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					                       The Municipality of Marmora and Lake
                             2011 Budget Summary

        Budget Summary                          2010 Budget                2011 Budget
        Total Operating Budget                    $5,265,042                 $5,390,965
        Total Capital Budget                        $967,500                 $1,940,000
        Total Budget                              $6,232,542                 $7,330,965
        Tax Levy                                 ($2,402,100)               ($2,495,700)
        Tax Rate                                  0.583363 %                 0.549071%


                          2010 Budget Overview and Highlights

•   The 2011 budget provides for a 2.4% tax rate increase, before taking into account the effects of
    the reassessment phase in. This compares to a 1.5% increase in 2010.

•   The 2.4% tax rate increase is equal to the Consumer Price Increase (the rate of inflation) in
    2010.

•   The actual tax rate for 2011 decreases by 5.9% to 0.549071% from 0.583363% in 2010.

•   The 2010 operating surplus of $25000. will be carried forward to the 2011 budget.

•   Total taxable assessment in 2011 is $449,562,781., an increase of 10.6% over the
    $406,506,226. taxable assessment in 2010.

•   The assessment growth of 1.5% in 2010 will generate $36,000. of tax revenue in 2011.

•   In 2011, for homes with the following assessed values, the tax levels amounts to:

Assessment 10/11               2010 tax         2011 tax    Increase     Increase/Month
$121640./$132330.                        709.60      726.60        17.00           $1.42
$243,280./264660.                      1,419.20    1,453.20        34.00           $2.84
$364,920./396990.                      2,128.80    2,179.80        51.00           $4.26


•   The 2011 tax per $100,000. of assessed value amounts to $549.07 compared to $583.36 in
    2010.

•   Most of the user fees will remain at 2010 levels. The user fees are comparable with fees
       charged by neighbouring municipalities and increases are not warranted for 2011. An
       exception to this is the Booster Park Campground fees which were increased for 2011 by
       Council in 2010.

   •   The Special Capital Levy will remain at $30.00 per property in 2011 and will be applied
       towards the cost of a new Mid Sized Dump/Plow Truck to be purchased in 2011.

   •   The budget reflects the new rate structure for water and sewer services adopted by Council in
       January 2011. The new structure introduces a fixed monthly rate plus a water usage charge for
       water services and a surcharge of 85% of the total water bill for sewer services. In 2011, the
       monthly water bill for a residential customer will be $13.66 plus $1.41 per m3 of water
       consumption. This will compare to a flat rate of $41.70 per month in 2010.

   •   As indicated above, the charge for sewer services will be calculated at 85% of the total water
       bill in 2011, compared to a flat rate of $31.00 per month in 2010.

   •   Water and sewer charges will be billed separately in 2011 and as a result, the charges will not
       appear on the tax bill as they have in past years.

   •   The Rural Garbage Collection Fee will remain at $35.00 per annum in 2011.

   •   The 2011 OMPF grant will be $1,113,000., down $57,700. from the $1,170,700 received in
       2010. The OMPF grant also decreased by $56,000 in 2010.

   •   The County and Education tax rates are not available at this time.

   •   Water and Sewer charges have been added as a new expenditure line in municipal facilities
       budgets.

   •   2011 is the final year of the four year phase in of the pay plan adopted by Council in 2008.

Operating Summary
Department                    2010 Budget         2010 Actual              2011 Budget
General Government                    $1,204,754               $1,183,712           $1,276,140
Protective Services                   $1,015,636               $1,017,700           $1,032,185
Transportation Services               $1,166,204               $1,142,648           $1,085,900
Environmental Services                $1,120,710               $1,346,732           $1,253,150
Medical Centre                           $67,500                  $64,605              $53,700
Parks/Rec & Other                       $209,885                 $221,861             $242,480
Arena                                   $283,690                 $271,394             $275,735
Marmora Cemetery                         $16,700                  $17,087              $15,450
Library                                  $87,110                  $77,686              $47,000
Planning & Econ Dev                      $92,853                 $117,009             $109,235
Total                                 $5,265,042               $5,460,433           $5,390,975
Direct Revenues                      ($1,414,242)             ($1,649,228)         ($1,501,275)
Net Expenditures                      $3,850,800               $3,811,205           $3,889,700
General Government Summary
                               2010 Budget         2010 Actual             2011 Budget
 Council                                  $69,714                 $60,899               $67,145
 General Administration                $1,135,040              $1,122,813           $1,208,995
 Total                                 $1,204,754              $1,183,712           $1,276,140
 Revenues                                ($10,000)               ($47,006)             ($19,000)
 Net Expenditures                      $1,194,754              $1,136,705           $1,257,140


   •   The provision for capital levy in the 2011 budget is $700,000., an increase of $58,000 from the
       $642,000. in the 2010 budget.

