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					                                   VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
                                  BOARD OF TRUSTEES

                                Thursday, November 16, 2006
                                         7:00 p.m.

                                        Regular Meeting
                                 Village Hall Council Chamber
                                       675 Village Court

                                             AGENDA

The Village of Glencoe is subject to the requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act of
1990. Individuals with disabilities who plan to attend this meeting and who require certain
accommodations in order to allow them to observe and/or participate in this meeting, or who
have questions regarding the accessibility of the meeting or the facilities, are requested to contact
the Village of Glencoe at least 72 hours in advance of the meeting at (847) 835-4114, or the
Illinois Relay Center at (800) 526-0844, to allow the Village of Glencoe to make reasonable
accommodations for those persons.

                              CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL

                               Honorable Scott M. Feldman, Village President
                               Deborah Cogan, Trustee
                               Bruce Cowans, Trustee
                               Lawrence Debb, Trustee
                               Joseph Keefe, Trustee
                               Mitchell Melamed, Trustee
                               Ellen Shubart, Trustee


1.     CONSIDERATION OF THE CONSENT AGENDA

       •   Consideration of Minutes of the Village Board Special Meeting and Executive
           Session on October 5, 2006
       •   Consideration of Minutes of the Village Board Regular Meeting and
           Executive Session on October 19, 2006
       •   Consideration of the Village Treasurer’s Report for October 2006
       •   Consideration of the Golf Club Financial Report for October 2006
       •   Consideration of the Glencoe Golf Club Report for October 2006
       •   Consideration of the Public Works Department Report for October 2006
       •   Consideration of the Public Safety Department Report for October 2006

2.     NON-AGENDA ITEMS AND VISITORS

3.     VILLAGE MANAGER’S REPORT

4.     COMMITTEE REPORTS

       •   Plan Commission
       •   Golf Advisory Committee
       •   Human Relations Forum
5.    VILLAGE PRESIDENT'S REPORT


6.    CONSIDERATION OF LANDMARK DESIGNATION FOR 35 ESTATE DRIVE

      Based on the analysis and evaluation of the Historic Preservation Commission, the Village
      Board will consider Landmark Designation for this property.

7.    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION FOR MODIFICATIONS TO GARBAGE
      COLLECTION SERVICES AND YARD WASTE ANALYSIS

      The Village Board will consider a resolution authorizing the implementation of
      modifications to the Village garbage collection service.

8.    REVIEW POLICE AND FIREFIGHTERS’ PENSION FUND ACTUARIAL REPORTS

      Annually, the Board reviews the actuarial reports for the Police and Firefighters’ Pension
      Funds prior to the consideration of the annual Tax Levy Ordinance that will be part of the
      December 21 Village Board meeting agenda.

9.    REVIEW PRELIMINARY FISCAL YEAR 2008 BUDGET

      The Board will begin the Village budget review process for FY08 and will continue its
      review at the meetings scheduled through February 2007..

10.   CONVENE AS THE “EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SYSTEM BOARD” (ETSB) TO
      CONSIDER THE PURCHASE OF E911 SYSTEM HARDWARE FOR THE PUBLIC
      SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER

      The Board will consider the purchase of radio console, E911 equipment and
      Communications Center furniture to coincide with planned modifications to the
      Communications Center and Village Hall.

11.   EXECUTIVE SESSION

      The Village President and Board of Trustees will meet in executive session for the purpose
      of discussing Pending/Threatened Litigation: OMA Sec. 2 (c) (11), Acquisition/Disposition
      of Property: OMA Sec. 2 (c) (6), Personnel: Employee Matters: OMA Sec. 2 (c) (1), Personnel:
      Village Officials: OMA Sec. 2 (c) (3) and Village Security Matters: OMA Sec. 2 (c) (8).

12.   RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION


13.   CONSIDERATION OF COOK COUNTY AGREEMENT FOR WATER PLANT
      SECURITY SYSTEM


14.   ADJOURNMENT




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                            Village of Glencoe
                             Board Agenda Memorandum



DATE PREPARED:             November 10, 2006

MEETING DATE:              November 16, 2006

AGENDA SUBJECT:            Consideration of the Consent Agenda

RECOMMENDATION:            Staff recommends approval


The following items are considered routine and are recommended for approval under a
single omnibus vote. Any member of the Village Board may request that any item on
the consent agenda be discussed and/or voted on separately:

      A. Consideration of Minutes of the Village Board Special Meeting and Executive
         Session on October 5, 2006

      B. Consideration of Minutes of the Village Board Regular Meeting and Executive
         Session on October 19, 2006

      C. Consideration of the Village Treasurer's Report for October 2006

         The October 2006 Village Treasurer's Report includes the October 2006 Payroll Report,
         the October 2006 Bills Report and the Budget Analysis Report for the eighth month of
         Fiscal Year 2007. As requested by the Village President, the Finance Committee will
         have reviewed this report in detail and the committee's verbal recommendation will be
         offered on this report before a vote is taken on the Consent Agenda.

      D. Consideration of the Glencoe Golf Club Report for October 2006

      E. Consideration of the Public Works Department Report for October 2006

      F. Consideration of the Public Safety Department Report for October 2006




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Village Board Special Meeting Minutes                                           Page 1
October 5, 2006


                                        VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
                                        BOARD OF TRUSTEES

                                            Minutes
                                 Village Board Special Meeting
                                        October 5, 2006


1.     CALL TO ORDER

       A Special Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Glencoe was
       called to order by the Village President of the Village of Glencoe, Cook County,
       Illinois, held in the Village Hall Hagenah Conference Room at 6:36 p.m. on the
       5th day of October 2006.

2.     ROLL CALL

       The following were present:

       Village President Scott Feldman, Trustees Deborah Cogan, Bruce Cowans, Joe
       Keefe, Mitchell Melamed and Ellen Shubart (arrived at 6:52 p.m.)

       Trustee Larry Debb was absent.

       The following Village staff was also present:

       Paul Harlow, Village Manager
       David Mau, Director of Public Works
       Vic Filippini, Village Attorney

3.      EXECUTIVE SESSION

       Trustee Cowans moved, seconded by Trustee Cogan, that the Village President
       and Board of Trustees recess into Executive Session at 6:36 p.m. for the
       purpose of discussing Personnel: Employee Matters: OMA Sec 2 (c) (1). On a
       roll call vote, the motion was unanimously approved.

4.     RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION

       Trustee Keefe moved, seconded by Trustee Cogan, that the Village President
       and Board of Trustees reconvene to open session at 7:00 p.m. The motion was
       approved by a unanimous voice vote.

       The following Village staff was present at the open session that convened in the
       Village Hall Council Chamber:

       David Mau, Director of Public Works
       David Clark, Director of Finance
       Mikel Milks, Director of Public Safety
       Peter Scalera, Assistant to the Village Manager
       Melinda Formusa, Executive Assistant
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October 5, 2006



5.     CONSIDER SPECIAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION FOR 366 PARK AVENUE

       Trustee Melamed recused himself from the discussion of the amendment
       request to the special use permit for 366 Park Avenue.

       Village Manager Paul Harlow provided the background for the discussion and
       introduced Michael Rothchild, the general contractor and owner of 366 Park,
       who addressed the Board regarding the reasons he was requesting an
       amendment to the special use permit.

       He said that when he bought the property, the Village Board waived the parking
       requirement. He said the agreement at that time was that in lieu of a parking
       requirement, he would ensure retail use for the first floor. Now he was
       requesting that the first floor retail use be waived because 1) the buildings on
       either side did not have basements, so he did not build a basement, and 2) the
       elevator took up too much space on the first floor and became an issue that
       potential retail renters said was unacceptable because of storage needs.

       Mr. Rothchild maintained that he had actively marketed the space during
       construction and all prospective tenants said the space was too small.

       Kenneth von Kluck, former Village Board Trustee, addressed the Board and
       said he was on the Board when the special use permit for 366 Park was
       considered. He said that part of the deal for waiving the parking requirement
       was that Mr. Rothchild provide retail on the first floor. He said he thought the
       agreement should stand.

       Pascal Ibgui, owner of Pascal pour Elle, the business that occupies the building
       to the west of 366 Park addressed the Board and said he would like to expand
       his business to 366 Park. He said his hair salon business was a retail business
       as well as a service business. He thought the 1,100 square feet of space on the
       first floor of 366 Park was a perfect fit for his business. Pascal said that no
       current agreement of any kind exists between Mr. Rothchild and himself.

       President Feldman asked Mr. Rothchild what he was asking for rent. Mr.
       Rothchild responded that he was asking $3,000 per month, which calculated to
       approximately $30/square foot.

       Trustee Cogan asked if there were comparable businesses in town with similar
       square footage. Mr. Rothchild said the issue for prospective renters was not the
       rental amount but the space restrictions and that other smaller businesses in
       town had basements for storage.

       President Feldman asked what Mr. Rothchild was asking for the upper floors of
       the building. Mr. Rothchild said the rent was $2,500 for the second and third
       floors. He said he had lowered his prices.

       Trustee Shubart said she was uncomfortable setting new rules for a specific
       space. She said the Village Board was not in the business of subsidizing a
       building owner and policies set were for the entire downtown business district.
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October 5, 2006


       She added that a parking benefit had been given and she was sorry that Mr.
       Rothchild did not consider that was enough.

       Trustee Cogan asked about the reasons for the addition of an elevator and Mr.
       Rothchild said he thought it would be an added service to the community.

       Trustee Keefe asked Trustee Cogan about her opinion of the special use
       amendment request because she was on the Board at the time the original
       special use request was considered and approved. He added that he thought
       the Village did not have enough retail businesses in the downtown.

       Trustee Cogan said the parking fund was an issue at the time (June 2004), but
       Mr. Rothchild had a compelling argument for his special use permit request
       because there was no other business that had put money into a parking fund
       and there was no money in the fund. She added that Mr. Rothchild was very
       enthusiastic and optimistic about retail usage on the first floor at that time.
       She said she wished he had come back to the Board when he found out he
       could not build a basement. Trustee Cogan said she was inclined to reconsider
       whether it was fair to selectively say that certain properties had to be retail as
       she felt the Board should not pick and choose tenants. She said she would be
       more comfortable having the Plan Commission review retail usage.

       Trustee Keefe also asked Mr. von Kluck’s opinion regarding renting to a hair
       salon. Mr. von Kluck reiterated that the agreement was for strictly retail to
       occupy that space.

       Village Attorney Vic Filippini said that a February 2004 ordinance provided that
       if a new building did not provide enough parking, the owners could place
       $10,000 in a parking fund in lieu of providing parking spaces or they could
       apply for a special use permit. He said that Mr. Rothchild applied for a special
       use permit in June of 2004.

       Lenna Scott, Executive Director for the Glencoe Chamber of Commerce,
       addressed the Board and said the Chamber Board of Directors voted to forward
       a statement regarding the special use permit amendment. She said the
       Chamber supported a strong relationship with the Village by upholding
       commitments. She said the Chamber supported the original special use permit
       approved in June of 2004 and that commitment should be upheld.

       Trustee Shubart said the Board would be shifting responsibility for who should
       rent where if the Board sent the issue to the Plan Commission.

       Trustee Cogan said she would agree to uphold the original special use
       agreement after hearing the Chamber of Commerce’s position statement.

       Trustee Keefe said his inclination was to try to find a compromise and agreed
       that this was a policy problem.

       Michael O’Rourke, building owner, addressed the Board and said he realized
       Mr. Rothchild was struggling to rent his building and thought that $30/square
       foot was reasonable. He said a landlord did not control the market and that
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       parking was always a critical component. Mr. O’Rourke said he thought
       Pascal’s business was good for the community and supported his request for
       renting the first floor of 366 Park Avenue because he would rather see a non-
       retail business occupy the space rather than see it stand empty.

       Trustee Cogan asked Ms. Scott how the Chamber arrived at its decision as she
       was sure the Chamber would like to see the space rented.

       Ms. Scott said the Chamber did not take a position on the service
       business/retail business ratio in the downtown. She said she did not know
       how the Chamber Board of Directors would react to the specifics of renting the
       first floor space to Pascal.

       Trustee Cowans said he was sympathetic to the problems Mr. Rothchild had
       encountered and a vacant building was not good for the downtown. But he was
       more motivated to see an actual contract between Rothchild and Pascal instead
       of trying to deal with what may or may not happen.

       President Feldman said the vagueness also bothered him. He would like to see
       more “give and take” or a meaningful concession before considering a special
       use permit amendment. He asked if there was a motion to approve.

       Trustee Keefe moved to request specific conditions from the applicant and
       moved to continue the determination until such time as that information was
       available.  Trustee Cogan seconded the motion. Upon a roll call vote, the
       motion was approved by the following vote:

       AYES:           Cogan, Cowans, Keefe (3)
       NO:             Shubart (1)
       ABSTAIN:        Melamed (1)
       ABSENT:         Debb (1)

6.     CONTINUED DISCUSSION OF GARBAGE COLLECTION ALTERNATIVES

       Mr. Harlow provided a background summary for the operational and financial
       analysis prepared and presented by staff.

       Director of Public Works David Mau presented staff’s proposals for garbage
       collection alternatives and reconfigurations for once-a-week pickup with an
       additional charge for an optional second pickup. He said the alternatives would
       reduce the number of collection employees and equipment needs. Mr. Mau said
       that staff also evaluated yard waste collections and presented alternatives.

       Director of Finance David Clark presented a financial analysis for alternative
       collection programs.

       Mr. Harlow said that as part of its operational analysis, the Village would need
       to know the number of participants requesting a second pickup on a quarterly
       basis.
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       Theresa Romano, 360 Palos, addressed the Board and said she thought that
       volumes of garbage for once-a-week pickups would be a big problem. She also
       thought that the charge of $90/quarter for a second pickup was unfair since
       once-a-week was only $15. She said that meant that once-a-week was cut in
       half, while twice-a-week was considerably more than double. She also did not
       understand what generated the consideration and review of garbage collection
       rates.

       In answer to Ms. Romano’s questions, President Feldman said that the program
       for once-a-week pickup was designed to handle the same amount of refuse to be
       collected. He said that regarding fees charged, the $90 amount was to cover the
       direct cost of a second collection based on the possible number of people
       involved. He said that everyone would pay for once-a-week pickup, but a
       second pickup would be paid for by a fewer number of people (approximately
       20%). He said the Village was considering alternatives because of the numbers
       of residents asking about the fees and taxes they were asked to pay and that
       the only choice would be to lower fees or to cut services.

       Trustee Shubart said she thought the Village needed to publicize the
       alternatives as much as possible so that the public would become familiar with
       the possibility of change.

       Mr. Harlow said staff felt that the foundation plan was solid and recommended
       a March 2007 implementation date in order to have time to publicize the
       alternatives and work out details.

       President Feldman acknowledged that change was always difficult but that the
       goal was to be responsive to a significant number of residents. He said that if
       the Board did not see substantial savings that could be passed on to a
       significant number of residents, the alternatives would not be considered.

       Trustee Cowans added that the Village needed fees because we operated under
       tax caps.

       Sally Harrington, 554 Monroe, asked if there would be options for a second
       recycling bin. President Feldman said yes, and that we needed to get the word
       out to residents if they did not know that.

       Trustee Cogan said she understood that part of the cost savings involved the
       proposal with Groot to accept additional recycling. She asked if it wasn’t
       ultimately more costly to contract with them now instead of waiting until the
       regular contract renewal in 2009. Mr. Mau said there were no indications of
       significant changes to the rate being charged based on collecting from 3,100
       homes.

       Trustee Cogan also asked if the alternatives anticipated a significant increase in
       the request for a second pickup during the summer months and if there would
       be a problem if there was a significant “bump up” in a particular quarter. Mr.
       Mau said they will know more after the initial implementation phase.
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       Trustee Cogan asked whether the plans supported charging for yard waste
       services if only a small percentage of residents used the service.

       President Feldman asked staff to look into the possibility of using stickers for
       yard waste to determine if usage was occasional, moderate or heavy.

       Trustee Melamed said the Spring Clean-Up was a costly service and thought we
       should investigate the costs of that service and how it was utilized. He also said
       that lawn maintenance services often left leaves for the Village to pickup
       because they knew the service was offered. Based on the popularity of these
       services, as identified in the survey results, the Board felt these services should
       not be modified at this time.

       Trustee Cowans said we needed a communications plan                   to   alleviate
       misunderstandings regarding the alternatives being considered.

       Ms. Romano again stated that she thought the fees charged should be more
       equitable.

       President Feldman reiterated that the $75/quarter fee happened to be the cost
       for a second pickup, but we wouldn’t know exact charge until we determined
       the numbers of residents involved.

       President Feldman said the next two Glencoe Memos (Nov/Dec and Jan/Feb)
       should have carefully worded explanations of what was being considered as
       alternatives to garbage collection services.

       Mr. Harlow said there would also be a special mailing.

       President Feldman said he felt that the consensus of the Board was to ask staff
       to pursue a once-a-week system with the option for a second pickup and the
       associated costs. He also said it seemed clear that the Board felt that yard
       waste collection should be some form of fee-based system.

       Trustee Shubart said we needed to prepare a “Frequently Asked Questions”
       communication for residents.

       Trustee Cogan said we needed to develop a time frame for implementation so
       that the community would know when the Board planned to vote on the issue.

       President Feldman said the Board needed to vote at the November meeting
       whether to proceed with an alternative program.

       He asked that a draft article be prepared for the Nov/Dec Glencoe Memo and
       circulated among Board members for input and approval.

7.     ADJOURNMENT

       There being no further discussion, Trustee Shubart moved, seconded by Trustee
       Cogan, to adjourn the meeting at 9:20 p.m. Said motion was approved by a
       unanimous voice vote.
Village Board Regular Meeting Minutes                                         Page 1
October 19, 2006

                                    VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
                                    BOARD OF TRUSTEES

                                            Minutes
                                        Regular Meeting
                                        October 19, 2006

1.     CALL TO ORDER

       The Regular Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees of the Village of Glencoe
       was called to order by the Village President of the Village of Glencoe, Cook
       County, Illinois, held in the Village Hall Council Chamber at 7:05 p.m. on the
       19th day of October 2006.

2.     ROLL CALL

       The following were present:

       Village President Scott Feldman, and Trustees Cogan, Cowans, Debb, Keefe,
       Melamed and Shubart

       The following Village staff was also present:

       Paul Harlow, Village Manager
       Julie Tappendorf, Acting Village Attorney
       David Mau, Director of Public Works
       David Clark, Director of Finance
       Mike Milks, Director of Public Safety
       Peter Scalera, Assistant to the Village Manager
       Melinda Formusa, Executive Assistant
       Terry Miskowicz, Interim Golf Club Manager

3.     CONSIDERATION OF THE CONSENT AGENDA

       Following a report from the Finance Committee, Trustee Melamed moved,
       seconded by Trustee Shubart, to approve the following:

       •   Minutes of the Village Board Special Meeting on September 7, 2006
       •   Minutes of the Village Board Regular Meeting and Executive Session on
           September 21, 2006
       •   Village Treasurer's Report for September 2006
       •   Glencoe Golf Club Report for September 2006
       •   Glencoe Golf Club Manager’s Report for September 2006
       •   Public Works Department Report for September 2006
       •   Public Safety Department Report for September 2006
       •   Approval of December 21, 2006 as the Public Hearing Date for the 2006
           Property Tax Levy
       •   Approval of the Yas Agreement for Phase II Design for Village Hall
           Improvements
       •   Approval for the Purchase of a Skid Steer Loader for the Public Works
           Department
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October 19, 2006

       Upon a roll call, the Consent Agenda was approved by the following vote:

       AYES:           Cogan, Cowans, Debb, Keefe, Melamed, and Shubart (6)
       NO:             None (0)
       ABSENT:         None (0)

4.     NON-AGENDA ITEMS AND VISITORS

       William Griffin, a Lake Forest resident and Republican candidate for the State
       Representative seat in the 58th district, was present at the meeting and
       introduced himself to the Village President and Board of Trustees.

       Trustee Melamed recused himself prior to Michael Rothschild addressing the
       Board regarding his request for a special use permit amendment for his
       property at 366 Park Avenue.

       Mr. Rothschild asked that his request be put on the November agenda in order
       for the Board to vote. But President Feldman said that before he would agree to
       put the issue on the agenda, he wanted new information to be brought before
       the Board. He said he was looking for a new proposal for the Board’s
       consideration before granting a special use permit amendment.

       Mr. Rothschild distributed a prepared presentation to the Board that included
       letters from prospective leasers listing their reasons for deciding against the
       property and letters from some Glencoe businesses expressing their agreement
       that the first floor of 366 Park should be leased to Pascal Ibgui, owner of Pascal
       pour Elle, the business next door. He said the lease price was commensurate
       with other downtown business space at $30/square foot.

       Mr. Rothschild reiterated that he is interested in leasing the first floor space to
       Pascal Ibgui. He asked that the Board understand his position and “be flexible”
       regarding the misfortunes he alleged that he had encountered in renting the
       building.

       Mr. Rothschild referenced the possibility for leasing space to Family Services.
       He said it would be necessary to add a hallway to each floor to access private
       offices and in order to do that the rent would be $28.80/square foot (instead of
       $25.00) or $1,668.00 per month per floor.

       He added that the Chamber of Commerce was considering changing their
       position regarding leasing to Mr. Ibgui, but they needed additional information
       to make that determination.

       President Feldman said he would like a proposal, in writing, detailing the
       accommodation for the second and third floors for Family Services. He also
       asked if the Board wanted to further discuss the issues at tonight’s meeting.

       Trustee Cowans didn’t think further discussion at tonight’s meeting was
       appropriate since the Board would be reviewing the issues again when it was
       formally placed on an agenda.

       President Feldman clarified the issue regarding Mr. Rothschild’s request for a
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October 19, 2006
       release from the requirement for first floor retail so that he could lease the
       space to Pascal Ibgui.

       Trustee Debb asked Mr. Rothschild to supply the figures showing the financial
       contribution he was willing to make to lease the upper floors to Family Services.

       President Feldman said he would put the special use permit amendment for 366
       Park Avenue on the next Village Board agenda, but wanted the opportunity to
       analyze and discuss the issue between now and that meeting. He asked Village
       Manager Paul Harlow to contact Mr. Rothschild regarding whether the issue
       would be on the November agenda and what preparations needed to be made
       prior to that meeting.

       President Feldman asked Acting Village Attorney Julie Tappendorf if the Board
       could meet in Executive Session after tonight’s meeting to discuss what
       information would be necessary in order to make a decision about 366 Park
       Avenue. Ms. Tappendorf said that an Executive Session could be added to
       tonight’s agenda so that the Board could discuss a list of questions that needed
       to be answered.

5.     VILLAGE MANAGER’S REPORT

       •   Mr. Harlow introduced Terry Miskowicz, the interim Manager for the Glencoe
           Golf Club, who was present at tonight’s meeting.
       •   He said the fall Leaf Collection Program was underway and leaves would be
           collected from the parkways through the end of November.
       •   Mr. Harlow reported that progress was being made regarding the cleaning of
           the East Diversion Ditch. He said the County was preparing bid documents
           for opening on November 21.
       •   Regarding the storm damage from the October 2 rainfall, Mr. Harlow said
           staff was continuing to work with residents to review damages and provide
           advice on what could be done to alleviate future problems on a site-specific
           basis.
       •   Mr. Harlow said that staff was also continuing to work on the garbage
           collection program alternatives that would be discussed at the next Village
           Board meeting.

       Trustee Melamed rejoined the Board at his place on the dais.

6.     COMMITTEE REPORTS

       •   Plan Commission – Trustee Debb reported that the Plan Commission was
           beginning its review of the Center Court parking lots at its next meeting. He
           said the Commission was currently completing its review of impervious
           surface requirements.

       Michael O’Rourke, downtown building manager, addressed the Board and
       commented on the need for the Parking Committee to meet. He reiterated that he
       has asked for parking data from the Village. Trustee Debb suggested that he
       attend the next Plan Commission meeting.


       •   Human Relations Forum – Trustee Shubart reported that the Forum was
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October 19, 2006
           continuing to work on a number of projects:

                   1. Gallery 659 Vernon – a holiday art bazaar and poetry slam
                      scheduled for December 9 through 16.
                   2. Heart to Heart conversations scheduled for February 21, 2007. The
                      Forum was looking for residents willing to open their homes for the
                      discussions.
                   3. The logo contest - 68 entries have been received that will be judged
                      for the vehicle stickers. The decision would be made by November
                      1, and the winner would be present at the November 16 Village
                      Board meeting.

       •   Golf Advisory Committee – Trustee Keefe reported that the search for a Golf
           Club Manager was proceeding with Crown Golf. He also reviewed highlights
           from the Golf Club’s monthly financials and said that a personnel plan was
           now being prepared on a monthly basis. Mr. Miskowicz added that the
           course would likely stay open until mid-November.

7.     VILLAGE PRESIDENT’S REPORT

       President Feldman reported that there would not be a November Village Board
       Workshop meeting and that the next meeting would be on November 16. He
       added that there would not be January or March 2007 Workshop meetings
       unless something unforeseen changed in the interim.

       President Feldman also presented information about a request from
       Representative Karen May encouraging municipalities to send a letter to the
       Coast Guard regarding the live fire zones in Lake Michigan. The Board gave
       unanimous approval to prepare a letter that would include Glencoe in providing
       testimony to the Coast Guard.

8.     CONSIDER SPECIAL USE PERMIT FOR FIELDS INFINITI SIGN PACKAGE

       Village Manager Paul Harlow presented the background and analysis
       information for the special use permit request from Fields Infiniti. He said that
       Sales Manager Brian Williams from Field’s Infiniti was present to answer
       questions the Board might have.

       Trustee Shubart said she didn’t question the approval of a special use permit,
       but thought that amending the standards for everyone might be a possibility.

       Trustee Debb said that the rules for Fields Infiniti were different because that
       area on Frontage Road was not as visible from Edens Expressway.

       Following the discussion, Trustee Shubart moved, seconded by Trustee Cogan,
       to approve an ordinance granting a special use permit to Fields Infiniti, located
       at 2100 Frontage Road, for on-site signage that exceeded the limits of the Sign
       Code. Upon a roll call, the motion was approved by the following vote:


       AYES:           Cogan, Cowans, Debb, Keefe, Melamed, and Shubart (6)
       NO:             None (0)
       ABSENT:         None (0)
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October 19, 2006

9.     REVIEW LONG RANGE FINANCIAL PLAN (PLAN 2012) AND THE CAPITAL
       IMPROVEMENT PLAN

       Trustee Cowans introduced the discussion and said that the Finance Committee
       had met with Mr. Harlow, David Clark, Director of Finance, and staff to review the
       Long Range Financial Plan (Plan 2012).

       Mr. Clark began the review by presenting the assumptions in the plan. The
       Board discussed the pension plan and how to fund it more adequately. Mr. Clark
       stated that the state averaged a 61% funding level, but the Board said they would
       be more comfortable with at least 80% funded.

       The Board also discussed garbage collection, how it was projected to be funded,
       and its effect on the proposed Long Range Financial Plan.

       President Feldman said he wanted to be sure that the fees quoted for once-a-week
       pickup and twice-a-week pickups were accurate. He said that the decision had
       been made for property taxes and the Garbage Fund to finance once-a-week
       pickup and that fees only would pay for twice-a-week service. He said the
       numbers needed to reflect that the change in fees proposed in the new garbage
       collection program would benefit the residents, not the General Fund.

       It was agreed that the Board wanted to hear from the actuary at the November
       Village Board meeting regarding the assumptions.

10.    EXECUTIVE SESSION

       Trustee Cogan moved, seconded by Trustee Shubart, that the Village President
       and Board of Trustees recess into Executive Session at 9:45 p.m. for the
       purpose of discussing the Acquisition of Property: OMA Sec. 2 (c) (5). On a roll
       call vote, the motion was unanimously approved.

11.    ADJOURNMENT

       There being no further business to come before the Village Board, Trustee Cogan
       moved, seconded by Trustee Shubart, to adjourn the meeting at 10:05 p.m. The
       motion was approved by a unanimous voice vote.
                            VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
MEMORANDUM
TO:      Paul M. Harlow, Village Manager
FROM:    David A. Clark, Finance Director
DATE:    November 9, 2006
SUBJECT: October 2006 Treasurer's Report

October 2006 represents the eighth accounting period of the Fiscal Year 2007. The
following is a summary of the more notable aspects of the October 2006 financial
activity of the Village. On a percentage basis, we have completed 66.6% of the fiscal
year.

                                                  Revenues
General Fund

                                                                                   $ Of Last
 Source                                 2006 YTD      2007 YTD        Budget          Yr.         % o f Bud.
 PROPERTY        TAXES                  2,483,771      4,353,034      4,360,142      1,869,263     99.8%
 PROPERTY/PENSION-POLICE                  466,123        832,354        855,034        366,23 1    97.3%
 PROPERTY/ PENSION-FIRE                     3,5 18         9,803         13,253          6,285     74.0%
 PROPERTY/FICA                             187,622       328,824       329,361        141,202      99.8%
 PROPERTY/IMRF                             147,752       258,949       259,372         111,197     99.8%
  Property Taxes                        3,288,786      5,782,964     5,817,162      2,494,178      99.4%

 ILLINOIS INCOME    TAXES
 BUILDING       PERMITS
 MUNICIPAL UTILITY - TAXES
 MUNICIPAL SALES TAXES
 TELECOMMUNICATIONS
 TAXES
 SEWER CHARGE         FEES
 VEHICLE       LICENSES
 INTEREST O N INVESTMENTS

 CABLE TELEVISION REVENUE               5 1,829       58,187            100,000          6,358      58.2%
 VOG VIOLATIONS                             52,374         57,000       86,250          4,626       66.1%
 Selected I t e m Total                 4,072,702      4,507,297     5,983,250        434,595       75.3%

 GENERALFUNDTOTAL                       7,898,923     11,038,833     12,751,172     3,139,910       86.6%

  L e s s T r a n s f e r F r o m CIP   181,8 10                 -             -   (181,810)           -
 NET GENERAL FUND TOTAL                 8,080,733     11,038,833     12,751,172     2,958,100       86.6%
Sales Tax Analysis

The detail of the sales tax receipts are now provided only on a quarterly basis
due to the Department of Revenue changing their policy on providing financial
information to local governments.


Below is summary revenue information for the Water Fund and Garbage Fund.

    WATER FUND
    Source                2006 YTD     2007 YTD     Budget         $ Of Last Yr.     % of Bud.
    Water Sales           1,272,953    1,049,893    1,472,500          (223,060)       71.3%
    Other Revenue          85,039       72,705       10 1,500           (12,334)       71.6%
    Total Revenue         1,357,992    1,122,598    1,574,000          (235,394)       71.3%

    GARBAGE FUND
    Source                2006 YTD     2007 YTD       Budget       $ Of Last Yr.     % o f Bud.
    Property Tax          4 10,529      724,208     72 1,004             313,679       100.4%
    Charges for Service   403,56 1      501,565     789,900               98,004       63.5%
    0ther Revenue          13,838       23,818        17,500               9,980       136.1%
    Total Revenue         827,928      1,249,59 1   1,528,404            42 1,663      8 1.8%


                                       Expenditures

    Pavroll & Benefits
1 source                   2006 YTD    2007 YTD        Budget        $ Of Last Yr.     % o f Bud.    I
    GENERAL FUND           5,647,640   6,241,780      9,504,945         594,140           65.7%
    WATER FUND              572,526     616,832        898,773          44,306            68.6%
    GARBAGE FUND           412,777      445,143        679,813          32,366            65.5%
I   Total Pavroll          6.632.943   7.303.755      11.083.531        670.812           65.9%      1
I   % Change from 2006                                                  10.11%                       I
    Overall Operating
I   source                 2006 YTD    2007 YTD        Budget        $ o f ~ a s ~t r . % o f ~ u d .I
    GENERAL FUND           1,580,925   1,741,331      3,152,190         160,406           55.2%
    WATER FUND              3 13,029    246,554        492,425          (66,475)          50.1%
    GARBAGE FUND            406,763     437,592        633,218           30,829           69.1%
    Total Operating        2,300,717   2,425,477      4,277,833         124,760           56.7%
    % Change from 2006                                                   5.42%


    Overall Capital
1 source                   2006 YTD    2007 YTD        Budget        $ o f ~ a s ~t r . % o f ~ u d .)
    GENERAL FUND            256,080     359,951       1,413,100         103,871          25.5%
    WATER FUND              335,989     308,700        440,000          (27,289)         70.2%
    GARBAGE FUND             25,568       575          177,500          (24,993)          0.3%
    Total Capital           617,637     669,226       2,030,600          51,589          33.0%
Bond Construction
                                        Issue to         Issue to
                                          Date             Date
Source              Orig. Issue         Revenue          Expense       Balance
2005 Limited Tax
Bonds                1,850,000          1,944,109        1,232,752     711,357
Total B o n d
Construction         1,850,000          1,944,109        1,232,752     711,357




September 2006 Check Register




Noteworthy Disbursements   / Employee R e i m b u r s e m e n t s

Vendor                     Amount         Description
Vincent Walker             $    24.97      Reimbursement for Safety Shoes
 Robert Litwitz            $    50.00      Reimbursement for CDL
 Mike Moran                $    30.00     Training
 Jessica Frances           $    38.20     In Service Training
 Aaron Anderson            $    50.00      Reimbursement for CDL
 Deborah Foster            $    34.43      Office Supplies
 William Embry             $    95.00      Monthly Auto Allowance
 Kenneth Paczosa           $    83.50      Uniform Reimbursement
 Mauro Albizures           $    50.00      Reimbursement for CDL
Village of Glencoe
FY2007 Operating Expenditures through October 2006



                                     YTD            YTD         FY 2007       $ of Last       O h of

                                    2006           2007         Budget          Year         Budget

   Legal Services                     145,575       143,917       173,000         (1,658)
   Community Services                  47,574        90,195       105,450         42,621
   Forestry                           125,115       166,260       218,495         41,145
   Community Development               34,660        17,024        15,745        (17,636)
   Police Pension Fund                 39,375        57,222        58,200         17,847
   Parking                             35,089        45,867        52,250         10,778

   Total                             427.388        520,485       623,140         93,097




Legal Services
   lncreased use of the Village Attorney during Plan Commission review of the subdivision ordinance.

Community Services
  lncreased use of the Village Planner during Plan Commission review of the subdivision ordinance.

Forestry
   The expense to date is primarily from plumbing inspections and commercial plan review services, both items are
   recovered through building permit fees.

Community Development
  The expense to date is primarily from plumbing inspections and commercial plan review services; both of these
  items are recovered through building permit fees.

Police Pension
   The Police Pension paid for legal services regarding a disability claim, this expense was not anticipated during the
   budget process.

Parking
   The expense to date is for re-stocking street signs and posts for ongoing sign upgrade work and for a traffic signal knock
   down costs that are reimbursable.
                        Table of Contents

Revenue Detail
   Revenue Analysis Summary
   Revenue Variance Analysis*

Expenditure Detail
   Expenditure Analysis Summary                         16-18
   Expenditure Variation Analysis**                     19-21

Cash Diversification Report                             23

Check Register
   Summary Check Register-Village                       24-31


"Revenue Variances for accounts with a budget greater than or equal to
$10,000 and 10%over (under)year to date percent completed.

** Expenditure Variances for accounts with a budget greater than or equal
to $10,000 and 10%over year to date percent completed.
REVENUES
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                                                   06                                             07                            $ From 06



                               -
                              - -                                                                                                           I
I ---CHARGES FOR SERVICES--     160,323    1,319,600    1,507,070   87.56% 122,114        1,081,562    1,534,500       70.48%     (238,03811



--OTHER REVENUES-                 4,680      30,057       29,600    101.540/0        0      26,045       29,500        88.29%       (4,012)

-OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-              0            0            0                    0            0            0

 WATER FUND                     166,583    1,357,992    1,544,395 87.93%      124,394     1,122,598    1,574,000       71.32%     (235,394)




I---FINES AND FORFEITS----        9,126      66,092      128,700    51.35%       9,628      79,397       111,250       71.37%        13,3061

---CHARGES FOR SERVICES-         43,529     287,037      406,000    70.70%      38,418     286,098      450,000        63.58%         (939)

--FEES--                          1,984      46.949       82,500    56.91%       3,836       61,240      117,000       52.34%       14,291

---INTEREST EARNINGS----          7,093      46,031        45,000   102.29% 24,991          153,983       69,000       223.16%     107,952

--OTHER REVENUES-                21,057     255,281      394,820    64.66%      43,580     427,854      413,975        103.35%     172,574

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES               0            0            0                    0            0            0                            0

 -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-             0      181,810     421,810    43.10%           0            0       33,000        . O h
                                                                                                                       0O O       (181.810)

 GENERAL FUND                  1,077,125   8,080,733 11,755,055 68.74%        967,936 11,038,833 12,751,172            86.57%     2,958,100




I---CHARGES FOR SERVICES--       63,055      403,561     667,000    60.50%      71,594      501,565      789,900       63.50%       98,004

 ---INTEREST EARNINGS---            297        4,151        6,000   69.19%       2,414       12,739        6,000       212.32%        8,588

 --OTHER REVENUES--                  155       2,687        6,200   43.34Oh        821        4,079        4,500       90.65%         1,392

 -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-              0           0            0                     0           0                0                        0

 GARBAGEFUND                     133.967     827.928    1,386,400 59.72%        132,705   1,249,591    1,528,404       81.76%      421,664




 ----INTEREST EARNINGS---              0           0            0                     0           0                0                        0

 --OTHER REVENUES--                    0           0            0                     0           0                0                        0

  DEBT SERVICE FUND                    0           0            0                     0           0                0                        0




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I -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-         0          0        0                  0         0        0
 DEBT SERVICE FUND                 0          0        0              16,038   197,990       0                 197,990




-OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-           0          0        0                  0         0        0

 DEBT SERVICE FUND                666     5,273     7,840 67.26%         37     6,634     7,956    83.38%        1,361




----INTEREST EARNINGS---           0          0         0                 0         0        0                          0
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES             0         0         0                 0         0        0                          0
 DEBT SERVICE FUND                  0         0         0                 0         0        0                          0




---INTEREST EARNINGS----            0         0         0                 0         0         0                         0

 DEBT SERVICE FUND                  0         0         0                 0         0         0                         0




-PROPERTY TAX--                     0         0         0                 0         0         0                         0
----INTEREST EARNINGS---            0         0         0                 0         0         0                         0
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES             0         0         0                 0         0         0                         0
 DEBT SERVICE FUND                  0         0         0                 0         0         0




 ----INTEREST EARNINGS----          0         0         0                 0         0         0                         0

 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES            0         0         0                 0         0         0                         0
 DEBT SERVICE FUND                  0         0         0                 0         0         0                         0




 ----INTEREST EARNINGS----        283      1,795    1,000   179.54%    1,245     5,555     1,500   370.34%        3,760

 DEBT SERVICE FUND              17,455   101.849   165,070 61.70%     22,901   231,763   265,530   87.28%       129,914




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    DEBT SERVICE FUND




    -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-             0           0          0                  0         0         0

I   DEBT SERVICE FUND                1.231       7,513          0                  0         0         0




    ----INTEREST EARNINGS---         1,838       5,096      5,600    91.01%    3,392     15,140    6,000    252.33%      10,043
    -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-             0           0          0                  0         0         0                      0
    DEBT SERVICE FUND              76,486      440,029    718,720 61.22%       62.412   767,293   725,683   105.73%    327,264




    ----INTEREST EARNINGS----          343        7,501     1,000    750.11%    3,571    15,937     8,000   199.21%       8,436
    -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-              0          0          0                  0         0         0                      0
    DEBT SERVICE FUND              1 1 1,843    657,164 1,066,175 61.64%       53,395   887,113   765,675   115.86%     229,949




    DEBT SERVICE FUND               15,948       93,314   152,611 61.15%       13,277   163,561   153,556   106.52%      70.24
                                                                                                                              I
     DEBT SERVICE FUND              20,806      122,460   199,153 61.49%       37,048   340,959   428,640   79.54%      2 18,499




    --OTHER REVENUES-                     0        900          0                  0      1,016        0                    116
    OTHER FINANCING SOURCES               0    1,851,165 1,850,000   100.06%       0          0        0              (1,851,165)
    -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-              0           0         0                   0         0        0                         0

     BOND CONSTRUCTION FUND          3,589 1,890,928 1,869,500 101.15%          3,499    37.120    34,120   108.79% (1,853,809)




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I   BOND CONSTRUCTION FUND                0         0          0                   0         0           0
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    --OTHER R V N E :                     0         0          0                   0         0           0                        0

    OTHER FINANCING SOURCES               0         0          0                   0         0           0                        0

    BOND CONSTRUCTION FUND                0         0          0                   0         0           0                        0




    --OTHER REVENUES-                     0          0         0                   0         0           0

    OTHER FINANCING SOURCES               0          0          0                  0         0           0                        0

    -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-              0          0          0                  0         0           0                        0

     BOND CONSTRUCTION FUND               0          0          0                  0         0           0                        0




    ----INTEREST EARNINGS---            188      1,185      1,000    118.48%     883     5,727       1,700   336.89%       4,542

    -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-              0          0          0                   0        0           0                        0

     MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND              19,009   166,140    264,100 62.91%       20,543   172,854    251,400   68.76%        6.7 14




    I -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-            0          0          0                   0        0           0                        ol
        CAPITAL RESERVE FUND            785      6,704      5,200   128.93%     1,380     9,958      7,500   132.78%       3,254




    --OTHER REVENUES--                     0         0          0                   0         0          0                        0

    OTHER FINANCING SOURCES                0         0          0                   0         0          0                        0

    -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-               0         0          0                   0         0          0                        0

        CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND              0     2,145          0                   0         0      4,000   0.00%        (2,145)




    ----INTEREST EARNINGS----          1,546    12,941     10,600    122.08%    3,006    20,959      6.000   349.32%        8,019

    OTHER FINANCING SOURCES                0         0          0                   0         0          0                        0



    I   ENHANCED 9 11 SYSTEM FUND     17,601   120,07 1   196,200 61.20%       12,666   124,123    166,600   74.50%         4,053

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--OTHER REVENUES--                 0         0         0                0        0         0                     0
 ENHANCED 911 SYSTEM FUND          0         0         0                0        0         0                     0




I--OTHER REVENUES-                 0         0         0                0         0        0                      d
 FIREFIGHTERS PENSION FUND      2,212    16,659    27,075 61.53%    1,844    18,088    16,775    107.82%      1,429




-OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-           0         0         0                0         0         0

 POLICElldENS PENSION FUND    105.753   845,044 1,329,698 63.55%   149,501 1,305,540 1,769,921   73.76%    460.496




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                                         YTD Thru October 2006

     Acct.   I          Account Title           I   Period    I   YTD       1   FY07 Bud    I   % YTD
     POLICEMENS PENSION FUND - 26
     --PROPERTY TAX--3 100
     3 122 EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTIONS                   110,624       860,005       1,027,821       83.67%

     ----INTEREST EARNINGS----3800
     38 1 1 LNTEREST ON INVESTMENTS                   2,454        14,067          12,000       117.23%
 '
     3813 MUTUAL FUND EARNINGS                        4,765        49,267        210,000        23.46%
     3818 T-BILL INTEREST                             7,238       155,692         191,500       81.30%




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WATER DISTRIBUTION 324               -                        105,95 1    637,829     819,302     77.85%   39,909     6 11,062     863,115     70.80%    (26,767)

WATER PRODUCTION 328             -                             61,152     583,715     859,155     67.94%   6 1,658    56 1,024     968,083     57.95%    (22,691)

    WATER DEPARTMENT 100                 -                    167,103    1,221,543   1,678,457    72.78%   101,566   1,172,086   1,831,198     64.01%    (49,458)

     WATER FUND     - 11                                      167,103    1,221,543   1,678,457    72.78%   101,566   1,172.086   1,831,198     64.01%    (49,458)




VILLAGE MANAGER'S OFFICE 204                     -             41,160     341,860     949,974     35.99%   41,489     394,006      966,570     40.76%    52,145

LEGAL SERVICES 208   -                                         28,649     160,872     218,040     73.78%   35,276     158,617      196,010     80.92%     (2,2551

COMMUNITY SERVICES - 212                                        3,000      47,574      84,850     56.07%   25,000      90,195      105,450     85.53%    42,621

BOARDS/CObXMISSIONS 216                  -                      1.735      22,137      73,850     29.98%      702      21,195       64,050     33.09%       (942)

    VILLAGE W A G E R ' S DEPT - 101                           74,544     572,444    1,326,714    43.15%   102,467    664,013    1,332,080     49.85%     91,569

    FINANCE DEPARTMENT - 1 0 2
           -
FMANCE ADMIN 220     -                                          8,058     352,790     558,698     63.14%    40,830    391,490      573,939     68.21%    38,701

SUPPORT SERVICES 222         -                                  6,976      80,630     134,200     60.08%    10,699     91,614      158,825     57.68%    10,983

LIABILITY INSURANCE 224              -                         14,182     145,425     240,600     60.44%    14,412    138,302      238,000     58.1 1%    (7,1241

    FINANCE DEPARTMENT 102                   -                 29,216     578,845     933,498     62.01%    65,941    621,406      970,764     64.01%     42,561

     PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 1 0 3                       -
IPUBLIC WORKS - ADMIN - 228                                    49,751     438,266     672,328     65.19%    48,577    454,979      708,030     64.26%     16,713    (
ISEWERS - 232                                                  64,674     492,479     792,311     62.16%    59,501    557,179    1,236,880     45.05%    64,699     1
FORESTRY 236    -                                              52,294     407,478     570,596     71.41%    66,826    431,663      690,603     62.51%    24,185

MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS - 240                                      26,342     148,596     267,395     55.57%    51,252    190.733      644,755     29.58%    42,137

PARKING 244 -                                                   4,506       35,089     47.500     73.87%     2,637     45,867       52,250     87.78%     10,777

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 248                        -              9,483       83,388     98,489     84.67%     8,953      70,392     105,415     66.78%    (12,996)

