Lebanon Hills Regional Park       200,000                                200,000                      200,000 Dakota County   Partial implementation of Lebanon    Design/Const
                   Exhibits                                                                                                                                                     Hills Visitor Center and site
                                                                                                                                                                                interpretive elements. Funds
                                                                                                                                                                                included in the Metro 2008/2009 CIP.

                   Total for 2008                                                  2,259,000      41,000     50,000       1,996,000     172,000        3,992,000

         2009 Section
Parks 13 7335      Natural Resource Imp           All Parks                          75,000       41,000                    34,000                      365,000 Dakota County   General natural resource             Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                                improvements using deed tax and
                                                                                                                                                                                Metro Lottery-in-Lieu funds/2009
                                                                                                                                                                                appropriation.
Parks 14 7394      Dam Upkeep/Repairs             Lake Byllesby Regional Park        50,000                  50,000                                     300,000 Dakota County   Routine facility maintenance and     Operations
                                                                                                                                                                                associated professional services.
Parks 15 7336      Ecological Restoration         All Parks                         125,000                                125,000                      625,000 Dakota County   Park System ecological restoration Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                                projects according to Masterplans
                                                                                                                                                                                with Metro Lottery-in-Lieu funds/2009
                                                                                                                                                                                appropriation.
Parks 18 7399      Bituminous Maintenance         Parks                              45,000                                              45,000         225,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                                CIP to Parks CIP in 2007.
Parks 19 7390      Parks Facilities Upkeep Program Parks                            127,000                                             127,000         635,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                                CIP to Parks CIP beginning 2007.

Parks 25 7345      Trailhead Improvements         Big Rivers Regional Trail         420,000                                420,000                      420,000 Dakota County   Improvements per Masterplan.         Design/Const
                                                                                                                                                                                Funds included in the Metro
                                                                                                                                                                                2008/2009 CIP.
Parks 26 7347      Visitor Center/Beach           Lebanon Hills Regional Park       381,000                                381,000                      381,000 Dakota County   Priority within Masterplan. Funding Design/Const
                   Improvements                                                                                                                                                 included in the Metro 2008/2009 CIP.

                   Total for 2009                                                  1,223,000      41,000     50,000        960,000      172,000        2,951,000


                                                                                                              Parks 10
         2007- 2011 CIP - Parks
PAGE     PROJECT      PROJECT DESCRIPTION              PROJECT LOCATION           ANNUAL        SOIL/      HYDRO         METRO        COUNTY        TOTAL LIFE      LEAD                     PROJECT                  Project
   #       NO.                                                                     COST        WATER       POWER         SHARE         COST       PROJECT COST     AGENCY                     NOTES                   Type

         2010 Section
Parks 13 7335      Natural Resource Imp           All Parks                          75,000       41,000                    34,000                      365,000 Dakota County   General natural resource              Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                                improvements using deed tax and
                                                                                                                                                                                Metro Lottery-in-Lieu funds/2010
                                                                                                                                                                                appropriation.
Parks 14 7394      Dam Upkeep/Repairs             Lake Byllesby Regional Park        50,000                  50,000                                     300,000 Dakota County   Routine facility maintenance and      Operations
                                                                                                                                                                                associated professional services.
Parks 15 7336      Ecological Restoration         All Parks                         125,000                                125,000                      625,000 Dakota County   Park System ecological restoration Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                                projects according to Masterplans
                                                                                                                                                                                with Metro Lottery-in-Lieu funds/2010
                                                                                                                                                                                appropriation.
Parks 18 7399      Bituminous Maintenance         Parks                              45,000                                              45,000         225,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                                CIP to Parks CIP in 2007.
Parks 19 7390      Parks Facilities Upkeep Program Parks                            127,000                                             127,000         635,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                                CIP to Parks CIP beginning 2007.

Parks 27 7349      Master Plan Improvements       Miesville Ravine Park Reserve     400,000                                400,000                      400,000 Dakota County   Improvements per Masterplan.          Design/Const
                                                                                                                                                                                Funds included in the Metro
                                                                                                                                                                                2010/2011 CIP.
Parks 28 7352      Trail Redevelopment            Lebanon Hills Regional Park       792,000                                792,000                      792,000 Dakota County   Priority within Masterplan. Funding Constr/Natural Res Imp
                                                                                                                                                                                included in the Metro 2010/2011 CIP.

Parks 29 7326      Sign Elements Plan             All Parks                         125,000                                             125,000         205,000 Dakota County   Continued implemetation of Park       Construction
                   Implementation                                                                                                                                               System Signage Plan. Funds from
                                                                                                                                                                                Park Contingency Fund.
                   Total for 2010                                                  1,739,000      41,000     50,000       1,351,000     297,000        3,547,000




                                                                                                              Parks 11
         2007- 2011 CIP - Parks
PAGE     PROJECT      PROJECT DESCRIPTION                 PROJECT LOCATION      ANNUAL        SOIL/      HYDRO          METRO        COUNTY         TOTAL LIFE      LEAD                     PROJECT                  Project
   #       NO.                                                                   COST        WATER       POWER          SHARE         COST        PROJECT COST     AGENCY                     NOTES                   Type

         2011 Section
Parks 13 7335      Natural Resource Imp           All Parks                         75,000      41,000                      34,000                      365,000 Dakota County   General natural resource              Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                                improvements using deed tax and
                                                                                                                                                                                Metro Lottery-in-Lieu funds/2011
                                                                                                                                                                                appropriation.
Parks 14 7394      Dam Upkeep/Repairs             Lake Byllesby Regional Park       50,000                  50,000                                      300,000 Dakota County   Routine facility maintenance and      Operations
                                                                                                                                                                                associated professional services.

Parks 15 7336      Ecological Restoration         All Parks                        125,000                                 125,000                      625,000 Dakota County   Park System ecological restoration Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                                                                                                projects according to Masterplans
                                                                                                                                                                                with Metro Lottery-in-Lieu funds/2011
                                                                                                                                                                                appropriation.
Parks 18 7399      Bituminous Maintenance         Parks                             45,000                                               45,000         225,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                                CIP to Parks CIP in 2007.
Parks 19 7390      Parks Facilities Upkeep Program Parks                           127,000                                              127,000         635,000 Dakota County   This project transferred from Building Continuing
                                                                                                                                                                                CIP to Parks CIP beginning 2007.

Parks 31 7378      Master Plan Improvements       Thompson County Park             400,000                                              400,000         400,000 Dakota County   Improvements per Masterplan.      Design/Const
                                                                                                                                                                                Funds from Park Contingency Fund.

Parks 30 7372      Master Plan Improvements -     Spring Lake Park Reserve         907,000                                 907,000                      907,000 Dakota County   Improvements per Masterplan.      Design/Const
                   Schaar's Bluff                                                                                                                                               Funds included in the Metro
                                                                                                                                                                                2010/2011 CIP.
Parks 32 7379      Facility Expansion             Dakota Woods Dog Park            125,000                                              125,000         125,000 Dakota County   Improvements per Masterplan.      Expansion
                                                                                                                                                                                Funds from Park Contingency Fund.

                   Total for 2011                                                1,854,000      41,000      50,000       1,066,000      697,000        3,582,000

                                                  FIVE YEAR CIP TOTAL
                                                                                ANNUAL        SOIL/      HYDRO          METRO        COUNTY
                                                                                 COST        WATER       POWER          SHARE         COST
                                                  2007                             485,000      41,000      50,000         154,000      240,000
                                                  2008                           2,259,000      41,000      50,000       1,996,000      172,000
                                                  2009                           1,223,000      41,000      50,000         960,000      172,000
                                                  2010                           1,739,000      41,000      50,000       1,351,000      297,000
                                                  2011                           1,854,000      41,000      50,000       1,066,000      697,000
                                                  Total                          7,560,000     205,000     250,000       5,527,000    1,578,000




                                                                                                             Parks 12
       2007- 2011 CIP - Parks
PAGE   PROJECT      PROJECT DESCRIPTION             PROJECT LOCATION               ANNUAL           SOIL/        HYDRO         METRO           COUNTY          TOTAL LIFE    LEAD    PROJECT   Project
   #     NO.                                                                        COST           WATER         POWER         SHARE            COST         PROJECT COST   AGENCY    NOTES    Type


                 Fund Balance Computation:
                                                                                Spring Lk Park          SWCD        Hyrdo   Public Facilities Contingency Fund
                                             12/31/05 Ending FB                      2,130,551         102,804    790,829          515,793        1,975,749
                                             EM Transfer '06                                                                                        250,000
                                             Levy '06                                                                                               125,455
                                             General Fund Transfer/Loan                621,000                                                      741,000
                                                                       Total         2,751,551         102,804    790,829          515,793        3,092,204

                                             06 External Revenue                        75,000          72,000    108,866          52,000         973,000
                                             06 Expenses                               125,000         161,532     50,000          70,000       1,714,000
                                                                        Total        2,701,551          13,272    849,695         497,793       2,351,204

                                             Cashflow                                                                                           1,254,781
                                             BIP                                                                                                  101,205
                                                                        Total                                                                   1,355,986


                                             *Estimated FB 12/31/06                  2,701,551          13,272    849,695         497,793         995,218

                                                                                2007-2011 CIP Totals
                                             External Revenue
                                                                       2007              75,000         41,000     50,000          82,000       9,154,000
                                                                       2008              75,000         41,000     50,000          82,000       1,996,000
                                                                       2009              75,000         41,000     50,000          82,000         960,000
                                                                       2010              75,000         41,000     50,000          82,000       1,351,000
                                                                       2011              75,000         41,000     50,000          82,000         159,000
                                                                                        375,000        205,000    250,000         410,000      13,620,000
                                             Expenses
                                                                       2007                             41,000     50,000         127,000       9,394,000
                                                                       2008                             41,000     50,000         127,000       1,988,000
                                                                       2009                             41,000     50,000         127,000       1,132,000
                                                                       2010                             41,000     50,000         127,000       1,648,000
                                                                       2011             907,000         41,000     50,000         127,000         856,000
                                                                                        907,000        205,000    250,000         635,000      15,018,000
                                             Levy
                                                                       2007                                                                       303,728
                                                                       2008                                                                       318,914
                                                                       2009                                                                       334,860
                                                                       2010                                                                       351,603
                                                                       2011                                                                       369,183
                                                                                                                                                1,678,288

                                             Estimated Ending FB 12/31/2011          2,169,551          13,272    849,695         272,793       1,275,506

                                             *Net of what is owed to the General Fund




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                Parks 14
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                    and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Parks
Natural resource improvements within the parks system.
                                                                                                  Project Location:
                                                                                                                      All Parks
                                                                                                  Project Descr:      Natural Resource Improvement
                                                                                                  Center No:          7335
                                                                                                  Useful Life:
                                                                                                  Project Type:      Natural Resource Improvement
                                                                                                  Priority:          High
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Maintenance costs are predicted to stabilize or decrease with
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                    improved natural resource quality.
The Parks Department mission includes the protection of natural resources. Improvements are
necessary to enhance and sustain the natural resources within the park system.

                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  No impact on County revenues. Deed tax provides approximately
                                                                                                  $41,000 annually, augmented with Metro Council Lottery-in-Lieu/2007
                                                                                                  appropriation.

     Project Revenues          Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond            Total
                                Revenues           2007             2008             2009               2010               2011            2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                          $29,000          $29,000           $34,000            $34,000            $34,000                        $160,000
Other                                                $41,000          $41,000           $41,000            $41,000            $41,000                        $205,000
            Total                                    $70,000          $70,000           $75,000            $75,000            $75,000                        $365,000
           Project            Prior to 2006                                                                                               Beyond            Total
       Expenditures           Expenditures         2007             2008             2009               2010               2011            2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                $70,000          $70,000           $75,000            $75,000            $75,000                        $365,000
Consulting Services
Other
           Total                                     $70,000          $70,000           $75,000            $75,000            $75,000                        $365,000


                                                                             Parks 15
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Parks
Byllesby Dam repair and associated consultant services at Lake Byllesby Regional Park.
                                                                                                      Project Location:
                                                                                                                          Lake Byllesby Regional Park
                                                                                                      Project Descr:      Dam Upkeep/Repairs
                                                                                                      Center No:          7394
                                                                                                      Useful Life:
                                                                                                      Project Type:     Operations
                                                                                                      Priority:         High
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Continued upkeep will provide for more cost effective operation and
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                        maintenance of the dam.
Routine repair of the Byllesby Damn protects the investment in infrastructure, maintains the
recreational ppol and addresses public safety.

                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      Hydro power revenues are adequate to fund the operations and
                                                                                                      maintenance of the facility.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2006                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008              2009               2010               2011            2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                   $50,000          $50,000            $50,000            $50,000            $50,000        $50,000         $300,000
            Total                                       $50,000          $50,000            $50,000            $50,000            $50,000        $50,000         $300,000
           Project              Prior to 2006                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008              2009               2010               2011            2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                   $50,000          $50,000            $50,000            $50,000            $50,000        $50,000         $300,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                       $50,000          $50,000            $50,000            $50,000            $50,000        $50,000         $300,000


                                                                                 Parks 16
                         2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                       and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                             Department:         Parks
Ecological restoration at high priority sites within the park system.
                                                                                                         Project Location:
                                                                                                                             All Parks
                                                                                                         Project Descr:      Ecological Restoration
                                                                                                         Center No:          7336
                                                                                                         Useful Life:
                                                                                                         Project Type:      Natural Resource Imp
                                                                                                         Priority:          High
                                                                                                         III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                         Maintenance costs may increase slightly during initial establishment,
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                           then expected to stabilize or decline. Temporary cost increases can
Ecological restoration at high priority sites as identified in master plans will improve recreational    be absorbed within existing park operations budget.
experience. The 2007 sites are:
Miesville Ravine: Prairie restoration (for erosion control)......... $20,000
Spring Lake: Schaar's Bluff restoration (partial)...........        $105,000                             IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                         No effect on County revenues. Funds provided by the Metro Council
2008-2011: High priority sites identified by master plans                                                Lottery-in Lieu appropriations.



      Project Revenues            Prior to 2006                                                                                                  Beyond             Total
                                   Revenues              2007              2008              2009              2010               2011            2011             Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                              $125,000          $125,000           $125,000           $125,000            $125,000                        $625,000
Other
            Total                                        $125,000          $125,000           $125,000           $125,000            $125,000                        $625,000
           Project               Prior to 2006                                                                                                   Beyond             Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures            2007              2008              2009              2010               2011            2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                    $125,000          $125,000           $125,000           $125,000            $125,000                        $625,000
Consulting Services
Other
             Total                                       $125,000          $125,000           $125,000           $125,000            $125,000                        $625,000


                                                                                     Parks 17
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Parks
Development and implementation of approved Park System Signage and Landscape Elements
                                                                                                  Project Location:
Plan.                                                                                                                 All Parks
                                                                                                  Project Descr:      Sign Elements Plan Implementation
                                                                                                  Center No:          7326
                                                                                                  Useful Life:
                                                                                                  Project Type:     Construction
                                                                                                  Priority:         High
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 Replacement of antiquated signs with new style will have little impact
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                   on operating costs. New signs will result in slightly increased costs,
Develop entrance, kiosk, location signs per Elements Plan. Emphasis will be on implementation at which can be absorbed within existing park operations budget.
Lebanon Hills Regional Park as it is a priority in the approved Master Plan.

                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  Funds derived from the Dakota County Parks Supplemental
                                                                                                  Acquisitions and Development account.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2006                                                                                             Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008             2009              2010              2011            2011             Project
Property Tax                                          $50,000                                                                                                 $50,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                      $50,000                                                                                                 $50,000
           Project             Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond             Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008             2009              2010              2011            2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                       $50,000                                                                                                 $50,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                      $50,000                                                                                                 $50,000


                                                                               Parks 18
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                     Department:         Parks
Assessments due City of West St. Paul for Emerson Avenue improvements.
                                                                                                 Project Location:
                                                                                                                     Thompson County Park
                                                                                                 Project Descr:      Assessment
                                                                                                 Center No:          7387
                                                                                                 Useful Life:
                                                                                                 Project Type:     Operations
                                                                                                 Priority:         High
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 No impact.
II. Purpose and Justification:
The City of West St. Paul is upgrading utilities and street repair at Emerson Avenue along the
south boundary of Thompson County Park. This project represents County share.

                                                                                                 IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                 Funds derived from the Dakota County Parks Supplemental
                                                                                                 Acquisitions and Development account.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2006                                                                                         Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009           2010              2011          2011           Project
Property Tax                                           $18,000                                                                                          $18,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                       $18,000                                                                                            $18,000
           Project              Prior to 2006                                                                                         Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009           2010              2011          2011           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                   $18,000                                                                                            $18,000
            Total                                       $18,000                                                                                            $18,000


                                                                                Parks 19
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Parks
Perform required bituminous maintenance; crack filing, chip sealing and/or overlays of parking lots,
                                                                                                     Project Location:
roadways and trails.                                                                                                    Parks
                                                                                                      Project Descr:    Bituminous Maintenance
                                                                                                      Center No:        7399
                                                                                                      Useful Life:      10 years
                                                                                                      Project Type:     Continuing
                                                                                                      Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Lower maintenance and road replacement costs; reduced annual
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                        repair costs.
Bituminous pavement needs routine maintenance and overlays to maximize useful life and
minimize long term replacement costs. This program protects the County's investment of
bituminous pavements within the park system. Existing high use aggregate roads and parking lots
require continual maintenance, provide low public service and do not meet current development   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
standards. overlaying aggregate lots minimizes maintenance, increases service and improves the Care and maintenance to existing paved roadways is not eligible for
parks to development standards.                                                                 Metro funding. Will require County levy or other County funds.
This capital request was previously included in the Buildings CIP. Funds requested remains the
same.

     Project Revenues           Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009               2010             2011           2011           Project
Property Tax                                           $45,000           $45,000          $45,000             $45,000         $45,000                       $225,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                       $45,000          $45,000            $45,000            $45,000           $45,000                     $225,000
           Project              Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007              2008             2009               2010             2011           2011           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                   $45,000          $45,000            $45,000            $45,000           $45,000                     $225,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                       $45,000          $45,000            $45,000            $45,000           $45,000                     $225,000


                                                                                 Parks 20
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:        Parks
Annual set-aside for continued upkeep, replacement, and upgrades of Parks facilities as required.
                                                                                                 Project Location:
                                                                                                                    Parks
                                                                                                 Project Descr:     Parks Facilities Upkeep Program
                                                                                                 Center No:         7390
                                                                                                 Useful Life:       NA
                                                                                                 Project Type:      Continuing
                                                                                                 Priority:          High
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 This program helps protect the county investment in park facilities,
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                   reducing operating and maintenance costs.
Increased Metro Park development funding has greatly expanded County Park system public use
of buildings and facilities. Metro funds the initial capital costs; the on-going upkeep is the County's
responsibility. There is a need for a stable source of funds for on-going replacements of building
components such as roofs, flooring, doors, windows, countertops, sinks, toilets, and other fixtures IV. Effect on County Revenues:
as well as building systems including heating and air conditioning units, wells, pumps, water           None
heaters and water softeners to provide continued quality service to the public throughout the
County Parks.
This capital request was previously included in the Buildings CIP

     Project Revenues          Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond             Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008             2009             2010               2011             2011             Project
Property Tax                                        $127,000         $127,000         $127,000          $127,000          $127,000                           $635,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                   $127,000         $127,000         $127,000           $127,000            $127,000                         $635,000
           Project             Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond             Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures         2007             2008             2009             2010               2011             2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                               $127,000         $127,000         $127,000           $127,000            $127,000                         $635,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                   $127,000         $127,000         $127,000           $127,000            $127,000                         $635,000


                                                                              Parks 21
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Parks
Cannon River Canoe Launch facility development at Miesville Ravine Park Reserve.
                                                                                                  Project Location:
                                                                                                                      Miesville Ravine Park Reserve
                                                                                                  Project Descr:      Facility Development
                                                                                                  Center No:          7386
                                                                                                  Useful Life:
                                                                                                  Project Type:      Facility Development
                                                                                                  Priority:          High
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Facility development will increase associated operation and
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                    maintenance costs. A current level request would need to occur in
The approved master plan identifies development of a canoe and tube launch as a high priority     2008 to fund these costs.
required to accommodate existing use. Includes entry drive, parking lot, potable water, launch,
vault toilet, etc.
                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  Regional funds will be used resulting in no effect on County revenues.
                                                                                                  Funds of $400,000 are included in the Metro 2006/2007 CIP.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2006                                                                                             Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009            2010               2011            2011             Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                             $400,000                                                                             $400,000
Other
            Total                                                      $400,000                                                                              $400,000
           Project              Prior to 2006                                                                                             Beyond             Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009            2010               2011            2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                  $400,000                                                                              $400,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                      $400,000                                                                              $400,000


                                                                                Parks 22
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Parks
Echo Point Development at Lake Byllesby Regional Park.
                                                                                                  Project Location:
                                                                                                                      Lake Byllesby Regional Park
                                                                                                  Project Descr:      Echo Point Development
                                                                                                  Center No:          7317
                                                                                                  Useful Life:
                                                                                                  Project Type:     Design/Const
                                                                                                  Priority:         High
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Some minor increased costs expected.
II. Purpose and Justification:
The Lake Byllesby Regional Park master plan improvements to Echo Point. Includes design,
engineering, construction of transient boat docks, parking, trails, lakeside hut, and schematic
design for future masterplan improvements. Improvements intended to increase service and use
of the park.                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  Regional funds will be used, resulting in no effect on County
                                                                                                  revenues. Funds of $492,000 are included in the Metro 2006/2007
                                                                                                  CIP.