   •   The capital levy represents funds raised through the general tax levy and the special capital
       charge to support the current year capital budget.

   •   The general contingency budget for 2011 is at $45,000., an increase of $10,000. over the 2010
       provision.

Protective Services Summary
                              2010 Budget         2010 Actual             2011 Budget
Fire                                   $212,050                $211,144              $214,200
Building General                         $60,000                 $77,616               $75,000
Police                                 $663,600                $647,926              $663,600
CVCA                                     $57,050                 $57,001               $59,765
MRCA                                      $8,436                  $8,435                $8,620
By-Law Enforcement                            $0                    $339                    $0
Animal Control                           $10,000                 $12,846                $8,500
911/Community Concerns                    $1,500                  $1,068                    $0
Emergency Measures                        $3,000                  $1,323                $2,500
Total                                 $1,015,636              $1,017,700           $1,032,185
Revenues                                ($69,000)               ($95,901)             ($82,500)
Net Expenditures                       $946,636                $921,798              $949,685




   •   The fire budget for 2011, at 214,200, is approximately the same as the 2010 budget.
  •   Funds are provided in the 2011 fire budget for Ice Water/Water Rescue Training.

  •   The building budget includes funds for a full time Building Inspector/By-Law Officer effective
      April 1, 2011. It is anticipated that once the Inspector is hired, the CBO will work 3 days per
      week rather than 4 and that the new Inspector will eventually move into the CBO position,
      once fully qualified.

  •   The budget for Police is $663,600, the same as in 2010, and reflects the 2011 estimate the OPP
      provided to us in January 2011.

  •   The budget for CVCA is at $59, 765, an increase of 4.8% over the $57,000 budget in 2010.

  •   The MRCA budget of $8620 was approved by Council in January and represents an increase
      of 2.1% over the 2010 budget of $8436.


Transportation Services Summary
                               2010 Budget         2010 Actual             2011 Budget
Transportation                          $588,004                $567,180              $590,900
Bridges and Culverts                      $20,000                 $17,361              $20,000
Mowing                                     $7,000                  $2,538               $7,000
Brushing                                  $15,000                 $19,574              $15,000
Ditching                                   $5,000                  $7,793               $6,500
Storm Drains                              $10,000                 $15,292              $15,000
Hartop Patching                            $5,000                  $5,652               $6,000
Hardtop Sweeping                          $20,000                 $22,063              $20,000
Hardtop Resurfacing                            $0                      $0                   $0
Hardtop Line Painting                      $7,500                  $8,840              $10,000
Loosetop Grading                          $35,000                 $28,886              $35,000
Loosetop Dust Control                     $20,000                 $20,028              $50,000
Shoulder Clean-Up                              $0                  $2,268               $2,000
Snow Plow- Contract                     $195,000                $194,715               $64,000
Urban Snow Removal                        $16,000                 $15,906              $16,000
Sanding/Salting                         $150,000                $149,788              $150,000
Safety Devices - Signs                    $10,000                  $7,486              $10,000
Sidewalks                                      $0                      $0               $5,000
Connecting Link Main                      $10,000                  $7,885              $10,000
Marmora Lights                            $45,000                 $41,149              $45,000
Riverview Pines Lights                     $2,200                  $2,449               $2,500
Deloro Lights                              $2,500                  $2,552               $2,500
Traffic Lights                             $2,000                  $2,244               $2,500
Centre Hastings Public Transit             $1,000                  $1,000               $1,000
Total                                  $1,166,204              $1,142,648           $1,085,900
Revenues                                  ($3,700)                ($5,194)             ($3,650)
Net Expenditures                       $1,162,504              $1,137,454           $1,082,250

  •   The net operating budget for Transportation Services is estimated to be $1,082,250 down
    $80,254 from the $1,162,504 budgeted in 2010.

•   Winter control budgets for 2011 have been set at $230,000, down from $361,000 in 2010, a
    reduction of $131,000. This reduction reflects the fact that in 2010 we experienced moderate
    winter conditions. In addition, in the fall of 2010, the number of contract snow vehicles was
    reduced from 2 to 1 contract vehicle.