MUNICIPAL GARAGE 252         -                                 18,826      154,121    261,700     58.89%    26,422     170,232     289,790     58.74%     16,111

STREETS 256 -                                                 178,928     518,776    1,032.3 18   50.25%    56,858    65 1,978    1,185,933    54.98%    133,202

STREET LIGHTING 260      -                                     27,666       51,692      75,350    68.60%     6,073      36,916      75,700     48.77%    (14,776)

    PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT                          - 103    432,470    2,329,886   3,817,987    61.02% 327,099     2,609,939   4,989,356     52.31%    280,053

     PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT 1 0 4                      -
I POLICE SERVICES - 288                                       348,958    2,699,849   4,073,915    66.27%   389,966   3,143,054   4,641,225     67.72%    443,205    1
IFIRE SERVICES - 292                                          110,364      874,504   1,376.921    63.51%    98,218    860,557     1,445,465    59.53%    (13,94611

IPARAMEDIC SERVICES - 296                                      50,323      429,118    655,434     65.47%    53,644    444,093      691,345     64.24%     14,976        1
    PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT                         - 104    509,645    4,003,470   6,106,270    65.56% 541,828     4,447,704   6,778,035     65.62%    444,234

     GENERAL FUND        - 12                                1,045,875   7,484,645 12,184,469     61.43%1,037,336    8,343,062   14,070,235    59.30Yo   858,417



I    REFUSE REMOVAL DEPARTMENT - 1 0 5                                                                                                                                  I
1GARBAGE - 330                                                124,155      854,775   1,384,799    61.73%   126,575     892,949    1,508.531    59.19%     38,174        /
I   REFUSE REMOVAL DEPARTMENT                           - 10524,155        854,775   1,384,799    61.73%   126,575     892,949    1,508,531    59.19%     38,174

1    GARBAGE FUND        - 13                                 124,155      854,775   1,384,799    61.73% 126,575       892,949    1,508.53 1   59.19%     38,174        1

I    DEBT SERVICE DEPARTMENT - 106                                                                                                                                      I
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                                                                                                                                        Date: 11/08/2006
                                                 Village of Glencoe
                                                                                                                                         Time: 12:06PM
                                    Summary Expenditure Analysis thru October 2006

                                                                                                                                    $ From 06

12005 BOND - DEBT SERVICE - 3 4 0 1           0        113     21,000        0.54%          0    30,058         185,190    16.23%       29,945      1
IHOGARTH LANE - DEBT SERV - 3 4 2             0       592       7,784        7.61%          0       411           7,822    5.25%          (18211

1 1 9 9 3 BOND - DEBT SERVICE - 3 4 3         0          0           0                      0          0               0                      o1
1 1994 BOND - DEBT SERVICE - 3 4 5            0          0           0                      0          0               0                      o1
1 1 9 9 4 3 BOND - DEBT SERVICE - 3 4 6       0          0           0                      0          0               0                      0     l
11997 BOND - DEBT SERVICE - 3 4 9             0       300            0                      0          0               0                  (30011

1 1999 BOND - DEBT SERVICE - 3 5 0            0     82,300    164,600        50.00%         0     82,300        264,600    31.10%               01
I 1999SR DEBT SERVICE - 351                   0          0           0                      0          0               0                        01
] 1999IEPA DEBT SERVICE - 3 5 2               0          0           0                      0          0               0                        01
2001R93 DEBT SERVICE - 353                    0     43,960    712,920        6.17%          0     32,241        719,483    4.48%        (11,719)

2001R94E DEBT SERVICE - 3 5 4                 0     32,438   1,064,875       3.05%          0     13,688        757,375    1.81%        (18,750)

2001C DEBT SERVICE - 357                      0     18,956    152,911        12.40%         0     16,828        153,656    10.95%        (2,128)

2003 DEBT SERVICE - 358                       0     62,451     199,303       31.33%       300     61,645        427,690    14.41%          (806)

     DEBT SERVICE DEPARTMENT - 1 0 6          0    241,109   2,323,393       10.38%       300    237,170       2,515,816   9.43%         (3,939)

      DEBT SERVICE FUND    - 14               0    241,109   2,323,393       10.38%       300    237,170       2,515,816   9.43%         (3,939)




 2005 BOND CONSTRUCTION - 4 4 0 1         17,921   673,282   1,000,000       67.33%         0    472,395        350,000    134.97%     (200,886)

 HOGARTH LANE SSA - CONSTR - 4 4 2            0          0           0                      0          0               0                        0

    1999 BOND-CONSTRUCTION - 4 5 0            0          0           0                      0          0               0                        0

    DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENT - 4 5 2              0          0           0                      0          0               0                        0

     BOND CONSTRUCTION DEPT - 1 2 5       17,921   673,282   1,000,000       67.33%         0    472,395        350,000    134.97%     (200,886)

      BOND CONSTRUCTION FUND - 15         17,921   673,282   1,000,000       67.33%         0    472,395        350,000    134.97%     (200,886)



      MFT DEPARTMENT - 107
                    - 344
    MFT STREET MAINT.                          0         0     180,000       0.00%     158,805   295,842         325,000   91.03%      295,842

     MFT DEPARTMENT - 1 0 7                    0         0     180,000       0.00%     158,805   295,842         325,000   91.03%       295,842

      MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND - 1 6                0         0     180,000       0.00%     158,805   295,842         325,000   91.03%      295,842



I     CAPITAL RESERVE DEPT - 128                                                                                                                        I
ICAPITAL RESERVE FUND - 4 5 3                  0       600           0                       0         0               0                   (60011

     CAPITAL RESERVE DEPT - 1 2 8              0       600               0                   0             0           0                   (60011

I     CAPITAL RESERVE FUND        - 17         0       600               0                   0             0           0                   (60011



      91 1 SYSTEM DEPARTMENT - 19 1
    9 1 SYSTEM - 1 9 9
       1                                   3,138    76,367     331,200       23.06%        822    58,336         690,400   8.45%        (18,031)

     9 11 SYSTEM DEPARTMENT - 1 91         3,138    76,367     331,200       23.06%        822    58.336         690,400   8.45%        (18,031)

(     ENHANCED 911 SYSTEM FUND - 1 9       3.138    76,367     331,200        23.06%       822    58,336         690,400   8.45%        (18,031)l



      FIREFIGHTERS PENSION DEPT - 1 5 7
    FIREFIGHTERS PENSION DlV - 3 7 2       8,636    70,057     116,800       59.98%      8,735    71,776         108,252   66.30%         1,719


                                                                                                                                                            1   7
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    Report: S:\Finance\COGNOS\REPORTS\MONTHLYREPORTS\FY2007Q007Exp Two Year Summary.imr
                                                                                                                               Date: 11/08/2006
                                              Village of Glencoe
                                                                                                                                 Time: 12:06PM
                                 Summary Expenditure Analysis thru October 2006



    FIREFIGHTERS PENSION DEPT- 157          8,636    70,057   116,800    59.98%      8,735      71,776      108,252   66.30%     1,719

     FIREFIGHTERS PENSION FUND - 25         8,636    70,057   116,800    59.98%      8,735      71,776      108,252   66.30%     1,719



1    POLICEMENS PENSION DEPT        - 159                                                                                                I
IPOLICEMENS PENSION D N - 376            88,805     640.301   948,151    67.53%     92,518    700,990     1,041,666   67.30%    60,6891

    POLICEMENS PENSION DEPT - 159        88,805     640,301   948.15 1   67.53%     92,518    700,990     1,041,666   67.30%    60,689

      POLICEMENS PENSION FUND - 26       88,805     640,301   948,151    67.53%     92,518    700,990     1,041,666   67.30%    60,689

                                      1,455,635 11,262,678 20,147,269             1,526,656 12,244,606   22,441,098            981,927




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                                                                                              Date: 11/08/2006
                                      Village of Glencoe
                                                                                              Time: 12:04PM
                             FY2007 Expenditure Variance Report
                                  YTD Thru October 2006




              WATER DISTRIBUTION - 324




               I
         53 11 AUDITING SERVICES                     0    28,531      36,900     77.32%

          PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT- 103


               PUBLIC WORKS - ADMIN - 228


          6301 MISC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT             347    12,239       12,500    97.9 1%


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                                                                                                          Date: 11/08/2006
                                        Village of Glencoe
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                               FY2007 Expenditure Variance Report
                                     YTD Thru October 2006




              FORESTRY - 236




              I                                I              I             I                I
         PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT- 104


               POLICE SERVICES - 288


         4232 SPECIAL DETAIL OVERTIME               14,781         35,298         37,000         95.40%
         4246 PENSION COST - POLICE                1 10,624       860,005       1,027,82 1       83.67%
         5 122 RADIO EQUIPMENT MAINT.                  163         24,679         26,500         93.13%
          5343 PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES                    0         31,505          32,830        95.96%

               FIRE SERVICES - 292


          5631 IN SERVICE TRAINING                       0         16,184          19,112        84.68%

                                        GARBAGE FUND - 13




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                                                                                               Date: 11108/2006
                                      Village of Glencoe
                                                                                               Time: 12:04PM
                             FY2007 Expenditure Variance Report
                                  YTD Thru October 2006




                                  BOND CONSTRUCTION FUND - 15




                                 POLICEMENS PENSION FUND 26 -


               POLICEMENS PENSION DIV - 376


          53 12 FINANCIAL SERVICES               10,703   37,068       47,000    78.87%




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                                                                                                                  --
CASH DIVERSIFICATION REPORT
 - FUND ACCOUNTANT                                                                                                     PAGE NUMBER:    1
IATE: 11/08/06                                                   VILLAGE OF GLENCOE                                    STATMN71
?IME: 12:46:51                                            PRINT CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET

;ELECTION CRITERIA: genledgr.fund between "11" and "23" and genledgr.account between "1111" and "1199U
LCCOUNTING PERIOD: 8/07



                            ACCOUNT   - -   -   -   -   TITLE - - - -   -           DEBITS     CREDITS

                            1111     CASH-INTEREST BEARING
                            1112     CASH - PAYROLL
                            1114     CASH RESERVED FOR BONDS
                            112 1    PETTY CASH
                            1122     CASH - DRUG ABUSE PREV.
                            1126     UNAPPLIED UTILITY PYMNTS
                            1128     CASH 1994 BOND ISSUE
                            1134     CASH 1997 BOND ISSUE
                            1137     INTEREST - CAP RESERVE FD
                            1138     1999 BOND 4.OM
                            1139     CASH1999SRBONDS3.721.1
                            1140     CASH 1999IEPA BONDS 1.365
                            1143     CASH 2001R93 BONDS
                            1145     CASH 2001 R94E BONDS
                            TOTAL "CASH EQUIVALENTS

                            1155     NET UNREALIZED GAIN(MSS)                           .OO         .OO
                            TOTAL EQUITIES                                              .OO         .OO


                            1161     CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT
                            1162     CD ACCRUED INT
                            TOTAL CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT

                            TOTAL "INVESTMENTS                                   106,595.05         . 00


                                              ASSETS-----
                            TOTAL ------CURRENT                                9,445,088.32         .OO


                            1169     ILLINOIS FUNDS EPAY CASH                           .OO         .OO
                            TOTAL *INVESTMENTS                                          .OO         .OO


                            1171     ILLINOIS FUNDS CASH                         250,799.24
                            1177     IMET                               V        706,465.54
                            1191     OTHER INVESTMENTS                                  .OO
                            TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS INVESTMENT                       957.264.78


                            TOTAL *INVESTMENTS                                   957,264.78         .OO


                                              ASSETS-----
                            TOTAL ------CURRENT                                  957,264.78         .OO


                            TOTAL ASSETS                                      10,402,353.10         .OO


                            TOTAL REPORT                                      10,402,353.10         .OO




         RUN DATE 11/08/06 TIME 12:46:52                                                                   -   FUND ACCOUNTANT        23
Check Register
   (Village)
                                                                                                  Date: 11/08/2006
                                             Village of Glencoe
                                                                                                  Time: 1 l:35AM
                                          Summary Check Register


              Check Number   Check Date             Vendor Name              Transaction Amount




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                                           Summary Check Register


               Check Number   Check Date                Vendor Name                 Transaction Amount




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                                                                                                        Time: 11:35AM
                                          Summary Check Register


              Check Number   Check Date                Vendor Name              Transaction Amount
             77806           1111612006 STS CONSULTANTS LTD.                               1,305.00
             77578           10/20/2006                 N           A K
                                          HARRIS TRUST A D SAVINGS B N                     1,278.10
             177653          1111612006 CHARLES J. FIORE COMPANY, INC.                     1,260.001
             77676                       N        6
                             1111612006 D WELDING 8 FmRICATING, INC.                       1,242.23
             77716           1111612006 ILLINOIS COFFEE SERVICE, INC.                      1,191.13
             77582           10/20/2006   NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS                            1,189.08
             77569                                    N
                             1011612006 HARRIS TRUST A D SAVINGS BANK                      1,187.46
             77700           1111612006 GRAINGER PARTS                                     1,174.43
             77560           10115/2006 GLENN STEARNS, CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE                   1,165.50
             77599           1013112006 GLENN STEARNS, CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE                  1,165.50
             177768          1111612006 OLD DOMINION BRUSH CO                               1,152.701
             77585           10/27/2006 ATkT                                                1,137.68
             7780 1          11/16/2006        6
                                          SOIL 8 MATERIAL CONSULTANTS, INC.                 1,088.00
             778 13          1111612006 THOMPSON ELEVATOR INSPECTION SERV                   1,070.00
             77737           1111612006 LESTER'S MATERIAL SERVICE INC.                      1,046.11
             77789           1111612006 DEPOSIT REFUND VILLAGE                              1,000.00
             77797           1111612006 SHERIDAN AUTO PARTS                                  988.28
              77635          1111612006 AUTO TECH CENTERS, INC.                              963.30
             177658          1111612006 CINTAS CORPORATION                                   926.251
              777 12         1111612006 HYDRITE CHEMICAL COMPANY                             906.77
              77649          1111612006 CDW GOVERNMENT, INC.                                 894.32
              77695          1111612006 FOCAL COMM. CORP. OF IL.                             879.90
              7775 1         1111612006 DEPOSIT REFUND VILLAGE                               798.00
              7779 1                                6
                             1111612006 ROCCO FIORE 8 SONS INC.                              795.00
              77809          1111612006 TERMINAL SUPPLY COMPANY                              790.31
              77660                                          6
                             1111612006 COLORBLENDS SCHIPPER 8 CO. USA                       778.80
              77619          11/03/2006   METROPOLITAN WATER RECLAMATION DIST                758.35
              77562                      E
                             10115/2006 N W TRIER FEDERAL CREDIT UNION                       758.00
              7760 1                     E
                             1013112006 N W TRIER FEDERAL CREDIT UNION                       758.00
              77729          1111612006 JENNINGS CHEVROLET                                    744.75
              77663          1111612006 COMMONWEALTH EDISON                                   715.80
             177720          1111612006 INTERNATIONAL SIP LOCKSMITHS                          709.001
              77625          11/16/2006 ABT                                                   695.90
              77752          1111612006 MID AMERICAN WATER OF WAUCONDA INC                    646.00
              77783          11/ 1612006 PUMP TECHNOLOGY                                      643.47
              77697          11/16/2006    GALLS INCORPORATED                                 638.62
              77707          1111612006 HIGHLAND PARK FORD, INC.                              592.15
             177738          1111612006 LINDCO EQUIPMENT SALES, INC.                          574.611


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                                           Summary Check Register


              Check Number   Check Date                 Vendor Name            Transaction Amount
             77558           101 1512006 CREDIT UNION 1                                     550.00
             77598           10/31/2006 CREDIT UNION 1                                      550.00
             77832           111 1612006 ZEP MANUFACTURING COMPANY                          547.06
            177665           11/ 1612006 COMPUTER POWER SYSTEMS, INC.                       539.041
            (77592           10/27/2006    U.S. POSTMASTER (GLENCOE MEMO)                   528.801
             77715           1111612006 ILL DEP OF CENTRAL MANAGEMENT SERV                 309.001
             7776 1          111 1612006 MUTUAL TRUE VALUE HOME CENTER                      502.25
             77687           111 1612006 ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY GROUP INC.                    501.71
             77640           11116/2006    DEPOSIT REFUND VILLAGE                           500.00
             77673           11/ 1612006   DES PLAINES AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS                 500.00
             77698           111 1612006 DEPOSIT REFUND VILLAGE                             500.00
             (77701          1111612006    GREEN LEAF SPRINKLERS                            500.001
             177706          1111612006 DEPOSIT REFUND VILLAGE                              500.001
             77734           1111612006 L.W.R.G. TREE RECYCLING, INC.                       500.00
             77755           1 1/ 1612006 DEPOSIT REFUND VILLAGE                            500.00
             77815           1111612006    TURF INDUSTRIES, INC.                            500.00
             77825           1111612006 DEPOSIT REFUND VILLAGE                              500.00
             77718           11116/2006    ILLINOIS TACTICAL OFFICERS ASSOC                 480.00
             77749           111 1612006 MENONI 86 MOCOGNI, INC.                            467.77
             77682           1 1/ 1612006 ELGIN GRANITE WORKS                               456.00
             177579          10/20/2006    HARRIS TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK                    435.761
             7762 1          11/03/2006    NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS                            423.95
             77763           1 1/ 1612006 NIPSTA                                            410.00
             77628           11116/2006 ADS LLC                                             400.00
             7771 1          11/ 1612006 HP PRODUCTS CORPORATION                            398.88
             7782 1          1111612006 VERMEER MIDWESTIVERMEER - IL                        387.15
             77794           1 1/ 1612006 SAFETY KLEEN CORP                                 376.50
             177764          1111612006 NORTH EAST MULTI-REGIONAL TRAINING                  365.001
             77596           1013 112006 AFSCME COUNCIL 3 1                                 315.21
             77692           111 1612006 FILTER SERVICES ILLINOIS                           3 12.00
             77581           10/20/2006 IRMA INTERGOVRNMTL RISK MGMT AGENCY                 310.05
             77642           1 1/ 1612006 BURKE TELECOM GROUP INC                           303.77
             77725           111 1612006 J P MORGAN CHASE BANK                              300.00
             77556           1011512006 AFSCME COUNCIL 3 1                                  298.62
             177685          1 1/ 1612006 ENGLEWOOD ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.                     284.251
             77705           1 1/ 1612006 HASTINGS AIR-ENERGY CONTROL                        279.39
             77750           111 1612006 METRO ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRACTING INC                 275.00
             77828           111 1612006 WHOLESALE DIRECT INC.                               273.99


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                                                 Summary Check Register

                                                              -

              ~ h e c k N u m b e r Check Date                    Vendor Name            Transaction Amount
             77819                1 1 1 1612006 UTECH ENVIRONMENTAL MFG. SUP. INC.                    257.34
             77745                1 1 / 1612006 MAREK 8s ASSOCIATES                                   250.44
             177674               1 1 1 1612006 DILLON TIRE RECYCLING DMSION                          240.001
                              -

             77727                111 1612006 J.G. UNIFORMS, INC.                                     232.00
             77800                1 1 1 1612006 SMITH ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS, INC.                        229.16
             77765                1 1 1 1612006 NORTH SHORE AUTO PARTS, INC.                              .6
                                                                                                      22 1 4
             776 14               1 1 /03/2006 DOUGHERTY, GALE                                        22 1.42
             77620                1 1/03/2006 NCPERS GROUP LIFE INS. (IMRF)                           2 18.00
             77593                10/27/2006 VOSS EQUIPMENT INC                                       2 12.05
             77686                1 1 1 1612006 ENH OMEGA                                             2 10.00
             77576                10/20/2006 COSTCO WHOLESALE                                         204.97
             177678               1 1 1 1612006 DOUGLAS TRUCK PARTS, INC.                             201.811
                                                                                           -

             77731                1 1 1 1612006 JULIE, INC.                                           199.60
             77588                10/27/2006 ILLINOIS STATE TREASURER                                 196.97
             77778                1 1 / 1612006 PIONEER PRESS                                         188.25
             77704                1 1 1 1612006 HASLER FINANCIAL SERVICES LLC                         184.56
             77652                1 1 1 1612006 CERTIFIED LABORATORIES                                174.79
             77823                111 1612006 VOSS EQUIPMENT INC                                      173.55
             77659                1 1 1 1612006 CLIMATE SERVICE, INC                                  171.00
             177721               1 1 1 1612006 INTERSTATE BAlTERY OF NORTHERN ILL                    169.851
                                                                                                              -

              77776               111 1612006 PEOPLES ENERGY - NORTH SHORE GAS                        167.65
              77608               1 1/03/2006 AFLAC (FEE)                                             165.00
              77742               111 1612006 LUND INDUSTRIES INC.                                    162.95
              77645               1 1 1 1612006 CANON BUSINESS SOLUTIONS                              159.25
              77561               101 1512006 HARRIS BANKIGLENCOE - EE BONDS                           150.00
              77600               10/31/2006 HARRIS BANKIGLENCOE - EE BONDS                            150.00
              778 12              1 1 1 1612006 THE SAINT FRANCIS GROUP                                150.00
             177609               1 1/03/2006 AMERICAN MESSAGING                                       148.611
                                                                                     -                     -
              77557               101 1512006 CA STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT                               140.63
              77597               1013 112006 CA STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT                               140.63
              77713               111 1612006 IDEXX DISTRIBUTION CORP.                                 140.33
              77743               111 1612006 MAILWATCH                                                135.00
              77807               1 1 / 1612006 SUBURBAN ELEVATOR COMPANY                              135.00
             177798               1 1 1 1612006 SKOKIE VALLEY IDM                                      130.001
             177559               101 1512006 FUNDAMENTAL CARE DEPOSITORY                              129.161
                                                                                                     -

              77611               11/03/2006 BORAIKO, KARYN                                            123.72
              7769 1              1 1 1 1612006 FERRARO GARDEN SPOT, INC                               123.46
              77803               1 1 / 1612006 STANDARD EQUIPMENT CO                                  122.14


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                                                                                                        Time: 1l:35AM
                                          Summary Check Register


              Check Number   Check Date                Vendor Name              Transaction Amount
             77574           10/20/2006   AMERICAN MESSAGING                                 115.72
             77710           11116/2006 HOME DEPOT                                           114.28
             177784          1111612006 R H DONNELLEY SBC YELLOW PAGES                       108.001
             77805           1111612006 STREICHER'S POLICE EQUIPMENT                         107.75
             77667           1111612006 CRAFTWOOD LUMBER C O M P A ~                         102.20
             77580           10/20/2006   ILL HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY                  100.00
             77732                       A A
                             1111612006 K M N INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES                         99.43
             77587           10/27/2006   COMCAST                                             95.00
             77683           1111612006 WILLIAM EMBRY                                         95.00
             177724          1111612006 IRON AGE CORPORATION                                  93.991
             77639                            O
                             1111612006 BLUE B Y                                              93.50
             77694           1111612006 FLOWER SHOP IN GLENCOE, LTD                           90.50
             77733           1111612006 KENNETH J PACZOSA                                     83.50
             77567                                    N           A K
                             1011612006 HARRIS TRUST A D SAVINGS B N                          83.08
             77684           1111612006 EMEDCO                                                79.75
             77717                                A
                             1111612006 ILLINOIS L W ENFORCEMENT                              78.00
             77626           11/ 1612006 A DYNA-TITE CORPORATION
                                          C                                                   77.18
             77590           10/27/2006   REFUND VILLAGE                                      75.0C
             77830           11116/2006 WILMETTE TRUCK & BUS SALES & SERVCE                   73.00
             778 18          11/16/2006   UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS                              70.36
             77589           10/27/2006   lRMA INTERGOVRNMTL RISK MGMT AGENCY                 70.00
             778 17          1111612006 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE                                 66.57
             77722           1111612006 INTL. ASSOC. FOR IDENTIFICATION                       60.00
             77568                                    N           A K
                             1011612006 HARRIS TRUST A D SAVINGS B N                          57.94
             77629           1111612006 AEREX PEST CONTROL                                    55.00
             77583           10/27/2006   AARON L ANDERSON                                    50.00
             77618           11/03/2006   MAURO ALBIZURES                                      50.00
             77622           11/03/2006   ROBERT LITWITZ                                      50.00
             77647           1111612006 CARQUEST AUTO PARTS                                    48.6 1
             77594           10/31/2006   AFLAC                                                47.74
             77654           1111612006 CHARTERHOUSE PUBLISHING CO.                            46.10
             177677          1111612006 DOLTON FlRE EQUIPMENT SALES INC                        42.601
             77638           11116/2006                  N
                                          BESS HARDWARE A D SPORTS                             39.71
             7757 1          10/16/2006 JESSICA FRANCES                                        38.20
             77773           1111612006 PAYLINE WEST, INC.                                     37.00
              77719          1 111612006 [MPACT NETWORKING LLC                                 35.29
              77624          1111612006 AUTOMOTIVE INDEX, INC.                                 35.05
             177672          1111612006 DEBORAH L FOSTER                                       34.431


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                                        REPORTS\FY2007\2007 Summary Check Registerimr
                                                                                                         Date: 11/08/2006
                                              Village of Glencoe
                                                   -                                                      Time: 1 l:35AM
                                           Summary Check Register


               Check Number   Check Date                 Vendor Name              Transaction Amount
              77757           1 1 1 1612006 MICHAEL MORAN                                        30.00
              77774           1 1 1 1612006 PDC LABORATORIES, INC                                30.00
              77723           1 1 1 1612006 ILL PUBLIC EMPL LABOR RELATIONS ASS                  25.00
              77623           11/03/2006 VINCENT WALKER                                          24.97
              77758           1 1/ 1612006 MOTION INDUSTRIES, INC.                               24.46
              77643           1 1 / 1612006 BURRIS EQUIPMENT COMPANY                             20.05
              77655           1 1/ 1612006 CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL TRUCK                           17.29
              77781           1 1 1 1612006 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION, INC                            11.20
              77584           10/27/2006 AMERICAN MESSAGING                                       9.30
              77827           1 1 1 1612006 WEST SIDE TRACTOR SALES                               6.21
              77612           11/03/2006 REFUND VILLAGE                                           5.00
              77785           1 11 16/2006 RADIANT COMMUNICATIONS                                 5.00
              77610           11/03/2006 BARNETT, ROBERT                                          0.00
              77615           1 1/03/2006 FORMAN, MARC                                            0.00
              77616           1 1 /03/2006 GILLMAN BUILDERS, INC                                  0.00
              77051           09/2112006 CAMPBELL PET COMPANY                                  -102.65
                 TOTAL VILLAGE OF GLENCOE CHECK REGISTER                                     749,284.06




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                        VILLAGE OF GLENCOE         -
MEMORANDUM

TO:         Paul M. Harlow, Village Manager

FROM:       David A. Clark, Director of Finance

DATE:       November 9, 2006

SUBJECT: October 2006 Golf Club Monthly Report

October 2006 represents the eighth accounting period of Fiscal Year
2007, and activity for the month is summarized as follows:

Operating Summary
During October 2006 the Club experienced a n operating deficit of
$62,681. The monthly budget anticipated a deficit of $8,329. A s a
comparison, the Club operated a t a deficit of $52,011 during October
2005.

Year to date (YTD) the Club experienced a n operating excess of $336,588.
The YTD budget anticipated a n excess of $408,813. A s a comparison,
the Club was operating with an excess of $288,603 YTD last year. The
total budget projects a n ending operating gain a t the end of the fiscal
year of $159,383. In addition to meeting budget for the remaining
months of the fiscal year, the Golf Club needs to make u p $72,225 in
order to meet budget expectations.

Income - All Sources
Total operating income was $45,561 less than the monthly budget for
October. The budget included $95,534 in revenue, and October activity
accounted for $49,973 in revenue.

YTD operating income is $22,458 less than the YTD budget. The YTD
budget includes $1,4 18,926 in operating revenue, and YTD activity as
accounted for $1,396,468 in operating revenue.

Expense
Operating expenses were $8,791 greater than the October budget. The
October budget included expenditures of $103,863, while actual
expenditure totaled $1 12,654.

YTD operating expense is $49,767 greater than the YTD budget. The
YTD Budget includes $1,0 10,113 in operating expense, and YTD activity
as accounted for $1,059,880 in operating expense.
Payroll Summary Report
Payroll in October 2006 was $3,275.51, or 4.98% less than in October
2005. Full time salaries were down $6,995.52, while seasonal salaries
were up $5,934.09 from the prior October.

During October, the dollars of revenue for each payroll dollar spent
decreased $0.68 from $1.48 per dollar of payroll in 2005 to $0.80 per
dollar of payroll in 2006.

The dollars of revenue per dollar of operating expense decreased $0.21
from $0.65 per dollar of operating expense to $0.44 per dollar of
operating expense.

Variance Activity Report
The report lists all revenue and expenditure items with a period budget
greater than $500 where period receipts were either less than or equal to
95% of the period budget or greater than or equal to 105% of the period
budget.

Other Data
      Check Register - Disbursements totaling $23,594.85 in October
      2006.

      Cash on Hand - Cash as of October 31, 2006 was $340,575.99
      down from $394,475.42 on hand a t the end of September 2006

      Deferred Revenue - A s of the end of October 2006, deferred
      revenue remaining to be recognized a s revenue was $407.00 a s
      compared to $1,531.64 at the end of the prior month.

      Inventory - Pro shop inventory is valued at $17,193.82 on a cost
      basis a s compared to $2 1,388.10 at the end of August 2006. Food
      and Beverage Inventory is valued at $7,282.53 on a cost basis a s
      compared to $7,823.54 at the end of August 2006. Inventory is
      expensed at time item is sold. Inventory is being evaluated a s of
      the end of the Fiscal Year and there may be adjustments.

      Rain checks outstanding at the end of the month amounted to
      $14,310.56 in value compared to $14,540.40 at the end of
      September 2006.

      Gift certificates outstanding at the end of the month amounted to
      $2,116.12 in value compared to $2,444.09 at the end of September
      2006.
OPERATING SUMMARIES
                                       Glencoe Golf Club
                              Operating Summary for October 2006

                                                       Period Activity
                                                                   $ of         $ of
                              Oct 05     Oct 06    Oct Bud Last Year      Mo. Budqet   Total Bud
Income - All Sources
    Food                      7,347      3,544      8,171      (3,803)       (4,627)     112,000
    Play                     71,334     38,022     71,946     (33,312)      (33,924)   1,221,050
    Shop                      3,667      1,755      3,500      (1,912)       (1,745)      43,800
    Unalloc.                 14,702      6,652     11,917      (8,050)       (5,265)      99,100
    Total                    97,050     49,973     95,534     (47,077)      (45,561)   1,475,950

Expense - Operating
   Food                        9,468    10,582     10,044       1,114           538      111,000
   Play                      129,590    92,418     86,950     (37,172)        5,468    1,087,322
   Shop                        2,750     2,448      2,533        (302)          (85)      27,225
   Unalloc.
   Total

Operating Excess (Deficit)   (52,011)   (62,681)    (8,329)   (10,670)                  159,383

Expense - Non Operating
   Capital                    14,316                          (14,316)                   36,081
   Debt                                     -                                   -        48,000
   Cart Lease
   Total

    Interest                   1,072      1,904       961         832           943       5,500

Excess (Deficit)             (79,571)   (61,272)   (11,18)
                                                       I       18,299                    50,802
                                                             Glencoe Golf Club
                                                     Operating Summary - Year-to-Date

                             1                               Year-to-Date Activity
                                                                              $ of    $ of
                                    YTD 05        Y r D 06    YTD Bud Last Year YTD Budqet        Total Bud
Income - All Sources
    Food                           100,538       136,795       111,822   36,257      24,973         112,000
    Play                         1, I 40,430   1, I 49,844   1,200,367    9,414     (50,523)      1,221,050
    Shop                              47,733        42,674      42,318   (5,059)        356          43,800
    Unalloc.                          70,155        67,155      64,419   (3,000)      2,736          99,100
    Total                        1,358,856     1,396,468     1,418,926   37,612     (22,458)      1,475,950

Expense - Operating
   Food                            104,562       135,326       105,252    30,764        30,074      111,000
   Play                            869,461       834,887       817,085   (34,574)       17,802    1,087,322
   Shop                             30,312        28,949        26,142    (1,363)        2,807       27,225
   Unalloc.                         65,918        60,718        61,634    (5,200)         (916)      9 1,020
   Total                         1,070,253     1,059,880     1,010,113   (10,373)       49,767    1,316,567

Operating Excess (Deficit)         288,603       336,588      408,813    47,985     (72,225)       159,383

Expense - Non Operatinq
   Capital                          35,152        40,286       36,081     5,134          4,205      36,081
   Debt                                                            -                                48,000
   Cart Lease                       35,122        26,751       22,500     (8,371)        4,251      30,000
   Total                            70,274        67,037       58,581     (3,237)        8,456     114,081

    Interest

Excess (Deficit)
PAYROLL SUMMARY
                                                                       Glencoe Golf Club
                                                                      Payroll Cost Summary
                                                                         October 2006


Payroll Surnmarv (October 2006)
                                  2005                             2006                              $ Change
                   Reqular     Seasonal    Overtime Reqular     Seasonal    Overtime Reqular      Seasonal Overtime
l~dministration       6,554.42                                                     -   (6,554.42)
 Food                             5,643.93     837.54              7,778.38   1,12.26
                                                                                 I           -      2,134.45      274.72
 Building & Grounds 12,262.21    17,406.64   4,852.99 12,612.99   22,154.20   2,357.82    350.78    4,747.56   (2,495.17)
 Play                 4,559.02   12,955.02     677.63  3,767.14   12,007.10     684.00   (791.88)    (947.92)       6.37
 Total               23,375.65   36,005.59   6,368.16 16,380.13   41,939.68   4,154.08 (6,995.52)   5,934.09   (2,214.08)
 % Change                                                                                 -29.9%       16.5%      -34.8%
 Grand Total                                65,749.40                        62,473.89                         (3,275.51)
 % Increase                                                                                                       -4.98%



Pavroll 10/15/2006
                                   2005                            2006                                                             $ Chan e
                   Reqular      Seasonal    Overtime Reqular    Seasonal    Overtime
Administration        3,277.21                                                                                        (3,277.21)
Food                               3,175.10     563.60             4,192.38     627.00                                                              63.40
Building & Grounds    6,131 .I0    8,223.28   1,775.67 6,306.50   11,687.80   1,002.81                                   175.40     3,464.52      (772.86)
Play                  2,279.51     6.940.95     435.75 1,883.57    5,968.71     470.25
Total                11,687.82    18,339.33   2,775.02 8,190.07   21,848.89   2,100.06
% Change
Grand Total                                  32,802.17                       32,139.02
% lncrease


 Pavroll 10/31/2006
                                         2005                                                 2006                                  $ Change
                           Reqular    Seasonal             Overtime         Reqular        Seasonal       Overtime    Reqular     Seasonal Overtime
(Administration

lE:ing   & Grounds    11
                             3,277.21

                                     11
                             6.131:l I    :         : 11    3          11    63049    11      3,586.00
                                                                                             10,466.40
                                                                                                      I l , ~ -~ ~1 : E ~ I :::::::: ::,I
                                                                                                                       (3,277.21)

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1play                        2,279.51      6.014.07           241.88         1,883.57         6,038.391      213.75      (395.94)      24.32       (28.1 3)
 Total                1     11,687.831    17.666.261        3.593.141        8,190.061       20,090.791    2,054.02    (3,497.77)   2,424.53    (1,539.12)
 % Change                                                                                                                 -29.9%       13.7%       -42.8%
 Grand Total                                               32,947.23                                      30.334.87                             (2.612.36)
 % Increase                                                                                                                                        -7.93%



 Revenues (During September)
                                                    $ Rev To                                           $ Rev To
                                               2005 Pay Ratio                                     2006 Pav Ratio
 Charges for Service                      71,223.00                                          37,992.00
 Food & Beverage                           7,347.00                                           3.544.00
 Merchandise Sales                         3,666.00                                           1,755.00
 Other Revenue
  Total


                                                      $ Rev 2 Op                                       $ Rev 2 Op
                                                 2005 Exp Ratio                                   2006 Exp Ratio
 Total opera tin^ Expense                     149,061       0.65                               112,654       0.44




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PLAY SUMMARY
                                                                           GLENCOE GOLF CLUB
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               Twilight (9)                                                        $           20.00                                             30                                 269       447
               Junior ( 18)                                                        $           16.00                         2                   15                                 560       369
               Senior Prime (9)                                                    $           16.00                         8                   32                                 168       54 1
               Senior Twilight                                                     $           16.00                                                                                -         332
               Junior (9)                                                          $           14.00                                              16                                           136
               Pre Paid                                                            $                                        140                   15                      9                   419
               Complimentary                                                       $                                         32                   50                    130                   740
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                  Twilight                                                         $    30.00                              727                   257                        2,175            1,464
                  Super Twilight                                                   $           20.00                                               6                          646            1,322
                  Prime (18)
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Category                                                      2006                                 October                   October               YTD                                   YTD
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Total Half Days Open*                                                                                           57                   44
Total Potential Rounds Open (216 per day)*                                                                 6,156                 4,752             53,168                                52,240
Precipitation (Inches)                                                                                       1.39                 5.16
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         *Reduction in potential rounds is due to the course opening 1 hour later and closing 1 hour earlier.
VARIANCE SUMMARY
                                              Glencoe Golf Club
                                       Monthly Revenue Variance Detail
activity
                                                    Period Activity
sub-? sub?-title
key      acct    title                OCT05 ACT      OCT06 ACT        OCT06 BUD                    Variance Note


FOOD                                       7,347             3,544        8,171




60     3786 FOOD & BEVERAGE SALES          7,347             3,544         8,171   Decrease in sales due to rain.




INTEREST                                   1,072             1.904          961




60     3811 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS         1,072            1,904          961    Cash on hand and improved rates from last year.




PLAY                                      71,223            37,992        71,836

3600     --CHARGES FOR SERVICES--          71,223           37,992        71,836

60     3770 DEBIT CARD PASSES               1,000            2.544         1,000   Monthly budget assumed % of yr completed allocation
                                                                                   versus % of membership used.(2) During October.
                                                                                   $2.379 was used for merchandise.

60     3772 GREEN FEES -WEEK DAYS          18,507           10,077        19,353   Rounds are down due to the weather.



60     3773 GREEN FEES -WEEKENDS                            19,280        30.156   Rounds are down due to the weather.



60     3777 GOLF CART FEES                 15,944            3,711        15,941   Carts were not allowed on the course for 15 days due
                                                                                   to heavy rain.


60     3778 GOLF CART RENTAL                  816            1,346           744   Increase is due to the electric carts not being available
                                                                                   for use due to the heavy rain.


60     3782 PRACTICE RANGE REVENUES         3,208            1,034         4,641   Less than budget anticipated and down from prior year.




SHOP                                        2,805            1,133         2,684




60     3789 GOLF BALLS                                                     1,140   Based on demand.



60     3790 ACCESSORIES                                                      841   Due to discounts on inventory and based on demand.



       3792 CLOTHING                                                         703   Subject to demand.


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 UNALLOC.                                   8,202               -69        5,417



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                                     Glencoe Golf Club
                                      Revenue Variance Detail
                              Mor~tlrly
activity
                                          Period Activity
sub-I    subl-title
key      acct       title    OCT05 ACT     OCTO6 ACT        OCTO6 BUD                   Variance Note


3830     --OTHER REVENUES-

60     3891 SUNDRY                8,202              -69        5,417   Less than budget anticipated.




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                                            Glencoe Golf Club
                                    Monthly Expenditure Variance Detail
activity
                                                  Period Activity                                 Variance Note
sub-I subl-title
key      acct    title              OCT05 ACT      OCTO6 ACT         OCT06 BUD


FOOD                                     8,112             8,345         8,727




386 4221 SALARIES - TEMPORARY            5,644             7,778         6,334 Based on the timing of payroll and staffing levels.




386 6524 SHOP SUPPLIES                   2,468               567          2,394 Based on needs and bill timing.




LEASE                                        0               495          3,750

7000    =======DEBT SERVICE======            0               495          3,750

388 7401 LEASE PAYMENT                       0               495          3.750 Billing cycle.




PLAY                                    60,250            53,934         53,052




385 421 1 SALARIES - REGULAR             6,554                   0        7,044 Due to rain days, the need for staff was decreased.



387 4221 SALARIES - TEMPORARY            17,407           22,154         17,420 Mechanic paid out of temporary account on an ongoing
                                                                                basis. Increased # of grounds workers.


387 4231 OVERTIME                                                                                         udget due to maintenance staff



385 4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                                                        Based upon coverage elected.



387 4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                                                        Based on coverage elected.



388 4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                                                        Based on coverage elected.



387 4611 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.                                           1,894 Mechanic paid out of temporary account on an ongoing
                                                                                basis and additional grounds workers.


388 461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.                                                  Based on staffing levels.



 385 4621 ILL MUNI. RET. FUND                                                     Based on staffing levels.




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                                             Glencoe Golf Club
                                     Monthly Expenditure Variance Detail
activity
                                                   Period Activity                                    Variance Note
sub-I    subl-title
key      acct       title            OCT05 ACT      OCT06 ACT         OCT06 BUD




387 51 11 BUILDING MAINTENANCE            9.635                 0         2,764 Less than budget anticipated.



387 51 14 MUNICIPAL BLDG REPAIR               0             4,351           750 Based on need.
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387 5129 GENERAL EQUIPMENT RIM              815             1,376           814 Greater than budget anticipated.



                                                                                                                               -

388 5498 CREDIT CARD FEES                                                  2,164 Greater than budget anticipated.



385 5521 TELECOMIINTERNET SERV.                                            1,041 Billing cycle of Nextell charges. Less than budget
                                                                                 anticipated.


387 5777 GAS                                                               4,206 Less than budget anticipated.



387 5999 MlSC CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         1,567 l ~ r e a t ethan budget anticipated.
                                                                                              r




387 6551 VEHICLE OPERATING EXPENSE            0             1,904          1,200 Fuel restocking.



388 6951 PLAYILOCKER ROOM SUPPLIES          407                   0          543 Less than budget anticipated.



387 6952 SOIUSAND                          1,325            3,589                      reater than budget anticipated.



387 6953 CHEMICALSISEEDIFERTILIZER         1,045              600            888 Less than budget anticipated.



387 6954 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES              1.279            1,004            723 Greater than budget anticipated.




 SHOP                                     1,639              1,086         1,305




 389 6515 GOLF BALLS                        922               629            674 Cost basis of golf balls sold.



 389 6516 ACCESSORIES                       717               458            632 Cost basis of accessories sold.




 UNALLOC.                                  2,182             2,206         2,329                                                      15
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                                           Glencoe Golf Club
                                   Monthly Expenditure Variance Detail
activity
                                                Period Activity                               Variance Note
sub-I subl-title
key      acct    title             OCT05 ACT     OCT06 ACT        OCT06 BUD




385 5912 PUBLIC LIABILITY INSUR.        2,182           2,206         2,329 Cost less than budget anticipated.




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SUMMARY CHECK REGISTER
                                                                                                   Date: 11/09/2006
                                          Glencoe Golf Club
                                                                                                    Time: 1l:52AM
                                        Summary Check Register


           Check Number   Check Date             Vendor Name              Transaction Amount
          77690           11/ 1612006 FAULKS BROS. CONSTRUCTION, INC.                 3,588.8
          177793          1111612006 S.R. MCGUIRE BUILDERS                           2,650.00(
          177666          11/ 1612006 CONSERV F S                                     1,904.26(
                                                                                          -

          77829           1111612006 WILD GOOSECHASE, INC                             1,890.0C
          77664           1111612006 COMMONWEALTH EDISON                              1,767.36
          77636           11/ 1612006 BEINS ELECTRIC COMPANY                          1,571.77
          77735           11/ 1612006 LECHNER AND SONS                                1,563.58
          177775          11/ 1612006 PEOPLES ENERGY                                   851.3q
          177787          1111612006 RED'S GARDEN CENTER INC                           830.44
          77668           11/ 1612006 CRONIN COMMUNICATIONS, INC.                      825.0C
           77650          11/16/2006 CELIA DE LA GARZA                                 600.00
           77782          11/16/2006 PROSOURCE ONE                                     600.00
           776 13         11/03/2006 REFUND VILLAGE                                    575.00
           77760          1111612006 MUTUAL TRUE VALUE HOME CENTER                     516.57
           77810          11/ 1612006 TEXTRON FINANCIAL CORP                           495.3
          177816          11/ 1612006 TURF PROFESSIONALS EQUIPMENT CO.                 436.011
           77766          1111612006 NORTH SHORE AUTO PARTS, INC.                      401.21
           77586          10/27/2006 CALL ONE                                          374.57
           77644          11/ 1612006 BURRIS EQUIPMENT COMPANY                         329.1 1
           77769          11/ 1612006 OLD DUTCH SAND COMPANY, INC.                     298.19
           77740          11/ 1612006 LOGSDON OFFICE SUPPLY                            234.30
           77570          1011612006 ILLINOIS TURFGRASS FOUNDATION                     210.00
           7764 1         11/ 1612006 BTSI                                             210.0C
           77648          11/ 1612006 CASTLEROCK SANITATION                             140.00
          77814           11/ 1612006 TURF EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS ASSOC.                 130.001
           77565          1011612006 COMCAST                                            120.89
           77681          1111612006 E-Z-GO DlVISION OF TEXTRON                         105.00
           77709          11/ 1612006 HOME DEPOT                                        104.71
           77833          1111612006 ZEP MANUFACTUMNG COMPANY                           100.14
           7777 1         11/ 1612006 ONCE UPON A BAGEL                                  62.10
           77792          1111612006 ROSE PEST SOLUTIONS                                 38.00
           77767          11/16/2006 NORTHERN TOOL & EQUIPMENT CO.                       24.99
           77772          1111612006 PARKWAY DRUGS                                       23.05
           7759 1         10/27/2006 STA-KLEEN, INC. FILTER DMSION                       23.0C
              TOTAL VILLAGE OF GLENCOE CHECK REGISTER                                23,594.85




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TO:
                        *         Glencoe
                                        Golf Club
                Paul Harlow, Village Manager

FROM:           Terry E. Miskowicz, Interim Golf Club Manager

DATE:           November 10,2006

RE:             October 2006 Monthly Report

October was a very cold and wet month. The golf course was closed 9 full days. Carts
were not out an additional 15 days.

