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                                AGENDA - SHOREWOOD BOARD OF TRUSTEES·
                                             Village Board Meeting
                                       7:.30 P.M. - Monday. November 1,2010
                               Shorewood Village Hall. 3930 North Murray Avenue
                                        Shorewood. Wisconsin 53211


Public comments on items not on the agenda are permitted and welcome at the beginning of the
Village Board meeting under "Citizens to be Heard." Public comments on agenda items may be
invited after the item has been opened to discussion. Individual speakers should raise their hand so
they may be recognized by the Village President and are asked to begin their comments by stating
their name and address.. Discussion may follow comment on non-agenda items or discussion and
action maycome at future meetings.

   , . Call to Order
   2. Roll Call
   3. Statement of Public Notice
   4.   Consent Agenda Items (Items under the consent agenda may be acted upon by one motion. If in thejudgment of any
        Village Board Member, a consent agenda item needs discussi.on, the item can be placed in the items removed from the consent
        agenda.)
              a.    Presentation of Accounts - October 22, 20' 0

   5. Items removed from the Consent Agenda

   6. Citizens to be heard - This item is for matters not on the agenda. Discussion may follow
      comment on non-agenda items or discussion and action may come at future meetings.

   7. New Business
         a. Streets and HUildings
            1. Consideration of Proposals to Provide Atwater Bluff Stabilizati6nand Service Road
               Design and Construction Specifications

              b. BUdget and Finance
                 1. Update and Discussion on 201 , Budget
                2. Consideration of Shorewood Business Improvement District 2011 Operating Plan

              c.    Police & Fire
                   I. Consideration of Resolution Recommending Joint Dispatch for the North Shore
                      Communities
              d. Judiciary Personnel & Licensing
                 I. Appointments

    8.   Reports of Viliage Officials
            a. Village President

             b.    Village Trustees

             c.    Village Manager
                   I. Update and Discussion on Capitol Drive Construction Project

   9.    Items for Future Consideration

    1O. Adjournment

         DATED at Shorewood, Wisconsin this 29th day of October, 2010.

                                                  ViLLAGE OF SHOREWOOD.
                                                  Sherry Grant. WCMCjCMC·
                                                  Village Clerk

                  Should you have any questions or comments regarding any items on this agenda,
                                    contact the Manager's Office at847·2702.     .

    It is possible that members of and pOSSibly a quorum of members of other governmental bodies of the
 municipality may be in attendance at the above stated meeting to gather information; no action will be taken
by any governmental body at the above stated meeting other than the governmental bodyspecificafly referred
                                            to above in this notice.

         Upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of disabled individuals.
                                                 Shorewood
                                                      NOTICE

        PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that meetings of STANDING COMMITTEES of the Village Board will be
             ND
held in the 2 Floor of Village Halt 3930 N. Murray Avenue, Shorewood, Wisconsin, as follows:

STREETS AND BUILDING COMMITTEE -Tr. Jeff Hanewall, Chairperson
      Monday. November 1.20 J 0 at 6:30p.m. . to consider:
       1. Discussion on Alternative Traffic Patterns as the Result of Capitol Drive Construction, i.e.,
          Maryland Avenue One Wa.y and Shorewood Blvd. Direction Change
      2. Consideration of Proposals to Provide Atwater Bluff Stabilization and Service Road Design
          and Construction Specifications

POLICE & FIRE COMMITTEE Tr.Margaret HiCkey, Chairperson
      Monday. November J, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. ~ to consider:
        1. Recommendations on Parking Plan Implementation
       2, Update on Police Building Planning
       3. Discussion of Resolution Recommending Joint Dispatch for the North Shore Communities

BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE' Tr.Michael Maher, Chairperson
     Monday. November I, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. - to consider:
      1. Presentation of Accounts
      2. Discussion on water rates for 2011
      3. Discussion of Process of Prioritizing 2011-2012 Capitol Projects, Including Parks, Sewers,
         Roads, etc.

       DATED at Shorewood, Wisconsin, this 29th day of October, 20 J O.

                                                  VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD
                                                  Sherry Grant, WCMCjCMC
                                                  Vii/age Clerk
                   Should you have any' questions or comments- regarding items on this agenda,
                                   please contact the Manager's Office 847-2702.

           Upon reasonable notice, efforts ,will be made to accommodate the needs of di~abled individuals
                                                                                     Meeting Date I I/O 1/20 I0
                                 VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD, WISCONSIN

                                        CLERK-TREASURER'S OFFICE

                                                   MEMO


DATE:          October 22,2010

TO:            Budget and Finance Committee

FROM:          Finance Omce
COpy TO:       Village Board
               Chris Swartz., Village Manager
RE:            Accounts Payable and Payroll Vouchers for Presentation and Approval

Presented for your approval are the following accounts payable vouchers:

               General Fund                                                      $      76,486.36
               Special Revenue Fund                                                      1,487.00
               Debt Service Fund
               Property Tax Fund
               Capitol Projects Fund                                                    66,554.92
               TlF #1                                                                      255.00
               Neighborhood Loan Prog                                                      375.00
               TlF #3
               Library                                                                     762.62
               Marketing Fund
               Parking Utility Fund
               Water Utility Fund                                                          582.99
               Sewer Utility Fund                                                          192.36
               Elder Service Fund                                                        1,086.19
               Prevention Health Grant Fund


                                                                 Subtotal:       $    147,782.44

PLUS: Payroll vouchers per check register
      dated 10/22/20 lO                                                               174,587.41

                                                                 Grand Total     $    322,369.85

Accounts Payable Checks:
         No.     7428    through                 7493

Electronic Checks (ACH Activity)
            No.      0        through               o
                                                               VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                                                      10/22/107:58 AM
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                                                                                                                  Check/Receipt
       Account         Search Name                    Comments                                                            Date    DrlCr AmI     Check

FUND 100 GENERAL FUND
   DEPT
        G 100-2234    DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF WI, INC  NOV PREMIUMS                                           10/22/2010             $6,415.68    007441
        G 100-1219    QUAliTY COMPUTER SERVICE      HP 9050 ROM CHIP/REPAIR                                10/22/2010               $204.99    007467
        G 100-2223    SHOREWOOD POliCE PROTECTVE ASN                                                 UNION DUES W/H               10/22/2010   $640.00    007479
        G 100-2223    LOCAL 1486 AM FED ST CTY EMPL UNION DUES W/H                                         10/22/2010             $1,175.24    007459
        G 100-2513    JUNKER, DARLENE A             REF CITATION F364528-3 MONIES TAKEN THROUGH TRIP       10/22/2010                $83.80    007455
   DEPT                                                                                                                            $8,519.71

   DEPT 100 VILLAGE BOARD
      E 100-10-100-5319 DE HARTOG, KAREN              Recognition Proclamation - Shorewood Today Magazine            10/22/2010      $35.00    007440
      E 100-10-100-5319 DEHARTOG, KAREN               Shorewood Today - Fall/October 2010                            10/22/2010     $498.75    007440
   DEPT 100 VILLAGE BOARD                                                                                                           $533.75

   DEPT 110 VILLAGE MANAGER
      E 100-10-110-5321 BUSINESS JOURNAL              Subscription Renewal- 2010 - 1 yr.                             10/22/2010     $104.95    007436
      E 100-10-110-5311 US CELLULAR                   CURRENT CELL CHGS                                              10/22/2010      $74.35    007486
      E 100-10-110-5141 UNITED STATES TREASURY        BML 941 TAX ASSESSMENT PER IRS PER ENDING 3/31/2010            10/22/2010     $402.36    007487
      E 100-10-110-5141 BM&L JANITORIAL SERVICE       JANITORAL SERVICES VH                                          10/22/2010     $194.15    007434
   DEPT 110 VILLAGE MANAGER                                                                                                         $775.81

   DEPT 130 PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
      E 100-10-130-5141 JACOBS, JOSEPH EDWARD         Electrical Inspection Payout                                   10/22/2010    $1,841.97   007453
      R 100-10-130-4344 PINKY ELECTRIC                REF PERMIT FEE NOT IN SHOREWOOD                                10/22/2010       $55.00   007465
      E 100-10-130-5141 DIEDRICH ELECTRIC INC         Electrical Inspection Payout                                   10/22/2010      $460.77   007444
   DEPT 130 PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT                                                                                               $2,357.74

   DEPT 160 BOARDS & COMMISSIONS
      E 100-10-160-5728 CAPRILE BARBARA G.            Production of special lawn care flyer - Conservation Cmte      10/22/2010       $85.00   007437



   DEPT 300 POliCE DEPARTMENT
      E 100-30-300-5339 SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LAB      tube of fingerprint ink 231T                                   10/22/2010        $6.50   007481
      R 100-30-300-4521 WEST ALliS POliCE DEPT        BAIL POSTED MCCALL DERRICK                                     10/22/2010      $214.60   007491
      E 100-30-300-5339 SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LAB      shipping                                                       10/22/2010       $13.61   007481
      E 100-30-300-5325 LARK UNIFORM OUTFITTERS       Dep. Chief shirt badge (tbz)                                   10/22/2010      $100.95   007457
      E 100-30-300-5325 LARK UNIFORM OUTFITTERS       Dep. Chief hat badge (tbz)                                     10/22/2010       $71.95   007457
      E 100-30-300-5325 LARK UNIFORM OUTFITTERS       Lt. wallet badge - Sullivan                                    10/22/2010      $100.95   007457
                                                              VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                                                          10/22/10 7:58 AM
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                                                                                                                       Check/Receipt
   Account             Search Name                   Comments                                                                  Date    Dr/Cr Ami   Check

   E 100-30-300-5325   ZIMMERMAN, TERRY              reimbursement for uniform items purchased                            10/22/2010     $972.60   007493
   R 100-30-300-4521   GLENDALE MUNICIPAL COURT      BAIL POSTED HARDIN TRAVIS                                            10/22/2010     $144.00   007448
   E 100-30-300-5383   WI DEPT OF JUSTICE - TIME     Officer support (25)                                                 10/22/2010     $262.50   007492
   E 100-30-300-5325   LARK UNIFORM OUTFITTERS       Detective gold badge - (cap)                                         10122/2010     $100.95   007457
   E 100-30-300-5325   LARK UNIFORM OUTFITTERS       gold flex band for dress hat                                         10/22/2010      $26.85   007457
   E 100-30-300-5325   LARK UNIFORM OUTFITTERS       gold stars                                                           10/22/2010      $13.90   007457
   E 100-30-300-5339   JUNKER, DARLENE A             REF CITATION F364528"3 MONIES TAKEN THROUGH TRIP                     10122/2010       $5.00   007455
   E 100-30-300-5325   LARK UNIFORM OUTFITTERS       L1. shirt badge, extra - Sullivan                                    10/22/2010     $100.95   007457
   E 100-30-300-5325   STREICHERS                    outer carrier                                                        10122/2010     $139.99   007484
   E 100-30-300-5623   ZiMMERMAN, TERRY              reimbursement for mileage to/from SHPD/Franklln Sheriff Academy      1012212010      $22.50   007493
   E 100-30-300-5521   SHOREWOOD POLICE PETTY CASH   cell phone holder -tbz                                               1012212010      $19.99   007478
   E 100-30-300-5335   SHOREWOOD POLICE PETTY CASH   gas ~ background checks                                              1012212010      $15.11   007478
   E 100-30-300-5315   SHOREWOOD POLICE PETTY CASH   postage                                                              1012212010      $13.83   007478
   E 100-30-300-5339   SHOREWOOD POLICE PETTY CASH   misc. jail laundry, keys, mileage, parking, mise                     10/22/2010      $74.33   007478
   E 100-30-300-5325   KERR, MICHAEL                 reimbursement for uniform items purchased                            10/22/2010      $49.63   007456
   E 100-30-300-5325   LARK UNIFORM OUTFITTERS       leather jacket and flag                                              10/22/2010     $466.95   007457
   E 100-30-300-5141   BATZNER PEST, INC.            pest management service 10/14/10                                     10/22/2010      $24.00   007433
   E 100-30-300-5339   SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LAB      Poralan fingerprint pad FPT265                                       10/22/2010      $21.75   007481
   E 100-30-300-5141   BM&L JANITORIAL SERVICE       Sanitizing of Interrogation rooms and Jail cells                     10/22/2010     $200.00   007434
   E 100-30-300-5623   ZIMMERMAN, TERRY              reimbursement for mileage to/from SHPD/Franklin Sheriff Dept.        10/22/2010      $22.50   007493
   E 100-30-300-5325   STREICHERS                    vest above - officer uniform account                                 10/22/2010     $150.00   007484
   E 100-30-300-5141   BM&L JANITORIAL SERVICE       JANITORAL SERVICES PO                                                10/22/2010     $179.07   007434
   E 100-30-300-5339   SIRCHIE FINGER PRINT LAB      set Electrostatic dissipation bags ESD0406                           10/22/2010      $22.95   007481
   E 100-30-300-5383   WI DEPT OF JUSTICE - TIME     TI ME System Access - Quarterly fee                                  10/22/2010     $150.00   007492
   E 100-30-300-5325   STREICHERS                    outer vest carrier                                                   10/22/2010     $110.00   007484
   E 100-30-300-5623   CARINI, KEVIN                 reimbursement for mileage to/from training                           10/22/2010     $230.00   007438
DEPT 300 POLICE DEPARTMENT                                                                                                             $4,047.91

DEPT 320 OTHER PUBLIC SAFETY
  . E 100-30-320-5719 TWIN CITY SECURITY INC         crossing guard service 10/04;.10/10/10                               10/22/2010   $1,805.59   007485
    E 100-30-320-5719 TWIN CITY SECURITY INC         crossing guard service 10/11-10/17/10                                10122/2010   $1,367.34   007485
DEPT 320 OTHER PUBLIC SAFETY                                                                                                           $3,172.93

DEPT 400 HEALTH DEPARTMENT
   E 100-40-400-5141 BM&L JANITORIAL SERVICE         JANITORAL SERVICES HLTH                                              10/22/2010      $81.30   007434
   E 100-40-400-5141 BATZNER PEST, INC.              VILLAGE CTR PEST CONTROL                                             10/22/2010       $3.87   007433
DEPT 400 HEALTH DEPARTMENT                                                                                                                $85.17

DEPT 500 DPW ADMINISTRATION
                                                      VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                          10/22/10 7:58 AM
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                                                                              Check/Receipt
   Account         Search Name                  Comments                              Date    DrlCr AmI    Check

   E 100-50-500-5521 STAR2STAR                                                   10/22/2010     $178.14    007483
   E 100-50-500-5521 US CELLULAR                CURRENT CELL CHGS                10/22/2010     $104.52    007486
   E 100-50-500-5325 RED WING SHOE STORE        WORK BOOTS FOR BARB HOCH         10/2212010     $169.95    007469
DEPT 500 DPW ADMINISTRATION                                                                     $452.61

DEPT 510 MUNICIPAL GARAGE
   E 100-50-510-5335 QUICK FUEL                 DIESEL FUEL                      1012212010    $4,735.50   007468
   E 100-50-510-5339 COMDATA                    SUPPLIES - MISC                  1012212010      $121.12   007439
   E 100-50-510-5333 RNOW INC                   STEERING COLUMN FOR #78          1012212010      $430.88   007473
   E 100-50-510-5333 BARNES DISTRIBUTION        STOCK/PARTS                      1012212010      $164.72   007432
   E 100-50-510-5339 COM DATA                   SUPPLIES - MISC                  1012212010       $90.64   007439
   E 100-50-510-5335 QUICK FUEL                 DIESEL FUEL                      1012212010      $229.24   007468
   E 100-50-510-5335 BADGER LUBRICATION         DRUMS OF LUBRICATION             1012212010    $1,004.46   007431
   E 100-50-510-5335 BADGER LUBRICATION         DRUMS OF LUBRICATION             10/2212010      -$52.21   007431
   E 100-50-510-5335 QUICK FUEL                 UN LEADED FUEL                   1012212010    $4,420.50   007468
DEPT 510 MUNICIPAL GARAGE                                                                     $11,144.85

DEPT 520 BUILDING MAINTENANCE
   E 100-50-520-5337 BONAFIDE SAFE & LOCK INC   DUPLICATE KEYS                   10122/2010      $21.44    007435
   E 100-50-520-5339 AUER STEEL                 PARTS HVACVIL HALL               1012212010      $62.82    007430
   E 100-50-520-5339 HOME DEPOT                                                  1012212010     $821.86    007450
   E 100-50-520-5339 MENARDS                                                     1012212010     $188.72    007461
   E 100-50-520-5339 AUER STEEL                 PIPESNENTS                       1012212010      $46.40    007430
   E 100-50-520-5339 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO    EXHAUST FAN AND BASE             1012212010     $158.48    007460
DEPT 520 BUILDING MAINTENANCE                                                                  $1,319.72

DEPT 522 HUBBARD LODGE
   E 100-50-522-5339 RELIABLE WATER SERVICES    WATER HEATER LEASE HUBBARD       1012212010      $76.00    007472



DEPT 532 LEAF COLLECTION
   E 100-50-532-5339 SHOREWOOD PRESS, THE       PRINTING OF LEAF COLLECTION      10/2212010     $650.00    007480



DEPT 533 RECYCLING
   E 100-50-533-5339 AT&T                       SECURITY LINE                    10/22/2010       $38.42   007429
   E 100-50-533-5663 WASTE MANAGEMENT           SOLID,YARD,RECYLING              10122/2010    $8,820.79   007490
                                                       VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                                               10/22/10 7:58 AM
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                                                                                                    Check/Receipt
   Account           Search Name               Comments                                                     Date    Dr/Cr Ami    Check

DEPT 533 RECYCLING                                                                                                   $8,859.21

DEPT 534 REFUSE DISPOSAL
   E 100-50-534-5664 WASTE MANAGEMENT          SOLID,YARD,RECYLING                                     10/22/2010    $3,363.88   007490
   E 100-50-534-5663 WASTE MANAGEMENT          SOLlD,YARD,RECYLING                                     10/22/2010   $26,940.54   007490
DEPT 534 REFUSE DISPOSAL                                                                                            $30,304.42

DEPT 540 TRAFFIC DEVICE
   E 100-50-540-5339 MCMASTER-CARR SUPPLY CO   ROUND SPACER FOR ELEC DEPT                              10/22/2010       $34.29   007460



DEPT 541 STREET LIGHTING
   E 100-50-541-5339 NEHER ELECTRIC SUPP INC                                                           10/22/2010    $1,845.36   007463
   E 100-50-541-5339 DIGGERS HOTLINE INC                                                               10/22/2010       $82.08   007445
DEPT 541 STREET LIGHTING                                                                                             $1,927.44

DEPT 542 STREET & ALLEY
   E 100-50-542-5339 SHERWIN INDUSTRIES INC    HOT MIX                                                 10/22/2010     $770.40    007477



DEPT 544 STREET MARKING
   E 100-50-544-5339 FELLERS                   SIGN DEPT STOCK                                         10/22/2010      $156.86   007447
   E 100-50-544-5339 FELLERS                   SIGN DEPT STOCK                                         10/22/2010        $4.62   007447
DEPT 544 STREET MARKING                                                                                                $161.48

DEPT 547 FORESTRY
   E 100-50-547-5339 HOME DEPOT                                                                        10/22/2010     $526.39    007450
   E 100-50-547-5339 HOME DEPOT                                                                        10/22/2010     $595.71    007450
DEPT 547 FORESTRY                                                                                                    $1,122.10