•   As a result of the factors identified above, a contribution to the winter control reserve of
    $140,000 will be made in 2010, assuming the municipality is in an overall surplus position.
    This will bring the total winter control reserve to approximatley $200,000 at the end of 2010.

•   The 2011 winter control budgets assumed we will eliminate the final contract snow plow
    vehicle and do this work in house at a projected savings of $16,000 in 2011 and an annual
    savings of approximately $60,000 per year once the new plow vehicle has been fully paid in
    five years.

•   The dust control budget increases to $50,000 from $20,000 in 2010. A large percentage of the
    gravel roadways in the municipality were re-covered in 2010 as part of the major Roadway
    Improvement Project. The fresh gravel for the 2010 budget will need dust control treatment in
    2011.

•   The 2011 budget once again provides a $1,000 contribution for he Central Hastings Public
    Transit Services.
Environmental Services Summary

Landfill Services Summary
                             2010 Budget        2010 Actual            2011 Budget
Landfill Site                         $177,110               $360,621             $142,300
Waste Collection                       $90,000                $93,795              $95,000
Recycling Services                     $67,100                $65,470              $69,000
Total                                 $334,210               $519,886             $306,300
Revenues                             ($239,300)             ($426,005)           ($207,600)
Net Expenditures                       $94,910                $93,880              $98,700


  •   Total waste services expenditures to decrease to $306,300 in 2011, down from $334,210 or
      $27,910 in 2010.

  •   The first payment of $6000 on the crawler/loader was made in January 2011 and the
      municipality is in the process now of going out for tender on a new Crawler/Loader.

  •   As a result of higher than anticipated revenues at the landfill in 2010, a contribution of
      $195,000 will be made to the Landfill Reserve assuming the municipality finishes the year in
      an overall surplus position. This will bring the reserve to in excess of $400,000.


Water Services Summary
                             2010 Budget             2010 Actual                2011 Budget
Water Services                                 $0                         $0                     $0
Deloro Water Treatment                    $30,650                    $32,835                $31,000
Deloro Water Distribution                  $1,500                      ($352)                $1,500
Marmora Water Treatment                  $377,195                   $402,055               $470,850
Marmora Water Distribution                $15,000                    $25,800                $11,000
OSWAP 2                                   $40,000                    $42,049                $40,000
Total                                    $464,345                   $502,388               $554,350
Revenues                                ($464,345)                 ($466,084)             ($554,350)
Net Expenditures                               $0                    $36,304                     $0
Sewer Services Summary
                              2010 Budget             2010 Actual                2011 Budget
Sewage Services                                 $0                         $0                     $0
Deloro Sewer Treatment                      $2,000                     $8,660                 $8,000
Marmora Sewer Treatment                   $318,155                   $310,460               $383,500
Marmora Sewer Collection                    $1,000                     $4,684                     $0
Marmora Storm Sewer                             $0                         $0                     $0
COMRIF Marmora Sewer                            $0                         $0                     $0
Total                                     $321,155                   $323,804               $391,500
Revenues                                 ($321,155)                 ($318,935)             ($391,500)
Net Expenditures                                $0                     $4,869                     $0

  •   The budget reflects the new rate structure for water and sewer services adopted by Council in
      January 2011. The new structure introduces a fixed monthly rate plus a water usage charge for
      water services and a surcharge of 85% of the total water bill for sewer services. In 2011, the
      monthly water bill for a residential customer will be $13.66 plus $1.41 per m3 of water
      consumption. This will compare to a flat rate of $41.70 per month in 2010.

  •   As indicated above, the charge for sewer services will be calculated at 85% of the total water
      bill in 2011, compared to a flat rate of $31.00 per month in 2010.

  •   Water and sewer charges will be billed separately in 2011 and as a result, the charges will not
      appear on the tax bill as they have in past years.