GROUNDS

Subject: Projects completed for the months of October, November.

      1. sod bare spots in the fairways.
      2. Aerate and top dress Tees.
      3. Remove wind damaged trees.
      4. Finish painting the inside of the outdoor washroom.
      5. Spray Roundup around the cart paths.
      6. Restore sand traps after heavy rainfall.
      7. Blow and mulch leaves.
      8. Restore cart paths after heavy rainfalls.
      9. Chip branches.
      10. Rope off wet area for EZIGo carts.
      1 1. Top dress Greens.
      12. Organize outdoor equipment storage area.
      13. Strip flowerbeds.
      14. Prep porch on the Clubhouse for indoor seating.
      15. General building maintenance.
      16. Repair grub damage on Fairways and Rough.
      17. Dismantle 1othTee tent and furniture for the season.
      18. Sod parking lot.
      19. Remove five water aerators from the lakes.
      20. Bring in the drinking fountains for the season.
      2 1. Clean the gutters on all Golf course buildings.
      22. Winterize the pump house and the chemical storage building.
      23. Grind several stumps.
      24. Repair and maintain all equipment.
25. Bring in pull carts from the parking lot for the Pro Shop
26. Winterize outdoor washrooms and close for the season.
27. Blow out the fresh water system.
28. Blow out the lake fill valve.
29. Blow out the irrigation system.
30. Prune the rose beds.
3 1. Spray Greens.
32. Set up the Clubhouse for Green To Tee.

The rains of September continued into the month of October with an amount of seven
inches recorded including the first measurable snow fall this season. This amount of
rain has unfortunately has kept the electric carts off the course and put us behind on
some of our projects this fall. At this time we still need to sod some areas in the
fairways that were prepped early last month.

The Village has lent us their stump grinder and we are currently trying to remove all
the stumps we can before they will need it back. This will require us to backfill all
the holes left after the stumps have been removed and eventually sod the bare spot.

Our crew set up the Clubhouse so that Green To Tee Golf Academy could move in on
the first of November and closed down the driving range for the season.

We are currently in the process of closing the outdoor buildings for the season and
preparing them for the winter. All of our water systems are shut down for the year
and set fort the winter season.

At this time we have four short-term employees left with us and three full-time
employees. Our most demanding job at this time of year is trying to keep up with the
leaf removal on the course and maintaining good playing conditions for our golfers.

PRO SHOP AND CLUBHOUSE

Fall rates and times were put into effect to gain rounds.

The restaurant was not open very much due to bad weather.

The pro shop was busy getting inventory down. Merchandise was being ordered for
next year. Things were pretty slow because of the bad weather.

GREEN TO TEE

Green to Tee was getting ready to move into the Clubhouse as of November lSt.

DRIVING RANGE

The range was being prepared to close for the season as of November lSt.
                                          VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
                                           GLENCOE, ILLINOIS


                                             November 1,2006




To:     Paul M. Harlow, Village Manager

From: David C. Mau, Director of Public Works

        The following is the Public Works Department monthly report summary for the month of October
2006.

        Capital Improvements. The 2006 Resurfacing Program was completed in September pending final
punch list. Johnson Paving of Arlington Heights completed resurfacing on Estate Drive, Hillcrest Drive,
Brentwood Lane, Franklin Road, Forest Avenue, Oak Terrace, Walden Drive, Crescent Drive, and Elder
Court. The project was completed with minimal disturbance to traffic and generally positive resident response.

Staff is in the planning process for a sanitary sewer rehabilitation program. This project will mainly consist
of sanitary sewer main lining taking advantage of trench-less technology. This project'will be scheduled for
early 2007 in the FY 2008 budget.

        BuildindConstruction Permits. Fourteen building permits with an estimated value of $2,480,440
 were issued in October 2006, compared to 12 building permits with an estimated value of $4,750,522 issued
in October 2005, and 14 building permits with a value of $6,154,282 in October 2004. In addition, 16
construction permits were issued in October 2006 with a total value of $980,200 compared to 13 permits
issued in October 2005 with a value of $760,500 permits issued in October 2004with a value of $426,900.

       Water. Pumpage in October 2006 was 38,420,000 gallons down from 56,490,000 gallons in October
2005 and down from 49,465,000 gallons in October 2004.

       Production. Annual cleaning and inspection of the east basin was completed this month. Other work
included rebuilding a hypo transfer pump and regular preventative maintenance.

        Distribution. In the month of October the Water Distribution crew completed repairs on four broken
water mains, four service leaks and made seven new service connections. Other activities included the
completion of the sediment removal from Franklin and Longwood lift stations. These deep manhole structures
are cleaned biannually by an outside contractor.

      Refuse/Recvclin~.Refuse taken to the Wheeling Township Transfer Station (WTTS) in October 2006
was 387 tons.
Other Items.

      The Village received nearly 3-inches of rainfall on October 2 causing significant flooding to
      private property. Public Works crews continue aggressive follow-up maintenance and
      investigation efforts to locate problems in the local storm and sanitary sewer system.




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                                    Dir tor of Public Works
Contractor: Lemy Hoffinan Excavator
Water Main Material

Miscellaneous




Contractor: Boulder Contractors
Engineer: Engineering Resource Assoc.




Contract: 2006
Thermo-p lastic                               locations
Pavement Marking

Contractor: Superior Road Striping
Engineer: Staff
Inspections: Staff



Contract: 2006 Crack Sealing Program           Various     $10,000                     $7,420   100%   Work completed.
                                              locations
Contractor: Freehill Asphalt Inc.
Engineer: Staff
Inspections: Staff



Contract: Sidewalk Replacement          South of Adams     $100,000                  $100,057   100%   Work completed
Program                                  Av to Jackson,
                                             Vernon Av
Contractor: Suburban Concrete             west to Grove
Engineer: Staff                                   Street
Inspections: Staff



Contract: 2006 Resurfacing Program             9 streets   $275,000    $343,768      $254,175   98%    Project completed
                                         throughout the                                                except for small
Contractor: Johnson Paving                      Village                                                punch list.
Engineer: HLR
Inspections: HLR


                                                                 Complied and submitted by:

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                                                                 Christine Van Dornick, P.E.
                                                                 Xlillncr~Enoineer
                                VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
                                  GLENCOE, ILLINOIS
      TO THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES, VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
       The following building permits were issued during the month of October 2006.




Owner: WM Lannie Pollans
Contractor: Absolute Construction




Owner: Bany Friedland




In-ground pool and spa; storm sewer per plan
Owner: M/M Wade Lewis
Contractor: Barrington Pools                            ontractor: C & P Remodeling




Contractor: Boilini Co.                                      : Chandler Residence




                                                                      eview Builders




Owner: WM Jonathan Retsky                              Contractor: Railnondi Development & Design



10 10 Edgebrook Ln
Room addition1alterations
Owner: Richard Box                                     Owner: Steve Beitler
Contractor: Richard Box                                Contractor: CBI Custom Homes




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                                                                                                     OCTOBER                                                                                                                 YEAR TO DATE
                                                         2004                                                  2005                                     2006                                      2004                                             2005                     2006
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    Slngle ~ a m l l y                          3            2,699,950                               6              3,994,950                     I               600,000              45          3 1,732,605                        48            38,020,612      39          28,646,850


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    Changes
    Single Famlly                               6                1,229,732                           4                   559,672                  6              1,526,900             47              7,827,330                      33             8,194,106      36          7,326,271


    New Dwell~ng
    Multl Family


    Dwell~ng
    Changes
    Multi Famlly


    Buslness
    Building                                                                                                                                                                                                                           2             6,l 10,542


    Buslness
    Bulld~ng
    Changes                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1               277,576


    Accessory
    Bu~ld~ng                                    3                          64,600                                                                 4                  113,465             5                  11 1,600                   8               263,434          9         418,517


    Swlmming
    Pools                                       I                          70,000                    2                     195,900                2                  166,075             5                  328,600                    8               756,900          8         674,576


    Publlc
    Bulldlngs                                   1                2,020,000                                                                                                               5                 2,142,500                                                    I         667,182


    M~scellaneous                                                                                                                                 1                   74,000             2                    24,400                   2                   94,400       3         113,400
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    TOTAL                                  21                     1,203,000                          13                  760,550             16                   980,200              146                 5,663,050                  103             4,353,615      114         6,533,600
                                                GLEN(=OE PUBLIC WORKS MONTHLY REPORT
                    WATER PUNT                               OCTOBEU 2005        OCTOBER 2006        YTD 2005           YTD 2006
    Total Pumpage                     (million gal)                   56.490             38 420           629 552           542 346
    Average Day                       (million gal)                    1.822              1.239             2 064              1.784
    Maxlmum Day                       (millions gal)                   2.675              1.505             5.105             4 000
    Minimum Day                       (million gal)                    1.315              1 080             0 850             0 985
    Maximum Rate                      (mgd)                              4.3                3.3                  72                69
    Precip~tation                     (inches)                          1 05               4.24             13.44             23.15
              WATERdDTSTRIBUDON
    New Service Taps                                                        5                   7                44                 46
    Service Repairs                                                         2                   4                11                 14

    Main Breaks                       Repaired                              2                   4                29                 27

       Hydrants
    F~re                              Tested                                2                   8               253                109

                                      Repaired                              0                   0                 5                  6

                                      Installed (new)                       0                   0                  5                 8

    Water Meters                      Rebuiltrrested                        0                   0                 3                  0

                                      Repaired                              I                   3                20                 19

                                      New Installation                      4                   2                44                 38

         STREETS, SEWERS, FORESTRY

    Street. repaired                  (sq.ft                           2990                3900            20,453             50,799

    Plowed                            (times)                               0                   0                  7                 4

    Salted                            (times)                               0                    I               24                 II

    Road Salt                         (tons)                                 0                   5              678                64 1

    Calcium ChIoride                  (gals)                                0                   0               1075               175

    S~dewalks:                        Repaired (sq ft.)                     0                   3                34                 33

                                      Plowed (times)                        0                   0                  8                 0

    San~tary
           Sewers                     Cleaned (ft.)                      985               4443            34.045             79,655

                                      Repalred (ft.)                         0                   8               108               553

    Storm Sewers                      Cleaned (ft )                     2925               6420            24,204             33,028

                                      Repaired (ft )                        77                  31              589                500

    ManholeICatch Basins.             Cleaned                               26              161                 574             142 1

                                      Repalred                               5                   0                19                24

    Refuse/Landfrll     *tons vs cy   (tons)                             733               387*                 7437          3061*

    Parkway Trees.                    Trimmed                                8                  33               37 1              426

                                      Removed                               5I                  12               160               205
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             VEHICLE MAINTENANCE
    Routlne Service                   (each)                                15                  13               148               166

    Breakdowns                        (major-each)                           7                  11                60                66

    Breakdowns                        (minor-each)                          15                  18               126               138

    Outs~de
          Repalrs                     (each)                                 2                   3                42                37

           Used
    Gasol~ne                          (gals)                            3560               3677            37,488             43,3 12

         Used
    D~esel                            (gals)                            2247               2922           24,9772             22,647
                               Village of Glencoe
                   Department of Public Safety
                675 Village Court   - Glencoe, Illinois 60022 (847)    835-4112
                            Police * Fire   * Emergency Medical



                                                 November 8, 2006



Mr. Paul Harlow
Village Manager
Village of Glencoe
Glencoe, Illinois 60022

October   - 2006 - Public Safety Summary
Dear Mr. Harlow:

    During October, there were 7 Part I Offenses, which is a decrease of 1 offense as
reported from October, 2005. There was 1 adult arrested for Part I Offenses in
October, which is a decrease of 1 adult arrest as reported from October, 2005.

   In October, there were 34 Part I Offenses, which is a decrease of 10 offenses from
                                   1
                                                          1
October, 2005. There were 11 adults arrested for Part I Offenses in October, as
compared to 20 adults arrested as reported from October, 2005.

    The Fire Department responded to a total of 228 calls, which is an increase of 34
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calls from October, 2005. O this total, 42 calls were for ambulance service, which is
an increase of 1 call from October, 2005.

    There were 34 Motor Vehicle Accidents in October, which is an increase of 7
                                               f
accidents as reported from October, 2005. O this total, there were 3 reported
accidents involving injury, which is the same number of injury accidents reported
from October, 2005.

    There were 143 Motor Vehicle Citations and 283 Local Ordinance Citations issued
in October as compared to 133 Motor Vehicle Citations and 492 Local Ordinance
Citations issued in October, 2005.

    The total number of CAD incidents logged for Department services in October were
1102. Total year to the end of October offenses, activities and calls logged for 2006
are 10,339.


                                                        Sincerely,



                                                        Mike1 N. Milks
                                                        Director of Public Safety
                   -                          -
Village of Glencoe Department of Public Safety Monthly Report
October          2006


                                    October   October               YTD
Part I Offenses                       2005        2006              2006
Homicide                                  0         0                  0
Rape                                      0         0                  2
Robbery                                   0         0                  0
Aggravated Battery                        1         0                  0
Aggravated Assault                        0         0                  0
Burglary                                  2         0                 11
Burglary from Motor Vehicle               1         0                  8
Theft                                    3           7                72
Motor Vehicle Theft                      1           0                 1
Arson                                    0           0                 1
Total Part I Offenses

Part I Arrests
Adult
Juvenile
- - -  -                                 0           0          1     0
Total Part I Arrests

Part II Offenses
Battery
Assault
Deception
Crim. Damage & Tresp to Property
Deadly Weapons
Sex Offenses
Gambling
Offenses Involving Children
Cannabis Control Act
Controlled S~~bstance Act
Hypodermic Needles1 Paraphernalia
Liquor Control Act
Motor Vehicle Offenses
Disorderly Conduct
Interference w1Public Officers
Other Offenses
            1
Total Part I Offenses

Part II Arrests

Adult
Juvenile
           1
Total Part I Arrests
                                    October   October   YTD
Fire and Paramedic Services           2005      2006    2005
General Alarm                             2         3     30
Still Alarm                              66        79    666
Emergency Detail                         12         6     96
Non-Emergency Detail                     12        25    119
Service to Other Fire Departments        61        73    600
Ambulance calls                          41        42    371
Total Fire/Para Service

Motor Vehicle Accidents
Accident - Death
Accident - Injury
Accident - No Injury
Accident - Property Damage
Accident - Train
Accident - Village Vehicle
Accident - Bicycle
Accident - Motorcycle
Accident - Pedestrian
Accident - Hit and Run
Accident - Other
Total Accidents

Other Department Services
Service To Other Agencies
Public Service
Department Service
Public Corr~plaint
Animal Complaints
Lost/Found/Missir~gProperty
Missing Adults
Missing Juveniles
Mental Health
Suicide and Attempts
Sudden Death
Traffic Related
Total Other Services

Citations Issued
Driving Violations
Local Ordinance Violations
Total Citations

Properh, Values
Stolen
Recovered
Destroyed

 Total Property Values

    Paae 2
                  Village of Glencoe

                   Board Agenda Memorandum




DATE PREPARED:    November 8, 2006

MEETING DATE:     November 16, 2006

AGENDA SUBJECT:   Consideration of an Ordinance designating 35 Estate Drive
                  as a Glencoe Designated Landmark as nominated by the
                  Historic Preservation Commission

RECOMMENDATION:   That the Village Board review the analysis and evaluation of
                  the Historic Preservation Commission and adopt the
                  attached ordinance.


Background:       Upon learning of a subdivision application for the parcel
                  located at 35 Estate Drive that would include the
                  demolition of the existing Edward Dart home, the Historic
                  Preservation Commission forwarded a letter to the owner
                  requesting a meeting to discuss alternatives to demolition
                  (attached). At their October meeting, the Commission
                  agreed that the home was of architectural and historical
                  significance to the community and should be considered for
                  designation. The Commission directed staff to place the
                  item on the November Historic Preservation Commission
                  agenda for public hearing. Meeting minutes from the
                  October and November meetings are attached.

                  Under the provisions of the Village Code, a property may be
                  recommended for Landmark Designation by the property
                  owner,    Commissioner,      the    Historic    Preservation
                  Commission, and/or 50% of the residents in an area. The
                  HPC feels as though the significance of this property
                  warrants their recommendation for the Village Board to
                  designate this property as a Glencoe Landmark. The owner
                  of the property does not concur with the HPC position to
                  request the Village Board designate this property.

Analysis:         Louis Ancel, the home’s first owner, was a well known and
                  respected attorney in Illinois who co-authored the Illinois
                  Municipal Handbook, widely used by city and village
                  officials for more than 30 years. Mr. Ancel was a senior




                                                                            1
partner at Ancel, Glink, Diamond & Cope, a law firm he
founded in the early 1960s.

Besides the Illinois Municipal Handbook, the Ancel, Glink
firm has also published the Illinois Institute for Continuing
Legal Education, Municipal Law and Practice in Illinois, and
Illinois School Law. These latter two publications are used
by attorneys throughout the State to assist them in their
representation of governmental bodies. The firm also
publishes the Illinois Park District Handbook and a Guide
for Newly Elected Officials.

While serving as secretary of the Illinois Constitutional
Study Commission, which played a significant role in the
review and revision of the state’s 100 year old Constitution
into the current 1970 version. Mr. Ancel served as general
or special counsel to the Village of Maywood, Lincolnwood,
Glendale Heights, Bridgeview, Rosemont and Proviso
Township High School District 209.

The home at 35 Estate Drive was designed by nationally
renowned architect Edward Dart for Louis and Harriet
Ancel in 1961. Edward Dart built 52 custom homes from
1949 to 1968, 26 custom churches, several builders’ spec
house designs and commercial buildings. Mr. Dart is
known for designing the “House of the Fifties” for Good
Housekeeping magazine, a model house for Popular
Mechanics, and won the National Association of
Homebuilders competition in 1951. One of his largest and
most recognized projects is Water Tower Place in Chicago.
At the time the project was controversial due to the building
size and style but the building has become one of Chicago’s
landmark buildings and most successful mixed-use retail,
business and residential centers.

This home incorporates many of the characteristics of the
modern architectural style including:

   •   A rejection of historical styles;

   •   An adoption of the principle that the materials and
       functional requirement determine the result;

   •   An adoption of the machine aesthetic;

   •   A rejection of ornament; and

   •   A simplification of       form      and   elimination   of
       “unnecessary detail.”




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                  Following discussion of the application, the HPC adopted a
                  motion recommending that the Village Board adopt an
                  ordinance establishing 35 Estate Drive as a Glencoe
                  Designated Landmark.

Recommendation:   Based on the results of the Historic Preservation
                  Commission’s analysis, the Commission recommends the
                  Village Board approve the attached ordinance designating
                  35 Estate Drive as a Glencoe Designated Landmark.

Motion:           If the Village Board concurs with the recommendation of
                  the Glencoe Historic Preservation Commission, a motion
                  may be made as follows:

                  Move that the Village Board approve the attached
                  ordinance designating 35 Estate Drive as a Glencoe
                  Designated Landmark.




                                                                           3
                                         ORDINANCE 2006-

                            AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING
                   35 ESTATE DRIVE AS A DESIGNATED LANDMARK
                  Permanent Index # 05-06-201-052-0000 & 05-06-201-077-0000

       WHEREAS, the Village of Glencoe is a community with a rich historical, cultural, and
architectural character that is unique among Northern Illinois communities; and

       WHEREAS, the preservation of historically, culturally, and architecturally significant
buildings, structures, objects, sites, and areas in the Village is necessary for maintaining the essential
character of the Village and protecting the value of properties within Glencoe; and

         WHEREAS, the Village desires to give recognition to those buildings, structures, objects,
sites, and areas that contribute to the historical, cultural, or architectural heritage of the Village; and

       WHEREAS, the Village is authorized pursuant to Ill. Rev. Stat. Ch.24, 11-48.2-1 et seq., to
enact ordinances for the purposes of protecting, preserving, enhancing, and regulating buildings,
structures, objects, sites, and areas of historical, cultural, or architectural importance; and

     WHEREAS, pursuant to notice duly published and sent the Historic Preservation
Commission conducted a public hearing on November 7, 2006 to consider an application for
Landmark Designation of 35 Estate Drive (05-06-201-052-0000 & 05-06-201-077-0000);

       WHEREAS, following review of all information presented to the Historic Preservation
Commission at its November 7, 2006 public hearing, the Historic Preservation Commission adopted a
recommendation that the home located at 35 Estate Drive does meet the established criteria for
designation based upon the following grounds:

       1. The home is closely identified with a historic person (Louis Ancel);

       2. The home involves the notable efforts of a master architect (Edward Dart);

       3. The home has undergone minimal or no alterations since its original construction;

       4. The home is an exceptional example of an historic or vernacular style (Modernism);and

       5. The home has a strong association with the life of a person (Louis Ancel and Edward Dart)
          who have significantly contributed to the historic or cultural events of the United States,
          the State of Illinois or the Village.

       WHEREAS, the President and Board of Trustees of the Village of Glencoe have considered
the recommendation of the Historic Preservation Commission and determined that it is in the best
interest of the Village and its residents to establish the property located at 35 Estate Drive as a
Designated Landmark.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF
THE VILLAGE OF GLENCOE, COOK COUNTY, ILLINOIS as follows:
     SECTION ONE: The property located at 35 Estate Drive is hereby established as a Designated
Landmark; in accordance with the recommendation and findings of the Historic Preservation
Commission.

        SECTION TWO: The Village Clerk is directed to cause notice of this ordinance to be filed in
the office of the Director of Public Works with the Village of Glencoe.

       SECTION THREE: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its passage, approval,
posting, and publication in pamphlet form in the manner provided by law.

PASSED THIS            DAY OF              2006.

AYES:
NAYS:
ABSENT:


APPROVED THIS                DAY OF                2006.




                                           Village President
ATTEST:

Deputy Village Clerk


POSTED THIS            DAY OF                      2006.


                                           Deputy Village Clerk


PUBLISHED THIS               DAY OF                2006.


                                           Deputy Village Clerk
APPROVED AS TO FORM


                                           Village Attorney
                  Village of Glencoe

                   Board Agenda Memorandum




DATE PREPARED:    November 9, 2006

MEETING DATE:     November 16, 2006

AGENDA SUBJECT:   Consideration of Resolution for Modifications to Garbage
                  Collection Services

RECOMMENDATION:   Consider Resolution


Background:       In March 2006, the Village Board continued its review and
                  discussion of the current garbage collection services
                  provided through the Public Works Department.            A
                  community survey was finalized to present the concept of a
                  once-a-week garbage collection program as a base service
                  with twice-a-week service available as an option by
                  subscription. The survey was intended to give the Board
                  and staff feedback regarding how many households could
                  have their needs met with a once-a-week pick-up and how
                  many would request the twice-a-week service for an
                  additional cost.

                  In June 2006, the Village Board reviewed the results of the
                  survey.    The community response to the survey was
                  excellent with over 61% of the 2,900 mailed surveys
                  completed and returned. The preliminary results of the
                  survey indicate that a majority of residents responding
                  (68% vs. 27%) would elect to convert to a once-a-week
                  garbage collection service for a reduction in the current fee.
                  A copy of the introductory letter, the survey and a summary
                  of the results are attached. Based on the results of the
                  survey and following considerable discussion, the Board
                  directed staff to prepare an operational analysis of a once-a-
                  week collection service with an option for residents to
                  subscribe to a second collection.

                  In October 2006, the Village Board reviewed an operational
                  and financial analysis of a service alternative to provide
                  once-a-week residential garbage service with the option for
                  a second pickup. Following discussion, the Board directed
                  staff to pursue the once-a-week service alternative and



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            bring final details to the Village Board for action on the
            matter.

Analysis:   After considerable review of operational procedures, staff
            proposes that under the once-a-week collection alternative,
            garbage will be collected on one of four days (Monday,
            Tuesday, Thursday or Friday).        Residents choosing to
            subscribe to a 2nd collection would see collections on either
            Monday - Thursday or Tuesday - Friday. Several
            implementation issues were raised in October that required
            further evaluation and explanation. Once-a-week customers
            would be allowed to place the same quantity of garbage (up
            to four 37-gallon containers) out for collection at the
            backdoor as defined by the current regulations. As an
            option, the Village will make 95-gallon wheeled containers
            (similar to recycling carts) available that residents may
            purchase for $60. These containers, which are made with a
            latching lid that makes them less susceptible to animals,
            would be required to be wheeled to the curb for collection.
            Staff would note that residents currently using small
            storage units for their standard garbage containers report
            good success in controlling animal activity.

            The proposed fee for once-a-week garbage collection service
            only would be $15 per quarter, and the additional
            subscription fee for the second collection would be $75 per
            quarter making the total for twice-a-week collection service
            $90 per quarter. Staff has reviewed the $75 per quarter
            cost for the second collection, and still finds it appropriate
            to cover the total cost, operational and administrative, for
            that collection. The other components of the total refuse
            collection fees (recycling and SWANCC) would be the same
            for either alternative. Residents interested in maintaining
            twice-a-week collection would be able to subscribe for the
            service on a per quarter basis. This second collection fee
            could be suspended during any quarter that a resident
            requests, but the base service fee of $15 per quarter will be
            the minimum fee year round. Residents subscribing to the
            once-a-week collection will have the opportunity to
            schedule a supplemental garbage pick up for a fee of
            $25.00 for occasional special events that generate heavier
            than normal volume. In addition, staff will monitor garbage
            volumes during the holiday period between Thanksgiving
            and New Years this year for the purpose of offering an
            additional holiday collection(s) at no charge to all residents
            for a limited period of time under the new program next
            year.

            Recycling collection will continue with 65-gallon carts at the
            curb on the same day of the week as the primary garbage
            collection. Residents who are recycling more than one



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                  container per week can request an additional 65-gallon
                  container through the Village at no additional cost. Those
                  residents that choose the once-a-week garbage collection
                  option can help reduce their volumes by participating more
                  aggressively in the recycling program.

                  An additional element that was presented to the Board last
                  month was the yard waste collection program. It was
                  reported that this program was being used by
                  approximately 20% of the residents.            It has been
                  determined that the annual cost of the yard waste program
                  is approximately $85,000 (2006). If a program modification
                  is considered at this time to reallocate the cost of yard
                  waste collection to the users, a further reduction in the
                  proposed monthly garbage fee ($15.00 per quarter) could be
                  realized. The yard waste program would then require
                  subscription and/or a per bag “sticker-type” program. Due
                  to the program modifications in garbage collection and the
                  corresponding operational adjustments, it is staff’s belief
                  that no changes to the yard waste system be implemented
                  next fiscal year. As the proposed resolution identifies a
                  program reporting date (December 2007) to provide the
                  Board an evaluation of the program, staff would also
                  include further analysis of operational modifications to yard
                  waste collection for implementation in the following year
                  (2008).       Under     this   proposal    for    operational
                  implementation, yard waste would continue to be picked up
                  on Wednesdays.

                  Attached    is   a   draft    resolution   authorizing    the
                  implementation of modifications to the Village garbage
                  collection service for the Board’s consideration.        Staff
                  proposes to implement a plan for once-a-week garbage
                  collection with an option for subscription for a second pick-
                  up at an additional cost beginning in March 2007. An
                  informational mailing outlining the details of the new
                  program would go out before the end of the year. Once
                  subscriptions for a second pick-up are obtained, specific
                  collection routes will be finalized and a second mailing
                  notifying residents of their collection day(s) will be out by
                  mid-February 2007. Information and route maps will also
                  be publicized on the Village website and the kiosks in the
                  central business district.

Recommendation:   Staff recommends that the Village Board review and discuss
                  the support information on the implementation of a once-a-
                  week garbage program with an optional second collection
                  and consider the resolution authorizing implementation.




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Motion:                 If the Village Board agrees with the staff recommendation, a
                        motion can be made as follows:

                        Move to approve a resolution             authorizing the
                        implementation of modifications          to the Village
                        Garbage Collection Service.

Attachments:

Graph – Garbage Fund Fees vs. Taxes
Graph – Garbage Fund Expenditure
Resolution
Survey Cover Letter
Survey
Survey Results




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                             VILLAGE OF GLENCOE

                                RESOLUTION NO.

        A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF
    MODIFICATIONS TO THE VILLAGE GARBAGE COLLECTION SERVICE


WHEREAS, the Village Board has reviewed long range financial plans of the Village
and determined that measures should be instituted to reduce the costs of the Village
garbage collection services, and

WHEREAS, in reviewing methods to reduce the costs of garbage collection, the Village
Board surveyed the community to determine the level of acceptance to a once-per-
week garbage collection, with an option of a second collection for all residential
locations in the Village, and

WHEREAS, the survey determined that the majority of the community responding to
the survey would have their garbage collection needs satisfied by once-per-week
collection, and

WHEREAS, the Village Board has directed staff to implement a plan for a once-per-
week garbage collection in the Village, with an option for subscription for a second
pick-up, with additional cost, beginning March 5, 2007, and

WHEREAS, Village staff is prepared to implement this plan with the objective of
continuing to provide the community with exceptional service levels in satisfying the
garbage collection needs of the residents.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Village Board of the Village of
Glencoe directs staff to provide a garbage collection plan that is considered in the
preparation of the Fiscal Year 2008 Village budget, and directs staff to prepare a
written analysis of the program for Village Board review no later than December 21,
2007.


PASSED THIS               DAY OF                           2006.

AYES:

NAYS:

ABSENT:

APPROVED THIS             DAY OF                           2006.


                                             Village President
ATTEST:


Deputy Village Clerk
Village of Glencoe                                                                        Phone 847.835.4114
675 Village Court                                                                         FAX 847.835.1785
Glencoe, Illinois 60022                                                                   www.goglencoe.com




    Dear Village Resident,

           In the 2006-2007 Village budget, approved March 9, 2006, Village Trustees were forced to
    increase the fees for our refuse collection senrice to $57.80 from $48.45 per quarter. This is the result of
    continued increasing costs in providing what is a unique senrice - backdoor twice weekly collection of
    garbage together with once-a-week yard waste pick-up, fall leaf collection service, spring cleaning pick-
    up and recycling services. 'Almost all of this increase is attributable to the portion of the fee that
    supports the twice-weekly garbage collection, which is increasing from $30.00 to $38230 per quarter.

             Expenses are increasing due to escalating prices of equipment and labor costs, including
     pensions and 'health care for our employees. Anticipating future cost increases, Trustees are
     investigating alternative ways to collect and pay for garbage collection. Many people, for example, may
     not need twice-weekly collection. Our recycling program has certainly reduced the level of garbage
     many of us produce (and, perhaps, changes to our garbage collection program will help us increase our
     discipline in this regard as well).

             Currently, garbage collection is paid for by both property taxes and senrice fees. Fees that
     residents pay cover only about 50% of the cost of this program - even with the recent hike. The question
     is whether the current level of service is required to meet the needs of most members of our community,
     or if we should reduce senrices (and costs] for those who do not need them by eliminating the automatic
     second service day and providing it only for those who need and want it, but at an additional cost to
     them. This latter approach has been used successfully in Winnetka for more than ten years.

             Village staff'estimates that, if we adopt a "once-weekly" program as our basic service, and
     continue the same level of support from our property tax revenues, the quarterly garbage collection fee
     for that service can be reduced from the $38.80 quarterly level to $15.00, at fiscal year 2007 cost levels.
     Assuming a participation level similar to Winnetka's, an optional twice-weekly pick-up service can be
     offered with an estimated quarterly fee of $90.00. (The $75.00 per quarter differential was determined
     by simply allocating the anticipated cost of the "second" pick-up senrice among an assumed number of
     users, and could, of course, change if the assumptions prove to be incorrect.)

            The enclosed survey will help us determine how many households will have their needs met by a
     'once-a-weep pick-up and how many would request the "twice-a-week*service even with its additional
     cost. Please note that, if a sufficiently large number of residents indicate a need for the twice-weekly
     senrice notwithstanding its higher cost, the Trustees may well conclude that the best overall option is a
     continuation of our current program.




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             Please take a few moments to respond to the following survey. Your answers will be an
     important factor in guiding the Village Board's decision. If you have any questions, please contact the
     Office of the Village Manager, 847-835-4114.

                                                         Sin    ely,



                                                       / ~ c o t t M. Feldman
                                                          Village President
                                          VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
                                   GARBAGE COLLECTION SERVICES SURVEY
Your responses to the following will provide valuable direction to the Village in making decisions about garbage collection
services. Thank you for your help.

                                             PLEASE RETURN BY MAY 10,2006




SECTION I:

1.      Overall, how would you rate your satisfaction with the garbage collection services you receive from the Village?

                              Somewhat Satisfied                          Somewhat Dissatisfied




2.      Thinking about your household's needs, how important are each of the following services to you? RECORD BELOW.
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3a.     The Village estimates that the potential cost savings from going to a once-a-week basic service could reduce the garbage
        collection fee from the current $38.80 quarterly level to $15.00, assuming the same level of support from property taxes. The
        cost of an optional twice-weekly service can be offered for an estimated quarterly fee of $90. The $75 per quarter differential is
        simply the anticipated cost of the second pick-up being paid for only through service fees.

3b.     Please indicate your anticipated household needs for garbage pick-up service:




                                basic fee (estimated at $15 per quarter);

                                Our household would utilize a twice-a-week pick-up for which we will




4b.     If you do not participate in the Curbside Recycling Program, explain:
                                    Not Interested                                      Storage of Container



        If other, please explain:




SECTION 11:
To better understand your responses, please provide the following background information on your household.




ADDITIONAL COMMENTS REGARDING VILLAGE GARBAGE COLLECTION SERVICES:




If you would like to be notified when the Village Board will be reviewing the data from the garbage collection survey, please
provide an email address below.
                                                                            *Please return survey by 5/10/06 in thepostage paid
Email Address:
                                                                            reply envelope. The envelope can be dropped in either
                                                                            the white Village mailbox or mailed back to the Village.
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T bfe of Contents
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  Purpose and Method .......................................................................................... 3
  Key Findings .......................................................................................................       6
         Glencoe Garbage Collection ...................................................................... 10
         Sample Profile .............................................................................................    22
         Appendix: Verbatim comments...................................................
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                    Purpose It Methad




Purpose                                                           I
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This survey was conducted as part of the Village's effort to
address potential changes in garbage collection:
 .   Utilization of a once-a-week pick-up for a basic fee (estimated at $15
     per quarter)
     Utilization of a twice-a-week pick-up for an estimated fee of $90 per
     quarter
Along with gathering information on this potential change,
residents were also probed on their satisfaction with the
current system and the importance of various services.




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Method                                              I
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The following summarizes responses to 1744 interviews
with Glencoe Village households. The surveys were
distributed by mail to 2,845 occupied single-family
properties in Glencoe. Thus the response rate to the survey
is 61%. Additionally, a total of 470 survey respondents
provided an email address.




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                     Key Findings
Current System Evaluation                                                       I
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Village residents are generally pleased with the current system, with nearly
nine in ten responding households reporting that they are "very satisfied with
the garbage collection services they receive from the village.

Nearly all (94%) responding households report that they participate in the
Village Curbside Recycling Program.
  . Almost one innot interested.who say they do not parkipate simply identrfy
    themselves  as
                    four of those

  . The rest atetothe inconveniences ofto their participation.stonng the container
    bringing it the curb) as barriers
                                        recycling (including                         and




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Importance of Various Services                                                   -
Of the six services asked about, near1 nine in ten (88%)residents
                                              E:
generally select the First Garbage Pic -Up as extremely or very
unportant.
Removal of larger household items come in next in terms of importance:
     Spring Clean-Up follows in second place (72%)
     Special Pick-Up Service in third (61%).

The Second Pick-U of the week ranks substantially lower than the first
                     rating it as extremely or very important to them.
with about half (48%0)

Other Information:
   . 41%rating YardCollection extremely/very important
     50%
        rating
               Leaf
                    Waste Pick-Up extremely/very important




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Potential Changes in Garbage Collection                            I
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estimated $15/quarter
estimated $90/quarter

Interest in the two services varies with household size and the presence of
children, particularly very young children:
      The roportion that would use Once-A-Week Pick-Up rather than Twice-A-
      weeR pick-up is about 80/ w among:
        - 1-2person households
        - Households with no children under 18
      The roportion that would use Once-A-Week Pick-Up rather than Twice-A-
                      p
      weeR ~ c k - u is closer to 60/40 among:
        - 3-4 person households
        - Households with children under 18
  .   Finally, the pro ortion that would use Once-A-Week Pick-Up rather than
      ~wice-A-week    $ick-Up is only about 50/50 among:
        - 5+ person households
        - Households w t h children under 3



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                  Glencoe Garbage Collection
 Overall Satisfaction Rating                                                                           -




               Very Satbfied         Somewhat Satisfied            Neutral or Not             Not Answered
                                                                     Satisfied

Q: "Ouerall, how would you rate your sabsfaction with the garbage wllecbon setvzces you receivefrom the Vzllage?"
Base Size: N=1744
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 lrnp~rta of Services (x~xtxfremely/~ery-
        nce                             -
                                      important)


                                                     Exlremly Important           Very Important


         Garbage Plck-Up
     F~rst


      Clean4 p Program
 Spr~ng


  Special Plck-UpProgram


  Leaf Collect~on
                Program


 Second Garbage Pick-Up


       Yard Waste P~ck-Up


                         0%              20%              40%              60%             80%             100%

Q: "Thinking about your household's needs, how important are each of the following setvices to you?"
Base Size: N=1744
                                                          12
                                                                                                       Household Size

                                              -
lrnportance of Services (s. Extrernely/Very important)
                                    1-2 Persons    a 3-4 Persons      5+ Persons


      First Garbage Pick-Up



   Spring Cleon-Up Program



   Special Pick-Up Program



    Leof Collection Program



  Second Garbage Pick-Up



         Yard Wasle Pick-Up


                              0%             20%            40%             60%              80%             100%

Q: "Thinking about your household's needs, how important are each of the following seruices to you?"
Base Sizes: 1-2 Persons=801,3-4 Persons=619,5+ Persons=303
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                                                                                     Presence of Children Under 18

 1mportance of SeIViees (% ExtremeIy/Very Important)
                                            --
                                    No Children Under 18   U Has Children Under 18


       First Garbage Pick-Up



    Spring Clean-Up Program



    Special Pick-Up Program



     Leaf Collection Program



   Second Garbage Pick-Up



         Yard Waste Pick-Up


                               0%            20%                40%          60%             80%             100%

Q: "Thinking about your household's needs, how important are each of the following seruices to you?"
Base Size: No Children Under 18=930, Has Children Under 18=790
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                                                                                           Presence of Children Under 3

Imp~rta of Services (s. Extremely/Very important)
      nce                                                                                                  I
                                                                                                           -




                                      No Children Under 3         = Has Chiklren Under 3
      First Garbage Pick-Up



   Spring Clean-Up Program



   Special Pick-Up Program



    Leaf Collection Program



  Second Garbage Pick-Up



         Yard Waste Pick-Up


                              0%                   20%             40%              60%            80%              100%

Q: "Thinking about your household's needs, how important are each of thefollowing services to you?"
Base Sizes: No Children Under 3=1562,Has Children Under 3=155
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                                     -
 Interest in New Garbage Pick-Up Services
  80%


  60%


  40%


  20%


    0%
           Yes, W o u l d          No, W o u l d            Not          Yes, W o u l d    No, W o u l d        Not
            Qtilte                 Not Utilize           Answering/                        Not Utilize      Answerin9


                  Once-A-Week Pick-Up for Basic Fee                                   Twice-A-Week Pick-Up
                    (estimated at $15 per quarter)                                 (estimated at $90 per quarter)
Q: "The Village estimates that the potential cost savingsfrom going to a once-a-week basic service could reduce the
   garbage collectionfeefrom the current $38.80 quarterly level to $15.00,assuming the same level of supportfrom
   property taxes. The cost of an optional twice-weekly service can be ofired for an estimated quarterlyfee of $90. The
   $75 per quarter differential is simply the anticipated cost of the second pick-up being paid for only throughfees.
   Please indicate your anticipated household needsfor garbage pick-up seruice:"
Base Size: N=1744                                                 16
                                                                                                     Household Size

 Interest in New Garbage Piek- Up Services                                                           I
                                                                                                     -




                      79%             1-2 Persons Household W 3-4 Persons Household     5+ PersonsHousehold
  80%


  60%


  40%


  20%


   0%
             W o u l d Use Once-A-W e e k Pick-Up                  W o u l d Use Twice-A-W e e k Pick-Up

Q: "The Village estimates that the potential cost smingsfrom going to a once-a-week basic service could reduce the
   garbage collectionfeefrom the current $38.80 quarterly level to $15.00, assuming the same level of supportfrom
   property taxes. The cost ofan optional twice-weekly service can be offered for an estimated quarterlyfee of$90. The
   $75 per quarter dlferential is simply the anticipated cost of the second pick-up being paid for only throughfees.
   Please indicate your anticipated household needsfor garbage pick-up seruice:"
Base Sizes: 1-2 Persons=801,34 Persons=619,5+ Persons=303
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                                                                                    Presence of Children Under 18

 Interest in New Garbage Pick-Up Senricer                                                            I
                                                                                                     -




                                             D No Children Under 18 E Has Children Under 18




               Would Use Once-A-Week Pick-Up                       Would Use Twice-A-Week Pick-Up
Q: "The Village estimates that the potential cost smingsfrom going to a once-a-week basic service could reduce the
   garbage collectionfeefrom the current $38.80 quarterly level to $15.00, assuming the same level of supportfrom
   property taxes. The cost ofan optional twice-weekly service can be offered for an estimated quarterlyfee of $90. The
   $75 per quarter dgerential is simply the anticipated cost of the second pick-up being paid for only throughfees.
   Please indicate your anticipated household needsfor garbage pick-up service:"
Base Size: No Children Under 18=930, Has Children Under 18=790
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                                                                                    Presence of Children Under 3

                                     -
 Interest in New Garbage Pick-Up Services
                                             a No Children Under 3       H Has Children Under 3




                                                            7


              Would Use Once-A-Week Pick-Up                          Would Use Twice-A-Week Pick-Up
Q: "The Village estimates that the potential cost savingsfrom going to a once-a-week basic service could reduce the
   garbage collection feefrom the current $38.80 quarterly level to $15.00, assuming the same level ofsupportfrom
   property taxes. The cost ofan optional twice-weekly service can be ofired for an estimated quarterlyfee $590. The
   575 per quarter difirenh'al is simply the anticipated cost of the second pick-up being paid for only through fees.
   Please indicate your anticipated household needsfor garbage pick-up service:"
Base Sizes: No Children Under 3=1562, Has Children Under 3=155
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 Participation Curbside Recycling Program
                                     --

   100%


    80%


    60%


    40%


    20%


      0%
                           Yes                                  No                        Not Answered


                                  Curbslde Recyclzng Program?"
Q: "Do you parhapate zn the V~llage
Base Stze. N=1744
                                                          20
Reasons for Not Participating In
Curbside Recycling Program                                                              -
 50%


 40%


 30%


  20%


  10%


   0%
          Cumbenome        Not Interested      Storageof       It IS Curbs~de   Other   Not Answered
                                               Conta~ner



Q: "If you do not parhapate m the Curbszde Recycl~ngProgram explam."

Base: All who do not parhapate In the Curbslde Refljding Program
Base Szze. N=79                                           21




                                         Sample Proflle
 Household Size                                                                                   --

 50%


 40%


 30%


  20%


  10%


   0%
             One            Two             Three           Four           F~ve     SIX or More    Not Answered




Q. "How many people llve zn your household?"
Base Szze: N=1744
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 Children Present in Househaid                                                                     -

  100%
                                                                                    90%

    80%

    60%

    40%

    20%

     0%
             Has Chlldren     No Chlldren      Not Answered        Has Chlldren   No Ch~ldren      Not Answered
              Under 1 8        Under I 8                             Under 3       Under 3




Q. "Do you h e any chzldren under 18 years old In your household7"
   "Do you h e any chzldren under the age of3 zn your household?"
Base 51ze N=1744
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Spontaneous Comments                                                                                         I
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Additional comments regarding village garbage collection services:

I would like to see more items accepted for recycling (not just items numbered 1-5 in the recycling symbol).
I like the idea of a once a week garbage pick-up. In addition to recycling we also compost all of our vegetable wastes which
greatly reduces the amount of our garbage.
What about once a week garbage pick-up in winter and hvice a week in summer?
We would like to know if an optional second pickup is available in warm months. Also is there a limit on the amount of
garbage that would be picked up at any one time?
Often do not empty cans completely
There is no need to do side/back of house pick up if that increases costs. Curbside should be fine, like recycling.
No need to place a note in the mail box when we don't have garbage for pickup. This could save time and money.
Barrow pick up should be cancelled.
I would prefer an extra recycling pick up before I would need an extra garbage pick up. We have much more recycled
materials than garbage (2x)
We have been very pleased w/ the services. Thank You!
We have much less garbage because we recycle.
Service is excellent I am concerned about increasing amounts of plastic and foil in our garbage. It is not clear how much can
be recycled, so I put it in garbage, which increases the volume. If weekly pick up isn't enough, will there be a chance to go
back to the old system?
Lower cost by changing to curbside garbage pick up.