DEPT 600 VILLAGE CENTER
   E 100-60-600-5141 BATZNER PEST. INC.        VILLAGE CTR PEST CONTROL                                10/22/2010        $2.70   007433
   E 100-60-600-5141 BM&L JANITORIAL SERVICE   JANITORAL SERVICES VC                                   10/22/2010       $56.72   007434
DEPT 600 VILLAGE CENTER                                                                                                 $59.42

DEPT 610 VILLAGE CELEBRATIONS
   E 100-60-610-5368 DEWINDT-HALL, DIANE       Certificate Frames for Employee Recognition Awards      10/22/2010       $26.40   007443
                                            VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                        10/22/10 7:58 AM
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                                                                   Check/Receipt
       Account          Search Name   Comments                             Date    DrlCr Ami    Check




FUND 100 GENERAL FUND                                                              $76,486.36
                                                   VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                         10/22/107:58 AM
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                                                                           Check/Receipt
       Account          Search Name          Comments                              Date    DrfCr Ami   Check

FUND 101 SPECIAL REVENUE FUND
   DEPT 110 VILLAGE MANAGER
        E 101-10-110-5896 ACME SYSTEMS INC   ATWATER PARK REVISIONS TO        10/22/2010   $1,487.00   007428
                                                                 VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                                               10/22/10 7:58 AM
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                                                                                                              Check/Receipt
       Account         Search Name                       Comments                                                     Date    DrlCr Amt    Check
FUND 103 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND
   DEPT
        G 103-2110     Q3 CONTRACTING                    2008 MORRIS RD WARRANTY WORK                            10/22/2010   $17,756.30   007466


   DEPT 300 POLICE DEPARTMENT
      E 103-30-300-5929 STREICHERS                       ABA-EHPF2XXA.Z ballistic vest                           10/22/2010     $500.00    007484


   DEPT 320 OTHER PUBLIC SAFETY
      E 103-30-320-5768 SEIGLES CABINET CENTER LLC     Two cabinets for lunchroom                                10/22/2010      $404.10   007476
      E 103-30-320-5768 MONROE TRUCK EQUIP             DURING FLOOD PICK UP                                      10/22/2010      $515.06   007462
      E 103-30-320-5768 RUEKERT & MIELKE, INC          GIS MAPPING - FLOODING                                    10/22/2010      $425.85   007475
      E 103-30-320-5768 REFRIGERANT RECOVERY           FLOOD                                                     10/22/2010      $210.00   007470
      E 103-30-320-5768 UNIVERSAL RESTORATION SERVICES FINAL BILLING FLOOD REPAIRS TO VILLAGE BUILDINGS          10/22/2010   $46,522.72   007488
      E 103-30-320-5768 VANDER SCHAAF, LORA            reimbursement for flood damaged items                     10/22/2010       $38.87   007489
      E 103 30 320-5768 LENDA, GARY
            w    w
                                                       reimbursement for uniform item purchased: 1 pr shoes      10/22/2010       $53.85   007458
      E 103-30-320-5768 SHOREWOOD POLICE PETTY CASH repl. clipboard - Gibson - flood damaged                     10/22/2010        $3.17   007478
      E 103-30-320-5768 CAPRILE BARBARA G.             Coordinate 2 village-wide mailin9s (flood related)        10/22/2010      $125.00   007437
   DEPT 320 OTHER PUBLIC SAFETY                                                                                               $48,298.62

FUND 103 CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND                                                                                                $66,554.92
                                                          VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                                      10/22/107:58 AM
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                                                                                               Check/Receipt
        Account          Search Name              Comments                                             Date    DrlCr Am!   Check

FUND 104 TIF #1
   DEPT 803 WALGREENS
        E 104-81-803-8014 EHLERS & ASSOC.. INC.   Professional Fees - Walgreens/Mandel Proj.      10/22/2010     $225.00   007446



    DEPT 855 SPECIFIC SITE DEVELOPMENT SUPP
       E 104-85-855-8552 REGISTER OF DEEDS        Quit Claim Deed 4500 Block N Oakland            10/22/2010      $30.00   007471



FUND 104 TIF #1                                                                                                  $255.00
                                                          VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                         10/22/10 7:58 AM
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                                                                                  Check/Receipt
        Account         Search Name                 Comments                              Date    DrlCr Amt   Check

FUND 106 LIBRARY
   DEPT 200 LIBRARY
        E 106-20-200-5141 BATZNER PEST, INC.        VILLAGE CTR PEST CONTROL         10/22/2010      $34.65   007433
        E 106-20-200-5141 BM&L JANITORIAL SERVICE   JANITORAL SERVICES LIB           10/22/2010     $727.97   007434
    DEPT 200 LIBRARY                                                                                $762.62

FUND 106 LIBRARY                                                                                    $762.62
                                                         VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                        10/22/10 7:58AM
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                                                                                Check/Receipt
       Account         Search Name                Comments                              Date    DrlCr Ami   Check

FUND 107 ELDER SERVICES FUND
   DEPT 110 VILLAGE MANAGER
        E 107-10-110-5141 BATZNER PEST, INC.      VILLAGE CTR PEST CONTROL         10/22/2010       $3.78   007433
        E 107-10-110-5342 JOHNSON, ERIKS          Art Program                      10/22/2010      $75.00   007454
        E 107-10-110-5364 HUBBARD PARK LODGE      Luncheons                        10/22/2010     $928.00   007452
        E 107-10-110-5141 BM&LJANITORIALSERVICE   JANITORAL SERVICES SRC           10/22/2010      $79.41   007434
   DEPT 110 VILLAGE MANAGER                                                                     $1,086.19

FUND 107 ELDER SERVICES FUND                                                                    $1,086.19
                                                       VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                            10/22/107:58 AM
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                                                                                  Check/Receipt
       Account          Search Name            Comments                                   Date    DrlCr Am!   Check

FUND 108 NEIGHBORHOOD LOAN PROGRAM
   DEPT 110 VILLAGE MANAGER
        E 108-10-110-5040 NORTH SHORE BANK 2   Loan Administrative Fee               10/22/2010     $375.00   007464
                                                             VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                          10/22/10 7:58 AM
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                                                                                      Check/Receipt
       Account         Search Name                    Comments                                Date    DrlCr Am!   Check

FUND 201 WATER UTILITY FUND
   DEPT
        G 201-2120      HAGERT,MARK                   REFUND OIP WTR/SWR PAID 3X         10/22/2010     $131.12   007449



   DEPT 560 WATER-ADMINISTRATION
      E 201-50-560-5311 STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE    OFFICE SUPPLIES                    10/22/2010      $30.54   007482
      E 201-50-560-5313 US CELLULAR                   CURRENT CELL CHGS                  10/22/2010      $94.25   007486
      E 201-50-560-5313 US CELLULAR                   CURRENT CELL CHGS                  10/22/2010     -$94.25   007486
      E 201-50-560-5311 US CELLULAR                   CURRENT CELL CHGS                  10/22/2010      $94.25   007486
      E 201-50-560-5623 DEPT. OF NATUAL RESOURCES     WATER RECERTIFICATION              10/22/2010      $45.00   007442
   DEPT 560 WATER-ADMINISTRATION                                                                        $169.79

   DEPT 562 WATER-MAINTENANCE/MAINS
      E 201-50-562-5640 ROAD & CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS SINGLE AXLE FILL                   10/22/2010     $200.00   007474



   DEPT 563 WATER-MAINTENANCE/SERVICES
      E 201-50-563-5640 DIGGERS HOTLINE INC                                              10/22/2010      $82.08   007445



FUND 201 WATER UTILITY FUND                                                                             $582.99
                                                     VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                        10/22/10 7:58 AM
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                                                                            Check/Receipt
       Account          Search Name            Comments                             Date    DrlCr Ami   Check

FUND 202 SEWER UTILITY FUND
   DEPT 570 SEWER-ADMINISTRATION
        E 202-50-570-5311 US CELLULAR          CURRENT CELL CHGS               10/22/2010      $61.38   007486
        E 202-50-570-5311 HR DIRECT            ABSENTEE CALENDAR               10/22/2010      $48.90   007451
    DEPT 570 SEWER-ADMINISTRATION                                                             $110.28

    DEPT 571 SEWER-MAINTENANCE SEWER
       E 202-50-571-5640 DIGGERS HOTLINE INC                                   10/22/2010      $82.08   007445



FUND 202 SEWER UTILITY FUND                                                                   $192.36
                              VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD                                         10/22/107:58 AM
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                                                     Check/Receipt
Account   Search Name   Comments                             Date     DrlCr AmI    Check

                                                                     $147.782.44
                                            Shorewood
                             AT THE EDGE OF THE CITY AND
                               THE HEART OF EVERYTHING




                                    FINANCE DIRECTOR'S MEMO
October 26, 2010




TO:           Village Board/Finance Committee

FROM:          Stephanie M. Walker, Finance Director
               414-847-2607
               swalker@villageofshorewood.org


RE:            Budget workshop




In the last budget workshop the Board directed the Village Manager and I to revisit the
propose budget and find ways to decrease the tax levy to 1.9% and then to add $100,000 for
future sewer projects. Attached are several documents for your review:


      1. Summary of the overall budget workshops and process
      2.   Summary of the exact dollar changes made to the tax levy
      3.   Updated Capital Projects Fund Budget - 2011 Projects Funding Summary


Recommended Motion - no formal action required
Advise staff on approval of changes to the budget for the upcoming public hearing.




             The Village of Shorewood 3930 N. Murray Ave. Shorewood, WiscoflSin 53211-2303
                      414.847.2700 Fax 414.847.2707 ~ www.vWageofshorewood.org
2011 Budget

Budget Message
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The Village Budget and Finance Committee held seven budget workshops to review the 2011 budget as well as the public hearing. The
original Moderate budget included a total tax levy of $1 0,165,089 or 2.9% over 201 0 levels. During the course of the seven budget workshops
31 changes were made to the property tax ievy. The most significant of which are described below:

     •     The tax levy for the Marketing Fund as originally proposed had been increased by $10,000 to make up for a decrease in funding by the
           School District of $20,000. During budget workshops this was decreased by $5,000 from the original proposed budget.

      •    Revenue shown as a transfer from the Library of $13,151 was decreased to $6,600.

      •    Tax levy was moved from the Generai Fund to the newly created Shorewood Today Magazine Fund to increase transparency on the
           revenues and costs associated with the publication.

      •    Increased funding for Connecting Shorewood Communities by $2,200.

      •    Removed funding for lifeguards at Atwater Beach for 2011 as it is believed that the beach will be under construction during 2011. The
           Board indicated that if the beach is indeed open during the 2011 summer funding for this program could be supported at that time.

      •    Correction of an error in regards to snow plowing of Village lots ($10,780). Already included in parking utility expenses was $10,780 to
           pay for the plowing of municipal lots. This is included as a parking utility cost because the parking permit is higher for the iots that we
           plow. This will result in a revenue for the General Fund of the same amount which was missed originally.

      •    Several    small changes to individual department budgets were also made as follows:
              o       Village Board Communications ($1,000)
              o       Village Manager Training and Conferences ($1,000)
              o       Finance Department Conferences ($400) and Supplies ($600)
              o       ClerklTreasurer's conferences and supplies ($500)
              o       Planning and Development Conferences ($500)
              o       Police Department Conferences and Supplies ($1,000)
              o       Municipal Court Prisoner Housing ($2,000)

      •    Removed property tax funding for severai capital projects by allocating funding either through grants, utility user fees or fund
           balances. Resultant change to tax levy:
               o ($6,000) Tlline, now halffunded by user fees
               o ($11,000) Watering Vehicle, now $5,000 funded with donations, $2,500 with TID and $3,500 from reserves
               o ($3,000) Police Vests, now grant funded
               o ($12,500) Phone System, now funded with reserves
2011 Budget

Budget Message

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    •   Removed funding for the following capital purchases which were tax levy funded:
           o Village Hall door replacement ($15,000)
           o Case Loader replacement ($34,706 in total, half was funded with tax levy and half with reserves)
           o Decreased Street Maintenance by $10,000

The result of each of the changes was to decrease the property tax levy amount to $10,065,359 or 1,89% over the 2010 tax levy,

The Village Board also discussed the infrastructure needs for the Village's sewer utility due to the severe flooding that occurred during the
summer. It was noted that the Village is conducting a needs assessment for sanitary and storm sewer infrastructure investment. While the
results of the needs assessment will be completed prior to the final adoption of the budget, the planning needed to integrate sewer
infrastructure improvements with the other infrastructure needs and the public input on any potential projects could not be completed in
time for the final adoption of the 2011 Village budget.

Although the final planning could not be completed the Board felt it was important that some funding for future sewer projects be provided
in this budget. To achieve some level of funding for sewer projects, the Board added $100,000 or 1% of the Village's property tax levy for
funding of future sewer projects, During the next year, the Board will also consider the use of sewer user fees and modifications to other
capital projects such as the road, sidewalk, alley or park programs to fund sewer infrastructure investments as more information and public
input is received,
Village of Shorewood
Summary of Tax Levy Impacting Budget Changes Made

                                           Original                                                                     Changes Made
                               2010      MOD Budget      %Chg      Correct      Correct     Correct   Utiiity                                                               Funding of
                             Adopted      Adopted        Budget    Annex         Elder       Funds   Funding Decreased Prisoner              Marketing         Remove        watering
       Tax Levy               Budget       Budget       '10to'11   Demo          Fund       Surplus for T 1 iine Street Maint Housing          chg              Doors         vehicie
General Fund                                                3.07% $             $           $ (5,000) $             $              $ (2,000) $             $                $

                                                                       10,500                             (6,000)       (10,000)                                 (15,000)       (11,000)

                                                                                    4,184

                                                                                                                                                 (5,000)
                                                           --
  Total Village Tax Levy $ 9,878,609     $ 10,165,089      2.90% $ 10,500       $ 4,184     $ (5,000) $ (6,000) $ (10,000) $ (2,000) $           (5,000) $       (15,000) $ (11,000)

                                                                                                Changes Made
                                            Add in                              5hwd         Conn.
                                            Library                             Today        5hwd
                                           Transfer



:Capital Projects Fund
 Library Fund
:Eider Services Fund
 Shorewood Today Funl                                                               4,500
 Marketing Fund        "
  Total Village Tax Levy $      13,151         (6,600) $     150   $     950    $       - $

                                                                                                                                                               Revised
                                                                                                                                                                 2011          %Chg
                                                                                                                                                               Adopted        Budget
       Tax Levy                                                                                                                                                 Budget       '10 to '11
General Fund                                                                                                                                               $ 7,715,996            2.59%
"Debt Service Fund                                                                                                                                              1,137,994         0.00%
Capital Projects Fund                                                                                                                                             406,418        26.71%
Library Fund                                                                                                                                                      784,205         0.00%
 Elder Services Fund                                                                                                                                               81,246        -3.60%
"Shorewood Today Funl                                                                                                                                                            #DIV/OI
Marketing Fund                                                                                                                                                    35,000         16.67%
   Total Village Tax Lev                                                                                                                                   $ 10,165,359           2.90%
2011 Budget

Capital Projects Fund
2011 Projects Funding Summary



                                                                              State Aids                                         Capital    Transfer                  Capital       Non-
                                    Account Name /                              Grants                    Bond        Utility    Project      from       Total         Asset      Inventory
  Account Number                     Project Name                   Tax       and Other    Assessment   Proceeds     and TID    Reserves    General     Budget      Inventory        Item



  103-10-100-5911    Building Improvements
                       VilfaSeSiS'r'\age
  103-10-100-5922    Web Codification
                        cod~·'l.j'()dat~~                             3,000                                                                                 3,000                       3,000
                        Total Village Board                           3,000                                                                                 3,000                       3,000


  103- 10-110-5911   Building improvements
                        Village HalLQpdaf¢s                                                                                        10,000                  10,000                      10,000
  103- 10-110-5923   Data processing equip
                       Corripq1:errepl#q$rrient                       1,600                                                                                 1,600         1,600
  103-1O~ 110-5924   Technology upgrade
                       Ahl:lh¢sys1:~Ii'1:r¢pl<i¢¢r'r1E!h~                                                                          25,000      25,000      50,000                      50,000
                       p,i~j,}i:~~,S?:~~,·,/J,s~r'I1,~,~~~()~9S                                                                                 8,000       8,000                       8,000
  103·10·110-5931    Technology-GIS
                        Annual GIS                    and maint      10,000                                                                                                            10,000

                        ,/J,,~,,~,~~.1..,~,?~!j,~9,,?~,9,~,pdates     5,000                                                                                                             5,000
  103-10-110-5941    Othe, Study
                        Technology Assessment                        10,000                                                        10,000                  20,000                      20,000
                     Total Village Manager                           26,600                                                        45,000      33,000     104,600         1,600       103,000
Dept 115 Finance
  103-10-115-5923    Data processing
                       General Ledger Replacement                                                                                  35,000                  35,000        35,000
                easGrer'{Offlce
Dept''120(lerk/Tr
  103- 10-120-5390   Elections
                        Votlrigtfjachl@                               6,000                                                                                 6,000         6,000
  103-10- 120-5743   Issuance Costslfin
                        D'e'bt'l~sd~h¢eC8stS                                                                60,000                                         60,000                      60,000
                     Total ClerklTreasurer's Office                   6,000                                 60,000                                         66,000         6,000        60,000

  103-10-130-5923    Data processing
                        ~'e'P'iaterO'~h£~pmp~ter                      2,000                                                                                 2/000         2,000
                        Replacer'lJE!.Q.t2.rlnter                     3,400                                                                                 3,400         3,400
                     lotal: Dahl F'r6d:!ssI116                        5,400                                                                                 5,400         5,400
Dept 300 Police Department
  103-30-300-5911    Bldg Imp,ov & main,
                       Annual building maint                          2,000                                                                                 2,000                       2,000
  103~30-300~5921 Officeequipllleflt
2011 Budget

Capital Projects Fund
2011 Projects Funding Summary



                                                                    State Aids                                               Capital       Transfer                   Capital       Non-
                               Account Name I                         Grants                       Bond          Utility     Project         from        Tota!         Asset      Inventory
  Account Number                Pro~ct Name               Tax       and Other     Assessment     Proceeds       and TID      Reserves      General      Budget      Inventory        Item