     Project Revenues          Prior to 2006                                                                                             Beyond         Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008             2009              2010               2011           2011         Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                           $492,000                                                                           $492,000
Other
            Total                                                     $492,000                                                                           $492,000
           Project             Prior to 2006                                                                                             Beyond         Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures         2007             2008             2009              2010               2011           2011         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                      $442,000                                                                           $442,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                    $50,000                                                                            $50,000
Other
            Total                                                     $492,000                                                                           $492,000


                                                                              Parks 23
                         2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                       and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Parks
Primary facility design and development at Empire Wetlands Regional Park
                                                                                                     Project Location:
                                                                                                                         Empire Wetlands Regional Park
                                                                                                     Project Descr:      Primary Facility Development
                                                                                                     Center No:          7321
                                                                                                     Useful Life:
                                                                                                     Project Type:       Development
                                                                                                     Priority:           High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Costs will be incurred. A current level increase beginning in 2009 will
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                       be requested.
Provide for initial minimal facility development to support public use, such as trails, trail head
parking, signs, erosion stabilization, etc.

                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     Regional funds will be used. Funds of $150,000 are included in the
                                                                                                     Metro 2008/2009 CIP.



      Project Revenues            Prior to 2006                                                                                               Beyond             Total
                                   Revenues              2007              2008              2009          2010               2011             2011             Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                 $150,000                                                                              $150,000
Other
            Total                                                           $150,000                                                                              $150,000
           Project                Prior to 2006                                                                                               Beyond             Total
       Expenditures               Expenditures           2007              2008              2009          2010               2011             2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                            $120,000                                                                              $120,000
Modifications/Repairs                                                        $20,000                                                                               $20,000
Consulting Services                                                          $10,000                                                                               $10,000
Other
             Total                                                          $150,000                                                                              $150,000


                                                                                     Parks 24
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Parks
Design and construct campground contact station at Lebanon Hills Regional Park.
                                                                                                  Project Location:
                                                                                                                      Lebanon Hills Regional Park
                                                                                                  Project Descr:      Campground Contact Station Construction
                                                                                                  Center No:          7343
                                                                                                  Useful Life:
                                                                                                  Project Type:      Design/Const
                                                                                                  Priority:          High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   Facility improvements will increase associated operating and
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                     maintenance costs. A current level request would need to occur in
Provide an essential campground support facility according to the approved Master Plan including: 2009 to fund these costs.
registration office/information center, restrooms, small retail for basic camper needs,
mechanical/storage, service area for telephone, ice, etc., firewood enclosure. Also includes minor
improvements to existing office building, native vegetation.                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  Regional funds will be used with no effect on County revenues.
                                                                                                  Funds of $600,000 are included in the Metro 2008/2009 CIP.



     Project Revenues          Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond            Total
                                Revenues             2007             2008             2009             2010               2011            2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                           $600,000                                                                               $600,000
Other
            Total                                                     $600,000                                                                               $600,000
           Project             Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond            Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008             2009             2010               2011            2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                      $550,000                                                                               $550,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                    $50,000                                                                                $50,000
Other
            Total                                                     $600,000                                                                               $600,000


                                                                               Parks 25
                         2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                       and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Parks
Detail design, construction and installation of interpretive exhibits at the Lebanon Hills Visitor
                                                                                                      Project Location:
Center, per approved Concept Plan.                                                                                        Lebanon Hills Regional Park
                                                                                                      Project Descr:      Visitor Center Interpretive Exhibits
                                                                                                      Center No:          7344
                                                                                                      Useful Life:
                                                                                                      Project Type:     Design/Const
                                                                                                      Priority:         High
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Maintenance and operating costs may increase. A current level
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                        increase may be requested beginning in 2009.
Due to funding shortfall during visitor center construction implementation of interpretive exhibits
was not possible. The approved concept plan provides direction for design and development of
exhibits.
                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      Regional funds will be used and are included in the Metro 2008/2009




      Project Revenues            Prior to 2006                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
                                   Revenues              2007              2008              2009           2010                2011             2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                $200,000                                                                               $200,000
Other
            Total                                                          $200,000                                                                               $200,000
           Project                Prior to 2006                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
       Expenditures               Expenditures           2007              2008              2009           2010                2011             2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                           $170,000                                                                               $170,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                          $30,000                                                                               $30,000
Other
             Total                                                         $200,000                                                                               $200,000


                                                                                     Parks 26
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Parks
Trailhead improvements at Big Rivers Regional Trail.
                                                                                                      Project Location:
                                                                                                                          Big Rivers Regional Trail
                                                                                                      Project Descr:      Trailhead Improvements
                                                                                                      Center No:          7345
                                                                                                      Useful Life:
                                                                                                      Project Type:      Design/Const
                                                                                                      Priority:          High
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Facility improvements will slightly increase the associated operating
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                        and maintenance costs. A current level request would need to occur
Provide essential trail support functions in accordance with the approved master plan including:      in 2008 to fund these costs.
drinking fountain, information kiosk/shelter, historic overlook stabilizing repairs, landscaping,
improved security lighting.
                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      Regional funds will be used to fund the design and construction,
                                                                                                      resulting in no effect on County revenue. Funds of $420,000 are
                                                                                                      included in the Metro 2008/2009 CIP.

     Project Revenues            Prior to 2006                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues             2007             2008              2009              2010               2011             2011            Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                               $420,000                                                                $420,000
Other
            Total                                                                         $420,000                                                                $420,000
           Project              Prior to 2006                                                                                                  Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures           2007             2008              2009              2010               2011             2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                          $400,000                                                                $400,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                         $20,000                                                                $20,000
Other
            Total                                                                         $420,000                                                                $420,000


                                                                                 Parks 27
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                            Department:         Parks
Visitor Center/Beach improvements at Lebanon Hills Regional Park
                                                                                                        Project Location:
                                                                                                                            Lebanon Hills Regional Park
                                                                                                        Project Descr:      Visitor Center/Beach Improvements
                                                                                                        Center No:          7347
                                                                                                        Useful Life:
                                                                                                        Project Type:     Design/Const
                                                                                                        Priority:         High
                                                                                                        III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                        Improvements will slightly increase associated operating and
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                          maintenance costs.
For design, engineering and construction of improvements for essential visitor orientation, parking
lot redevelopment, security improvements, trail connections in the vicinity of the Visitor Center and
Schulze Beach facilities.
                                                                                                        IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                        Regional funds will be used, resulting in no effect on County
                                                                                                        revenues. Funds of $381,000 are included in the Metro 2008/2009
                                                                                                        CIP.

     Project Revenues            Prior to 2006                                                                                                 Beyond             Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008             2009                2010               2011           2011             Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                $381,000                                                                $381,000
Other
            Total                                                                          $381,000                                                                $381,000
           Project               Prior to 2006                                                                                                 Beyond             Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures          2007              2008             2009                2010               2011           2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                           $366,000                                                                $366,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                          $15,000                                                                   $15,000
Other
            Total                                                                          $381,000                                                                $381,000


                                                                                  Parks 28
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                    and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                 Department:         Parks
Master plan improvements for Miesville Ravine Park Reserve.
                                                                                             Project Location:
                                                                                                                 Miesville Ravine Park Reserve
                                                                                             Project Descr:      Master Plan Improvements
                                                                                             Center No:          7349
                                                                                             Useful Life:
                                                                                             Project Type:     Design/Const
                                                                                             Priority:         High
                                                                                             III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                             Facility improvements may increase associated operating and
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                               maintenance costs.
These funds are to continue phased implementation of high priority Master plan recommended
improvements.

                                                                                             IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                             Metropolitan Council funds will be used resulting in no effect on
                                                                                             County revenue. Funds of $400,000 are included in the Metro
                                                                                             2010/2011 CIP.

     Project Revenues         Prior to 2006                                                                                           Beyond             Total
                               Revenues            2007            2008             2009           2010               2011             2011             Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                          $400,000                                             $400,000
Other
            Total                                                                                    $400,000                                             $400,000
           Project            Prior to 2006                                                                                           Beyond             Total
       Expenditures           Expenditures         2007            2008             2009           2010               2011             2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                                     $370,000                                             $370,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                   $30,000                                              $30,000
Other
           Total                                                                                     $400,000                                             $400,000


                                                                            Parks 29
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Parks
Trail redevelopment at Lebanon Hills Regional Park.
                                                                                                    Project Location:
                                                                                                                        Lebanon Hills Regional Park
                                                                                                    Project Descr:      Trail Redevelopment
                                                                                                    Center No:          7352
                                                                                                    Useful Life:
                                                                                                    Project Type:      Constr/Natural Res Imp
                                                                                                    Priority:          High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Maintenance costs may increase slightly during initial establishment,
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                      then are expected to stabilize. Temporary cost increases can be
The trail system within Lebanon Hills Regional Park serves the largest number of visitors of any    absorbed within existing budget.
facility in the park. The approved master plan identified serious existing deficiencies in trail safety,
sustainability and user conflicts. This project plans and implements trail redevelopment per
Master Plan with an emphasis on the connector trail.                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                         Regional funds will be used, resulting in no effect on County
                                                                                                         revenues. Funds of $792,000 are included in the Metro 2006/2007
                                                                                                         CIP.

     Project Revenues           Prior to 2006                                                                                                Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008              2009              2010              2011             2011             Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                                 $792,000                                            $792,000
Other
            Total                                                                                           $792,000                                            $792,000
           Project              Prior to 2006                                                                                                Beyond             Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008              2009              2010              2011             2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                                            $500,000                                            $500,000
Modifications/Repairs                                                                                       $267,000                                            $267,000
Consulting Services                                                                                          $25,000                                             $25,000
Other
            Total                                                                                           $792,000                                            $792,000


                                                                                 Parks 30
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                    Department:         Parks
Development and implementation of approved Park System Signage Landscape Elements Plan.
                                                                                                Project Location:
                                                                                                                    All Parks
                                                                                                Project Descr:      Sign Elements Plan Implementation
                                                                                                Center No:          7326
                                                                                                Useful Life:
                                                                                                Project Type:      Construction
                                                                                                Priority:          High
                                                                                                III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                Replacement of antiquated signs with new style will have little impact
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                  on operating costs. New signs will result in slightly increased costs,
Continued roll-out of entrance, kiosk, location signs per Elements Plan.                        which can be absorbed within existing park operations budget.



                                                                                                IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                Funds derived from the Dakota County Parks Supplemental
                                                                                                Acquisitions and Development account.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2006                                                                                            Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues             2007                 2008          2009         2010               2011             2011            Project
Property Tax                          $80,000                                                          $125,000                                            $205,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                     $80,000                                                           $125,000                                            $205,000
           Project              Prior to 2006                                                                                            Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007                 2008          2009         2010               2011             2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                      $80,000                                                           $125,000                                            $205,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                     $80,000                                                           $125,000                                            $205,000


                                                                                  Parks 31
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                    and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                     Department:         Parks
Master Plan Improvements at Spring Lake Park Reserve.
                                                                                                 Project Location:
                                                                                                                     Spring Lake Park Reserve
                                                                                                 Project Descr:      Master Plan Improvements - Schaar's Bluff
                                                                                                 Center No:          7372
                                                                                                 Useful Life:
                                                                                                 Project Type:     Design/Const
                                                                                                 Priority:         High
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 Facility improvements may increase associated operating and
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                   maintenance costs.
These funds are to continue the phased implementation of improvements as defined in the Master
plan.

                                                                                                 IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                 Metropolitan Council funds will be used resulting in no effect on
                                                                                                 County revenue. Funds of $907,000 are included in the Metro
                                                                                                 2010/2011 CIP.

     Project Revenues          Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond             Total
                                Revenues           2007             2008            2009               2010               2011             2011             Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                                                                                                  $907,000                         $907,000
Other
            Total                                                                                                            $907,000                         $907,000
           Project            Prior to 2006                                                                                               Beyond             Total
       Expenditures           Expenditures         2007             2008            2009               2010               2011             2011             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                                                             $832,000                         $832,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                                           $75,000                          $75,000
Other
           Total                                                                                                             $907,000                         $907,000


                                                                             Parks 32
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                     Department:         Parks
Master plan improvements at Thompson County Park.
                                                                                                 Project Location:
                                                                                                                     Thompson County Park
                                                                                                 Project Descr:      Master Plan Improvements
                                                                                                 Center No:          7378
                                                                                                 Useful Life:
                                                                                                 Project Type:       Design/Const
                                                                                                 Priority:
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 Facility improvements will increase associated operating and
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                   maintenance costs. A current level request would need to occur in
To improve services to users through development of north end of park, including improved picnic 2011 to fund these costs.
shelters and restrooms.

                                                                                                 IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                 Funds derived from the Dakota County Parks Supplemental
                                                                                                 Acquisition and Development account.



     Project Revenues          Prior to 2006                                                                                            Beyond            Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008            2009              2010               2011           2011            Project
Property Tax                                                                                                              $400,000                        $400,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                                                            $400,000                      $400,000
           Project             Prior to 2006                                                                                            Beyond            Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures         2007             2008            2009              2010               2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                                                             $375,000                      $375,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                                                           $25,000                       $25,000
Other
            Total                                                                                                            $400,000                      $400,000


                                                                              Parks 33
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Parks
Expansion and enhancement of Dakota Woods Dog Park.
                                                                                                    Project Location:
                                                                                                                        Dakota Woods Dog Park
                                                                                                    Project Descr:      Facility Expansion
                                                                                                    Center No:          7379
                                                                                                    Useful Life:
                                                                                                    Project Type:     Expansion
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Facility improvements may increase associated operating and
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                      maintenance costs. A current level increase may occur in 2011.
Expansion and enhancement to include site and parking lot expansion, vault toilet, well , and sun
shelter.

                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Funds derived from the Dakota County Parks Supplemental
                                                                                                    Acquisitions and Development account.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010              2011            2011            Project
Property Tax                                                                                                                $125,000                         $125,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                                                               $125,000                     $125,000
           Project              Prior to 2006                                                                                              Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009              2010              2011            2011            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                                                                $125,000                     $125,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                                                                               $125,000                     $125,000


                                                                                Parks 34
Building Capital Improvement Program                                        The construction of the MVTA Transit Building was
                                                                            completed in 2006.
Background
                                                                            The needs assessment for the Judicial Center has been
Dakota County operates approximately 1,263,000 square feet                  completed. The design for remodeling space in the building
(gross) in office buildings, libraries, correctional facilities,            will be completed by the end of 2006.
maintenance, and storage facilities. Most of the County’s
facilities are relatively young and have been built or renovated            Construction documents for the Wentworth Library
within the last 15 years. As the buildings age, the need for                remodeling project are nearing completion. Project was bid
regular and preventive maintenance will increase placing                    the end of 2006 and remodeling will finish in spring of 2007.
greater stress on the County's Building Fund and the newly
created Building Maintenance Fund. The County will evaluate                 The draft joint powers agreement has been negotiated and will
options for meeting this future need next year.                             be presented to the County Board by the end of the year. The
                                                                            schematic design phase of the new Rosemount Library is
A second challenge facing the County in the next 10 years is                complete.
to provide adequate space to accommodate the public service
needs of its growing population. According to forecasts from                Juvenile Service Center needs assessment has been
the Metropolitan Council, Dakota County’s population is                     completed. The evaluation of the Parks Central Shop is
projected to increase approximately 25% from 383,000 in 2004                underway.
to 478,000 in 2020. The pace and location of growth will be
the primary force behind the timing and location of public                  The Schumacher property was purchased and the Brackey
facilities.                                                                 property closed.

The Dakota County Long Range Facilities Plan includes                       Project closeout and warranty activities have been completed
projections for staff growth, library services, demand for                  for the Administration Center Addition, Empire
correctional facilities, etc. The Plan also provides long range             Transportation Facility wash bays and vestibule repairs,
capital plans and identifies issues and alternatives as part of             Cold Storage Building, Loader Storage Garage, MVTA
an on-going process for effective management of growth.                     Building, and NSC Post Occupancy Projects.

                                                                            Security improvements have been completed at the Judicial
Update on 2006 Capital Projects
                                                                            Center. Modifications have been completed to implement
                                                                            point of entry screening. Courtroom Security cameras have
The Law Enforcement Center Addition has been completed,
                                                                            been added to the Judicial Center, the Northern Service
and the remodeling of the existing spaces is underway.
                                                                            Center and the Western Service Center. Occupancy alarms
                                                                            have also been added.
The Dakota Communication Center is currently under
construction. The project was added to the 2005 Building CIP
and is scheduled for occupancy in August 2007.
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The replacement and upgrading of the County’s Energy                        The following sections highlight some of the major issues and
Management System is being implemented over a three year                    considerations by building(s).
period.
                                                                            Government Center (Hastings)
Safety improvements include a new lift control at the
Transportation Center, and a new fire alarm panel is being                  Issues
installed at the Western Service Center.                                    •   Security is a concern at the Government Center,
                                                                                particularly in the Judicial Center.
The Uninterruptible Power Supply has been replaced in the                   •   The Jail population currently exceeds the capacity of the
Judicial Center.                                                                facility.
                                                                            •   The number of courtrooms is anticipated to be a concern
Rain gardens have been added at both the Wentworth
                                                                                within five years. The number of permanent chambers in
Library and the Law Enforcement Center to aid with storm
                                                                                the Judicial Center is a concern.
water management.
                                                                            •   The availability of office space is anticipated to be a
                                                                                concern in the Judicial Center within three years.
The pneumatic controls were replaced in the Western Service
Center.                                                                     •   The Judicial Center has underutilized space. The building
                                                                                was last remodeled in 1989.
The re-roofing of the Burnhaven Library was completed.                      •   The physical plant of the building is aging.

                                                                            Projects in the 2007- 2011 CIP
Planning Considerations                                                     •   LEC Addition (2004 – 2007)
                                                                            •   Judicial Center Remodeling (2006 – 2007)
Major projects in the building Capital Improvement Program                  •   Judicial Center Courts Addition (2008 – 2011)
(CIP) follow the recommendations in the Long Range Facilities               •   LEC Cell Block Addition (2009 – 2011)
Plan. Maintenance and miscellaneous projects are submitted                  •   LEC In-Custody Courtroom (2007)
by facilities and building staff and are evaluated and scheduled            •   Courts Security (2005 – 2007)
based on the following criteria:
                                                                            •   Central Plant Evaluation & Design (2006 – 2007)
   •   Needed to comply with code or ADA requirements                       •   Judicial Center Chiller Replacement (2007)
   •   Effecting health or safety                                           •   Misc. Judicial Center Improvements including; cafeteria
   •   Impact on the operating budget                                           improvements, replacement of fuel tanks, mechanical and
   •   Consistency with Long Range Facilities Plan                              flooring improvements (2007)
   •   Ability of the County to fund the project in a given year
   •   Ability for staff to manage the project in a given year              Future Planning Considerations
                                                                            •   Provision for additional office space in the Judicial Center.