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Spontaneous Comments, cont.                                                                                   -
We have grandchild and others here many days so there is more than 2 people in house at most times.
Garbage collection service is excellent
Your s e ~ c e are very good!
               s
Service is good. Personnel very nice.
Second garbage pick-up is not as essential-but would need a larger dumpster like the recycling can-would that be provided
by the village7
Could w e have large containers similar to the recycling ones for our garbage 7
I love living in Glencoe-have been here since 1982. Escalating costs (Properly taxes, fees, etc.) are growing to the point that
my budget is nearing maximum stretching ability. I don't quality for help and don't expect any but I'm afraid I won't be able
to stay here if costs continue to increase.
I would be fine with garbage pick-up once per week but bigger garbage cans, equal to the recycling container, would be
preferred.
So many people use landscape services- you should consider keeping the 2 garbage weekly pick-ups but eliminating the
yard and leaf pick up as an option. If offered we would choose 2 garbage pick ups and no yard/leaf pick up.
Love our garbage man and the fact that they come to the house to get i t However w e are moving so take this information for
what it is.
(1) Maybe Provide 2-3 optional 2nd Pickups each quarter at no cost (likeThanksgiving Friday) for holidays. (2) Lawn refuse
pickup maybe 2x/month.
I am willing to continue the current 2 times a week program even if it means $100 more per year. However, if the second
pick u p is $300 more per year then I will NOT use i t
Outstanding
Service is excellent Pick-up men polite, friendly. Service dependable.

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Spontaneous Comments, cont.                                                                                    -
If we go to l/week, would like ability to get a second pick u p on as needed basis-or be able to drop garbage someplace.
Summers-college children home.
What is the cost of leaf collection compared to garbage7 This would seem to be a good 'pay as you use' service. Also, is 'back
doof a significant part of the cost or is the 2/week the only issue? I do like your suggestion that l/week pickup could
increase participation in recycling. Whatever you do, thank; for the great services in the past.
We would be pleased to have the additional savings.
For just 2 of us once a week is fine, but with children at home hvice a week was needed.
Once a week garbage pick would be fine-clean up week pick up is fine but we haven't used it-but we might this year.
Consider: Summer months, hvice a week (for health reasons). Late fall, winter, early spring once a week
I generally only put out garbage once a week now. I would also suggest that the village eliminate pickup from residenfs door.
Residents can bring garbage to curb. This would eliminate a bit of extra labor.
I strongly support switching to once a week garbage up and leaving other services unchanged.
Love all the employees. They are terrific: respectful, responsive, pleasant & insightful. More than I can say about my
husband.
I understand the need to save money but it would be too bad to reduce the number of pickups. Paying $90 additional dollars
is too much.
It has been excellent
Couldn't we save more $ by putting garbage at the street like lawn wastes7 Recycling7
Rather than offering the 1X Spring clean up program could you offer a 1X per year pick up that is up to the homeowner! Any
additional pick ups could be for a fee. Just a thought
Is it possible to have a collection day for old paint cans, electronics and minor construction materials7
The garbage collection staff is great Once a week garbage collection would do fine for us. I think anyone wanting more than
minimum service should pay for it themselves.
I think that the refuse collectors from the village do a terrific job and I am very pleased with the village services.
Glencoe does an excellent job dealing with waste removal. Thank you!
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Spontaneous Comments, conk                                                                                     I
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Get out of the collection business and pay someone else. This eliminates any hidden future cost We just 'agreed' to spend
$14 mm for something that most do not need. Why should we stay?
Are you evaluating anti-raccoon garbage containers? Something with a locking device, similar to the recycling container.
I could do garbage 1day a week and you could do yard waste 1a month or twice. And the same for leaves. Spring clean up
is the best!!!
Glencoe d w s an amazing job providing these services. Thank You!
Properly taxes should not be used. Leaf pickup should be pay as you go, just like special pick up. Spring cleanup is a fun
annual event to watch.
It is extremely important that the garbage be picked up at our residence-even if just once a week
Keep up the good work!
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I the decision is made for lx/wk pick up, would it be possible to institute occasional additional days (for example lx/Month
or having the holidays when there might be more trash) for less than 590/quarter7 Also garbage collection personnel are very
nice, courteous, friendly. What a great asset you have!
I think they do already great job-very professional and respectful of my property.
Our daughter is going off to college-fall-2006. When this time comes-a once a week pick up is all we will need. We are
previous Winnetka residents-never had a problem with the once a week pick-up.
Not having to haul the garbage can out to the curb is a huge benefit
1) Is there a central garbage collection if a family misses their weekly pickup? 2) Is there a limit on the number of garbage
cans to be collected at the home.
I don't need 'backdoor pickup.' I can get my refuse to the curb. Would eliminating'backdoor pickup' (unless people
subscribe to it) help?"
The leaf collection is valuable service; however usually the timing is off wherein the accumulated leafs blow back on the lawn
&street before the crew can get there! (Even with a tarp).
Prompt and several garbage pickup are important as particularly in summer it tends to smell awfully.
Employees should start contributing to health care and lels get rid of the pension. Everyone in the private sector d w s i t
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I have utilized and appreciated the twice weekly services for last 40 years!! Note-would like twice weekly to continue but find
it too costly for me!! Because I can't do recycling my question is: How many garbage containers can I have? Three would help
me.
You guys a do a great job-keep up the good work!
If you want to save money discontinue the sidewalk cleaning of snow. Every time the cleaning of snow on my sidewalk my
lawn is damage because I have a curved sidewalk (they go straight). Cleaning the snow on the sidewalk is totally
unnecessary.
Our service has always been excellent Since I am only one now -five a week would be quite satisfactory.
My preference would be to keep service and fees at current level.
How can I get more recycling containers??
As long as we can fill up 2 garbage cans for a l/week pickup, I would support the reduction. Thanks.
Would very much like to recycle but cannot fit your very large container anyplace. I requested smaller and was told there
were none.
We are very satisfied with the services provided by public works. It would be nice though if the individuals who collect
garbage would secure the lids back on the garbage cans to keep rain and animals o u t Thank you.
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I a once a week pick up, would residence be allowed a second garbage can?
My garbage collection man is Everett He is wonderful! Last Dec. I asked to please, please comer around again and pickup
the leaves. The village did- I was very grateful. You guys did a great job, once a week garbage would be fine with us.
The man who picks u p my trash is friendly, professional and very nice. I wonder what will happens to our great employers if
we go to service once a week I hate to think someone will be out of a job.
 I would like to the same service as we have now - 2 pick ups without additional fees. This town keeps asking for more
 money. It is getting out of hand!!!
 Wonderful job!

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Not a good trend to see referendums increasing taxes and city looking to cut services.
In the fall, the village might hy to publicize better that leaves should be piled in the parkway not the street Perhaps that
would help some of our neighbors get the message.
Once a week garbage pick-up should meet the needs of most residenb. If you want service twice a week you should pay. We
must all make some sacrifices from time to time.
Thanks for the great service. The city has responded quickly to any question we've had.
Once a week garbage pickup should be sufficient for most residents- residents should buy an extra receptacle if necessary.
Would you be able to offer a pick-up after a party for a reduced fee? I think we would be OK except for that You could make
it on the same day of the people who want 2 pick-ups and we could set it at the end of the drive-way like a special pick-up.
What happened to all the 'savings' when collection starting using theelectric carts? Likewise with recycling program? At
least you can give the option of some control with the once per week option, it would be much better ifyou could control
costs!
It is not necessary to have a twice-a-week garbage pick-up service.
Thank you-Once a week garbage pick up is all we need-no matter which day (that's all ready what we are doing)-is there a
service we call for large branches/small hees (wood chippers)?
If you limit to one per week will we be limited to a certain number af volume of waste? I think during certain holidays or
times in the year could demand pick up twice a week but the majority of the year once per week.
Curbside garbage collection would be ok.
I wish it could start later like 8 am. Cannot put garbage out previous night because of raccoons.
Our garbage collection is excellent
Very satisfied with collection service. Once a week would be fine with me.
Excellent Service but completely unnecessary to have 2 pick ups. Much more economic to buy an additional can. Also,
recycling program has led to reduced amount of trash.
It is a luxury to have hvice a week garbage pickup-but if I had to pay $75 extra - I would just go with the basic l x week
program.
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If garbage was put at the curb, would fees still have to be raised?
We usually have more need for recycling than wastealso as we do our own lawns we rely on the Wednesday garden waste
and leaf removal. Also our blockalready brings cans to sheet to make moreefficient collection-possibly large'ciy can w/
wheels and dump like mycling truck could add to the efficiency as well.
For garbage pickup-you should charge more for more cans, etc.You could have us purchase a sticker for each 'extra' can.
A fall and spring clean up would be appreciated-once is not enough
The smell of garbage sitling for one week would be bothersome. Also, I suspect there would be an increase of animals going
through trash awaiting pick up. Leave pick up is not important for my leaves but it affects me when neighbors don't haul
their leaves and they blow onto my property.
I wish your hazardous waste programs were more accessible. I really think it is so difficult, you encourage dishonesty.
Garbage picked up at our back door. Do not want that changed!
Collection services and personnel are outstanding.
I would like the pick up of recycling and garbage done on the same day if we went to once a week At least I wouldn't have to
actively do garbage on recycling %/week.
If only once a week, Thurs/Fri would be best so garbage doesn't sit around full all weekend-especially in hot temps.
Going to once a week is the only change I favor.
We have been converted to curbside garbage. I know it is not being actually recycled. The annual fee increases is a scandal!
The twice a week garbage collection is very nice but not at an estimated fee of $90.00 per quarter.
2 pick ups/week are nice but we can live with 1.1 think everyone should have the same service whether once a week or twice.
Your letter and survey seem to indicate that a decision has already been made to reduce to once a week and a resident can opt
for hvice a week if willing to pay an extremely high fee. Survey will not exhact info from residents willing to help it as is at a
fee of $57.80 per quarter. Survey seems self serving as it may not capture the true opinions of the residents.
 Wonderful service -No complaints. We don't really need hvice a week service.
 The Wed. yard waste pick up is very important to us; also recycling.
 Go to once a week !!!Thanks!! Good survey.
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We have terrible problems most of the year with raccoons getting into our garbage. Twice weekly pick up helps. I see many
neighbors with the same problem. I'm concerned about garbage around town with once weekly collection.
Recycling is much better with the larger wheeled containers! Please keep back door garbage pick-up. Would hate to see
garbage at the curb!
Once a week pick-up is fine for us- several times we have been forgotten possibly because we don't always utilize the hvice a
week pick-up.
You do a good job. I appreciate the choice.
The service in excellent Our family, however, does not generate much 'garbage' now that so much can be recycled. Wecould
go to once-a-week garbage pick up easily.
Once a week collections would be facilitated if village could supply large commercial type wheeled refuse containers as they
did for recycling.
Recycling is important
Garbage collectors are very pleasant and helpful. Give them high marks from us.
If it would cost less or help if a second refusecontainer was provided like the recycle conlainers for garbage and it could be
placed up in same way as recyclables, I would by happy to put garbage on the parkway once a week.
Village usually ignores Wednesday pick up at our house.
I am worried about rodent / raccoon problems increasing if garbageis picked up only once a week and bags pile up in the
garage or other storage places. Has anyone studied that possibility if we reduce garbage pick-up to once a week?
In general, I think the people who use a service more should pay more. People who only need one garbage pick up should not
have to subsidize the ' hvo garbage pick up' people. IPs only fair.
We have lived in Glencoe since the '70's. Village services have been excellent LePs keep it that way! LePs do what other
villages have done - a once a week garbage collection with an option for a second pick-up with appropriate fees. A'15' per
quarter is a huge difference to most residents we feel.
It makes it very difficult for us if it rains or snows and they leave the lid open.
Service has been excellent but we don't need 2x a week.
I would prefer continuation of the current program.
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Great, simple, and convenient recycling program.
Please act to keep our village costs down! We do not need an exha day for service. It works fine for our friends in Winnetka!
I would have no objection to moving the garbage bin to curbside for mechanized pickup same as recycling service.
Why NOT DO everything with a PRNATECONTRACTOR and REDUCE the number of villageemployees and then sell all
the equipment and try to lower taxes and MAINTAIN the same level of service.
Wilmette has one day pick up-household can throw or discard anything. This is ideal-please consider.
As a previous Winnetka resident I agree with this change to once a week pickup with the 2nd at an additional cost Even with
small children (we lived in Winnetka for llyears) with recycling the once a week was fine at the financial savings is especially
important
Good efficient garbage pick up!
1garbage pick-up per week is a good idea.
The cover letter was unclear about what the cost per quarter per household would be if once-a-week refuse collection were
instituted. My calculation from the other figures presented indicate that a reduction in fees to $33.45 & $34 quarterly would
occur.
You do an excellentjob.
I would rather keep the current service, but if it really goes down to $15 quarterly and the village provides Iarger cans then I
would switch to once/week.
The village garbage collectionservices are excellent
Village does an excellent job. Survey-filed as if coach house were separate from main house, in reality?
Once a week pickup if can use larger containers
Thru recycling we substantially reduce our garbage and thus we only have a need for once a week garbage collection. If
everyone recycled the benefits to all would be great and apparent I would suggest you provide more village statistics on the
recycling program in an effort to get even greater participation.
 Excellent service always! Once per week for garbage would serve our needs just fine. Thank you for asking.
 We would prefer leaf collection in special village bags rather than piles of loose leaves which is messy and unsightly and
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I t i k they do a great job.
Interested in reducing costs as much as possible.
Please put the lids back on thegarbage bins-othenvise they blow away or roll into the street
Please replace tops of garbage cans ( not upside down) when il's raining! Thanks.
Very courteous and efficient staff.
If there is only/pickup (which I favor) I would prefer late in other week.
If we have once a week collectio~ we be limited to one 32 gal. container 1
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I'd like to see a hazardous waste pick-up day or drop off point -paintantiheeze,bat&ries,etc.
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I we move to once a week it should be middle of the week to avoid 3 day weekends.
Leaf pickup in Oct & Nov. was very poor as the final pickup was made in December after snow had fallen & deep ruts were
scraped on our curbside lawn
The staff is very friendly, which we very much appreciate.
Wonderful services &service. Glad that recycling program is so thorough.
The garbage collectors have a habit of leaving garbage cans in the middle of the driveway where they have to be moved to
drive o u t Both recycling and regular collections have done this.
Service has been excellent for the 20 years we have lived in the village. Thanks to all who have helped.
I Like the 2 days pick up service and, I should be willing to pay the $8.80 increase-But would not likely choose to pay the go
service change for 'special 2 day pickup.'
We like the service just the way it is and would gladly pay $9.35per quarter more to keep it. Why isn't that an option on this
questionnaire?
As with the beach, why is any of the garbage collection costs paid by fees rather than properly taxes? Aren't our property
taxes stupendous enough to cover the most basic services?
Garbage collection should be fee-based, not tax subsidized. Taxes are based on lot size, which has nothing to d o with garbage
collection.
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I think the village garbage collection is the best thank you and I think the fees are reasonable.
People put regular garbage in the recycling bins and I don't like this violation of the rules. There should be spot checks of the
bins and no collection for those people.
Consider once a week curbside garbage collection! There should be both time and money savings?
The village staff does an excellent job of the garbage pickup.
I would love M weekly garbage collection & 2x weekly recycling.
Excellent service to date.
We like Eddy. Very nice and hiendly
Service has been reliable & professional.
I believe once a week garbage collection is sufficient for this house. The village does a great job! Thank you.
Great Service - One Of The Things That Makes Glencoe Special!
excellent service
Please leave as is. I lived in Winnetka for 6 month., including this last summer, and hated once a week pickup - lots of smelly
garbage piling up.
Would be nice to have recycling back door pick up.
We need twice a week - it would be a disaster not to have 2 a week.
You Do A Good Job ! Thanks For AU Your Efforts! We Like The 2-Day A Week Pick Up.
 We would like to keep 2 day garbage pickup.
 keep hvice weekly and pay a little more.
 If you go to once a week you need to provide a large garbage cart You should eliminate backyard service and stay 2 per
 week. Everyone can get their trash to the curb.
 We have found that animals invade any garbage pIaced even in tightly closed cans if put out overnight And we don't want
 garbage in the garage-detached- in the heat or cold. Fewer collections mean more animals.

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We would like the 'at the door' service, but it seems that everyone leaves their garbage at the street So we do the same. I am
not sure the collectors know that we have this service.
The Winnetka residents that I have spoken to hate the once weekly pick-up and are envious of our twice a week. The
problem is smelly overloaded garbage cans and animals hying to get into the garbage. I am against this proposal!
Everyone is wonderful.
We should keep things as they are.
Personnel are rude and display unacceptable attitude
I t i k our village provides excellent garbage collection service. I would like a place to throw away old computers.
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In the last two years I've noticed a much improved garbage collection. Also since most store o w garbage cans in the garage
the twice weekly pickup keeps pests, smells and the weight of the cans down, all of which are pluses that would be lost with
once a week pick up.
Excellentjust as it is, I hope nothing is changed.
I would not change thecurrent fine service we get I believe the costs are reasonable for the services currently provided.
Ils unbelievable that we pay so much in taxes & our garbage pick up will be cut in half. I don't want to pay additional for 2x's
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weekly but if I must?
Why not just keep it as is - it works well?
Leaf & yard waste should be billed extra. I often see people who pay for landscapers utilize this service. Can you eliminate the
annual spring cleanup since you offer the special pickup program to decrease costs.
love it as is!
Recycling program is excellent!
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I think we have GREAT garbage services. HOWEVER - can you please think about scheduling the special spring clean-up
days at some time other than the most beautiful 2 spring weeks of the year. Every year o w beautiful village looks AWFUL
when the spring trees are at their peak How about doing the pick up in April. Please please think about this.
This Seems Silly. In A Community As Affluent As Glencoe, The Additional Cost Of Doing 2x Weekly Pickup For The Whole
Town Is Pretty Minimal.
We need 2 day garbage Pick up Please don?t go to once a week
Pass The Cost A Long Fee Based Only It Is Still A Very Nice Service To Have. Also Taking Account The Tonnage stays the
same.
1strongly urge the village to continue twice weekly garbage pick-up
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For Families With Children Still In Diapers - We Have Two Multiple Pick Ups Are Essential. Forcing These Families To Now
'Pay Extra' Arguably Is A Quasi-Tax In Having Young Children.
Although we have no children in the household, we have many family &friends who visit as well as parties at the house.
For a family of 5 we depend on the 2x week pickup.
In my opinion the cost is very low 90 x 4 = 360 / yr. for GREAT SERVICE! (does that price include pensions and other soft
costs.?)
We need W / Week garbage collection, as we have 3 children and we generate a lot of refuse.
 Please continue 2 pick up per week!
Our garbage collector, Charlie, is great
 The health of the population & wild life in our surroundings are positively influenced by well executed garbage &Recycle
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 pickups. Do not offer / twice per week you'll get same garbage on longer/ day pickups.
 Excellent service. Please continue programs as is. Charge for service appropriately.
Strong preference for continued twice - a - week pick-up on a village - wide basis.
 I really like the senrice just the way it is. Your current level of service is excellent
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Stay as is
I hope you do not do away with twice a week pickup especially during any holiday.
I hope the Trustees decide to keep the twice weekly pick up service.
I like that the garbage picks up twice weekly. That is one of the reason with like it here. I once have a pick up 3 times a
week.
Please keep twice a week senrice! It would be very helpful to know which whole days are observed that require a change in
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pickup date may publish/distribute a card with dates of change in senrice.
We Have A Private Landscaper who Removes Our Yard Waste And leaves at our expense.
I'd rather give up yard waste pickup than= a week garbage pickup. We pay as much in taxes for services never used (i.e
schools, community center) I would much rather have these basic needs W a week and pay extra.
Village does an excellent job.
They are fine the way they are! Very Happy.
The village, like other villages, should offer 2 pickups of garbage & one Recycle pickup each week There should be a charge
for all other Services.
How about eliminating the'backdoor' Feature of garbage collection &requiring resident to bring garbage to curb. Could this
reduce manpower &costs &keep to W / week features.
It seems families are constantly being placed in conflict with non-families. All residents should support the town. Any large
family will need hvice weekly pickup and it appears some residents want to only pay for what they need from the town! We
all need to pay property taxes which should support village services -we should not be able to say we will only pay for the
services we use. Keep the current system.
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In regard to 2+3 in section I We almost weekly or every other week have family & grand children to our house. Our garbage
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The future is great Refuse fluctuates to hvice a week is very helpful. The workers are courteous, gracious, e t . Save money
else where!
We frequently have difficulty getting our garbage picked up. Although we place it in the same spot for pick-up on Mondays,
Thursdays. We sometimes need to call public works for pick-up. I would estimate we have this problem once every 6 to 8
weeks.
I have been very proud with the senrice - and they keep getting better - I like the current recycle program &would be open to
additional services.
Village crews are very good.
Special pickup would be very important if annual pickup was eliminated.
Although we enjoy the =/week garbage pick up, we could find way better uses for the estimated $9O/Quarter.
The pick up is not flexible. if the garbage is not out by 7:00 AM. Sometimes 715 is too late & they won't come back
 We love the twice a week garbage pick-up, but if reduced to once a week we would have to purchase multiple garbage cans to
 hold the waste. At both pick-ups (Tues/Fri) our garbage can is over flowing.
 leave service as is. increase quarterly fee.
 I would love to see a beefed up educational program on recycling. Most of the households Isee (while visiting) DO NOT
 recycle most of the materials that could be recycled! Isee a lot of recyclables in garbage cans while I walk the dogs too.
 I Have Noticed Several Capable Neighbors Having Back Door Pick-Up. This Practice Should Be Eliminated. I They Can Get
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 To The grocery store, certainly they can walk to the curb!
 I feel that it is most unfair that I should pay for recycling when I am not using the service. I am 88 years old + have lived in
 Glencoe for over 50 years. I should not have to pay this fee.
 I believe residents would generate less trash if a once a week pickup was instituted with a more comprehensive recycling
 program like Hparks.
 Our thanks to the workers in this program-they are dependable and careful! Also those of us at the low end of the income
 spectrum in Glencoe should be able to opt for once a week pickup should rates continue to escalate.
 The Toxic Waste That Accumulates Has No Place To Go. I Can Remember One Year Only That Glencoe Had A Day To Collect
 I t Swansee Is Not Helpful Or Available.
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They do a great job!
Please do not give up the recycling program!
Sometimes I think they could be a bit more careful. I o b n find garbage strewn around the cans. They are very pleasant, I am
generally very happy your service.
I do not think we should pay exba to have the 2x/week pick up. Glencoe needs to remain clean and the raccoons could
cause problem with garbage left too long!
We have four small children and we utilize both garbage privileges &the recycling. We usually max out all collections.
Glencoe is a family oriented community. Please reform options for those of us who are in a large waste producing phase in
our family.
To leave garbage in the garage for a full week is a health hazard no matter how tightly sealed.
Perhaps costs would decrease if all cans were at the curb, not in back. Eliminate the scooter first
garbage service is essential 2 times a week to avoid animals and pests. Will pay for exba day.
Do not change current schedule of pick-up.
Since we have always had twice a week don't know how once would be.          -
Why do we have to drive mini carts to back doors? Make people take bash to thecurb ? If you reduce number of day's, will
you then increase the number of bash bins each house gek?
Scott-preview these surveys for bias in the future.
Exclusively use 3rd party vendors. For every type of service. Glencoe owns way too many special service vehicles. And those
wonderful salaries + pension plans! Combine conback with other nearby villages. Hire Waste Management and use our
police department to ride with them and carefully monitor their performance. They can break off these duties when they get
a police/fire/EMT call. There are a lot of things in Illinois, larger than Glencoe, that get the job done with a much smaller tax
base. Don't sell all the snow plows.
Twice weekly garbage pickup helps keep under conbol problems with raccoons, flies and odors. Raccoons can carry rabies.
Even if one triple wraps garbage, raccoons break into the garbage. Please continue twice weekly garbage pickup. We are
wiling to pay for i t Thank you.

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Outsource the service or stop paying pensions. All private businesses have stopped pensions. They offer 40% or similar
programs. This conbols cosk. Pension cosk will continue to rise as people live longer.
Why would it cost 6 times more to have twice a week pickup than once a week pick u p ?
Would going to 'curbside' rather than 'back door' make a difference ? Curbside is fine with us.
You should have a third option: To leave it just they way it is at the current $38.80 or whatever amount you need to continue
twice a week universally.
 Pepe is great!
 What about a 2nd collection every other week 1 We would need to have an exba can if it is only once a week ! There is too big
 of a difference b/w 15.00 & 90.00.
 If we go to once-a-week garbage pick-up can we go to larger containers for waste? What we have now is too small for once a
 week.
Twice a week service guarantees garbage will not stand around 6 mos of the year. I will be happy to pay for exba service.
 If once a week pick-up cosk $15 per quarter, why does twice a week pick-up cost 6 times as much or $901
 Rubbish pick-up is $30 now. Will it increase to $38.80 in the future? If so, then the difference is only a $35.20 increase/year.
 The survey says $15 vs. $90 -misleading! The $38.80 includes everything. WHAT? Are you proposing that a once/week
 choice does not include the other bash sources?
 We are 2 elderly people who presently pay extremely high real estate taxes for schools we have not utilized for (23) years.
 Besides this fact, our R.E. taxes are constantly increased by the consbuction of new homes by we assume egomaniacs who
 tear down smaller homes to build huge mansions usually occupied by a very small family. Where is the sense to this?
 You 'slanted' this survey to support a reduced garbage pick up program. We want it to stay the same, twice a week, for the
 estimated fee of $38.80
 I love getting the garbage out of my house twice a week, but I don't know it Pm willing to pay the exba fees - maybe I would
 in the spring a summer when the garbage stink. Could that be an alternative? Also, the garbage collection staff could be a
 little neater about their work They never place the top back on my garbage can and when ips raining it becomes a mess.
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We might see l x a week in winter, 2x a week from April to Oct Would that be an option ?
Please do not change the pickup. I do not want to pay disproportionately for 2x week pick up. But having it 2x a week cuts
down on problems with raccoons and other vermin.
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I garbage is collected once weekly, will you take 2 bags?
Prefer present service of 38.80 for 2 pickups. Most of the time 1can manage one pickup but several times a year I absolutely
need two.
I would prefer my current service regarding garbage, etc than a 514 M community center improvement?
Certainly the $38.00 is worth the money for 2x week However, $90.00 seems like an unjustified increase for the same service
compared to other areas that pick up garbage 2x a week. Did you consider residents putting garbage cans curbside to reduce
labor costs. Also allow garbage cans to be larger for once a week pickup.
Wonderful services!
Recycling: Sometimes they miss our house. Sometimes they knock over the full container and leave it without collection.
Can't we use a garbage pickup system of curbside containers similar to the recycling program? I would think that would save
substantial dollars.
Sometimes the 65-gallons recycling cart is not sufficient for our needs.
I feel very fortunate to have been able to reside in Glencoe where the services have been so wonderful. Thank you! It wiU be
50 years in May.
Your crews are terrific and we feel very fortunate to have twice weekly pick up for the last 24 yrs. Right up to our house, too,
with no ugly kash cans all over the neighborhood.
I have found your employers who handle garbage pick-up very pleasant and helpful. I enjoy the hvice weekly pick-up but am
willing to by the once a week service. Our taxes keep escalating.
Our garbage collector is terrific and friendly!


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Can definitely get rid of Recycling Program and 2nd day per week pick-up of garbage.
Once a week pickup would be adequate for our household.
We think Stuart is fabulous! Please let him know.
Best village idea = big recycling containers. Wonderful, as most waste is recyclable cartons, etc!
Please retain all additional services if necessary on a fee basis. l x week - every week pick up is important
Once a week garbage collection is fine. We have lived in many different areas in IL and other states as well. In sevenbeen years
of being a home owner, this community is the only to offer 2x week service.
I would we willing to go to once a week garbage pick up if we were allowed to here larger garbage cans.
Our collector, Everett is friendly and professional and does an excellentjob.
Would like additional bash pickup at around Chrisbnas, Easter, Thanksgiving (Chanukah, Passover). 'FaU Clean-Up.'
We would be glad to go to once - a - week service assuming the cost reduction is passed through.
Change to l x a week garbage'curbside' pick up!
Pick up is Tuesdays &Fridays. I have at the most one full paper bag once a week Holidays maybe more. Sometimes no bag.
Sometimes l / 2 bag.
Garbage collection for our house is only needed May-Nov. Nov-May we are away.
 Ideally once a week pick-up would be adequate but would there be an option to call the city if the garbage piled up (after a
 holiday) or is there access to the city dump?
 Your cover letter suggests that maintaining current services will cost an additional 59 per quarter or $36 per year. Glencoe
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 residents passed two referenda in the last year one for schools, one for the community center, adding more than 51000 to the
 tax levy. This survey for $36 seems ridiculous!
 I hate the leaf vacuum program. It is so smelly it is hard to walk.
 Sometimes careless and garbage is on the skeet Sometimes recycling kucks damage stone walls around properly.
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 Have you considered the stickers that HP uses. You must have a garbage sticker for every garbage can so you pay by the
 amount of garbage you have. The stickers are inconvenient BUT an older one garbage can household would pay less than our
 many children household- and that is fair.
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Good job overall.
How about the potion of a second pick-up for buying stickers for about B/sticker.
My preference would be for the village to keep W/wk garbage, but I would participate in the lx/wk (NOT pay $90 for 2x) if
the change were made.
I usually only put recycling out once in two weeks.
I favor a yard waste collection program on Wednesdays between March and November only. No yard waste pickup Dec-
February.
All my neighbors use landscape services and put their fall leaves on the curb. I pay my landscaper to take and dump my
leaves. The wind blows and the neighborhood leaves blow all over my lawn.
I appreciate having garbage pick up twice a week, but I am uncertain if I would pay $90 a quarter for two times.
My lawn service in supposed to take care of some of the yard waste.
We would need a larger garbage can if once a week. Any thought to providing one like waste management?
AU expenses i.e. properly tax, eL. going so high. Once a week is fine!
You're great!
I would appreciate knowing that in the fall the leaves will be picked up at least once every ten days. When it takes longer the
grass under the leaves starts dying. As a result I have had the parkway resodded or reseeded several times.
Would be willing to put garbage at curb for pickup to save money (same as recycling).
The employees are very friendly and hardworking.
No need for village employees to go into garages to get garbage. Once a week is fine with us.
Great service - for 24 years!
Thank you for your excellent service!
We would like better notice of the date for the spring clean-up pickup.
I garbage collection went down to l x per week, the city should let garbage be placed in a container the same size as the
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provided recycling container. The issue becomes that of odor in the garage.
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I believe our current system works great I'd hate to see any changes made.
We are really very happy with the way things are!
Recycling once a week is extremely important to us.
The yard waste 6c leaf pick up should become optional for an additional fee, just like twice a week garbage collection. Why
treat these differently? Let the users support i t It's only fair.
We are disappointed that the fees have gone up so dramatically.
The problem is we have too many recyclables (way too many ) for one container. We need another recycle container d could
do without a second regular garbage pickup.
Our only problem arose when our regular collector went on vacation, we had difficultieswith the temporary collector.
Should be allowed to have larger garbage cans.
With all due respect it is difficult to imagine that the enormous property tax burden in Glencw fails to support two garbage
pickups. This is an additional tax on young families.
During warn months 2x is more important than during colder months.
Wed. yard waste doesn't work every week. Current collection/recycling pgms. are excellent
I need two recycling bins.
$90 runs a little expensive quarterly.
 I have lived in this house since 1963 and have had many run-ins with raccoons. I keep garbage in the house until pick-up day
 -so once a week wouldn't work.
 Having a second clean up day (Fall in addition to Spring) would be nice, even if it means a higher fee to homeowners.
This is disappointing. I would encourage process efficiency improvement before rate increase.
 Our collectors always as a great job.
 RECYCLE, RECYCLE, RECYCLE! Back door garbage collection service is excellent
 I would prefer to pay the extra money and remain with 2X weekly collection.

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It is worth extra cost to get quality service from village employees. Waste management recycling service is poor by
comparison to garbage senrice but adequate.
Please keep 2 days a week. We have a bad raccoon problem and 1Day a week would make it worse.
Rich is our collection man. He is courteous, hard working & real gentleman - good man.
Am very satisfied. Sanitation workers from village are always helpful, courteous.
Do we get Wednesday yard refuse pickup at our address? We've never seen anybody.
We need pickup twice per week.
They are terrific!
Ed, our garbage man is wonderful!!
Love it!
The men who pick up the garbage and recyclables are very efficient and courteous. I hope they can continue to give us
excellent service !
Since we can't leave garbage outside due to raccoons/wind/etc, ifs important to have the ability to get rid of smelly trash
                                                                                          then 2x/week is essential due to
(diapers, fish, etc.) more than once a week If you are planning on getting rid of recyclin~
volume and trash. Thank you for asking our opinion.
To me, this survey is written to 'assume the result; of going to once a week service. A'fair survey' would haw included an
option to continue the current service level, at continuing increased prices -not just the '$9L?-go-it-alone.'
Twice-a-week background pickup is a wonderful service benefiting a community like Glencoe. Considering the average real
estate tax bill most Glencoe homeowners pay. Why would anyone object to paying a little more to retain twice -a-week
pickup? At least this is a service we pay for that actually benefits us and keeps the community cleaner.
Why would property taxes not decline if reduce services to lx/week? If they would not decline, why should 100%of the
support for property taxes be allocated to the once a week pick-up, since the current level of property taxes is leveled for
twice a week service.

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You have unfairly loaded #3 in favor if once a week pick up! With all of the wildlife we now have in the village, with all of the
new viruses showing up, having rotten table waste sitting 7 days a week, especially with global warming is just a lousy idea.
I definitely prefer to have them as they are!
Question 3A states the differential from 2 to 1having $23.80 with property tax support then states $75 being the differential.
This is confusing - is that assuming tax support is lost? Lets hear the whole story!
Recycling service is marginal and the staff is lazy.
How about an option of twice weekly during the summer (when garbage smells) or twice if suddenly needed.
This fee increase is objectionableand too high! We produce enough garbage for the twice weekly pick up and don?t
appreciate the increase.
Any savings will be greatly appreciated.
Gardner handles leaf and stick pick up.
We hope you will continue to employ our public works people. They are kind, considerate and extremely helpful always. The
leaf program is a disaster. We often have leaf debris all winter.
Great village service you are the best!! Thank you.
The recycle containers do not hold enough.
Make no changes to present system.
Not certain that we would pay $90 for two pickups. Would certainly pay $50. The design of this survey is quite biased,
because it is not possible to vote in favor of the status quo.
 Please keep 2x per week!!!
 We recycle much more than 'trash.' Perhaps encouraging people to recycle more and use trash compactors &garbage
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If the village would permit large garbage containers, we could have once weekly service. For a family of 6, current constraints
do not allow once weekly service.
See above on recycling I wonder whether the recycling even actually geb re-separated. I would prefer to have 3 rollable bins:
paper, plastic, glass. l'd feel sure that they are actually recycling the material. I am a skeptic.
We Support Current Level Of Service With Twice A Week Pick Up.
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The Service Excellent Now. Donlt Screw It Up By Going The American Route Of 'How Cheap Can This B Done?' We Doubt
Your Figures Are Accurate. True Savings Exist If Kenilworth, Winnetka & Glencoe Combine Village Administration.
What about looking at option of pick up Px/wk but not'backdoor' senrice but putting garbage at end of driveway or
curbside.
I still want twice pick up. Do not raise fees! Taxes and fees are high enough! I am very pleased with our present service!
We (and our neighbors) brings out garbage cans to the parkway for pick-up.
Why nickel and dime us? If we can afford a 14 million community center we can afford hash pick up!
I would like the twice a week program to remain at a modest increase. Your garbage service question is a loaded question.
You need a third choice.
Please Leave It The Way It Is At The present Time!
Question 3b is poorly worded and confusing. The choice I prefer is to see my twice weekly garbage fees go from $48.45 per
quarter to $57.80 per quarter. I DO NOT prefer either of the options provided in question 3b.
The Proposed Fee For Twice A Week Garbage Pick Up b Too High. How Can The Fee Increase From The Fee Of 36.80 To
$901.
Don't Refuse My 2nd Refuse!
Not Enough Info. How Many Garbage Cans Would We Be AbleTo put Out If We Go To A Ix Per Week Pick Up. What Would
We Save By Doing Curbside Garbage Instead Of Backdoor Pick Up.
please do not change current service!!!
Ilikeit theway itis.

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I Think What We Have Now Is Great I Think Garbage Will Build Up On The Oubide Of Peoples Homes If Changed to Once
Per Week Donlt Fix WhaCs Not Broke!!
Keep it like it is!
I am opposed to this.We absolutely need twice weekly pick up and now we will have to pay 90.00 quarterly in it? This is
ouhageous.
There is No logic in asking for a 6 times increase for Twice a week Pickup.
Due to the fact that we spend 10 months out of state would an adjustment be possible?
If you cut services it would be almost necessary to have cenhal garbage/hash location where residenb could take
overflowing, smelly trash to themselves to get rid of i t My Winnetka friends hate their Garbage collection plan. We don't
want dumpsters around village and behind businesses filled with residents looking for a place to rid of overflowing trash nor
d o we want to see more placed along the lagoon's barrels.
We love Ed!!!
 I would like to continue with the twice weekly service.
 The twice weekly garbage pick-up is one the very few exha tangible services that we receive here that we did not receive in
 our prior community where our tax rates were a small fraction of what they are here. Given the huge amount we pay in taxes
 it really would be aggravating to have to give up one of the only exha services we receive.
 Please do better job sending out notice for annual spring clean up day, we never know when it is. Also, when does weekly
 Wed. Pick u p start?
 Love the Recycling Program!
 Would probably need 2nd weekly pick-up in the summer. We seen to entertain more + have kids home more in summer and
 hash smells if left in summer. How about seasonal differences in collection 1
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Should collection go to l x weekly, the collectors should make more of an effort to pick it up. Sometime a car is sitting in the
driveway by accident, but they will not go around it to get to the cans.
I love 2x weekly, If the 2nd pickup became optional I would try once weekly first and if not working out then add on 2nd day.
Maybe another thought process is to keep twice weekly garbage pickup but change for yard waste & leaf pick-up. We do not
use either because we have a landscape service that properly charges us as well.
Possible'split the baby' solution. Our garbage needs aremore extensive in summer than winter. Odor and animal issues
more prevalent Could have once a week and twice a week season.
I think you should not try to get too fancy customizing this.The cost of differentiation is wasted money. Keep full service and
bill everyone to keep total costs down per average household.
What is wrong with keeping it as it is for $38.80 & $617
Compare costs with Wilmette who went to once week several years ago. Almost no one opted for the second weekly pick up.
The curbside recycling program collects so much material that once a week pick up of garbage is more feasible, I think, even
for larger households. But it should be at the back door or wherever it has been until now, not at curbside.
Would Like the option of 2nd pick up in the summer at a lower fee. This is necessary due to problems with raccoons and
garbage smells in the warm weather.
We feel the village garbage collection services are excellentxlean, reliable, friendly-recycling curbside is a w o n d e f i
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program and we will try once a week pick up. I not adequate we'll opt for the second choice. Thank you for taking such good
care of
For us- curbside recycling on Thunday obviates the necessity of Thursday garbage pick up.
Love that garbage pickup can be from next to my garage at the rear of the properly.
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We don?t need garbage pick up hvice a week. With only two of us here, Teresa Chapman.
I love the spring cleanup option. I would like a shredding program.
Came to Glencoe in 1925. Things go well would like to live out my days here. Thanks.
Would it be possible to opt for twice a week pick- u p during the summer, but not during the other seasons7
Please don't change the currents stem It works great for all the families (with children at home) who enjoy Glencoe &are
home a lot & entertain children J a d u i t s a lot & have a need for twice a week pick-up.
I refer to our repeated conversation.
I have lived in Glencoe since 1969 and in the last 32 years I can't recall when I have ever had more than a once a week pick up.
As for the annual curbside disposal day in May, I have utilized this about three times since 1969, though, I do plan to use it
this year. My recycle bin is out about once a month.
33 years-excellent service at fair price.
Thanks for doing this survey !
Your service dept employees are great Friendly, helpful and on time every very week Well done.
 Please provide our collector with all reasonable opporhlnities to continue his employment and collect benefits! He's the best
 !!!
 We only use the Friday pick up now !
 We have 8 grand children visiting. sleepovers, eating. etc. Not all 8 come, b u t we have 2-3 per week on average.
 Please keep W per week. Once a week will result in more Animal problems.
 Pleased with service for 42 years !
 Excellent service ! R Bodken
 I would like to suspend recycling. yard waste and leaf collection service to save money-not twice -a-week pickup!
 Back door service is important so raccoons and other animals don't cause kash to be skewn around town.
 It is excellent We appreciate all that you do!

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I am extremely satisfied w/ the service that I currently receive.
Excellent service. The men used are excellent as well, always cordial, always neat, always nice.
I like it the way it is !
There are some basic services that govt should provide -garbage is one of them-I would like to see once a week at no charge,
with 2nd pickup charged for ifdesired.
Keep twice a week !
I keep the garbage outside of the house and garage and would probably need an additional garbage can if picked u p only
once a week We also do recycle quite a bit !
These quarterly increases are nominal. The service is excellent and should continue. Once a week senrice may a cause a
rodent problem to develop. Not worth the savings.
It's great now.
I like the service the way it is now, but would pay an additional to keep it the way it is. Thank you.
Please keep twice a weekservice!
Please continue twice a week garbage collection. Once a week would be smelly and horrible. I would rather lose leaf
collection or freec o l l ~ t i o n anything but this terrible downgrade.
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Raccoon problems throughout Glencoe are prominenL The order over a week would be horrible - not enough space to store
inside (which is the only way to avoid raccoon problems).
Would Like to keep things as is.
Whatever you do, please do not require that refuse bins be moved to the curbside.
Keep the 2 times a week collection.
We wish recycling were twice a week.
It would be nice to be able to use a big garbage can similar to the recycling cans we have. Once a week would be ok then.
We like thecurrent arrangement of senrices ! They work beautifully for us and we do not what any changes!!!
Prefer pickups remain the same and costs remain the same.
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 I am a bit surprised and disappointed by t h i s potential action. We moved here in July 2004 and have seen tax increases,
 reassesmenk, and now the village is looking is looking to cut senrices further. Whals at the heart of this?
 I feel the current 'sprint pick-up program' fees are excessive.
 We strongly reject the biased survey that you have drafted that offers the same service at greatly increased costs. Why don't
 you publish a survey that isn't so biased!! With fewer garbage pickups and a leash law for cats, have you considered a
 survey on vermin?
 I don't understand question 3b. Isn't the issue whether w e would prefer to keep the existing structure or go to the new
 structure described in 3bl I would prefer to keep things as they are. Why single out those of us who need 2x/week pickup?
 We all pay for village senrices that we don't personally use (e.g. drainage remediation issues, emergency services, various
 holiday celebrations, sports field and equipment maintenance).
 This questionnaire was improperly designed to exclude the option of continuing the current policy, thereby presuming
 residents' approval of the proposed new options. This is not an open, fair approach.
 Since we do not use the recycling service it would be unfair to charge us for a second pickup.
 We d o notwant the garbage collection service to change. We want our garbage to the picked u p twice a week for the quarterly
 fee of $38.80.
 The current $38.80 for twicea-week is preferable.
 OubouICe, You did not even consider it in this survey-Forget the cost of labor-Just the capital cost in equipment would be
 significant
 One of the things I have loved since moving to Glencoe in 1990 are the level of services provided-we are willing to pay for
 twice a week garbage collection, just as we are happy to pay for the special pick-up. The senrice ibelf is invaluable.
 They do not do a clean jobthey do a fast job. We often have to clean up after them.
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I like twice a week garbage pick up!
We prefer the convert twice a week collection for $38. It would be unfair to add a once a week option if that would require us
to pay $90 for the twice a week service.
On occasion (4 to 5 x yr ) someone forget to pickup the garbage & I have to call the village for someone to et i t This is a
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problem if I don?t notice until after villa e hall closes. I do not have a garage so there is nowhere to store &e uncollected
garbage. One day a week pickup could L a problem since I don't have a garage. The raccoons at night make quite a mess if
garbage is uncollected.
I wish there was a container the rodenb could not eat through and that we could keep our garbage oubide - There is not
room in the garage.
Very happy with current garbage collection services! (Especially 2 time collection)
We could adjust to one pick up a week but two is very nice - it is comfortable to know that in 2 days we can get rid of out
hash.
Glencoe garbage collection is a model for the way all municipal services should be performed. The workers are consistently
efficient, courteous & helpful.
Our garbage collection man is so nice - he does a terrific job and is always very friendly + kind
They do a great job + are friends I
I'm very happy with thelevel of service. Thank you for letting us leave our garbage cans by our garage.
Tend to not completely empty garbage container.
We would be happy with Friday -only garbage collection. Thank you for offering this cost savings and more efficient use of
public service.
Especially in summer months - the garbage smells tenibly after only a few days - twice a week service is essential !!!
If Glencoe charges to oncea-week -large animal-proof garbage cans (similar to recycling) - should be provided by the city.
(1) If kaveling on a short business hip one missed collection with twice per week means 7 days between collections; with once
per week pick-up 14 days between collections. (2) If Glencw needs to save money, why pick up garbage at the curb? (3) If
money is so tight, relain current services, but tax non-residenb - example: parking tax for botanical gardens. (4) Not all
residenb use the schools or the community center, but all pay. Why shouldn't all pay for continued garbage collection
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Oncea-week, curbside garbage collection is fine. One additional benefit would be summertime uune, July, Aug) 2 x per week
collection at curbside. Keep recycling, leaf collection and l x per year Cleanup in program.
Pickup once a week is best Two times a week is excessive. Let those who need it pay for it - also garbage containers should be
at street end of driveway, not at garage door.
Recycling is very important to us.
I would like to be able to throw loose garbage in the can.
The garbage men do a great job.
Service has been excellent
We are away four months a year & require no service during that period. Js there an allowance for no garbage pickup.?
Think it is good. I think Monday bial w/ cost change or one month wood be a good idea &really wouldn't know before
trying i t
The significance of expansion of recycling (i.e. what can be recycled) more than justifies a move to once a week garbage
collection. I would love to see a second fall clean up day.
 2x week garbage is very convenient The additional cosb may be prohibitive for some residenb.
 "If the village would provide refuse containers similar to the recycling program's containers, once a week service would be
 sufficient"
 I wish the collectors were not so picky with the garbage. Most of the time we have our garbage neatly in plastic bags. But
 occasionally a raccoon makes a mess inside the can and then the garbage is not always taken.
 Thevillage Curbside Recycling Program J Very Important To Us. We May Have To Go To 3 Garbage Bins If We Go To A
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 OnceA-Week Pick Up For Regular Garbage.
 We would prefer the current service continue.
 Once a week garbage seems ok as long as 2nd available at cost
 Thanks for doing such a great job!!
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I Do Not Like The Mid May Spring Clean Up Because Of The PeopleThat It Brings To Town That Search ThoughThe
Discarded Items. (Special Pick Up S/B At No Charge Once Annually And Eliminate The Spring Clean Up)
I the village goes to once per week garbage pick up please provide us with a large bin (same size as recycling bin) as
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Winnetka does for our garbage.
Encourage recycling by charging based upon how many wraps of garbage are used (stickers?).
I am very pleased with the system we have. I would pay move lo maintain 2x week but thedifference between $15.00 &
$90.00 is a bit steep.
Wish the spring cleanup was later than mid May.
I am in favor of 1time per week pick up.
Outstanding -the men are great !!!
Both garbage & recycling collection on the same day is more desirable for us.
Oops! Found my answer in the cover letter!
We would like to keep the twice a week garbage pick u p like it is now.
Once a week garbage collection would be great !
I do wish I did not have to take recycling to the curb.
Server has been excellent-no complaint for any bit
The spring clean u p concept should be expanded to include more than one time in the spring and two times in the fall.
If you go to a lx/wk pick up, then the pick up day should fall in the middle of the week
 Landscapers should be warned with village flyers not to blow fall leaves onto gutters, curbside or parkway. As they charge
for 'clean up' in fall for hauling away leaves they should cut their fee if they blow the leaves out to parkway for village to
vacuum away. Also, landscapers should use quieter blowers as the Wilmette village has a law limiting the noise level
generated by landscapers' equipment Glencoe should have one too.
I would gladly pay an additional $11 to keep the current service levels. Why wasn't this an option on this survey? It seems a
vocal minority is getting a lot of attention for a small issue. It really seems like this was worded with a predetermined
outcome in mind.
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I like the current system.
Garbage collection s e ~ c e have always been excellent A family of 2 could easily do with one pick-up a week but I have my
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doubts about larger families who dispose of so much.
Leaf collection is important but it is only as good as how promptly it is collected. Otherwise the wind takes it back from
where it was taken!
Other possible cost saving measures 1) curbside collection of garbage (similar bins to recycling) 2) Elimination of trash weeks
in spring - village looks terrible and all sorts of junk dealers troll the streets. 3) Charge for special pick ups.
I think yard waste and especially leaf collection should be paid for on an individual basis. I resent paying for leaf collection
for my neighbors as our leaves are hauled away and our neighbor's' blow into our yard, in addition - it is unsightly.
Nice job on the survey.
Our collector is very good !
Could I do twice a week in the summer when all my kids are home & not every quarter?
Does the whole village have to go to a (lx week) or (2x week) for garbage pick-up? Can some households choose the plan
they want?
I thank that the fonn in which question 38 was asked will skew your responses. I think that most people would pay the $39
for twice weekly pick up.
I wish we could either be issued or allowed to purchase larger garbage can with lids like the recycling program the animals
easily knock over the smaller allowed cans.
We have been very pleased with services, particularly recycling. We recycle much more since the larger containers have been
provided.
What would it cost to provide twice a week pickup at the curb7 Once a week is not good from health/sanitation standpoint &
increases animal nuisance. $90 is much too much to pay for the extra pickup or a small amount of waste.
I have Lived in Glencoe for 32 years & appreciate all the s e ~ c e that the village offers - including the twice weekly garbage
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pick-up. Please don't charge! Thank you, Shamn.
Garbage collectors are very courteous & friendly

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                  Village of Glencoe

                   Board Agenda Memorandum




DATE PREPARED:    November 10, 2006

MEETING DATE:     November 16, 2006

AGENDA SUBJECT:   Consideration of Actuarial Reports for the Police Pension and
                  Firefighter’s Pension Funds for the Fiscal Year ending
                  February 28, 2006

RECOMMENDATION:   That the Village Board review and accept the Actuarial
                  Reports


Background:       Each year actuaries retained by the Village evaluate the
                  Glencoe Police Pension Fund and the Glencoe Firefighter’s
                  Pension Fund in order to determine the amount of property
                  tax support required to adequately fund obligations of both
                  funds. These reports are typically completed, then first
                  reviewed by the Pension Fund Boards and then presented to
                  the Village Board each year prior to the adoption of the
                  annual Tax Levy Ordinance. Copies of the 2006 reports for
                  the Police Pension Fund and Firefighter’s Pension Fund were
                  forwarded to the Village Board with the November 3 Friday
                  Report and copies are again enclosed for further review.