                        Small office eqUipment              1,750                                                                                           1,750                       1,750
 , 103-30-300-5923   O,a,ta processing
                        Computer Hardware                   8,700                                                                                           8,700         8,000          700
  103-30·300-5927    Police vehicles
                        Fully equipped squad               41,300                                                                                          41,300       41,300
  103-30-300-5929    Other equipment
                        Ballistic vests                                  3,000                                                                              3,000         3,000
                        Po'rtable Radlo'RePlace            27,057                                                                                          n057          n057
                     Total Other Equipment                 27,057        3,000                                                                             30,057        30,057
  103-30·300-5938    Architectura'f Design'New bl.dg
                       Design for Police Building                                                    400,000                                              400,000                    400,000
                     Total Police Department               80,807        3,000                 ----.--100.000                                             483,807        79,357      404,450
Dept310Fire
  103-30-310-5720    North Shore Fire-Debt serv
                        Annual Capital Charges             95,861                                                                                          95,861                      95,861
  103-30-310-5929    Fire Capital eqUipment
                        2011 Fire engine and ambulanc,e    12,500                                                                28,042                    40,542                      40,542
                        2011 Ladder truck                                                             45,780                    (15,5421                   30,238                      30,238
                        2012 Ladder truck                                                             69,402                                               69,402                      69,402
                        2013 Laddertruck                                                              69,597                                               69,597                      69,59T'
                     Total Fire Capital EqUipment          12,500                                    184,779                    12,500                    209,779                     209,779
Dept 500's Public Works
  103-50-500-5923 Data processing
                        Tl Data !lne upgrade                6,000                                                   6,000                                  12,000                      12,000
  103-50-520-5911     BUild, iJTlP~ov - bid
                        DPW Generators                                                                             22.750                     22,750       45S00         45,500
                        Annex Building Demo                15,000                                                   7,500         7,500                    30,000                      30,000
                        Village Hall West Door repla,e
                        Hubbard Lodge Water Heater          4,500                                                                                           4,500                       4,500
                        2010 Aoof BorrOWing Replenish                                                135,000                  (135,000)
                        Hubbard Lodge HVAC                                                                                      60,000                     60,000                      60,000
                     Total Building Improv's               19,500                                    135,000       30,250       (67,5001      22,750      140,000        45,500        94,500
  103-50-534-5927    Vehicles
                       Chevy c2500 ext cab (#33)           30,000                                                                                          30/000        30,000
                       ~,~'p'i.a,~~ GMC 3500 (#34)         10,250                                                               10,250         20,500      41,000        41/000
                       Replace Ottawa yard tractor          7,500                                                                               7,500      15,000        15,000
                       Replace Case loader (#94)
                       Watering Vehicle                                   5,000                                      2,500                      3,500      11,000        11,000
                     Total Vehicles                        47,750         5,000                                      2,500      10,250         31,500      97,000        97,000
  103-50-534-5929    Other equipment
                                                                                                                                                                                                2
2011 Budget

Capital Projects Fund
2011 Projects Funding Summary



                                                                   State Aids                                          Capital     Transfer                    Capital       Non~

                               Account Name I                        Grants                    Bond         Utility     Project      from       Total           Asset      Inventory
  Account Number                Project Name            Tax        and Other    Assessment   Proceeds      and TID     Reserves    General     Budget        Inventory        Item

                        Oil Recycling Tank                3,000                                                                                     3,000          3,000
  103-50-542-5652   StrE!~1:tE!$l.J,I'f~tll'lg
                        2011 Road Maintenance

                      2011 Alley Maintenance                                                    147,500                                           147,500                     147,500
  103-50-542·5657   BFa hriualROad PtO§r'a'rri
                      Road Recon 2011 plan                            321,000                  1,679,000                                         2,000,000                   2,000,000
  103·50·542·5933          e
                    ReserV df()rF\.iturE!R(jadPf'()9
                      Reserve funds for future

                    Sidewalk

  103·50·547-5915   land




  103·50·547·5937

                                                                                                              38,750     332,750      54,250


                    Total 2011 Projects                $ 406,418    $ 379,000     $ 65,000   $ 3,631,679   $ 38,750    $ 425,250   $ 87,250    $ 5,033,347   $   272,857   $ 4,760,490




                                                                                                                                                                                         3
MEMORANDUM


Date:             November 1, 2010                                                Shorewood

To:               Village Board

From:             Chris Swartz

Re:               Atwater Bluff Stabilization and Service Drive Design Services

The Village's Park Commission and Village Board established Atwater Park improvements as a
priority. A Comprehensive Master Plan for Atwater Park was established in early 2010. The
Plan included a conceptual plan for the bluff, which included both a service drive and an ADA
compliant path, as well as other improvements to the street and beachside areas. (See attached
excerpt from the Master Plan.) Implementation priorities of the Master Plan were also in the
Plan, which included bluff stabilization and access.

The storms of July 15 and July 22 devastated the current path to the beach (due to bluff erosion)
requiring substantial repairs in order to make the beach accessible by vehicle (stairs remain an
alternative). Due to the damage to the path and the obvious bluff instability, the Village Park
Commission and Board, based on a recommendation by staff, established bluff stability and
access an Atwater Park priority.

The Village Board, in late August 20 I0, approved a Request for Proposal (RFP) for "Bluff
Stabilization and Service Drive Design Services for Atwater Park." Village Engineer Mustafa
Emir drafted the RFP, based on the Master Plan and the geo-techuical report from Giles
Engineering. The Village's capital fund reserve designated$160,000 for Atwater Park
improvements, which includes design.

The Village received three proposals from:

      1. Miller Engineering and Scientists and Marek Landscaping
      2. R.A. Smith and Giles Engineering
      3. JJR and CGC (Geo-Technical Engineer)

An interview team was established, comprised of:

      1.   Trustee Hanewall
      2.   Mustafa Emir
      3.   Leeann Butschlick
      4.   Chris Swartz
      5.   Robert Peschel (resident, civil engineer)
      6.   Ericka Lang
I have attached for your information

   1. Matrix prepared by Mustafa Emir summarizing the RFP responses.
   2. Summaries of the firms' credentials and project approach.
   3. Summaries of the proposal plan and cost.

After the interviews, each team member expressed their opinion of the consultants. It was clear
that there were two candidates who stood out:

   1. JJR
   2. Miller Engineer and Scientists

The majority of the group favored Miller Engineer and Scientists, due to:

   1.    knowledge of Lake Michigan,
   2.    shoreline experience,
   3.    "organic nature" of their potential solutions, and
   4.    flexibility in range of solutions.

Based on the discussion with the interview team, I asked that I be allowed to further interview
Miller Engineers and Scientists, as I wanted to be assured they were qualified to develop detailed
construction documents. As part of my due diligence, I would interview JJR again and report
back to the interview team, if necessary. This due diligence is complete and we are reconvening
this Monday if possible.

I will have a recommendation for Monday night, which will include final cost information.

Should you have any questions, please contact me.


/Chris

Attachments as noted
                                          Proposal Review Comments


                          JJR                        RA Smith National          Miller
                          Does not include a
                                                     Does not describe tasks
                          standalone Geotech                                    No cover letter and
 Most Serious                                        and scope of services as
                          Investigation program as                              project contact
 Deficiency in                                       requested - descriptions
                          requested - had to dig                                person/contact
 Proposal                                            are in the project
                          deep to figure what they                              information provided
                                                     approach.
                          were intending to do.
Geotech                   Hand auguring slump
                                                     Formal Geotechnical        Formal Geotechnical
Investigation             areas for more
                                                     Design investigation       Design investigation
Approach                  information

                          $14,500                    $22,610                    $13,300
Geotech
                          Geotech service by UW      Performed by Giles         Performed by Miller
Investigation
                          Professors
Fee

                          (approximate)
                                                                                Will develop alternatives
                          Assumes the                Assumes the
Slope Stabilization                                                             and propose new stability
                          implementation of the      implementation of the
Techniques                                                                      techniques if needed for
                          Giles recommendations,     Giles recommendations,
                                                                                stability
                                                                                Will develop new layout
                          Existing Access Drive      Existing Access Drive
Access Drive                                                                    for Access Drive if
                          layout recommended by      layout recommended by
Alignment                                                                       warranted or needed for
                          JJR                        JJR
                                                                                stability

Design Feasibility        $15,000                    $13,240                    $22,890
Report Effort and         140 hours                  119 hours                  212 hours
Fee
                          (approximate)

                          One bid package            Two bid Packages           One bid Package
Construction
Documents                 $65,000                    $65,267                    $36,190
                          685 hours of effort        572 hours of effort        394 hours of effort

Total Fee                 $104,500"                  $119,524                   $72,400




Village of Shorewood                                                                            1
Atwater Park Slope Stability and
Access Drive Design Services
                                        VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD

                                       REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

    ATWATER PARK SLOPE STABILITY AND ACCESS DRIVE DESIGN SERVICES

 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND:
 The Village of Shorewood seeks a qualified consultant to perform professional design services for (a) the
 Geotechnical Design of slope stabilization and Construction Documents for slope stabilization of the
 Atwater Park Bluff, (b) Design and preparation of Construction Documents for improvements at the upper
 portion of Atwater Park Beach Access Drive.

 Atwater Park bluff has suffered repeated shallow slope failure in recent years. These failures have been
 associated with either heavy rains or rapid snow melt. Some slope failures have caused damage to the
 existing access drive, resulting in temporary reinforcements to maintain limited vehicular access to the
 beach during summer months. A limited geotechnical study was conducted in 2009, and indicated that
 the existing slope had a lower than acceptable factor of safety against slope failure.

 The access drive is one of the first steps in implementing the Atwater Park Master Plan, which can be
 viewed/downloaded from the Village's website (villageofshorewood.org). The proposed access drive will
 add to and replace a portion of the existing asphalt drive that connects the top of Atwater Park to the
 beach down at the lake level. The existing path has suffered slumps and foundation failure in recent
 years. Portions of the path were reinforced with a cellular geotechnical web, which has since failed
 during the heavy rainfall in mid-July. The Consultant should familiarize themselves with the recent
 history of the bluff, and note that the slope in the vicinity of the switch back is considered inherently
 unstable. The alignment of the proposed access drive will be as shown in the Atwater Park Master Plan.

                                            In reference to the figure to the left, Point 7 indicates the
                                            location where the access drive meets North Lake Drive at the
                                            capitol Drive intersection. Point 9 shows the switchback to be
                                            reconfigured. The access drive reconstruction will end at the
                                            existing stairs, shown between Points 8 and 13.

                                            Several changes are desired for the drive in order to provide
                                            safer and easier access for vehicles to navigate the slope, to
                                            offer a mOre enjoyable pedestrian experience, and to resolve
                                            bluff stability issues. Improvements to the drive shall include:

                                                •   A 10-foot wide asphalt surface.
                                                •   A 2-foot gravel shoulder on the lake side edge.
                                                •   An improved SWitchback at the north park boundary.

                                           The southern end of the upper level access drive will also be
                                           relocated to align with the south crosswalk on capitol Drive
                                           (see Point 7 in the figure). From this connedion, the drive will
                                           be graded at a maximum 5% slope to provide ADA-compliant
                                           access to the existing restroom facility and the top of the
                                           stairs (Point 1).




Village of Shorewood                                                                               2
Atwater Park Slope Stability and
Access Drive Design Services
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      constructability review. Piease allow time for meetings with staff and include an allowance for an
      appearance at a Village Board meeting.

     3 - Construction Documents. Plans and specifications, permit applications (if necessary), and prevailing
     wage determination necessary for the public bidding of the project. Plans will at least consist of the
     grading, foundation, soil stabilization, and access drive drawings, details, erosion controi, construction
     sequencing, and restoration plans.

     The Consultant's services will include the preparation of the advertisement, responding to contractor's
     inquiries during the bidding, and assisting in the bid opening. The Consultant will be responsible for the
     distribution of plans and specifications.

     The Consultant will prepare the bid tabulation and issue a contract award recommendation letter after
     verifying references.

     The following items are expected as part of deliverables:

         1.   50 percent plans and specifications submitted to Village for review
         2.   Essentially Complete plans and specifications submitted to Village for review (Essentially
              Complete means that the plan set includes every sheet that will be in the Final set. It also means
              that all specification sections are included in the Project Manual)
         3.   20 copies of final CDs for publication and distribution to bidders
         4.   Drawings to be submitted in digital format
         5.   Reports submitted in digital fonmat

     REQUIRED ELEMENTS OF PROPOSAL:

     Please construct your proposal using the following format:

    Cover Letter - include a "why pick us" statement.
    Project Understanding - Describe what you know of the problem and potential solutions
    Project Approach - Describe how you will solve this problem, include task list and descriptions
    Project Team - Describe roles and qualifications of essential personnel
    Level of Effort - Spreadsheet of tasks-personnel-hours
    Professional Service Fee - Table of Tasks-Fees
    Previous Experience - project descriptions for past projects of similar type
    References - three municipal references for successful projects of similar type

    Sub-consultants in your team must prOVide the above information for the portion of the work assigned to
    them.

    SELECTION PROCESS:
    Respondents must submit seven (7) copies of the proposal in a sealed envelope to
    Village of Shorewood, c/o Chris Swartz, Village Manager, Village Hall, 3930 N. Murray Ave. by 3:00 P.M.
    on September 10, 2010.

    The Village will conduct interviews with the top 4 consultants after the initial evaluation of the proposals.
    Interviews will be held during the week of September 13, 2010 and a contract award recommendation
    will be made on September 20 Village Board meeting.

    All questions On this RFP shall be directed to Mustafa Emir, 414-315-1933, mustafa.emir@bonestroo.com.



    Village of Shorewood                                                                                4
    Atwater Park Slope Stability and
    Access Drive Design SelVices
Atwater Park Master Plan
CD   Terrace Pavilion and Plaza!
     Overlook
@    PlayArea
®    Open Lawn
@    Appomattox Overlook
®    Piensa Sculpture Garden
® Contempiatlve Overlook!
     Rose Garden!Veterans
     Memorial
CD   Entry Feature & Gate

®    Improved Central Stairs
®    Widened Bluff Service Drive
@    Accessible Bluff Connector
@    Overlook w! Shade Structure
@    Beach Pavilion w!
     Expansion Area
@    Beach Plaza with
     Foot Wash Station
@    Beach Boardwaik

®    Covered Seating Areas
@    Swim Beach Activity Zone
@    Active Sports Zone
@    Coastal Structures
     (To be Improved)
@    Optionai Funicular
@    Optional Plaza!Spray Park




iv    Atwater Park MasterPlan ---------------------------~---------------------------
Village of Shorewood
Summary of Tax Levy Impacting Budget Changes Made

                                           Original                                                         Changes Made
                            2010       MOD Budget       %Chg      Correct   Correct   Correct   Utility                                                      Funding of
                          Adopted       Adopted         Budget    Annex      Elder     Funds   Funding Decreased Prisoner       Marketing       Remove       watering
      Tax Levy             Budget        Budget        '10to'11   Demo       Fund     Surplus for TIline Street Maint Housing     chg           Doors         vehicle
General Fund             $ 7,521.390   $   7.752.042      3.07%




 Total Village Tax Lev)! $ 9,878,609   $ 10,165,089       2.90% $ 10,500    $ 4,184 $ (5,000) $ (6,000) $ (10,000) $ (2,000) $      (5,000) $     (15,000) $ (11,000)

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Marketing Fund                                                                                                                                     35,000       16.67%
 Total Village Tax Lev                                                                                                                          10,165,359       2.90%
MILLER
ENGINEERS
SCIENTISTS
Project Understanding

The Park Master Plan provides a description of other desired improvements throughout the
park, including scenic view rest and shade areas along paths, landings and stairs as well as ADA-
compliant pedestrian path or an optional funicular. The Park Master Plan includes an expressed
desire to maintain a natural appearing slope, which is consistent with the 1999 Landscape Plan
and its successive updates. The January 2010 Ecological Study and Management Plan for
Atwater Park Beach suggests considering re-design of the existing groins to provide a curvilinear
plan form in effort "to improve circulation within its cells". The Park Master Plan conceives a
boardwalk along the beach as well as a replacement pavilion with restrooms, changing facilities,
and concessions.

Giles September 2009 and March 2010 geotechnical exploration reports provide general
description and analysis of obSE!rved slope instability areas at both the north and south ends of
the park's slope which the drive traverses. These reports recommend additional exploration to
definE! the areal limits of each. The Village's 2010 Atwater Park Master Plan states that, aside
from thE! instability ofthe present condition, the primary motive (Goal #2, Objective A) for
improving the driVE! is to "provide barrier-free access to the beach for both park users and
maintenance or emergency personnE!I".

Miller Engineers & Scientists is familiar with the contents ofthese documents and we have also
rE!viewed the 1931 trail and slopE! drainage plan that was prepared by the Village Engineer at
that time. The original "cindE!r" paths that were paved to form asphalt trails some decades ago
are no longer used or maintained and are partially overgrown. Miller Engineers & Scientists
thoroughly examined thE! site in preparation of our 2008 proposal to the Village for the
Ecological Study and Master Plan, which included drive stabilization as one of its elements, and
we have also inspected the currE!nt condition ofthe slope to obsE!rve the slope failures
described in the Giles' geotechnical reports. In doing so, we have also observed a shallow
sliding failure in the upper portion of the drive south of the restrooms and minor to moderate
E!rosion underneath the central stairway.

Slope Behavior


Lake Michigan shore bluffs, which are comprised of soils that have been consolidatE!d under
past glaciers, naturally experience gradual to rapid and often successive shallow sliding as soils
along the slope surface weather. DeE!p-seated failure rarely occurs due to the inherent high
strength of consolidated soil below the depth of weathering. This is numerically exprE!ssed as
the 1.5 to 1 "safety factor" against deep-seated slope failure circles as describE!d in Giles recent
reports.

The upper several feet thickness of soils on slopes is typically sliding at a varying ratE! depending
on steepness of the slope as well as degree of saturation at any point in timE!. Where well
drained and vE!getated slopes of undisturbed very stiff clay are present at Atwater Park, the
slopes can become quite stable over the long term at steepness of 2H: 1V which is the average


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slope at the park. The "bio-stabilization" approach that the Village has effectively carried out
by following the 1999 Landscape Plan was and still is the right approach to follow. However,
slope instability can still occur because of one or more additional factors:

 1) Filling on the slope - increases the soil load

 2) Subsurface seepage, especially where it emerges at the slope face - decreases the soil
    strength

3) Localized steepening - above wave erosion at the bluff toe, excavation, or just above
   localized failure due to 1) or 2) above.

From these failure mechanisms several fundamentals of slope stabilization follow:

    1) Avoid net increases of materials to the slope. In general, cut slopes, don't fill.

    2) Intercept subsurface seepage at effective and practical locations within the slope where
       the soil is still "confined" in order to avoid destabilizing soils at the slope surface.

    3) Cut slopes where that is possible. Along lakeshore bluffs, position erosion protection at
       the toe where it will be buried under dunes during normal to low lake water levels so as
       not to interfere with normal beach dynamics.

Slope instabilities at the park include all of these factors at one location or another and the
solutions that we would develop will follow the above principles. Examples of the slope
instabilities are shown in the attached Atwater Park photos. The locations of these photos
labeled on the attached figure. On that figure, we have super-imposed the elevation band that
corresponds to the elevations that fine sand and silt seams are commonly inter-bedded in the
natural, very stiff clay comprising the bluff.

Photos 1 & 2 show the shallow sliding failure along the upper portion of the drive, which is the
result of factors 1 and 3. Photo 3 is looking north along the upper portion of the drive from a
short distance south ofthe restrooms. In the photos the asphalt pavement shows that shallow
creep is occurring under much ofthe drive's width that is likely comprised of soil fill. Photo 4 is
looking south over the failure that has occurred at the north switchback in the drive, which is
likely caused by factors 1 and 2.

Photo 5 is looking north toward the failed switchback along a section of drive that appears
relatively stable but is likely experiencing some gradual, shallow creep. Photo 6 is looking south
from the central stairway, showing gradual creep under the asphalt in the distance, similar to
photo 3.




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Photos 7 and 8 are in the "hump" area identified in the Giles' report near the toe of the south
end of the slope. This is the result offactors 1, 2, and 3. Close-up photos 9 and 10 show that
this sliding is very shallow and is aggravated by a minor amount of seepage.