Parks, Recreation and Other Facilities Summary
                              2010 Budget        2010 Actual                  2011 Budget
Municipal Parks                        $119,455                     $129,097             $146,325
Legion Park                                $500                           $0                  $200
Memorial Park                              $400                         $845                $2,000
Fairgrounds                              $1,600                       $1,812                $1,600
Curling Rink                             $5,000                       $5,801                $6,000
Deloro Park/Rec                          $3,000                       $3,976                $3,000
Deloro Hall                              $6,250                       $5,356                $7,150
Town Hall                               $18,930                      $15,634               $22,700
Booster Park                            $11,500                      $20,384               $10,800
Crossing Guards                          $5,000                       $5,083                $5,300
Swimming Programs                       $14,535                      $15,965               $16,625
Ball                                       $500                           $0                    $0
Memorial Building                       $19,165                      $13,978               $20,380
Train Station                              $250                         $299                    $0
Teen Dances                              $3,000                       $3,235                    $0
Halloween/Easter                           $800                         $396                  $400
Total                                  $209,885                     $221,861             $242,480
Revenues                               ($40,900)                    ($44,748)             ($41,525)
Net Expenditures                       $168,985                     $177,113             $200,955
Arena/Dr. Crawford Community Hall Summary
                             2010 Budget        2010 Actual            2011 Budget
Expenditures                          $283,690               $271,394             $275,735
Revenues                             ($153,700)             ($126,674)           ($131,600)
Net Expenditures                      $129,990               $144,719             $144,135


  •   The salaries and wages for Arena/Parks in 2011 have been allocated to various accounts based
      upon the 2010 actual experience.

  •   The municipal parks budget includes maintenance and repair work to various municipal
      facilities in addition to regular maintenance activities.

  •   Arena expenditures remain essentially at 2010 levels.

  •   The $400,000 RINC project has now been completed and the Arena has been upgraded with
      energy efficient equipment and lighting, together with many other functional and cosmetic
      improvements.

  •   The budget once again includes $9,000 revenue from the Curling Club for maintaining the
      Curling Club ice.

  •   The arena budget includes $17,400 debt services for the Zamboni purchased in 2008. This will
      be an annual amount until 2013 when the Zamboni will be fully paid.
Cemetery Summary
                            2010 Budget        2010 Actual                   2011 Budget
Expenditures                          $16,700                     $17,087                   $15,450
Revenues                             ($16,700)                   ($18,386)                 ($15,450)
Net Expenditures                           $0                     ($1,299)                       $0

  •   The cemetery budget in 2011, at $15,450 provides for the same level of maintenance and
      improvements as in 2010. A contribution of $7,450 for the cemetery reserve will be required to
      fully fund 2011 operations




Library Summary
                             2010 Budget        2010 Actual                   2011 Budget
Expenditures                           $87,110                     $77,686                  $47,000
Revenues                              ($41,457)                   ($25,712)                      $0
Net Expenditures                       $45,653                     $51,974                  $47,000

  •   The library budget for 2011 had not been approved by the Library Board at the time of printing
      this document. The budget has been included at $47,000, a 3% increase over the $45,653
      budget in 2010, based upon discussion with the Library CEO.
Medical Centre Summary
                             2010 Budget        2010 Actual                     2011 Budget
Expenditures                           $67,500                      $64,605                    $53,700
Revenues                              ($43,885)                    ($44,380)                  ($47,100)
Net Expenditures                       $23,615                      $20,225                     $6,600


  •   The net budget for the Medical Centre in 2011 is estimated at $6600, down from the $23,615
      net in 2010.

  •   The final payment under the municipal agreement with the two new doctors, in the amount of
      $25,000, was paid in 2010.

  •   Dr. Holowaty opened her practice in family medicine on February 22, 2011.

  •   Dr. Muscat will begin her practice at the Medical Centre in early 2012.

  •   The main and lower floors of the facility are now fully occupied for medical and medical
      related services.

  •   The 2011 budget includes $16,000 for debt service, with the last payment to be made in 2013.




Planning and Economic Development Summary
                             2010 Budget        2010 Actual                 2011 Budget
Econ Dev/Tourism                       $84,353                    $109,753             $101,235
Planning & Zoning                        $3,500                     $4,256               $5,000
Trails                                   $5,000                     $3,000               $3,000
Total                                  $92,853                    $117,009             $109,235
Revenues                              ($10,100)                   ($30,202)             ($7,000)
Net Expenditures                       $82,753                     $86,807             $102,235
  •   The net budget for Planning and Economic Development Services is at $102,235 up from
    $82,753 in 2010.

•   The Economic Development/Tourism Coordinator successfully applied for $50,250 in grants
    in 2010, with a further $183,000 in applications currently under review.