                  Presented for consideration is the actuarial valuation report
                  based upon the Fiscal Year ending February 28, 2006. Since
                  last year’s report, staff surveyed surrounding communities
                  concerning the use of actuaries for pension fund valuations.
                  It was found that Glenview, Highland Park, Lake Forest,
                  Northbrook, Northfield, and Winnetka all used the same
                  actuary, Timothy W. Sharp (TWS). Staff solicited a proposal
                  from TWS to prepare the valuation for this year and found
                  his proposal to be substantially less expensive than the
                  proposal provided by Gabriel Roeder and Smith (GRS). Staff
                  followed up with Mike Kivi of GRS who stated that GRS
                  could not compete with the pricing by TWS.

                  TWS was given the prior actuarial report by GRS, the
                  Village’s Fiscal Year 2006 Annual Report to the Illinois
                  Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (DFPR),
                  and the DFPR’s actuarially determined tax levy.



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            TWS was not required to follow prior assumptions but was
            allowed to take a fresh look at the Glencoe Police Pension
            Fund. Included with this agenda is a copy of the report.
            Tim Sharpe will present his findings to the Board.

Analysis:   The following is a summary of the TWS actuarial report for
            the Police Pension Fund and the Firefighter’s Pension Fund.

            Police Pension Fund – The initial report suggests a minimum
            required levy of $911,136 (as a comparison, the State of
            Illinois is suggesting a $915,637 levy). This change would
            have represented a decrease from the Fiscal Year 2007
            funding level of $1,027,821 of $116,685 or 11.4%. The
            change was a result of the actuary using a 1971 mortality
            table versus the 1994 mortality table used last year.
            According to the actuary, the mortality rate of the Glencoe
            Police Pension Fund is still consistent with the 1971 table.

            Following presentation of these results, the Police Pension
            Board asked the actuary to update the original results by
            replacing the 1971 table with the 1994 table. This change
            represents an approximate extension of life expectancy by 5
            years and increases the minimum required levy to
            $1,224,798, a 19.2% increase from the Fiscal Year 2007
            funding level. Attached is a table from TWS comparing the
            original report to the revised report. The revision increases
            accrued liability of the Police Pension Fund from $27.7
            million to $32.1 million. Also attached is a history of assets
            to pension paid ratio from Fiscal Year 2002 (Exhibit I) and a
            funding history since Fiscal Year 2002 (Exhibit III).

            Consistent with the budget adopted last year, the
            preliminary budget for Fiscal Year 2008 includes a tax levy of
            $915,000 (based on the State of Illinois requirement) and the
            expenditure budget includes $1,224,798.

            Firefighter’s Pension Fund – TWS’s report suggests a
            minimum required levy of $15,924. This change would have
            represented an increase from the Fiscal Year 2007 funding
            level of $13,253 of $2,671 or 20.2%. There are a total of 4
            beneficiaries and no active employees in this fund. During
            Fiscal Year 2002, the ratio of assets to pensions paid was
            5.37. As of Fiscal Year 2006, this ratio is 5.35. Assets have
            decreased from $903,198 in Fiscal Year 2002 to $527,550 in
            Fiscal Year 2006 and pensions have decreased from
            $168,151 to $98,555 (see Exhibit II).

            The preliminary budget provides a tax levy of $15,924 to be
            retained by the General Fund in the event of future need. In
            addition to the $527,550 in assets held by the Firefighter’s



                                                                        2
                  Pension Fund, there was an additional $3,809 in the General
                  Fund as of February 28, 2006.

Recommendation:   That the Village Board review the actuarial reports for the
                  Glencoe Police Pension Fund and Glencoe Firefighter’s
                  Pension Fund as presented by Tim Sharpe, Actuary.

Motion:           No formal motion is necessary.




                                                                           3
October 6,2006


                                  VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
                                  Actuarial Valuation Results

POLICE                                         3/1/06
                                        Int:7.00% Int:7.00%
                                       Sal: 5.50%'    Sal: 5.50%~


1. Village Normal Cost                     381,600      48 1,767


2. Accrued Liability                    27,738,3 12   32,101,245


3. Assets                               17,113,735    17,113,735


4. Unfunded Liability/(Surplus)         10,624,577    14,987,510


5. Amortization of UL                      469,929       662,904


6. Interest for One Year                    59,607        80,127


7. Tax Levy Requirement                    9 11,136    1.224,798
   (1+5+6)

8. Payroll                               2,752,155     2,752,155


9. Percent Funded (312)                     61.7%         53.3%

' 1971 GAM
  1994 GAM




                   Timothy K Sharpe, Actuary, Geneva, IL (630) 262-0600
                                        Exhibit I
                                  Village of Glencoe
                                 Police Pension Fund
                        Assets to Pension Ratio Since FY 2002

                Total                   Ratio of Assets      % Change      % Change
   FY
   -          Assets (1)    Pensions (2) to Pensions         In Assets    In Pensions
  2002         14,419,420       686,227        21.01
  2003         14,677,643       875,613        16.76            1.8%        27.6%
  2004         15,198,703       864,764        17.58            3.6%        -1.2%
  2005         16,270,624       871,361        18.67            7.1%         0.8%
  2006         17,113,735       922,795        18.55            5.2%         5.9%

           Dollar Average Annual Change
           Percent Average Annual Change

Notes
(1)Source: Actuarial Valuation Reports.
(2)Source: Annual Village Audit.

                                        Exhibit II
                              Firefighter's Pension Fund
                        Assets to Pension Ratio Since FY 2002

                Total                      Ratio of Assets   % Change      % Change
   FY
   -          Assets (1)    Pensions 1 )
                                      2     to Pensions      In Assets    In Pensions
  2002            903,198       168,151         5.37
  2003            848,626       148,765         5.70           -6.0%        -1 1.5%
  2004            761,982       146,810         5.19          -1 0.2%        -1.3%
  2005            652,687       131,208         4.97          -14.3%        -1 0.6%
  2006            527,550        98,555         5.35          -1 9.2%       -24.9%

           Dollar Average Annual Change                          (93,912)     1
                                                                             ( 7,399)
           Percent Average Annual Change                      -1 0.4%     -1 0.3%

Notes
(1)Source: Actuarial Valuation Reports.
(2)Source: Annual Village Audit.




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                                                        Village of Glencoe
                                                  Police Pension Funding History

Contribution - Taxes             Tax Levy                                     Actuary (1 )                        ID01 (6)
  FY
  -      Contributed      Year        Extension      FY (2)      Report       Interest (3) Interest % % Funded    Amount
 2002      568,692 2000                 553,209 2000      493,015                50,684     10.3%         79.3%    1 14,651
 2003      591,167 2001                 585,478 2001      547,009                56,235     10.3%         76.0%    626,351
 2004      620,485 2002                 620,213 2002      600,386                61,722     10.3%         74.0%    655,590
 2005      775,590 2003                 773,985 2003      767,392                78,891     10.3%         66.4%    783,296
 2006      900,527 2004                 799,893 2004 (4)  957,335                92,390     9.7%          59.5%    792,217
 2007     1,027,821 2005 (5)            865,359 2005     1,027,821               99,193     9.7%          59.4%    855,034
 2008          TBD   2006                  TBD   2006         TBD                                                  915,637

Notes
(1)Based on GRS Reports.
(2)Fiscal year report results are based upon.
(3)Amount include to replace lost interest due to lag from FY Results to future FY contributions. ID01 amount does
   not include this factor.
(4)Significant changes to assumptions, including:
         a. Investment return from 7.5% to 7.0%
         b. Salary increase from 6.0% to 5.5%
         c. Mortality table changed to 1994 table
         d. Disability rates increased by 25%
         e. Average age of retirement reduced by one year

(5)Taxes extended in amount of 865,359,  expenditure budget includes $1,027,821.
(6)Amount of tax levy suggested by the State of Illinois



                                  Police Pension Funding History                                                     ~


            200,000       -

                  -                      I                I               I            I              I



                              2000           2001              2002           2003         2004 (4)        2005
                                                                  Liability FY




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            VILLAGE OF GLENCOE

      GLENCOE POLICE PENSION FUND



             Actuarial Valuation Report

                    For the Year

              Beginning March 1,2006

           And Ending February 28,2007




Timothy W. Sharpe, Actuary, Geneva, IL (630) 262-0600
TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Summary of Results

Actuarial Valuation of Assets

Asset Changes During Prior Year

Normal Cost

Accrued Liability

Tax Levy Requirement

Summary of Plan Participants

Duration

Projected Pension Payments

Summary of Plan Provisions

Actuarial Method

Actuarial Assumptions

GASB Statements No. 25 & 27 Disclosure
INTRODUCTION

Police-sworn personnel of the Village of Glencoe are covered by the Police Pension Plan that is a
defined-benefit, single-employer pension plan. The purpose of this report is to disclose the Tax
Levy Requirement and GASB Statements No. 25 & 27 financial information and related actuar-
ial information for the year beginning March 1,2006, and ending February 28,2007.

The valuation results reported herein are based on plan provisions in effect as of March 1,2006,
the employee data furnished by the Village, the financial data provided by the Fund's trustee and
the actuarial methods and assumptions described later in this report. I hereby certify that this re-
port is complete and accurate and fairly presents the actuarial position of the Fund as of February
28,2006, in accordance with generally accepted actuarial principles and procedures. In my opin-
ion, the assumptions used are reasonably related to the experience of the Plan and to reasonable
expectations.


Respectfully submitted,



Timothy W. Sharpe, EA, MAAA
Enrolled Actuary No. 05-4384



               Date
SUMMARY OF RESULTS

There were no changes with respect to Plan Provisions, Actuarial Methods or Actuarial Assump-
tions fiom the prior year. There was a change of Actuary from the prior year.

There were no unexpected changes with respect to the participants included in this actuarial
valuation (annual payroll increase 6.3%).

There were no unexpected changes with respect to the Fund's investments fiom the prior year
(annual investment return 7.96%).

The Village's Tax Levy Requirement has decreased fiom $1,027,821 last year to $9 11,136 this
year. The Percent Funded has increased from 59.4% last year to 61.7% this year.
SUMMARY OF RESULTS (Continued)

                                                    For Year Ending
                                                      February 28
                                                 2007                     2006
  Tax Levy Requirement                   $     911,136          $     1,027,821
                                                                          as of
                                                                       March 1
                                                                          2006
  Village Normal Cost                                                   381,600

  Anticipated Employee Contributions

  Accrued Liability

  Actuarial Value of Assets

  Unfunded Accrued Liabilityl(Surp1us)

  Amortization of Unfunded
  Accrued Liabilityl(Surp1us)

  Percent Funded

  Annual Payroll




              TAX LEVY REQUIREMENT
                                as of February 28
ACTUARIAL, VALUATION OF ASSETS

                                                                        as of
                                                                     March 1
                                                                       2006
 Money Market, NOW, IL Fund                                   $      374,4 15

 Certificates of Deposit

 Government Securities

 Mutual Funds

 Miscellaneous Receivablel(Payab1e)

 Actuarial Value of Assets




                    SUMMARY OF ASSETS
                             As Of March I,2006



                                      5.5%   Money Market, NOW, IL Fund
                                             Certificates of Deposit
                                             Government Securities
                                             Mutual Funds

                             44.4%
ASSET CHANGES DURING PRIOR YEAR

   Trust Balance as of March 1,2005

   Contributions
     Village
     Employee
     Total

  Payments
     Benefit Payments
     Expenses
     Total

   Investment Income

   Trust Balance as of March 1,2006

   Approximate Annual Rate of Return




      ASSET CHANGES DURING PRIOR YEAR


                                       I Balance as of March 1,2005
                                        Trust
                                        Contributions
                                        Payments
                                        Investment Income
                                       I Balance as of March 1,2006
                                        Trust
NORMAL COST

The Normal Cost is the actuarial present value of the portion of the projected benefits that are
expected to accrue during the year based upon the actuarial valuation method and actuarial as-
sumptions employed in the valuation.

                                                                                        as of
                                                                                      March 1
                                                                                        2006
   Total Normal Cost                                                         $        654,339

   Anticipated Employee Contributions

   Village Normal Cost

   Normal Cost Payroll

   Village Normal Cost Rate

   Total Normal Cost Rate




            NORMAL COST
             As Of March 1,2006




                                                      Anticipated Employee Contributions
                                                      Village Normal Cost
ACCRUED LIABILITY

The Accrued Liability is the actuarial present value of the portion of the projected benefits that
has been accrued as of the valuation date based upon the actuarial valuation method and actuarial
assumptions employed in the valuation. The Unfunded Accrued Liability is the excess of the
Accrued Liability over the Actuarial Value of Assets.

                                                                                        as of
                                                                                     March 1
   Accrued Liability                                                                    2006
     Active Employees                                                        $     15,660,080

      Children Annuities
      Disability Annuities
      Retirement Annuities
      Surviving Spouse Annuities
      Terminated Vested Annuities
      Total Annuities

   Total Accrued Liability                                                         27,738,3 12

   Actuarial Value of Assets                                                       17.1 13.735

   Unfunded Accrued Liability/(Surplus)                                      $      10.624.577

   Percent Funded                                                                       61.7%




            ACCRUED LIABILITY
                  As Of March 1,2006

            $30
            $25

                                                 I
       (0
       c
       -
       2
            $20
            $15
                                                 w Total Accrued Liability
                                                   Actuarial Value of Assets

       s                                         IUnfunded Accrued Liabilityl(Surplus)
            $10

             $5
             $0
TAX LEVY REQLTIREMENT

The Tax Levy Requirement is determined as the annual contribution necessary to h d the nor-
mal cost, plus the amount to amortize the u n h d e d accrued liability as a level percentage of pay-
roll over a forty (40) year period which commenced in 1993, plus an adjustment for interest.

                                                                                  For Year Ending
                                                                                      February 28
                                                                                             -
                                                                                             2007
  Village Normal Cost as of Beginning of Year                                    $        38 1,600

  Amortization of U n h d e d
  Accrued Liabilityl(Surp1us)

  Interest for One Year

  Tax Levy Requirement as of End of Year




                 TAX LEVY REQUIREMENT
               For Fiscal Year Ending February 28,2007




                                                            IVillage Normal Cost
                                                            IAmortization of UAL/(S)
SUMMARY OF PLAN PARTICIPANTS

The actuarial valuation of the Plan is based upon the employee data furnished by the Village.
The information provided for Active participants included:

   Name
   Sex
   Date of Birth
   Date of Hire
   Compensation
   Employee Contributions

The information provided for Inactive participants included:

   Name
   Sex
   Date of Birth
   Date of Pension Commencement
   Monthly Pension Benefit
   Form of Payment

 Membership                        2006
 Current Employees
   Vested                            24
   Nonvested                         -
                                     12
   Total                             36
                                     -
                                     -


 Inactive Participants                        Annual Benefits
    Children                          0 $                   0
    Disabled Employees                3              126,789
    Retired Employees                14              677,930
    Surviving Spouses                 9              16 1,334
    Terminated Vesteds                0
                                      -                     -
                                                            0
    Total                            26
                                     -
                                     -               966,053

 Annual Payroll                           $        2,752,155
SUMMARY OF PLAN PARTICIPANTS (Continued)

               Age and Service Distribution

 Service       0-4          5-9    10-14    15-19     20-24     25-29      30+    Total   Salary
   Age
  20-24
  25-29
  30-34
  35-39
  40-44




 Total         10
               -       3
                       -              4
                                      -         -
                                                8         6
                                                          -         5
                                                                    -        -
                                                                             0      36
                                                                                    -     76.449
 Salary    62,082 74,219          74,353   76,412     91,832    89,794

Average Age:         40.3          Average Service:      13.4

DURATION (years)            Active Members: 15.2 Retired Members:        8.9 A11 Members: 12.5

PROJECTED PENSION PAYMENTS




                 PROJECTED PENSION PAYMENTS
                                             2007-2011
SUMMARY OF PLAN PROVISIONS

The Plan Provisions have not been changed from the prior year.

The Village of Glencoe Police Pension Fund was created and is administered as prescribed by
"Article 3. Police Pension Fund - Municipalities 500,000 and Under" of the Illinois Pension
Code (Illinois Compiled Statutes, 1992, Chapter 40). A brief summary of the plan provisions is
provided below.

Employees attaining the age of (50) or more with (20) or more years of creditable service are en-
titled to receive an annual retirement benefit of (2.5%) of final salary for each year of service up
to (30) years, to a maximum of (75%) of such salary.

Employees with at least (8) years but less than (20) years of credited service may retire at or after
age (60) and receive a reduced benefit of (2.5%) of final salary for each year of service.

Surviving spouses receive (100%) of final salary for fatalities resulting from an act of duty, or
otherwise the greater of (50%) of final salary or the employee's retirement benefit.

Employees disabled in the line of duty receive (65%) of final salary.

The monthly pension of a covered employee who retired with (20) or more years of service after
January 1, 1977, shall be increased annually, following the first anniversary date of retirement
and be paid upon reaching the age of at least (55) years, by (3%) of the originally granted pen-
sion. Beginning with increases granted on or after July 1, 1993, the second and subsequent
automatic annual increases shall be calculated as (3%) of the amount of the pension payable at
the time of the increase.

Employees are required to contribute (9.91%) of their base salary to the Police Pension Plan. If
an employee leaves covered employment with less than (20) years of service, accumulated em-
ployee contributions may be refunded without accumulated interest.
ACTUARTAL METHODS

The Actuarial Methods used for determining the Tax Levy and GASB Statements No. 25 & 27
financial disclosure have not been changed fi-om the prior year. The Actuarial Method employed
for this valuation is as follows:

   Entry Age Normal Cost Method

Under the Entry Age Normal Cost Method the Normal Cost for each participant is computed as
the level percentage of pay which, if paid from the earliest age the participant is eligible to enter
the plan until retirement or termination, will accumulate with interest to sufficiently fund all
benefits under the plan. The Normal Cost for the plan is determined as the sum of the Normal
Costs for all active participants.

The Accrued Liability is the theoretical amount that would have accumulated had annual contri-
butions equal to the Normal Cost been paid. The Unfunded Accrued Liability is the excess of
the Accrued Liability over the plan's assets. Experience gains or losses adjust the Unfunded Ac-
crued Liability.
ACTUARIAL ASSUMPTIONS

The Actuarial Assumptions used for determining the Tax Levy Requirement and GASB State-
ments No. 25 & 27 Disclosure Information are the same and have not been changed from the
prior year. The Actuarial Assumptions employed for this valuation are as follows:

     Valuation Date             March 1,2006

     Asset Valuation Method     Market Value

     Investment Return          7.00%

     Salary Scale               5.50%

     Mortality                   1971 Group Annuity Mortality Table

     Withdrawal                 State of Illinois DO1 Experience Rates

     Disability                 State of Illinois DO1 Experience Rates

     Retirement                 State of Illinois DO1 Experience Rates (100% by Age
                                65)

     Marital Status             80% Married, Spouse Same Age

     Plan Expenses              None

                           Sample Annual Rates Per 100 Participants
                      &      Mortality   Withdrawal        Disability    Retirement
                      20          0.05           6.00            0.07
                      30          0.81           5.10            0.10
                      40          0.16           2.85            0.20
                      50          0.53                           0.52         40.00
                      60          1.31                           0.60         66.67
                      65          2.13                                       100.00
GASB STATEMENTS NO. 25 & 27 DISCLOSURE INFORMATION

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) issued Statements No. 25 & 27 that es-
tablished generally accepted accounting principles for the annual financial statements for defined
benefit pension plans. The required information is as follows:

Membership in the plan consisted of the following as of:

                                        February 28,2006
Retirees and beneficiaries                            26
 receiving benefits
Terminated plan members entitled                           0
 to but not yet receiving benefits
Active vested plan members                              24
Active nonvested plan members
Total
Number of participating employers




SCHEDULE OF FUNDING PROGRESS

                                                                                   UAAL as a
                Actuarial   Actuarial Accrued     Unfunded                         Percentage
  Actuarial     Value of     Liability (AAL)          AAL Funded          Covered of Covered
  Valuation       Assets          -Entry Age       (UAAL)   Ratio          Payroll    Payroll
                      @                     (b)       (b-a) (a/b)                    ((b-a)/c)
   02128104           NA                   NA          NA    NA               NA          NA
GASB STATEMENTS NO. 25 & 27 DISCLOSURE INFORMATION (Continued)

ANNUAL PENSION COST AND NET PENSION OBLIGATION

                                                  February 28,2006
Annual required contribution                              1,027,821
Interest on net pension obligation                           58,191
Adjustment to annual required contribution                (36,198)
Annual pension cost                                      1,049,814
Contributions made                                         900,527
Increase (decrease) in net pension obligation              149,287
Net pension obligation beginning of year                   83 1,296
Net pension obligation end of year                         980,583




THREE-YEAR TREND INFORMATION

                Fiscal                   Annual             Percentage         Net
                  Year                  Pension                of APC      Pension
               Ending                Cost (APC)            Contributed   Obligation
              02/28/04                      NA                     NA          NA
GASB STATEMENTS NO. 25 & 27 DISCLOSURE INFORMATION (Continued)

FUNDING POLICY AND ANNUAL PENSION COST

Contribution rates:
 Village
 Plan members

Annual pension cost                                  1,049,814

Contributions made                                    900,527

Actuarial valuation date                           02/28/2006     02/28/2005

Actuarial cost method                                Entry age         Same

Amortization period             Level percentage of pay, closed        Same

Remaining amortization period                         27 years      28 years

Asset valuation method                                 Market          Same

Actuarial assumptions:
 Investment rate of return*                             7.00%          Same
 Projected salary increases*                            5.50%          Same

*Includes inflation at                                  3 .OO%         Same

Cost-of-living adjustments                      3.00% per year         Same
Actuary


                      VILLAGE OF GLENCOE

            GLENCOE FIREFIGHTERS PENSION FUND



                       Actuarial Valuation Report

                              For the Year

                        Beginning March 1,2006

                     And Ending February 28,2007




          Timothy K Sharpe, Actuary, Geneva, IL (630) 262-0600
TABLE OF CONTENTS


Introduction

Summary of Results

Actuarial Valuation of Assets

Asset Changes During Prior Year

Normal Cost

Accrued Liability

Tax Levy Requirement

Summary of Plan Participants

Duration

Projected Pension Payments

Summary of Plan Provisions

Actuarial Method

Actuarial Assumptions

GASB Statements No. 25 & 27 Disclosure
Fire-sworn personnel of the Village of Glencoe are covered by the Firefighters Pension Plan that
is a defined-benefit, single-employer pension plan. The purpose of this report is to disclose the
Tax Levy Requirement and GASB Statements No. 25 & 27 financial information and related ac-
tuarial information for the year beginning March 1,2006, and ending February 28,2007.

The valuation results reported herein are based on plan provisions in effect as of March 1,2006,
the employee data furnished by the Village, the financial data provided by the Fund's trustee and
the actuarial methods and assumptions described later in this report. I hereby certify that this re-
port is complete and accurate and fairly presents the actuarial position of the Fund as of February
28,2006, in accordance with generally accepted actuarial principles and procedures. In my opin-
ion, the assumptions used are reasonably related to the experience of the Plan and to reasonable
expectations.


Respectfully submitted,



Timothy W. Sharpe, EA, MAAA
Enrolled Actuary No. 05-4384



               Date
SUMMARY OF RESULTS

There were no changes with respect to Plan Provisions, Actuarial Methods or Actuarial Assump-
tions from the prior year. There was a change of Actuary from the prior year.

There were no unexpected changes with respect to the participants included in this actuarial
valuation.

There were no unexpected changes with respect to the Fund's investments from the prior year
(annual investment return 3.45%).

The Village's Tax Levy Requirement has increased from $13,253 last year to $15,924 this year
(20.2%). The Tax Levy increased due to the investment return was less than expected. The Per-
cent Funded has decreased from 79.4% last year to 68.3% this year.
SUMMARY OF RESULTS (Continued)

                                                       For Year Ending
                                                         February 28
                                                     2007                  2006
  Tax Levy Requirement                    $         15,924        $       13,253
                                                                           as of
                                                                         March 1
                                                                            2006
  Village Normal Cost                                                          0

  Anticipated Employee Contributions

  Accrued Liability

  Actuarial Value of Assets

  Unfunded Accrued Liabilityl(Surp1us)

  Amortization of Unfunded
  Accrued Liabilityl(Surp1us)

  Percent Funded

  Annual Payroll




            TAX LEVY REQUIREMENT
                                as of February 28
ACTUARIAL VALUATION OF ASSETS

                                                                as of
                                                             March 1
                                                                -
                                                                2006
 Money Market, NOW, IL Fund                           $       352,049

 Certificates of Deposit

 Miscellaneous Receivablel(Payab1e)

 Actuarial Value of Assets




    SUMMARY OF ASSETS
              As Of March I 2006
                           ,




                                      Money Market, NOW, IL Fund
                                      Certificates of Deposit
ASSET CHANGES DURING PRIOR YEAR

   Trust Balance as of March 1,2005

   Contributions
     Village
     Employee
     Total

   Payments
      Benefit Payments
      Expenses
      Total

   Investment Income

   Trust Balance as of March 1,2006

   Approximate Annual Rate of Return




     ASSET CHANGES DURING PRIOR YEAR


                                       I Balance as of March 1,2005
                                        Trust
                                         Contributions
                                       IPayments
                                        Investment Income
                                       I Balance as of March 1,2006
                                        Trust
NORMAL COST

The Normal Cost is the actuarial present value of the portion of the projected benefits that are
expected to accrue during the year based upon the actuarial valuation method and actuarial as-
sumptions employed in the valuation.

                                                                                         as of
                                                                                       March 1
                                                                                         -
                                                                                         2006
   Total Normal Cost                                                                          0

   Anticipated Employee Contributions

   Village Normal Cost

   Normal Cost Payroll

   Village Normal Cost Rate

   Total Normal Cost Rate
ACCRUED LIABILITY

The Accrued Liability is the actuarial present value of the portion of the projected benefits that
has been accrued as of the valuation date based upon the actuarial valuation method and actuarial
assumptions employed in the valuation. The Unfunded Accrued Liability is the excess of the
Accrued Liability over the Actuarial Value of Assets.

                                                                                        as of
                                                                                      March 1
   Accrued Liability                                                                    2006
     Active Employees                                                        $              0

      Children Annuities
      Disability Annuities
      Retirement Annuities
      Surviving Spouse Annuities
      Terminated Vested Annuities
      Total Annuities

   Total Accrued Liability

   Actuarial Value of Assets

   Unfimded Accrued Liabilityl(Surp1us)

   Percent Funded




          ACCRUED LIABILITY
                As Of March 1,2006




                                                    Total Accrued Liability
                                                    Actuarial Value of Assets
                                                    Unfunded Accrued Liabilil
TAX LEVY REQUIREMENT

The Tax Levy Requirement is determined as the annual contribution necessary to fund the nor-
mal cost, plus the amount to amortize the unfunded accrued liability as a level percentage of pay-
roll over a forty (40) year period which commenced in 1993, plus an adjustment for interest.

                                                                              For Year Ending
                                                                                  February 28
                                                                                         2007
 Village Normal Cost as of Beginning of Year                                  $             0

 Amortization of Unfunded
 Accrued Liability/(Surplus)

 Interest for One Year

 Tax Levy Requirement as of End of Year
S     m    Y OF PLAN PARTICIPANTS

The actuarial valuation of the Plan is based upon the employee data furnished by the Village.
The information provided for Active participants included:

     Name
     Sex
     Date of Birth
     Date of Hire
     Compensation
     Employee Contributions

The information provided for Inactive participants included:

     Name
     Sex
     Date of Birth
     Date of Pension Commencement
     Monthly Pension Benefit
     Form of Payment

    Membership                     2006
    Current Employees
      Vested                           0
      Nonvested                        -
                                       0
      Total                            0
                                       -


    Inactive Participants                  Annual Benefits
       Children                        0 $              0
       Disabled Employees              2           69,852
       Retired Employees               0                0
       Surviving Spouses               2           28,702
       Terminated Vesteds              0
                                       -                -
                                                        0
       Total                           4
                                       -           98.554

    Annual Payroll
SUMMARY OF PLAN PARTICIPANTS (Continued)

               Age and Service Distribution

 Service       0-4        5-9   10-14    15-19      20-24   25-29     30+    Total     Salary
  Age

 Total         NA         NA      NA       NA        NA      NA       NA       NA        NA
 Salary

Average Age:         NA          Average Service:      NA

DURATION (years)          Active Members: NA Retired Members:       6.1 All Members:    6.1

PROJECTED PENSION PAYMENTS




      PROJECTED PENSION PAYMENTS
                                        2007-201I
SUMMARY OF PLAN PROVISIONS

The Plan Provisions have not been changed fiom the prior year.

The Village of Glencoe Firefighters Pension Fund was created and is administered as prescribed
by "Article 4. Firefighters' Pension Fund - Municipalities 500,000 and Under" of the Illinois
Pension Code (Illinois Compiled Statutes, 1992, Chapter 40). A brief summary of the plan pro-
visions is provided below.

Employees attaining the age of (50) or more with (20) or more years of creditable service are en-
titled to receive an annual retirement benefit of one-half of the salary attached to the rank held on
the last day of service. The pension shall be increased by (1112) of (2.5%) of such monthly sal-
ary for each additional month of service over (20) years up to (30) years, to a maximum of (75%)
of such monthly salary.

Employees with at least (10) years but less than (20) years of credited service may retire at or af-
ter age (60) and receive a reduced benefit ranging fiom (15%) of final salary for (10) years of
service to (45.6%) for 19 years of service.

Surviving spouses receive (100%) of final salary for fatalities resulting fiom an act of duty, or
otherwise the greater of (54%) of final salary or the monthly retirement pension that the deceased
firefighter was receiving at the time of death. Surviving children receive (12%) of final salary.
The maximum family survivor benefit is (75%) of final salary.

Employees disabled in the line of duty receive (65%) of final salary.

The monthly pension of a covered employee who retired with (20) or more years of service after
January 1, 1977, shall be increased annually, following the first anniversary date of retirement
and be paid upon reaching the age of at least (55) years, by (3%) of the amount of the pension
payable at the time of the increase.

Employees are required to contribute (9.455%) of their base salary to the Firefighters' Pension
Plan. If an employee leaves covered employment with less than twenty (20) years of service, ac-
cumulated employee contributions may be refunded without accumulated interest.
ACTUARIAL METHODS

The Actuarial Methods used for determining the Tax Levy and GASB Statements No. 25 & 27
financial disclosure have not been changed from the prior year. The Actuarial Method employed
for this valuation is as follows:

   Entn, Age Normal Cost Method

Under the Entry Age Normal Cost Method the Normal Cost for each participant is computed as
the level percentage of pay which, if paid from the earliest age the participant is eligible to enter
the plan until retirement or termination, will accumulate with interest to sufficiently fund all
benefits under the plan. The Normal Cost for the plan is determined as the greater of a) the sum
of the Normal Costs for all active participants, and b) 17.5% of the total payroll of all active par-
ticipants.

The Accrued Liability is the theoretical amount that would have accumulated had annual contri-
butions equal to the Normal Cost been paid. The Unfunded Accrued Liability is the excess of
the Accrued Liability over the plan's assets. Experience gains or losses adjust the Unfunded Ac-
crued Liability.
ACTUARIAL ASSUMPTIONS

The Actuarial Assumptions used for determining the Tax Levy Requirement and GASB State-
ments No. 25 & 27 Disclosure Information are the same and have not been changed from the
prior year. The Actuarial Assumptions employed for this valuation are as follows:

     Valuation Date             March 1,2006

     Asset Valuation Method     Market Value

     Investment Return          6.50%

     Salary Scale               0.00%

     Mortality                   1983 Group Annuity Mortality Table

     Withdrawal                 State of Illinois DO1 Experience Rates

     Disability                 State of Illinois DO1 Experience Rates

     Retirement                 State of Illinois DO1 Experience Rates (100% by Age
                                69)

     Marital Status             80% Married, Spouse Same Age

     Plan Expenses              None

                           Sample Annual Rates Per 100 Participants
                      &      Mortality    Withdrawal       Disability    Retirement
                      20          0.04           4.02            0.17
                      30          0.06           2.56            0.20
                      40          0.12           1.14            0.30
                      50          0.39                           0.62         20.00
                      60          0.92                           1.84         83.33
                      62          1.11                                       100.00
GASB STATEMENTS NO. 25 & 27 DISCLOSURE INFORMATION

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) issued Statements No. 25 & 27 that es-
tablished generally accepted accounting principles for the annual financial statements for defined
benefit pension plans. The required information is as follows:

Membership in the plan consisted of the following as of:

                                        February 28,2006
Retirees and beneficiaries                                 4
 receiving benefits
Terminated plan members entitled                           0
 to but not yet receiving benefits
Active vested plan members                                 0
Active nonvested plan members
Total
Number of participating employers                          1




SCHEDULE OF FUNDING PROGRESS

                                                                                     UAAL as a
                Actuarial   Actuarial Accrued    Unfunded                            Percentage
  Actuarial     Value of      Liability (AAL)        AAL Funded           Covered    of Covered
  Valuation       Assets           -Entry Age     (UAAL)   Ratio           Payroll       Payroll
                      G4                    0        (b-a) (a/b)                @       ((b-a)/c)
   02/28/04           NA                   NA         NA    NA                 NA            NA
GASB STATEMENTS NO. 25 & 27 DISCLOSURE INFORMATION (Continued)

ANNUAL PENSION COST AND NET PENSION OBLIGATION

                                                  February 28,2006
Annual required contribution                                13,253
Interest on net pension obligation                           1,711
Adjustment to annual required contribution                 (2,065)
Annual pension cost                                         12,899
Contributions made                                           5,796
Increase (decrease) in net pension obligation                7,103
Net pension obligation beginning of year                    26,325
Net pension obligation end of year                          33.428




THREE-YEAR TREND II.FORMATION

                 Fiscal                 Annual              Percentage         Net
                  Year                  Pension                of APC      Pension
               Ending                Cost (APC)            Contributed   Obligation
              02/28/04                      NA                     NA          NA
GASB STATEMENTS NO. 25 & 27 DISCLOSURE INFORMATIOI?4(Continued)

FUNDING POLICY AND ANNUAL PENSION COST

Contribution rates:
 Village
 Plan members


Annual pension cost                                     12,899


Contributions made                                       5,796

Actuarial valuation date                           02/28/2006     02/28/2005


Actuarial cost method                                Entry age         Same


Amortization period             Level percentage of pay, closed        Same


Remaining amortization period                         27 years      28 years


Asset valuation method                                 Market          Same

Actuarial assumptions:
 Investment rate of return*                             6.50%          Same
 Projected salary increases*                            0.00%          Same


"Includes inflation at                                  3.00%          Same

Cost-of-living adjustments                      3.00% per year         Same
                  Village of Glencoe

                   Board Agenda Memorandum




DATE PREPARED:    November 10, 2006

MEETING DATE:     November 16, 2006

AGENDA SUBJECT:   Review Preliminary Fiscal Year 2008 Budget

RECOMMENDATION:   That the Village Board review the Preliminary budget in
                  context with the upcoming 2006 Tax Levy



Background:       Per the budget calendar, tonight has been scheduled to
                  review the preliminary budget. This gives the Village Board
                  an opportunity to evaluate and address any immediate
                  needs prior to consideration of the annual tax levy at the
                  December 21 Village Board meeting. The budget presented
                  with this agenda is the department request budget and is
                  subject to further refinement by staff prior to presentation
                  of a recommended budget.

                  Budget Calendar
                  After consideration of the budget in preliminary form, there
                  will be potentially four additional meetings (if necessary) to
                  review the budget prior to final approval at the February 15,
                  2007 Village Board meeting.

                  Budget Summary
                  Staff reviewed the preliminary budget with the Finance
                  Committee on November 9, 2006. The document includes
                  issues to consider by fund, a tax levy table, fund balance
                  summary table, operating statements for the major funds, a
                  summary of the requested capital budget as compared to
                  the long range plan, and revenue and expenditure detail.

                  GENERAL FUND

                  The General Fund expenditure budget presented totals
                  $14,393,676, a $323,441 or 2.3% increase from the Fiscal
                  Year 2007 Budget. Operating expenditures are requested
                  to be increased $761,541, or 6.0% from the Fiscal Year
                  2007 Operating Budget and capital expenditures are



                                                                              1
requested to be decreased $438,100 or 31.0% from the
Fiscal Year 2007 budget. Revenues and other financing
sources are projected to increase 6.6%, operating revenues
to increase $104,943 or 3.6% and other financing sources
to increase $733,060 or 7.5%.

GARBAGE FUND

The Garbage Fund budget assumes modifications to a once-
a-week collection system with the optional second
collection.    The Garbage Fund expenditure budget
presented totals $1,309,413, a $199,450 or 13.2% decrease
from the Fiscal Year 2007 Budget. Operating expenditures
are requested to be decreased $74,668, or 5.7% from the
Fiscal Year 2007 Operating Budget and capital
expenditures are requested to be decreased $119,450 or
67.3% from the Fiscal Year 2007 budget. Revenues and
other financing sources are projected to decrease 4.5%,
operating revenues to decrease $98,320 or 12.4% and other
financing sources to increase $29,125 or 4.0%.

WATER FUND

The Water Fund expenditure budget presented totals
$1,976,061, a $144,863 or 7.9% increase from the Fiscal
Year 2007 Budget. Operating expenditures are requested
to be increased $74,863, or 5.4% from the Fiscal Year 2007
Operating Budget and capital expenditures are requested to
be decreased $70,000 or 15.9% from the Fiscal Year 2007
budget.     Revenues and other financing sources are
projected to increase 5.0%, operating revenues to increase
$46,900 or 3.1% and other financing sources to increase
$31,740 or 80.4%.

TAX LEVY

The tax levy increase sought for tax capped funds is
$360,862 (for a total levy subject to tax caps of $7,095,269)
and the increase amount anticipates $130,500 to be from
new EAV. Absent new EAV, the increase is 3.42% (the
maximum allowable under tax cap legislation).

FUND BALANCE SUMMARY

The balance summary and the operating statements
provide a projection of ending balances at the end of Fiscal
Year 2008. The balance summary separates the General
Fund from the Capital Reserve Fund.          The operating
statement for the General Fund is combined with the
Capital Reserve Fund.




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                  The General Fund is projected to end with a fund balance of
                  $2.4 million (at 17.9% of operating expenditures.) The
                  Garbage Fund is projected to end with a fund balance of
                  $365,892 (at 30.0% of operating expenditures). The Water
                  Fund is projected to end with a fund balance of $106,542
                  (at 7.0% of operating expenditures).

                  Sufficiency of fund balance target levels is under review by
                  staff and will be reported to the Village Board at a later
                  date.

                  CAPITAL PLAN

                  The long range capital plan included $2,659,850 in capital
                  projects as inventoried. The preliminary budget requests
                  funding for $2,563,050 in capital projects, $96,800 less
                  than the inventory. The table included with this agenda
                  compares each item included in the plan as compared to
                  the proposed budget. The dollar amount of variance from
                  plan to budget is provided along with a note regarding the
                  reason for a change.


Recommendation:   That the Village Board review the preliminary budget.

Motion:           No formal motion is necessary.




                                                                            3
    VILLAGE O F GLENCOE
PRELIMINARY FY 2008 BUDGET
                            Village of Glencoe
                         Fiscal Year 2008 Budget
                            Issues to Consider

This summary presents issues for the Village Board to consider while
                             Y
reviewing the preliminary F 2008 Budget. The preliminary budget is
the department request budget and is subject to further refinement by
staff prior to presentation of a recommended budget. Review of this
document gives the Village Board a n opportunity to review major budget
issues prior to adopting the annual tax levy.

                              WATER FUND

Revenue

   1.     Increase in water rates effective March 1, 2007 to match
          increase in operating expenses.
   2.     New lease revenue due to T-Mobile Agreement
   3.     Increased interest receipts due to improved rates.

Expenditure

   1.     Decreased cost for maintenance of water tower.
   2.     Increased cost for electricity.


                             GENERAL FUND

Revenue

   1.     Increase in sewer charge rates based upon cost of operations.
   2.     Building permit revenue increases 2.0% from FY07 Budget (no
          change in rates, increase based upon activity).
   3.     Sales tax revenue increases 2.0% from FY07 Budget based on
          combination of prices increases and volume of sales.


Expenditure

   1.     Temporary salaries consolidated generally to the Sewer Division.
   2.     Police pension obligation funded per actuary Police Pension
          Fund recommendation of $1,224,798 versus State of Illinois
          recommendation of $9 15,000.
   3.     Notable increases in vehicle operating expenses.
                            GARBAGE FUND

Revenue
     1.     Revenues based upon analysis previously presented to
            Village Board for reorganization of garbage operations.

Expenditure

   1.     Expenditures based upon analysis previously presented to
          Village Board for reorganization of garbage operations.



                          CAPITAL PROJECTS

   1.     Plan presented in accordance with long range financial plan for
          the Fiscal'Year 2008 (see attached table).