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•   Resolution of long-term parking requirements, including                •   The Wentworth Library needs assessment has identified
    storm water retention.                                                     inefficiencies in the current layout of the building.
                                                                           •   The Galaxie Library is the only county library without a
                                                                               sprinkler system.
Western Service Center (Apple Valley)                                      •   The ability for FM to monitor each library in a timely
                                                                               manner would be improved with a new WEB EMS access.
Issues
•   Very little unoccupied office space exists in the WSC.                 Projects in the 2007 - 2011 CIP
•   The WSC property is landlocked.                                        •   Construct new library in the City of Rosemount (2006 -
•   Parking and egress changes are needed with                                 2009)
    modifications to Galaxie Ave.                                          •   Wentworth Library Renovation (2006 - 2007)
                                                                           •   Wescott Library Needs Assessment (2007) and Wescott
Projects in the 2007 - 2011 CIP                                                Library Renovation (2008)
•   WSC Addition (2007 – 2010)                                             •   Burnhaven Library Needs Assessment (2008 – 2009) and
•   Entry drive relocation (2008 – 2009)                                       Burnhaven Library Renovation (2010)
•   Replace Pneumatic Controls (2007)                                      •   Farmington Library Renovation (2010 – 2011)
•   Roof Replacement (2008)                                                •   Galaxie Library fire sprinkler system (2009)
•   Boiler Replacement (2009 – 2010)                                       •   Roof replacements: Wescott Library (2006), Burnhaven
                                                                               Library (2006), and Wentworth Library (2006)
Future Planning Considerations                                             •   Burnhaven Library ventilation improvements (2007) and
                                                                               garage door replacement (2008)
•   Determine the timing and scope of future additions.                    •   All library WEB EMS Access (2010)
•   Resolution of long-term parking requirements.
                                                                           Future Planning Considerations

Libraries                                                                  •   Monitor service demand to determine schedule of possible
                                                                               building additions.
Issues
•   By 2020, projections for library space show a need for                 Parks and Transportation Shop Buildings
    80,000 sq. ft. of public library space.
•   As the library system grows, it may become cost effective              Issues
    to centralize and expand services such as reference and
                                                                           •   The Spring Lake Park Master Plan calls for the relocation
    specialty collections.
                                                                               of the maintenance facility. The potential for consolidation
•   Library services and patron expectations change over time.
                                                                               of park maintenance facilities may exist.
    The challenge will be to keep the library buildings current
    and meet the demands for services.
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•   The County is investigating the potential of consolidating            Projects in the Building Maintenance Fund
    the Transportation and Park maintenance functions.
                                                                          •   Sidewalk and Curb Replacement
•   Miesville Ravine Park and Thompson Park lack
                                                                          •   Parking Lot Seal Coating and Crack Sealing
    maintenance facilities.
                                                                          •   Law Enforcement Turnaround
•   The Rosemount Shop is inadequate for Park Patrol.
                                                                          •   Juvenile Center Turnaround
Projects in the 2007 - 2011 CIP                                           •   Exterior Tuck Pointing and Caulking
                                                                          •   Landscaping Improvements
•   Rosemount Shop Renovation (2007 – 2008)
•   Thompson Park Heated Maintenance Building (2007)                      The new Building Maintenance Fund will be a revolving fund
•   Miesville Ravine-Heated Maintenance Building (2008)                   within the Operations Management operating budget.
•   Farmington Shop Salt Storage re-roof (2008)
                                                                          In addition to those projects re-allocated to the Building
Future Planning Considerations                                            Maintenance Fund, the following projects are being re-
                                                                          allocated to the Parks CIP:
•   Evaluate Parks equipment and staff distribution to
    determine future building needs.                                      •   Parks Bituminous Maintenance
•   Development of a plan for the re-use or sale of the old               •   Parks Public Facilities Upkeep Program
    Rosemount Shop.
                                                                          2007 - 2011 Capital Improvement Program Highlights
Continuing Projects
                                                                          The Building Capital Improvement Program (CIP) project
As the age of County Buildings increases, so does the need                requests equal $87.1 million for the five years.
for maintenance projects and expenditures. An increased
share of the Building Fund has been expended to maintain                  This CIP is a continuation of the previous 2006-2010 CIP
buildings instead of providing space. In order to provide for             except as noted below.
this on-going maintenance and increase the funding for
buildings, a Building Maintenance Fund is being created and               New Projects for 2007 include:
continuing projects are being re-allocated to this fund.
                                                                          •   Fiber Optic Cables from Judicial Center to Empire Shop
                                                                          •   Fiber Optic Cables from Farmington to Empire Shop
Fund Scope                                                                •   Security System Upgrades
•   Building repairs and on-going maintenance would be                    •   LEC In-custody Courtroom
    performed from the Maintenance Fund.
•   Items over $25,000 may be considered for inclusion in CIP             New Projects for 2008 include:
    as major system replacement.                                          •   Irrigation Controls
•   Unexpended funds within the Maintenance Fund would
    remain in fund for future years.
                                                                 Bldg 4
New Projects for 2009 include:                                            •   Burnhaven Library Renovation budget increased to
                                                                              $1,300,000.
•   Galaxie Library Fire Sprinklers
•   WSC Boiler Replacement                                                •   Miesville Ravine Heated        Maintenance   Building
                                                                              postponed from 2007 to 2008.

New Projects for 2010 include:
•   Farmington Library Renovation
•   Libraries WEB EMS Access
•   Wentworth Library Site improvements


Construction inflation has increased much higher than
anticipated. In the past three years, construction costs have
increased on average by 28.9 %. A number of projects have
also been postponed. To account for this inflation and for any
postponements, the budgets of many major projects were
increased.

Major projects with scope and budget changes include:

•   New project budget for Rosemount Library is $8,350,000.
•   Western Service Center Addition postponed for two
    years and new budget is $17,680,000.
•   The scope of the Judicial Center Addition has changed
    and the budget increased to $16,920,000.
•   Public Safety Support Center Construction postponed
    two years. Budget increased to $9,200,000.
•   Increase in budget for the Wentworth Library to reflect
    necessary changes to plan and inflation. New budget is
    $1,486,000, including an anticipated $286,000 State
    Library construction grant.
•   Wescott Library Renovation budget increased to
    $1,200,000.


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  PAGE      PROJECT       PROJECT LOCATION                      PROJECT DESCRIPTION                    ANNUAL       STATE        BOND        INTERFUND     COUNTY           TOTAL           Project
   NO.        NO.                                                                                       COST                   PROCEEDS      TRANSFERS      COST         PROJECT COST        Type


            2007 Section
Design / Construction Projects
  Bldg 11    1024     County Wide                   Install Fiber Optic Cables - JDC to Empire           400,000         -             -             -       400,000           400,000    New
  Bldg 12    1025     County Wide                   Install Fiber Optic Cable - Farmington to Empire     250,000         -             -             -       250,000           250,000    New
  Bldg 13    8820     Law Enforcement Center        In-Custody Courtroom                                 350,000         -             -             -       350,000           350,000    New

  Bldg 14    8500     Communication Center          Building Design & Construction                      5,591,500        -       5,246,500           -        345,000         7,700,000   Active
  Bldg 15    1127     County Wide                   Miscellaneous Projects                                175,000        -             -             -        175,000         1,044,000   Continuing
  Bldg 16    1107     County Wide                   Special Assessment                                     20,000        -             -             -         20,000           100,000   Continuing
  Bldg 17    1167     County Wide                   Stormwater Mgm. Retrofit Projects                      25,000        -             -             -         25,000           225,000   Approved
  Bldg 18    1009     County Wide                   Ultra High Speed Network Upgrade                      220,000        -             -             -        220,000         1,465,000   Active
  Bldg 19    0504     Government Center             Central Plant Evaluation and Design                    50,000        -             -             -         50,000            50,000   Active
  Bldg 20    1418     Judicial Center               Building Remodeling                                 1,022,000        -             -             -      1,022,000         1,122,000   Active
  Bldg 21    1414     Judicial Center               Cafeteria/ Kitchen Improvements                       446,000        -             -             -        446,000           446,000   Carry Over
  Bldg 22    0525     Judicial Center               Building Addition                                      10,000        -          10,000           -            -          16,920,000   Revised
  Bldg 23    8811     Law Enforcement Center        Building Addition                                   1,100,000        -         800,000           -        300,000        10,255,000   Active
  Bldg 24    2301     Rosemount Library             Building Construction                               1,258,000        -       1,258,000           -            -           8,350,000   Revised
  Bldg 25    4202     Rosemount Shop                Renovation                                          1,500,000        -             -             -      1,500,000         2,000,000   Revised
  Bldg 26    6700     Thompson Park                 Heated Maintenance Building                            55,000                      -             -         55,000            55,000   Revised
  Bldg 27    2203     Wentworth Library             Renovation Projects                                 1,436,000    286,000           -             -      1,150,000         1,486,000   Revised
  Bldg 28    7209     Wescott Library               Space Needs Assessment                                 25,000        -             -             -         25,000            25,000   Approved
  Bldg 29    9912     Western Service Center        Building Addition                                      20,000        -          20,000           -            -          17,680,000   Revised

Major System Replacement
  Bldg 30    1026     County Wide                   Security System Upgrades                             197,600         -             -             -       197,600           197,600    New

  Bldg 31    5402     Burnhaven Library             Ventilation Improvements                              71,000         -             -             -        71,000            71,000    Approved
  Bldg 32    1018     County Buildings              Security Cameras                                      32,000         -             -             -        32,000           100,000    Active
  Bldg 33    1015     County Wide                   Lighting Upgrades                                    100,000         -             -             -       100,000           330,000    Active
  Bldg 34    1019     County Wide                   Security Improvements                                 79,000         -             -             -        79,000           584,000    Active
  Bldg 35    1014     County Wide                   Boiler Replacement - Hastings Shop                    58,000         -             -             -        58,000           273,000    Approved
  Bldg 36    1020     County Wide                   Skylight Safety Guards                                35,000         -             -             -        35,000            35,000    Carry Over
  Bldg 37    8004     Extension Services Center     Roof Replacement                                      46,000         -             -             -        46,000            46,000    Carry Over
  Bldg 38    1427     Government Center             Courts Security Improvements                         189,000         -             -             -       189,000           375,000    Active
  Bldg 39    0505     Government Center             Evaluate Wind / Solar Generation                      10,000         -             -             -        10,000            15,186    Revised
  Bldg 40    0535     Judicial Center               Replace Chiller                                      310,000         -             -             -       310,000           310,000    Carry Over
  Bldg 41    1405     Judicial Center               Replace Underground Fuel Tanks                       110,000         -             -             -       110,000           110,000    Carry Over
  Bldg 42    1410     Judicial Center               Freight Elevator Replacement                          75,000         -             -             -        75,000            75,000    Carry Over
  Bldg 43    1429     Judicial Center               Replace Data Room Cooling                             53,500         -             -             -        53,500            53,500    Approved
  Bldg 44    1423     Judicial Center               Shipping / Receiving /FM Shop                         35,000         -             -             -        35,000            35,000    Carry Over
  Bldg 45    8819     Law Enforcement Center        Replace Pneumatic Controls                           416,800         -             -             -       416,800           416,800    Carry Over
  Bldg 46    2202     Wentworth Library             Roof Replacement                                     340,000         -             -             -       340,000           340,000    Carry Over
  Bldg 47    7205     Wescott Library               Flat Roof Replacement                                250,000         -             -             -       250,000           250,000    Carry Over
  Bldg 48    9919     Western Service Center        Copper Roof Replacement                              385,000         -             -             -       385,000           385,000    Carry Over
  Bldg 49    9921     Western Service Center        Replace Pneumatic Controls                            45,000         -             -             -        45,000           174,500    Active
  Bldg 50    0526     WSC & Judicial Center         Replace Courts Sound System                           20,000         -             -             -        20,000           220,000    Approved
  Bldg 51    1022     WSC & Wescott Library         Elevator Cab Improvements                             43,500         -             -             -        43,500            43,500    Approved

  Bldg 52             Reimburse County Attorney     Reimburse County Attorney                              7,677         -             -             -          7,677           42,420    Continuing
  Bldg 53             Transportation Facility       Funds Trans.                                             -           -             -       1,100,000   (1,100,000)                    Funds Trans.
  Bldg 54             Dakota Communication Center   Funds Trans.                                             -           -             -       2,361,679   (2,361,679)                    Funds Trans.
                      Total for 2007                                                                   16,862,577    286,000     7,334,500     3,461,679    5,780,398




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  PAGE      PROJECT       PROJECT LOCATION                        PROJECT DESCRIPTION              ANNUAL       STATE     BOND        INTERFUND     COUNTY           TOTAL           Project
   NO.        NO.                                                                                   COST                PROCEEDS      TRANSFERS      COST         PROJECT COST        Type



            2008 Section
Design / Construction Projects
  Bldg 57    9605     Administration Center          Roof Replacement                                 260,000       -           -             -        260,000           260,000   Approved
  Bldg 58    5404     Burnhaven Library              Space Needs Assessment                             5,000       -           -             -          5,000            28,000   Revised
  Bldg 14    8500     Communication Center           Building Design & Construction                   309,000       -       309,000           -            -           7,700,000   Active
  Bldg 15    1128     County Wide                    Miscellaneous Projects                           175,000       -           -             -        175,000         1,044,000   Continuing
  Bldg 17    1168     County Wide                    Stormwater Mgm. Retrofit Projects                 25,000       -           -             -         25,000           225,000   Approved
  Bldg 16    1108     County Wide                    Special Assessment                                20,000       -           -             -         20,000           100,000   Continuing
  Bldg 22    0525     Judicial Center                Building Addition                                700,000       -       700,000           -            -          16,920,000   Revised
  Bldg 69    6801     Miesville Ravine               Heated Maintenance Building                      273,000       -           -             -        273,000           273,000   Revised
  Bldg 59    8600     Public Safety Support Center   Building Design & Construction                 1,800,000       -     1,800,000           -            -           9,200,000   Revised
  Bldg 24    2301     Rosemount Library              Building Construction                          6,342,000       -     6,342,000           -            -           8,350,000   Revised
  Bldg 25    4202     Rosemount Shop                 Renovation                                       500,000       -           -             -        500,000         2,000,000   Revised
  Bldg 72    7210     Wescott Library                Renovation Projects                            1,200,000       -           -             -      1,200,000         1,200,000   Revised
  Bldg 66    7207     Wescott Library                Maintenance Improvements                         277,500       -           -             -        277,500           277,500   Revised
  Bldg 29    9912     Western Service Center         Building Addition                                760,000       -       760,000           -            -          17,680,000   Revised
  Bldg 68    9908     Western Service Center         Entry Drive Location                              15,000       -           -             -         15,000           250,000   Revised

Major System Replacement
  Bldg 60    1027     County Wide                    Irrigation Controls                              41,000        -           -             -        41,000            41,000    New

  Bldg 73    5403     Burnhaven Library              Remove Garage Doors                              47,000        -           -             -        47,000            47,000    Approved
  Bldg 70    4602     Farmington Highway Shop        Salt Storage Building Re-roof                   100,000        -           -             -       100,000           100,000    Revised
  Bldg 71    0515     Judicial Center                Roof Replacement                                785,000        -           -             -       785,000           785,000    Approved
  Bldg 78    3103     Juvenile Service Center        New Entry Ceiling                                45,000        -           -             -        45,000            45,000    Approved
  Bldg 50    0526     WSC & Judicial Center          Replace Courts Sound System                     200,000        -           -             -       200,000           220,000    Approved
  Bldg 55    7204     Wescott Library                Plumbing Chases                                  58,000        -           -             -        58,000            58,000    Revised
  Bldg 56    9920     Western Service Center         Roof Replacement                                485,000        -           -             -       485,000           485,000    Approved

  Bldg 52             Reimburse County Attorney      Reimburse County Attorney                         8,061        -           -             -          8,061           42,420    Continuing
  Bldg 53             Transportation Facility        Funds Trans.                                        -          -           -       1,281,611   (1,281,611)                    Funds Trans.
                      Total for 2008                                                               14,430,561       -     9,911,000     1,281,611    3,237,950


            2009 Section
Design / Construction Projects
  Bldg 58    5404     Burnhaven Library              Space Needs Assessment                            23,000       -           -             -        23,000             28,000   Revised
  Bldg 15    1129     County Wide                    Miscellaneous Projects                           175,000       -           -             -       175,000          1,044,000   Continuing
  Bldg 16    1109     County Wide                    Special Assessment                                20,000       -           -             -        20,000            100,000   Continuing
  Bldg 17    1169     County Wide                    Stormwater Mgm. Retrofit Projects                 25,000       -           -             -        25,000            225,000   Approved
  Bldg 22    0525     Judicial Center                Building Addition                              7,650,000       -     7,650,000           -           -           16,920,000   Revised
  Bldg 67    0514     Judicial Center                Carpet Replacement                               290,000       -           -             -       290,000            290,000   Approved
  Bldg 75    8818     Law Enforcement Center         Cell Block Addition                              430,000       -       430,000           -           -            9,660,000   Revised
  Bldg 59    8600     Public Safety Support Center   Building Design & Construction                 6,200,000       -     6,200,000           -           -            9,200,000   Revised
  Bldg 24    2301     Rosemount Library              Building Construction                            535,000       -       535,000           -           -            8,350,000   Revised
  Bldg 29    9912     Western Service Center         Building Addition                              7,290,000       -     7,290,000           -           -           17,680,000   Revised
  Bldg 68    9908     Western Service Center         Entry Drive Location                             235,000       -           -             -       235,000            250,000   Revised




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  PAGE      PROJECT        PROJECT LOCATION                       PROJECT DESCRIPTION           ANNUAL       STATE        BOND        INTERFUND     COUNTY          TOTAL           Project
   NO.        NO.                                                                                COST                   PROCEEDS      TRANSFERS      COST        PROJECT COST        Type

Major System Replacement
  Bldg 61    9806     Galaxie Library                Fire Sprinklers                              177,500         -             -             -       177,500          177,500    New
  Bldg 62    9922     Western Service Center         Boiler Replacement                            26,000         -             -             -        26,000          265,000    New

  Bldg 74    0536     Judicial Center                Replace Fire Alarm Panel                     124,000         -             -             -       124,000          124,000    Approved
  Bldg 77    1428     Judicial Center                Replace Pneumatic Controls                   863,500         -             -             -       863,500          863,500    Approved

  Bldg 52             Reimburse County Attorney      Reimburse County Attorney                      8,464         -             -             -          8,464          42,420    Continuing
                      Total for 2009                                                            24,072,464        -      22,105,000           -      1,967,464


            2010 Section
Design / Construction Projects
  Bldg 65    5504     Farmington Library             Renovation                                   150,000         -             -             -       150,000         1,150,000   New

  Bldg 29    5405     Burnhaven Library              Renovation                                  1,300,000        -             -             -      1,300,000        1,300,000   Revised
  Bldg 15    1120     County Wide                    Miscellaneous Projects                        175,000        -             -             -        175,000        1,044,000   Continuing
  Bldg 16    1100     County Wide                    Special Assessment                             20,000        -             -             -         20,000          100,000   Continuing
  Bldg 17    1160     County Wide                    Stormwater Mgm. Retrofit Projects              25,000        -             -             -         25,000          225,000   Approved
  Bldg 22    0525     Judicial Center                Building Addition                           8,265,000        -       8,265,000           -            -         16,920,000   Revised
  Bldg 75    8818     Law Enforcement Center         Cell Block Addition                         7,230,000        -       7,230,000           -            -          9,660,000   Revised
  Bldg 59    8600     Public Safety Support Center   Building Design & Construction              1,200,000        -       1,200,000           -            -          9,200,000   Revised
  Bldg 29    9912     Western Service Center         Building Addition                           8,515,000        -       8,515,000           -            -         17,680,000   Revised

Major System Replacement
  Bldg 63    1028     County Wide - Libraries        WEB EMS Access                               108,000         -             -             -       108,000          108,000    New
  Bldg 64    2206     Wentworth Library              Site Improvements                             66,800         -             -             -        66,800           66,800    New
  Bldg 62    9922     Western Service Center         Boiler Replacement                           239,000         -             -             -       239,000          265,000    New
                                                                                                                  -
  Bldg 52             Reimburse County Attorney      Reimburse County Attorney                      8,887         -             -             -          8,887          42,420    Continuing
                      Total for 2010                                                            27,302,687        -      25,210,000           -      2,092,687



            2011 Section
Design / Construction Projects
  Bldg 65    5504     Farmington Library             Renovation                                   800,000         -             -             -       800,000         1,150,000   New

  Bldg 15    1121     County Wide                    Miscellaneous Projects                        175,000        -             -             -       175,000         1,044,000   Continuing
  Bldg 16    1101     County Wide                    Special Assessment                             20,000        -             -             -        20,000           100,000   Continuing
  Bldg 17    1161     County Wide                    Stormwater Mgm. Retrofit Projects              25,000        -             -             -        25,000           225,000   Approved
  Bldg 22    0525     Judicial Center                Building Addition                             295,000        -         295,000           -           -          16,920,000   Revised
  Bldg 75    8818     Law Enforcement Center         Cell Block Addition                         2,000,000        -       2,000,000           -           -           9,660,000   Revised
  Bldg 29    9912     Western Service Center         Building Addition                           1,095,000        -       1,095,000           -           -          17,680,000   Revised

  Bldg 52             Reimburse County Attorney      Reimburse County Attorney                      9,331         -             -             -          9,331          42,420    Continuing
                      Total for 2011                                                             4,419,331        -       3,390,000           -      1,029,331



                      GRAND TOTAL                                                               87,087,620    286,000    67,950,500     4,743,290   14,107,830




                                                                                                  Bldg 9
                                                         2007 - 2011 CIP - Building
PAGE   PROJECT   PROJECT LOCATION           PROJECT DESCRIPTION        ANNUAL       STATE        BOND        INTERFUND          COUNTY            TOTAL            Project
 NO.     NO.                                                            COST                   PROCEEDS      TRANSFERS           COST          PROJECT COST         Type




                 SUMMARY                                               ANNUAL       STATE        BOND        INTERFUND          COUNTY               DEBT           LEVY            FUND
                                    By Year                             COST                   PROCEEDS      TRANSFERS           COST              SERVICE                        BALANCE
                                                                                                                                               Bldg Fund Balance                  16,077,496
                                    2007                               16,862,577    286,000     7,334,500       3,461,679        5,780,398           8,870,295     7,084,420       8,511,223
                                    2008                               14,430,561        -       9,911,000       1,281,611        3,237,950           9,129,320     7,438,641       3,582,594
                                    2009                               24,072,464        -      22,105,000             -          1,967,464           8,825,667     7,810,573         600,036
                                    2010                               27,302,687        -      25,210,000             -          2,092,687          12,497,761     8,201,102      (5,789,310)
                                    2011                                4,419,331        -       3,390,000             -          1,029,331           9,647,573     8,611,157      (7,855,057)
                                    Total                              87,087,620    286,000    67,950,500       4,743,290       14,107,830          48,970,616

                                    By Project Type

                                    New                                 2,805,900        -             -               -          2,805,900
                                    Active                              8,737,500        -       6,355,500             -          2,382,000
                                    Approved                            3,495,500        -             -               -          3,495,500
                                    Revised                            68,582,500    286,000    61,595,000             -          6,701,500
                                    Funds Trans.                              -          -             -         4,743,290       (4,743,290)
                                    Carry Over                          2,448,800        -             -               -          2,448,800
                                    Continuing                          1,017,420        -             -               -          1,017,420
                                    Total                              87,087,620    286,000    67,950,500       4,743,290       14,107,830

                                                                                                             Building Fund Balance Calculation:

                                                                                                             12/31/2005 Audited Amount:                             40,588,602
                                                                                                             Less carryover from 2005:                              (5,292,343)
                                                                                                             Plus 2006 Levy                                          7,169,067
                                                                                                             Plus 2006 DCC/Sale Proceeds                             1,793,776
                                                                                                             Plus Transportation Transfer                            1,100,000
                                                                                                             Less 2006 Projects                                    (21,001,996)
                                                                                                             Less 2006 Debt Service                                 (8,279,610)
                                                                                                             Est. amt available 12/31/2006:                         16,077,496




                                                                         Bldg 10
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Information Technology
Install fiber optic cable from computer operations in the Judicial Center in Hastings to the Empire
                                                                                                      Project Location:   County Wide
Highway Shop.
                                                                                                      Project Descr:      Install Fiber Optic Cables - JDC to Empire
                                                                                                      Center No:          1024
                                                                                                      Useful Life:
                                                                                                      Project Type:         New
                                                                                                      Priority:             High
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Project will result in a savings of $4,000 per month.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Dakota County currently leases fiber optic cable to provide data connectivity from Hastings to the
Western Service Center. The cost of the lease is currently $4000 per month and could be dropped
after terms of the current contract are met. There are two contracts that currently govern the use
of existing fiber as there are two providers that service the cable. One contract expires in 2009 ,   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
the other in 2011. Additionally this would provide a fault tolerant path to the Empire location which None
will host the Dakota Communications Center.