Photos 11 and 12 depict erosion occurring under the central stairway that commenced (as in
photo 11) along the edge of the asphalt stabilized aggregate surface under the stairs but
progressed (as shown in figure 12). This is caused by surface drainage concentration from the
asphalt stabilized aggregate under the stairs. The stairway foundations are still stable, as
indicated by lack of any deformation in the steel structure of the stairway, but the erosion must
be stopped very soon. Although the steel is still in excellent condition, it will soon be due for
thorough repainting.

The piezometers installed by Giles indicate that the "phreatic surface", which is the profile
where the water pressure in the soil equals atmospheric pressure, within the slope does not
emerge from the slope surface. That, in combination with very stiff clay soil, is what gives the
slope an adequate safety factor against deep-seated failure. So the benefit of directionally
drilled "wick" drains recommended by Giles in their reports would be to intercept seepage from
the silt and fine sand seams that are common at and below elevation of 630 feet (the lower Yz
of the 95 feet tall slope) before that water emerges at the slope face. But there is very little
evidence of seepage that requires interception and what there is we feel can be accomplished
with less expensive alternative techniques that also control surface drainage and are integrated
with the drive.

We believe that we can develop effective and long lasting solutions to accomplish the project
objectives at considerably less cost than has been estimated to date. The project team has
considerable experience in working together to stabilize lakeshore bluffs in drastically worse
condition.

Slope-Beach Transition

The toe of the slope is important to integrated stabilization design because mid and upper
slope stability ultimately depends on avoiding wave erosion during periods of high lake water
levels. This risk is also critical to positioning of the proposed pavilion, boardwalk, and other
improvements that are planned near the toe of the slope. Although not within the scope of this
RFP, we recommend this aspect be evaluated concurrently with feasibility evaluation of slope
and drive stabilization for several reasons that we will explain when interviewed.




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Project Approach

Where there is room, cutting back lake bluffs to a slope of 3 horizontal to 1 vertical easily
provides a stable vegetated slope in soil conditions present in the Atwater Park bluff. However,
the top of such a slope would be close to the sidewalk, eliminating the precious street level
portion of the park. Filling in the lower portion of the bluff is also not feasible, as that would
occupy important beach. So, all solutions must manage to work with the existing 2 horizontal
to 1 vertical average slope, much as it is.

This requires that design take advantage of natural conditions and not fight natural challenges,
and engineering and conceptual planning must go hand in hand through cycles of synthesis and
analysis. Each cycle provides improved definition, practicality and benefit/cost optimization.
The Master Plan and Geotechnical Explorations together have accomplished the first cycle. The
next intermediate (feasibility) and final (design) cycles, which will be accomplished by the
proposed scope of engineering services, will require even more closely knit analysis and
conceptualization considering the site's steep slope and all uses and desired features ofthe
park.

We expect that the additional soil exploration borings and geotechnical evaluation proposed
herein may identify that the shallow sliding that is occurring, as well as the erosion under the
stairs, can be stabilized using a combination of "Bio-Technics" along with judicious removal of
some ofthe existing fill. The feasibility evaluation will consider appropriate combinations of
synthetic mesh materials, appropriate soil materials, and plants. This approach can provide
stabilization at much less cost than other solutions recommended to date and is consistent with
the naturalized approach effectively initiated by the Landscape Plan. Some ofthese
"biotechnical" solutions will be described when we are selected for interview. Cost savings
here may allow the purchase of the funicular, which we feel is essential for ADA access down
this 100 feet tall bluff. But it might better be located close to the central stairway so that
intermediate stops would coincide with any shaded landings that are added to the stairway.

The amount of excavation, construction and cost of drives or paths on slopes increases with the
square ofthe width. Because municipal emergency vehicles have continued to increase in size
over the years, accommodating their width and turning radius at this location will require an
unusual degree of integrated design effectiveness. Requiring that ambulances get down to the
beach level may also lose critical life saving time as compared to some alternatives that we feel
should be explored. In any case, premature commitment to any element without quantifying
required width for implementation and considering alternatives can be very costly and will lead
to future failure. Miller Engineer & Scientists' feasibility evaluation will present several
drive/path width options and appropriate construction materials; including preliminary cost
estimates to determine the optimum drive construction cost vs. vehicle size choice.

The final analysis/synthesis cycle will develop construction design drawings and specifications
that prescribe details of the grades, as well as all materials, of which there will be several



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alternatives to choose from. The general steps for the entire process, as outlined in the RFP,
are:

1- Additional geotechnical exploration as recommended in Giles September 2009 and March
2010 exploration reports will define the areal limits of slope instability near the north end of
the park under the existing drive switchback, and also uphill ofthe "hump" offill on the slope
near the south end ofthe park.

2 - Design Feasibility Report will analyze and present alternatives to stabilize these areas and
develop the drive reconstruction options for the Village to consider. This will include
preliminary construction cost estimates for all alternatives presented so the Village can make
an informed decision on which will best serve the community. This phase will include meetings
with staff and community.

3 - Construction Documents and assistance in construction bidding will be for the slope
stabilization and reconstructed drive option selected by the Village at the culmination of step 2
above. Construction design documents will include grading, drive foundation, and soil
stabilization plans and specifications, access drive details, erosion control, construction
sequencing, restoration plans, and permit applications.

The specific scope of serVices we propose for each of these steps is described in greater detail
below:

1) Additional Geotechnical Exploration

Since the natural soil profile is already defined, Miller Engineers & Scientists recommends that
twelve shallow (10' to 15') additional borings be performed to define the surficial fill areas; six
of these distributed on the slope north of the central stairway and six up the slope from the
south "hump". These borings can be accomplished with small ATV equipment that allows
access along the former switchback trails and existing drive. Depending on the soil profiles
revealed as the field work progresses, some of these borings may be placed at intermediate
locations to provide the best indication of conditions over the entire slope. These shallow
borings will also help indicate moisture conditions along the slope face at elevations where fine
sand and silt seams are present.

Water levels in the existing piezometers will be measured and their vertical alignment will be
examined to ascertain if any distortion that has developed in them provides an indication of
depth of slope failure, which we expect would be at the base of or within any fill soil.

All soil samples obtained from the borings will be visually classified and tested for moisture
content. Atterberg Limits and grain size analysis will be performed on selected samples. We
will also complete six unconfined compression tests to further define the strength ofthe soil.
Logs will be produced for each boring and this information will be combined with the prior




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exploration deep boring logs to provide a composite interpretation of soil profiles and
conditions. This information will be summarized in the Geotechnical Report.

While the borings are being done, approximately one dozen stakes (with tacks) will be set in the
slope face at various locations that appear to be semi-stable to stable and their locations will be
precisely surveyed. Steel fence posts will be set next to these to guard and indicate their
locations. The stakes will again be surveyed some time after ground thaw in spring to provide
an indication of surficial soil creep rates to confirm or modify the solution designs.

2) Feasibility Evaluation

The combination of all geotechnical information and an updated and detailed topographic
survey of the slope provided by the Village will define the physical setting as it pertains to slope
and drive stabilization.

Surface drainage is not the major challenge on this site because ofthe small tributary area at
the top of the slope and well established vegetation on the slope. Because the silt and fine sand
seams inter-bedded within stiff clay in the lower half of the slope are not emitting a large flow
of water, Miller Engineers & Scientists recommends that seepage from those strata be
intercepted with shallow subsurface drains running along the strike of the slope. These would
be incorporated within the access drive reconstruction and perhaps also slope vegetation
maintenance and feature access paths that would run mid-slope southward from the central
stairway.

Directionally drilled wick drains are effective where there is considerable seepage flow through
clean sand seams. However, the radius of flow interception is quite limited in fine grained sand
and the radius in silt is negligible. Wick drains would be effective in lowering water pressure in
fine sand seams; but the phreatic surface is already naturally quite deep within the slope at
Atwater Park.

Because of the steep slope and turn-around diameter needed for any vehicle, there is an
advantage in minimizing the number of switchbacks as the Park Master Plan does. Since the
turn-around is located in the northern instability area, any viable alternatives will be considered
to assist in confirming the best configuration and details for the reconstructed drive.

The feasibility analysis report will present the estimated costs, practicalities, and typical cross-
sections for a range of drive pavement widths ranging from 6 to 12 feet. This report will also
present the various material types and configurations that can be used along the uphill and
downhill edges of the drive, as is appropriate for each scale of cross-section. All of the sections
will include appropriate vegetation restoration and some will incorporate "biotechnic"
elements within them.

We have included in the Fee Estimate and Level of Effort several meetings with Village staff and
community to select the alternatives that best meet the combination of community needs. This


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portion of our proposed scope is particularly open to modification by the Village as they see
appropriate. This process will culminate in very specific definition of what is to be designed.

3) Construction Drawings, Specifications, Cost Estimates, and Bidding

Design will be performed in Auto CAD Civil 3-D. This not only allows optimization of grade
geometry to minimize earthwork and develop effective details for road reconstruction, it also
facilitates visualization, including vehicle accessibility. This will include surface and subsurface
drainage interception, erosion control measures, and restoration. Drainage will likely be
directed to discharge to an infiltration gallery that should be positioned behind a buried
revetment located to protect a boardwalk and pavilion. Although design ofthose features is
not included in the Engineering Fee or Level of Effort tables, they can be included if the Village
has Miller perform the beach equilibrium cross-section evaluation that we recommend be
performed concurrently with the requested scope of services.

Miller will prepare the appropriate bid documents and assist the Village throughout the bidding
phase and selection of a contractor.




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Project Team

The Miller Engineers & Scientists' (Miller) team is a small group of staff that will be directly lead
by the firm's principal, Roger G. Miller, who has extensive experience in all aspects ofthis type
of project. Because the engineering solutions must preserve the integrity of the existing
landscape progress and will also use biotechnical components, Miller will work closely with
Marek Landscaping as our only "outside" consultant. We have worked with Marek Landscaping
on several projects and have developed a good relationship. The individual project team
members are introduced and their roles summarized below:

Roger G. Miller, P.E. - President and Principal Geotechnical Engineer will lead the project team
and directly supervise all aspects of the project; developing many of the solution conceptual
alternatives and configurations and assuring effectiveness and integration of each element in
design. He will also perform the necessary stability calculations.

Roger E. Strohm, P.E. - Senior Civil Engineer will perform the remaining feasibility and design
computations and will directly supervise design drafting and preparation of specifications and
construction contract documents. He will work with Mr. Miller and Mr. Marek to develop an
economical, constructible, and serviceable drive that will include effective under-drains,
appropriate types of retaining structures, and naturalized landscaping.

Mike Marek (Principal of Marek Landscaping) - Mr. Marek will work directly within the project
team to provide his expertise in developing the biotechnical concepts to stabilize the shallow
sliding slope failure areas as well as the appropriate biotechnical elements of retaining
structures associated with the drive. He will also lend his expertise in constructability and
construction cost estimating.

Stacy L. Hron - Biologist/Ecologist will collaborate with Mr. Marek to develop details and
specifications for biotechnical elements of the design and project integration with the existing
landscaping of the Atwater Park slope, of which he is intimately familiar. Stacey will also assist
in compilation of construction bid tabulation and evaluation and be available to facilitate
community involvement.

Sheila M. Wettstein - As Auto CAD Technician, Sheila will perform all project drafting, including
preparation of conceptual cross-sections during the feasibility evaluation phase as well as the
design grading plans using Auto CAD Civil 3D. Sheila has direct experience in design of narrow
roads in steep terrain.

William Freel, P.L.S. - William will perform the surveys ofthe slope monitoring stakes that we
will set and will compute their displacements that occur over time.




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                                                                                                   Geotechnical Exploration                     114

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                                              Alignment Refinement          2        4      4                        8
                                    Develop Cross Section Geometry          8        8                               8                  4
                                                         Cost Estimate      2        4                                4     4
            Develop Structural/Geotechnical/Biotechnic Edge Options        16        8                                8                 4
                                                         Cost Estimate      2        4                                4     4
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                                               Initial Public Meeting       8        4      2                         8     1           2
                                               Second Staff Meeting         8        4      2                         8     1           2
                                              Second Public Meeting         4        4                               16     1           2
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                                                            Subtotal    $5,220                    $1,620 $2,700       $910                         $2,880
                                                                                          Geotechnical Exploration Subtotal                      $13,330

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                                           Alignment Refinement           $290   $S20      $360                       $520
                                 Develop Cross Section Geometry         $1,160 $1,040                                 $520             $600
                                                      Cost Estimate       $290   $520                                 $260    $260
         Develop Structural/Geotechnical/Biotechnic Edge Options        $2,320 $1,040                                 $520             $600
                                                      Cost Estimate       $290   $520                                 $260    $260
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                                              Initial Staff Meeting     $1,160     $520    $180                        $520    $65   $300
                                            initial Public Meeting      $1,160     $520    $180                        $520    $65   $300
                                            Second Staff Meeting        $1,160     $520    $180                        $520    $65   $300
                                           Second Public Meeting          $580     $520                              $1,040    $65   $300
                                                            Subtotal $8,410 $5,720         $900                      $4,680   $780 $2,400
                                                      Feasibility Analysis & Development Solution Options Subtotal                               $22,890




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                                                          Permitting  $290    $520  $720              $600   $1,040  $260
                                          Drainage Design/Roadway      $580 $1,040  $720              $450   $1,040        $1,200
                                                              Details  $580   $520   $720             $900   $1,040
      50% Plan Review with Village (with construction cost estimate)   $580   $520                    $600     $520          $600
                                     Project Manual/Bid Documents      $580 $1,040   $180             $900     $780  $520    $600
      90% Plan Review with Village (with construction cost estimate)   $580   $520                    $600     $520          $600
                Engineering Estimate of Probable Construction Cost     $145   $520   $180             $300     $260          $600
                                                      Bid Assistance   $580   $520                    $600     $520
                                   Bid Opening & Recommendation $1,160 $1,040                         $600     $520  $130
                            Distribution of Plans and Specifications   $290 $1,040                    $600     $520   $260
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      Team Organization
      The JJR team is comprised of highly experienced professional staff who are committed ro rhe Atwater Park Shoreline
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      Stabilization and Access Project. JJR has- teamed with geotechnical experts who will complement our in-house team
      of engineers and designers. Collectively our team will provide all areas necessary to complete this project successfully.
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                 Fred Klancnik, JJR Principal in Charge
                 Mr. Klancnik oversees J]R's staff of planning. landscape architecture, civil engineering, and environmental science profes-    C
                 sionals and has over 30 years experience on waterfront development ana design projects.

                 Bill Brose, JJR Project Director and Principal Engineer
                 Mr. Brose is an expert in waterfront design for the Great Lakes region. He brings with him 25 years ofexperience in
                 feasibility studies, conceptual design. and construction ofshorelines, bluffs, and beaches throughout the country.

                 Kathleen Lake, JJR Senior Civil Engineer
                 Ms. Lake has over 17 years ofcivil engineering and project management experience. She is exceptionally knowlegable of
                 lakeshore and bluffstabilization projects, as well as stormwater management, earthwork. and waterfront construction.
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                Mr. Kretschman has design and management experience in the areas of waterfront design with expertise in stormwater
                analysis, permitting, construction plan and specification preparation, estimating, and material sampling and testing.
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                 Mark O'leary, JJR Senior Ecologist
                 Mark O'leary brings his expertise in ecology and natural systems with experience in ilatural areas assessment and manage-     (
                 ment, river and stream restoration, and master planning of watersheds and greenways.

                Jessica Fink, JJR Landscape Architect
                Jessie Fink has experience in park and recreational design, and waterfront revitalization. She was also a key member of the
                Atwater Park Master Planning project and brings a deprh of pasr knowledge ofAtwater Park.

                Jack Cox,  JJR Senior Coastal Engineer
                Mr. Cox is a internationally recognized leader in waterfront development. His experience includes ecologically sensitive
                planning and a demonstrated expertise in developing value engineering solutions.
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                Tuncer Edit, Professor/Geotechnical Engineer
                Dr. Edil is a renowned professor and engineer with an extensive career in slope stability and landslides for the Great Lakes
                region. He has also spent nearly 30 years researching the Atwater Park bluff.
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                Mr. Schultz, President of geotechnical design firm CGC, Inc, and former student of Professor Edil's, has studied and
                implemented lasting soulurions for slope stability throughout the Great Lakes Basin.                                           \..
                BillWuellner, CGC, Inc., Senior Geotechnical Engineer
                Bill began practicing geotechnical engineering in 1976 and has worked on a variety of geotechnical projects throughout
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 1. Project Approach


Project Understanding
The JJR team has been involved in previous studies and            compared our findings to the existing geotechnical work
plans for the Atwater Park site. During the Atwater Park          completed by Giles Engineering and Ptofessor Edil.
Master Plan process, JJR reviewed the Village's archives,         Based on our team's expertise with slope stability, experi-
studied the past projects at the Park, and met with Village       ence with this site, and our initial review, we believe that
staff and the public to discuss the park's hisrory as well as     there may be some cost-saving options for the Village.
future. JJR understands the original 1930's stabilization         OUf initial observations lead us to believe that many of
project. the historic uses of the park, the improvements          the visible slides may be due to surface water from the
made to the park over the years, and the Village's desire to      major rain events. During the analysis portion of the
successfully stabilize the slope and enhance Atwater Park.        project, we will thoroughly investigate the causes of the
                                                                  local slope failures and present cost effective recommenda-
Our geotechnical lead, Professor Edil, has been studying          tions for reparative measures.
the Atwater Park bluff since 1975. In 1989, he authored
SEWRPC's report on Atwater Park's global stabiliry and in         Our team is well versed in a multitude of slope stabi-
1985, and authored of the updated repon. He continues a           lization techniques including wick drains, soil nailing.
great in~erest in the park.                                       subsurface dewatering, various synthetics (geowebs, mats.
                                                                  mesh. etc.) as well as surface drainage and stabiliza-
The JJR team has a continued interest in the success of           tion techniques. We have included an ecologist and
Atwater Park. In addition to having reviewed the historic         landscape architect on our team who provide input on
aerial photos, our team has taken and studied our own             long-term surface stabilization with vegetation which will
aerial photos, which were taken in August 2010. We feel           complement the existing plantings that the Village has
confident that our team understands the overall impact of         established.
the July 2010 storms on the park.