•   The Coordinator was promoted on January 1st 2011 to the position of Manager of Economic
    Development/Tourism/Deputy CAO. In this new position the manager will provide leadership
    and support to a number of corporate administrative issues.
                         Municipality of Marmora and Lake
                    2010 Capital Projects Carried Forward to 2011

•   Medical Centre Renovation – complete renovations for the new Doctors

•   Booster Park Washroom – deferred to 2011

•   Sauna Road Turnaround – deferred to 2011

•   Garage – Environmental Services Department

•   Landfill Operations and Development Plan – On-going

•   Deloro Landfill Closure Plan – On-going

•   ICSP – On-going

•   Lake Capacity Study – On-going
                        THE MUNICIPALITY OF MARMORA AND LAKE
                             2010 CAPITAL BUDGET SUMMARY
                                          ($000)

 Department                          Total Budget     Revenues                        Capital Levy
 Administration & Facilities                    335.0                          55.0                     280.0
 Fire Services                                  325.0                         225.0                     100.0
 Transportation Services                        895.0                         575.0                     320.0
 Environmental Services                         380.0                         380.0                       0.0
 Economic Dev/Tourism                             5.0                           5.0                       0.0
 Tax Rate                                     1,940.0                       1,240.0                     700.0

Administration and Facilities
Administration and Facilities Total Budget      Revenues                                 Capital Levy
Computer/Server                            10.0                                                          10.0
Energy Conservation                         5.0                                                           5.0
Accessibility                              10.0                                                          10.0
Facilities Upgrade Reserve               200.0                                                          200.0
Booster Park Washroom                      55.0 Booster Park Reserve 33.0 Parks Res 22.0                  0.0
Fairgrounds/Train Station                   5.0                                                           5.0
Memorial Building Roof                     10.0                                                          10.0
Medical Centre Renovations                 30.0                                                          30.0
Medical Centre Windows                     10.0                                                          10.0
Total                                    335.0                                    55.0                  280.0

   •   A provision of $10,000 is included for a new server at the Municipal Office. Backup
       procedures and practices will also be examined as part of our emergency management
       processes.

   •   A total of $15,000 has been included for energy conservation and accessibility improvements
       to facilities.

   •   A further provision of $200,000 to the facilities upgrade reserve, bringing the total in the
       reserve to $400,000. It is anticipated the expansion to the Deloro Works site will proceed in
       2011, with the building of the office space and vehicle storage areas. Once completed,
       Transportation Services will move to Deloro. This will be followed by a transfer of the Fire
       Department to the current Works Garage and Arena/Parks staff moving to the Fire Hall.

   •   The $55,000 for Booster Park is to replace the washroom and showers with a new accessible
       facility. The new facility will provide additional washroom and shower capacity to better serve
       the needs of patrons.

   •   A provision of $5000 has been included for minor improvements at the Fairgrounds and
       additional painting at the Train Station.

   •   There is $10,000 provided in the budget for roof repairs at the Memorial Building.
   •   An additional $30,000 is included to complete and fund the renovation at the Medical Centre
       for the new tenants downstairs and the doctors on the main level.

   •   The Medical Centre windows are in need of replacement and $10,000 has been included to
       begin a replacement program.

Fire Services
 Fire                             Total Budget     Revenues               Capital Levy
 Truck 502 Complete Funding                  100.0                                                 100.0
 Pumper/TankerTruck                          225.0 10 year debt 225.0                                0.0
 Total                                       325.0                  225.0                          100.0

   •   There is a provision of $100,000 to complete the funding of truck 502, the mini pumper that
       was purchased in 2003, but not fully funded.

   •   It is proposed that a new Pumper/Tanker truck be purchased at a cost of $225,000 to replace
       the 1992 Pumper/Tanker currently in service. A 10 year loan will be arranged to fund the
       purchase, with annual debt service costs of $27,000 beginning in 2012. The vehicle will be
       ordered in late summer or early fall with delivery to coincide with the move of the Fire Hall to
       the current Transportation Facility.

Transportation Services
 Transportation Services      Total Budget      Revenues              Capital Levy
 Tandum Dump. Plow Truck                 200.0 5 year debt 200.0                                     0.0
 Mid Sized Plow/Dump Truck               110.0                                                     110.0
 Gawley Bridge                           175.0 Gas Tax 175.0                                         0.0
 Surface Treatment New and Existing      400.0 Gas Tax 200.0                                       200.0
 Sauna Road Turnafround                    10.0                                                     10.0
 Total                                   895.0                  575.0                              320.0

   •   The budget includes $200,000 for a new Tandem/Dump/Plow truck to be delivered in the fall
       of 2011. With the arrival of this new vehicle, the municipality will be able to eliminate contract
       winter control trucks, beginning in the fall of 2011, at a savings of $16,000 in 2011 and an
       annual savings of $60,000 once the vehicle has been fully paid in five years.