     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008             2009              2010               2011             2010            Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures           2007              2008             2009              2010               2011             2010            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                  $400,000                                                                                                   $400,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                      $400,000                                                                                                   $400,000


                                                                                   Bldg 11
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Information Technology
Install fiber optic cable from Farmington (Hwy 3 and Walnut Street, existing hang hole and Inet
                                                                                                    Project Location:   County Wide
Fiber), to the Empire Highway Shop.
                                                                                                    Project Descr:      Install Fiber Optic Cable - Farmington to Empire
                                                                                                    Center No:          1025
                                                                                                    Useful Life:        30 years
                                                                                                    Project Type:       New
                                                                                                    Priority:
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    None
II. Purpose and Justification:
This would provide a fault tolerant path between the Empire location , which will host the Dakota
Communications Center, and the Western Service Center for data communications.

                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008              2009             2010               2011             2010            Project
Property Tax                                          $250,000                                                                                                 $250,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                     $250,000                                                                                                  $250,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008              2009             2010               2011             2010            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                 $250,000                                                                                                  $250,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                     $250,000                                                                                                  $250,000


                                                                                 Bldg 12
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                   Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Remodel existing Law Enforcement Center in-custody courtroom improving security and increasing
                                                                                               Project Location:   Law Enforcement Center
the capacity of the room.
                                                                                                Project Descr:      In-Custody Courtroom
                                                                                                Center No:          8820
                                                                                                Useful Life:        NA
                                                                                                Project Type:       New
                                                                                                Priority:           Medium
                                                                                                III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                Slight increase in operating costs.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Existing courtroom requires the presence of two armed bailiffs. Security concerns have been
expressed. Remodeled courtroom will address the identified security concerns and increase the
capacity of the courtroom.
                                                                                                IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                          Beyond           Total
                                Revenues            2007            2008             2009             2010              2011           2010           Project
Property Tax                                        $350,000                                                                                           $350,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                   $350,000                                                                                               $350,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                          Beyond           Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures         2007            2008             2009             2010              2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                    $300,000                                                                                               $300,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                  $30,000                                                                                                $30,000
Other                                                $20,000                                                                                                $20,000
            Total                                   $350,000                                                                                               $350,000


                                                                              Bldg 13
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Construct a new building to house County-wide central dispatch and 800 MHz radio support.
                                                                                                      Project Location:   Communication Center
Location of building will be on the Empire Transportation Facility site.
                                                                                                      Project Descr:      Building Design & Construction
                                                                                                      Center No:          8500
                                                                                                      Useful Life:
                                                                                                      Project Type:       Active
                                                                                                      Priority:           High
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Operating cost for this building is estimated to be approximately
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                        $130,000 per year.
The building will provide central dispatch for the entire County at a substantially lower cost than
individual dispatch centers. The Communication Center will be coordinated with the
implementation of the new 800 MHz radio service.
                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      Rent will be charged to Cities participating in the central dispatch
                                                                                                      project.



     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond             Total
                                  Revenues              2007              2008             2009              2010               2011             2010             Project
Property Tax                                            $345,000                                                                                                   $345,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other                               $1,799,500        $5,246,500          $309,000                                                                                $7,355,000
            Total                   $1,799,500        $5,591,500          $309,000                                                                                $7,700,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond             Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures           2007              2008             2009              2010               2011             2010             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                    $1,285,000        $5,236,500          $294,000                                                                                $6,815,500
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                   $514,500         $110,000            $15,000                                                                                 $639,500
Other                                                  $245,000                                                                                                    $245,000
            Total                   $1,799,500        $5,591,500          $309,000                                                                                $7,700,000


                                                                                     Bldg 14
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Annual allocation of funds for miscellaneous projects.
                                                                                                     Project Location:   County Wide
                                                                                                     Project Descr:    Miscellaneous Projects
                                                                                                     Center No:        1127
                                                                                                     Useful Life:      NA
                                                                                                     Project Type:     Continuing
                                                                                                     Priority:         High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     None
II. Purpose and Justification:
As part of their annual CIP process, a number of Departments have requested minor changes to
their space. In addition, throughout the year, Capital Planning receives requests for space
changes.
                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
The requested funds will be set aside to accommodate the most urgent of these requests.              None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues                2007        2008             2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Property Tax                        $169,000             $175,000    $175,000         $175,000              $175,000          $175,000                      $1,044,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                    $169,000            $175,000    $175,000             $175,000           $175,000         $175,000                      $1,044,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures             2007        2008             2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                $169,000            $175,000    $175,000             $175,000           $175,000         $175,000                      $1,044,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                    $169,000            $175,000    $175,000             $175,000           $175,000         $175,000                      $1,044,000


                                                                                Bldg 15
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Treasurer / Auditor / CPPM
Special Assessments for improvements to County property provided by the cities.
                                                                                                    Project Location:   County Wide
                                                                                                    Project Descr:    Special Assessment
                                                                                                    Center No:        1107
                                                                                                    Useful Life:      NA
                                                                                                    Project Type:     Continuing
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Improvements have been completed and are being charged back to the County. Improvements
increase the asset value of County property. Repayment of special assessments is required.

                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond     Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008             2009                2010               2011            2010     Project
Property Tax                                         $20,000          $20,000          $20,000              $20,000           $20,000                  $100,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                    $20,000          $20,000             $20,000            $20,000           $20,000                 $100,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond     Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures         2007             2008             2009                2010               2011            2010     Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                $20,000          $20,000             $20,000            $20,000           $20,000                 $100,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                    $20,000          $20,000             $20,000            $20,000           $20,000                 $100,000


                                                                                Bldg 16
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:            Capital Planning & Project Management
Implementation of the MS4 Stormwater Management Plan. Stormwater management
                                                                                                  Project Location:      County Wide
improvements are proposed for virtually every County building. Plan to be implemented over six to
eight years.                                                                                      Project Descr:          Stormwater Mgm. Retrofit Projects
                                                                                                      Center No:          1167
                                                                                                      Useful Life:        30 Years
                                                                                                      Project Type:       Approved
                                                                                                      Priority:           Medium
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Potential reduction in operating costs.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Purpose of improvements are to reduce pollution and damage caused by runoff from County
facilities. Specific improvements vary with buildings. Types of improvements include: filtration
swales, infiltration trenches, bioretention islands, rain gardens, porous pavement, native plantings,
dry wells and cisterns, and pavement reduction.                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008              2009                2010              2011            2010            Project
Property Tax                                          $25,000          $25,000           $25,000              $25,000          $25,000        $100,000         $225,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                      $25,000          $25,000             $25,000            $25,000          $25,000        $100,000          $225,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008              2009                2010              2011            2010            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                  $25,000          $25,000             $25,000            $25,000          $25,000        $100,000          $225,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                      $25,000          $25,000             $25,000            $25,000          $25,000        $100,000          $225,000


                                                                                  Bldg 17
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Information Technology
The installation of fiber cabling and switches to provide high speed data transfer is necessary. The
                                                                                                       Project Location:   County Wide
Western Service Center Ethernet project has been successful and installing Ethernet cabling in the
Government Center in the next step. Along with new cabling, project will also replace desktop          Project Descr:    Ultra High Speed Network Upgrade
token ring network cards with Ethernet network cards.                                                  Center No:        1009
                                                                                                       Useful Life:      15 Years
                                                                                                       Project Type:     Active
                                                                                                       Priority:         High
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       None
II. Purpose and Justification:
To move the volume of data that the County is now handling between buildings, speeds of 45 MB
to 622 MB, and the ability to provide dedicated 100 MB speeds to the desktops is required. The
new fiber will also effectively provide inter-building access to applications like GIS.
                                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond         Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008              2009                2010               2011           2010         Project
Property Tax                       $1,245,000         $220,000                                                                                              $1,465,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                  $1,245,000         $220,000                                                                                              $1,465,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond         Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008              2009                2010               2011           2010         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs              $1,245,000                                                                                                               $1,245,000
Consulting Services
Other                                                 $220,000                                                                                               $220,000
            Total                  $1,245,000         $220,000                                                                                              $1,465,000


                                                                                 Bldg 18
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Evaluation and preliminary design of central plant for the Government Center in Hastings.
                                                                                                    Project Location:   Government Center
                                                                                                    Project Descr:      Central Plant Evaluation and Design
                                                                                                    Center No:          0504
                                                                                                    Useful Life:        30 Years
                                                                                                    Project Type:       Active
                                                                                                    Priority:           High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Potential reduction in operating costs.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Implementation of a central cooling plant and emergency generator may be more efficient than
replacing the aging chillers in the Government Center buildings. Currently the Judicial Center is
not on full emergency power and the Law Enforcement Center Addition will require emergency
power.                                                                                              IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009             2010               2011            2010             Project
Property Tax                                           $50,000                                                                                                  $50,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                       $50,000                                                                                                 $50,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond             Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007              2008             2009             2010               2011            2010             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                     $50,000                                                                                                 $50,000
Other
            Total                                       $50,000                                                                                                 $50,000


                                                                                  Bldg 19
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                              Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Renovation of the Judicial Center office area after the completion of the Administration Center
                                                                                                          Project Location:   Judicial Center
Addition.
                                                                                                          Project Descr:    Building Remodeling
                                                                                                          Center No:        1418
                                                                                                          Useful Life:      15 years
                                                                                                          Project Type:     Active
                                                                                                          Priority:         High
                                                                                                          III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                          None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Current office space in the Judicial Center is nearing capacity and is inefficiently organized. Project
will remodel office space in order to address space concerns within the Judicial Center.

                                                                                                          IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                          None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond           Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008              2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Property Tax                         $100,000         $1,022,000                                                                                                 $1,122,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                     $100,000        $1,022,000                                                                                                 $1,122,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond           Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures          2007              2008              2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                 $1,022,000                                                                                                 $1,022,000
Consulting Services
Other                                 $100,000                                                                                                                    $100,000
            Total                     $100,000        $1,022,000                                                                                                 $1,122,000


                                                                                    Bldg 20
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Facilities Management
Install a refrigerated salad bar, a beverage island, a service line and a second cash register / check-
                                                                                                       Project Location:   Judicial Center
out location in the Judicial Center cafeteria.
                                                                                                      Project Descr:    Cafeteria/ Kitchen Improvements
                                                                                                      Center No:        1414
                                                                                                      Useful Life:      15 Years
                                                                                                      Project Type:     Carry Over
                                                                                                      Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Modest increase in electrical use and equipment.
II. Purpose and Justification:
To provide a complete cafeteria operation with the ability to offer a wider selection of more healthy
food options for staff, jurors and visitors. Presently, vendors are not interested in operating the
cafeteria due to the conditions of the current cafeteria / kitchen area and because many employees
leave the facility for lunch.                                                                         IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond       Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008              2009              2010               2011           2010       Project
Property Tax                                           $446,000                                                                                            $446,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                       $446,000                                                                                           $446,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond       Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures          2007              2008              2009              2010               2011           2010       Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                   $446,000                                                                                           $446,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                       $446,000                                                                                           $446,000


                                                                                   Bldg 21
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                              Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Construction of an addition to the Judicial Center in Hastings. Project will include construction of
                                                                                                          Project Location:   Judicial Center
two new juvenile courtrooms with conference and holding area, office space, chambers, and
related judicial space.                                                                                   Project Descr:    Building Addition
                                                                                                          Center No:        0525
                                                                                                          Useful Life:      50 Years
                                                                                                          Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                          Priority:         High
                                                                                                          III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                          An increase of $180,000 is anticipated in 2009.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Addition will accommodate judicial office space needs through 2020. The Judicial Center is
currently short two judges chambers, an additional juvenile courtroom, and adequate law library
space. Projections for additional judges and judicial support staff to the year 2010 conservatively
place the judge need at over 22 positions compared to the current 17 positions. The current office IV. Effect on County Revenues:
areas are nearing capacity.                                                                         None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond           Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008              2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                    $10,000          $700,000        $7,650,000            $8,265,000          $295,000                    $16,920,000
            Total                                        $10,000          $700,000        $7,650,000            $8,265,000          $295,000                    $16,920,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond           Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures          2007              2008              2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                          $7,150,000            $7,000,000                                      $14,150,000
Modifications/Repairs                                                                                                               $295,000                      $295,000
Consulting Services                                      $10,000          $680,000             $500,000          $145,000                                        $1,335,000
Other                                                                      $20,000                              $1,120,000                                       $1,140,000
            Total                                        $10,000          $700,000        $7,650,000            $8,265,000          $295,000                    $16,920,000


                                                                                     Bldg 22
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Complete the construction of a 28,520 sq ft addition the Law Enforcement Center in Hastings and
                                                                                                     Project Location:   Law Enforcement Center
remodeling of 13,000 sq. ft. of space in the existing building.
                                                                                                     Project Descr:      Building Addition
                                                                                                     Center No:          8811
                                                                                                     Useful Life:        50 Years
                                                                                                     Project Type:       Active
                                                                                                     Priority:           High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Increase in annual operating costs of approximately $895,000 for
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                       staffing, operations and building operations.
The LEC is currently operating above its authorized capacity. The strategy adopted by the County
Board is to continue to lease beds from the other facilities until it is economically feasible to add
bed capacity to the LEC. The addition to the LEC and remodeling of existing space will provide 25
additional beds and core support facilities for the long range expansion plans for the facility. The IV. Effect on County Revenues:
15,000 sq. ft. intake and laundry will provide sufficient space to meet the functional need of the    Potential for renting excess bed space.
LEC beyond 2030. The remodeling of the 2100 unit will result in 25 additional beds and increase
the staff to inmate ratio from 1:35 to 1:60.


     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond        Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009               2010              2011               2010        Project
Property Tax                       $8,855,000        $1,100,000                                                                                              $9,955,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other                               $300,000                                                                                                                  $300,000
            Total                  $9,155,000        $1,100,000                                                                                             $10,255,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond         Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007              2008             2009               2010              2011               2010         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                   $7,445,000        $1,025,000                                                                                              $8,470,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                 $810,000            $25,000                                                                                               $835,000
Other                               $900,000            $50,000                                                                                               $950,000
            Total                  $9,155,000        $1,100,000                                                                                             $10,255,000


                                                                                  Bldg 23
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                             Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Construct a 24,000 sq ft library and license center in the City of Rosemount to serve the central
                                                                                                         Project Location:   Rosemount Library
population of Dakota County. The library will also include a service and license center.
                                                                                                         Project Descr:     Building Construction
                                                                                                         Center No:         2301
                                                                                                         Useful Life:       50 Years
                                                                                                         Project Type:      Revised
                                                                                                         Priority:          High
                                                                                                         III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                         Increase in operating costs of approximately $1,500,000 per year
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                           starting in 2009.
The County's Long Range Libraries Facility Plan indicates that a library serving Rosemount and
eastern Apple Valley is warranted by the year 2009. This area is currently served by the Galaxie
Library. Galaxie Library is showing signs of over use and the Rosemount area is experiencing
steady growth. Programming and design will begin in 2006 with the library becoming operational           IV. Effect on County Revenues:
by the end of 2008. It is anticipated that bonds will be used to finance the project.                    City of Rosemount will provide a site for the Library.




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                     Beyond          Total
                                  Revenues             2007             2008              2009                  2010               2011             2010          Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                $215,000        $1,258,000        $6,342,000             $535,000                                                            $8,350,000
            Total                    $215,000        $1,258,000        $6,342,000             $535,000                                                            $8,350,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                      Beyond          Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures           2007             2008              2009                  2010               2011             2010          Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                       $10,000         $950,000        $4,970,000             $350,000                                                            $6,280,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                  $205,000          $308,000           $67,000                                                                                   $580,000
Other                                                                  $1,305,000             $185,000                                                            $1,490,000
            Total                    $215,000        $1,258,000        $6,342,000             $535,000                                                            $8,350,000


                                                                                    Bldg 24
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Renovation of the old Rosemount Highway Shop for use by the County Sheriff .
                                                                                                     Project Location:   Rosemount Shop
                                                                                                     Project Descr:     Renovation
                                                                                                     Center No:         4202
                                                                                                     Useful Life:       30 years
                                                                                                     Project Type:      Revised
                                                                                                     Priority:          High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Increase in operating costs of approximately $100,000 per year.
II. Purpose and Justification:
A portion of the garage areas will be converted to office related space. A new heating and cooling
plant, consisting of roof top units, will be installed. The roof requires replacement. The building is
in poor shape and the building systems are out of date and no longer reliable. The facility will
provide a central location for the Recreational safety, Park Patrol and other Sheriff functions.       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       $50,000 Rebate from Dakota Electric is anticipated.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009               2010              2011             2010           Project
Property Tax                                         $1,500,000         $500,000                                                                              $2,000,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                    $1,500,000         $500,000                                                                              $2,000,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007              2008             2009               2010              2011             2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                $1,350,000         $500,000                                                                              $1,850,000
Consulting Services                                   $150,000                                                                                                 $150,000
Other
            Total                                    $1,500,000         $500,000                                                                              $2,000,000


                                                                                   Bldg 25
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                    Department:         Parks
Construction of a maintenance storage garage at Thompson County Park.
                                                                                                Project Location:   Thompson Park
                                                                                                Project Descr:    Heated Maintenance Building
                                                                                                Center No:        6700
                                                                                                Useful Life:      30 Years
                                                                                                Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                Priority:         High
                                                                                                III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                Approximately $1,000 per year increase in operating costs.
II. Purpose and Justification:
The development of the Thompson Park Center required removal of a former small maintenance
building (a two vehicle garage). A similarly sized replacement building is needed to store the
mowers, snow removal equipment; and supplies now hauled in several times per week. Building
should also include space to provide minor support to the North Urban Regional Trail. The draft of IV. Effect on County Revenues:
the Park Master Plan confirms this need and recommends a location.                                 None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond             Total
                                Revenues            2007            2008             2009              2010             2011            2010             Project
Property Tax                                         $55,000                                                                                               $55,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                    $55,000                                                                                                 $55,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond             Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures         2007            2008             2009              2010             2011            2010             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                $55,000                                                                                                 $55,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                    $55,000                                                                                                 $55,000


                                                                              Bldg 26
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                             Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Remodel the Wentworth Library in West St. Paul.
                                                                                                         Project Location:   Wentworth Library
                                                                                                         Project Descr:    Renovation Projects
                                                                                                         Center No:        2203
                                                                                                         Useful Life:      15 Years
                                                                                                         Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                         Priority:         High
                                                                                                         III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                         None
II. Purpose and Justification:
The Wentworth Library opened in 1992 and is a heavily used library. The areas that require
renovation will be identified in the 2005 evaluation. The project will increase staff efficiencies and
client services. Possible improvements include creating a computer lab and improvements to the
staff contact stations.                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                         None




     Project Revenues             Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond          Total
                                   Revenues             2007              2008              2009               2010               2011            2010          Project
Property Tax                            $50,000        $1,150,000                                                                                               $1,200,000
Federal
State/Metro                                              $286,000                                                                                                    $286,000
Other
            Total                       $50,000        $1,436,000                                                                                               $1,486,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond          Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures           2007              2008              2009               2010               2011            2010          Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                   $965,000                                                                                                 $965,000
Consulting Services                     $50,000           $55,000                                                                                                $105,000
Other                                                   $416,000                                                                                                 $416,000
             Total                      $50,000        $1,436,000                                                                                               $1,486,000


                                                                                     Bldg 27
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                    Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
A comprehensive study of the Wescott Library in Eagan to determine how it might be reconfigured
                                                                                                Project Location:   Wescott Library
and remodeled to improve efficiency, lighting, sound control, and use of space.
                                                                                                Project Descr:    Space Needs Assessment
                                                                                                Center No:        7209
                                                                                                Useful Life:      NA
                                                                                                Project Type:     Approved
                                                                                                Priority:         High
                                                                                                III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Wescott Library opened in 1982 and was remodeled in 1997. Over the past ten years public library
services have changed dramatically. New services and new formats of materials have been
added. Some older services have declined in popularity. For the Wescott Library to continue to
serve customers in the most efficient and effective manner, space will need to be studied,       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
reconfigured and refurbished. Particular attention will be paid to incorporate a computer lab.   None
Areas needing refurbishing will be identified as part of the study.