                           PROPERTY TAXES

  1.      Based upon change in CPI-U from 2004 to 2005 of 3.42%.
  2.      Includes $130,500 of estimated taxes for new EAV.
  3.      Provides for future need of Firefighter's Pension Fund.
  4.      Garbage tax levy consistent with analysis reviewed by Board.
  5.      Police pension of $9 15,000, expenditure budget includes $1.2
          Million.
                                                                  Exhibit VII

                                          VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
                     EXTENDED 2005 LEVY VERSUS PROPOSED 2006 TAX LEVY
                                      EXTENDED                         PROPOSED
                                        2005                             2006
                                                                                                  % CHANGE            $ CHANGE           RATE CHANGE
                                                               PROPOSED          PROPOSED             2005                2005                2005
                                  TAX             TAX             TAX               TAX                 TO                 TO                   TO
                               EXTENDED           RATE           LEVY              RATE               2006                2006                2006

GENERAL CORPORATE                5,112,340       0.6374           5,264,964         0.6565            2.99%            $152,624               0.0190
   New EAV (1)                                                      130,500         0.0163                             $130,500               0.0163
   Fire Pension Fund (2)           13,253        0.0017              15,924         0.0020           20.15%             $2,671                0.0003
 Total General Corporate        5,125,593        0.639 1          5,411,388         0.6747            5.58%            $285,795               0.0356

GARBAGE                            743,455       0.0927             768,881         0.0959           3.42%              $25,426               0.0032

POLICE PENSION (3)                 865,359       0.1079             915,000         0.1141            5.74%            $49,64 1               0.0062

  VILLAGE SUB-TOTAL(1)          6,734,407        0.8397           7,095,269         0.8847            5.36%            $360,862               0.0450

DEBT SERVICE                    2,518,406        0.3140           2,579,526         0.32 16          2.43%             $61,120                0.0076
  VILLAGE TOTAL                 9,252,813        1.1537           9,674,795         1.2063           4.56%             $421,982               0.0526

  LIBRARY TOTAL (4)              1,642,499       0.2048           1,698,672        0.2 118           3.429'0           $56,173                0.0070
  GRAND TOTAL                  10,895,3 12       1.3585         11,373,468          1.4181           4.39%             $478,156               0.0596


                      NOTES
                           (1) Village sub-total includes $130,500 a s new EAV/Loss Collection. Absent that amount t h e increase is 3.42%
                           (2) Allocated for future potential use by Firefighters Pension Fund, but General Fund to retain until needed.
                           (3) Levy for Police Pension a t State recommended levy, balance to fund requirement to come for other resources.
                           (4) Estimated based o n last year's extension.
                                                                                Exhibit VI




                                                                 FUND BALANCE SUMMARY
                                                             Including All Financing Sources and Uses

                         (1)           (2)           (3)           (4)          (5)         (6)           (7)              (8)         (9)         (10)      (11)




                                                                                         1 1
                   I   ACTUAL                     FY 2007 ACTUAL (PROJECTED)             PROJECTED                  FY 2008 BUDGET (PROPOSED)             PROJECTED
I                       FUND                 REVENUE           EXPENSES      PROJECTED     FUND                 REVENUE             EXPENSES    REQUESTED   FUND


                   (   BALANCE
                       2/28/2006
                                     'ROPERTY
                                        TAX        OTHER      PROJECTED
                                                                            SURPLUS1
                                                                             (DEFICIT)
                                                                                             BALANCE
                                                                                             l2W2007
                                                                                                       PROPERTY
                                                                                                         TAX            OTHER     PROPOSED
                                                                                                                                                SURPLUS!
                                                                                                                                                (DEFICIT)
                                                                                                                                                            BALANCE
                                                                                                                                                            2/28/2008




l-
JPERATING FUNDS
3ENERPL (2)             3.329.599
NATER (1)                 646.665
;ARBAGE                   169,104
 SUBTOTAL               4,145,368

'ENSIONSISPECIAL
VON-OPERATING(3
                          104.440
PARKING




CAPITAUDEBT
ClP - BONDS              1,140,332
CAPITAL RESERVE            270.M9

    SUBTOTAL             1,657,316


GRAND
TOTAL                    6,461,478
                                                   Village of Glencoe
                                             FY 2008 Budget - General Fund
                                     FY05 throuqh FY08 Department Request Budqet

                                                Operating Statement

Activity                        FY05 BUD   FY 05 ACT    FY06 BUD      FY06 ACT     FY07 BUD   FY07 PRJ   FY08 REQ

Revenue
   Licenses
   Permits
   Charges for Service
   Other Revenue
   Fees
    Fines & Forfeits
   Total

Expenditures
    Personnel
   Services
   Commodities
   Other
   Transfers Out
   Total

     Profit (Loss)

     Debt Service

     Profit (Loss) less Debt

Other Financinq Sources
    Property Taxes
    Sales Tax
    Other Taxes
    Interest
    Transfers In
    Total

Operatinq Excess (Deficit1

Capital Expenditure

                     -
Excess (Deficit) All Sources

Beginning Balance
Ending Balance
Target Balance

                                                  Budget Statement

Revenue
Expenditure
Excess (Deficit) -All Sources
                                                Village of Glencoe
                                          FY 2008 Budget - Garbage Fund
                                   FY05 throu~hFY08 Department Request Budget

                                               Operating Statement

Activity                        FY05 BUD FY 05 ACT FYO6 BUD          FY06 ACT   FY07 BUD     FY07 PRJ   FY08 REQ

Revenue
    Charges for Service
    Other Revenue
    Total

Expenditures
    Personnel
    Services
    Commodities
    Other
    Total

     Profit (Loss)

     Debt Service

     Profit (Loss) less Debt

Other Financing Sources
    Property Tax
    Personal Prop. Rep. Tax
    Interest
    Transfers In
    Total

Operating Excess (Deficit)

Capital Expenditure

                     -
Excess (Deficit) All Sources

Beginning Balance
Ending Balance
Target Balance

                                                 Budget Statement

Revenue
Expenditure
                     -
Excess (Deficit) All Sources




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                                                           Village of Glencoe
                                                      FY 2008 Budget - Water Fund
                                             FY05 throuqh FY08 Department Request Budqet

                                                        Operating Statement

                                     FY05 BUD      FY 05 ACT    FY06 BUD      FY06 ACT     FY07 BUD     FY07 PRJ   FY08 REQ

ievenue
   Water Sales
   Meter Sales
   Total

fxpenditures
   Personnel
   Services
   Commodities
   Other
   Total

   Profit (Loss)

   Debt Service

   Profit (Loss) less Debt

Other Financin~  Sources
   Interest
   Lease of Village Property
   Sundry
   Transfers In
   IRMA Reimbursement
   Total

Operating Excess (Deficit)

Capital Expenditure

Excess (Deficit) -All Sources

Beginning Balance
Ending Balance
Target Balance

                                                          Budget Statement

Revenue
Expenditure
Excess (Deficit) -All Sources




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                                                        Village of Glencoe
                                           FY 2008 Budget - Enhanced 91 1 (E911) Fund
                                          FY05 through FY08 Department Request Budaet

                                                      Operating Statement

                                  FY05 BUD       FY 05 ACT    FY06 BUD      FY06 ACT     FY07 BUD      FY07 PRJ    FY08 REQ

ievenue
   Other Taxes
   Total

!xpenditures
   Personnel
   Services
   Commodities
   Other
   Total

   Profit (Loss)

   Debt Service

   Profit (Loss) less Debt

Dther Financing Sources
   Interest
   Other
   Total

Operating Excess (Deficit)

Capital Expenditure

Excess (Deficit) - All Sources

Beginning Balance
Ending Balance
Target Balance

                                                        Budget Statement

Revenue
Expenditure
                   -
Excess (Deficit) All Sources




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                                                         Village of Glencoe
                                            FY 2008 Budget - Motor Fuel Tax (MFT) Fund
                                           FY05 throuqh FY08 Department Request Budqet

                                                      Operating Statement

                                    FY05 BUD     FY 05 ACT    FY06 BUD      FY06 ACT     FY07 BUD   FY07 PRJ   FY08 REQ

Revenue
   Intergovernmental
   Total

Expenditures
   Personnel
   Services
   Commodities
   Other
   Total

   Profit (Loss)

   Debt Seivice

   Profit (Loss) less Debt

Other Financing Sources
   l nterest
   Other
   Total

Operatinq (Excess) Deficit

Capital Expenditure

                   -
Excess (Deficit) All Sources

Beginning Balance
Ending Balance
Target Balance

                                                        Budget Statement

Revenue
Expenditure
                   -
Excess (Deficit) All Sources




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CAPITAL PROGRAM DETAIL
                                         Village of Glencoe
                                     Capital Plan 2016 (FY 2008)
                                           as compared to
                                      FY 2008 Budqet Request

                                           PLAN 2016    FY 2008
FUND                                       jFY 2008)    BUDGET       $ CHANGE REASON FOR CHANGE

BOND CONSTRUCTION FUND
SANITARY SEWER MAlN REHAB I REPAIR            680,000     400,000     (280,000) Alternative found for sewer project.
STREET RESURFACING PROGRAM                                320,000      320,000 Provide for existing need.
                                              680,000     720,000       40,000
E911 FUND
CAD I UPGRADE RMS
MOBILE RADIO REPLACEMENTS

GARBAGE FUND
LEAF VACUUM
REFUSE SCOOTER

GENERAL FLlhlD
NEW MAlN COPIER                                                        (26,000) Deferred due to village hall project.
EAST DlVERSlOhl DITCH - OUTFALLS                                        50,000 From FY07 -Village share of cost.
VILLAGE HALL IMPROVEMENT
WlhlDOW REPLACEMENT
SLATE ROOF REPAIRS
TRAFFIC SIGNAL - DUNDEE & FORESTWAY                                     20,000 Moved from operating line item.
AIR COMPRESSOR
314 TON PICKUP TRUCK
DUNDEE RD IMPROVEMENTS                                                 (20,000) Prior included Traffic signal above.
RESURFACE COMMUTER PARKING LOT                                        (150,000) Subject to review.
RESIDENTIAL SIDEWALKS
RANGE UPGRADE
REPLACEMENT VIDEO CAMERAS FOR SQUAD CAR                                (18,000) Additional subject to grant funding.
VEHICLE REPLACEMENT
VEHICLE REPLACEMENT
AIR PACK REPLACEMENTS
VEHICLE REPLACEMENT
AMBULANCE                                  9 , 0 Cost
                                          1 6 1 0 adjustment.
                                               I
                                             1,25,100      975,000    (150,100)
MOTOR FUEL TAX FUND
STREET IMPROVEMENT

WATER FUND
UV DISINFECTION SYSTEM - WP                    30,000      120,000       90,000    Cost adjustment.
WATER METERS                                  150,000       90,000      (60,000)   Based on modified plan.
REPLACE LL 1- VFD                              10,000                   (10,000)   Reprioritized.
ELEVATED TANK MIXING SYSTEM                    10,000                   (10,000)   Reprioritized.
DISTRIBUTION MAINS                            271,700      300,000       28,300    Reprioritized.
CLEARWELL BAFFLING                             25,000                   (25,000)   Reprioritized.
                                              496,700      510,000       13,300

GRAND TOTAL




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REVENUE DETAIL
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                                                        Village of Glencoe
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                                                         FY 2008 Budget
                                                         Revenue Detail
Acct   1            Title        I   FY05 Bud     I   FY05 Act     I   FY06 Bud     I   FY06 Act       I   FY07 Bud     I   FY07 Pq       I   %        I FYO8 Plan
11           WATER FUND


11
3600 ---CHARGES FOR SERVICES--
361 1 WATER SALES - GLENCOE          1,407,284 1,314,079 1,449,500 1,778,180 1,472,500 1,472,500                                               4%        1,531,400
3671 METER SALES                       44,290    62,856    57,570    66,335    62,000    47,700                                                   -0       50,000
           Sub-Total                  1,451,574        1,376,936        1,507,070        1,844,515          1,534,500        1,520,200                    1,581,400



3800 ----INTEREST EARNINGS----
3811 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS             7,500            8,048            7,725           16,668             10,000          20,000          30%           13,000
           Sub-Total                      7,500            8.048            7,725           16,668             10,000          20,000                        13,000



3830 --OTHER REVENUES--
3842 IRMA RElMBURSEMENT                      0              837            1,000                0                 0                0           -----             0
3850 LEASE OF VOG PROPERR               28,000           28,728           28,500           29,880             28,500          28,500          101%          57,200
3891 SUNDRY                                95             4,402              100           16,021              1,000           1,000            4%           1,040
           Sub-Total                    28,095            33,967           29,600          45,901              29,500          29,500                        58,240



3990 -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-
3991 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FD           84,700           91,593                 0                  0                0                 0         ..
                                                                                                                                               ..-                0
           Sub-Total                     84,700          9 1,593                0                  0                0                 0                           0



           Division Total             1,571,869        1,510,544        1,544,395        1,907,084          1,574,000        1,569,700                    1,652,640

           Fund Total                 1,571,869        1,510,544        1,544,395        1,907,084          1,574,000        1,569,700                    1,652,640




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                                                           FY 2008 Budget
                                                           Revenue Detail
Acct   1            il
                   Tte            I   FY05 Bud     I   FY05 A c t    I FY06 Bud I   FY06 A c t    I FY07 Bud I    FY07 FYJ     I   %     I FY08 Plan
12           GENERAL FUND


12
31 0 --PROPER'IY
  0            TAX--
3 111 PROPERTY TAX                    4,123,000 4,067,601 4,100,000 4,172,004 4,360,142 4,360,142 4% 4,538,500
31 12 NON-CURRENT PROPERTY TAX           30,900        0          0        0          0        0  . - -
                                                                                                   . .        0
3113 PROP TAX INTEREST TAXES             10,609    2,127      1,500    4,101      2,000    2,384   4%     2,080
3 114 PROPEWY/PENSION-POLICE           767,392 757,092 795,000 784,811         855,034 855,034     7%   915,000
3 115 PROPERTY/PENSION-FIRE              31,949   32,291      6,000    5,154     13,253     323
                                                                                           1,5     4%    13,783
3 116 NON CURR-PROP TAX-FIRE PE              0         0          0        0          0        0  --.--       0
3 117 NON CURR PROP TAX-POLICE               0         0          0        0          0        0  ...
                                                                                                   ..         0
3 118 PROP TAX-INTEREST-FIREPE               0        17        2 5       32        25        25   4%       2 6
31 19 PROP TAX INTEREST-POLICE               0       397       300       763       300       .0
                                                                                            100    4%      31 2
3 123 PROPER'IY TAX - FICA              313,800 309,206    320,000 316,285     329,361     2,6
                                                                                          3931      -0  276,747
3 124 NON CURR PROP TAX - FICA               0         0          0        0          0        0  .. .
                                                                                                   .-         0
3125 PROP. TAX INTEREST - FICA               0        6
                                                     12          0
                                                                10       312        10
                                                                                     0       375   4%       14
                                                                                                             0
3 126 PROPERTY TAX - IMRF               165,000 162,421     252,000 249,074 259,372 259,372 19%         308,572
3127 NON CURR PROP. TAX - IMRF               0         0          0        0          0        0  .----       0
3 128 PROP. TAX INTEREST - IMRF              0        85        60        6
                                                                         15         60       300   4%       62
           Sub-Total                   5,442,650        5.33 1,399      5,474,985    5,532,70 1      5,8 19,647    5,821,246                6,055,187


  3        TAXES--
31 0 --OTHER
3131 MUNICIPAL UTILITY TAX             660,000 717,423                  660,000       838,042        794,000       920,000         25%       995,000
3134 TELECOMMUNICATlONSTAX             432,600 536,644                  534,000       565,045        560,000       560,000         3%        575,000
3136 TELECOM lNFRA MAINT FEE                0         0                      0             0              0             0           -.
                                                                                                                                   . ..           0
341 1 ILLINOIS INCOME TAX              576,600 . 571,557                581,500       666,731        694,000       728,000         8%        750,000
342 1 PERSONAL PROP REPL. TAX           51,250    57,160                 52,800        86,271         73,100        88,000         25%        91,500
           Sub-Total                   1,720,450         1,882,783      1,828,300    2,156,090       2,121,100     2,296,000                2,4 1 1,500


 19       TAX--
3 9 --SALES
3413 USE TAX                            77,100    88,455    87,620   106,340   103,400   114,000 14%                                         118,000
3414 PHOTOPROCESSING TAX                     0         0         0         0         0         0  -----                                            0
3451 MUNICIPAL SALES TAX              1,400,000 1,257,303 1,362,553 1 4 2 8 9 1,680,000 1,680,000 2%
                                                                     ,5,2                                                                   1,705,200
           Sub-TotaI                   1,477,100         1,345,758      1,450,173     1,559,169      1,783,400     1,794,000                1,823,200


3200 --LICENSES--
321 1 LIQUOR LICENSES                    16,000            17,490         16,000       15,650          17,500        17,500         0%        17,500
322 1 VEHICLE LICENSES                  157,000           164,618        190,000      158,128         160,000       160,000         0%       160,000
3231 GENERAL BUSINESS LICENSES           10,000             7,919          7,800        8,230           8,000         8,000         0%         8,000
3241 ANIMAL LICENSES                      5,100             4,137          4,100        4,424           4,500         5,300         0%         4,500
3251' ELEVATOR LICENSES                   1,800             1,400           ,0
                                                                           180          2,200           1,400         1,400         0%         1,400
           Sub-TotaI                     189,900           195,563        219,700       188,632        191,400       192,200                  191,400


3300 --PERMITS--
3 3 I1 BUILDING PERMITS                 750,000 1,813,757 1,173,867 1,750,230 1,500,000 1,500,000                                      2%   1,530,000


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Acct               Title            lT05 Bud     lT05 Act  FY06 Bud       lT06 Act  FY07 Bud        FY07 Pq      %         FY08 Plan
332 1 ELECTRICAL PERMITS                2,000        1,110     2,000          1,067     2,000          2,000      4%           2,080
3351 SEWER PERMITS                     20,600       13,940    16,000        18,120      14,000        14,000      4%          14,560
3361 STREET OPENING PERMlTS            20,000      27,970      21,800       30,000      54,000        54,000      4%          56,160
3371 PLUMBING INSPECT. PERMITS          4,705       3,276       4,000        2,730       2,700         3,700     37%           3,700
3381 BURGLERIFIRE ALARM PERMIT         71,000      61,558      73,200       92,560      6 1,500       80,000     30%          80,000
3385 DRIVEWAY/ PARKWAY PERMITS         18,540       7,210      12,200        7,845       7,200         7,200      4%           7,488
       Sub-Total                      886,845     1,928,821   1,303,067    1,902,552   1,641,400     1,660,900               1,693,988


3500             N
       ---FINES A D FORFEITS----
3541 VOG VIOLATIONS                    90,000      69,012      92,700       73,361      86,250        86,250      4%          89,700
3542 ILL VIOLATIONS                    27,000      38,561      36,000       21,060      25,000        25,000      4%          26,000
       Sub-Total                       117,000     107,573     128,700       94,421     1 1 1,250     111,250                 115,700


3600   ---CHARGES FOR SERVICES--
362 1 SEWER CHARGE          FEES      321,360     302,932     331,000      341,311     340,000       340,000      4%         353,600
3683 AMBULANCE             SVCS        44,000      42,738      60,000       89,993      95,000        95,000      0%          95,000
3685 SPECIAL PUBLIC SERVICES                0      15,000      15,000            0      15,000        15,000      0%           15,000
       Sub-TotaI                       365,360     360,670     406,000      431,304     450,000       450,000                 463,600


360 1 --FEES--
3521 COlN BOX & METER FEES              2,060        1,852      2,000          233       3,000         3,000      4%            3,120
3731 COMMUTER LOT FEES                 72,300      75,199      75,500       72,825     110,000       100,000         -0       100,000
3843 ZONING BOARD FEES                  4,668       4,000       5,000        4,270       4,000         4,000      4%           4,160
       Sub-Total                        79,028      8 1,050     82,500       77,329     117,000       107,000                 107,280


3800    ----INTEREST EARNINGS----
381 1 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS          60,000      37,836      45,000       96,576      69,000       200,000     190%        200,000
3820 UNREALIZED GAIN/ (LOSS)                0        -911-          O       78,466             O      35,000      ...
                                                                                                                   ..         35,000
       Sub-Total                        60,000      36,925      45,000      175,042      69,000       235,000                 235,000


3830    --OTHER REVENUES--
3132 CABLE TELEVISION REVENUES         98,345      96,278      95,300       105,719    100,000       110,000      18%         118,000
3433 MAINT. OF STATE HIGHWAYS          12,360       16,759      15,450        9,737      18,000        18,000     4%           18,720
3446 MISC. FEDERAL GRANTS                   0            0           0            0            0            0     ...
                                                                                                                   ..               0
3447 MISC. STATE GRANTS                20,000        1,100     20,000       26,100      21,000        121,000     4%           21,840
3733 IMPOUNDING FEES                      530         875         670         1,385         875          900         3%          900
3751 GOLF CLUB MANAGEMENT SVC:         60,000       60,000     60,000       60,000      60,000        60,000         0%        60,000
3831 GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS            2,122        1,129       2,200        5,375       3,400         3,400        0%         3,400
3833 GLENCOE FLAGS                        900           30           0          100            0            0     ...
                                                                                                                   ..               0
3841 DNVEWAY APRON RElMBRSMNl           2,000        1,871       2,000         200        1,000         6,400        4%         1,040
3842 IRMA REIMBURSEMENT                20,000        4,971       6,000       17,860       6,000         6,000        4%         6,240
3844 HANDYMAN REIMBURSEMENT             1,591          807       1,600        1,107       1,000         1,000        4%         1,040
3847 MISC. REIMBURSEMENT                5,305       41,144     20,000        38,741      20,000       115,000    100%          40,000
3848 A.M.E. CHURCH REIMBRSMNT             800          325           0          325            0            0     -.-
                                                                                                                   ..               0
3850 LEASE OF VOG PROPERTY             53,045       44,213      54,600       53,118      44,200        57,000     24%          55,000


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                    Tte         FY05 Bud FY05 Act  FY06 Bud FY06 Act  FY07 Bud  FY07     %     FY08Plan
3851 LEGAL REIMBURSMENT            10,609   3,557         0     4,543     3,000    3,000  4%       3,120
3852 SPRINT CO-LOCATOR REV         12,000   4,972      5,000    5,252     5,500    9,423 73%       9,500
3853 AT&T CO-LOCATOR REV               0   29,696         O     4,526         O    6,000 -----     6,000
3891 SUNDRY                        30,000  36,518     30,000  129,837    36,000   36,000  4%      37,440
3893 TREE DONOR PROGRAM            35,000  43,433     40,000   29,903    50,000   30,000    -0    30,000
3894 SPECIAL DUTY OVERTIME        125,000  43,418     42,000   47,408    44,000   44,000  4%      45,760
3921 SALE OF ASSETS                     0        0         0        0         0       0   _.
                                                                                         . ..         0
3922 SALE OF PROPERTY              60,000        0         0        0         0       0    . -
                                                                                         . . -        0
3923 SALE OF RECYCLING CARTS            0      30          0      692         0       0  . . -
                                                                                           . -        0
       Sub-Total                  549,607      431,125      394,820      541,928      413,975      627,123                  458,000


3900 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
39 1 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
    4                                  0            0            0            0            0            0     -----               0
       Sub-Total                        0            0            0            0            0            0                        0


3990 -OPERATINGTRANSFERS IN-
3432 DAY LABOR TRANS FROM MFT          0            0           0            0            0            0      ..---     0
3989 TRANSFER FROM GOLF CLUB           0            0       60,000           0        33,000       33,000      4%   34,320
3993 TRANSFER FROM CIP FUND            0            0      181,810      131,357           0            0      ..-
                                                                                                               ..       0
3994 TRANSFER FROM MFT FUND            0            0      180,000           0            0            0      ..-.-     0
3998 TRANSFER FROM IMRF FUND           0            0           0            0            0            0      .----     0
       Sub-Total                        0            0      421,810      131,357       33,000       33,000                   34,320


       Division Total           10,887,940   11,701,666   11,755,055 12,790,525     12,751,172   13,327,719               13,589,175

       Fund TotaI               10,887,940   11,701,666   11,755,055   12,790,525   12,751,172   13,327,719               13,589,175




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Acct   1           Title            I   FY05 Bud      I   FY05 Act     I   FYO6 Bud      I   FYO6 Act     I   FY07 Bud       I   FYO7 F3-j       I   %     I FY08 Plan
13           GARBAGE FUND


13
3 100 --PROPERTY TAX--
3 111 PROPERTY TAX                       606,000           597,813          700,000           690,602          720,804            720,804            4%       749,636
31 12 NON-CURRENT PROPERTY TAX             9,548                 0               0                 0                 0                  0             ..
                                                                                                                                                     ...            0
3 113 PROP TAX INTEREST TAXES              2,122               313             200               603               200                800            4%          208
           Sub-Total                      617,670           598,126           700,200          691,206           72 1,004           72 1,604                    749,844



3 130 --OTHER TAXES--
342 1 PERSONAL PROP REPL. TAX               7,000            7.000             7,000             7,000            7,000              7,0001          0%1         7,000
           Sub-Total                         7,000            7,000             7,000            7.000             7,000              7,000                       7,000



3600       ---CHARGES FOR SERVICES--
3679 COMMERCIAL GARBAGE FEE                     0                0                 0                0                 0                  0           .          72,404
3680 OPTIONAL 2ND PICKUP FEE                    0                0                 0                0                 0                  0           -....     2 16,000
3681 RECEIPTS FROM SUBSCRIBERS            208,000          206,100           420,000          404,835           543,000            543,000               -1    144,000
3682 RECYCLING SUBSCRIPTIONS              166,000          158,652           171,000          175,059           177,400            177,400           4%        184,496
3684 SWANCC                 SVCS           46,000           47,915            46,000           44,489            44,500             44,500           0%         44,500
3757 SPECIAL REFUSE PICK-UPS               25,000           21.850            30,000           27,658            25,000             25,000           20%        30,000
           Sub-Total                       445,000          434,516           667,000          652,042           789,900            789,900                     69 1,400



3800        ----INTEREST EARNINGS----
38 11 INTEREST ON INVESTMENTS               6,000             3.452            6,000             7,319            6,000             14,000           5%          6,285
           Sub-Total                         6.000            3,452             6.000            7,319             6,000             14,000                       6,285



3830        --OTHER REVENUES--
3756 RECYCLING REVENUE                       7,210            4,658             5,000            3,969            4,500              4,500            4%         4,680
3842 IRMA RElMBURSEMENT                      1,030                0             1,100                0               0                   0           -.--.           0
3891 SUNDRY                                    103              600               100              828               0               1,208           ...
                                                                                                                                                      ..             0
           Sub-Total                         8,343             5,258            6,200            4,797             4,500              5,708                       4,680



3990 -OPERATING TRANSFERS IN-
3991 TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FD              59,000            60,301                  0                  0               0                    0       -----            0
           Sub-Total                        59,000            60,301                  0                 0                0                   0                           0



           Division Total                 1,143,013        1,108,654         1,386,400        1,362,364         1,528,404         1,538,212                   1,459,209

            Fund Total                    1,143,013        1,108,654         1,386,400        1,362,364         1,528,404         1,538,212                    1,459,209




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Acct   1           Title                 I
                                   M05 Bud                I   FY05 Act       I   FY06 Bud    I   FY06 Act       I FY07 Bud I   FY07 Pq       I   %       I FY08 Plan
19           ENHANCED 91 1 SYSTEM FUND


19
3 130 --OTHER TAXES--
3452 ENHANCED 91 1 SURCHARGE                  154,500          132,413             159,100        121,520           132,000     132,000          4%          137,280
3453 CELLULAR 91 1 SURCHARGE                   25,750           28,633             26,500          36,893           28,600       28,600          4%           29,744
           Sub-Total                           180,250          161,046            185,600         158,413          160,600      160,600                      167,024


3800       ----INTEREST EARNINGS----
38 1 1 INTEREST ON 1NVESTMENTS                 10,300             8,716             10,600         20,585             6,000      25,000           5%           6,285
           Sub-Total                             10,300           8,716              10,600         20,585            6,000       25,000                       6,285


3900       OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
3914 OTHER FINANCING SOURCES                          0   1        -935-1                0   1           0      1         0              0       -----             0
           Sub-Total                                  0            -935-                 0                  0             0              0                         0


           Division Total                      190,550           168,828            196,200        178,997           166,600     185,600                      173,309

199
3830       --OTHER REVENUES--
3891 SUNDRY                                           0               0                  0               0                0              0       -----             0
           Sub-Total                                  0                  0               0                  0             0              0                         0


           Division Total                             0                  0               0                  0             0              0                         0

           Fund Total                          190,550           168,828            196,200         178,997          166,600     185,600                      173,309




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Acct   I          Account Title              I EY05 Bud I FY05 Act I FY06 Bud I FY06 Act I FY07 Bud I FY07 F'II I              %       I FY08 Plan
11
4000 ==PERSONNELEXPENDITURES=
324         AE
           W T R DlSTRlBUTION
42 11 SALARIES - REGULAR                         222,050       226,783        230,139       237,544    240,800    240,800     2.96%       247,928
42 12 SALARIES - RHS PAY                                 o             o               o          o          o            o                      o
4221 SALARIES - TEMPORARY                           8,800         4,118          9,100        5,512      6,500     8,723 330.00%           27,950
4231 OVERTIME                                      18,535       32,862          19,190       52,326     20,900    37,000 22.61%            25,626
4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                            36,600        34,740         38,400        37,062     4 1,600   38,500      42.84%       59,420
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.                       19,000        17,802         19,750       17,226     16,500     16,500     13.15%        18,670
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.                              0        1,630          3,700        4,056      33-50      3,850     13.51%         4,370
4621 ILL MUNI.RET. FUND                            15,900        18,140         22,173       24,650     24,690    24,690      14.54%       28,280
           AE
Sub-Total W T R DlSTRlBUTlC                      320,885       336,074        342,452       378,376    354,840    370,063                 4 12,244


328         AE
           W T R PRODUCTION
42 11 SALARIES - REGULAR                         339,400       354,911        353,500       379,063    371,200    371,200      4 53%      388,019
42 12 SALARIES - RHS PAY                                 0           0                 0          0          0          0                       0
4221 SALARIES - TEMPORARY                           5,000         6,338          5,000        3,760      4,750      3,024     100.00-            0
4231 OVERTIME                                      19,440        23,118         19,500       22,539     19,000     23,500      7.64%       20,452
4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                            72,500        73,252          76,150       77,222     82,400    82,400       3.01%       84,880
46 11 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.                      27,300        25,885          28,900       23,733     24,173     24,173      4.74%       25,320
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.                              0        2,162          5,500        5,550      5,660      5,660      4.59%         5,920
462 1 ILL MUNI.RET. FUND                          22,500        25,974          33,180       34,107     36,750    36,750      4.38%        38,360
           AE
Sub-Total W T R PRODUCT101                       486,140       51 1,640       52 1,730      545,973    543,933 546,707                    562,951


==PERSONNELEXPENDITURESE                         807,025       847,714        864,182       924,350    898,773 9 16,770                   975,195


                  SERVICES==
5000 ===CONTRACTUAL
324         AE
           W T R DISTRIBUTION
5121 OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT.                          500            316            500         294        500       500       0.00%          500
5122 RADIO EQUIPMENT MAINT.                         1,000               0         1,000         683      1,400      1,000     28.57-         1,000
5 131 FIRE HYDRANT RIM                              7,000         8,528          7,000        5,566      7,000      7,000      5.36%         7,375
5155 METER REPAIRS AND INSTALL                     3,000          3,046          3,000        3,376      4,000      3,500      0.00%         4,000
5 157 MAINT. OF WATER TOWER                       75,000         65,353         78,000       77,828     63,500     63,500      73.23-       17,000
5182 WATER MAIN - EMERGENCIES                             0             0              0          0     20,000     31,285      0.00%        20,000
5183 REPAIR SERV PIPES/FITTING                     26,000        37,867         27,500       33,585     27,500     27,500      3.64%        28,500
5 195 SHOP REPAIRS                                   1,000         1,085         1,000          405      1,000      1,200      0.00%         1,000
531 1 AUDITING SERVICES                             1,000            883          1,000         674      1.000       667       3.00%         1,030
5323 TESTING SERVICES                                     0            0               0          0          0            0                      0
5362 DRY CLEANING SERVICES                          2,000          1,452          1,850       1,326      1,925      1,700       1.30-        1,900
537 1 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES                            0        1,951          6,000       6,818      6,000      6,000      0.00%         6,000
5388 TEMPORARY LABOR                                3,000               0         2,000           0      5,000      5,000      0.00%         5,000
5489 DISTRIBUTION LEAK SURVEY                             0             o              0          0      7.500      7,500     IOO.OO-            o
5493 PLUMBING INSPECTIONS                           2,000         3,220           2,500       3,180      3,000      3,000      0.00%         3,000
5498 CREDIT CARD FEES                                   0         2,700           2,600       3,939      4,300      4,300      0.00%         4,300
551 1 POSTAGE                                       4,750          2,406          5,000       3,016      5,000      4,950      0.00%         5,000



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                                            Village of Glencoe
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                                     Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct         Account Title       FY05 Bud FYO5Act FYO6 Bud FYO6Act FY07 Bud FY07 F?j             %      FY08 Plan
552 1 TELECOMJINTERNET SERV.         1,500   1,356    1,500   1,391    1,600   1,200               4.69.     1,525
563 1 IN SERVICE TRAINING            1,900   1,065    1,900   1,114    1,650     600              15.15-     1,400
59 15 INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLES          1,500     100    2,000     375    2,000   3,496              0.00%       2,000
Sub-Total WATER DISTRIBUTIC        131,150   131,328   144,350    143,571    163,875   173,898               110,530


328    WATER PRODUCTION
5115 STATION REPAIRS                 5,000    3,911     5,000      5,203      5,000     5,000     0.00%       5,000
51 16 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE             850       800       500        500        500       250     0.00%         500
5 121 OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT.         750       8 31      950        395        650       300     53.85-        300
5123 CHEMICAL FEED EQUIP. R J M      2,500      484     2,500        945      2,600       600    96.15%       5,100
5124 COAGULATION EQUIP. R J M         500        37       500        145        500       250     0.00%         500
5 126 FILTER EQUIP. R J M            7,000    2,015     8,000      4,841      8,000     8,000     50.00.      4,000
5127 CHLORINE EQUIP. R J M           1,000    2,040      1,000     2,868      1,100     1,100     0.00%       1,100
5128 INSTRUMENTS R J M               1,500    1,500      1,750       44 1     1,750     1,750     0.00%        1,750
5129 GENERAL EQUIPMENT R J M        10,500    1,715     10,500     7,754     10,000     7,500    100.00-          0
5 135 DIESEL MOTORS R J M             500        33       500        187        500       500     0.00%         500
5 153 PUMP REPAIR                    2,000    2,623      1,000      9,695     1,000         0     0.00%        1,000
5 154 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM R J M        2,000      230      1,500      1,906      1,500     1,988    0.00%        1,500
5156 INTAKE REPAIRS                     0         0      2,000          0     5,000     4,200    100.00-          0
5178 LEASE OF OVERHEAD WIRE           800       678       800        754        800       800     0.00%         800
5181 LAB EQUIPMENT RIM               2,300    2,742      2,300      1,466     2,300      1,500    0.00%       2,300
53 11 AUDITING SERVICES                 0         0          0          0         0         0                     0
532 1 ENGlNEERlNG SERVICES           2,500     1,125     1,000       506       1,000      750     0.00%        1,000
5322 LABORATORY SERVICES             5,000    4,088      4,000      3,882     5,000     5,000     10.00%      5,500
5362 DRY CLEANING SERVICES           2,500    2,367      2,200      2,634     2,300     2,300     0.00%       2,300
537 1 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES       7,600    6,1'18     6,000      5,389     6,150     5,300     0.00%       6,150
551 1 POSTAGE                         600       670       600        645        600       600     0.00%         600
552 1 TELECOMJINTERNETSERV.          4,000    3,105      3,000      2,445     2,400     2,400     8.33%       2,600
5531 PUBLISHING                       600       569       600        351        600       351     0.00%         600
563 1 IN SERVICE TRAINING            3,100     1,657     3,000      2,237     4,300     2,200     0.00%       4,300
5744 METRO. WATER RECLAM. DlST      18,000    8,470     12,000     10,603     10,000    10,000    0.00%       10,000
5765 ELECTRICAL - LIGHTJAC          90,000   80,885    87,000     90,086     90,000    88,000    66.67%      150,000
5777 GAS                            13,000    7,708     13,000     15,836     16,000    15,500    25.00-      12,000
5912 PUBLIC LIABILITY INSUR.        34,715   36,992    39,200     32,626     38,800    38,800     0.00%      38,800
59 15 INSURANCE DEDUCTlBLES           500         0      1,000          0      1,000        0      0.00%       1,000
Sub-Total WATER PRODUCT101         219,315   173,394   21 1,400   204.34 1   219,350   204,939               259,200


===CONTRACTUALSERVICES==           350,465   304,722   355,750    347,912    383,225   378,837               369,730

6000 =======COMMODITIES=======

324    WATER DISTRIBUTION
6307 WATER METER                         0        o          0          o     8,000     8,000      o.oo%      8,000
6308 MISC. HYDRANT REPLACEMENT           o        0          o          0     10,000    10,000     o.ooo/,    10,000
634 1 MlSC EQUIPMENT                 4,300    4,070      3,000      2,067     3,000      2,500   106.67%       6,200
6346 SAFETY EQUIPMENT                1,500      400      1,500      1,410      1,500     1,200     0.00%       1,500
651 1 OFFICE SUPPLIES                1,200     5,736     1,200      1,895      1,200     1,200     0.00%       1,200


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                                          Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct        Account Title            FY05 Bud FY05Act IT06 Bud FY06Act IT07 Bud IT07 Pr]                          %
                                                                                                                   5     IT08 Plan
652 1 CLOTHING                           1,300   1,039     1,500  1,076     1,200   1,000                         25.00%     1,500
6524 SHOP SUPPLIES                         1,900      1,593        1,800      1,843        1,800      1,500        0.00%     1,800
6533 TOOL PURCHASE~REPAIR                 3,000       3,651        3,000      3,387        3,500      3,000        0.00%     3,500
6551 VEHICLE OPERATING EXPENSE            7,000       8,234        7,500      8,807        7,200      7,000       15.28%     8,300
Sub-Total WATER DlSTRlBUTIC              20,200      24,724       19,500     20,486       37,400     35,400                 42,000


328    WATER PRODUCTlON
6 111 JANITOIUAL SUPPLIES                   700         484          725        73 1         725        600        0.00%      725
630 1 MISC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT               500            0         500        230          500        500        0.00%      500
634 1 MISC EQUIPMENT                          0            0           0           0       2,000      1,000       50.00%     3,000
6346 SAFETY EQUIPMENT                          0           0           0         87            0              0               500
65 11 OFFICE SUPPLIES                        500        189          500        479          500        250        0.00%      500
652 1 CLOTHING                             1,250        762          850        536        1,250      1,000       40.00-      750
6533 TOOL PURCHASE~REPAIR                  1,100        548        1,200        465          800        600        0.00%      800
655 1 VEHICLE OPERATING EXPENSE            2,500      2,986        2,500      4,387        2,550      2,550       41.96%     3,620
6555 GASOLINE, OIL, GREASE                 1,200        337        1,600      1,136        1,975      3,000       11.39%     2,200
6562 ODOR CONTROL CHEMICALS              15,000      10,814       10,000      2,401       10,500      3,000       20.60-     8,337
6563 TREATMENT CHEMICALS                  5,920       2,045        5,000      4,242        3,000      3,000       52.47%     4,574
6565 COAGULATIONCHEMICALS                14,225       8,317       14,450     24,763       14,500     14,500       24.00%    17,980
6566 DISINFECTION CHEMICALS              10,000       3,126       10,000      5,713       15,000     15,000        0.00%    15,000
6568 FLOURIDATION CHEMICALS                4,780      1,521        4,000      3,805        4,000      6,000       53.75%     6,150
6577 GENERAL PLANTSUPPLIES                 1,600        124        1,500        105        1,500       1,000       0.00%     1,500
6581 LAB EQUIPMENT~SUPPLIES                6,800      6,936        8,200     10,726       13,000     11,000        0.00%    13,000
Sub-Total WATER PRODUCT101               66,075      38,188       61,025     59,806       71,800     63,000                 79,136

----- --
-------COMMODITIES=======
                                          86,275     62,912       80,525     80,292      109,200     98,400                121,136

7000 =======DEBTSERVICE======

328     WATER PRODUCTION
7 101 PRINCIPAL ON BONDS                       0           0           0           0            0             0                 0
7201 INTEREST ON BONDS                         o           o           o           o            o             o                 o
7301 BOND ISSUANCEIMAINT EXP                   0           0           0           0            0             0                 0
 Sub-Total WATER PRODUCT101                     0          0            0          0            0             0                  0


---- ---
-------DEBT    SERVICE======                    0          0            0          0            0             0                  0


9000 =OTHER EXPENDITURES/USES=
328     WATER PRODUCTION
9 110 UNCOLLECTABLES                           0           0            0      6,074            0             0                  0
9 153 MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS                  300           0            0         90            0             0                  0
 Sub-Total WATER PRODUCT101                  300           0            0      6,164            0             0                  0


=OTHER EXPENDITURES/USES=                    300           0            0      6,164            0             0                  0




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                                      Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct   I  Account Title       I              I             I       I             I
                               FY05 Bud FY05 Act FY06 Bud FY06 Act FYO7 Bud FY07 F'~J     I       I   %   I FY08 Plan
9500 --OTHER FINANCING USES---
328         WATER PRODUCTION
95 11   DEPRECIATION                      0       196,343       0       167,182       0       0                     0
Sub-Total WATER PRODUCT101                0       196,343       0       167,182       0       0                     0


--OTHER FINANCING USES---                 0       196,343       0       167,182       0       0                     0


Total Fund 11                      1,244,065 1,411,691 1,300,457 1,525,899 1,391,198 1,394,007              1,466,061




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                                                                                                                                         Date: 11/08/2006
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Acct   I         Account Title              I FY05 Bud I FY05 Act I FY06 Bud I FY06 Act 1 FY07 Bud I FY07 Pq I             %        I FY08 Plan
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4000 ==PERSONNELEXPENDITURES
204        VILLAGE MANAGER'S OFFICE
421 1 SALARIES - REGULAR                        327,500       332,728       305,000       292,306    304,200    304,200    4.87%       319,000
4212 SALARIES - RHS PAY                             600               0           600       1,092      1,500      1,500    4.00%          1,560
4221 SALARIES - TEMPORARY                        10,000        11,820         32,500       20,081     32,500     32,500    4.00%        33,800
4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                           62,880        66,669         56,000       66,380     59,300     63,000     4.05-       56,900
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.                     21,500        22,442         18,800       15,363     16,850     16,850    4.99%         17,690
46 12 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.                            0        2,555          5,300       4,711      4,870      4,870    4.93%          5,110
4621 ILL MUNI.RET. FUND                          21,200        27,651         31,600       27,196     28,900     28,900    3.63%        29,950
Sub-Total VILLAGE MANAGER':                     443,680       463,866        449,800      427,129    448,120    451,820                464,010


208        LEGAL SERVICES
4221 SALARIES TEMPORARY
            -                                     14,400        14,400        14,400       14,400     14,400     14,400    0.00%         14,400
4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                             6,550         7,187          6,550       7,939      7,500      7,500    5.07%          7,880
46 11 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.                         490           340            890         270        900       900     0.00%           900
46 12 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.                            0            39           200          63        210       2 10    0.00%           210
Sub-Total LEGAL SERVICES                          21,440        21,966        22,040       22,671     23,010     23,010                  23,390


220        FINANCE - ADMIN
42 11 SALARIES REGULAR
              -                                 297,100       275,949        305,124      302,381    3 13,500   329,400    8.84%       341,200
4212 SALARIES RHS PAY
              -                                    2,800           755          2,800       2,269      1,000      1,000    4.00%          1,040
4221 SALARIES TEMPORARY
             -                                          0             0       18,000            0          0       935                        0
4231 OVERTIME                                           0             0              0          0          0         0                        0
4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS                           64,100        67,852         60,000       66,980     73,000     73,000    4.79%         76,500
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.                     22,300         17,705        17,220       17,164     17,570     17,570    8.65%         19,090
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.                              0       1,656          4,400       4,184      4,530      4,530    9.49%          4,960
4621 ILL MUNI.RET. FUND                           18,400        19,697        27,100       27,103     29,775     29,775    7.81%         32,100
 Sub-Total FINANCE - ADMIN                      404,700       383,615        434,644      420,082    439,375    456,210                 474,890


228        PUBLIC WORKS - ADMIN
421 1 SALARIES - REGULAR                        335,330       340,972        353,481      358,921    372,700    372,700    4.40%        389,100
4212 SALARIES- RHS PAY                             3,830         2,565          3,000       4,430      3,000      3,000    4.00%          3,120
4221 SALARIES TEMPORARY
             -                                     6,000            195         5,000       5,069      5,000      4,705    0.00%          5,000
4231 OVERTIME                                         500          504            500         902        500        500    0.00%            500
4261 EMPLOYEEBENEFITS                             67,100        69,793        70,500       74,698     76,300     76,700    4.74%         79,920
46 11 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.                      24,300        21,573         19,600      19,655     20,500     20,500    4.29%         21,380
46 12 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.                             0       2,074          5,200       5,159      5,460      5,460    4.76%          5,720
4621 ILL MUNI. RET. FUND                          20,100        24,167        31,420       31,588     35,450     35,450    3.19%         36,580
 Sub-Total PUBLIC WORKS - AD                    457,160       461,844        488,701      500,421    518,910    519,015                 54 1,320


232        SEWERS
42 11 SALARIES - REGULAR                        427,284       420,368        440,921      452,193    472,800    444,000     4.27%       492,975
42 12 SALARIES - RHS PAY                            1,780              0        1,800       3,950       1,800     1,800     4.00%         1,872
4221 SALARIES - TEMPORARY                         2 1,800       21,185         22,595      19,425     23,560     23,500   272.45%        87,750