The JJR team has also reviewed site photographs taken
pre -and post- July 2010 and made on-site investigations
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Historical Aerial                                                 Site Photo taken by]JR, October 2009

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                                                                       access, tie backs, grading and identifY the restoration and
        Task 1: Preliminary Design Feasibility Report                  stabilization required on the areas where vegetation is re-
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        The JJR team has reviewed the historical data and existing     and permitting requirements review and a summary. The         C
        geotechnical reports, and visited the project site. We will    constructability review will address park impacts during
        start this project with an in-depth review of aerial photos,   construction and aim to reduce impacts for park users.
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        nical repotts (both Giles reports and UW-Madison/              The next step will be to develop a preliminary opinion
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        SEWRPC past srudies), surface water patterns, subsurface       of probable construction cost (OPCC) for the proposed         (
        water histotical dara, and adjacent urility systems. We        stabilization and access road design concepts. The find-
        will also engage in discussions with Village staff and park    ings will be summarized into a Draft Preliminary Design
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        neighbors for factual or anecdotal observations of site        Feasibility Report.
        conditions. We will work with the Village to acquire all
        the existing historical information ofvalue including any      ]]R will submit the Orafi: Preliminary Design Feasibility
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        historical data on past slides and existing plans for the      Report to the Village and meet with the Village to discuss    ("
        access pathway_ We then propose to complement the              the findings. JJR will incorporate the Village's review
        existing Giles repott with hand auguring in the slumped
        areas to evaluate the possibility of localized seeps and
                                                                       comments and issue the Preliminary Design Feasibility
                                                                       Report.-The final document will function as a guide to the
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        overall quality/properties of the fill materials.              implementation and construction documents phase.              (
                                                                       The Preliminaty Design Feasibility Report will include the
        The final geotechnical design will include a comprehensive     following:                                                    (
        stabilization plan for Atwater Park including addressing
        the slope's global stability, as well as long-term repair      •   Meet with Village staff to discuss priorities, project
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        solutions for each of the existing slide areas, overall            goals, historical data, conceptual ideas, etc.
        surface stability, access road foundation and widening,        •   Results and conclusions from the field investigations     (
        and retaining strucrure global srability. The findings will    •   Geotechnical design memo
        be summarized into a memO that will be included in the         •   Design alternatives analysis
        Preliminary Design Feasibility Report.                         •   Recommendation for design direction
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        Using the Village-provided ropographic mapping, JJR            •   Permitting requirements
        will prepare a project base map which will form the basis      •   Constnlctability review                                   (
        of the construction plans. JJR will use the Atwater Park       •   Meet with Village staff to review Draft Preliminary
        Master Plan as a guide to the geometric design for the ac-         Design Feasibility Report                                 l.
        cess roadway. This will involve modifications to the access    •   Appearance at one Village Board Meeting to discuss
        road's upper alignment and grade to provide ADA access             projecr sratus/findings
        to the existing restroom facility, increasing the turning
        radius for the switchback to allow a pickup truck and          Task 2: Construction Documentation
        trailer to make the curve as well as widening the access
        path to provide lO-1i: of asphalt with a 2-ft shoulder. The    Afrer the acceptance of the Preliminary Design Feasibility
        increased width will likely require retaining structures as    Report by the Village, ]]R will begin the construction
        noted in the Atwater Park Master Plan. Subsurface water,       documents phase of the project. During rhis phase, JJR        \.
        surface water, surcharge loading, and vehicle loading will
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will develop construction documents for the stabilization          cation and distrubution to bidders, technical specifications
of the existing bluff~ including surface water control~            in PDF and Word formar, and a bid schedule in PDF and
groundwater control, any needed improvements to                    XLS formar.
increase the facror of safety for global stability, reraining
structure design and repair design for the areas that              Task 3: Permitting Assistance
experienced slides in the past and/or during the recent
extreme weather conditions. In addition, JJR will provide         Depending on the extent of the implementation phase,
construction documents fur the access roadway design              the required permits will vary. Our initial analysis notes
including reconfiguration of the upper path ro achieve 5%         that following permits may be needed:
maximum grade to the existing restroom facility; increas-         Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wac
ing the width to 12cfr (J()..fr paved) and increasing the         rer Resources Application for Projecr Permits (WRAPP)
rurning radius of the switchback. The access road design          with the following attachments:
will continue from the top of bluff past the switchback
to the point where the stairs again intersect the road The         •    If over 10,000 sf are disturbed on the bluff, a DNR
construction plans & specifications will include:                       Chapter 30 grading permit will be required.
                                                                   •    Ifover 1cacre is disturbed by the project, a Construcc
•   Grading                                                             tion Norice oflntent (NOI) will be required.
•  Roadway Foundation                                             •     If srormwater discharges are created in the bluff area,
•  Soil srabilization                                                   a DNR Chapter 30 outfall permit may be required.
•  Access drive drawings                                           •    Attachments to the above permits could include
• Construction details                                                  attachments and plans for Construction Erosion and
• Erosion control plans                                                 Sediment Control and Post Construction Stormwater
• Construction sequencing                                               Management.
• Surface stabilization and vegetation restoration plans          •     JJR will review permitting requirements during the
• ,Construction contract including General Conditions,                  Preliminaty Design Report based on the direction rhe
   Supplemental conditions, advertisement to bid,.                      design and assist the Village by filling out the permit
   instructions to bidders, etc.                                        applications and developing the arrachments. All
• Technical specifications                                              permit fees will be paid separately by the Village.
• Wage rate determination
                                                                  Task 4: Bidding Services
Plan~ and specifications will be submitted for client review      During the Bidding Phase of this project, JJR will provide
at 50% and 95% level. JJR will meet wirh the Client to            the following services:
discuss their review of the 500/0 and 950/0 construction
documents level. At these levels of completion, JJR               •     Sending the Advertisement for Bid to the local
will updare rhe OPCC a;'d provide the Client a copy.                    newspaper, any plan houses requested by the Village
The 50% plans will be developed with sufficient deraU                   and contractors;
to submit with any needed. permit applications. Mter              •     Distribution of plans and specifications;
incorporating the Client's comments into the 95% plans            •     Responding to contractor's inquiries during bidding;
and specifications, JJR will furnish stamped construcrion         •     Development and distribution of any needed ad-
plans and specifications for use in bidding.                            dendum;
                                                                  •     Assisting during the Bid Opening;
N,deliverables for this task, JJR will provide 50% and            •     Developing a Bid tabulation;
95% review sets including plans, specifications and               •     Verify lowest responsible bidder's references; and
OPCC; stamped and sealed construction drawings in                 •     Recommendation of contract award letter
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                                                                                        Services
    Founded in 1961, JJR has grown into a nationally recognized civil engineering,
    landscape architecture, urban planning and design, and environmental science        WATERFRONTS                           (
    firm. Alo~g with our office in Madison,.WI, which heads up our waterfronts          • Shoreline protection and beach
    practice and will be leading your project, JJR also has offices in Ann Arbor,         creation                            (
    Chicago, Pboenix, and Washington, DC.                                               • Shoreline Stabilization
                                                                                          Recreational/public'l,vater&onts
    Excellence in waterfront patk planning and engineeting is a hallmark ofJJR's        • Co"t~tal engineering & Modeling:
    professional work.We excel at designing and implementing the site improve-          • Marina, pon and harbor analysis,
    ments and urban/sustainable design features that help create dynamic and              long:-range plannillg and, design
    appealing community parks. JJR's highly experienced watetfront designets and        • Grant Ivriti'ng & funding suppon    (
    engineers can provide you with the latest and best design approaches and techni-
    cal standards for your project. We have a proven track record helping our clients   PARKS AND RECREATION                  (
    get the most out of their waterfront park investments.                                 Park planning and design
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    Our firm's success is embodied in the long-term, start-to-finish relationships      • Open space planning
    we have developed with our clients, 'as well as the more than 200 design and        • RecreJrional facilitydeslgll        (
    engineering awards we have been honored to receive over the years from .            • Athletic facility design
    organizations including the American Institute ofArchitects, American Society
    of Landscape Architects, American Planning Association, and American Society        CITIES & COMMUNITIES
    of Civil Engineers.                                                                    Area and district plans
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    Integrated Practice with Dedicated Resources for Your Project                       • Public irivob/emenr
    JJR is a team of civil engineers and landscape architects, waterfront/urban         • Urban deSign guidelines
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    designers, planners, coastal engineers, environmental scientists, and LEED-         • Civic sp3ce design
    accredited professionals. We practice collaboratively with our clients to address       Srteetscape design
    all aspects of a project, and to find deSign solutions that balance and address     • Bicycle/pedestrian facilities
    the full range of technical, environmental, ,cultural, political, economic and
    human issues and needs presented by each unique site and community.                 PROPERTY DEVELOpMENT
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                                                                                        o Research and technology parks
                                                                                        • N1edical district plans

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                                                                                        • Lo\v impact/sustainable design
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                                                                         Biosketch ofTuncer B. Edi!, Ph.D., P.E., D.GE

CGC, Inc. specializes in geotechnical engineering and                    Tuncer B. Edil is a licensed Professional Engineer in the
design, construction observation and laboratory testing                  State of Wisconsin, and a professor in the Geological
services on projects ranging from small one-story additions              Engineering Program at the University ofWisconsin-
to major high rise buildings, lakeslretention ponds, waste               Madison. Tuncer B. Edil received his B.S. and M.S.
water treatment facilities, landfills, highways, bridges, and            degrees from Robert College in Isranbul, Turkey and
other structUres. As a direct result of the firms highly expe-           Ph.D. from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois,
rienced professionals, its focus on responsive service, and its          all in civil engineering. He has been on the faculty of
loyal clients, CGC has successfully completed engineering!               the University of Wisconsin-Madison since 1973 and is
testing on over 12,000 projects, including the majority                  responsible for establishing and developing the geotechni-
of the showcase projects in southern "Wisconsin, since its               cal program and the geological engineering program.
inceptioin in 1994. Specialized services are listed bdow.
                                                                        Dr. Edil has been conducting research on slopes stabil-
Planning and design phase services                                      ity with emphasis on coastal slopes for nearly 30 years.
                                                                        He has served as a consultant to governmental agencies
•         Geotechnical explorations, laboratory testing and             such as Wisconsin DNR, Southeast Wisconsin Regional
          consulting
                                                                        Planning Commission, and Bay Lake regional Planning
•         Phase I environmental site testing
                                                                        Commission and served as an expert to engineering con-
•         Materials engineering and testing
                                                                        sulting firms and law offices on humerous occasions on
•         Infiltration parameters for stormwater design
                                                                        problems of slope srability and dam safety. The Wisconsin
                                                                        Coastal Zone Management Program in preparation of
Construction phase services                                             Wisconsin Shore Plan used his research in '70s. He was
•         Field and hborarory testing on buIlding projects              a sub-consultant on slope stability issues for the Bender
•         Field and laboratory testing on waste disposal facilities     Park Waterfront Development, which was honored by the
•         Construction engineering, inspection and testing on           American Society of Civil Engineers WIsconsin Section
          transportation projects                                       with an Engineering Achievement Award in 2001. He
•         Geotechnical and materials laboratory testing                 also has been consultant to private firms in Minnesota and
                                                                        Wisconsin on Landfill slope srability analyses and inves-
CGC certifications                                                      tigated the massive Metro Landfill slide in Wisconsin.
                                                                        Recently, he served as a consultant on cut slope stability in
                                                                        soft Pacific muck in connection with a container terminal
•        Reviewed!accepted by US Army COtpS of Engineers
                                                                        construction in Panama Canal. He is currently invited to
         1998
                                                                        investigate and mitigare the White Bluff landslides and
•        ACI-certified technicians
                                                                        resultant accelerated erosion of Locke Island in Columbia
•        NICET-certified technicians in geosynthetic installa-
                                                                        River in Washington by the U.S. Department of Energy.
         tion
•        WDOT-certified technicians in highway materials
                                                                        Dr. Edil started and has raught "Seepage and Slopes", the
         testing
                                                                        main geotechnical course on the subject at the University
•        Trained technicians in nuclear field density testing
                                                                        of Wisconsin-Madison, for many years. He was instru-
•        NRC-licensed for operation of nuclear density gauges
                                                                        mental in conceiving and starting a national short course
         AASHTO and WDOT a=edited labotarory
                                                                        enrirled "Slope Stability and Landslides" in 1980. This
                                                                        course, in which Dr. Edil is a primary instructor, has
                                                                        been offered continuously with more than 30 offerings in
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                                 Jim Doyle, Governor                             2300 N. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive       (
                                 Matthew J. Frank, Secretary                          Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212-3128
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      Dear JJRLakeshore Slale Park Team:
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      Since the grand opening of Lakeshore State Park on June 20, 2007, the Department has watched visitors
      discover the park and its beauty. I want to thank you for working closely with theDepartmYllt to design a              {i
      park fitting for the magnificence of Lake Michigan and the stuaningdowntown Milwaukee setting.
      L!!kesb,ore state Park is the front door to Milwaukee and. tb,e grand. opening celebra,tion was a, preview of
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      its presence in MiI'Wllukee. Our guests reveled in its attraction along this world-elaSs lakefront.
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      since 1999, my stafflind I watched your work on the north lakefront plan along Lake Michiglln that                     (
      included the promenade along the Calalrava addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum, the breakwater east
      ofthe MUseum, tile Pier Wi$consin project and now Lakeshore State PlIrk;

     I Wllnt to recognize Bill Brose and your team of experts who incotpOrated ideas from our team into the
     master plan. The collaborative effm1 ofthe bridge design is the hallmark of the project. It blends ideas
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     from our internal Dej)artment team withJJR execution. The classic and whimsical design ofthebridge is                   (
     a perfect framework to the backdrop oftheClty.
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     This high profile project included many stakeholders with diverse ideas for the project. JJR demonstrated
     lin abiIityto balance these diverse ideas, facilitate discussion a,mong stakeholders and create a design that           (
     exceeded expectations. Public acceptance of the park is the true test of our vision and collective planning
     efforts. This unique urban oasis has passed that test with flying colors as the public has welcmned.                    ~
     Lakeshore State Park as a destination location.

     Participation levels are high as the public is appreciating and enjoying the attay ofrecreational
     opportunities and amenities geared to the urban population. This is a great accomplishment and a lasting
     impact on the quality of life in Milwaukee. Congratulations!

     Sincerely,
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     P.S. No words tell the story of Lakeshore State Park as well as the lasting impression ofthis angler and
     her instructor whose nature class participated with our Fisheries staff in stocking 1,000 adult brown trout
     into Lake Michigan!


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  5. References


 JJR REFERENCES
                                                                                                 (CGC, InC.)
 We invite you to contact the references listed below for objective
 endorsements of our previous work.                                                                Mr. Kurt Farrenkopf
                                                                                                   Kapur & Associates
                                                                                            7711 N. Port Washington Road
                                                                                                 Milwaukee, WI 53217
 Bender Park, Oak Creek, WI                                                                       414.351.6668
 Karl Stave                                                                            Project Powder Hill Stability Evaluation
Milwaukee County
Department of Public Works
                                                                                                     Mr. Matt Morris
2711 Wells, Street                                                                                 Hammes Company
Milwaukee County, WI                                                                          22 E. Mifflin Street, Suite 800
414-278-4863                                                                                      Madison, WI 53703
                                                                                                     608.274.7447
                                                                                          Project Lambeau Field Renovation
 Egg Harbor Marina, Egg Harbor, WI
Nancy A.. W. Fisher
7860Hwy.42                                                                                           Mr. jim Shebesta
                                                                                                     Alliant Energy
Egg Harbor, WI 54209
                                                                                                 4902 N. Bittmore Lane
930-868-3334                                                                                      Madison, WI 53703
                                                                                                     608.575.3600
                                                                                               Project: Multiple Facilities
Chicago Park District
Rob Rejrnan, Director of Lakefront Construction
Chicago Park District
Chicago, Illinois 60611
312-7421-7529



Milwaukee lakefront Redevelopment, Milwaukee, WI
Gloria McCutcheon, Regional Director
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
2300 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Milwaukee. Wisconsin
414-263-8510


Concordia University, Mequon, WI
Dr. Patrick Ferry, President
Concordia University
12800 North Lake Shore Drive,
Mequon. WISconsin
414-243-5700




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            The Shorewood

     Business Improvement District

         2011 Operating Plan




SI    ESS I PROVE E




              October 2010




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TABLE OF CONTENTS


I.     INTRODUCTION

II.    DISTRICT BOUNDARIES

III.   PROPOSED OPERATING PLAN
       A. Plan Objectives
       B. Proposed Activities
       c. Proposed Expenditures
IV.    METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
       A. Assessment Rate and Method
       B. Excluded and Exempt Property

V.     VILLAGE ROLE IN DISTRICT OPERATION

VI.    BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STAFF

VII. FUTURE YEARS' OPERATING PLANS
VIII. AMENDMENT, SEVERABILITY, AND EXPANSION


Appendix A - 2010 Assessed Values and BID Assessments
Appendix B - 2011 adopted operating budget




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                       THE SHOREWOOD BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
                                  2011 OPERATING PLAN


I.     INTRODUCTION

       In 1984, the Wisconsin legislature created Sec. 66.608 of the Statutes enabling cities to establish
       Business Improvement Districts (BID) upon the petition of at least one property owner within the
       proposed district. The purpose of the law is '10 allow businesses within those districts to develop,
       manage, and promote the districts and to establish an assessment method to fund these
       activities." Upon petition from property owners within the Shorewood Business Improvement
       District (hereafter "BID"), the Village Board created the BID and adopted its initial operating plan
       in November of 1999.
       Section 66.608 (3) (b), Wis. Stats., requires that a BID Board "shall annually consider and make
       changes to the operation plan.       The board shall then submit the operating plan to the local
       legislative body for approval." The Board of the Shorewood BID submits this 2011 BID operating
       plan in fulfillment of the statutory requirement.
       This plan proposes a continuation and expansion of the activities described in the initial 1999 BID
       operating plan. Therefore, it incorporates by reference the earlier plans as adopted by the Village
       Board. In the interest of brevity, this plan emphasizes the elements, which are required by Sec.
       66.608, Wis. Stats. and the proposed changes for 2011. This plan does not repeat the
       background information that is contained in the initial operating plan.

II.    DISTRICT BOUNDARIES

       A listing of the properties in the district is proVided in Appendix A.

III.   PROPOSED OPERATING PLAN 2011

       A.      Plan Objectives
              The objectives of the BID are as follows:
              >-   Promotion of the BID through special events, marketing campaigns, and media
                   exposure.
              >-   Promotion of the BID as a great place to own and operate a business.
              >-   Act as a catalyst for private investment, attract new retailers and development to
                   Shorewood, and assist the Village with its efforts to enhance the viability of the Village
                   of Shorewood as a whole.




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       B.      Proposed Activities

       Principal activities to be undertaken by the BID during 2011 include, but are not limited to:
               1. Organize special events in 2011 that will drive traffic to the business district. These
                   include, but are not limited to: A public art project (Best Seats in the House, 2010),
                   Shorewood Criterium bike race (Summer), Showcase Shorewood (Fall), and Holiday
                   Shop Walk (Winter).
               2. Actively promote the retail and redevelopment opportunities in the business district in
                   coordination with Village Manager, Community Development Authority, and Village
                   Board.
               3. Administer and promote the TIF fagade program and business incentive program.
               4. Act as a liaison to media, local and regional government, and Shorewood
                   stakeholders.

       C.      Proposed Expenditures (see attached budget, Appendix B)

Income
BID Assessment of Property                                           $104,000
CDA Contribution                                                      $25,000
Event Sponsorship/income                                              $46,000
Interest                                                                 $125
Total Income                                                         $175,125

Expenses
Administration and Management                                         $53,500
Marketing Program                                                    $111,500
Marketing Shorewood Contribution                                      $10.000
Total Expenses                                                       $175,000

The BID Board will have the authority and responsibility to prioritize expenditures and to revise the
district budget as necessary to match the funds actually available. Any funds unspent at the end of 2011
shall be carried over to 2012 and applied against future expenses.
V.     METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
       A.      Assessment Rate and Method
       As of January 1, 2010, the properties in the district had a total BID assessable value of $104,005.
       This plan proposes to assess the taxable property in the district at a rate of $1.06 per $1,000 of
       assessed value for the purposes of the BID. Appendix A shows the projected BID assessment
       for each property included in the district.
       The principle behind the assessment methodology is that each property owner should contribute
       to the BID in proportion to the benefit derived from the BID. After consideration of assessment
       methods, it was determined that the assessed value of a property was the characteristic most
       directly related to the potential benefit provided by the BID. Therefore, a uniform rate applied on
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      the assessed value of each property was selected as the basic assessment method for the
      Shorewood BID.
      The variables used to determine the regular BID assessments are:
              1) The total assessed value of each tax key parcel within the district; and
              2) The specific dollar amount per $1,000 of the assessed value of each tax key parcel.