     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond           Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008            2009              2010              2011           2010           Project
Property Tax                                         $25,000                                                                                             $25,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                    $25,000                                                                                                $25,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond           Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures         2007             2008            2009              2010              2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                $25,000                                                                                                $25,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                    $25,000                                                                                                $25,000


                                                                              Bldg 28
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                            Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Construction of a 60,000 sq ft addition to the Western Service Center in Apple Valley.
                                                                                                        Project Location:   Western Service Center
                                                                                                        Project Descr:    Building Addition
                                                                                                        Center No:        9912
                                                                                                        Useful Life:      50 Years
                                                                                                        Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                        Priority:         High
                                                                                                        III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                        An increase of $350,000 is anticipated in 2011.
II. Purpose and Justification:
The County's Long Range Facilities Plan forecasts that the office space within the WSC will be at
capacity by 2007. The plan has identified that a building addition is the most cost effective method
to meet the forecasted space need. Design is scheduled to begin in early 2008 with construction
beginning in spring 2009. The addition will be completed by mid-2011.                                IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008               2009                2010               2011           2010           Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                   $20,000         $760,000         $7,290,000           $8,515,000       $1,095,000                     $17,680,000
            Total                                       $20,000         $760,000         $7,290,000           $8,515,000       $1,095,000                     $17,680,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008               2009                2010               2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                                         $6,735,000           $7,865,000       $1,050,000                     $15,650,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                     $20,000         $740,000             $555,000          $145,000                                        $1,460,000
Other                                                                    $20,000                               $505,000           $45,000                       $570,000
            Total                                       $20,000         $760,000         $7,290,000           $8,515,000       $1,095,000                     $17,680,000


                                                                                   Bldg 29
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Upgrade burglar alarm system at four libraries (Burnhaven, Farmington, Inver Glen and Heritage)
                                                                                                   Project Location:   County Wide
and Museum. Install audible alarm horns in seven libraries (all except Galaxie) and Museum.
Install four pan/tilt/zoom cameras on exterior of ADC, JDC, and WSC. Install door position         Project Descr:      Security System Upgrades
contacts and local alarms for JDC dock area doors. Install card readers in three passenger         Center No:          1026
elevators at the NSC. Install intrusion alarm at Extension Building and Empire Transportation      Useful Life:
Shop.                                                                                              Project Type:     New
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   None
II. Purpose and Justification:
To improve the safety and security of employees and the general public. Changes will insure that
county standards are being followed, and audible alarms will deter theft and vandalism. Card
readers on elevators at NSC will restrict after hours access. Pan/tilt/zoom cameras will improve
parking lot safety.                                                                                IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond           Total
                                Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011           2010           Project
Property Tax                                         $197,600                                                                                              $197,600
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                    $197,600                                                                                                  $197,600
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond           Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008             2009              2010               2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                $167,200                                                                                                  $167,200
Consulting Services                                   $30,400                                                                                                   $30,400
Other
            Total                                    $197,600                                                                                                  $197,600


                                                                               Bldg 30
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:        Facilities Management
Reconfigure ductwork in the Burnhaven Library to increase cubic feet per minute to problem areas.
                                                                                                 Project Location:   Burnhaven Library
                                                                                                 Project Descr:       Ventilation Improvements
                                                                                                 Center No:           5402
                                                                                                 Useful Life:         20 years
                                                                                                 Project Type:        Approved
                                                                                                 Priority:            High
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 Fewer calls to facility, saving $350 per year
II. Purpose and Justification:
Exhaust fumes enter the library from book mobile and service locations. Meeting room has
constant temperature problem. Reconfiguration will improve indoor air quality for facility
occupants.
                                                                                                 IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                 None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond     Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008             2009            2010               2011            2010     Project
Property Tax                                          $71,000                                                                                        $71,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                     $71,000                                                                                        $71,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond     Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008             2009            2010               2011            2010     Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                 $71,000                                                                                        $71,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                     $71,000                                                                                        $71,000


                                                                                Bldg 31
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Risk Management
Installation of security cameras in the public areas of the three service centers.
                                                                                                   Project Location:
                                                                                                                      County Buildings
                                                                                                   Project Descr:     Security Cameras
                                                                                                   Center No:         1018
                                                                                                   Useful Life:       15 Years
                                                                                                   Project Type:      Active
                                                                                                   Priority:          High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   Estimate support costs can be provided by State contract vendor.
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                     Costs estimated to be less that $2,500 per year.
Installation of cameras will act as a deterrent to vandalism and theft. The system will document
activities by use of a recording system to assist law enforcement in the investigation of any
incidents that do occur.
                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues              2007              2008             2009          2010              2011            2010            Project
Property Tax                           $68,000           $32,000                                                                                            $100,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                       $68,000           $32,000                                                                                            $100,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond            Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures           2007              2008             2009          2010              2011            2010            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                   $68,000           $32,000                                                                                            $100,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                       $68,000           $32,000                                                                                            $100,000


                                                                                     Bldg 32
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Facilities Management
Replace problem lighting and existing high energy use lighting in all transportation facilities,
                                                                                                   Project Location:   County Wide
Western Service Center, County Museum, Burnhaven Library, Wescott Library, and Wentworth
Library.                                                                                           Project Descr:     Lighting Upgrades
                                                                                                   Center No:         1015
                                                                                                   Useful Life:       10 years
                                                                                                   Project Type:      Active
                                                                                                   Priority:          High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   $500 - $10,000 in electrical savings, depending on facility size.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Replacement of problem lighting and the existing high energy use lighting with safe, energy
efficient lighting. Many of the buildings still use old T-12 technology fluorescent lighting. The
Wentworth Library has poorly engineered lighting that allows ballasts, wiring and other components
to overheat. Xcel Energy continues to offer engineering and lighting rebates. Engineering rebates IV. Effect on County Revenues:
cover up to 50% of engineering and design fees. This will complete the countywide lighting retrofit None
of all facilities and reduce energy costs.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008              2009             2010              2011              2010             Project
Property Tax                        $230,000          $100,000                                                                                                  $330,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                    $230,000         $100,000                                                                                                  $330,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond             Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008              2009             2010              2011              2010             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                $200,000           $90,000                                                                                                 $290,000
Consulting Services                   $30,000           $10,000                                                                                                  $40,000
Other
            Total                    $230,000         $100,000                                                                                                  $330,000


                                                                                 Bldg 33
                         2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                       and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                                   Department:         Risk Management
Implementation of the security recommendations at the three service centers. Specific
                                                                                                               Project Location:   County Wide
improvements include purchase of portable vehicle barriers, construction of emergency call
stations, installation of burglar alarms, installation of closed circuit TV, installation of control gate to   Project Descr:      Security Improvements
Judicial Center east parking lot, replacement of bollards at the WSC, and improvements to locks                Center No:          1019
and card readers.                                                                                              Useful Life:        10 years
                                                                                                               Project Type:       Active
                                                                                                               Priority:           High
                                                                                                               III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                               Slight increase in operating costs
II. Purpose and Justification:
Purpose of improvements is to protect County facilities, staff and visitors. Barriers will restrict
access to the building; call stations will permit staff to contact authorities after hours, burglar alarms
will provide notification of unauthorized off-hour use of County facilities, CC TV will permit
monitoring and recording of parking and public hallways, and the control gate will restrict public         IV. Effect on County Revenues:
access to the JDC east parking lot.                                                                        None




      Project Revenues             Prior to 2007                                                                                                     Beyond       Total
                                    Revenues              2007               2008               2009                 2010              2011           2010       Project
Property Tax                           $505,000            $79,000                                                                                                $584,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                       $505,000            $79,000                                                                                               $584,000
           Project                Prior to 2007                                                                                                      Beyond       Total
       Expenditures               Expenditures            2007               2008               2009                 2010              2011           2010       Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                   $229,000            $79,000                                                                                               $308,000
Consulting Services
Other                                   $276,000                                                                                                                  $276,000
             Total                      $505,000            $79,000                                                                                               $584,000


                                                                                        Bldg 34
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Facilities Management
Four year program to replace boilers at the Burnsville Library, Hastings Highway Shop, Museum,
                                                                                                    Project Location:   County Wide
and Rosemount Highway Shop.
                                                                                                    Project Descr:     Boiler Replacement - Hastings Shop
                                                                                                    Center No:         1014
                                                                                                    Useful Life:       25 Years
                                                                                                    Project Type:      Approved
                                                                                                    Priority:          High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    New Units will be 30 to 40% more efficient. The energy savings will
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                      be $2,500 per year.
These Facilities heating plants are between 25 - 30 years old. They are beyond their useful life
and are not energy efficient. Units may fail within the next few years. Emergency replacement can
cost 3 - 4 times the cost of scheduled replacement.
                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    Rebates may be available.




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
                                Revenues            2007             2008             2009                2010               2011            2010            Project
Property Tax                       $215,000          $58,000                                                                                                  $273,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                   $215,000          $58,000                                                                                                  $273,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures         2007             2008             2009                2010               2011            2010            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs               $205,000          $58,000                                                                                                  $263,000
Consulting Services                  $10,000                                                                                                                    $10,000
Other
            Total                   $215,000          $58,000                                                                                                  $273,000


                                                                               Bldg 35
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Risk Management
Install fall-guard equipment on facility skylights and roof hatches.
                                                                                                     Project Location:   County Wide
                                                                                                     Project Descr:    Skylight Safety Guards
                                                                                                     Center No:        1020
                                                                                                     Useful Life:      NA
                                                                                                     Project Type:     Carry Over
                                                                                                     Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Older skylights and roof hatches do not comply with current OSHA safety requirements. Service
personnel working on roofs are at risk of falling through these skylights. Lack of compliance with
the building code exposes staff and vendors to injury.
                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     None




     Project Revenues             Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond       Total
                                   Revenues             2007            2008             2009              2010              2011           2010       Project
Property Tax                                             $35,000                                                                                         $35,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                         $35,000                                                                                        $35,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond       Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures           2007            2008             2009              2010              2011           2010       Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                     $35,000                                                                                        $35,000
Consulting Services
Other
             Total                                        $35,000                                                                                        $35,000


                                                                                  Bldg 36
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Facilities Management
Replace a 3500 square foot section of the Extension Service Center roof.
                                                                                                   Project Location:   Extension Services Center
                                                                                                   Project Descr:    Roof Replacement
                                                                                                   Center No:        8004
                                                                                                   Useful Life:      20 Years
                                                                                                   Project Type:     Carry Over
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Provide a watertight facility and reduce energy consumption through roof heat loss in winter and
thermal gain in summer. The older section of the roof was installed in 1986.

                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                           $46,000                                                                                         $46,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                      $46,000                                                                                         $46,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                  $42,000                                                                                         $42,000
Consulting Services                                     $4,000                                                                                          $4,000
Other
            Total                                      $46,000                                                                                         $46,000


                                                                                 Bldg 37
                         2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                       and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                               Department:         Risk Management
Implement point of entry screening at the Judicial Center, including the installation of a new Bailiff
                                                                                                           Project Location:   Government Center
station with monitors at the building entrance, installation of security cameras and duress system in
all courtrooms. Implementation of a video-arraignment system, including hardening the Law                  Project Descr:    Courts Security Improvements
Enforcement Center courtroom and installation of video-arraignment system in the Law                       Center No:        1427
Enforcement Center courtroom and a courtroom in the Judicial Center.                                       Useful Life:      15 years
                                                                                                           Project Type:     Active
                                                                                                           Priority:         High
                                                                                                           III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                           Estimate $5,000 per year support and maintenance costs for repair
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                             and warranty work on A/V equipment and duress system.
Point of entry screening has been requested by the judges as a means of increasing safety and
security of courtrooms and participants in the judicial process. Use of video-arraignment system
will create efficiencies in the court system that will free up Sheriff staff time for security screening
activities.                                                                                                IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                           None




      Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                    Beyond           Total
                                   Revenues               2007              2008               2009              2010              2011             2010           Project
Property Tax                          $186,000            $189,000                                                                                                  $375,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                       $186,000          $189,000                                                                                                  $375,000
           Project                Prior to 2007                                                                                                    Beyond           Total
       Expenditures               Expenditures            2007              2008               2009              2010              2011             2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                   $150,000          $189,000                                                                                                  $339,000
Consulting Services                      $36,000                                                                                                                     $36,000
Other
             Total                      $186,000          $189,000                                                                                                  $375,000


                                                                                       Bldg 38
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                   Department:         Facilities Management
Evaluate the potential of wind or solar electrical generation at the Government Center. This
                                                                                               Project Location:   Government Center
funding request is for consulting services to write and submit the RFP to Xcel Energy
                                                                                               Project Descr:     Evaluate Wind / Solar Generation
                                                                                               Center No:         0505
                                                                                               Useful Life:       N/A
                                                                                               Project Type:      Revised
                                                                                               Priority:          Medium
                                                                                               III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                               Potential energy savings
II. Purpose and Justification:
Renewable energy generation could reduce the County's energy costs and provide reliable
alternative source of electricity. Xcel Energy is providing grant money for renewable energy
projects.
                                                                                               IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                               None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                          Beyond         Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009         2010               2011            2010         Project
Property Tax                           $5,186          $10,000                                                                                         $15,186
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                      $5,186          $10,000                                                                                         $15,186
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                          Beyond         Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009         2010               2011            2010         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                    $10,000                                                                                         $15,186
Other
            Total                      $5,186          $10,000                                                                                         $15,186


                                                                                 Bldg 39
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Facilities Management
Install one new 350 ton water chiller. Existing mechanical room ventilation and heating plants
                                                                                                    Project Location:   Judicial Center
would need modification to meet new safety codes.
                                                                                                    Project Descr:    Replace Chiller
                                                                                                    Center No:        0535
                                                                                                    Useful Life:      20 years
                                                                                                    Project Type:     Carry Over
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    Energy savings of $10,000 to $14,000 per year.
II. Purpose and Justification:
To provide a reliable cooling system for the Judicial Center. The existing cooling equipment is
over 30 years old and no longer reliable, parts are becoming scarce and expensive. Failure during
a cooling season would be very expensive and disruptive to County operations.
                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond      Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009              2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                          $310,000                                                                                         $310,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                     $310,000                                                                                         $310,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond      Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009              2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                 $290,000                                                                                         $290,000
Consulting Services                                    $20,000                                                                                          $20,000
Other
            Total                                     $310,000                                                                                         $310,000


                                                                                 Bldg 40
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                     Department:         Facilities Management
Remove existing underground fuel storage tanks and piping, install new "above" ground fuel tanks
                                                                                                 Project Location:   Judicial Center
in concrete bunkers.
                                                                                                   Project Descr:     Replace Underground Fuel Tanks
                                                                                                   Center No:         1405
                                                                                                   Useful Life:       NA
                                                                                                   Project Type:      Carry Over
                                                                                                   Priority:          High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   Decreased maintenance on new equipment for the first 5 years.
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                     Eliminates annual tank testing of $1,500 per year.
Mitigates potential for underground fuel leaks. Eliminates potential of underground fuel spills.
Implements full fuel accountability program.

                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008              2009          2010             2011            2010            Project
Property Tax                                           $110,000                                                                                            $110,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                      $110,000                                                                                             $110,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond            Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures          2007              2008              2009          2010             2011            2010            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                  $110,000                                                                                             $110,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                      $110,000                                                                                             $110,000


                                                                                   Bldg 41
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                Department:         Facilities Management
Replace existing Judicial Center freight elevator with new cab and pump.
                                                                                            Project Location:   Judicial Center
                                                                                            Project Descr:    Freight Elevator Replacement
                                                                                            Center No:        1410
                                                                                            Useful Life:      30 years
                                                                                            Project Type:     Carry Over
                                                                                            Priority:         Medium
                                                                                            III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                            None
II. Purpose and Justification:
The Judicial Center freight elevator does not meet existing ADA and elevator codes. A new
elevator will meet all current codes and provides service well into the future.

                                                                                            IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                            None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                      Beyond      Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008           2009         2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                          $75,000                                                                                   $75,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                     $75,000                                                                                   $75,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                       Beyond      Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008           2009         2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                 $75,000                                                                                   $75,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                     $75,000                                                                                   $75,000


                                                                              Bldg 42
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:          Facilities Management
Replace the existing centralized 15 year old air conditioner unit used to cool data room equipment
                                                                                                   Project Location:    Judicial Center
in the Judicial Center.
                                                                                                      Project Descr:    Replace Data Room Cooling
                                                                                                      Center No:        1429
                                                                                                      Useful Life:      15 Years
                                                                                                      Project Type:     Approved
                                                                                                      Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      $500 in annual energy savings. $800 saved on re-roofing costs.
II. Purpose and Justification:
This is beyond its useful life. Unit requires high maintenance and is not energy efficient. Replace
with four separate high efficiency roof top units.

                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009               2010              2011            2010           Project
Property Tax                                           $53,500                                                                                                 $53,500
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                       $53,500                                                                                                 $53,500
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007              2008             2009               2010              2011            2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                   $48,500                                                                                                 $48,500
Consulting Services                                      $5,000                                                                                                  $5,000
Other
            Total                                       $53,500                                                                                                 $53,500


                                                                                  Bldg 43
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Facilities Management
Re-establish the shipping and receiving office in the lower level of the Judicial Center and relocate
                                                                                                      Project Location:   Judicial Center
the Facilities Management shop to a more central location within the Government Center.
                                                                                                     Project Descr:      Shipping / Receiving /FM Shop
                                                                                                     Center No:          1423
                                                                                                     Useful Life:        15 Years
                                                                                                     Project Type:       Carry Over
                                                                                                     Priority:           Medium
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Project will lower current operating costs by reducing service and
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                       repair calls. Estimated annual savings of $1,500.
The Judicial Center does not currently have a shipping and receiving office. The old shipping and
receiving office is used as an office for FM purchasing. Re-establishing the shipping / receiving
function will improve loading dock security and improve control of deliveries.
                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
The FM shop is not centrally located within the Government Center. Relocating the shop will          None
improve efficiency and improve shop security.



     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues             2007             2008              2009              2010               2011            2010            Project
Property Tax                                            $35,000                                                                                                  $35,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                       $35,000                                                                                                   $35,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures           2007             2008              2009              2010               2011            2010            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                   $35,000                                                                                                   $35,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                       $35,000                                                                                                   $35,000


                                                                                  Bldg 44
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:             Facilities Management
Replace existing pneumatic thermostats and actuators with digital controls in the Law Enforcement
                                                                                                  Project Location:       Law Enforcement Center
Center.
                                                                                                         Project Descr:    Replace Pneumatic Controls
                                                                                                         Center No:        8819
                                                                                                         Useful Life:      20 Years
                                                                                                         Project Type:     Carry Over
                                                                                                         Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                         III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                         $1,200 in annual energy savings
II. Purpose and Justification:
Pneumatic controls are nearing the end of their useful lives. Replacing controls with state of the art
digital controls will improve occupant comfort and save energy. This project may be combined with
the Law Enforcement Center addition.
                                                                                                         IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                         None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond         Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008             2009                 2010            2011           2010         Project
Property Tax                                           $416,800                                                                                             $416,800
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                      $416,800                                                                                             $416,800
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond         Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures          2007              2008             2009                 2010            2011           2010         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                  $412,300                                                                                             $412,300
Consulting Services                                      $4,500                                                                                               $4,500
Other
            Total                                      $416,800                                                                                             $416,800


                                                                                   Bldg 45
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Facilities Management
Replace the roof on the Wentworth Library in West St. Paul.
                                                                                                   Project Location:   Wentworth Library
                                                                                                   Project Descr:    Roof Replacement
                                                                                                   Center No:        2202
                                                                                                   Useful Life:      20 Years
                                                                                                   Project Type:     Carry Over
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Provide a watertight facility and reduce energy consumption through roof heat loss in winter and
thermal gain in the summer. The Roof was installed in 1991 and will be 16 years old in 2007.

                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond     Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009             2010               2011            2010     Project
Property Tax                                          $340,000                                                                                        $340,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                     $340,000                                                                                        $340,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond     Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009             2010               2011            2010     Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                 $335,000                                                                                        $335,000
Consulting Services                                     $5,000                                                                                          $5,000
Other
            Total                                     $340,000                                                                                        $340,000


                                                                                 Bldg 46
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Facilities Management
Replace the 45 mil EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) flat roof on the Wescott Library in
                                                                                                   Project Location:   Wescott Library
Eagan.
                                                                                                   Project Descr:    Flat Roof Replacement
                                                                                                   Center No:        7205
                                                                                                   Useful Life:      20 Years
                                                                                                   Project Type:     Carry Over
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Provide a watertight facility and reduce energy consumption through roof heat loss in winter and
thermal gain in summer. The roof was installed in 1982 , making it 25 years old in 2007.