   •   A provision of $110,000 has been included for a new mid-sized Plow/Dump Truck to replace
       the vehicle purchased in 2008. The 2008 vehicle will be transferred to Arena/Parks and will be
       used for parks and general maintenance activities as well as snow plowing lots and other
       facilities during the winter months. The old Plow/Dump Truck transferred to Arena/Parks in
       2008 will be taken out of service.

   •   The budget includes $175,000 for the replacement of Gawley Bridge, with funding out of Gas
       Tax Reserves.

   •   An allocation of $400,000 is included for a Surface Treatment Program in 2011. It is
       anticipated this will be the first of an annual $400,000 program to resurface roads currently in
       need of an addition coat of treatments, as well as gravel roads to be surface treated for the first
      time. In the long term, additional kilometers of surface treated roads will reduce the cost of
      road maintenance. An annual provision of $400,000 will provide the Manger of Transportation
      with the flexibility to determine whether to treat existing or new roads under the program,
      depending upon the needs and priorities in any given year. The Manager of Transportation will
      bring forward a report on the 2011 program to a future Council meeting for approval.

  •   A provision of $10,000 is included to complete the Sauna Road turnaround project.

Environmental Services
 Environmental Services        Total Budget      Revenues                          Capital Levy
 Leak Detector                              20.0 Water/Sew er Reserve 20.0                        0.0
 Sewer Rehabilitation                       20.0 Water/Sew er Reserve 20.0                        0.0
 GAC Filter Water                           40.0 Water/Sew er Reserve 40.0                        0.0
 Metre Replacements                         10.0 Water/Sew er Reserve 10.0                        0.0
 EA Deloro                                  10.0 Water/Sew er Reserve 10.0                        0.0
 Environmental Services Garage              50.0 Water/Sew er Reserve 50.0                        0.0
 Crawler/Loader - Landfill                200.0 Trade 40.0 Landf ill Reserve 160.0                0.0
 Monitoring Wells – Landfill                20.0 Landfill Reserve 20.0                            0.0
 Bins/Other Landfill                        10.0 Landfill Reserve 10.0                            0.0
 Total                                    380.0                            380.0                  0.0

  •   The Environmental Services Department will continue the water leaks detection/sewer
      rehabilitation and metre replacement program in 2011.

  •   One of the two GAC filters at the Water Treatment Plant will be replaced in 2011. The second
      filter will be replaced in 2012.

  •   The Environmental Services Garage will be constructed in 2011.

  •   A new Crawler/Loader will be purchased for the Landfill Site, with funding from the Landfill
      reserve.

  •   Some additional monitoring wells will be placed around the Landfill Site.

  •   All Environmental Services Projects will be funded from reserves.

Economic Dev/Tourism
 Economic Development       Total Budget     Revenues                             Capital Levy
 Community Improvement Plan              5.0 Reserve 5.0                                          0.0
 Total                                   5.0                                5.0                   0.0

  •   A provision of $5,000 is included in the budget in order to launch the CIP plan in the Spring or
      Summer of 2011
                                   BYLAW NUMBER 2011
         CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF MARMORA AND LAKE
                            A bylaw to set fees for Certain Services
 ________________________________________________________________________________
      Whereas Council may set fees for certain services:

       AND WHEREAS the Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Marmora and Lake
desires to set such fees to cover the costs associated with these services:

1.      That the following fees be set

                                                           2011
                                                           (No Change)
Tax Certificate                                            $ 50.00
Building/zoning compliance combined                        $ 50.00
Abutting property search for severance                     $ 50.00
Septic permit search if copy found                         $ 50.00
Rezoning                                                   $ 600.00
Minor Variance                                             $ 400.00
OMB Appeals                                                $ 125.00
Fence Viewer Request                                       $ 150.00
Fence Viewer Appeals                                       $ 50.00
Cash-in-lieu of Parkland – Residential                     $1200.00
Cash-in-lieu of Parkland – Industrial/Commercial           $ 400.00
Photocopies per page (up to 10 pages)                      $    .50
Photocopies beyond 10 pages                                $ 30.00/per hour
Creation of Reports                                        $ 30.00/per hour
Certified or commissioned copies                           $ 10.00/per page
Freedom of Information Request                             $ 5.00
Copy of Comprehensive Zoning By-Law                        $ 75.00
Lottery Licenses                                           3% of prize
Lottery Licenses 50/50 draw and minimum                    $ 10.00
Event Permit                                               $ 100.00
Entrance Permit                                            $ 100.00
Sign Permit                                                $ 50.00
Water Shut off and Turn On                                 $ 50.00
Septic Treatment up to 2000 gallons                        $ 100.00
Fence Permit                                               $ 25.00
Building Fees per attached

