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2014 MUNICIPAL BUDGET. It is the expectation of the Council to develop community driven policy whose intent will be to ensure a safe, clean, secure environment,

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1 2014 MUNICIPAL BUDGET

2 It is the expectation of the Council to develop community driven policy whose intent will be to ensure a safe, clean, secure environment, a well maintained infrastructure system, and a climate of acceptance, friendly caring, and community spirit. We will make affordable decisions which we believe will lead our township in a progressive, enterprising and sustainable direction within the Legislative framework of the Province of Ontario. At the same time our residents and guests will have the assurance that both old and new cultural traditions will continue to play an integral part in making this community the special place we recognize as home. Township of Madawaska Valley MISSION STATEMENT Township of Madawaska Valley MISSION STATEMENT

3 2014 PROPOSED REVENUES $6,246,657

4 2014 PROPOSED EXPENDITURES $6,246,657

5 Municipal operating – capital expense comparison $4,926,357 $1,039,300$281,000

6 2013/2014 TAXATION LEVY REQUIREMENT COMPARISON 2013 TAXATION BUDGETED EXPENDITURES$7,001, BUDGETED REVENUES$3,497, $3,503, TAXATION PROPOSED EXPENDITURES $6,246, PROPOSED REVENUES$2,596, LEVY REQUIREMENT FROM TAXATION TAXATION $3,649, LEVY INCREASE OF $146,111 (or 4.17%) Increase due in part to:  commencement of implementation of Asset Management Plan  2014 is a Municipal Election year and Township must budget for this expenditure  increased policing costing ($85,263)  increased material/service costs to provide services

7 2014 MUNICIPAL TAX IMPACT on residential properties (WITHOUT AREA RATES) 2014MUNICIPAL TAX RATE DECREASE1.18% 2013 MUNICIPAL TAX RATE

8 TAX DOLLAR IMPACT Difference $100,000 Assessment $ $549.12($ 6.57) 2013 Average Residential Impact $ 139,500 Assessment $ Average Residential Impact $ 144,000 Assessment $ $ or 2.01 % Consideration must be given to the Assessment increases. According to the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) the average single family residential assessment has increased by 3.23% from $139,500 in 2013 to $144,000 in The following will demonstrate the impact that this assessment change will have on these properties.

9 2014 GENERAL RESERVE FUND STATUS ACCOUNT BALANCE ON JANUARY 1/14 ADDITIONSWITHDRAWALS ANTICIPATED BALANCE ON DECEMBER 31/14 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 1,083, ,00029,4571,062, FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES 182, ,50020,700204, TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 373, ,00049,000464, ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES 1,721, ,744227,5001,545, LIBRARY SERVICES 21, , RECREATION & CULTURAL SERVICES 355, ,000102,000296, PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 203, ,0006,60020, TOTAL GENERAL RESERVES 3,940, ,244435,2573,814,659.98

10 2014 COUNTY OF RENFREW RESIDENTIAL TAX LEVY DECREASE 6.34 (based on $100,000 assessment) 2014 RESIDENTIAL RATE: Levy Amount - $2,393,930 up from $2,278,083 (increase of 5.04% from last year) 1.75%

11 2014 RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION TAX LEVY 2014 Residential Rate: Levy Amount - $1,609, up from $1,585,038 (increase of 1.55% from last year) 1.42% DECREASE 9.00 (based on $100,000 assessment)

12 IMPACT HOW THESE DECISIONS IMPACT YOUR 2014 TAX BILL... HOW THESE DECISIONS IMPACT YOUR 2014 TAX BILL...

13 TOTAL 2014 TAXATION BILLING IMPACT based on $100,000 Residential Assessment MUNICIPAL TAXATION LEVY COUNTY LEVY EDUCATION LEVY TOTAL PROPERTY TAXES , , A $21.91 DECREASE over the amount paid in 2013 (1.94 %)

14 Dollar Difference Percentage difference Municipal Portion ( $ 6.57 )( 1.18% ) County Portion ( $ 6.34 )( 1.75% ) Education Portion ( $ 9.00 )( 1.42% ) Total Taxes (without Area Rates) 1, ,107.11( $ )( 1.94% ) TAX IMPACT ON $100,000 ASSESSMENT

15 2014 TAXATION INFLUENCES REASSESSMENT  We are in the second year of an updated four year phase-in Property Assessment update which updated from a 2008 base year to a 2012 base year.  Assessment reductions are not phased-in in the same manner as assessment increases are, total reduction was given immediately (during the 2013 taxation year) which added stress to the 2013 taxation year but continues as Requests for Reconsideration are being processed.  Taxable Assessments for the Township of Madawaska Valley rose by 5.33% from $609,884,737 in 2013 to $642,421,623 for REVENUE SOURCES LIMITED – RISING COSTS  Other than a small number of grant opportunities, in addition to fees and service charges that are levied, property taxation is the only means that the Township has to raise revenues.  Operation costs continue to rise; the need to replace and rehabilitate existing capital assets without assistance of the upper levels of Government; and the implementation of the Township Asset Management Plan (a requirement of obtaining future Provincial funding) are making it very difficult to maintain taxes from rising.