                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                          $250,000                                                                                        $250,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                     $250,000                                                                                        $250,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                 $250,000                                                                                        $250,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                     $250,000                                                                                        $250,000


                                                                                 Bldg 47
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Facilities Management
Remove existing copper roof over the atrium, remove the existing phenolic insulation, replace
                                                                                                   Project Location:   Western Service Center
damaged roof decking, re-install new insulation and existing copper roofing.
                                                                                                   Project Descr:    Copper Roof Replacement
                                                                                                   Center No:        9919
                                                                                                   Useful Life:      30+ years
                                                                                                   Project Type:     Carry Over
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Phenolic insulation has been associated with metal roof decking deterioration. Re-imbursement of
costs will be sought from the insulation manufacturer.

                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008              2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                         $385,000                                                                                         $385,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                     $385,000                                                                                        $385,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond      Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008              2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                 $350,000                                                                                        $350,000
Consulting Services                                    $35,000                                                                                         $35,000
Other
            Total                                     $385,000                                                                                        $385,000


                                                                                Bldg 48
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:             Facilities Management
Replace existing pneumatic thermostats and actuators with digital controls in the Western Service
                                                                                                  Project Location:       Western Service Center
Center.
                                                                                                         Project Descr:    Replace Pneumatic Controls
                                                                                                         Center No:        9921
                                                                                                         Useful Life:      20 Years
                                                                                                         Project Type:     Active
                                                                                                         Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                         III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                         $1,200 in annual energy savings
II. Purpose and Justification:
Pneumatic controls are nearing the end of their useful lives. Replacing controls with state of the art
digital controls will improve occupant comfort and save energy. This project may be combined with
the Western Service Center Addition.
                                                                                                         IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                         None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond         Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008             2009                 2010            2011           2010         Project
Property Tax                         $129,500           $45,000                                                                                             $174,500
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                     $129,500           $45,000                                                                                            $174,500
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond         Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures          2007              2008             2009                 2010            2011           2010         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                 $125,000           $45,000                                                                                            $170,000
Consulting Services                     $4,500                                                                                                                $4,500
Other
            Total                     $129,500           $45,000                                                                                            $174,500


                                                                                   Bldg 49
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Facilities Management
Replace sound system in Western Service Center and Judicial Center courtrooms.
                                                                                                       Project Location:   WSC & Judicial Center
                                                                                                       Project Descr:    Replace Courts Sound System
                                                                                                       Center No:        0526
                                                                                                       Useful Life:      10 Years
                                                                                                       Project Type:     Approved
                                                                                                       Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       Reduction of $400 per year spent on repairs of current system.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Current system is 13 years old, not reliable, and parts are scarce. Courts are in need of a reliable
sound system.

                                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond            Total
                                  Revenues            2007              2008             2009                2010               2011            2010            Project
Property Tax                                           $20,000          $200,000                                                                                 $220,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                       $20,000         $200,000                                                                                  $220,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond            Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007              2008             2009                2010               2011            2010            Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                   $200,000                                                                                  $200,000
Consulting Services                                     $20,000                                                                                                    $20,000
Other
            Total                                       $20,000         $200,000                                                                                  $220,000


                                                                                   Bldg 50
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:         Facilities Management
Replace lighting, floor and wall coverings in the Western Service Center and Wescott elevators.
                                                                                                  Project Location:   WSC & Wescott Library
                                                                                                  Project Descr:      Elevator Cab Improvements
                                                                                                  Center No:          1022
                                                                                                  Useful Life:        10 Years
                                                                                                  Project Type:       Approved
                                                                                                  Priority:           Medium
                                                                                                  III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                  Slight reduction in maintenance costs.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Upgrade cab interior and provide a reasonable level of maintenance and appearance.



                                                                                                  IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                  None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond      Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                          $43,500                                                                                         $43,500
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                      $43,500                                                                                        $43,500
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                  $40,000                                                                                        $40,000
Consulting Services                                     $3,500                                                                                         $3,500
Other
            Total                                      $43,500                                                                                        $43,500


                                                                                Bldg 51
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                            Department:         County Buildings
Reimburse County Attorney for consulting.
                                                                                        Project Location:   Reimburse County Attorney
                                                                                        Project Descr:      Reimburse County Attorney
                                                                                        Center No:
                                                                                        Useful Life:        N/A
                                                                                        Project Type:       Fund Transfer
                                                                                        Priority:
                                                                                        III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                        None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Reimburse County Attorney for consulting.



                                                                                        IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                        None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                   Beyond      Total
                                Revenues       2007       2008             2009               2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                     $7,677     $8,061           $8,464              $8,887            $9,331                   $42,420
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                $7,677     $8,061             $8,464             $8,887            $9,331                  $42,420
           Project            Prior to 2007                                                                                    Beyond      Total
       Expenditures           Expenditures     2007       2008             2009               2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                            $7,677     $8,061             $8,464             $8,887            $9,331                  $42,420
           Total                                 $7,677     $8,061             $8,464             $8,887            $9,331                  $42,420




                                                                     Bldg 52
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                Department:         County Buildings
Interfund Transfer for Transportation Facility
                                                                                            Project Location:   Transportation Facility
                                                                                            Project Descr:      Interfund Transfer Reimbursement
                                                                                            Center No:
                                                                                            Useful Life:        N/A
                                                                                            Project Type:       Fund Transfer
                                                                                            Priority:
                                                                                            III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                            None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Reimbursement for construction of the Transportation Facility.



                                                                                            IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                            None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                        Beyond         Total
                                  Revenues           2007           2008             2009         2010               2011              2010         Project
Property Tax                                       ($1,100,000)   ($1,281,611)                                                                     ($2,381,611)
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                               $1,100,000    $1,281,611                                                                       $2,381,611
            Total
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                        Beyond        Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures         2007          2008             2009         2010               2011              2010        Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
            Total




                                                                               Bldg 53
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                    and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                           Department:         County Buildings
Transfer from general fund for Dakota Communication Center.
                                                                                       Project Location:   Dakota Communication Center.
                                                                                       Project Descr:      Interfund Transfer Reimbursement
                                                                                       Center No:
                                                                                       Useful Life:        N/A
                                                                                       Project Type:       Fund Transfer
                                                                                       Priority:
                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                       None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Reimbursement for bond payments and expenses for the Dakota Communication Center.



                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                       None




     Project Revenues         Prior to 2007                                                                                   Beyond            Total
                               Revenues            2007         2008            2009         2010               2011           2010            Project
Property Tax                                     ($2,361,679)                                                                                 ($2,361,679)
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                            $2,361,679                                                                                   $2,361,679
            Total
           Project            Prior to 2007                                                                                   Beyond           Total
       Expenditures           Expenditures         2007         2008            2009         2010               2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other
           Total


                                                                         Bldg 54
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Facilities Management
Implement improvements to the plumbing chases in the Wescott Library. Improvements include:
                                                                                                       Project Location:   Wescott Library
rebuild piping chase walls, installing new supply lines to flush valves and re-tiling plumbing walls
with new tile.                                                                                         Project Descr:    Plumbing Chases
                                                                                                       Center No:        7204
                                                                                                       Useful Life:      30 years
                                                                                                       Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                       Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       Could save up to $5,000 in repairs and mold remediation.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Existing tile is not available. The pipe straps on flush valve supply lines are wearing holes in the
copper pipe. Improvements will prevent future leaks and associated mold problems.

                                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond               Total
                                  Revenues              2007              2008             2009              2010               2011           2010               Project
Property Tax                                                               $58,000                                                                                  $58,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                          $58,000                                                                                  $58,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond               Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures           2007              2008             2009              2010               2011           2010               Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                      $58,000                                                                                  $58,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                          $58,000                                                                                  $58,000


                                                                                     Bldg 55
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Facilities Management
Replace the 17 year old 60 mil ballasted membrane roof. The roof is 61,500 square feet.
                                                                                                   Project Location:   Western Service Center
                                                                                                   Project Descr:    Roof Replacement
                                                                                                   Center No:        9920
                                                                                                   Useful Life:      20 Years
                                                                                                   Project Type:     Approved
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Provide a watertight facility and reduce energy consumption through roof heat loss in winter and
thermal gain in summer. In 2007, this roof will be 17 years old.

                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                                           $485,000                                                                       $485,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                      $485,000                                                                       $485,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                  $450,000                                                                       $450,000
Consulting Services                                                     $35,000                                                                        $35,000
Other
            Total                                                      $485,000                                                                       $485,000


                                                                                  Bldg 56
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Facilities Management
Replace the 16 year old 45 mil ballasted membrane roof.
                                                                                                     Project Location:   Administration Center
                                                                                                     Project Descr:    Roof Replacement
                                                                                                     Center No:        9605
                                                                                                     Useful Life:      20 years
                                                                                                     Project Type:     Approved
                                                                                                     Priority:         High
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Provide a watertight facility and reduce energy consumption through roof heat loss in winter and
thermal gain in summer. In 2007, this roof will be 17 years old. Annual repair costs are exceeding
the value of the roof.
                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond     Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008              2009               2010               2011            2010     Project
Property Tax                                                          $260,000                                                                          $260,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                      $260,000                                                                         $260,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond     Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008              2009               2010               2011            2010     Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                  $230,000                                                                         $230,000
Consulting Services                                                     $30,000                                                                          $30,000
Other
            Total                                                      $260,000                                                                         $260,000


                                                                                  Bldg 57
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                           Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
A comprehensive study of the Burnhaven Library in Burnsville to determine how it might be
                                                                                                       Project Location:   Burnhaven Library
reconfigured and remodeled to improve efficiency, lighting, sound control, and use of space.
                                                                                                       Project Descr:    Space Needs Assessment
                                                                                                       Center No:        5404
                                                                                                       Useful Life:      NA
                                                                                                       Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                       Priority:         High
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Burnhaven Library opened in 1974 and was remodeled in 1995. Over the past ten years public
library services have changed dramatically. New services and new formats of materials have been
added. Some older services have declined in popularity. For the Burnhaven Library to continue to
serve customers in the most efficient and effective manner, space will need to be studied,       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
reconfigured and refurbished. Particular attention will be paid to incorporate a computer lab.   None
Areas needing refurbishment will be identified as part of the study.



     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond          Total
                                 Revenues            2007              2008              2009                2010               2011            2010          Project
Property Tax                                                             $5,000           $23,000                                                               $28,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                         $5,000             $23,000                                                               $28,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond          Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures         2007              2008              2009                2010               2011            2010          Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                     $5,000             $23,000                                                               $28,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                         $5,000             $23,000                                                               $28,000


                                                                                   Bldg 58
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Construction of a Public Safety Building at the Empire Transportation Facility site in Empire
                                                                                                      Project Location:   Public Safety Support Center
Township.
                                                                                                      Project Descr:      Building Design & Construction
                                                                                                      Center No:          8600
                                                                                                      Useful Life:
                                                                                                      Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                      Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      The operating costs are estimated to be approximately $200,000 per
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                        year.
Purpose of the building is to provide space for law enforcement training, information system
support, and shared equipment.

                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      Half of this building will be leased to public safety partners.




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond              Total
                                  Revenues             2007             2008              2009               2010               2011              2010              Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                                  $1,800,000        $6,200,000         $1,200,000                                              $9,200,000
            Total                                                      $1,800,000        $6,200,000         $1,200,000                                              $9,200,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                    Beyond              Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures           2007             2008              2009               2010               2011              2010              Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                  $1,700,000        $6,150,000         $1,200,000                                              $9,050,000
Consulting Services                                                     $100,000            $50,000                                                                  $150,000
Other
            Total                                                      $1,800,000        $6,200,000         $1,200,000                                              $9,200,000


                                                                                    Bldg 59
                         2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                       and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                            Department:         Facilities Management
Install software based irrigation control system.
                                                                                        Project Location:   County Wide
                                                                                        Project Descr:    Irrigation Controls
                                                                                        Center No:        1027
                                                                                        Useful Life:      20 years
                                                                                        Project Type:     New
                                                                                        Priority:         Medium
                                                                                        III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                        None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Will provide more efficient control of irrigating grounds.



                                                                                        IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                        None




      Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                Beyond      Total
                                   Revenues              2007   2008             2009         2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                                     $41,000                                                                    $41,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                $41,000                                                                    $41,000
           Project                Prior to 2007                                                                                Beyond      Total
       Expenditures               Expenditures           2007   2008             2009         2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                            $38,000                                                                    $38,000
Consulting Services                                               $3,000                                                                     $3,000
Other
             Total                                               $41,000                                                                    $41,000


                                                                           Bldg 60
                          2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                        and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                               Department:         Facilities Management
Install fire sprinklers in the Galaxie Library.
                                                                                                           Project Location:   Galaxie Library
                                                                                                           Project Descr:    Fire Sprinklers
                                                                                                           Center No:        9806
                                                                                                           Useful Life:      50 years
                                                                                                           Project Type:     New
                                                                                                           Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                           III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                           None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Fire sprinklers minimize loss due to a fire. This is the only county facility that is not sprinkled. Our
insurance inspectors request that we install fire sprinklers in Galaxie annually. Coordinate timeline
with Western Service Center addition.
                                                                                                           IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                           None




      Project Revenues             Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond      Total
                                    Revenues            2007               2008              2009                2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                                                                 $177,500                                                         $177,500
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                              $177,500                                                       $177,500
           Project                 Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond      Total
       Expenditures                Expenditures         2007               2008              2009                2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                          $147,500                                                       $147,500
Consulting Services                                                                             $30,000                                                        $30,000
Other
             Total                                                                             $177,500                                                       $177,500


                                                                                     Bldg 61
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                            Department:         Facilities Management
Replace the existing humidification boiler with a high efficiency boiler and repipe the heating loop to
                                                                                                        Project Location:   Western Service Center
use this boiler for low load heating. Install a new electric humidifier on each air handling unit.
                                                                                                         Project Descr:    Boiler Replacement
                                                                                                         Center No:        9922
                                                                                                         Useful Life:      20 years
                                                                                                         Project Type:     New
                                                                                                         Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                         III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                         $15,000 annual energy savings
II. Purpose and Justification:
The high efficiency boiler will reduce spring and fall heating costs. Electric steam humidification is
more efficient.

                                                                                                         IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                         None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond       Total
                                  Revenues              2007              2008              2009               2010              2011           2010       Project
Property Tax                                                                                 $26,000            $239,000                                    $265,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                             $26,000            $239,000                                   $265,000
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond       Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures           2007              2008              2009               2010              2011           2010       Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                                            $239,000                                   $239,000
Consulting Services                                                                           $26,000                                                        $26,000
Other
            Total                                                                             $26,000            $239,000                                   $265,000


                                                                                    Bldg 62
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                     Department:         Facilities Management
Install equipment and software to provide internet access to county libraries.
                                                                                                 Project Location:   County Wide - Libraries
                                                                                                 Project Descr:    WEB EMS Access
                                                                                                 Center No:        1028
                                                                                                 Useful Life:      10 years
                                                                                                 Project Type:     New
                                                                                                 Priority:         Low
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 Save $3500 annually on travel time.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Current access is via dial-up modem. Access is slow and no longer state-of-the-art. Web access
improves troubleshooting and corrective response time.

                                                                                                 IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                 None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond     Total
                                  Revenues             2007             2008           2009            2010               2011            2010     Project
Property Tax                                                                                            $108,000                                    $108,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                                        $108,000                                   $108,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond     Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures           2007             2008           2009            2010               2011            2010     Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                                    $104,000                                   $104,000
Consulting Services                                                                                        $4,000                                     $4,000
Other
            Total                                                                                        $108,000                                   $108,000


                                                                                 Bldg 63
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:               Facilities Management
Improve landscaping, take corrective measures to ensure health of Oak trees, redo retaining walls,
                                                                                                   Project Location:         Wentworth Library
and clean up buckthorn.
                                                                                                          Project Descr:    Site Improvements
                                                                                                          Center No:        2206
                                                                                                          Useful Life:      20 years
                                                                                                          Project Type:     New
                                                                                                          Priority:         Low
                                                                                                          III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                          None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Site improvements will eliminate erosion, promote healthier turf, reduce parking lot pollution run off,
improve ground water absorption and generally improve the look of the library site.

                                                                                                          IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                          None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond      Total
                                  Revenues              2007              2008             2009                 2010              2011            2010      Project
Property Tax                                                                                                      $66,800                                     $66,800
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                                                  $66,800                                    $66,800
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                   Beyond      Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures           2007              2008             2009                 2010              2011            2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                                              $54,000                                    $54,000
Consulting Services                                                                                                $12,800                                    $12,800
Other
            Total                                                                                                  $66,800                                    $66,800


                                                                                    Bldg 64
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                        Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Renovation of the Farmington Library.
                                                                                                    Project Location:   Farmington Library
                                                                                                    Project Descr:      Renovation
                                                                                                    Center No:          5504
                                                                                                    Useful Life:
                                                                                                    Project Type:     New
                                                                                                    Priority:         High
                                                                                                    III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                    None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Add space and increase services at this library to be comparable to other branch libraries and to
coincide with the population increase of the area.

                                                                                                    IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond         Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008              2009             2010               2011             2010         Project
Property Tax                                                                                               $150,000          $800,000         $200,000     $1,150,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                                           $150,000         $800,000         $200,000     $1,150,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond         Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008              2009             2010               2011             2010         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                                       $100,000         $750,000          $50,000      $900,000
Consulting Services                                                                                          $50,000          $20,000          $10,000        $80,000
Other                                                                                                                         $30,000         $140,000      $170,000
            Total                                                                                           $150,000         $800,000         $200,000     $1,150,000


                                                                                 Bldg 65
                          2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                        and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                            Department:         Facilities Management
Install energy efficient humidifier, new interior lighting, additional parking lot lighting, lighting
                                                                                                        Project Location:   Wescott Library
controls and accessible ceiling. Add more building electrical circuits to the new emergency
generators.                                                                                             Project Descr:     Maintenance Improvements
                                                                                                        Center No:         7207
                                                                                                        Useful Life:       10 Years
                                                                                                        Project Type:      Revised
                                                                                                        Priority:          Medium
                                                                                                        III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                        Anticipate annual energy use reduction of 10% ($5,000).
II. Purpose and Justification:
Existing humidifier and lighting controls have failed and are not repairable. Interior lighting is not
energy efficient and does not meet current County standards. Public parking lot is not adequately
lighted. The ceilings are beat up from years of remodel work and maintenance. The emergency
generator is under utilized. Humidification will extend the life of books and facility, and decrease   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
energy costs. Lighting control will continue our energy savings. Interior lighting retrofit will       None
decrease energy costs. Additional parking lot lighting is needed for public safety. A new ceiling is
needed to maintain the appearance of the library.


      Project Revenues             Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond              Total
                                    Revenues               2007               2008               2009         2010               2011           2010              Project
Property Tax                                                                  $277,500                                                                             $277,500
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                              $277,500                                                                            $277,500
           Project                 Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond              Total
       Expenditures                Expenditures            2007               2008               2009         2010               2011           2010              Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                          $277,500                                                                            $277,500
Consulting Services
Other
             Total                                                             $277,500                                                                            $277,500


                                                                                          Bldg 66
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Replace approximately 11,700 sq yds. of carpet in the Judicial Center.
                                                                                                     Project Location:   Judicial Center
                                                                                                     Project Descr:     Carpet Replacement
                                                                                                     Center No:         0514
                                                                                                     Useful Life:       10 Years
                                                                                                     Project Type:      Approved
                                                                                                     Priority:          Medium
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Insures safe and cleanable carpet.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Programmed replacement carpet to maintain the appearance and safety. Project will also
implement the County's renewable and sustainable building finished. Replacement schedule
coincides with remodeling schedule where possible.
                                                                                                     IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues            2007                2008         2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Property Tax                                                                          $290,000                                                               $290,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                         $290,000                                                               $290,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond           Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures         2007                2008         2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                     $290,000                                                               $290,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                                         $290,000                                                               $290,000


                                                                                Bldg 67
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:              Capital Planning & Project Management
Construction of a new full driveway intersection on Galaxie Avenue at the Western Service Center.
                                                                                                       Project Location:   Western Service Center
                                                                                                       Project Descr:    Entry Drive Location
                                                                                                       Center No:        9908
                                                                                                       Useful Life:      NA
                                                                                                       Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                       Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       None
II. Purpose and Justification:
The reconstruction of Galaxie Avenue will eventually result in the closing of the existing WSC
entrance. The County is currently exploring alternatives. A concept plan has been developed.