      B.      Excluded and Exempt Property
      The State BID law requires consideration of certain classes of property. In compliance with the
      law, the following statements are provided:
1)    Sec. 66.608 (1) (f) 1m: The district may contain property used exclusively for     manufacturing
      purposes, as well as properties used in part for manufacturing. These properties will be assessed
      according to the method set forth in this plan because it is assumed that they will benefit from
      development in the district.

2)    Sec. 66.608 (5) (a): Property known to be used exclusively for residential
      purposes will not be assessed.

3)    A property exempt from general real estate taxes have been excluded from the district. Privately
      ownedtax exempt property, which is expected to benefit from district activities, may be asked to
      make a financial contribution on a voluntary basis.

VI.   VILLAGE ROLE IN DISTRICT OPERATION
      The Village of Shorewood is committed to helping private property owners in the district promote
      its development. To this end, the Village has played a significant role in the creation of the BID
      and in the implementation of its operating plan. In particular, the Village will continue to:
      1)     The Community Development Authority of the Village of Shorewood provides funding to
             the BID for administration and promotion of a Fa9ade Improvement Grant program,
             business and development recruitment, the Business Incentive Fund, and other initiatives.
             This is on an annual basis and is reviewed each bUdget year.
      2)     Monitor and, when appropriate, apply for outside funds, which could be used in support of
             the district.
      3)     Collect BID assessments; maintain the BID assessments in a segregated account; and
             disburse the BID assessments to the district.
      4)     Receive annual audits as required per Sec. 66.608 (3) (c) of the BID law.
      5)     Encourage Milwaukee County, the State of Wisconsin, and other units of government to
             support the activities of the district.




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VII.   BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STAFF

       The Board's primary responsibility will be implementation of this operating plan. The current BID
       Board of Directors and staff are comprised as follows:
                                                   Board of Directors
                     .:.   Tim Ryan, President, Harleys: The Store for Men
                     .:.   Leonard Sobczak, Vice-President, Eastmore Real Estate
                     .:.   Becky Reinhardt, Treasurer, North Shore Bank
                     .:.   Aaron Foley, Secretary, McDermott, Foley, Wilson, and Johnson LLP
                     .:.   Dawn Andersen, Village Trustee
                     .:.   Karen Dean, Community Development Authority
                     .:.   Mike Stoner, North Star American Bistro
                     .:.   Jaci Sumner, Gloss Photography Studios
                     .:.   Pat Algiers, resident member
                     .:.   Betsy Delich, Chiropractic Company
                     .:.   Michael O'Brien, Edward Jones Investments
                     .:.   Liz LeBlanc, SHOP
                     .:.   Andrew McCabe, Allstate Insurance Agency
                     .:.   Howie Goldklang, The Establishment
                     .:.   George Dimitropoulos, Culver's of Shorewood

                                                          Staff

                           •   Jim Plaisted, Executive Director
                           •   Barb CapriIe, Marketing Director

IX.    FUTURE YEARS' OPERATING PLANS
       It is anticipated that the BID will continue to revise and develop the operating plan annually in
       response to changing development needs and opportunities in the district, in accordance with the
       purposes and objectives defined in this operating plan.
       Section 66.608 (3) (a) of the BID law requires the BID Board and the Village to annually review
       and make changes as appropriate in the operating plan. Therefore, while this document outlines
       in general terms the complete development project, it focuses upon 2011 activities. Information
       on specific assessed values, budget amounts, and assessment amounts are based on 2010
       conditions.     Greater detail about subsequent years' activities will be provided in the required
       annual plan updates. Approval by the Village board of trustees of such operating plan updates
       shall be conclusive evidence of compliance with this operating plan and the BID law.
       In later years, the BID operating plan will continue to apply the assessment formula, as adjusted,
       to raise funds to meet the next annual budget. The method of assessing shall not be materially
       altered, except with the consent of the Village of Shorewood.




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X.     AMENDMENT, SEVERABILITY, AND EXPANSION
The BID has been created under the authority of Section 66.608 of the Statutes of the State of
Wisconsin.    Should any court find any portion of this statute invalid or unconstitutional, its
decision will not invalidate or terminate the BID and this BID operating plan shall be amended to
conform to the law without need of re-establishment.
Should the legislature amend the statute to narrow or broaden the process of a BID so as to
exclude or include as assessable properties of a certain class or classes of properties, then this
BID operating plan may be amended by Village of Shorewood Trustees as and when it conducts
its annual review and approval of the operating plan and without necessity to undertake any other
act. This is specifically authorized under Sec. 66.608 (3) (b), Wis. Stats.




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                                       Appendix A

                            Shorewood BID Property Assessments

                                             2010 Assessment for 2011 BID Revenue
                                                             BID RATES
                                        COMMERCIAL                    1.06          BID
    TAX KEY           ADDRESS           ASSESSMENT               10,000.00     REVENUE
236-0002-001   4473-79 N OAKLAND AVE            350,400             371.42                371.42
236-0004       4465 N OAKLAND AVE               722,300             765.64                76564
236-0171       4511-17 N OAKLAND AVE           1,059,300          1,122.86           1,122.86
236-0172       4507 N OAKLAND AVE               176,500             187.09                187.09
236-0173       4501-03 N OAKLAND AVE            220,700             23394                 233.94
236-0250       4559 N OAKLAND AVE              1,690,900          1,792.35           1,792.35
236-0304       4611 N OAKLAND AVE               105,500             111.83                111.83
236-0305       4601 N OAKLAND AVE              1,548,400          1,641.30           1,641.30
236-0610       4493 N OAKLAND AVE              1,000,000          1,060.00           1,060.00
236-0611       4495 N OAKLAND AVE               929,000             984.74            984.74
236-9992       4447 N OAKLAND AVE               482,200             511.13            511.13
236-9993       4449-53 N OAKLAND AVE            370,600             392.84            392.84
237-0230       4484 N OAKLAN DAVE               404,900             429.19            429.19
237-0231       4488-92 N OAKLAND AVE            799,500             847.47            847.47
237-0232       4496 N OAKLAN DAVE               415,200             440.11            440.11
237-0233       4514 N OAKLAND AVE               998,300           1,058.20           1,058.20
239-0113       2400 E CAPITOL DR                385,600             408.74            408.74
239-0154       4414 N OAKLAND AVE             1,600,000           1,696.00           1,696.00
239-0219       4001 N DOWNER AVE                738,300             782.60            782.60
239-0220       2520-22 E CAPITOL DR             586,600             621.80            621.80
239-0221       2514-16 E CAPITOL DR             292,200             309.73            309.73
239-0222       2510 E CAPITOL DR                500,000             530.00            530.00
239-0223       2500 E CAPITOL DR                774,300             820.76            820.76
239-0255       2420 E CAPITOL DR                645,300             684.02            684.02
239-0291       4300 N OAKLAND AVE               408,500             433.01            433.01
239-0292-001   4312-34 N OAKLAND AVE          1,730,000           1,833.80           1,833.80
239-0307       4208-12 N OAKLAND AVE            458,400             485.90            485.90
239-0309       4230 N OAKLAND AVE               315,000             333.90            333.90

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239-0378       4144 N OAKLAND AVE         321,600     340.90     340.90
239-0379       4156-66 N OAKLAND AVE    1,117,100   1,184.13   1,184.13
239-0380       4170 N OAKLAND AVE         500,000     530.00     530.00
239-0565-001   4106-14 N OAKLAND AVE    2,634,600   2,792.68   2,792.68
239-0645       4060 N OAKLAND AVE         522,900     554.27     554.27
239-0647       4042-46 N OAKLAND AVE      654,000     693.24     693.24
239-0674       4016-22 N OAKLAND AVE      670,800     711.05     711.05
239-0675       4010-14 N OAKLAND AVE      937,800     994.07     994.07
239-0676       4000-06 N OAKLAND AVE    1,527,400   1,619.04   1,619.04
239-0680       1906-26 E CAPITOL DR      659,500     699.07      699.07
239-0681       1928-32 E CAPITOL DR      748,100     792.99      792.99
240-0012       4012-26 NWILSON           603,664     639.88      639.88
240-0017       4000 NWILSON DR           548,400     581.30      581.30
240-0020       1700 E CAPITOL DR         408,600     433.12     433.12
240-0021       1706 E CAPITOL DR         338,000     358.28      358.28
240c 0022      1716 E CAPITOL DR         461,500     489.19     489.19
240-0023       4009-15 N OAKLAND AVE    3,189,000   3,380.34   3,380.34
240-0024       4023 N OAKLAND AVE        698,000     739.88     739.88
240-0025       4027 N OAKLAND AVE        854,200     905.45     905.45
               4027 N OAKLAND AVE
240-0026       (LOn                      278,700     295.42     295.42
240-0044       4081 N OAKLAND AVE       2,029,000   2,150.74   2,150.74
240-0045-001   4093 N OAKLAND AVE       1,430,000   1,515.80   1,515.80
240-0045-002   4095-97 N OAKLAND AVE     340,500     360.93     360.93
               4097+ N OAKLAND AVE
240-0046       (LOT)                     990,300    1,049.72   1,049.72
240-0053       4145 N OAKLAND AVE       4,823,500   5,112.91   5,112.91
               4145 N OAKLAND AVE
240-0054       (LOn                      226,000     239.56     239.56
240-0101       1602 E CAPITOL DR         609,900     646.49     646.49
240-0136       1572 E CAPITOL DR        4,281,000   4,537.86   4,537.86
240-0185-001   4433-39 N OAKLAN 0 AVE    960,000    1,017.60   1,017.60
240-0186       4425-29 N OAKLAND AVE     489,800     519.19     519.19
240-0187       4419 N OAKLAND AVE        555,800     589.15     589.15
240~0188       4413-17 N OAKLAND AVE     310,000     328.60     328.60
240-0189       4401-11 NOAKLANDAVE       740,000     784.40     784.40
240-0358       1518 E CAPITOL DR         340,600     361.04     361.04
240-0359       1520-22 E CAPITOL DR      195,900     207.65     207.65


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240-0360       1530 E CAPITOL DR           548,800     581.73     581.73
240-0412       1400 E CAPITOL DR           406,600     431.00     431.00
240-0413       1410 E CAPITOL DR           567,000     601.02     601.02
240-9974       1100 E CAPITOL DR         4,181,600   4,432.50   4,432.50
240-9977       4001 NWILSON                858,600     910.12     910.12
240-9978       4057 NWILSON              2,581,600   2,736.50   2,736.50
240-9983       1330 E CAPITOL DR           504,000     534.24     534.24
240-9994-001   4201-15 N OAKLAND AVE       999,000   1,058.94   1,058.94
240-9996       4231 N OAKLAND AVE          880,000     932.80     932.80
240-9997       4301 N OAKLAND AVE          948,300   1,005.20   1,005.20
275-1026       3601 N OAKLAND AVE          997,400   1,057.24   1,057.24
275-1069-001   1513 E CAPITOL DR         1,041,400   1,103.88   1,103.88
275-1083       1431-33 E CAPITOL DR        158,147     167.64     167.64
275-1084       1425 E CAPITOL DR          483,400     512.40      512.40
275-1085       1421 E CAPITOL DR           579,500    614.27      614.27
275-1086-001   1409 E CAPITOL DR         1,004,800   1,065.09   1,065.09
275-1088       1325 E CAPITOL DR         2,111,700   2,238.40   2,238.40
275-1120       3801-13 N OAKLAND AVE      994,200    1,053,85   1,053.85
275-1180       3547-59 N OAKLAND AVE     3,566,000   3,779.96   3,779.96
275-1181       3575 N OAKLAND AVE         559W2       593.57     593.57
275-8993       1111 ECAPITOL DR          1,019,400   1,080.56   1,080.56
275-8999       1305 ECAPITOL DR          1,234,600   1,308.68   1,308.68
276-0031-176   3840 N OAKLAND AVE #176    226,000     239.56     23956
276-0036       2521 E CAPITOL DR          747,300     792.14     792.14
276-0170       3592-96 N OAKLAND AVE      562,000     595.72     595.72
276-0185       3600 N OAKLAND AVE         899,100     953.05     95305
276-0186       3610 N OAKLAND AVE         426,000     451.56     451.56
276-0187       3624 N OAKLAND AVE         643,000     681.58     681.58
276-0555-001   3506-14 N OAKLAND AVE     1,680,000   1,780.80   1,780.80
276-0556       3524-30 N OAKLAND AVE      958,200    1,015.69   1,015.69
276-0576       3951-55 N PROSPECT AVE     400,000     424.00     424.00
276-0577       2317-23 E CAPITOL DR       602,300     638.44     638.44
276-0605       2219-23 E CAPITOL DR       616,200     653.17     653.17
276-0630       2201-13 E CAPITOL DR      1,101,900   1,168.01   1,168.01
276-0749-006   3970 N OAKLAND AVE        4,429,300   4,695.06   4,695.06
276-0762-001   2025 E CAPITOL DR         1,209,000   1,281.54   1,281.54

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276-0764   2011 E CAPITOL DR               0         0.00         0.00
276-0765   3956 NMURRAY AVE          297,800      315.67        315.67
276-0777   2127 ECAPITOL DR         110,108       116.71       116.71
276-0779   2107-09 E CAPITOL DR     939,300       995.66       995.66
276-0780   2101 ECAPITOL DR         340,200       360.61       360.61
              Tolals              98,117,791   104,004.86   104,004.86




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                                                  Appendix B

                     2011 Shorewood Business Improvement District Budget

                                              Approved 10/20/2010



Ordinary Income/Expense                                         2011
Income                                                         Budnet
          Assessment                                           $104,000
          COA                                                   $25,000
          Bike Race Revenue                                     $15,000
          Public ArUShowcase/HoJiday Shopwalk
          Revenue                                               $30,000
          Learn Over lunch Revenue                               $1,000
          Reimbursed Expenses                                        $0
          Other                                                      $0
Total Income                                                   $175,000

Expense
Administrative

          Administrative/Event Assistance                        $2,000
          Audit                                                   $700
          Bank Service Charges                                    $100
          BID Management Fee                                    $46,850
          Dues and Subscriptions                                  $500
          Liability Insurance                                     $850
          Meals                                                   $500
          Office Supplies/Printing                                $250
          Constituent Relations                                   $500
          Seminars                                                $500
          Postage and Delivery                                    $750
          Miscellaneous                                              $0
Total Administrative                                            $53,500

Marketing Programs
          Marketing Shorewood                                   $10,000
          Director Fees                                         $36,000
          Print Advertising                                      $6,900
          Business Recruit Materials                             $1,250
          Shorewood Today Magazine                               $4,500
          Writing for Shorewood Magazine                         $1,500
          Newsletter Printing/Annual Report                      $1,000
          Other Marketing and Mise                                $500
          Other Marketing Printing                                $750
          Postage - Newsletters                                   $350
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          Program Success Measurement                  $250
          Bike Race                                 $13,500
          Civic Participation                        $1,500
          Shopwalk Events (Public Art, SHOW,HOL)    $36,500
          Monthly HTML Email                             $0
          Annual Meeting/Learn Over Lunch            $2,000
          Web Hosting & Updating                     $5,000
Total Marketing Programs                           $121,500




Total Expense                                      $175,000

Net Ordinary Income                                     $0

Other Income
          Interest                                    $125
Net Other Income                                      $125
                                                      $125




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MEMORANDUM


Date:           November 1, 2010                                                 Shorewood

To:             Village Board

From:           Chris Swartz

Re:             Resolution Supporting Joint Dispatch for the North Shore Community

As you may know, the seven North Shore communities have been in discussion regarding
establishing a consolidated dispatch center in Bayside, which would include all seven police
departments and the North Shore Fire Department.

A Study Committee was established which included representatives of all communities,
including Police Chief David Banaszynski. The Committee drafted a final report which is
attached.

It should be mentioned that currently there are three dispatch centers in the North Shore:

      1. Fox Point, Bayside and River Hills which serve their three police departments.
      2. Shorewood, Glendale and Whitefish Bay which serve their three police departments and
         the North Shore Fire Department.
      3. Brown Deer which serves the Village of Brown Deer's Police Department.

Under the proposal, all seven communities would be served by a North Shore Communication
Center physically located in Bayside. The benefits include cost savings, improved services and
increased intergovemmental cooperation. The issues of cost sharing formula and governance
have been discussed, however, there has not been consensus on these matters (considered pre-
mature at this point). Before proceeding with more detailed study and analysis, this resolution is
necessary to ascertain the level of interest in a consolidated dispatch operation. After all the
communities take action, study will continue and final recommendations will be forwarded to the
respective boards and council.

On behalf of myself and Chief Banaszynski, we ask the Board to approve the submitted
resolution supporting a consolidated dispatch center for the North Shore communities.


fCbris

Attachments as stated
               North Shore
  Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP)
          Consolidation Study




            Report On Consolid ating PSAP Services
for the Communities of Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Glendale,
  Mequon, River Hills, Shorewood, Thiensville, and Whitefish Bay




      PSAP Consolidated Dispatch Committee Members
           Andy Pederson, Bayside Village Manager
           Chris Swam, Shorewood Village Manager
       Robert Whitaker, North Shore Fire Department Chief
             Bob Jacobs, Whitefish Bay Police Chief
              Bruce Resnick, Bayside Police Chief
           Dave Banaszynski, Shorewood Police Chief
           John Graeber, Brown Deer Police Captain




              Report Issued: September 24,2010



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                                 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

       The collaborative ettorts of the North Shore communities have a long history,
       strong tradition, and have provided the residents of the seven communities with
       cost effective and high levels of service. The effor! to further consolidate
       dispatching services builds off this strong foundation and provides high quality
       services the residents expect in the north shore.


In the fall of 2009, the Village of Brown Deer solicited proposals for providing
dispatching se rvices from the Bayside and North Shore Public Safety Answering
Point {PSAPj operations. Upon receipt of those proposals and further evaluation,
it was determined that a more comprehensive approach to dispatch
consolidation be explored. On June 22, 2010, Administrator/Managers and
Police Chiefs of the Cities of Glendale and Mequon and the Villages of Bayside,
Brown Deer, Fox Point, River Hills, Thiensville, Shorewood and Whitefish Bay and
the North Shore Fire Department Chief met in Bayside to discuss each
community's interest in creating a joint PSAP Center.

From this meeting, a Committee of volunteers evaluated the feasibility of
establishing a consolidated PSAP and determined that not only did the
administrative and political will exist to consolidate PSAPs in the communities, but
that both operational and financial benefits would result from consolidation. Six
of the communities currently partner in some form to provide dispatch services
and have previously discussed entering into new partnerships to create
additional efficiencies and im prove service to their communities. The Committee
recommends establishing a consolidated PSAP under an intergovernmental
agreement for the seven North Shore communities.

Issues that were evaluated to determine the initial size and scope of a
consolidated PSAP included computer aided dispatch software, records
management systems, trunk radio systems, scalability, staffing, and
implementation of an initial PSAP consolidation. It was therefore recommended
that the initial consolidation of PSAP centers be focused on the seven North
Shore communities and the North Shore Fire Department as its starting point. In its
discussion, the Committee developed its framework to allow for future growth
and expansion and would recommend reevaluating adding additional PSAP
partners from outside Milwaukee County affer the initial implementation of the
seven communities is complete.