2.      That this bylaw shall come into force and take effect on the date of passing this bylaw.
        READ A FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD TIME AND FINALLY PASSED THIS DAY OF
,2011.
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Reeve                                                             Clerk
                          MUNICIPALITY OF MARMORA AND LAKE

                                  Community Centre Ice Rates
            Groups                    September 2010                       September 2011
    Grizzlies Minor Hockey                    $92.00                            $92.00
      Marmora Skate Club                      $92.00                            $92.00
         Adult Hockey                         $125.00                           $125.00
      Youth – Out of Town                     $125.00                           $125.00
      Adult – Out of Town                     $140.00                           $140.00
           Churches                           $55.00                            $55.00
            Schools                           $55.00                            $55.00
        Scouts & Guides                       $55.00                            $55.00
      Tournaments - Youth                     $92.00                            $92.00
      Tournaments - Adult                     $110.00                           $110.00
    Tournaments - Churches                    $95.00                            $95.00
    Miscellaneous Charges
    Public Skating Per Person                  $1.00                             $1.00
    Adult Shinny Per Person                    $5.00                             $5.00
    Youth Shinny Per Person                    $2.00                             $2.00
       Family Skate Party                     $55.00                            $55.00

•     An hour ice time is 50 minutes long, along with a 10 minute flood. The municipality would
      appreciate at least 7 days notice of a tournament cancellation.

•     There will be a $100.00 booking payment for each tournament that will be non-refundable if
      the tournament is cancelled.

•     The ice rates include HST

•     Phone the arena at 613-472-2410 to find the times that are open to book your ice time needs.
                        MUNICIPALITY OF MARMORA AND LAKE

                                        Booster Park Rates

                                                             2008-2010               2011
Day or Week (1 day or   Camping (per day)           $25.00               $30.00
by the week)
                        Recreational Vehicle        $30.00               $35.00
                        With 30 amp service         $35.00               $40.00
Seasonal                Large Lot                   $1,550.00            $1,650.00
                        Small Lot                   $1,475.00            $1,575.00
                        Plus outdoor refrigerator   $100.00              $110.00
                        Plus for 30A Service/Air    $125.00              $135.00
                        Conditioner
                        Costs for Garbage Pick      $35.00               $40.00
                        Up
                        Visitors Pass – Seasonal    $60.00               $65.00
Docks                   Docking Fees                $75.00               $80.00
                        Docking Fees by the day     $2.00                $3.00
Boat Launch             Residents – annual one      $5.00                $5.00
                        time fee
                        Non-residents – per day     $10.00               $10.00
Visitors                Non-resident Picnic and     $2.00                $3.00
                        Swim per person per day
                        Non-resident per car        $2.00                $3.00
                        Group Picnic and Swim       $100.00              $105.00
                        Non Residents 1 day
                        Group Picnic and Swim       $50.00               $55.00
                        Residents 1 day
                   MUNICIPALITY OF MARMORA AND LAKE LANDFILL SITE
                                    TIPPING FEES
Tags are required on all bags picked up at the curb. Untagged bags brought on site will be charged $1.00 per bag.
OPEN: Saturday and Monday Summer Hours (April 1st) 7:00am to 3:00pm/ Winter Hours (November 1st)
8:00am to 4:00pm
                                                    2011
                                                 No Change
              WHITE GOODS
Refrigerator, freezer, air conditioner,             10.00
Dehumidifier (Freon discharge and tagged)
As above (Untagged)                                 20.00
Stove, washer, dryer, wood, oil or gas stove        10.00
Hot water heater, water tank, T.V. Microwave         5.00
               UPHOLSTERY
Couch, daybed, arm chair, mattress, box             10.00
spring
Carpet, underlay                                     5.00
     SHINGLES ($15.00 PER CU. YD.)                  15.00
½ ton truck or trailer (2 cu. yd)                   30.00
 BUILDING MATERIAL/DEMOLITION
½ ton truck or trailer ($10.00 per cu. yd)          20.00
Tri-axle load to dry trench                        200.00
Tandem loads to dry trench                         150.00
Roll off bins: 20 cu. Yds.                         200.00
Roll off bins 39 cu. Yds.                          300.00
Roll off bins 40 cu. Yds                           400.00
BRUSH AND LEAVES
Yard waste and clean brush only - ½ ton truck        5.00
Yard waste and clean brush only large truck or      20.00
trailer
Leaves (Plastic bags removed)                        Free
Boulders and stumps (dump truck)                   100.00
Contaminated soil ($55.00 per cu. yd.)
            MUNICIPALITY OF MARMOR AND LAKE BUILDING FEES 2011