                                                                                                       IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                       None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond           Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008              2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Property Tax                                                           $15,000          $235,000                                                               $250,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                       $15,000             $235,000                                                               $250,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                                  Beyond           Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008              2009                 2010               2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                   $15,000             $235,000                                                               $250,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                       $15,000             $235,000                                                               $250,000


                                                                                  Bldg 68
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                  Department:         Parks
Construction of a 2,500 sq ft heated maintenance building in Miesville Ravine Park Reserve.
                                                                                              Project Location:   Miesville Ravine
                                                                                              Project Descr:    Heated Maintenance Building
                                                                                              Center No:        6801
                                                                                              Useful Life:      30 Years
                                                                                              Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                              Priority:         Medium
                                                                                              III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                              Approximately $8,000 increase in operating costs.
II. Purpose and Justification:
The new building will provide necessary heated workspace to accommodate year round
maintenance and construction tasks at Miesville Ravine Park Preserve. The new building will
increase the effectiveness of park maintenance.
                                                                                              IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                              None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                         Beyond        Total
                                Revenues             2007             2008             2009         2010               2011           2010        Project
Property Tax                                                          $273,000                                                                     $273,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                     $273,000                                                                     $273,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                         Beyond        Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008             2009         2010               2011           2010        Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction                                                      $250,000                                                                     $250,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                    $15,000                                                                      $15,000
Other                                                                   $8,000                                                                       $8,000
            Total                                                     $273,000                                                                     $273,000


                                                                                 Bldg 69
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                         Department:         Facilities Management
Install standing seam metal roof system at the Farmington Highway Shop to prevent roof leakage
                                                                                                     Project Location:   Farmington Highway Shop
and damage to the wood structural system.
                                                                                                     Project Descr:    Salt Storage Building Re-roof
                                                                                                     Center No:        4602
                                                                                                     Useful Life:      30 Years
                                                                                                     Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                     Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                     III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                     Save over $1,500 annually on repairs.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Residential roof shingles are frequently damaged by storms.

Shingles need replacement / repair periodically, possibly compromising the structural integrity of
the building. Also a possible safety hazard.                                                         IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                     None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                              Beyond      Total
                                  Revenues             2007             2008              2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                                            $100,000                                                                        $100,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                        $100,000                                                                       $100,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond      Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures           2007             2008              2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                    $100,000                                                                       $100,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                        $100,000                                                                       $100,000


                                                                                    Bldg 70
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:         Facilities Management
Replace the 25,600 square foot of 45 mil ballasted roof and the 32,000 square foot of 60 mil
                                                                                                   Project Location:   Judicial Center
ballasted roof on the Judicial Center in Hastings.
                                                                                                   Project Descr:    Roof Replacement
                                                                                                   Center No:        0515
                                                                                                   Useful Life:      20 Years
                                                                                                   Project Type:     Approved
                                                                                                   Priority:         High
                                                                                                   III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                   None
II. Purpose and Justification:
Provide a watertight facility and reduce energy consumption through roof heat loss in winter and
thermal gain in summer. The 45 mil ballasted roof was installed in 1989 and the 60 mil ballasted
roof was installed in 1993.
                                                                                                   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                   None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                                           $785,000                                                                       $785,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                      $785,000                                                                       $785,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond      Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                  $737,000                                                                       $737,000
Consulting Services                                                     $48,000                                                                        $48,000
Other
            Total                                                      $785,000                                                                       $785,000


                                                                                  Bldg 71
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                     Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Renovation the Wescott Library in Eagan based upon the approved 2007 Wescott Library Needs
                                                                                                 Project Location:   Wescott Library
Assessment.
                                                                                                 Project Descr:    Renovation Projects
                                                                                                 Center No:        7210
                                                                                                 Useful Life:      15 Years
                                                                                                 Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                 Priority:         High
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 None
II. Purpose and Justification:
The Wescott Library opened in 1982 and was remodeled in 1997. It is a heavily used library. The
areas that required renovation will be identified in the 2007 evaluation. The project will increase
staff efficiencies and client services. Possible improvements include creating a computer lab,
improvements to the children's area, and improvements to the staff contact stations.                IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                    None




     Project Revenues          Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond           Total
                                Revenues            2007            2008              2009             2010               2011           2010           Project
Property Tax                                                       $1,200,000                                                                           $1,200,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                  $1,200,000                                                                           $1,200,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond           Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures         2007             2008             2009             2010               2011           2010           Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                              $1,140,000                                                                           $1,140,000
Consulting Services                                                   $60,000                                                                              $60,000
Other
            Total                                                  $1,200,000                                                                           $1,200,000


                                                                                Bldg 72
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                    Department:         Facilities Management
Remove garage doors at the Burnhaven Library in Burnsville and fill in openings with standing
                                                                                                Project Location:   Burnhaven Library
seam siding walls.
                                                                                                Project Descr:      Remove Garage Doors
                                                                                                Center No:          5403
                                                                                                Useful Life:        30 years
                                                                                                Project Type:       Approved
                                                                                                Priority:           Medium
                                                                                                III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                Slight decrease in repair costs of about $300 per year.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Overhead composite garage doors are not used and are falling apart. Permanent walls at garage
door openings will improve security.

                                                                                                IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                           Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues            2007             2008              2009          2010               2011            2010             Project
Property Tax                                                           $47,000                                                                              $47,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                       $47,000                                                                             $47,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond             Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007             2008              2009          2010               2011            2010             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                   $45,000                                                                             $45,000
Consulting Services                                                      $2,000                                                                              $2,000
Other
            Total                                                       $47,000                                                                             $47,000


                                                                                  Bldg 73
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Facilities Management
Replace the existing Judicial Center fire alarm panel with a programmable system. Tie system
                                                                                                      Project Location:   Judicial Center
together with ADC and LEC systems.
                                                                                                      Project Descr:    Replace Fire Alarm Panel
                                                                                                      Center No:        0536
                                                                                                      Useful Life:      15 Years
                                                                                                      Project Type:     Approved
                                                                                                      Priority:         High
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      Savings of $650 per false alarm.
II. Purpose and Justification:
The current panel is old technology and becoming difficult to service and locate parts. Locating
false alarms with the old system is very time consuming.

                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond      Total
                                 Revenues             2007             2008              2009               2010               2011           2010      Project
Property Tax                                                                             $124,000                                                        $124,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                          $124,000                                                      $124,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                Beyond      Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007             2008              2009               2010               2011           2010      Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                      $114,000                                                      $114,000
Consulting Services                                                                         $10,000                                                       $10,000
Other
            Total                                                                          $124,000                                                      $124,000


                                                                                 Bldg 74
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                       Department:            Capital Planning & Project Management
Design and construction of a 22,000 sq ft 60-bed cell block addition the Law Enforcement Center in
                                                                                                   Project Location:      Law Enforcement Center
Hastings
                                                                                                       Project Descr:      Cell Block Addition
                                                                                                       Center No:          8818
                                                                                                       Useful Life:        50 Years
                                                                                                       Project Type:       Revised
                                                                                                       Priority:           High
                                                                                                       III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                       Increase in annual operating costs of approximately $1,915,000 for
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                         staffing, operations and building operations.
The LEC is currently operating above its authorized capacity. The County Board has adopted a
strategy to continue to lease beds from the other facilities until it is economically feasible to add
bed capacity to the LEC. An addition to the LEC that will increase the core support services is
currently being planned and is scheduled to be operational mid-year 2007. The County anticipates IV. Effect on County Revenues:
needing additional bed space by the end of 2010.                                                      Potential to lease out excess beds.




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond             Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009                2010              2011            2010             Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro
Other                                                                                       $430,000         $7,230,000       $2,000,000                        $9,660,000
            Total                                                                           $430,000         $7,230,000       $2,000,000                        $9,660,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond             Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007              2008             2009                2010              2011            2010             Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services                                                                         $430,000         $7,230,000       $2,000,000                        $9,660,000
Other
            Total                                                                           $430,000         $7,230,000       $2,000,000                        $9,660,000


                                                                                  Bldg 75
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                     and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                     Department:         Capital Planning & Project Management
Renovation of the Burnhaven Library in Burnsville.
                                                                                                 Project Location:   Burnhaven Library
                                                                                                 Project Descr:    Renovation
                                                                                                 Center No:        5405
                                                                                                 Useful Life:      15 - 20 Years
                                                                                                 Project Type:     Revised
                                                                                                 Priority:         High
                                                                                                 III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                 None
II. Purpose and Justification:
The Burnhaven Library opened in 1974 and was renovated in 1994. It is one of the most frequently
used libraries in our system. The needs assessment of the library is an approved project for 2009.
The project is intended to improve efficiencies and update the public service areas in the library.
Possible improvements include creation of a computer area, creating a quiet reading area,           IV. Effect on County Revenues:
equipment and furniture improvements, and improvements to staff contact stations.                   None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                            Beyond          Total
                                 Revenues            2007            2008             2009             2010               2011            2010          Project
Property Tax                                                                                           $1,300,000                                       $1,300,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                                      $1,300,000                                       $1,300,000
           Project             Prior to 2007                                                                                             Beyond          Total
       Expenditures            Expenditures          2007            2008             2009             2010               2011            2010          Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                                  $1,250,000                                       $1,250,000
Consulting Services                                                                                       $50,000                                          $50,000
Other
            Total                                                                                      $1,300,000                                       $1,300,000


                                                                              Bldg 76
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                      Department:             Facilities Management
Replace existing pneumatic thermostats and actuators with digital controls in the Law Enforcement
                                                                                                  Project Location:       Judicial Center
Center.
                                                                                                         Project Descr:    Replace Pneumatic Controls
                                                                                                         Center No:        1428
                                                                                                         Useful Life:      20 Years
                                                                                                         Project Type:     Approved
                                                                                                         Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                         III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                         $1,500 in annual energy savings.
II. Purpose and Justification:
Pneumatic controls are nearing the end of their useful lives. Replacing controls with state of the art
digital controls will improve occupant comfort and save energy. This project may be combined with
the Judicial Center Addition.
                                                                                                         IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                         None




     Project Revenues            Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond         Total
                                  Revenues             2007              2008             2009                 2010            2011           2010         Project
Property Tax                                                                              $863,500                                                          $863,500
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                                            $863,500                                                       $863,500
           Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                               Beyond         Total
       Expenditures              Expenditures          2007              2008             2009                 2010            2011           2010         Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                                        $855,000                                                       $855,000
Consulting Services                                                                            $8,500                                                         $8,500
Other
            Total                                                                            $863,500                                                       $863,500


                                                                                   Bldg 77
                        2007 CAPITAL BUDGET
                      and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                          Department:         Facilities Management
Remove existing Juvenile Center drywall ceiling and replace with standard light fixtures and lay-in
                                                                                                      Project Location:   Juvenile Service Center
ceiling.
                                                                                                      Project Descr:    New Entry Ceiling
                                                                                                      Center No:        3103
                                                                                                      Useful Life:      20 Years
                                                                                                      Project Type:     Approved
                                                                                                      Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                      III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                      $450 less maintenance per year
II. Purpose and Justification:
The existing gypsum board ceiling has limited accessibility for maintenance and repair. Past leaks
have created an uneven ceiling.

                                                                                                      IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                      None




     Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond     Total
                                 Revenues             2007              2008             2009               2010               2011            2010     Project
Property Tax                                                             $45,000                                                                          $45,000
Federal
State/Metro
Other
            Total                                                        $45,000                                                                          $45,000
           Project              Prior to 2007                                                                                                 Beyond     Total
       Expenditures             Expenditures          2007              2008             2009               2010               2011            2010     Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs                                                    $45,000                                                                          $45,000
Consulting Services
Other
            Total                                                        $45,000                                                                          $45,000


                                                                                   Bldg 78
Farmland and Natural Areas Program

The Farmland and Natural Areas Program was initiated in 2003 in response to citizen concerns about the loss of open space throughout Dakota
County. The program, funded through a $20 million voter approved bond referendum in November 2002, works cooperatively with rural
landowners and the federal Natural Resources Conservation Service to permanently protect productive, agricultural land and water quality, while
providing additional wildlife habitat. The program also works with landowners and a wide variety of partners to protect, restore, and connect
threatened natural areas throughout the County to assure that the ecological, social, and financial benefits of these areas can be maintained and
enhanced. A County Board-appointed Citizen Advisory Committee reviews and evaluates land protection projects and makes recommendations
to the County Board of Commissioners, which has final approval authority.

Farmland
Through July 2006, 807 acres of agricultural land have been permanently protected through the acquisition of seven County-held easements.
These agricultural easements allow the property to remain in private ownership and be used for agricultural purposes but prevent future
residential development. Owners are also required to maintain permanent, vegetative buffers next to streams and wetlands to protect water
quality. Although the cost of these easements is over $3 million, the combination of federal matching funds and landowner donation has reduced
County costs to $1.4 million.

Eight additional farmland easements, totaling an additional 914 acres, will be completed by December 2006. Six new projects, totaling 760
acres, are projected to be completed in early 2007.

Natural Areas
Six natural area projects, totaling 589 acres, have been completed. These projects, including two in Eagan, one in Rosemount, one in Lakeville,
one in Mendota Heights, and one in Empire Township, involve a number of partners and funding sources. The County provided over $3.5 million
for these projects with a total land value of $12.2 million. Five projects, totaling 236 acres, are expected to be completed by December 2006.
Eight new projects, totaling 982 acres, are in varying stages of completion.

For more information about the program, visit the web page at: www.dakota.co.mn.us/planning/fnap/index.htm.




                                                                    FNAP 1
Dakota County Farmland and Natural Area Program
Financial Summary
                                                                                                                                    Bond Proceeds:        $19,845,015
                                                                                                                        Date of
Parcel Name                      Location                                              Size                      Purchase (Year)               Amount        Balance
                                                                                                                                                          $19,845,015
Anderson Property                City of Eagan                                         9.1 Acres                             2004              $274,194   $19,570,821
Barret Property                  Sciota Township                                       90.4 Acres                     2005 & 2006             $149,843    $19,420,979
Boyum Property                   Greenvale Township                                    143.9 Acres                           2005             $682,553    $18,738,426
Hunter Property                  Sciota Township                                       136.5 Acres                           2005             $296,960    $18,441,466
Kimmes Property                  Marshan Township                                      100.6 Acres                           2005             $539,290    $17,902,176
Taylor Property                  Sciota Township                                       89.1 Acres                            2005              $216,999   $17,685,177
Yanz Property                    Vermillion Township                                   78.3 Acres                            2005             $246,786    $17,438,391
Wicklund Property                Rosemount                                             25.0 Acres                            2005             $250,000    $17,188,391
Caponi Property                  City of Eagan                                         60.0 Acres                            2005             $850,000    $16,338,391
Miles Property                   Empire Township                                       475.0 Acres                           2005            $1,000,000   $15,338,391
Pilot Knob Property              City of Mendota Heights                               8.4 Acres                             2005              $400,000   $14,938,391
East Lake Community Property     City of Lakeville                                     12.2 Acres                            2006             $690,000    $14,248,391
Liefeld Property                 Douglas Township                                      65.0 Acres                            2006             $213,355    $14,035,036
Paul Gergen Jr Property          Hampton Township                                      175.0 Acres                           2006             $862,867    $13,172,169
Paul Gergen Sr Property          Hampton Township                                      218.0 Acres                           2006            $1,170,079   $12,002,089


                                 Total Expended as of 9/20/06                                                                                $7,842,926

Note : Does not take into consideration the availability of external funding which, if received, would increase the
the total amount of resources available, including existing bond fund balance. Federal reimbursement in the amount
of $2,580,331 is anticipated to be received.




                                                                                   FNAP 2
2007-2011 Capital Improvement Program

         Debt Considerations
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                Debt 2
 Projected Debt Service
 Including Approved CIP Projects




     Bond Type:
     CIP/Other                   CIP                       Other                       CIP                   Other           CIP            CIP            CIP                 CIP                   CIP             CIP
                                 CIP                  LIBRARY BOND                NORTHERN               IGH/LAKEVILLE     ADMIN         JUD CENTER                     LEC ADDTN/DAKOTA             LEC             LEC
                               BOND                   1&2 REFINANCE               SVC CENTER               LIBRARY         CENTER         COURTS           WSC           COMM. CENTER             CELL BLOCK      CELL BLOCK
       YEAR                   (ISSUED)                   (ISSUED)                   (ISSUED)               (ISSUED)        (ISSUED)       ADDITION       ADDITION          (ISSUED) (1)            ADDITION        ADDITION
       2006                        3,599,415                       779,900              2,344,156                621,601       480,333             -              -                     454,205             -              -
       2007                        3,657,753                       260,100              2,345,694                622,885       480,083             -              -                   1,503,780             -              -
       2008                        3,685,309                       260,100              2,350,425                492,936       483,995             -              -                   1,040,874             -              -
       2009                        3,648,534                             -              2,353,244                      -       481,358             -              -                   1,038,946             -              -
       2010                        3,651,451                             -              2,354,150                      -       482,808       1,417,856      1,481,533                 1,031,395             -              -
       2011                                -                             -              1,750,813                      -       483,958       1,417,856      1,481,533                 1,026,212             -          828,593
       2012                                -                             -                      -                      -       484,226       1,417,856      1,481,533                 1,020,133             -          828,593
       2013                                -                             -                      -                      -       488,511       1,417,856      1,481,533                 1,016,294             -          828,593
       2014                                -                             -                      -                      -       487,373       1,417,856      1,481,533                 1,014,566             -          828,593
       2015                                -                             -                      -                      -       490,595       1,417,856      1,481,533                 1,008,552             -          828,593
       2016                                -                             -                      -                      -       492,900       1,417,856      1,481,533                 1,004,232             -          828,593
       2017                                -                             -                      -                      -       494,300       1,417,856      1,481,533                 1,001,033             -          828,593
       2018                                -                             -                      -                      -       494,765       1,417,856      1,481,533                   995,850       1,682,875        828,593
       2019                                -                             -                      -                      -       499,168       1,417,856      1,481,533                   989,092       1,682,875        828,593
       2020                                -                             -                      -                      -       502,375       1,417,856      1,481,533                   986,994       1,682,875        828,593
       2021                                -                             -                      -                      -       504,575       1,417,856      1,481,533                       -         1,682,875        828,593
       2022                                -                             -                      -                      -       505,738       1,417,856      1,481,533                       -         1,682,875        828,593
       2023                                -                             -                      -                      -       510,500       1,417,856      1,481,533                       -         1,682,875        828,593
       2024                                -                             -                      -                      -             -       1,417,856      1,481,533                       -         1,682,875        828,593
       2025                                -                             -                      -                      -             -       1,417,856      1,481,533                       -         1,682,875        828,593
       2026                                -                             -                      -                      -             -       1,417,856      1,481,533                       -         1,682,875        828,593
       2027                                -                             -                      -                      -             -       1,417,856      1,481,533                       -         1,682,875        828,593
       2028                                -                             -                      -                      -             -       1,417,856      1,481,533                       -         1,682,875        828,593

                                 18,242,462                    1,300,100              13,498,482               1,737,422     8,847,558      26,939,264    28,149,127                 15,132,159      18,511,625      14,914,674


(1) Dakota County will receive reimbursement from the Dakota Communications Center for bond repayment.




                                                                                                                                Debt 3
 Projected Debt Service
 Including Approved CIP Projects
continued




    Bond Type:
    CIP/Other              CIP                      CIP                        CIP                      CIP                    CIP                 CIP                  CIP                  CIP              CIP              Other
                                                  PUBLIC                  ROSEMOUNT                                                                                 LAKEVILLE                            Bridge Project        OPEN
                      JUVENILE CTR           SAFETY SUPPORT                 LIBRARY                 REFUNDING                 NSC                LIBRARY              LIBRARY             LIBRARY        TH 52/CSAH 46        SPACE              TOTAL
      YEAR               ADDITION                 CENTER                    (ISSUED)                (ISSUED) (1)            ADDITION            ADDITION             ADDITION             ADDITION         (ISSUED)           (ISSUED)        DEBT SERVICE
      2006                         -                           -                         -                       -                   -                    -                    -                   -                378,049       2,623,350       11,281,008
      2007                         -                           -                     194,667                     -                   -                    -                    -                   -                378,268       2,578,875       12,022,104
      2008                         -                           -                     492,900                 112,800                 -                    -                    -                   -                373,161       2,532,875       11,825,375
      2009                         -                           -                     538,600                 593,100                 -                    -                    -                   -                377,521       2,494,125       11,525,427
      2010                         -                       770,925                   538,000                 597,700                 -                    -                    -                   -                376,118       2,462,125       15,164,060
      2011                         -                       770,925                   537,000               1,126,234                 -                    -                    -                   -                374,143       2,431,500       12,228,767
      2012                         -                       770,925                   535,600               2,879,369                 -                    -                    -                   -                376,636       2,402,000       12,196,872
      2013                   1,018,712                     770,925                   533,800               2,881,369                 -                    -                    -                   -                373,593       2,383,125       13,194,310
      2014                   1,018,712                     770,925                   531,600               2,885,469                 -                    -                    -                   -                375,175               -       10,811,802
      2015                   1,018,712                     770,925                   533,900               2,891,469                 -                    -                319,906                 -                376,230               -       11,138,270
      2016                   1,018,712                     770,925                   530,700               2,889,369                 -                    -                319,906                 -                376,740               -       11,131,466
      2017                   1,018,712                     770,925                   532,000               2,894,069                 -                    -                319,906                 -                376,475               -       11,135,402
      2018                   1,018,712                     770,925                   532,700               2,910,069                 -                    -                319,906                 -                380,010               -       12,833,794
      2019                   1,018,712                     770,925                   527,900               2,922,069                 -                367,101              319,906                 -                372,710               -       13,198,439
      2020                   1,018,712                     770,925                   527,600               2,934,969           1,876,714              367,101              319,906                 -                375,010               -       15,091,163
      2021                   1,018,712                     770,925                   531,600               2,349,609           1,876,714              367,101              319,906                 -                376,710               -       13,526,709
      2022                   1,018,712                     770,925                   529,900               2,366,131           1,876,714              367,101              319,906                 -                377,633               -       13,543,616
      2023                   1,018,712                     770,925                   532,500               2,382,350           1,876,714              367,101              319,906             473,356              377,678               -       14,040,599
      2024                   1,018,712                     770,925                   529,400               2,393,100           1,876,714              367,101              319,906             473,356                    -               -       13,160,071
      2025                   1,018,712                     770,925                   530,600               2,414,281           1,876,714              367,101              319,906             473,356                    -               -       13,182,452
      2026                   1,018,712                     770,925                   531,000               2,430,575           1,876,714              367,101              319,906             473,356                    -               -       13,199,146
      2027                   1,018,712                     770,925                   535,500                     -             1,876,714              367,101              319,906             473,356                    -                       10,773,071
      2028                   1,018,712                     770,925                       -                       -             1,876,714              367,101              319,906             473,356                    -               -       10,237,571

                            16,299,392                14,647,575                 10,807,467              42,854,100           16,890,426            3,671,010            4,478,684           2,840,136          6,771,857        19,907,975      286,441,494


(1) Interest expense in first five years is partially offset by escrow account proceeds. The NSC and Inver Grove Heights/Lakeville Library bonds were refunded and will be paid off in five years




                                                                                                                                                 Debt 4
2007-2011 Capital Improvement Program
Long Range Facilities Planning

Every year a Long Range Facilities Plan is updated as part of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). This plan identifies
the need for additional capital projects during the next twenty-five (25) years. This is a planning document only and does not represent a
commitment to any project. All projects will be reviewed and considered on their own merit before including in the CIP. However, identifying these
projects now allows the County to do long range financial planning. Below is a list of the projects identified in the 2005 Long Range Facilities Plan.



