City of Willmar

Proposed Capital Improvement Plan 2014-2018
Presented September 30, 2013 Charlene Stevens, City Administrator

Capital Planning 2014-2018
• Followed same process as 2013 • Criteria for consideration
– – – – – – Legal Mandates Maintenance of Existing Assets Sustainability Reduce or Offset Costs Critical Public Safety Needs or Concern Meeting City Council Priorities

• Goal of establishing a five (5) year planning horizon

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Review Committee
• Bruce Peterson, Chair, Planning & Development Services Director • Steve Okins, Finance Director • Scott Ledeboer, Public Works • Dave Wyffels, Police Chief • Colleen Thompson, Wastewater • Megan DeSchepper, Planning
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Capital Improvement Funding
• Bonding (Debt) • Cash
– Unspent Reserves – Unspent Previous Capital Allocations

• Special Revenues
– WWTF – LOST
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Proposed Capital Expenditures
2014 Cash Debt Service WWTP
1,050,450 9,183,000 120,000

2015
1,677,500 3,570,000 953,500

2016
1,475,500 3,354,000 140,000

2017
1,368,000 2,883,000 258,500

2018
1,443,500 2,710,000 300,000

LOST
Stormwater State Aid Totals

4,605,00
200,000 647,625 $15,735,300

170,000
100,000 714,000 $3,615,000

0
300,000 238,000

0
0 224,000

0
0 1,190,000 $5,643,500

$5,507,500 $4,733,500

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2014 Projects
• 51 projects • Fourteen different categories • Threshold over $5,000

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Airport
• $236,125 in Cash Funded projects (20%) • $647,625 in State Funded (80%) • Projects Include
‾ ‾ ‾ ‾ ‾ ‾ ‾ Overlay Taxi Lanes (East Hanger) Master Plan Update Crack Repair/Seal Taxilanes & Parking lots Airfield Electrical Back-Up Generator Tiling & Drainage; Fencing; Terminal Irrigation System Free Standing Sign & MnDOT Sign Environmental Assessment 13/31 Ext
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Fire Department
• • • • • Emergency Outdoor Sirens, $5,000 Voice Amplifiers, $20,000 West Bay Garage Door Adjustment, $10,000 Copy Machine/Printer, $9,600 All cash funded.

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Engineering
• • • • • • Sidewalk/Bike Path Reconstruction, $15,000 Sidewalk/Path New Construction, $35,000 Color Plotter Replacement, $10,000 Signal Loop Detector Replacement, $10,000 Signal Cabinet Replacement, $30,000 Ariel Photography, $15,000

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Industrial Park
• Phase 2A Construction
– $3,500,000 from Local Option Sales Tax

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Information Technology
• Server Replacement, $25,000 • Video Cameras, $17,000 • Agenda Software, $27,000

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Leisure Services
• Civic Center (Local Option Sales Tax) – HVAC, $1,000,000 – Door Replacement, $30,000 – North Driveway Repair, $40,000 • WCAC (Cash) – WCAC Signage, $12,000 – Mechanical Work (kitchen), $7,500 – Building Exterior, $50,000 • City Auditorium Gun Range, $30,000 (Cash) • Fence Repair North Swanson, $20,000 (Cash)
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Public Works
• Street Reconstruction
– $2,500,000 Bonded, Annual Program – $140,000 Cash Funded, Overlay

• Sign Reflectivity Replacement
– $25,000 cash funded

• PW Facility Siding and Painting
– $100,000 cash funded

• Play Equipment
– $30,000 Cash Funded

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Public Works
• • • • Path Lighting 15th Ave to 19th Ave, $15,000. Path Lighting Willmar Ave to 15th Ave, $5,000. Public Works Garage Door Replacement, $10,000. All Cash funded projects.

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Stormwater
• Improvements at former WWTP
– $100,000 Stormwater Funds

• Area West of Menards (Phase 1)
– $100,000 Stormwater Funds

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Wastewater Treatment
• Lakeland Drive Interceptor/MinnWest LS
– $6,611,000 (Debt)

• Sewer Replacement (annual)
– $50,000 Utility fee

• Sewer Line under BNSF by Sperryville,
– $60,000

• Diesel Particulate Filters, $120,000
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Other Projects
• • • • Downtown Gateways, $200,000 Highway 12 Corridor Study, $50,000 Facilities Study, $50,000 Police Canine Unit, $6,000

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Questions?

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