While several of the communities use different technology/vendors to provide
these services currently, it was determined no technological barriers exist that
would prevent a consolidation of PSAPs for any of the seven communities within
Milwaukee County

it was determined by the Committee that the most cost effective option is to
locate a consolidated PSAP at one of the current consolidated PSAP sites. After
weighting all of the factors in establishing a PSAP facility, the Committee

                               North Shore PSAP Consolidation study, September 24,2010
determined that space can be added to the Bayside tacility to handle PSAP
operations for the seven north shore communities as well as future expansion.
Space specifically for the purposes of dispatch would be constructed and
attached to the current Bayside Police Department.

Through evaluation of several activity factors and schedule modeling. the
Committee determined that minimum staffing levels in a consolidated PSAP
should be four people from 8 AM to midnight and three people from midnight to
8 AM. As communities are added to the center, the staffing levels will need to
reflect the call volume and number of talk groups/radio frequencies that are
required to be monitored. Total staff to ensure staffing at this level will require
twenty-one dispatchers and one civilian manager. The civilian manager will also
be required to manage information technology issues for the center and fill-in as
a dispatcher at times.

To fund a consolidated PSAP, approximately one hundred seventy (170) formula
options were evaluated to achieve most, if not all, of the eight goals identified to
allocate costs to fund a consolidated dispatch. These goals were identified very
early in the process and served as the basis for development of a mutually
beneficial partnership for all communities serviced by a consolidated PSAP.
These eight goals included:

   •   Positively impact all participating communities, both financially and
       operationally.
   •   Tax levy and expense stabilization.
   •   Avoid large annual percentage/cost shifts among communities.
   •   Equitable distribution of expenses over the long-term.
   •   Universally applicable formula.
   •   Accommodate future expansion.
   •   Establishes long-term capital funding plan, gleaning experience from
       NSFD Capital funding discussions through the years.

To achieve these competing demands, a phased implementation of what is
termed the "Consolidated PSAP Hybrid Formula" was developed. This financing
formula utilizes the existing 2010 budget allocation for each community (includes
both Fire and Police dispatch costs), equalized value (improvements),
community population, and an equal share from each community. These four
factors are utilized to allocate costs over the study period and to meet the
above goals. The combination of formula factors was developed with a multi-
year implementation and stabilization factor included.

Summarized below are the projected 10 year costs for both the existing and
potential consolidated center.

   •   10 year cost projection under three current dispatch centers [operating
       and known capital): $28,245,270.67.



                            North Shore PSAP Consolidation Study, September 24,2010
   •   10 year consolidated center costs (operating and annual recurring
       capital contribution): $23,477,839.87.

   •   Projected one-time, capital and transition costs to one consolidated
       center including; Facility, Computer Aided Dispatch, Software Interfaces,
       Radio Equipment, Wireless Trunks, Hardware, Support, etc.: Approximately
       $2 to $2.5 million.

          o   (Capital and transition implementation costs will need to go
              through the formal bidding process. Contingency Summary
              included in attachments.)

Governance and operational models have been established by the Committee
to create such an operation. The Committee recommends that the agency be
hosted and managed by the Bayside Police Department. The Committee
recommends creating a joint agency for the purpose of providing political,
financial, and operational oversight for a joint PSAP, but allowing for the host
agency to manage the PSAP.

The Committee recommends that each community discuss and report their
respective level of interest and intent to proceed with the recommended PSAP
consolidation by October 31,2010, in order to facilitate the development of the
transition, development, and implementation plans. The Committee focused on
a "go live" operational date of January 1,2012, or sooner if feasible.

Once a general commitment for the interested municipalities/agencies is
identified, the Committee recommends forming a project committee comprised
of representatives from participating agencies and decision-making authorities.
Participating agency representation ensures agency input into critical issues and
helps increase buy-in to the consolidation process.

The committee's charge should be to begin resolving consolidation related
issues, finalize establishment of a governance agreement, establish a timeline for
operations, assist in planning, and provide input on the procurement process for
any equipment needed for the PSAP.




                            North Shore PSAP Consolidation Study, September 24, 201 0
                                      INTRODUCTION

In the fall of 2009, the Village of Brown Deer solicited proposals for providing
dispatching services from the Bayside and North Shore Public Safety Answering
Point (PSAPJ operations. Upon receipt of those proposals and further evaluation,
it was determined that a more comprehensive approach to dispatch
consolidation be explored. On June 22, 2010, Administrator/Managers and
Police Chiefs of the Cities of Glendale and Mequon and the Villages of Bayside,
Brown Deer, Fox Point, River Hills, Thiensville, Shorewood and Whitefish Bay and
the North Shore Fire Deportment Chief met in Bayside to discuss each
community's interest in creating a joint PSAP Center.

From this a Committee was formed to further investigate the feasibility of
consolidating the nine communities into one PSAP. The Committee designed a
survey consisting of seventeen questions that was distributed to each
community. Responses were compiled by the Committee and evaluated
(attached).

Six of the communities currently partner in some form to provide dispatch
services and have previously discussed entering into new partnerships to create
additional efficiencies and improve service to their communities. Survey results
indicated clear interest from all communities for looking at greater effici encies in
providing service, although each community had unique issues that were
identified. Based on feedback from representatives from the nine communities,
the Committee began looking at creating a consolidated PSAP that met the
service needs of those communities that identified interest in joining a
consolidated PSAP. The Committee met five times between June 22, 2010 and
September 24,2010 and presents its findings and recommendations within.


               CURRENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND GOVERNANCE

Six communications centers provide service to the nine communities that
participated in the process.

   •       Bayside Police Communications Center is the public safety answering
           point for the Villages of Bayside, Fox Point and River Hills. The Village of
           Bayside manages the center and the employees fall under the command
           structure of the Bayside Police Department. Service contracts are in place
           with the Villages of Fox Point and River Hills. The center answers all hard-
           line 911 calls from the three communities and also answers wireless 911
           calls from cell phone towers in the Villages of Bayside and Fox Point.
           Wireless 911 calls from the Village of River Hills go to the Milwaukee County
           Sheriff's Office and then are transferred to the appropriate secondary
           PSAP. Calls for fire and emergency medical services are transferred from
           the Bayside Communications Center to the dispatch center for the North
           Shore Fire Department.


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   •   Brown Deer Police Communications Center is the public safety answering
       point for the Village of Brown Deer. Employees fall under the command
       structure of the Brown Deer Police Department. The center answers all
       hard-line 911 calls that originate in the Village. Wireless 911 calls initially go
       to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office and then are transferred to the
       appropriate secondary public safety answering point. Calls for fire and
       emergency medical services are transferred from the Brown Deer
       Communications Center to the dispatch center far the North Shore Fire
       Department.

   •   Mequon Police Communications Center is the public safety answering
       point for the City of Mequon. Employees fall under the command
       structure of the Mequon Police Department. The center answers all hard-
       line 911 calls that originate in the City. Wireless calls initially go to the
       Ozaukee County Sheriff's Office and then are transferred to the Mequon
       PSAP. Calls far fire and emergency medical services in the City are also
       handled by this Center.

   •   North Shore Public Safety C ommunicafions Center is the primary public
       safety answering point for the City of Glendale and the Villages ot
       Shorewood and Whitefish Bay. The center is jointly owned by the three
       communities and is governed by a Commission that has a representative
       of each member community. An Operations Committee provides
       direction to the civilian director of the center. The Operations Committee
       consists of the police chief of each of fhe three communities. The center
       answers hard-line 911 calls from fhe three communities. Wireless 911 calls
       from the three communities initially go to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's
       Office and then are routed to the North Shore Center. The center provides
       dispatch services for the North Shore Fire Deparfment under contract
       which provides fire and emergency medical services to the City of
       Glendale and Villages of Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, River Hills,
       Shorewood and Whitefish Bay.

   •   Thiensville Police Communications Center provides dispatch services
       during business hours for the Thiensville Police and Fire Departments.
       Dispatch services during non-business hours are provided by the Ozaukee
       County Sheriff's Office. Employees are part of the Thiensville Police
       Department.

   •   Ozaukee County Sheriff's Office provides dispatch services for the Village
       of Thiensville during non-business hours. Employees are under the
       command structure of the Ozaukee County Sheriff's Department.
       Ozaukee County Sheriff is also the primary PSAP for wireless calls
       originating in Ozaukee County.

For purposes of illustrating the hierarchical structure and reporting means for
dispatch services in the North Shore, the organizational charts for each of the
seven communities' police and dispatch operations are attached.

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          INITIAL SCOPE AND DEVELOPMENT OF A CONSOLIDATED PSAP

The establishment of a consolidated PSAP is not uncommon. Once survey results
were compiled by the Committee. the group evaluated current technology
available for PSAPs to determine whether a consolidation could occur. Issues
that were evaluated include computer aided dispatch software. records
management systems and radio systems. The Committee also discussed the
scalability. staffing. and implementation of an initial PSAP consolidation.

With adding potentially fifteen new dispatchers. constructing a facility.
synchronizing all of the software. hardware. and communications infrastructure
amongst communities on the same trunked radio system. the Committee
discussed the possible phased im plementation of the initial group of the seven
north shore communities.

Currently. the seven North Shore communities are located within Milwaukee
County and utilize the same 800 megahertz trunked radio system. If either or
both of the Ozaukee County agencies participate. additional staffing
consideration would need to be given since those agencies utilize a different 800
megahertz trunked radio system than is used by the Milwaukee County
agencies. Consideration was also given to the coordination. implementation.
and practicality of consolidating all of the communities CAD and RMS systems
and associated interfaces at one time.

For these reasons and others discussed by the Committee. it is recom mended
that the initial consolidation of PSAP centers be focused first on seven of the
North Shore communities as its starting point. In its discussion. the Committee
developed its framework to allow for future growth and expansion and would
recommend reevaluating adding additional PSAP partners after the initial
implementation of the seven communities is complete.

The Committee did discuss and recommends continued discussions with the City
of Mequon and additional interested parties that could be brought into a
consolidated PSAP once the initial transition is complete and operational. The
timeframe for this potential implementation would be in mid to late 2012 or 2013.
The Committee further discussed that the accepting additional partners into the
consolidated PSAP could either be addressed through the initial governance
document or addressed by the Board of Directors upon request of a Community
or PSAP center.


    ADVANTAGES AND EFFICIENCIES TO CONSOLIDATING DISPATCH SERVICES

There are financial. operational. and service level advantages to consolidating
dispatching services in the north shore to one location. Below is a list of many.
but not all. of the advantages and efficiencies to consolidating this service.



                            North Shore PSAP Consolidation Study. September 24. 201 0
•    Service level improvements - This is the single most important reason to
     consider consolidation.

•    Consolidation will assist communities in efficiently meeting the need for
     Wireless 911 Phase I and II technology to locate cell phone callers and
     improved mapping abilities for wireless 911 and automatic crash
     notification.

•    911 dispatchers are truly the "first responder on the scene" and can
     substantially affect the outcome of an incident.

•    Reduction or elimination of the transfer of 911 calls between PSAPs
     improves response times and lowers the potential for human or
     technology errors.

•    Quicker call processing and dispatch times result in faster on-scene times
     for field personnel.

•    Sharing of physical space enables communications between call takers,
     law enforcement, fire, and EMS dispatchers to be virtually instantaneous.
     This improved communications enables field personnel to receive
     information more quickly and accurately which is particularly important in
     multHurisdictional incidents. This communication is the least tangible or
     quantifiable benefit of consolidation, but is one of the most key.

•    Reduces the Public Answering System Points (PSAPJ from 3 to 1 in the
     seven North Shore communities - Cost savings and increased efficiencies
     that all911 calls are received and dispatched from a single center saves
     times and allows for simultaneous dispatching of both police, fire and
     emergency medical resources.

•    Standardized, consistent training and operational plans for all dispatchers
     results in enhanced service, greater efficiencies and saver working
     conditions for police officers and firefighters/emergency medical
     personnel.

•    Provides for more than one dispatcher during periods of heavy call
     volume or when a dispatcher needs to stay with a caller. Currently, not all
     the centers have more than one dispatcher 24/7.

•    Reduces capital needs during center upgrades. In a consolidated model,
     only one center requires upgraded radios, consoles, enhanced 911
     software, computer aided dispatch (CAD) software, computer hardware,
     furniture, etc.

•    Improves communication and coordination of availability of resources. A
     single, regional center improves communications for responders providing
     a single source for the status of all resources during large events or

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       disasters. This coordinated communication promotes sharing of resources,
       automatic mutual aid and increased cooperation between agencies.

•      New facility would be a "hardened" facility designed with multiple
       redundancies for critical systems.

•      A single computer aided dispatch system allows for sharing of critical
       records between participating agencies. A police officer provided with
       knowledge that an occupant has had past medical problems while
       performing a welfare check, may request a precautionary non-
       emergency fire department medical response. Police agencies have
       knowledge of a person's past history with other police agencies.

•      Offers the opportunity to use technological innovation such as voiceless
       dispatching through advanced CAD and mobile computing features to
       create personnel cost efficiencies.

•      A consolidated environment will offer the opportunity for smaller
       participants to benefit from state-of-the-art technology, improved
       training, and expanded career 0 pportunities that would not be otherwise
       financially or organizationally feasible.

•      Consolidation provides enhanced services while providing additional
       mechanisms for communities to control costs of providing $2 million of
       services under challenging economic conditions:

       •      Levy limits have challenged communities to maintain services while
              meeting State mandated tax levy controls.

       •      Rapidly changing technology has challenged the ability of
              communities to purchase the resources required to provide all
              services expected by the public.

       •      Eliminates future redundant capital purchases.

       •      Provides solutions for resolving facility issues in current PSAP facilities
              in Brown Deer and Whitefish Bay.

       •      Frees needed space at Whitefish Bay Police Department.


                                POLITICAL FEASABILITY

Significant time was spent by members of the Committee assessing the political
feasibility of consolidating PSAP services for the nine communities. According to
the State of Minnesota Governor's Guidebook for Consolidation Strategies of
Public Safety Answering Points, no single issue can derail a consolidation effort as
quickly as a hostile or negative political environment.

                              North Shore PSAP Consolidation Study, September 24.2010
Political interest in creating a consolidated center from a majority of the
communities was apparent throughout the investigatory process, although
several communities expressed that they would need to evaluate a proposal
from the Committee prior to committing to participation.

The seven communities in the North Shore have a long history of collaborating to
provide services in a cost effective, efficient manner. Current consolidated
services range from:

   •    North Shore Fire Department,
   •    North Shore Health Department,
   •    Shorewood/Whitefish Bay Health Department,
   •    North Shore Fire Department,
   •    North Shore Health Department (Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point.
        Glendale, River Hills).
   •    Health Sanitation Consortium (Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, River Hills,
        Shorewood, Whitefish Bay).
   •    North Shore Library (Bayside, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills),
   •    Dispatch (Bayside, Fox Point, River Hills) + (Shorewood, Whitefish Bay,
        Glendale, NSFD),
   •    North Shore Water Commission (Fox Point, Glendale, Whitefish Bay),
   •    Regional Telecommunication Commission,
   •    Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission (Bayside, Brown
        Deer, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills, Shorewood, Whitefish Bay),
   •    Mobile Data Communication Infrastructure group and Joint Incident
        Command Station (Bayside, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills, Shorewood,
        Whitefish Bay),
   •    Municipal Court (Bayside, River Hills),
   •    Senior Center (Bayside, Fox Point).
   •    Janitorial services contract (Brown Deer/Bayside),
   •    Capacity Management Operations and Maintenance (Bayside, Brown
        Deer, Fox Point, Glendale, River Hills, Schlitz Audubon Nature Center),
   •    Emerald Ash Borer Management Plan (Brown Deer, Fox Point. River Hills,
        Schlitz AUdubon),
   •    Public Works Shared Services (Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Glendale,
        River Hills, Whitefish Bay, Shorewood).
   •    Milwaukee County Public Works Emergency Response Mutual Aid.

The collaborative efforts of the North Shore communities have a long history,
strong tradition, and have provided the residents of the seven communities with
cost effective and high levels of service. The effort to further consolidate
dispatching services builds off this strong foundation and provides high quality
services the residents expect in the north shore.




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                            TECHNOLOGICAL FEASABILITY

Once survey results were compiled by the Committee, the group evaluated
current technology available for PSAPs to determine whether a consolidation
could occur. Issues that were evaluated include computer aided dispatch
software, records management systems and radio systems.

While several of the communities use different technology/vendors to provide
these services currently, it was determined no technological barriers exist that
would prevent a consolidation of PSAPs for any or all of the communities that
were represented at the initial meeting.

While some communities have expressed a desire to explore alternative
software, the current software platforms can be supported through interfaces
and therefore communities would not be susceptible to large, more costly
software transitions, unless an individual community so chooses. Any software
changes at this point would be completely separate of the consolidated
dispatch discussion.


                                  FACILITY OPTIONS

PSAPs are considered critical infrastructure for communities and theretore need
to be designed and equipped appropriately. In an effort to determine whether
any of the current facilities used by any of the nine communities was currently
equipped to provide service to all seven communities or any combination of the
group, the Committee discussed the status of the current facilities. It was quickly
determined that there is not a current PSAP operated by any of the communities
that could be used as a PSAP for a group of more than five communities.

Since none of the current facilities met the needs of a consolidation with any
grouping of five or more communities, the Committee discussed options for
building a center that could provide PSAP services for any grouping of five or
more communities. Discussion was held over where a facility could be located
and what costs were related to the build-out of that site. Sites considered
included:

   •    Stand-alone facility located in the City of Glendale at a location currently
        available for purchase.
   •    Joint facility with the Bayside Police Department.
   •    Joint facility with Shorewood Police Department.
   •    Current North Shore Dispatch facility.
   •    Options at Brown Deer facility.
   •    Joint facility with the North Shore Fire Department at a current fire station.

Each site was analyzed by the Committee. The stand along facility option was
discussed but not pursued due to concerns about site acquisition costs,


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infrastructure investments, additional staffing and management requirements of
a stand-alone facility as well other cost and operational issues.

The Shorewood facility was discussed but not pursued due to the need for simiiar
initial infrastructure costs, the timeframe for any type of facility expansion or
construction of a new facility, the allocation of municipal resources in other
operational areas, and other reasons discussed by the Committee.

The Brown Deer facility was discussed but not pursued based on discussion with
the Committee and the Brown Deer representative regarding physical space,
technology, infrastructure and cost concerns. A joint facility at on the current
North Shore Fire Department facilities was not pursued due to many of the
reasons already stated.

For the reasons provided, it was determined by the Committee that the most
cost effective option is to locate a consolidated PSAP at one of the current
consolidated PSAP sites. The Committee found that there are significant costs
related to moving the infrastructure required to operate a PSAP to a new
location.

Based on the projected costs of building a center or moving a center to a site
that is not currently a PSAP, the committee narrowed its evaluation of sites to the
Bayside Police Department and the North Shore Dispatch location. In addition
to two recent flooding incidents in the North Shore Dispatch Center, the Village
of Whitefish Bay indicated that they had interest in reclaiming the space
currently utilized by North Shore Dispatch at the Whitefish Bay Village Hall, so that
site was removed from further consideration.

The Committee then concentrated its efforts on locating a facility at the Bayside
Police Department. Members of the Committee met with representatives of an
architectural firm that has previous experience in design ing PSAP Centers to
determine if the current facility could be remodeled to handle a PSAP with five
to nine member communities and also to discuss the costs of adding space to
the current facility. After meeting with the architectural firm, it was determined
that space can be added to the Bayside facility to handle PSAP operations for
the seven north shore communities as well as future expansion. Space
specifically for the purposes of dispatch would be constructed and attached to
the current Bayside Police Department.