TYPE OF FEE                                RATES 2011 (No Change)
Building Permit:

Residential                           1.00 per sq. ft (Min. $100.00)
Commercial/Industrial                 .75 per sq. ft. (Min. $100.00)
Accessory/Farm/Hunting                .50 per sq. ft.
outbuilding                           (Min. $100.00)
                                      $10.00/$1,000.00 construction value (Min.
                                      $100.00)
                                      if sq. ft. fee not applicable
Construction without
a building permit                     $200.00 additional fee
Repair/Alteration Permit              $10.00/$1000.00 construction value (Min.
                                      $100.00)

Plumbing Permit                       $100.00
Residential

Sewer Permit:                         $6.00 per 25mm of pipe diameter for each
                                      30m of
                                      pipe or part thereof, lateral service (Min.
                                      $25.00)

Catch basins and manholes             $40.00 each
Septic System: Class 1 (New)          No fee
Class 2, 3, 4 or 5 (New)              $400.00

Septic System repairs, alterations,   $200.00
additions
(including tank replacement)
Conditional Permit                    25% of the Building Permit Fee
                                      (Minimum $250.00)
Demolition Permit Main Bldg.          $100.00

Accessory Building                    $50.00

Occupancy Permit: per
suite/Unit/Residential                $20.00
Unit/Permit/Building
Inspection fee: Construction stage
not ready or re-inspection after
first two inspections of same stage
of construction (per inspection)      $50.00
Decks/Wood Furnaces/Renewal
Wood Burning Appliance permit         $100.00

Commercial Kitchen exhaust hood       $100.00
permit
Swimming Pool/Pool enclosure          $10.00/$1000.00 construction value, (Min.
                                      $100.00)
Written request for bylaw and/or
work orders                           $50.00
Written request for septic file
information                           $50.00
Written request for zoning
information                           $20.00
                                      Debt Outstanding
                                      December 31, 2010

Investment                   Annual      Interest      Approx o/s as of     Matures
                                                       December 31st
                                                       2010
Medical Centre                 $16,524 3.69%                       $38,700 July 1st 2013
Landfill Crawler Loader         $7,000 6.25%                        $7,000 February 8th 2011
Water Plan Upgrade             $69,254 4.82%                     $883,400 September 16th 2030
Wastewater Plant               $69,668 4.88%                     $921,650 May 3rd 2032
Upgrade
Works Vehicle                  $13,468 3.99%                       $37,700 September 3rd 2013
Zamboni                        $17,400 3.99%                       $47,700 September 3rd 2013
Totals                        $193,314                         $1,936,150

The total long-term debt outstanding at December 31st 2010 is $1,936,150. and the annual debt
services payments, principal and interest, included in the 2011 operating budget amount to $193,314.
The outstanding debt matures as follows

2011          $ 7,000
2013          $124,100
2030          $883,400
2032          $921,650

Total        $1,936,150
                     THE MUNICIPALTY OF MARMORA AND LAKE
                       2011 CURRENT AND CAPITAL BUDGETS

Budget Recommendations

  1. That the 2011 current and capital budgets and all the revenues and expenditures, fees and
     contributions to reserve funds included in the budget be adopted.

  2. That any unexpected Contingency Budget at year-end be transferred to reserve for future
     capital expenditures subject to the overall year-end position.

  3. That any unexpected portion of Winter Control budget at year-end be transferred to a Winter
     Control reserve, subject to overall year- end position.

  4. That any unexpected portion of Solid Waste Services budget at year-end be transferred to a
     Solid Waste Services/Landfill reserve, subject to overall year end position.

  5. That any unexpected portions of the Cemetery budget at year-end be transferred to a Cemetery
     reserve, subject to the overall year-end position.

				
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