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 Acct         Account Title    FY05 Bud FY05Act FY06 Bud FY06 Act FY07 Bud FY07 Prj                 %      FY08 Plan
423 1 OVERTIME                   17,205   11,478  15,000   12,633    17,500  8,500                  18.57-    14,250
426 1 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS          93,100  92,785   97,900   99,710   105,950 88,950                  3.45%    109,600
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.     29,400    30,326        29,000   28,518      30,760    30,760     17.04%     36,000
46 12 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.         0      2,780         6,970     6,825      7,380      7,380    16.94%      8,630
462 1 ILL MUNI.RET. FUND         24,200    3 1,627       42,700   4 1,907     48,540    48,540     15.10%     55,870
Sub-Total SEWERS                614,769   610,549    656,886      665,161     708,290   653,430              806,947


236    FORESTRY
421 1 SALARIES - REGULAR        259,200   276,958    266,872      248,286     267,600   227,000    28.84%    344,782
42 12 SALARIES- RHS PAY           1,620     1,024         1,600      209        1,600     1,600     4.00%      1,664
422 1 SALARIES - TEMPORARY       24,000    23,787        24,940    26,750      25,800    25,500    l00.00-        0
4231 OVERTIME                    15,460     3,938        12,500    14,897      14,878     8,000     16.99-    12,350
426 1 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS          57,800    61,512        52,800    61,779     79,700     68,321    14.24%     91,050
46 11 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.     19,900    21,213        19,100    17,444      18,950    18,950    16.83%     22,140
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.          0      1,597         4,460     4,080       4,430     4.430    16.93%      5,180
462 1 ILL MUNI.RET. FUND         15,800    20,597        27,374    22,662      29,150    29,150    15.06%     33,540
Sub-Total FORESTRY              393,780   410,626    409,646      396,107     442,108   382,95 1             510,706


240    MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS
42 11 SALARIES - REGULAR         48,800    80,053        50,450    31,294      36,100    37,562     9.67%     39,592
42 12 SALARIES - RHS PAY              0         0             0         0           0         0                    0
422 1 SALARIES - TEMPORARY        4,650     3,515         4,750     3,913       5,000     4,500    20.00%      6,000
4231 OVERTIME                     3,200       983         3,300     6,269       3,450     3,000     27.54-     2,500
426 1 EMPLOYEE BENEFlTS          14,600    14,065        15,300    13,607      16,600    16,600     3.43%     17,170
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.      3,840     3,761         3,620     2,458       2,725     2,725     9.36%      2,980
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.           0       328          850       575         640       640      9.38%       700
462 1 ILL MUNI.RET. FUND          2,900     3,574         4,780     3,219       3,720     3,720     6.18%      3,950
Sub-Total MUNlCIPAL BUlLDlN      77,990   106,278        83,050    6 1,334     68,235    68,747               72,892


248    COMMUNI'IY DEVELOPMENT
421 1 SMES     - REGULAR         42,500    41,387        42,874    45,730      48,600    50,112     7.76%     52,370
42 12 SALARIES - RHS PAY              0         0             0         0           0         0                    0
422 1 SMES   - TEMPORARY          4,750     5,001        14,750     8,752      15,000    15,000     5.17%     15,775
426 1 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS             460     3,710        15,300    10,789      16,600    16,600     3.43%     17,170
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.      2,940     3,156         3,500     3,262       3,930     3,930     7.38%      4,220
46 12 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.          0       283          800       763         920        920     7.61%       990
462 1 ILLMUNI. RET. FUND          2,200     2,882         3,800     4,129       4,620     4,620     6.49%      4,920
 Sub-Total COMMUNlTY DEVELl      52,850    56,419        81,024    73,425      89,670    91,182               95,445


252     MUNlCIPAL GARAGE
421 1 SALARIES REGULAR
             -                  113,250   112,953    117,940      117,140     123,900   123,900     3.95%    128,797
42 12 SMES   - RHS PAY                o         0             0         0           0         o                    0
422 1 SMES   - TEMPORARY         22,900    17,873        23,800    19,992      25,300    25,000    ~OO.OO-         0
4231 OVERTIME                    13,750    15,966        12,350    16,819 -    14,000    14,000     0.00%     14,000
426 1 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS          31,100    30,329        32,600    33,273      35,100    39,500     3.13%     36,200



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                                     Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct         Account Title       FY05 Bud FY05Act FY06 Bud FYO6Act FY07 Bud FY07 Pj                    %         FY08 Plan
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.        10,200   9,590    9,550    8,958   9,990    9,990                   11.71-        8,820
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.              0     908    2,230    2,095   2,340    2,340                   11.97.        2,060
462 1 ILL MUNI. RET. FUND            7,300   9,815   13,710   13,000  15,370   15,370                   13.08-       13,360
Sub-Total MUNICIPAL GARAGE         198,500    197,432    212,180      21 1,277   226,000   230,100                  203,237


256       STREETS
42 11 SALARIES - REGULAR           346,100    295,22 1   358,683      234,777    381,600   275,000       0.67-     379,046
42 12 SALARIES - RHS PAY             1,710          0         1,700     3,302      1,785     1,785      4.00%         1,856
422 1 SALARIES - TEMPORARY          25,000     25,907        25,880    16,606     26,500    27,261      1oo.00-           0
423 1 OVERTIME                      57,780     68,178        55,000    58,965     57,250    57,250      8.34%        62,025
4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS              93,840     96,208        98,700   108,045    106,900    82,491       12.67-      93,360
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.        26,600     25,733        27,530    18,378     26,700    26,700       0.97%       26,960
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.              0      2,638         6,440     4,298      6,250     6,250       0.96%        6,310
4621 ILL MUNI. RET. FUND            22,300     27,128        39,520    25,125     41,100    41,100        0.63-      40,840
Sub-Total STREETS                  573,330    541,012    613,453      469,495    648,085   517,837                  610,397


288       POLICE SERVICES
421 1 SALARIES - REGULAR          1,850,830 1,882,067 1,978,912 1,995,316 2,089,100 2,089,100            6.43%    2,223,456
4212 SALARIES - RHS PAY              8,140      3,904         8,000     5,636      4,000     4,000       4.00%        4,160
422 1 SALARIES TEMPORARY
               -                    46,350     47,636        47,300    68,789     65,000    65,000       4.00%       67,600
423 1 OVERTIME                     260,000    250,483    279,100      323,832    322,500   305,000        3.26-     312,000
4232 SPECIAL DETAIL OVERTIME       105,000     4 1,074       26,000    41,133     37,000    41,000      10.81%       4 1,000
4246 PENSION COST - POLICE         767,692    775,590    800,000      900,527 1,027,821 1,027,821       19.16%    1,224,798
4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS             290,600    321,689    318,600      342,816  355,000 360,000           3.06%      365,870
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.        30,150     27,915        25,140    28,258     23,790    23,790      16.77%       27,780
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.         15,900     17,932        23,400    23,684     24,360    23,460       9.85%       26,760
462 1 ILL MUNI. RET. FUND           22,800     25,188        31,900    34,250     32,683    32,683      11.74%       36,520
 Sub-Total POLICE SERVICES        3,397,462 3,393,476 3,538,352 3,764,24 1 3,981,254 3,971,854                    4,329,944


292       FIRE SERVICES
42 11 SALARIES - REGULAR           77 1,200   784,199    824,546      83 1,386   870,500   870,500       6.43%      926,440
4212 SALARIES - RHS PAY              3,420       1,627        3,500     2,349      1,200     1,200       4.00%        1,248
4221 SALARIES TEMPORARY
             -                      30,000     16,804        30,000     6,639     30,000    30,000       4.00%       31,200
4231 OVERTIME                       75,300     83,090        97,800   112,902    112,000    60,000       44.29-      62,400
4232 SPECIAL DETAIL OVERTIME          1,500     2,853         1,200       577      1,200     1,200       4.00%        1,248
4245 PENSION COST - FIRE            31,949     33,955         6,000     5,796          0            0                     0
4261 EMPLOYEEBENEFITS              161,100    170,587    172,300      170,916    185,700   190,000       6.99%      198,680
461 1 SOCIAL SECURITYADMIN.         11,400      9,986        10,470     8,886      9,900     9,900      16.97%       11,580
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.          6,480      7,409         9,700     9,272     10,150    10,150       g.85y0      11,150
462 1 ILL MUNI. RET. FUND            8,000      9,245        13,320    12,311     13,618    13,618      11.76%       15,220
463 1 ANNUAL MEDICAL EXAMS          24,000     19,151        25,000    17,145     25,000    25,000       4.00%       26,000
 Sub-Total FIRE SERVICES          1,124,349 1,138,907 1,193,836 1,178,178 1,259,268 1,211,568                      1,285,166


296        PARAMEDIC SERVICES
421 1   ISALARIES   -   REGULAR    462,700    470,518    494,728      498,832    522,300   522,300       6.43%      555,864



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                                           Village of Glencoe
                                                                                                                   Time: 12:53PM
                                            FY 2008 Budget
                                    Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct         Account Title      FY05 Bud FY05Act FY06 Bud FY06Act FY07 Bud FY07 P ~ J                %        FY08 Plan
4212 SALARIES - RHS PAY             2,030     976    2,000    1,409    1,000   1,000                  4.00%        1,040
422 1 SALARIES - TEMPORARY              0       0        0        0        0       0                                   0
423 1 OVERTIME                     18,100        11,875    22,700     14,517     20,000    18,700     4.00%       20,800
4232 SPECIAL DETAIL OVERTIME          100         1,712       100        346        500       500     4.00%          520
426 1 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS            72,700        77,263    79,650     82,284     88,600    86,000     3.23%       91,460
46 11 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.        5,750         5,442      6,280     4,880      5,950     5,950    16.81%        6,950
4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.         3,380         3,884      5,860     5,094      6,090     6,090     9.85%        6,690
462 1 ILL MUNI.RET. FUND            4,800         5,556      7,990     7,424      8,180     8,180    11.61%        9,130
Sub-Total PARAMEDIC SERVIC        569,560        577,226   6 19,308   614,787    652,620   648,720               692,454


==PERSONNELI3XPENDITURES=        8,329,570 8,363,2 15 8,802,920 8,804,307 9,504,945 9,226,444                  10,110,798


5000 ===CONTRACTUALSERVICES==
204    VILLAGE MANAGER'S OFFICE
5 121 OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT.       2,800           530      2,800       115      2,800      1,000    0.00%        2,800
5337 LEGAL COUNSEL - OTHER              0         3,329          0         0          0         0                      0
5339 TRUSTEE EXPENSES               4,500            75      4,500       426      2,250     2,250    11.11%        2,500
534 1 EMPLOYMENT EXPENSE                0             0          0         0          0         0                      0
537 1 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES          0         17,705    20,000     16,567    20,000    20,000     0.00%       20,000
5388 TEMPORARY LABOR                    o             o          o         o          o         o                      o
5398 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES              0             0     25,000     5,129      15,000        0     50.00-       7,500
551 1 POSTAGE                       4,000         2,277      4,000     4,514       5,000     5,000    0.00%        5,000
552 1 TELECOM~INTERNET
                     SERV.          6,000         6,613      9,000     3,857      8,150      6,500    12.27-       7,150
5531 PUBLISHING                      1,000          604      1,000         0       1,000     1,000    0.00%        1,000
554 1 PUBLIC REPORTING             47,000        45,634     27,000    25,785     32,000    32,000     0.00%       32,000
56 11 MEMBERSHIPSjDUES             13,000         10,748    10,000    11,058      10,300     9,500     1.94%      10,500
5631 IN SERVICE TRAINING            9,000          1,284     7,000       255      7,000      7,000    4.29%        7,300
           IL G
Sub-Total VL A E MANAGER':          87,300        88,800   110,300     67,706    103,500    84,250                95,750


208     E A
       L G L SERVICES
533 1 LABOR COUNSEL                20,000    '   23,832     20,000      8,924     20,000    15,000    50.00-      10,000
5332 CORPORATE COUNSEL            115,000        129,504   118,000    154,973    135,000   135,000    18.52%     160,000
5333 VILLAGE PROSECUTOR               500             0        500          0       500       250     0.00%          500
5335 LITIGATION COUNSEL              7,500            0      7,500    30,046       7,500     5,000    0.00%        7,500
5337 LEGAL COUNSEL - OTHER         50,000         27,357    50,000     17,268     10,000    10,000 400.00%        50,000
           E A
Sub-Total L G L SERVICES           193,000       180,693   196,000    21 1,211   173,000   165,250               228,000


2 12     O M NT
        C M U I Y SERVICES
5342 FAMILY COUNSELING SERVICE           0        22,500    24,150          0     40,000    25,000    37.50-      25,000
5384 DEER MANAGEMENT                 5,000         5,295     6,750      5,349      6,600     6,600   150.00%      16,500
5385 FOURTH OF JULY ART FAIR           750           526       750        567        650       415     0.00%         650
5389 MlSC. COMMUNl'IY EVENTS             0            0          0          0         0         0                       0
            O M NT
 Sub-Total C M U I Y SERVIC          5,750        28,321    31,650      5,915     47,250    32,015                42,150




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                                            Expenditure Detail By sub Account
 Acct   I          Account Title       I FY05 Bud I FY05 Act I FY06 Bud I FY06 Act I FY07 Bud I FY07 FYj I                          %        I FY08 Plan
220           FINANCE - ADMIN
5 121   OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT.             1,000         1,107             3,250            1,451        2,300         2,300   56.52-            1,000
5306    COMPUTER SOFTWAREMNNT              28,000        20,834            23,000           23,950       25,300        25,300 24.51%             31,500
531 1   AUDITING SERVICES                  41,000        39,024            35,000           25,870       36,900        30,000   19.65-           29,650
53 15   BANKING FEES                            0             0                 0               0             0             0                         0
5371    DATA PROCESSING SERVICES                0             0             6,200                0            0             0                         0
5388    TEMPORARY LABOR                    18,000        30,361            18,540           23,658       17,000        16,000   0.00%            17,000
551 1   POSTAGE                             5,000         5,993             5,150            6,041        6,000         6,000   3.00%             6,180
5521    TELECOMjlNTERNET SERV.              2,500         1,400             2,540            3,304        4,240         4,000    3.30-             4,100
5531    PUBLISHING                            850           637               850             495           850           500   0.00%                850
561 1   MEMBERSHlPSjDUES                    3,000         4,326             3,100            4,293        4,500         4,500   4.33%              4,695
5631    IN SERVICE TRAINING                 4,000         1,507             4,500            7,670        5,500        11,000 180.00%             15,400
5641    TUITION          REIMBURSE          1,000             0             4,000            7,013       12,700        12,700   27.56-             9,200
Sub-Total FINANCE - ADMIN                  104,350       105,190       106,130 103,744                   115,290 112,300                         119,575


222           SUPPORT SERVICES
5121        OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT.         6,000         7,008             6,000            6,980        7,000         7,000       4.00%         7,280
5306        COMPUTER SOFIWARE MAINT        17,000        19,715            30,000           26,731       30,000        30,000       6.67%        32,000
5307        INTERNET DESIGN SERVICES       36,000        36,000            37,400           37,500       39,375        37,500       2.18~0       40,235
5341        EMPLOYMENT EXPENSE              2,000         2,909             2,500            3,311        3,500         3,500       0.00%         3,500
5521    TELECOMjlNTERNET SERV.              4,400         3,333             4,400            4,500        4,400         4,400        15.00-       3,740
 Sub-Total SUPPORT SERVICES                65,400        68,966            80,300           79,022        84,275       82,400                     86,755


224            LIABILITY INSURANCE
5912 PUBLIC LIABILITY INSUR.               189,980 196,007             214,600 170,641                   203,000 175,000              7.78-      187,200
5915 INSURANCE DEDUCTlBLES                   1,000    901                6,000       2                     1,000      0              50.00-         500
5924 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE                 10,000  15,251              20,000 33,689                     34,000 25,000             23.53-        26,000
 Sub-Total LIABILI'IY INSURANC             200,980 212,159             240,600 204,332                   238,000 200,000                         213,700


228            PUBLIC WORKS - ADMIN
5 121 OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT.               1,636         1,460             1,625            2,246        1,675         1,500       29.85%         2,175
5 122 RADIO EQUIPMENT MAINT.                 300              0               100              150          250             0        0.00%           250
5308        GIS SERVICES                   53,506        56,255            63,586       -   63,586       57,000        57,000        5.26%        60,000
5348        CDL TESTING                     2,750         3,315             2,750            2,820        2,750         2,750        0.00%         2,750
5371        DATA PROCESSING SERVICES        2,700         2,718             2,700            3,616        2,700         3,600       48.15%         4,000
551 1       POSTAGE                         3,000         3,625             3,000            2,966        3,000         3,000        0.00%         3,000
5521        TELECOMIINTERNETSERV.           9,000         7,088             7,500            5,476        6,000         6,500       25.00%         7,500
5531        PUBLISHING                        800           174               500              835          500         1,090        0.00%           500
5631        IN SERVICE TRAINING             3,500         2,775             3,016            3,010        2,945         2.700       10.19%         3,245
5912        PUBLIC LIABILITY INSUR.        44,800        48,519            50,600           42,017       50,100        50,100        0.00%        50,100
5915        INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLES           5,000        10,091            19,500            7,903        7,000         4,064        1.9
                                                                                                                                      42.          6,000
 Sub-Total PUBLIC WORKS - AD               126,992       136,021       154,877 134,624                   133,920 132,304                         139,520


232            SEWERS
5 151       ISEWER   MAINTENANCE       1   39,500    1    51,103   1       40,000   1       41,169   1    40,700   1   37,500   1    O.OO%~       40,700


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                                                     Bud08 Detail by SubAcct.imr
                                                                                                                                      Date: 11/08/2006
                                                    Village of Glencoe
                                                                                                                                       Time: 12:53PM
                                                     FY 2008 Budget
                                             Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct        Account Title     FY05 Bud FY05Act FY06 Bud FY06Act FYO7 Bud FY07 Pq                                        %         FY08 Plan
5 152 SEWER PUMP REPAIRJMAINT.    3,250   1,936     1,500  1,407     1,000    800                                        0.00%         1,000
5 158 L~FTSTATION R / M           9,000   6,900    6,000   5,525    8,500   8,500                                       52.94-        4,000
5362 DRY CLEANING SERVICES        2,250   1,851    2,250   1,674    2,400   2,400                                         4.17-       2,300
5498 CREDIT CARD FEES                  0    664      600   1,650    1,200   1,200                                        0.00%         1,200
552 1 TELECOMJINTERNETSERV.       2,220   2,625    2,080   1,299    1,440   1,400                                        0.00%         1,440
5631 IN SERVICE TRAINING          1,950     656    2,000     957    1,800    1,000                                       11.1 1.       1,600
5765 ELECTRICAL - LIGHTJAC        4,000   3,979    3,500   2,754    2,500   2,500                                       40.00%         3,500
593 1 EQUIPMENT RENTAL             1,000    675       500      0    2,500    1,000                                      40.00-         1,500
Sub-Total SEWERS                            63,170       70,391       58,430      56,436       62,040      56,300                     57,240


236     FORESTRY
5 116 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE                    9,000      21,944         9,500      19,704       17,000      25,000       17.65%        20,000
5 118 TREE MAINTENANCE                       3,900        4,775        3,900       4,971        8,350       4,500       10.18%         9,200
5 129 GENERAL EQUIPMENT RIM                  3,000           14        2,500       2,107        2.500       4,000        0.00%         2,500
5 144 BICYCLE PATH REPAIR                     1,750       1,750        1,000       1,000         1,000       1,281       0.00%         1,000
5291 GLENCOE ROAD RESTORATION                3,500        3,500        3,500       3,304        3,500       2,500        0.00%         3,500
5293 TREE PLANTlNG                          60,000     140,760        80,000      93,313       95,000      93,500        0.00%        95,000
53 11 AUDlTlNG SERVlCES                         500         442          500         336           500        333        3.00%          515
5355 WATER TOWER SITE MAINT.                  1,000            0           0            0      30,000               0   100.00-           0
5362 DRY CLEANING SERVICES                   2,000        2,189        2,000        1,616       2,100        1,600       2.38%         2,150
5371 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES                 1,100         300          500            0        1,000        750        0.00%         1,000
5388 TEMPORARY LABOR                        15,000      22,404        18,000      28,353       20,000      20,000        2.50%        20,500
552 1 TELECOM/INTERNETSERV.                   1,300         503          750         423           725        700        0.00%          725
5631 IN SERVICE TRAINING                     2,500          857        2,500        1,131       2,750        1,500       9.09%         3,000
5745 DUMPING FEES                           12,000        8,985       12,000      16,294       12,000      11,500       25.00%        15,000
Sub-Total FORESTRY                         116,550     208,424       136,650     172,553      196,425     167,164                    174,090


240      MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS
5 111 BUILDING MAINTENANCE                  14,000       13,328       11,820      15,330       11,850      11,850        2.11%        12,100
5 114 MUNICIPAL BLDG REPAIR                 13,000        7,195       13,500      13,871       13,300      12,500        0.00%        13,300
5 116 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE                     1,000          75          500         881           500         500       0.00%          500
5 135 DlESEL MOTORS RIM                         750            0         750           0         1,500       3,000      33.33%         2,000
5 145 BUS SHELTER REPAIR                        500            0         500         489           500              0    0.00%          500
536 1 JANITORIAL CLEANlNG SERV.             28,000       26,927       28,000      28,243       29,870      27,500         0.90-       29,600
5362 DRY CLEANING SERVICES                    1,000       1,479        1,000         630         1,175      1,175        2.13%         1,200
57 11 MUNl BLDG HEATlNG                      14,000      12,785       13,850      14,985       16,850      14,000        0.30%        16,900
5765 ELECTRICAL - LIGHT/AC                    8,000       8,525        8,500       6,467       11,000        8,000       0.00%        11,000
Sub-Total MUNICIPAL BUILDIN                  80,250      70,313       78,420      80,895       86,545      78,525                     87,100


244      PARKING
5 112 CNW DEPOT MAINTENANCE                   9,000      16,855 '      9,000      16,657       12,250      12,000        2.04%        12,500
5 147 PARKING IMPROVEMENTS                         o           o            o           o            o              o                     o
5 148 RAILROAD CROSSING RIM                        o           o            o           o            o              o                     o
5149 TRAIN STATION WALK RIM                     500            0         500          500          500         375       0.00%          500
5292 TRAFFIC SlGNAL R/M                       7,000       5,926        6,000        7,345        8,000       8,000      15.63%         9,250
5295 TRAFFIC S~GNALIMPROVE.                        o           o            o           o             o             o                      o

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                                           Village of Glencoe
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                                            FY 2008 Budget
                                    Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct       Account Title        FY05 Bud FY05Act FY06 Bud FY06Act FY07 Bud EY07 Pq         %        EY08 Plan
5321 ENGINEERING SERVICES           3,500   2,419    2,500    1,367   2,500   1,300        0.00%         2,500
5901 UP PARKING LEASE              12,000   9,551   12,000   16,002  12,000  12,000        20.83%       14,500
5915 lNSURANCE DEDUCTIBLES          2,500   3,113    2,500      700    1,000  4,097         0.00%        1,000
Sub-Total PARKING                  34,500    37,864   32,500   42,571    36,250   37,772                40,250


248    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
5381 HANDYMAN ASSISTANCE PROG.       500      1,054     800     1,103     1,000     750     0.00%           1,000
5490 MlSC INSPECTION SERVICES       1,000        0      500         0      500      425     0.00%            500
5492 PLAN REVIEW                    3,000    52,464   4,000    24,771    4,000    6,000     0.00%           4,000
5493 PLUMBING INSPECTIONS           3,000     4,896   3,500     5,120    3,000    3,000     0.00%           3,000
5495 UPGRADEMAPRECORDS              3,000     2,463   3,000     2,221    3,000    2,500     0.00%           3,000
563 1 IN SERVICE TRNNING            2,595     1,996    2,545    2,019    2,545     1.700    0.00~0          2,545
Sub-Total COMMUNITY DEVELl         13,095    62,873   14,345   35,234    14,045   14,375                14,045


252    MUNICIPAL GARAGE
5 111 BUILDING MAINTENANCE         16,550    18,948   11,720   11,732    12,300   12,000   42.28%       17,500
5 114 MUNICIPAL BLDG REPAIR             0       88        0      78 1         0       0                        0
5 129 GENERAL EQUIPMENT RIM         6,000     3,373    5,500    5,978    12,750   12,000    54.51-          5,800
5362 DRY CLEANING SERVICES          2,750     1,994    2,500    2,008     2,700    2,700    25.93-          2,000
537 1 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES      4,000     2,847    3,500    2,776    4,800     3,500    4.17%           5,000
563 1 IN SERVICE TRAINING           1,850       729    2,200      48 1    1,700    1,500    23.53-          1,300
57 11 MUNI BLDG HEATING             7,250     7,065    7,800    4,642     7,600    7,600    1.32%           7,700
5765 ELECTRICAL - LIGHTJAC              0        0        0         0        0        0                        0
Sub-Total MUNICIPAL GARAGE         38,400    35,044   33,220   28,397    41,850   39,300                39,300


256    STREETS
5 113 BUSINESS DISTRICT RJ M        4,500     5,422    4,000    3,430     4,000    4,000    0.00%           4,000
5 122 RADIO EQUIPMENT MAINT.        2,500     1,361    2,000    1,927     2,000    2,000    0.00%           2,000
5 129 GENERAL EQUIPMENT RIM         7,200     4,209    6,000    6,861     6,000    6,000    0.00~0          6,000
5141 CRACK SEALING REPAIRS         10,000    10,106   10,000    9,964    10,000    7,500    0.00%       10,000
5 142 BRIDGE REPAIRS                1,000         0    1,000        0     1,000     500     0.00%           1,000
5 146 UTLITY STREET PATCH RIM      15,000    18,672   20,000   26,765    30,000   30,000    0.00%       30,000
5362 DRY CLEANING SERVICES          2,200     2,169    2,000    2,220     2,080    1,800    0.96%           2,100
552 1 TELECOMJINTERNET SERV.        1,225      759     1,200      947     1,200    1,150    4.17%           1,250
5631 IN SERVICE TRAINING            2,900     1,709    3,300    2,699     2,000    2,000   85.00%           3,700
5745 DUMPING FEES                   6,000     7,304    5,000    2,439     6,000    4,500    0.00%           6,000
Sub-Total STREETS                  52,525    51,710   54,500   57,251    64,280   59,450                66,050


260    STREET LIGHTING
5721 GENERAL OVERHEAD LlGHTlNC     52,000    57,424   52,000   50,473    52,000   51,500   25.00%       65,000
5722 RESIDENTIAL STREET LIGHTS      4,700     4,608    4,700    2,263     4,700    4,000    0.00%        4,700
5723 BUS DISTlCT STREET LIGHTS      2,500     3,057    3,200    1,656     3,200    3,200    0.00%           3,200
5724 HOLIDAY STREET LIGHTING        15,000   13,917   15,450   10,552    15,800   13,900    2.85%       16,250
 Sub-Total STREET LIGHTING          74,200   79,006   75,350   64,944    75,700   72,600                89,150




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                                             Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct   I         Account Title         I FY05 Bud I FY05 Act I FY06 Bud I FY06 Act I FY07 Bud I FY07 Prj I    %       I FY08 Plan
288          POLICE SERVICES
5121        OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT.          4,115     3,645         4,000    3,160      4,000     4,000       2.88%        4,115
5122        RADIO EQUIPMENT MAINT.          25,200    26,121        28,300   27,229     26,500    22,976       0.00%       26,500
5 125       SAFETY EQUIPMENT TESTING         1,600     1,600         2,200    2,224      2,200     2,200      54.55-        1,000
5343        PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES          35,105    31,855        30,925   27,450     32,830    32,830      22.78%       40,308
5346        POLICE CANINE SERVICES               0         0             0         0         0         56                       0
5347        CRISIS SOCIAL WORK SERVIC       36,487    36,487        37,217   37,035     38,525     38,525      000%        38.525
5371        DATA PROCESSING SERVICES        15,000    14,966             0      4 12         0          0                       0
5494        PUBLIC EDUCATION                 8,500     6,310         8,500    7,265      8,500      8.500      1.18%        8,600
551 1       POSTAGE                          2,500     2,779         2,500    2,444      2,500      2,500      0.00%        2,500
5521        TELECOMIINTERNET SERV           30,860    33,841        37,800   41,079     37,582     20,110       0.01-      37,577
5631        IN SERVICE TRAINING             36,058    30,079        36,760   36,245     41,348     41,348       0.93-      40,962
5641        TUITION     REIMBURSE           20,000    16,322        20,000   20,084     22,000     22,000       0.91-      21,800
59 12       PUBLIC LIABILITY INSUR.         58,735    61,190        66,350   54,593     65,680     65,680      0.00%       65,680
59 15       INSURANCE DEDUCTlBLES            3,500     4,284        15,000   12,791     15,000     15,000      0.00%       15,000
Sub-Total POLICE SERVICES                  277,660 269,477       289,552 272.01 1      296,665 275,725                     302,567


292          FIRE SERVICES
5 121       OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT.          1,125       961         1,125      472      1,125      1,125      0.00~0        1,125
5 122       RADIO EQUIPMENT MAINT.           4,750      3,207        4,750    3,169      4,750      4,750      0.00%         4,750
5 125       SAFETYEQUIPMENTTESTING           7,150      3,015        5,650    2,863      6,750      6,750      0.00%         6,750
5343                      ~
            PUBLIC S A F SERVICES            9,000      8,507       11,000   10,465     11,000     11,000      22.73-        8,500
5494        PUBLIC EDUCATION                 6,500      5,852        8,500    6,549      8,700      8,700      17.39-        7,187
5511        POSTAGE                          1,000        810        1,000      259      1,000      1,000      0.00%         1,000
5521        TELECOMIINTERNET SERV.          23,935     19,323       27,135   20,404     29,135     29,135      0.00%        29,135
5631        IN SERVICE TRAINING             19,000     19,652       19,000   19,017     19,112     19,112      0.52%        19,212
 Sub-Total FIRE SERVICES                    72,460     61,326       78,160   63,198      81,572    81,572                   77,659


296          PARAMEDlC SERVICES
5 121       OFFICE EQUIPMENT MAINT.            750        633          700      624         700      700       0.00%           700
5 122       RADIO EQUIPMENTMAINT.            7,251      3,901        7,251    3,983       7,350     7,350      0.00%         7,350
551 1       POSTAGE                            600        110          600      155         600      600       0.00%          600
5521        TELECOMIINTERNET SERV                0        229          600        0         600      600       0.00%          600
5631        IN SERVICE TRAINING              8,500      7,859        9,000    9,005      10,000    10,000      0.00%        ~~,ooo
 Sub-Total PARAMEDIC SERVIC                  17,101    12,732       18,151   13,766      19,250    19,250                   19,250


===CONTRACTUALSERVICES==                                  10 1,789,135 1,693,809 1,869,8571,710,552
                                          1,623,683 1,779,3                                                              1,892,151


6000 =======COMMODITIES=======
204          VILLAGE MANAGER'S OFFICE
6299        SUNDRY                          35,000     31,013       37,174   36,300      37,000    37,000      0.00%        37,000
6301        MISC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT         15,000     14,733       12,000    2,855      12,000    12,000     25.00%        15,000
6341        MISC EQUIPMENT                    2,500     2,647        7,500    5,285       6,750     6,750      0.00%         6,750
651 1       OFFICE SUPPLIES                   3,300     5,049        4,000    4,576       5,000     5.000      0.00%         5,000




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                                  Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct       Account Title      FY05 Bud FY05Act FY06 Bud FYO6Act FY07 Bud FY07 P ~ J %      FY08 Plan
6551 VEHICLE OPERATING EXPENSE    2,500   2,396    4,200   3,850    4,200   4,200    15.00%     4,830
Sub-Total VILLAGE MANAGER':       58,300   55,838   64,874   52,867   64,950   64,950              68,580


220    FINANCE - ADMIN
6301 MlSC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT      4,750     1,503   5,250    4,995    2,500    2,500    64.00%      4,100
6306 MISC COMPUTER SOFTWARE        1,000     540    2,500     3,859     600     2,600   66.67%      1,000
634 1 MlSC EQUIPMENT              2,000      872     1,500      60     5,000    1,000 570.00%      33,500
651 1 OFFICE SUPPLIES             7,000     5,923    5,674    5,196    5,674    5,674    0.00%      5,674
655 1 VEHICLE OPERATING EXPENSE    1,000     634     1,000    1,024    1,000    1,000   15.00%      1,150
Sub-Total FINANCE - A MN
                     D I          15,750    9,472   15,924   15,134   14,774   12,774              45,424


222    SUPPORT SERVICES
6299 SUNDRY                        8,700   24,084    9,000    8,529    9,000    9,000    75.17-     2,235
630 1 MISC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT      6,000    1,934    6,000    4,348    6,000    8,823 616.67%      43,000
6306 MlSC COMPUTER SOFTWARE        1,000    2,090    2,000    1,458   16,750   16,750   98.51%     33,250
651 1 OFFICE SUPPLIES             20,000   19,459   20,400   18,383   20,000   20,000    6.00%     21,200
6552 USE OF FUEL - OTHER GOV'T    16,500   15,576   16,500   17,556   22,800   22,800   10.50%     25,194
Sub-Total SUPPORT SERVICES        52,200   63,143   53,900   50,274   74,550   77,373              124,879


228    PUBLIC WORKS - ADMIN
6299 SUNDRY                        5,000    2,666    4,500    6,968    4.500    4,500   68.89%      7,600
6301 MISC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT      12,000   22,003   12,000   12,712   12,500   12,500    8.00%     13,500
634 1 MISC EQUIPMENT                100      102      250         0    1,150     900     56.52-       500
651 1 OFFICE SUPPLIES              9,500   12,582    9,500   14,795    9,300    9,300    3.23%      9,600
6551 VEHICLE OPERATING EXPENSE     3,000    2,246    2,500    3,726    2,750    2,750   15.02%      3,163
Sub-Total PUBLIC WORKS - AD       29,600   39,600   28,750   38,202   30,200   29,950              34,363


232    SEWERS
6 112 MATERIALS                   21,715   27,269   28,000   25,781   29,180   26,000    1.03%     29,480
634 1 MlSC EQUIPMENT               7,200    4,755    5,000    5,132    8,400    7,500    50.00.     4,200
6346 SAFETYEQUIPMENT               2,650    1,577    2,000    1,696    1,300    1,300   15.38%       1,500
652 1 CLOTHING                     2,505    1,953    2,495    1,862    2,495    2,200     1.80.     2,450
6533 TOOL PURCHASEIREPAIR         12,300    9,490   10,000   13,867   10,425   10,425    0.00%      10,425
6551 VEHICLE OPERATINGEXPENSE     20,400   15,010   19,500   18,741   19,750   15,000   15.000/~   22,713
 Sub-Total SEWERS                 66,770   60,054   66,995   67,078   71,550   62,425               70,768


236    FORESTRY
6341 M ~ S C
           EQUIPMENT               5,150    3,231    4,500    1.804    1,600    1,400 375.00%       7,600
652 1 CLOTHING                     1,970    1,662    1,800    1,588    2,020    1,800   2.48%       2,070
6533 TOOL PURCHASEIREPAIR          4,170    4,304    4,000    3,197    4,050    4,000    0.00%      4,050
6551 VEHICLEOPERATINGEXPENSE      12,000    9,655   14,000   13,139   14,400   14,000   17.85%      16.970
 Sub-Total FORESTRY               23,290   18,852   24,300   19,728   22,070   21,200               30,690




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                                              Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct   1        Account Title           I FY05 Bud I FY05 Act I FY06 Bud I FY06 Act I FY07 Bud I FY07 Pq I            %        1 FY08 Plan
240          MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS
6 111 JANITORIAL SUPPLIES                     8,000        7,529        7,500     10,920      7,800        7,800       15.38%         9,000
6299 SUNDRY                                   1,000         473           750       540        750          750        0.00%           750
652 1 CLOTHING                                  325         133           325        184       325          325        0.00%           325
6533 TOOL PURCHASEIREPAIR                       500           17          250       487        300          300        0.00%           300
6555 GASOLINE, OIL, GREASE                      750           0           100          0       800          800        0.00%           800
Sub-Total MUNICIPAL BUILDIN                  10,575        8,151        8,925     12,131      9,975        9,975                     11,175


244          PARKING
6 113 MATERIALS        -   PAINT, TAPE        5,500        3,932        5,000      7,129      6,000        8,771       0.00%          6,000
6292 SUPPLIES                                   500          178          500        127        500          500       0.00%            500
6348 SIGN REPLACEMENT                         8,000        6,815        7,500     11,331      8,000        9,415       0.00%          8,000
6533 TOOL PURCHASEIREPAIR                     1,500          675        2,000      1,292      1,500        1,500       0.00%          1,500
Sub-Total PARKING                            15,500       11,601        15,000    19,880     16,000       20,186                     16,000


248          COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
6551        VEHICLE OPERATINGEXPENSE 1        3,000   1     940         3,120      3,025      1,700   1    1,700   1   27.65~1        2,170
Sub-Total COMMUNITY DEVELl                    3,000          940         3,120     3,025      1,700        1,700                      2,170


252          MUNICIPAL. GARAGE
634 1 MISC EQUIPMENT                          6,360        1,750        6,500      6,703     12,030       12,000       40.57-         7,150
652 1 CLOTHING                                1,320          222         1,200       812      1,410          750        2.84-         1,370
6533 TOOL PURCHASEIREPAIR                     7,500        3,986        7,500      5,302      7,300        5,500        6.85-         6,800
6551 VEHICLE OPERATINGEXPENSE                 1,100         868          1,100       880      1,200        1,000       15.00%         1,380
Sub-Total MUNICIPAL. GARAGE                  16,280        6,825        16,300    13,696     21,940       19,250                     16,700


256          STREETS
6 144 BITUMINOUS MATERIALS                    8,500        9,567        9,265     14,901     11,325       19,500       17.66%        13,325
6 145 STREET STONE MATERIALS                 15,000       18,767        16,900    13,733     19,750       18,500        0.00%        19,750
6 161 ICE CONTROL MATERIALS                  56,290       46,524        55,100    51,078     58,753       57,500       10.29%        64,800
629 1 THERMOPLASTIC MARKINGS                  9,000        9,099        10,000    16,006     10,000        9,864        0.00%        10,000
6292 SUPPLIES                                 2,500        1,434         3,800     1,492      4,250        4,200         5.88-        4,000
634 1 MISC EQUIPMENT                         12,500        7,493         6,500     6,209      6,500        9,310        6.92%         6,950
6348 SIGN REPLACEMENT                         2,500        3,812         3,000     3,812       400         4,595 900.00%              4,000
652 1 CLOTHING                                2,450        2,400         2,000     1,453      2,540        2,000   2.36%              2,600
6533 TOOL PURCHASEIREPAIR                     2,600        3,680         2,800     2,523      3,050        3,000        0.00%         3,050
6551 VEHICLE OPERATINGEXPENSE                60,000       79,207        62,000    92,192     66,000       50,000        9.85%        72,500
 Sub-Total STREJ3TS                         171,340       181,983   171,365      203,398    182,568       178,469                   200,975


288          POLICE SERVICES
6 151 PARKING PROGRAM EXPENSES                7,000        3,083         7,000     7,044      7,000        7,000        0.00%         7,000
6301 MISC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT                 10,000        8,693        10,000     7,3 17    20,000       20,000       46.42-        10,717
6306 MISC COMPUTER SOFTWARE                  16,820       13,767         8,000     1,466      8,000        8,000       65.25%        13,220
634 1 MISC EQUIPMENT                         19,850       15,819        18,500    14,454     24,000       24,000        0.00%        24,000
651 1 OFFICE SUPPLIES                        11.050        8,579        11,050     9,349     11,050       11,050        0.00%        11,050


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                                           FY 2008 Budget
                                   Expenditure Detail By Sub Account
 Acct        Account Title       F O Bud FYO5Act F O Bud FYO6Act M07 Bud FY07 PrJ
                                  Y 5             Y 6                                          %      FY08 Plan
6512 PUBLIC SAFETYSUPPLIES         35,305  29,413  33,261  39,040 35,056  35,056                2.91-    34,036
652 1 CLOTHING                     37,200   35,200    37,200     32,309    37,200    37,200    0.00%     37,200
6551 VEHICLE OPERATINGEXPENSE      47,000   53,221    56,000     67,142    56,000    56,000    15.00%    64,400
Sub-Total POLlCE SERVICES         184,225   167,775   181.01 1   178,121   198,306   198,306             20 1,623


292    FlRE SERVICES
6306 MISC COMPUTER SOFTWARE         4,100       97     6,100      6,788         0     2,500                    0
6341 MISC EQUIPMENT                12,400   12,360     15,500    30,867    18,500    18,500     0.00%     18,500
651 1 OFFICE SUPPLIES               4,125    2,195      4,125     3,224     4,125     3,224     0.00%      4,125
6512 PUBLIC SAFETY SUPPLIES         8,000    8,832      8,000     6,234     8,500     8,500     0.00%      8,500
652 1 CLOTH~NG                      7,200    7,031      9,200     6,420     9,400     9,400     0.00%      9,400
6551 VEHICLE OPERATING EXPENSE     39,000   23,607    38,000     39,292    46,000    46,000    15.00%     52,900
Sub-Total FIRE SERVICES            74,825   54,121     80,925    92,826    86,525    88,124               93,425


296    PARAMEDIC SERVICES
651 1 OFFICE SUPPLIES               2,600      272      2,475      1,627    2,475     2,475     0.00%      2,475
6512 PUBLIC SAFETYSUPPLIES          7,000    5,989      6,000     4,021     6,000     6,000     0.00%      6,000
6521 CLOTHING                       2,000     1,237     2,000     2,000     2,000     2,000     0.00%      2,000
6551 VEHICLE OPERATING EXPENSE      8,500    7,569      7,500     7,162     9,000     9,000    15.00%     10,350
Sub-Total PARAMEDIC SERVIC         20,100    15,068    17,975     14,810    19,475    19,475              20,825

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-------COMMODITIES=======
                                  741,755   693,422   749,364    781,169   814,583   804,157             937,597

7000 =======DEBT SERVICE======

204    VILLAGE MANAGER'S OFFICE
7 101 PRINCIPAL ON BONDS                0        0          0         0         0         0                    0
7201 INTEREST ON BONDS                  o        o          o         o         o         o                    o
Sub-Total VILLAGE MANAGER'!             0        0          0         0         0         0                    0


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-------DEBT   SERVICE======             0        0          0         0         0         0                    0


9000 =OTHER EXPENDITURES/USES=
204    VILLAGE MANAGER'S OFFICE
9192 SALESTAXREBATE               325,000   137,734   325,000    298,097   325,000   325,000    3.00%    334,750
9 195 ASSET REMEDIATION                 0    30,717         0         0          0         0                   0
 Sub-Total VILLAGE MANAGER':      325,000   168,451   325,000    298,097   325,000   325,000             334,750


2 12   COMMUNlTY SERVICES
9130 COMMUNITY GRANTS             100,500    18,500         0         0         0         0                    0
9134 SENIOR HOUSING AID                 0     3,000     3,000      3,000     3,500     3,500    0.00%      3,500
9137 JUNIOR HIGH PROJECT                0     9,000     9,000      9,000     9,000     9,000    0.00%      9,000
9138 GLENCOE YOUTH SERVICES             o        0     10,000         0     10,000    10,000    0.00%     10,000
9143 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                0     9,000    10,000     10,000    10,000    10,000    o.ooyo    /oo,ooo
9 146 GLENCOE GARDEN CLUB               o        o        700         0       700       680    1oo.00-         0


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Acct            Account Title                  FY05 B u d FY05 Act FY06 B u d FY06 Act FY07 B u d FY07 Pq                    %     FY08 Plan
9147 WRITER'STHEATER                                    0   35,000    17,500    17,500   20,000 20,000                       0.00%    20,000
9148 HISTORICAL SOCIETY                                 0        0     3,000     3,000    5,000     5,000                    0.00%     5,000
Sub-Total COMMUNlTY SERVlC                      100,500        74,500       53,200    42,500       58,200       58,180                    57,500


2 16      BOARDS/COMMISSIONS
9131   HISTORIC PRESERVATION COM                  3,000         2,471        3,000     3,235        3,000        3,000       0.00%         3,000
9132   PLANNING COMMISSION                       70,000        39,176       50,000    16,645       40,000       25,000       0.00%        40,000
9133   BUSINESS DIST. PLANNING                        0             0            0        o            o             0                         o
9135   ZONING COMMISSION                            500         1,352          500    1,318          500         2,500       0.00%          500
9136   ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                      750         1,736          750    1,609          750         2,500       0.00%          750
9141   PUBLIC SAFETY COMMISSION                   7,600         7,252        7,600    6,819        12,800        9,000       8.20%        13,850
9142   AD HOC COMMI'ITEES                             0             0       10,000    7,201         5,000        1,000       4.00%         5,200
9144   HUMAN RELATIONS                            2,000         3,707        2,000    1,919         2,000        2,000       4.00%         2,080
Sub-Total BOARDS/COMMlSSI,                       83,850        55,693       73,850    38,747       64,050       45,000                    65,380


220       FINANCE - ADMIN

9153   MISCELLANEOUS REFUNDS           I          3,500         1,574        2,000    15,729   1    4,500   1    4,500   1   0.00%1        4,500
Sub-Total FINANCE - ADMIN                          3,500        1,574        2,000    15,729        4,500        4,500                     4,500


232       SEWERS
91 10 UNCOLLECTABLES                                  0            0            0         0            0            0                         0
9140 GRANT PROGRAMS                               10,000       10,000       10,000     8,000       10,000       10,000       0.00%        10,000
Sub-Total SEWERS                                  10,000       10,000        10,000    8,000       10,000       10,000                     10,000


292       FIRE SERVICES

9145 ~EMERSERV DISASTER AGENCY         1           6,000   1    4,083   1    6,000     5,550        6,000   1    6,000   1   O.OO%~        6,000
 Sub-Total FIRE SERVICES                           6,000        4,083        6,000     5,550        6,000        6,000                     6,000


=OTHER EXPENDITURES/USES=                        528,850 314,300            470,050 408,623        467,750 448,680                        478,130


9520 -OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT-
204       VILLAGE MANAGER'S OFFICE

9517   TRANS TO CAPITALRESERVE             I      50,000           0             0        0             0           0
                                                                                                                                      I        0
 Sub-Total VlLLAGE MANAGER':                      50,000           0             0        0             0           0                           0


222       SUPPORT SERVICES
9521   TRANSFER TO WATER FUND                     84,700 92,643                  0        0             0           0                          0
9523   TRANSFER TO GARBAGE FUND                   59,000 59,251                  0        0             0           0                          0
9527   TRANSFER TO CIP FUND                      310,000 300,000                 0        0             0           0                          0
9529   ADVANCETO MFT FUND                              o           o             0        0             0           0                          0
9530   TRANSFER TO FICA FUND                           0           0             0        0             0           0                          0
 Sub-Total SUPPORT SERVICES                      453,700 451,894                 0         0            0            0                          0




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Acct   1         Account Title          I FY05 Bud I FY05 Act I FY06 Bud I FY06 Act I FY07 Bud I FY07 Pq I   %   I FY08 Plan
224        LlABlLlTY INSURANCE

9524       TRANSFER   TO DEBT SERV FD   I   60,000         0           0         0           0         0                   0
Sub-Total LIABILITY INSURANC                60,000          0          0          0          0         0                   0


-OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT-                   563,700 451,894            0          0          0         0                   0


Total Fund 12                                              11,811,4691
                                        11,787,55811,602,140         1,687,90812,657,1392,189,833                 13,418,676




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1330              GARBAGE                                                                                                                          I
    42 11 SALARIES - REGULAR
    4212 SALARIES-RHSPAY
                -
    4221 SALARIES TEMPORARY
    4231 OVERTIME
    4261 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
    461 1 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN.
    4612 MEDICARE ONLY CONTRIB.
    4621 ILL MUNI.
                 RET. FUND
I             I

1 Sub-Total GARBAGE




1330              GARBAGE                                                                                                                              I
    51 16 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
    5362 DRY CLEANING SERVICES
    5498 CREDIT CARD FEES
    5521 TELECOMIINTERNET SERV.
        561 1 MEMBERSHIPS/DUES
        5631 IN SERVICE TRAINING
        5735 LEAF REMOVAL
        5736 RECYCLING PROGRAMS
        5745 DUMPING FEES
        5912 PUBLIC LIABILITY INSUR.