As part of the Committee process, secondary back-up sites were discussed. The
primary sites that were discussed included the cities of Oak Creek, West Allis, and
Wauwatosa. Other community and county center were also contacted.


                     CALL VOLUME / PROJECTED WORKLOAD

Projected call volume statistics are used to evaluate staffing needs for a PSAP.
Due to varying methods employed by the seven communities to track call

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volume coming to their current center, the Committee found it difficult to make
"apples to apples" comparisons between the communities, but utilized the data
available. Obviously, the communities that currently share dispatch centers
utilized similar methods to track call volume, but comparing communities served
by different PSAPs proved to be challenging at best.

Each community that participated in the survey process was asked to submit call
volume tor the past two calendar years as part of their survey submission.
Summarized below are the results submitted by each dispatch center.




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                           PROJECTED STAFFING LEVELS

The Committee evaluated several staffing models for a providing service to
PSAPs of various sizes. Three factors were closely evaluated by the Committee
when staffihg levels were discussed:

       1) Service expectatio ns of the communities.
       2) Projected call volume/workload.
       3) Number of radio talk groups/frequencies that need to be monitored
          by dispatchers.

Since the service expectations of the communities being served by the center is
a primary factor in determining appropriate staffing of a PSAP, results regarding
service expectations compiled from the survey completed by the seven
communities were closely evaluated by the Committee. It was determined that
the services provided by the center should be strictly related to PSAP operations,
including answering of wireless 911 calls. The Committee determined that fhe
center should not be expected to perform clerical duties such as report
dictation, report filing, overnight parking permission, etc. Currently, communities
have staff employed to perform these tasks. In some communities they are
performed by non-dispatch clerical staff, although in other communities,
dispatchers perform these tasks. In the three communities served by North Shore
Dispatch and in the Villages of Fox Point and River Hills, clerical staff performs
these functions independent of the dispatch center.

While considered non-PSAP related functions in many communities across the
Country, the Committee determined that the expectation of the communities to
answer administrative calls for the agencies needed to be discussed and
clarified. Since pUblic safety operations are twenty-four hour per day functions,
calls to administrative lines are not limited to business hours that citizens are
commonly expect. The Committee determined that a consolidated center can
be staffed to handle administrative calls made to the various agencies after
normal business hours although each participating agency will need to provide

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a procedure for referring these calls either to a voicemail system or a person
currently on-duty for that agency.

Ideally, the procedure for handling these calls will be the same for all agencies,
but unique circumstances in each community dictate the need to provide
various levels of service. The Committee felt that a base level of service provided
for administrative calls should be established by the joint center. If a community
or agency elects to ask the consolidated PSAP to provide additional services, a
fee for those services should be charged to the community. Technology to
transfer the administrative calls will need to be considered as part of the design
of the center. Cost efficiencies may be realized by jointly purchasing
telecommunications infrastructure that can effectively handle transferring of
phone calls to either cellular phones or voice mailboxes.

When available, data indicating call volumes at various times of the day was
evaluated to determine whether efficiencies could be created by flexing staffing
levels throughout the day. This is done in many centers across the Country and is
currently employed by many of the PSAPs currently serving the seven
communities considering participation in a consolidated PSAP.

Sharing of talk groups/frequencies by agencies lowers the number of dispatch
positions and employees needed to staff the center. Various models for sharing
of talk groups/frequencies by the law enforcement agencies were discussed. It
was determined that the number of participating agencies will dictate the
number of talk groups/frequencies that need to be utilized. If either or both of
the Ozaukee County agencies participate, additional staffing consideration will
need to be given since those agencies utilize a different 800 megahertz trunked
radio system than is used by the Milwaukee County agencies.

Evaluation of these three factors led the Committee to determine that minimum
staffing levels in a consolidated PSAP should be four people from 8 AM to
midnight and three people from midnight to 8 AM. As communities are added to
the center, the staffing levels will need to reflect the call volume and number of
talk groups/radio frequencies that are required to be monitored. Total staff to
ensure staffing at this level will require twenty-one dispatchers and one civilian
manager. The civilian manager will also be required to manage information
technology issues for the center and filHn as a dispatcher at times. Additional
administrative would be provided from the agency that the dispatch center is
housed under, similar to the management and reporting structure currently in
place in the Bayside PSAP.


                           PROJECTED COST ESTIMATES

Based on the results of the survey that was distributed and the Committee's
evaluation of staffing required to provide service at the levels indicated on the
survey, assumptions were made when developing these models.


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To determine what, if any, cost efficiencies would be derived from a joint PSAP,
ten-year cost projections were developed for a consolidated PSA P. Each
community's 2010 budget was used as the basis for comparison. The chart
below illustrates the cost of both police and fire dispatch expenditures for each
community as well as the percentage share based on the total dispatch
expenditures within the North Shore communities.

2010 Community Dispatch Servic es Costs (Police and Fire)


                   Community               2010 Budget




                                               2,029,663
       * Brown Deer capital not included in 2010 budget.




                  2010 Dispatch Costs per Community
                     {% of total North Shore costs)




                                                                    "Glendale




In projecting costs for the current three centers as well as a consolidated center,
the same costing assumptions were used in both financial modelS. The only
significant difference in the financial forecast is that costs are anticipated to rise
at a faster rate at the one non-consolidated PSAP, Brown Deer, due to the lack
of a current cost sharing allocation.


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Costs for capital items were evaluated using various tinancing methods. The
Committee initiated discussion with each community and their preferred method
for initial capital investment. As the development and transition process evolves,
the specifics as to the financing of one-time capital costs will be addressed.

Projected Costs and Savings
   •     10 year cost projection under three current dispatch centers:
         $28,245,270.67. 10 year cost projection to increase as capital costs are
         refined and updated. (i.e. 2010 Brown Deer capital outlay does not
         include County digital transition).

   •     10 year consolidated center costs (operating and annual recurring
         capital contribution): $23,477,839.87

   •     Projected one-time, capital and transition costs to one consolidated
         center include:

             o     Facility expansion, backup and redundant power supply, dry
                   agent fire suppression, digital dispatch consoles, computer aided
                   dispatch, Software Interfaces, radio equipment, wireless trunks,
                   technology and communications infrastructure, server and
                   computer hardware, technology support agreements, etc.

             o     $2 to $2.5 million. (Capital costs will need to go through a formal
                   bidding process. Dependent on the bids, adjustments may need
                   to be made. A contingency summary is included in the
                   spreadsheet analysis).


                                       10 Year Cost Projections
                 $28,500,000.00 .,..--~$;l:ll5,=l.6Z------------

                 $211,000.000.00
                                   I
                                   +-------
                                   i

                 ::~:::: 1-
                 $26,500,00000 +1_ _-

                 $26,000,000.00
                                                                     $25,477,81931
                 $25,500,000.00                              -----                  ---
                 $25,000.000.00
                 $24,500,000.00
                 $24,000,000.00
                                          ;3   Current ce: nters   CDnsolirlat:ed center



   •    Brown Deer 10 year projected savings inclusive of one-time capital costs:
        $1, 198,818.52. Savings for Brown Deer and North Shore Dispatch
        Communities will increase as further capital costs for current centers (i.e.

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        Digital Transition) are obtained. * Savings does not include
        administrative/police officer/personnel coverage for dispatch personnel
        when on break. sick. vacation, etc. Committee has been unable to
        confirm whether costs for GASB 45 OPEB obligations, Work Comp, Liability
        and other insurances [excluding health and dental) are included in Brown
        Deer dispatch budget.

  •     Committee does not address auxiliary staffing and other considerations for
        Brown Deer (i.e. maintain open hours for Police Department). The six
        consolidated communities have already addressed these issues.


                           10 Year Cost Projection Summary

 Whitefish Bay



   Shorewood


      River Hills


      Glendale



      Fox Point



  Brown Deer



        Bayside


           $1,000,000.00$2,000,000.00$3,000,000.00$4,000,000.00$5,000,000.00$6,000,000.00$7,000,000.00

               III Consolidated   wI Contingency Projection -   Consolidated Center Cost Projection

               • Current Operation Cost Projection



Each Community
  •     Saves money.
  •     Saves different amounts of money due to the fact they bring different
        expenditure levels into the equation.
  •     Can determine length of time and how to fund initial capital, change-
        over, transition, infrastructure, hardware costs.
  •     Receives high quality, efficient dispatching services.




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             10 Year Projected Consolidated Center Savings
                            per Community
  $1,400,000.00

                          $1,198,818.52
  $1,200,000.00 - j - - - - -      -----------------



  $1,000,000.00


   $800,000.00


   $600,000.00


   $400,000.00


   $200,000.00


            $-
                  Bayside   Brown Deer   Fox Point   Glendale   River Hills   Shorewood   Whitefish
                                                                                            Bay



                              FUNDING MECHANISMS

A number of methods are used to fund PSAPs fhroughouf the Counfry. Even
within fhe numerous consolidafions among fhe seven North Shore communities,
most of the funding formulas have evolved over time and there is not one
consistent funding formula or model utilized or applied fo the consolidated
partnerships among the seven communities.

The governance structure of the various PSAPs that were studied has a significant
irnpact on the funding mechanism used for the PSAP. In communities where the
PSAP falls under a single unit of local government and provides services to the
entire geograph ic area of the unit of government. a tax levy based system is
often used. Other funding factors used to divide costs of service include:

   •   Population based
   •   Equalized value (total)
   •   Equalized value (improvements)
   •   Calls for service
   •   Priority based calls for service
   •   Usage based


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   •   Number of officers/units in the field
   •    Number of police officers per community
   •    Police officers per capita
   •    Number of mobile data units per agency
   •    Equal share for participating agencies

Approximately one hundred seventy (170) formula options were evaluated to
achieve most, if not all, of the eight goals identified to allocate costs to fund a
consolidated dispatch. These goals were identified very early in the process and
served as the basis for development of a mutually beneficial partnership in which
a partnership is formed to benefit all communities serviced by a consolidated
PSAP. These eight goals included:

   •   Positively impact all participating communities, both financially and
       operationally.
   •   Tax levy and expense stabilization.
   •   Avoid large annual percentage/cost shifts among communities.
   •   Equitable distribution of expenses over the long-term.
   •   Universally applicable formula.
   •   Accommodate future expansion.
   •   Establishes long-term capital funding plan, gleaning experience from
       NSFD Capital funding discussions through the years.

To achieve these competing demands, a phased implementation of what
would is termed the "Consolidated PSAP Hybrid Formula" was developed. This
financing formula utilizes the existing 2010 budget allocation for each community
(includes both Fire and Police dispatch costs), equalized value (improvements),
community population, and an equal share from each community. The
combination of factors was developed with a multi-year implementation and
stabilization factor included.


                     Formula % per Community by Year




         .. Bayside        lim Brown Deer   _Fox Pairit
         §JI   RWermlis-                    .. Wkitefish Bay




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As stated above, a multitude of formula options were evaluated to meet the
above objectives. Most, if not all, of the formula options examined created
"winners" and "losers". The recommended formula meets all of the objectives
set forth in the initial discussion of creating a consolidated PSAP from the
Committee.

The Committee did discuss the possible re-evaluation of the funding formula, as
well as that factors utilized after a "to-be-defined" period of time could more
accurately and uniformly gauge the demands for service from each
community. Provided the differences in how calls are recorded currently by
each PSAP, it was determined this would not be an effective immediate
measurement for consideration.


                          ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

Several models for the organizational structure and management of the joint
PSAP were considered by the Committee. Those included:

   •   Separate department within a participating government structure
   •   Part of a participating agency
   •   Independent agency

Based on previous experiences with joint dispatch cen ters, it was determined the
most appropriate and cost effective structure for a joint PSAP serving the North
Shore communities was to follow the model of putting the PSAP in one of the
participating agencies. Two of the agencies considering participation in the
center expressed interest in serving as the lead agency for a consolidated PSAP;
the North Shore Fire Department and the Bayside Police Department. It was
determined that the most cost effective model is to place the consolidated PSAP
under the Bayside Police Department since it currently manages a consolidated
PSAP and a significant amount of the infrastructure to host a consolidated PSAP
currently exists at the Bayside Police Department facility.

While the Committee found it best to place a consolidated PSAP under the
 Bayside Police Department, stakeholders in the consolidation process expressed
their desire to ensure that each participating municipality is afforded the
opportunity to vote on adoption of a budget and on administrative policy for the
joint PSAP. In an effort to provide this input, the Committee recommends
creating a joint agency for the purpose of providing political, financial, and
operational oversight for a joint PSAP, but allowing for the host agency to
manage the PSAP (see Governance Section).

Under the recommended structure, the host agency will administer the PSAP,
provide a facility and required technology to meet the service levels established
by the Board of Directors, employ management staff and dispatchers, provide
human resource services and financial management services for the center and


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for the Board of Directors and provide a quality assurance process for the
services provided.

While the overall structure of the PSAP should be established by the host agency
with input from the Board of Directors, the Committee felt it is important that a
civilian manager be established within the Bayside Police Department to oversee
the center and that this position be knowledgeable in the information
technology systems utilized by the center. Additionally, this position should have
previous experience in employee supervision and dispatching in a PSAP.

The Committee also felt it is important that the contracting agen cy establish
supervision on each shift specifically for the center. This not only provides
operational supervision and a point of contact for agencies twenty-four hours
per day, but it establishes a career path for dispatchers that are employed by
the agency. It is recommended that each shift have a "lead dispatcher" type
position that reports to the civilian manager. This position would likely be
responsible for scheduling of dispatchers, providing training to staff, quality
review of performance by employees assigned to them and supporting the
civilian manager in addition to the day-to-day supervisor responsibilities.


                             GOVERNANCE OPTIONS

Throughout the investigatory process, efficiencies of consolidating PSAPs were
evident. Yet, without a solid governance structure, the consolidation effort would
be lessened. A well-crafted governance agreement is critical to the success of
the consolidation. Items considered when developing a draft governance
model for consolidated PSA P include:

   •   Reporting structure and composition of oversight board
   •   Capital and operating budget development process
   •   Budget approval process
   •   Funding mechanism
   •   Ownership of technology
   •   Process for participating agency complaint resolution and input

Several models of governance agreements for intergovernmental cooperative
services exist in the seven communities. The North Shore area has an extensive
history of cooperation in providing rnunicipal services including the two joint
PSAPs currently in operation, the North Shore Fire Department, the North Shore
Health Department and the North Shore Library. While each of these have their
own governance agreem ent, it was quickly determined by the Comrnittee that
simply utilizing one of these agreements for a joint PSAP is not feasible nor
recomrnended.

The Committee gathered these intergovernmental agreements used for the
agencies above and also obtained agreem ents used by other joint PSAPs and
municipal agencies in Wisconsin and throughout the Country. A draft agreement

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has been written and will be available for review. Language has been included
in the draft agreement to accommodate agencies that may join after the initial
start-up, and for agencies that may wish to leave the joint PSAP. Additionally,
language is included in the draft agreement to allow agencies to contract with
the consolidated PSAP for provision of service.

The draft agreement establishes an agency that provides PSAP services through
an intergovernmental agreement under Wisconsin Statutes. A Board of Directors
is established as the governing body for the agency. Each member community
has a representative on the Board of Directors. The member of the Board of
Directors from each community would likely be the Chief elected official or
his/her designee. The Board of Directors is charged with establishing a budget for
the agency, setting administrative policy and conducting an audit of the
agencies' financial statements each year.

A Finance Committee is established that is responsible to provide oversight to the
finances of the agency. The Village Manager/City Administrator of each
member community is considered a member of the finance committee in
addition to the Fire Chief of the North Shore Fire Department.

An Operations Committee is established in the draft agreement for the purpose
of providing operational input to the manager of the joint center. The Operations
Committee is comprised of a representative of each agency served by the joint
PSAP as well as the North Shore Fire Department. Generally, this is the Chief of the
agency or his/her appointee.


        HUMAN RESOURCE ISSUES RELATING TO CONSOLIDATION OF PSAPS

A multitude of human resource issues must be addressed by the member
communities and the current dispatch centers during the consolidation process.
While not insurmountable, it is imperative these issues be addressed in a timely
fashion. Additionally, it is important that current PSAP staff be informed of the
status of the consolidation throughout the process. Issues that will need to be
addressed include:

   •   Evaluation of Collective Bargaining Agreements.
   •   How additional staff will be hired by the contracted agency to meet the
       needs of the newly consolidated PSAP.
   •   Hiring of a civilian manager prior to the actual "go live" date in order to
       provide for sufficient planning and building of the infrastructure.
   •   Pay and ben efit disparities

Significant planning will need to occur at least six months prior to the "go live"
date relating to the human resource issues identified above. The Committee
recommends that a plan be established to hire the civilian director prior to the
"go live" date in order to allow the director to develop operational policy for the
consolidated center, work with the computer aided dispatch software, and be

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involved in the hiring of additional stat! required to provide service to th e
member communities.


                        PLANNING FOR THE CONSOLIDATION

Once a general commitment for the interested municipalities/agencies is
identified, the Committee recommends forming a project committee comprised
of representatives from participating agencies and decision-making authorities.
Participating agency representation ensures agency input into critical issues and
helps increase buy-in to the consolidation process. The Committee recommends
that each community discuss and report their respective level of interest and
intent to proceed with the recommended PSAP consolidation by October 31,
2010, in order to tacilitate the development of the aforementioned transition,
development, and implementation plans. The Committee focused on a "go
live" operational date of January 1, 2012, or sooner if feasible.

The committee's charge should be to begin resolving consolidation related
issues, finalize establishment of a governance agreem ent, establish a timeline for
operations, assist in planning, and provide input on the procurement process for
any equipment needed for the PSAP.

Respectfully Submitted,



PSAP Consolidation Sub-Committee
Recommended: September 22,2010


Municipal Manager/Administrators, Fire Chief, and Police Chiefs
Reviewed September 27,2010

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                                STATE OF WISCONSIN
                         MILWAUKEE AND OZAUKEE COUNTIES
                              VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD

                                   RESOLUTION NO. 2010-

            A Resolution Endorsing the Establishment of a Consolidated Public Safety
                             Answering Point for the North Shore

       The Village Board of the Village of Shorewood adopts the following Resolution:

        WHEREAS, the Communities of Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, Glendale, Mequon,
River Hills, Shorewood, Thiensville and Whitefish Bay ("North Shore Communities") have
participated in the development of the North Shore Public Safety Answering Point ("PSAP")
Consolidation Study issued on September 24,2010; and

       WHEREAS, the Study analyzed the feasibility, costs, and benefits of the establishment of
a North Shore Communities consolidated PSAP; and

        WHEREAS, the PSAP Study determined that establishment of a North Shore
Communities consolidated PSAP would likely provide service equal to or better than current
public safety telephone call receipt and dispatch services offered in the North Shore Communities
at substantially less cost.

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF
THE VILLAGE OF SHOREWOOD:

       That the Village supports the concept of developing a North Shore Communities
Consolidated PSAP and wishes to participate in the process of developing a North Shore
Communities consolidated PSAP.

       PASSED and ADOPTED by the Shorewood Village Board, Milwaukee County,
Wisconsin this 1st day of November, 2010.



                                                   Guy Johnson, Village President


                             Countersigned:


                                                   Sherry Grant, WCPCIMMC
                                                   Village Clerk/Treasurer

								
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