16 DISTRIBUTION OF 2014 RESIDENTIAL TAX BILL ( based on $100,000 residential assessed value) From every tax dollar received, $0.496 remains with the municipality General Administration Protection Service Transportation Services Municipal Properties Waste Disposal Services Social & Family Services Library Services Planning, & Dev’t Services Parks/Recreation/Cultural Services - $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 0.183(per tax dollar)) $ (per tax dollar)) $ 0.496

17 HOW THE TAX DOLLAR THAT REMAINS WITH THE MUNICIPALITY ARE SPENT General Administration$ Protection Services$ Transportation Services$ Municipal Properties$ Waste Management Services$ Social & Family Services$ Library Services$ Planning/Economic Dev’t/Emergency Preparedness$ Parks & Recreation Services$ $ 1.000

18 2014 AREA RATES TRANSFER STATION AREA RATE (applies to property assessments in the former Township of Radcliffe and Townships of Sherwood, Jones & Burns who do not received curbside pickup services) CURBSIDE PICKUP AREA RATE (applies to all Residential, Commercial, Institutional and Industrial Units located in the former Village of Barry’s Bay and surrounding areas that receive this service)

19 TRANSFER STATION AREA RATE Transfer Station Area Rate Budget decreased by 0.72% $ 135,907

20 TRANSFER STATION PROPERTIES - BUDGET IMPACT Transfer Station Area Rate

21 2014 TRANSFER STATION RESERVE FUND STATUS ACCOUNT BALANCE ON JANUARY 1/14 ADDITIONSWITHDRAWALS ANTICIPATED BALANCE ON DECEMBER 31/14 TRANSFER STATION AREA RATE RESERVES 130, ,700148,832.16

22 Curbside pickup AREA RATE $ 167,757 Curbside Pickup Area Rate Budget increased by 10.82%

23 CURBSIDE PICKUP AREA RATE 2014 CURBSIDE AREA RATES: Residential Unit Rate:$ Small Industrial, Commercial & Institutional Rate: $ Medium Industrial, Commercial & Institutional Rate:$ 1, Large Industrial, Commercial & Institutional Rate:$ 2, Extra-Large Industrial, Commercial & Institutional Rate:$ 4,350.00

24 2014 CURBSIDE AREA RATE RESERVE FUND STATUS ACCOUNT BALANCE ON JAN 1/14 ADDITIONSWITHDRAWALS ANTICIPATED BALANCE ON DECEMBER 31/14 CURBSIDE AREA RATE RESERVES $117,227.38$30,000$147,227.38

25 As previously noted for the 2013 taxation year, the average Single Family Residential Assessment as determined by the OPTA increased by 3.23%, from $139,500 to $144,000 for The percentage assessment increases for individual properties will vary therefore each property will be impacted differently, some less while others more. Keep in mind that properties, including Seasonal Recreational/Waterfront, that are in other property classifications will experience different impacts dependent upon the assessment increase. Residential properties paying the Transfer Station area rate with up to a 2.02% assessment increase, and those who pay the Curbside Pickup area rate that experience up to a 1% assessment increase, will see their property taxes remain the same or decrease. Any assessment increases above this amount will see increases dependent upon the value of the property increase. INCREASED ASSESSMENT INCREASED PROPERTY TAXES

26 TOTAL 2014 TAXATION BILLING IMPACT TOTAL 2014 TAXATION BILLING IMPACT Based on the average Single Family Residential Assessment for properties that do not receive curbside pickup services ASSESSMENT MUNICIPAL TAXATION LEVY TRANSFER STATION AREA RATE AREA RATE COUNTY LEVY EDUCATION LEVY TOTAL PROPERTY TAXES , , , , % A $17.95 INCREASE over the amount paid in 2013

27 TOTAL 2014 TAXATION BILLING IMPACT TOTAL 2014 TAXATION BILLING IMPACT Based on the average Single Family Residential Assessment for properties that receive curbside pickup services ASSESSMENT MUNICIPAL TAXATION LEVY CURBSIDE PICKUP AREA RATE AREA RATE COUNTY LEVY EDUCATION LEVY TOTAL PROPERTY TAXES , , , , A $34.26 INCREASE over the amount paid in %

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