    1   5915 INSURANCE DEDUCTIBLES
        Sub-Total GARBAGE




        6000 =======COMMODITIES=======

        330       GARBAGE
        6292 SUPPLIES                               25,250      24,781         21,000     19,787       22,050      15,000        8.62-    20,150
        6341 MISC EQUIPMENT                          4,800        3,439         2,400      1,304             0              0                  0
        651 1 OFFICE SUPPLIES                         1,600       2,091         1,600      1,607        2,500       2,500       12.00%     2,800
        652 1 CLOTHING                               3,000        2,841         3,100      2,552        3,550       2,200        7.32-     3,290
        6533 TOOL PURCHASE/REPAIR                    3,000        1,197         2,250      1,327        2,250       2,000       0.00%      2,250
        6551 VEHICLE OPERATING EXPENSE              55,000      45,981         55,500     60,568       56,000      48,000       3.57%     58,000
        Sub-Total GARBAGE                           92,650       80,330        85,850     87,145       86,350      69,700                 86,490




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 Acct I    Account Title        I             I           I           I
                            FY05 Bud FY05 Act FY06 Bud FY06 Act ( FY07 Bud FY07 Pq         I           I   %       I FY08 Plan
7000 =======DEBTSERVICE======

330        GARBAGE
  0
71 1 PRINCIPAL ON BONDS               18,000      10,800      15,000      7,600    14,000      9,000       35.71-        9,000
7201 INTEREST ON BONDS                 7,000       5,330      5,000       4,906     4,000      4,500       0.00%         4,000
Sub-Total GARBAGE                     25,000      16,130      20,000      12,506   18,000      13,500                   13,000

          SERVICE======
=======DEBT                           25,000      16,130      20,000      12,506   18,000      13,500                   13,000

9000 =OTHER EXPENDlTURES/USES=
330        GARBAGE

9153  IMISCEL ANEOUS
                  REFUNDS       I       100          17           0       2,959        0           0                         0
Sub-Total GARBAGE                       100          17           0       2,959        0           0                         0


=OTHER EXPENDITURES/USES=                100         17           0        2,959       0           0                         0


9520 -OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT-
330        GARBAGE
9524      TRANSFER
              TO DEBT SERV FD   I         0           0           0           0        0           0                         0
Sub-Total GARBAGE                          0          0           0           0        0           0                         0


-OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT-                  0          0           0           0        0           0                         0


Total Fund 13                       1,291,835 1,200,533 1,327,7991,281,205 1,33    1
                                                                               1,03 1,321,220                        1,251,363




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                  SERVICES==
5000 ===CONTRACTUAL
199        911SYSTEM
5 129 GENERAL EQUIPMENT RIM             2,500        282        3,500     1,265       2,000      2,000      0.00%         2,000
5306 COMPUTER SOFTWARE MAINT            6,500      5,355        13,000    3,672      13,000    13,000       0.00%        13.000
5345 TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICI              0        733            0         0           0             0                     0
5371 DATA PROCESSING SERVICES               0          0        21,300   19,990     21,300     21,300       0.00%        21,300
5521 TELECOMIINTERNET SERV.            17,300     14,002        13,500   14,030     20,700     20,700       0.00%        20,700
5999 MISC CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         45,300     43,226        46,800   2 1,344     37,300    37,300       1.34%        37,800
                YTM
Sub-Total 9 11 S S E                   71,600     63,598        98,100   60,302      94,300    94,300                    94,800

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---CONTRACTUAL SERVICES==              71,600     63,598        98,100   60,302      94,300    94,300                    94,800


6000 =======COMMODITIES=======

199        911SYSTEM
6301 MISC COMPUTER EQUIPMENT                 0         0         1,600      511      29,600    29,600        5.41-       28,000
6303 MISC RADIO EQUIPMENT               3,000        571        51,500   23,151       6,500      6,500      0.00%         6,500
                YTM
Sub-Total 9 11 S S E                    3,000        571        53,100   23,662      36,100     36,100                   34,500

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-------COMMODITIES=======
                                        3,000        571        53,100   23,662      36,100     36,100                   34,500


Total Fund 19                          74,600     64,169     151,200     83,964     130,400    130,400                  129,300




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                  Village of Glencoe

                   Board Agenda Memorandum



DATE PREPARED:    November 9, 2006

MEETING DATE:     November 16, 2006

AGENDA SUBJECT:   As Emergency Telephone System Board (ETSB), Consider
                  the Purchase of E911 System Equipment for the Public
                  Safety Department Emergency Communications Center

RECOMMENDATION:   That the Emergency Telephone Systems Board approve the
                  Purchase of this Equipment


Background:       The Emergency Communications Center of the Department
                  of Public Safety is the 24-hour communications center that
                  receives and dispatches emergency and service needs of the
                  Village. Police, fire and emergency medical services are
                  controlled through the operations of this center. Technology
                  enhancements and system requirements, along with
                  additional services provided through this center, necessitate
                  an update of equipment. This planned improvement has
                  been identified in the Long Range Financial Plans of the
                  Village as well as budgeted in FY07. These improvements,
                  in addition to the redesign and reconstruction of the
                  Communications Center, are funded by the surcharge that
                  is added to the phone bills of telephones, both cellular and
                  land lines, registered in the Village.

Analysis:         Requests for Proposals (RFP) were issued on September 15,
                  2006 for furniture for Dispatch and Records and Dispatch
                  Radio Consoles and the E911 System and other common
                  equipment for the Public Safety Department. The purpose
                  is to replace all hardware and furniture in the
                  communications and records areas to coincide with the
                  Village Hall facility modifications.  The replacement of
                  communications and E911 equipment was dictated by
                  several factors.

                  RADIO CONSOLE EQUIPMENT
                  The Motorola Centracom II radio console was purchased
                  and installed in 1987.       The equipment is no longer
                  manufactured, and Motorola does not make spare parts or
                  offer support for this product.



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911 EQUIPMENT
The Motorola Centralink 911 system was installed in 1994
when the Glencoe Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP)
started to accept Enhanced 911 (E911) emergency phone
service. E911 displays the caller’s name, address, and
phone number to the call taker, thus allowing quicker and
more reliable response by emergency personnel.       This
equipment was last manufactured in 2001, and Motorola is
preparing to discontinue support of the product.

Wireless 911 (W911) has had an impact on the equipment
required at the PSAP. W911 Phase 2 identifies the cellular
caller’s location using latitude and longitude coordinates.
The new 911 system must be able to accept the data, as
well as utilize a mapping system to dynamically locate the
caller if the subject is moving (traveling in a car). Our
current equipment does not support these features. Most
local municipalities have supported W911 Phase 2 since
2002, including Deerfield, Glenview, Highland Park, Lake
Bluff, Northbrook, Northfield and Skokie.

The radio base stations replaced in 2001 are still functional
and in good condition.      The bidders were required to
interface them with the dispatch equipment they specified.

RADIO CONSOLE AND E911 EQUIPMENT
Radio console and E911 equipment were specified together
in one RFP to assure compatibility between the two
systems. It asked for W911 Phase 2 capability, and the
ability to adapt to emerging technology while using current
base stations, administrative phone system and voice
logging recorder.

Seven bids were received:

Company
Nine One One, Inc.                $217,717.00
Miner Electronics Corporation     $236,771.00
Mercury Systems                   $251,608.15
AT&T                              $271,100.00
Chicago Communications LLC        $290,457.39
Radicom Inc.                      $299,297.00
Motorola                          $348,049.00

The lowest bid submitted met all specifications on the RFP.
Public Safety staff met with representatives from Nine One
One, Inc. on November 6, 2006 for a product
demonstration and review of the RFP.             This is a



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technologically advanced system, using packed data (IP)
based protocol for both radio and phone equipment. The
company guarantees that no additional hardware is
required for complete P25 integration (Project 25 is a
communications standard that allows for interoperability
between different public safety agencies). The equipment
is also designed to meet current i3 recommendations (i3 is
IP based 911 system). Both P25 and i3 are evolving
standards and have not been finalized. This was the only
bid received that complied fully with the specification that
the equipment integrates with the existing administrative
phone system.

A local contractor, BuCom, Inc. of Wauconda, Illinois, will
install the system. They will also act as the ongoing
maintenance provider for service calls.       BuCom has
provided the Village with products and service in the past,
most notably the emergency-warning siren system. Nine
One One, Inc. will provide a maintenance contract after the
warranty expires.

Nine One One, Inc. was the low bidder and included the
following options:

        Bid                      $ 217,717.00
  Modification to phone switch   $   4,300.00
  Dual Screen Configuration      $   3,000.00
  Off Hook Indicator Light       $   1,000.00
  Forced Conference/Observe      $   2,500.00

  Total                          $ 228,517.00

On-site 24/7-365 maintenance costs for hardware and
software for years three through five for the system are:

Year 3 - $19,820
Year 4 - $22,803
Year 5 - $23,981

COMMUNICATIONS ROOM FURNITURE
Vendors were asked to bid on furniture for the modified
communications center configuration.        Current “rack
mount” console furniture will not fit the new equipment.
Since the records department will be housed in the same
room, their furniture was also specified so that everything
was assured to fit into the new space and have design
continuity.




                                                          3
                  Nine bids were received:

                  Company
                  Miner Electronics Corporation       $28,973.00
                  Innovant                            $31,913.41
                  Watson Furniture                    $37,245.42
                  Xybix                               $37,968.00
                  Nine One One, Inc.                  $37,968.00
                  Mercury Systems                     $50,620.65
                  Wrightline                          $51,697.61
                  Chicago Communications LLC          $63,309.56
                  Motorola                            $77,802.00

                  Nine One One, Inc. bid with Xybix, with identical prices.
                  Mercury Systems and Motorola both bid Watson Furniture
                  products.

                  The lowest bid from Minor Electronics was not considered
                  since they failed to follow the specifications in the RFP. The
                  next three lowest bidders, Innovant, Watson Furniture, and
                  Xybix were considered.

                  There is a premium on space saving design and creative
                  storage solutions due to the size of the room. None of the
                  proposals submitted addressed these issues fully. After
                  speaking to the vendors and reconfiguring the design and
                  equipment list, following quotes were received (prices
                  include options):

                  Company
                  Watson Furniture                   $41,347.25
                  Innovant                           $45,767.52
                  Xybix                              $48,593.00


Recommendation:   Staff recommends that subject to review by the Village
                  Attorney, the Emergency Systems Telephone Board
                  authorize the Village Manager to purchase and install E911
                  Communications Center equipment from Nine One One
                  and, Communications Center console furniture and
                  equipment from Watson Furniture of Poulsbo, Washington.




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Motion:   Should the Emergency Telephone System Board (ETSB)
          concur with the recommendation from staff, a motion may
          be made as follows:

          Authorize the Village Manager to execute a contract
          for E911 Communications Center equipment from Nine
          One One, Inc. of Denver, Colorado for an amount not-to-
          exceed $228,517,

          and,

          Authorize the Village Manager to execute a contract
          for Communications Center console furniture and
          equipment from Watson Furniture of Poulsbo,
          Washington, for an amount not-to-exceed $41,347.25.




                                                                5
Glencoe Department of Public Safety
Attention: Hiroshi Witt
675 Village Court                                       QuoteNumber:0611081LGLENCOE
Glencoe, Illinois 60022 USA                             Quote Date: November 8,2006


                                                  of
                       Quote for Glencoe De~artment Public Safety
Scope of Work:

Additional features and services to supplement RFP RADIO I 1.
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    DESCRIP'I'ION                                 QUANTITY            PRICE             AMOUNT

1) Option - Contact One Mobile Map wl 10              1 LS     $32,991 .OO           $32,991 .OO
    Installations, formatting, training and 2 year Maintenance

2) Ongoing Software Maintenance on the above Mobile mapping product
      Year 3 - $4312
      Year 4 - $43 12
      Year 5 - $43 12

3) Optional PSAP AVL extension software               1ea         $ 5,000.00          $ 5,000.00

4) Optional AVL History and play back                 1ea         $4,250.00           $4,250.00

5) Ongoing Hardware and Software, 24 17 1365 On-Site Maintenance Costs for Year 3,4, 5 for the
system as originally proposed in the RFP response;
       Year 3 - 19,820
       Year 4 - 22,803
       Year 5 - 23,981

6 ) Optional addition of 2 digital endpoints as       2ea           $500.00            $1,000.00
        described on the options page of the
        original RFP response.

7) Optional addition of 2 VolP endpoints              2ea          $ 795.00           $1,590.00
       Additional IP blade to support above           1ea         $2,710.00           $2,710.00


Note: This quote does not include any additional special trip charges and must be installed in conjunction
with the equipment and services installation schedule as described in the original RFP response.



 THIS QUOTE IS VALID FOR 30 DAYS AND IS CONFIDENTIAL AND PROPRIETARY INFORMATION.
This document, in part or whole, may not under any circumstances be reproduced or redistributed without
                                the written consent of Nine One One, Inc.


    7000 North Broadway, Suite 300 Denver, Colorado 80221 T: 303-426-1911 F: 303-426-1100
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Watson Furniture Group                                      QUOTE DATE:                  11/08/2006
26246 Twelve Trees Lane NW
                                                            EXPIRATION DATE:             05/07/2007
Poulsbo, WA 98370
  one:(360) 394-1300 Fax: (360) 394-1323
  11 Free Number(800) 426-1202
ill TO:                                    sold TO: 04-02440               ship TO: VILOF60022
VILLAGE OF GLENCOE                         VILLAGE OF GLENCOE              VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
675 VILLAGE COURT                          675 VILLAGE COURT               675 VILLAGE COURT

 GLENCOE, IL 60022                    GLENCOE, IL 60022
    TERMS: 50% DEPOSlT NET 30 DAYS FRO CONTACT:
                                                                           GLENCOE, IL 60022
                                                                            SHIP VIA: CHIPMANiUNlTEDVAN LINES
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      TAX: WHSL OTHER STATES NO                   708-458-3388
            TAX
                                                                                    FOB: DESTINATION
       PC: C-JOHNS0                        REP: DICK BUSS & ASSOC
                                                                               FREIGHT: PREPAID




QUOTATION BASED ON FLOOR PLAN- GLENCOEVO-E

 INSTALLATION CHARGES ARE BASED ON PREVAILING WAGE, EMPTY ROOM, ONE TRIP, ONE PHASE
VILLAGE OF GLENCOE
1 EA. FUSION VIBE DESK (48x72)

Qtv   Part Number                  Descri~tion                                                   Net Price   Extension I
  1   DACS                         FUSION CPU STRAP                                                            $118.80
  1   OCD30LNN                     OVERHEAD CABINET WITH DOOR 30" WIDE,                                        $480.60
  1   PMPCA-2817                   PERFORATED MODESTY PANEL CENTER ARCH                                        $147.60
  1   PMPCA-7017                   PERFORATED MODESTY PANEL CENTER ARCH                                        $249.00
  1   PPCD-7224                    FUSION CENTER ARCH DESK MOUNTED                                             $430.80
                                   PRIVACY
   1 TOP04366X                     FUSION RECTANGULAR TOP ONLY,                                                $225.40
   1 TXXICMHMAT                    HEATER, MAT - TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEM                                          $1 15.00
   1 TXXTCS2N                      TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEM RETRO-KIT                                             $1,472.00
   1 WM2207CTC                     PRINTER ENCLOSURE CABINET,                                                  $817.20
   1 XRE2454BX                     FUSION RECTANGULAR DESK,                                                    $427.20
   1 YCS4872LBX                    FUSION EXTENDED CORNER SERPENTINE DESK,                                     $937.80
VILLAGE OF GLENCOE - 1 EA. FUSION VIBE DESK (48x72)                                                           $5,421.40
'2 EA. SYNERGY LINEAR CONSOLES

      Part Number              Description                                                       Net Price   Extension    I
      DF2S 1227X               FUSION F2 STRAIGHT PANEL,                                                       $301.76
      DNS QOP27QDXXAXXMXWXX DOP 150 - SYNERGY OCTAGON POST                                                     $1 11.32
      DNS QOP27QDXXXXWXXXXXA DOP 142 - SYNERGY OCTAGON POST                                                    $111.32
      DNS QOP48QBWXAXXXXXDSCT DOP132 - SYNERGY OCTAGON POST                                                    $188.60
      DNS QOP48QBXXCTDSXXXXAX DOP145 - SYNERGY OCTAGON POST                                                    $188.60
      DNS QOP54ETAXQSETDSXXXXD DOP149 - SYNERGY OCTAGON POST                                                   $207.00
      DNS QOP54ETDSXXXXDSETQSA DOP141- SYNERGY OCTAGON POST                                                    $207.00
      DNS QOP54ETDSXXXXXXDSETQ DOP146 - SYNERGY OCTAGON POST                                                   $207.00
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  2   DNS-QOP54ETQWETDSXXXXXX    DOP133 - SYNERGY OCTAGON POST                           $207.00
                                 *DO NOT USE - PLEASE ORDER QOD INSTEAD*
                                 A3 FUSION ROUND POST
     DRP27XXAXWX                 A2 FUSION ROUND POST
     DTHF2A2442                  FUSION TOP HALF PANEL, ARCHED,
     DTHF2A3042                  FUSION TOP HALF PANEL, ARCHED,
     DTHF2A4242                  FUSION TOP HALF PANEL, ARCHED,
     DTHF2A4842                  FUSION TOP HALF PANEL, ARCHED,
     DTHF2W 1842                 FUSION TOP HALF PANEL, WING,
     NSPO6-WB-1075-LH            MODIFIED QSXL4230BM - SYNERGY LINEAR
     NSP06-WB-1075-RH            MODIFIED QSXR4230BM - SYNERGY LINEAR
     NSP06-WB-1076-LH            MODIFIED QSXL4230BM - SYNERGY LINEAR
     NSP06-WB-1076-RH            MODIFIED QSXR4230BM - SYNERGY LINEAR
     QFSLXL                      SYNERGY FULL LIFT SUPPORT LEG,
     QFSLXR                      SYNERGY FULL LIFT SUPPORT LEG,
     QLCT78                      SYNERGY STRAIGHT LINE CAVITY TOP,
     QLPP78NNX                   SYNERGY LINEAR POWER PRIMARY,
                                 78" WIDTH WITH KEYBOARD CUT-OUT
     QOD 18                      SYNERGY OUTSIDE DOOR, 18" WIDE
     QOD24                       SYNERGY OUTSIDE DOOR, 24" WIDE
     QOD30                       SYNERGY OUTSIDE DOOR, 30" WIDE
     QOD48                       SYNERGY OUTSIDE DOOR, 48" WIDE
     QOP23XXXXQCXXQDXXXXXX       QN806 SYNERGY OCTAGON POST
     QOP23XXXXXXXXQDXXQCXX       QN805 SYNERGY OCTAGON POST
     QOP42ETQSQEQSETDSXXDS       QE301 SYNERGY OCTAGON POST
     QSAP6-21-4-2                SYNERGY DEPTH ADJUSTMENT PLATFORM,
     QSCSC3OCN                   SYNERGY LINEAR CAVITY SHELF
     QSCSX24LN                   SYNERGY STRAIGHT LINE CAVITY SHELF,
     QSCSX24RN                   SYNERGY STRAIGHT LINE CAVITY SHELF,
     QSIDC30L                    SYNERGY STRAIGHT LINE INSIDE DOOR,
     QSIDX24L                    SYNERGY STRAIGHT LINE INSIDE DOOR PAIR,
     QSKB78T                     SYNERGY STRAIGHT LINE KEYBOARD,
     QSSLCL                      SYNERGY STRAIGHTLINE SUPPORT LEG,
     QSSLCR                       SYNERGY STRAIGHTLINE SUPPORT LEG,
     TDS3                        INSIDE RACK MOUNT, 3 HIGH
     TXXICMHMAT                  HEATER, MAT - TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEM
     TXXTCS2N                    TOTAL COMFORT SYSTEM RETRO-KIT
VILLAGE OF GLENCOE - 2 EA. SYNERGY LINEAR CONSOLES                                     $19,727.65
!STORAGE AND ACCESORIES

      Part Number                 Descri~tion                              Net Price   Extension    I
      ELTl8                       LINEAR TASKLIGHT 18 INCH                               $113.16
      MBF-22KC                    MOT0 STORAGE PEDESTAL,                               $2,019.40
      OCD30LNN                    OVERHEAD CABINET WITH DOOR 30" WIDE,                   $480.60
      SKL2BFLJN                   SIDEKICK COMBO STORAGE,                                $571.78
      SKL3LJN                     SIDEKICK CENTRAL STORAGE,                            $1,123.32
      SKULJN                      SIDEKICK CENTRAL STORAGE,                            $2,081.04
      SKLO-40N                    SIDEKICK CENTRAL STORAGE,                              $589.72
      TRM2                        DESK TOP RACK MOUNT, 2 HIGH                            $228.16
      TRM4                        DESK TOP RACK MOUNT, 4 HIGH                            $314.18
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  2  TXXLDFB                    FLUORESCENT LIGHT, BLACK (HURON)                                                                                       $312.80
  5  WSC                        MOT0 SEAT CUSHION, 18"D x 14"W x 2.5"H                                                                                 $379.50
VILLAGE OF GLENCOE - STORAGE AND ACCESORIES                                                                                                          $8,213.66




 Otv  Part Number                                  Description                                                                   Net Price           Extension
D&IRE                                              DISPATCH DIVISION DELIVERY & INSTALL                                            $5,750.76
EXT W                                              2 YEAR EXTENDED WARRANTY SERVICE                                                $2,233.78
                                                                                                                                                     $7,984.54



                                                                                              Total Product and Services:                    $41,347.25

                                                                                              Tax:                                                    $0.00

                                                                                              GRNTOTm:
   1. Taxes are not included. State and Local Taxes will apply unless proof of exemption is provided with the Purchase Order.
   2. Deposit may be required with order; Net 30 days of Shipment of Product.
   3. Chairs are for representational purposes only.
   4. Lead time 60-90 days after receipt of Purchase Order issued to Watson Furniture Group.
   5. Completed Order consist of signed Contract or Purchase Order, Signed Drawings, Signed Color Selection Sheet, and Deposit.
   6. Change Order Fee (minimum $500) may be applicable after 5 business days of Complete Order submission.
   7. Re-Scheduled Delivery &Installation requires 4 week notification.
   8. $300 weekly storage fee (added to Invoice) applicable when waiving 4 week Re-scheduling notificaiton.
   9. Installation & delivery included on optional items with original product purchase only. If optional items are purchased separately,
   additional installation and delivery charges will apply.
lnnovant Group
3 7 West 20th Street
New York, N Y 10011
www.innovant.com
Tel. 2 12.929.4883
Fax 212.929.51 74




Quotation: 00510-3
November 03,2006
Project:   Village of Glencoe
           675 Village Court
           Glencoe, IL 60022
Scope:     Supply, deliver and install the following RlSE consoles and accessories as per lnnovant drawing
           dated November 2, 2006.

RlSE consoles
      2 no. Adjustable height RlSE console, 72" wide x 36" deep
                   Finishes: HP Laminate, Black
                   *Three leg assemblies
                   *Under worksurface cable tray
                   *Powerldata raceway with two way hinged lid(s)
                   *Heavy-duty extruded aluminum accessory beam with wire management brush
                   *Worksurface with cast polyurethane nosing to three sides
                   *Removable rear infills
                   *Control switch with three pre-sets
       2 no. CPU enclosure, 24" wide x 24" deep
                   Finishes: Powdercoat
                   *Mobile
       2 no. CPU enclosure door, 24" wide
                   Finishes: HP Laminate

         3 no. FF pedestal, 18.75" wide x 18" deep
                   Finishes: HP Laminate, HP Laminate, Satin Silver Drawer Pull
                   *Maple drawer boxes with clear lacquer finish
                   *Heavy-duty full extension slides
                   *Gang lock
                   *File bars suitable for legal and letter filing
         1 no. Rackmount Pedestal
                   Finishes: HP Laminate, HP Laminate
                   *Rackmount uprights
                   *Mobile
                   *Maple drawer boxes with clear lacquer finish
                   *Heavy-duty full extension slides
                   *Gang lock
                   *File bars suitable for legal and letter filing
         2 no. Aeonic LED task light
                   Finishes: Silver
                   *LED Lighting
                   *Goose Neck Armature
         1 no. CBS Zorro Double Horizontal Monitor Arm
                   Finishes: Silver



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lnnovant Group
3 7 West 20th Street
New York, N Y 10011
www.innovant.com
Tel. 2 12.929.4883
Fax 212.929.5174




Quotation: 00510-3
November 03,2006

                  *Accommodates two monitors
                  *300mm Post
                  *Back to back bracket
                  *Two 100175mm Quick release VESA plates
                  *Slatwall mount
      2 no. CBS toolbar assembly for 6 monitors
                  Finishes: Silver
                  *Accomodates (6) LCD panels (2 over 4 configuration)
                  *100175mm VESA plate
                  *Accessory beam mounts
                  'Focal Length Adjustment
      2 no. ECA Components
                  Finishes: Black
                  *4 power receptacles
                  *8wire - 4 - circuit
                  *Interconnect cable or whip
                  *Pre-attached to frame. Hardwired by others.
       2 no. 2-high lateral file, 30" wide x 18" deep
                   Finishes: H P Laminate, H P Laminate
                   *Maple drawer boxes with clear lacquer finish
                   *Heavy-duty full extension slides
                   *Satin silver drawer pulls
                   *Gang lock
                   *File bars suitable for legal and letter filing
       4 no. 4-high lateral file, 30" wide x 18" deep
                   Finishes: HP Laminate, HP Laminate
                   *Maple drawer boxes with clear lacquer finish
                   *Heavy-duty full extension slides
                   *Satin silver drawer pulls
                   *Gang lock
                   *File bars suitable for legal and letter filing
       1 no. lnnovant Workstation, 66" wide 3 0 deep
                   Finishes: HP Laminate
                   *Finished in HP laminate
                   *Hinged doors on overhead cabinet
                   *Slatwall for monitor mount
       2 no. Custom Wedge Worksurface
                   Finishes: HP Laminate, Black
                   'Finished in HP Laminate
                   *Polyurethane on 2 sides




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lnnovant Group
3 7 West 20th Street
New York, N Y 10011
www.innovant.com
Tel. 2 12.929.4883
F x 212.929.5174
  a




Quotation: 00510-3
November 03,2006

      1 no. Custom Equipment Counter 1
                  Finishes: HP Laminate, Black
                  *Finished in HP Laminate
                  *Polyurethane on 2 sides
                  *Back panel
                  T w o side panels
                  *Wire management tray
      2 no. Custom Equipment Counter 2
                  Finishes: HP Laminate, Black
                  *Finished in HP Laminate
                  *Polyurethane on 2 sides
                  *Back panel
                  *Two side panels
                  *Wire management tray
       1 no. Custom Equipment Counter 3
                  Finishes: HP Laminate, Black
                  *Finished in HP Laminate
                  *Polyurethane on 2 sides
                  *Back panel
                  T w o side panels
                  *Wire management tray
       1 no. Custom Equipment Counter 4
                  Finishes: HP Laminate, Black
                  *Finished in HP Laminate
                  *Polyurethane on 3 sides
                  *Back panel
                  T w o side panels
                  W r e management tray
       1 no. Custom Equipment Counter 5
                  Finishes: HP Laminate, Black
                  *Finished in HP Laminate
                  *Polyurethane on 3 sides
                  *Grommet for printer cables
                  *Back panel
                  T w o side panels
                  Wire management tray
       2 no. Bookcase, 30" wide x 18" deep
                   Finishes: HP Laminate
                   *Finished in HP Laminate




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lnnovant Group
37 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
www.innovant.com
Tel. 2 12.929.4883
Fax 212.929.5174




Quotation: 00510-3
November 03,2006

Sewice
          Freight
                       'Dedicated Truck to Glencoe
          Unloading
                       *Union, Regular time
          Installation
                       *Union, Regular time




Options

          Johnson Controls Personal Environments System
          *Desktop Control Panel
          *Adjustable louvers flush with desktop
          *Flexible ducting
          *Fan unit with filter
          ..............................................................................   Add $1,400.00   Per Unit

          Radiant Heat Panel
          *Reostat control
          *Floorstand leg

          ..............................................................................   Add $110.00 Per Unit

          Weber Knapp Adjustable Keyboard Assist
          *Manual adjustment

          ..............................................................................   Add $500.00 Per Unit




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37 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
www.innovant.  corn
Tel. 2 12.929.4883
Fax 2 12.929.5174




Quotation: 00510-3
November 03,2006

General Notes
         Unless otherwise stated, lnnovant warrants that all lnnovant manufactured non-electrical goods shall
         substantially conform to applicable performance data sheets and detail shop drawings and be free from defects
         in materials and workmanship under normal use for the life of the product. This protection is offered with the
         provision that Seller is notified in writing of any such defects within ten (10) days of observed defect or
         malfunction. Electrical goods such as height adjustable legs and power delivery components are warranted for
         a period of five (5) years.

          Resale products are offered as a courtesy to our customers as accessories to Innovant-manufactured
          consoles. These items default to their respective original manufacturer warranty terms, details of which will be
          furnished upon request. Task light bulbs are not covered under warranty, lnnovant cannot guarantee that a
          plastic laminate color or hardware item will be available in the future. If a particular item is
          discontinued, lnnovant will make the best effort to match the existing with other products.

          THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
          INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTlCLllAR PLIRPOSE.

          In the event of a breach of the above warranty, lnnovant shall repair or replace the goods or any part thereof, at
          its option. lnnovant shall not be liable for any consequential damages or incidental damages arising out of any
          breach of the above warranty or any other term of this agreement. Innovant's maximum liability shall not
          exceed in any case or for any reason the purchase price actually paid for the goods.
Estimated Schedule
         This expected schedule is predicated on mutual adherence to milestone dates, production volume and material availability.
                   Order Date                                              1 111 012006
                    Drawing Submittal                                      11/20/2006
                    Drawing Approval                                       1 112412006
                    First Delivery                                         01 I2512007
                    Project Completion                                     01 I3012007

Finishes
          Pricing includes the following finishes unless otherwise noted.
          Veneer                   HP Laminate                  Powdercoat
          * Oak                    * Nevamar                    * Matte Black
          * Maple                  * Wllsonart                  * Black Chrome
          * Birch                  * Formica                    * Silvadillo
          * Ash
          * Cherty
          * Mahogany
          Pricing includes wood veneer species from lnnovant standard suppliers. Should exotic species,
          specialty flitches or other veneers be required, further charges may apply.

          Pricing excludes metal or wood laminates




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lnnovant Group
37 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
www.innovant.com
Tel. 2 12.929.4883
Fax 212.929.5174




Quotation: 00510-3
November 03,2006

Terms and Conditions
         The following stage payments are due upon receipt of invoice. Freight and sales tax billed on last invoice.
         50% 1st Stage 140% 2nd Stage 110% Final Bill, Freight billed
         Any delay which is not the fault of Innovant, Inc. will not affect the payment schedule. A delay that extends beyond thirty
         days is subject to possible storage charges.
         This quote will expire on Friday, February 2,2007.




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lnnovant Group
37 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
www.innovant.com
Tel. 2 12.929.4883
Fax 212.929.51 74




Quotation: 00510-3
November 03,2006

To place an order with lnnovant
                                                                                  PO or Reference #
1. Sign and fill out section below:


            Authorized Signature                                                                  Date


            Print Name


2. Billing contact info:


            Billing Contact


            Company Name


            Address


            Office Phone                                     Fax                                   Cell Phone




3. Fax IEmail this page with your Purchase Order to:
            lnnovant, Inc.
            Attn: Sales Support
            37 West 20th Street
            Suite 1101
            New York, NY 10011
            212.929.4883 (Phone)
            212.929.5174 (Fax)
            ss@innovant.com

4. Send all payments to:
             lnnovanf Inc.
             Attn: Accounts Payable
             84 Ferris Hill Road
             New Canaan, CT 06840
             203.966.1305 (Phone)
             203.966.6904 (Fax)
             ap@innovant.com

             Make checks payable to Innovant, Inc.
             Tax ID # 45-04-99207
   Please direct all questions to your local sales representative or lnnovant Sales Support department.


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                                                                   QUOTATION
                                                                   Quote Number:      4166
                                                                     Quote Date:   11/06/06

XYBlX Systems, Inc.                                                        Page:         1
8160 Blakeland Dr. Unit G
Littleton, CO 80125
303-683-5656, 303-683-5454 fax




                                 ITEMS INCLUDED IN PRICING:

                                 Panel Enclosure System
                                 Ergopower X4+ Table Base
                                 Worksurface 76 x 48 X4+ STRT
                                 Fixed WS 51.25 x 51.25
                                 Keyboard Platform 22"xll"
                                 Keyboard Mechanism Dual - 22"W
                                 Angled WS Return Large
                                 Angled WS Return Small
                                 Common Top WS for Lat Files
                                 Worksurface Return 24D x 46W
                                 Worksurface Return 24D x 24W
                                 Common Top WS 53 x 43.5
                                 2 CPU Cabinet 2005 18" Wide
                                 Rollervision FP Mount 2 HI LRG
                                 Jolt Turbo Dual Arm Task Light
                                 Data Port Escutcheon 8 Grommet
                                 Ext. Cable 20' VGA High Qualit
                                 Ext. Cable 15' PS2 KeyblMouse
                                 Power Bar - 10 Outlet Belkin
                                 Lateral File 2 Drawer 36" Wide
                                 Lateral File 6 Drawer 3 6 W d e
                                 Lateral File 4 Drawer 36" Wide
                                 Custom Keltron Column Rack
                                 Custom Cabinet Design Fee
                                 Bookcase - 36"W x 4 2 H
                                 Ped Fixed 6,6,12 Drawers 22"d
                                 Ped Mobile 6,12 Drawers 18"d
                                 Table Leg - E-Leg - Black Tex
                                 Table Leg Peninsula Dual Suppo
                                 Cup Holder - Blk
                                 Energy Chain 8 J-Channel X4+
                                 Installation Trips (TWO)
                                                                                  QUOTATION
                                                                                  Quote Number:               4166
                                                                                     Quote Date:          11/06/06
                                                                                               Page:               2
       XYBlX Systems, Inc.
       8160 Blakeland Dr. Unit G
       Littleton, CO 80125
       303-683-5656,303-683-5454 fax




                                                                                     ,   ,
Line       Order Qty Part Number     - ~escri~tion                    %   J         Price UM            Ext ~ d c e Est Ship
                                                                      (-      '                                                  ,
                  1.00 10816           Extended Warranty Year 4 & 5               $4,000.0000 YR            $4,000.00 11106106

                                       OPTIONAL ITEMS NOT INCLUDED:
                                       w:::::::H::::::::bH+u+H+
                  0.00 10117           Personal Climate Controls                  $1,895.0000 SET              $0.00 11106106




       Quote is based on non-union                                                        Subtotal:               $40,866.00
       labor rates
       Quote is good for 180 days                                                        Sales Tax:                      $0.00
                                                                                             Freight:               $2,042.00

                                                                                              Total:              $42,908.00
                  Village of Glencoe

                   Board Agenda Memorandum




DATE PREPARED:    November 10, 2006

MEETING DATE:     November 16, 2006

AGENDA SUBJECT:   Consideration of Agreement         with   Cook    County    to
                  Participate in Project Shield

RECOMMENDATION:   That the Village Board Approve a Resolution


Background:       The Village has been working with the Suburban Cook
                  County Water Producer’s Association (SCCWP) over the past
                  18 months to secure funding for a video surveillance
                  system for water plant facilities. Six water treatment plants
                  including Evanston, Glencoe, Kenilworth, Northbrook,
                  Wilmette and Winnetka comprise the SCCWP, and along
                  with the City of Chicago, provide the drinking water needs
                  for all of Cook County. Cook County received grant funding
                  in 2005 through the Homeland Security/Urban Area
                  Security Initiative Grant. In February 2006, Cook County
                  authorized an allocation of $900,000 of this grant to install
                  and implement certain equipment as part of the Homeland
                  Security interoperable mobile data and video system,
                  including, but not limited to, equipment related to water
                  pumping station security. Under the program, labeled
                  appropriately “Project Shield”, each of the SCCWP
                  communities, by entering into a participation agreement
                  with the County, would receive hardware, software,
                  installation, maintenance and support for a video
                  surveillance system at their respective water plant facilities.
                  This system will allow access to the video feeds through an
                  ultra-secure web system to the water plant, local law
                  enforcement departments, and the County.

                  Project Shield will be implemented in three phases. The
                  preliminary phase included setting up the wide area
                  network (WAN) which allows for connectivity to all Public
                  Safety Departments and the County. Subsequent phases
                  include the water plant surveillance systems, squad car
                  video systems and central station monitoring.




                                                                               1
Analysis:         The County has entered into a contract with IBM as the
                  service provider for the surveillance system installation.
                  Under the terms of the contract the Village will be receiving
                  equipment, installation and 5 years of maintenance. The
                  Village will only be responsible for providing a dedicated T-1
                  phone line. Details of the equipment being installed have
                  been discussed in a previous executive session due to the
                  sensitive nature of this system.

                  Attached is a resolution approving a grant agreement
                  between the Village and Cook County relative to
                  participation in the Cook County Mobile Video and Data
                  Communications Network. Cook County is requiring the
                  Village to approve an agreement prior to proceeding with
                  the work at the Water Plant.

Recommendation:   Staff recommends that the Village Board adopt the
                  Resolution authorizing the Village’s participation in the
                  Cook County Project Shield Agreement relating to the
                  receipt of equipment, software and technical support
                  necessary for the Village’s participation in the County’s
                  Mobile Video and Data Communications Network.

Motion:           If the Village Board concurs with the recommendation of
                  staff, a motion may be made as follows:

                  Adopt a resolution approving a grant agreement
                  between the Village and Cook County relative to
                  participation with Cook County Mobile Video and Data
                  Communications Network.




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           C O U N N BUILDING                                                                                                        Chair
         118 N. CLARK STREET                                                                                                         Legislation and
                ROOM 5 6 7                                                                                                             Intergovernmental
          CHICAGO. IL 60602                                                                                                            Relations Committee
             (312) 603-6383
           (31 2) 603-3622 FAX                                                                                                       Member
    LSuffredin@cookcountygov.com                                                                                                     Finance Committee
            www.Suffredin.org                                LARRY SUFFREDIN                                                         Rules Committee
                                                                                                                                     Litigation Sub-committee
           DISTRICT OFFICES                             COMMISSIONER - 13TH DISTRICT                                                 Tax Revenue
                                                                                                                                        Sub-Committee
820 Davis St., Ste 104   1409 Morse Avenue
                                                                                                                                     Department of Corrections
 Evanston. IL 60201       Chicago. IL 60626     COOK C O U N N BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS                                                   Sub-committee
   (847) 864-1209          (773) 274-2003
 (847) 864-1209 Fax      (773) 274-2703 Fax                                                                                          Zoning and Building
                                                                                                                                        Committee
                                                                                                                                     Health and Hospitals
                                                                                                                                     Road & Bridges



                         February 6,2006

                         Paul M. Harlow
                         Village Manager
                         675 Village Ct.
                         Glencoe, IL 60022

                         Dear Mr. Harlow:

                         The enclosed item passed at the February 1,2006 meeting of the Cook County Board of
                         Commissioners.

                         If you have any questions regarding the item please contact my office at (3 12) 603-6383.


                         Very truly yours,




                         Larry Suffredin
                         Commissioner 13thDistrict

                         Enclosure




                                                        The 13th District includes the following communities:
                          49th & 50th Wards of the City of Chicago, the City of Evanston and the Villages of Glencoe, Glenview, Kenilworth,
                                          Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Niles, Northbrook, Skokie, Wilmette, and Winnetka.


                                                                       @    Printed o n Recycled Papel
                       PROPOSED AGREEMENT AMENDMENT

ITEM #13

Transmitting a Communication from

DANIEL J. COUGHLIN, Executive Director, Judicial Advisory Council

requesting authorization to enter into Participation Agreements or, as applicable, amended
Participation Agreements with the Villages of Evanston, Glencoe, Kenilworth, Northbrook,
Wilmette and Winnetka, Illinois. These Participation Agreements will enable the County,
through its contractors, to install and implement certain equipment as part of the Homeland
Security interoperable mobile data and video system including, but not limited to, equipment
related to water pumping station security. The equipment and the work associated with the
project will be funded through a combined allocation of $900,000.00 under the Fiscal Year 2005
Homeland Security/Urban Area Security Initiative Grant approved by the Board on September
20, 2005. Because of the availability of this grant funding, these agreements will result in no
fiscal impact to Cook County.

Authorization is also requested to amend for updating purposes, as needed, Participation
Agreements previously authorized by the Board in order to incorporate services and equipment
made available as part of the Homeland Security interoperable mobile data and video system.
The amendment will reference services and equipment provided pursuant to fhding which has
been made available since Phase I and which may be approved by the Board in the future,
ensuring that all equipment and services made available through the County are governed by the
same Participation Agreements. As with all prior Participation Agreements, it is requested that
the Executive Director of the Judicial Advisory Council be authorized to execute all such
Participation Agreements and amended Participation Agreements on behalf of the County.

Estimated Fiscal Impact: None.
                                    VILLAGE OF GLENCOE

                               RESOLUTION NO. ____________

                      A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE COOK COUNTY
                          MOBILE AND DATA COMMUNICATIONS
                         NETWORK PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT

       WHEREAS, Cook County has entered into a contract with International Business

Machines Corporation ("IBM"), utilizing funding provided by the United States Department of

Homeland Security, which funding is made available to the County through the State of Illinois

and the Illinois Emergency Management Agency; and

       WHEREAS, pursuant to the terms of the agreement between Cook County and IBM, the

County is authorized to permit certain municipalities, including the Village of Glencoe, to utilize

various equipment and software provided and installed by IBM, including a mobile video and

data communications network; and

       WHEREAS, Cook County and the Village desire to enter into an agreement to set forth

the terms and conditions for the Village's participation in the County's mobile video and data

communications network, which Agreement is attached to this Resolution as Exhibit A

(“Agreement"); and

       WHEREAS, the Village has the authority to enter into the Agreement pursuant to Article

VII, Section 10 of the Illinois Constitution of 1970 and the Intergovernmental Cooperation Act, 5

ILCS 220/1 et seq.; and

       WHEREAS, recent events in world history have demonstrated the serious potential

threat posed by terrorism, and have caused federal, state, and local governments to recognize

the effectiveness of sharing resources and information to better prepare for and respond to

threats to the public health, safety, and welfare; and

       WHEREAS, the Public Works Department and the Public Safety Department

recommend, and the Village Board has determined, that participation by the Village in the

County's mobile video and data communications network would be in the interest of the Village,
its residents, and the public and that entering into the Agreement would be in the best interest of

the Village;

        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF

TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF GLENCOE, COUNTY OF COOK, STATE OF ILLINOIS, as

follows:

        SECTION ONE: RECITALS. The foregoing recitals are incorporated in, and made a

part of, this Resolution by this reference as findings of the Village Board of Trustees of the

Village of Glencoe.

        SECTION TWO: APPROVAL. The Agreement is hereby approved, in substantially the

form of Exhibit A hereto, subject to the final review and approval of the Village Manager and

Village Attorney.

        SECTION THREE: AUTHORIZATION. The Village President and Village Clerk are

hereby authorized and directed to execute and attest the Agreement.



PASSED THIS           DAY OF              , 2006.

AYES:

NAYS:

ABSENT:

APPROVED THIS           DAY OF                      , 2006

                                                             _______________________
                                                             Village President
ATTEST:

______________________
Village Clerk



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