Future Capital Projects Under Consideration
                                                                                         Estimated
                                               Year                                       Project
Project                                        Initiated                                   Cost                                     Funding

Park Maintenance Facility                      2009-2011                             $6.0 - $6.4 million                                 Bond

Juvenile Center Addition                       2012-2014                            $11.8 - $12.2 million                                Bond

Library Addition I                             2014-2016                             $3.7 - $3.9 million                                 Bond

LEC Cell Block Addition II                     2016-2018                            $19.5 - $19.7 million                                Bond

Library Addition II                            2018-2020                             $4.2 - $4.4 million                                 Bond

Northern Service Center Addition               2019-2021                            $15.1 - $15.3 million                                Bond

Library Addition III                           2022-2024                             $5.6 - $5.8 million                                 Bond

LEC Cell Block Addition III                    2026-2028                            $15.1 - $15.3 million                                Bond



                                                                           Debt 5
            CIP Bonding Authority Debt Service Schedule/Limit 2007-2026
   Year        Estimated Debt        Estimated Taxable        Estimated CIP                   Comments
                   Service*           Market Value **       Debt Service Limit***
     2007        12,022,104          45,448,901,576              24,392,425           Adopted Capital Budget
     2008        11,825,375          50,479,680,312              27,092,444           Projected debt service
     2009        11,525,427          56,067,320,355              30,091,331
     2010        15,164,060          62,273,461,169              33,422,167
     2011        12,228,767          69,166,565,148              37,121,696
     2012        12,196,872          76,822,672,846              41,230,729
     2013        13,194,310          85,326,241,812              45,794,594
     2014        10,811,802          94,771,078,279              50,863,638
     2015        11,138,270          105,261,371,969             56,493,778
     2016        11,131,466          116,912,845,458             62,747,124
     2017        11,135,402          129,854,030,758             69,692,658
     2018        12,833,794          144,227,687,196             77,407,000
     2019        13,198,439          160,192,376,259             85,975,248
     2020        15,091,163          177,924,210,743             95,491,924
     2021        13,526,709          197,618,797,521            106,062,009
     2022        13,543,616          219,493,395,366            117,802,105
     2023        14,040,599          243,789,311,612            130,841,724
     2024        13,160,071          270,774,564,115            145,324,709
     2025        13,182,452          300,746,837,861            161,410,828
     2026        13,199,146          334,036,768,848            179,277,534

* Includes all debt services per table D-1 In 2007-2011 Capital Improvement Program and does
   not include any estimates for future referendum-approved debt issues.
** The 10 year average annual increase from 1997-2006 was 11.1% These figures do not account for the elimination
   of Limited Market Value which may result in a greater rate of increase in the short-term.
*** Limit is based upon 0.05367% of Estimated Taxable Market Value.




                                                      Debt 6
                                                           DAKOTA COUNTY
                                                             MINNESOTA
                    COMPUTATION OF DIRECT, UNDERLYING AND OVERLAPPING BONDED DEBT
                                      GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS
                                            DECEMBER 31, 2005

                                                                       Gross GO Debt                       Applicable to Dakota County
                                                                                       1
Government Unit                                                         Outstanding                   Percent2               Amount

Direct:
Dakota County                                                      $          100,595,000              100.0 %           $     100,595,000
Underlying:
Dakota County CDA                                                  $          389,339,226              100.0 %           $     389,339,226
City of Apple Valley                                                           39,085,000              100.0                    39,085,000
City of Burnsville                                                             45,171,129              100.0                    45,171,129
City of Eagan                                                                  29,100,000              100.0                    29,100,000
City of Farmington                                                             24,720,000              100.0                    24,720,000
City of Hastings                                                               44,880,000               99.7                    44,745,360
City of Inver Grove Hts                                                        41,932,205              100.0                    41,932,205
City of Lakeville                                                              91,345,000              100.0                    91,345,000
City of Lilydale                                                                3,124,330              100.0                     3,124,330
City of Mendota Heights                                                         7,435,000              100.0                     7,435,000
City of Northfield                                                             58,908,928                1.6                       942,543
City of Rosemount                                                              29,835,000              100.0                    29,835,000
City of South St. Paul                                                         14,495,600              100.0                    14,495,600
City of Vermillion                                                                710,000              100.0                       710,000
City of West St. Paul                                                          15,261,000              100.0                    15,261,000
Marshan Township                                                                   15,735              100.0                        15,735
Ravenna Township                                                                   38,261              100.0                        38,261
Special S.D. #6 (South St Paul)                                                27,030,000              100.0                    27,030,000
Ind. S.D. #191 (Burnsville)                                                    60,265,000               86.2                    51,948,430
Ind. S.D. #192 (Farmington)                                                   204,426,591              100.0                   204,426,591
Ind. S.D. #194 (Lakeville)                                                    233,649,983               88.4                   206,546,585
Ind. S.D. #195 (Randolph)                                                      11,545,000              100.0                    11,545,000
Ind. S.D. #196 (Rosemount)                                                    190,473,548              100.0                   190,473,548
Ind. S.D. #197 (W. St. Paul)                                                   56,200,000              100.0                    56,200,000
Ind. S.D. #199 (Inver Grove Hts.)                                              46,955,000              100.0                    46,955,000
Ind. S.D. #200 (Hastings)                                                      79,690,000               90.0                    71,721,000
Ind. S.D. #252 (Cannon Falls)                                                   2,070,000                3.9                        80,730
Ind. S.D. #659 (Northfield)                                                    69,085,000               14.6                    10,086,410
        Total underlying debt                                      $        1,816,786,536                                $   1,654,308,683
Overlapping:
                                                                                               3
Metropolitan Council (Pks & Solid Waste)                           $           21,145,000               15.3 %           $       3,232,220
Metropolitan Transit Commission                                               203,365,000               16.7                    34,030,130
        Total overlapping debt                                     $          224,510,000                                $      37,262,350
                        Total debt                                 $        2,141,891,536                                $   1,792,166,033

1
    The Gross G.O. Debt Outstanding includes that portion of debt which is secured by the authority to levy taxes on
    real estate.
2
    Determined by ratio of assessed valuation of property subject to taxation in overlapping unit to valuation of property
    subject to taxation in reporting unit.
3
    The Metropolitan Council also has outstanding $770,637,216 of general obligation sanitary sewer bonds and loans
    which are supported by system revenues.




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Dakota County Regional Railroad Authority (RRA) Activities Shown in the
2007-2011 Dakota County Capital Program



Cedar Avenue Bus Rapid Transit Phase I Activities

Bus rapid transit is being developed as a public transit solution to address highway capacity issues in the Cedar Avenue corridor.
Cedar Avenue is frequently at full capacity as evidenced by the recurrent vehicle congestion in the morning peak hours. In
recognition of this problem and in response to the Minnesota Legislature, a transitway study was undertaken of the corridor
extending from the Mall of America to the transit station in Apple Valley and beyond to 215th Street in Lakeville. Bus rapid transit was
selected as the transportation mode of choice for implementation in the corridor.

The following are Phase I activities necessary to implement bus rapid transit solutions in the corridor. All activities and cost
estimates are shown with the exception of CSAH 23 shoulder and highway improvements. These are shown in the County
Transportation CIP-Roads Section because they are improvements to the highway. All cost estimates are 2006 estimates.



Project Management
Phase I estimated costs to conduct Cedar Avenue BRT Project Management include:

Year   Activity               Cost                   Funding Source                 Lead Agency
2007   Project Mgmt           $100,000               State                          Dakota County
       Project Mgmt           $500,000 (1)           RRA Budget                     Dakota County
2008   Project Mgmt           $100,000               State                          Dakota County
2009   Project Mgmt           $100,000               State                          Dakota County
2010   Project Mgmt           $100,000               State                          Dakota County
       Total                  $900,000

   (1) The RRA 2007 Budget contribution is shown as project management and matching funds for Federal and State funds. The
   County share could be reduced and the State could be increased dependent upon State eligibility.




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Apple Valley Transit Center
Phase I estimated costs to expand the park-and-ride capacity and improve BRT access at the Apple Valley Transit Center include
the following:

Year   Activity               Cost                   Funding Source                Lead Agency
2007   Design & Constr.       $12,700,000 (2)        State                         MVTA/Apple Valley
       Total                  $12,700,000

   (2) The estimate is the midpoint of an estimated range.



Cedar Grove Station
Phase I estimated costs to develop the Cedar Grove Station, develop access to Cedar Avenue and Trunk Highway 13, and reorient
the existing MVTA service to the station.. Phase I includes preliminary engineering for long-range planning. Implementation is to
occur in Phase III and Phase IV. CMAQ (Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality) funding is requested from the TEA-21 Federal funding
solicitation.

Year   Activity               Cost                   Funding Source                Lead Agency
2007   Prelim. Planning       $ 637,000              State                         MVTA/Eagan
2007   Design & Const.        $3,527,000             State                         MVTA/Eagan
       Total                  $4,164,000




Lakeville Park-and-Ride Station
Phase I estimated costs to develop a park-and-ride transit station and extend express bus service to the vicinity of 185th Street in
Lakeville.

Year   Activity               Cost                   Funding Source                Lead Agency
2007   Land Acquisition       $1,000,000             80% Fed/20% State             MVTA/Lakeville
2009   Design & Constr.       $3,007,000             80% Fed/20% State             MVTA/Lakeville
       Total                  $4,007,000




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Palomino Drive Park-and-Ride Station
Phase I estimated costs for concept planning and developing cost estimates for access improvements at the Palomino Park-and-
Ride Station. This activity will require a future RRA (Regional Railroad Authority) revision of the Implementation Plan for Phase II.

Year   Activity               Cost                   Funding Source                Lead Agency
2007   Plan & Cost Est.       $50,000                State                         MVTA/Apple Valley
       Total                  $50,000




CSAH 23 Shoulders (For information only)
The project includes Phase I estimated costs to conduct preliminary engineering for the CSAH 23 corridor including coordination of
BRT shoulders with highway improvements through Apple Valley and Lakeville. Highway improvements associated with BRT were
submitted for SAFETEA-LU Federal funds. All activities are shown within the Roads CIP section of the Transportation CIP page
Roads 34 and include the following:

Year   Activity               Cost                          Funding Source                 Lead Agency
2007   Final Design/ROW       $ 500,000 (*)                 80% Fed/20% State              Dakota County
2008   Bus Shoulder Const.    $5,815,000 (**)               80% Fed/20% State              Dakota County
       Total                  $6,315,000

   (*) Cost for final design only.
   (**) Does not include any potential highway improvements.




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Robert Street Transit Feasibility Study

The Robert Street Corridor Transitway is a corridor on or parallel to U.S. Highway 52 and Robert Street from within the City of Saint
Paul to Dakota County Road 42 in Rosemount. The Metropolitan Council estimates that in the corridor, population will increase 33
percent and employment will increase 42 percent by 2030. State legislative interest in exploring the development of a transitway in
the corridor resulted in an appropriation of $500,000 to conduct a feasibility study.

The study is a high level review of the feasibility for transitway development and an assessment of all reasonable alternatives for
transit service improvements along the corridor. The study will generate information necessary for the transitway’s inclusion regional
transportation/ transit plans that is consistent with federal transit and environmental requirements.

Year   Activity               Cost                  Funding Source                Lead Agency
2007   Study work             $450,000              State                         DCRRA
2007   Project management     $ 50,000              State                         DCRRA
       Total                  $500,000




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        2007 - 2011 CIP - RRA
PAGE        PROJECT             ROAD/             SEGMENT (FROM/TO)              PROJECT DESCRIPTION              PROJECT LOCATION              ANNUAL        FEDERAL        STATE          METRO    COUNTY        TOTAL LIFE  LEAD  PROJECT
  #           NO.              BUILDING                                                                                                          COST                                       SHARE     COST       PROJECT COST AGENCY  NOTES

       2007 Section
Rail 1 Cedar BRT            TH 77/CSAH 23 Cedar Ave BRT                      Phase #1                          Apple Valley, Eagan, Lakeville      600,000            -           100,000        -     500,000      21,921,000 Multiple   1, 2, 3
Rail 2 Robert Street        TH 3/TH 52    St. Paul to CSAH 42                Transitway                        IGH, R'mount, WSP                   500,000            -           500,000        -         -           500,000 Multiple   1, 2, 3
                                          Total for 2007                                                                                         1,100,000            -           600,000        -     500,000      22,421,000
       2008 Section
Rail 1 Cedar BRT            TH 77/CSAH 23 Cedar Ave BRT                      Phase #1                          Apple Valley, Eagan, Lakeville      100,000            -           100,000        -         -        21,921,000 Multiple   1, 2, 3
                                          Total for 2008                                                                                           100,000            -           100,000        -         -        21,921,000
       2009 Section
Rail 1 Cedar BRT            TH 77/CSAH 23 Cedar Ave BRT                      Phase #1                          Apple Valley, Eagan, Lakeville    3,107,000     2,405,600          701,400        -         -        21,921,000 Multiple   1, 2, 3
                                          Total for 2009                                                                                         3,107,000     2,405,600          701,400        -         -        21,921,000
       2010 Section
Rail 1 Cedar BRT            TH 77/CSAH 23 Cedar Ave BRT                      Phase #1                          Apple Valley, Eagan, Lakeville      100,000            -           100,000        -         -        21,921,000 Multiple   1, 2, 3, 4, 5
                                          Total for 2010                                                       Apple Valley, Eagan, Lakeville      100,000            -           100,000        -         -        21,921,000
       2011 Section
                                             Total for 2011                                                                                             -             -               -          -         -               -

                                                                                                                                                ANNUAL                                      METRO    COUNTY          TAX          END
                                                                                                                           YEAR                  COST         FEDERAL        STATE          SHARE     COST          LEVY        BALANCE
                                                                                                                                     2007        1,100,000           -         600,000           -     500,000             -         -
                                                                                                                                     2008          100,000           -         100,000           -         -               -         -
                                                                                                                                     2009        3,107,000     2,405,600       701,400           -         -               -         -
                                                                                                                                     2010          100,000           -         100,000           -         -               -         -
                                                                                                                                     2011              -             -             -             -         -               -         -
                                                                                                                          2007-2011 TOTAL        4,407,000     2,405,600     1,501,400           -     500,000             -

Project Notes
(1) Funds shown under "Other" are desingated for project management, preliminary planning, concept planning, cost estimating, and Federal and State fund matching requirements.
(2) Funds shown under "New Construction" are designated for desing and construction use.
(3) The lead agencies include:
   a) Dakota County for project management'
   b) MVTA and Apple Valley for Apple Valley Transit Center park and ride expansion and BRT access design and construction;
   c) MVTA and Eagan for Cedar Grove station development design and construction;
   d) MVTA and Lakeville for park and ride transit station and express bus service extension design, construction and land acquisition; and
   e) MVTA and Apple Valley for Palomino Park and Ride access improvements, concept plan and cost estimate.




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        2007 REGIONAL RAIL CAPITAL BUDGET
                         and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                               Department:         Regional Rail
Cedar Avenue Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Phase I to include: 1) Project Management; 2) Expansion of
                                                                                                           Project Location:
park and ride capacity and improvement of BRT access at the Apple Valley Transit Center; 3)                                    Apple Valley, Eagan, Lakeville
Development of the Cedar Grove Station and reorientation of existing MVTA service to the station; 4)       Project Descr:      Phase #1
Development of a park and ride transit station and extended bus service to the vicinity of 180th Street in Center No:          Cedar BRT
Lakeville; and 5) Concept planning and cost estimates for Palomino Park and Ride access                    Useful Life:        20 years
improvements. Cost estimates are in 2006 dollars. Improvements to the CSAH 23 shoulders are shown Project Type:                New
in the Transportation CIP.                                                                                 Priority:           High
                                                                                                           III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                           None. All station, park and ride facilities and bus service will be
II. Purpose and Justification:                                                                             operated and maintained by the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority.
Implementation of Cedar Avenue BRT Phase I including project management, park and ride expansion,
BRT access, station development, preliminary engineering, long-range planning, extension of express
bus service, concept planning, and cost estimate development. The Dakota County 2025 Transportation
Plan identifies that the current and future investments within the corridor are beyond transportation   IV. Effect on County Revenues:
revenues identified within the plan. However, the project is being implemented with the availability of Increase tof $3,205,600 Federal and $17,615,400 State occurred in
funds. The project is consistent with the Plan's Performance Measure of "Complete remaining phases of 2006.
environmental study, preliminary engineering, short-term transit improvements, final design and
construction of Bus Rapid Transit."

    Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                      Beyond            Total
                                Revenues               2007                2008               2009               2010               2011           2011            Project
Property Tax                         $500,000           $500,000                                                                                                   $1,000,000
Federal                              $800,000                                                 $2,405,600                                                           $3,205,600
State/Metro                       $16,714,000            $100,000            $100,000          $701,400            $100,000                                       $17,715,400
Other
          Total                   $18,014,000            $600,000            $100,000         $3,107,000           $100,000                                       $21,921,000
         Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                      Beyond            Total
      Expenditures              Revenues               2007                2008               2009               2010               2011           2011            Project
Land Acquisition                   $1,000,000                                                                                                                      $1,000,000
New Construction                  $16,227,000                                                 $3,007,000                                                          $19,234,000
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                               $787,000             $600,000            $100,000          $100,000            $100,000                                        $1,687,000
           Total                  $18,014,000            $600,000            $100,000         $3,107,000           $100,000                                       $21,921,000



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        2007 REGIONAL RAIL CAPITAL BUDGET
                         and 2007 - 2011 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS
I. Description and Location:                                                                                Department:         Regional Rail
The Robert Street Transitway Feasibility Study is a high level review of the feasibility for transitway
                                                                                                            Project Location:
development and an assessment of all reasonable alternatives for transit service improvements along                          IGH, R'mount, WSP
the Robert Street corridor. The study will generate information necessary for the transitway's inclusion in Project Descr:   Transitway
regional transportation and transit plans that is consistent with federal transit and environmental         Center No:       Robert Street
requirements. The Robert Street Transitway is a corridor on or parallel to Trunk Highway 52 and Trunk Useful Life:           20 years
Highway 3 (Robert Street) between St. Paul and Rosemount.                                                   Project Type:    New
                                                                                                           Priority:         Medium
                                                                                                           III. Impact on Operating and Maintenance Costs:
                                                                                                           None.
II. Purpose and Justification:
The feasibility study is a necessary step in the development of the corridor for inclusion in the 2030
regional transit system plan. The study will determine the purpose and need for the project; identification
of the appropriate corridor alignment and alternate transportation improvements; and an assessment of
potential transit technologies for the corridor.                                                            IV. Effect on County Revenues:
                                                                                                           None.




    Project Revenues           Prior to 2007                                                                                                    Beyond        Total
                                Revenues                2007                2008               2009                2010              2011        2011        Project
Property Tax
Federal
State/Metro                                              $500,000                                                                                             $500,000
Other
          Total                                          $500,000                                                                                             $500,000
         Project               Prior to 2007                                                                                                    Beyond        Total
      Expenditures              Revenues                2007                2008               2009                2010              2011        2011        Project
Land Acquisition
New Construction
Modifications/Repairs
Consulting Services
Other                                                    $500,000                                                                                             $500,000
           Total                                         $500,000                                                                                             $500,000



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