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May 21 Osler Community Hall Community Information Night1 5/21/2014.

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1 May 21 Osler Community Hall Community Information Night1 5/21/2014

2  Welcome – Councilor Enns  Fire Hall Update – Councilor Pauls  Events/Rec & How Do I Get Involved? Councilor Quiring  Prairie Spirit School Division – George Janzen  Capital Projects & Budget – 2014 – Mayor Buhler  2014 Base Tax/Mill Rates – Councilor Braun  Revenue & Where do my Tax Dollars Go?  Roads, Gravel and Paving  Local Improvement – Mayor/Catterall & Wright/Staff  Coffee and Informal Q&A Community Information Night2 5/21/2014

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5 CONSTRUCTION ON THE FIRE HALL WINTER 2013 Community Information Night5 5/21/2014

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9 DateDescriptionCost 2010Purchase of Land$ 94, Engineering, Geotechnical Testing$ 84, Lot Grading & Fill$ 17, Lot Servicing Local Utilities$ 54, Phase I$703, Lot Servicing Other Utilities$ 6, Electrical & Heating Phase I$ 54, Anticipated Phase II costs$349, Installation of Radio Tower$ 2,500 Community Information Night9 5/21/2014

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14  Boards & Committees such as the Museum, OFRC, the Library …  Communities in Bloom  Volunteer for an Event ◦ Winter Carnival ◦ Canada Day ◦ Moonlight Madness …  Talk to the Fire Department  Osler Housing Authority Board  Run for Council in October /21/2014 Community Information Night14

15 5/21/2014 Community Information Night15 GEORGE JANZEN AREA REPRESENTATIVE PRAIRIE SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION BOARD

16  Upgrade Water Treatment Plant $1.53 M  2007 – New Paddling Pool Heaters - $12,000  Upgrade Water Lines - $433,610  Upgrade Lift Station - $473,590  Expansion Comm Hall - $251,780  Outdoor Rink - $97,140  Lagoon Expansion - $1.32 M  2009 used Champion Grader - $84,000  Fire Hall Construction - $1.37 M  2010 new Bob Cat - $42,000  2012 used Fire Truck - $68,250  2012 Resurfacing 2 nd Street - $125,000  2013 John Deere Mower - $20,000 5/21/2014 Community Information Night16

17  Capital Works ◦ Phase II of the Fire Hall - $409,000 ◦ Initial work on upcoming Local Improvement – the $$$ amount is dependent on time for approval (there is approxiamtely ½ the cost, and revenue, included in the Budget totals ◦ Crack Filling - $9,000 ◦ Gravel - $12,000  Revenue Totals – $3.469 Million  Expenditure Totals – $3.459 Million  Budget Surplus of just over $10,000 5/21/2014 Community Information Night17

18  2014 Assessment just over $81Million  School Mill Rates – Residential 5.03 (others vary and can be found on Govt website)  Total School Taxes sent to the Province from the Town of Osler = $411,250  Town mill rate set at 7 Mills  Town generated $839,676  Total taxes include Base Tax as set out in the following slide (same for 2013 and 2014) 5/21/2014 Community Information Night18

19  2014 Assessment just over $82 Million  School Mill Rates – Residential 5.03 (no change)  Total School Taxes sent to the Province from the Town of Osler = $433,000  Town mill rate set at 7.5 Mills (up ½ mill)  Town will generate approx. $915,000  Total taxes include Base Tax as follows: 5/21/2014 Community Information Night19 Property ClassLandImprovementsCombined Agriculture$0$400 Residential$300$400$700 Commercial$300$400$700 Industrial$300$400$700

20 5/21/2014 Community Information Night20 Municipal Sources of Revenue 2013 ACTUAL REVENUE Municipal Taxes$ 829,303 Unconditional Revenue Sharing$ 244,838 Grants in Lieu of Taxes$ 40,113 General Governance$ 71,153 Protective Services$ 140,510 Transportation Services$ 4,537 Environmental & Planning$ 120,212 Recreation & Culture$ 92,378 Water & Sewer Utilities$ 507,005 Reserves Transferred Fire/Town$ 710,165 TOTAL REVENUES$2,345,706

21 5/21/2014 Community Information Night ACTUAL EXPENDITURES % General Government $ 312, Protective Services $ 119, Transportation Services $ 269, Environment, Planning et al $ 113, Culture & Recreation $ 218, Water & Sewer $ 601, Acquisition of Capital Assets (Fire Hall and John Deere Mower) $ 710, TOTAL $2,345,706

22  2001 – Vote held – public opposed to spending $3 Million on paving streets  2006 – Presentation identifying need to pave and cost of $5 Million – but a need for replacement of water lines prior to work being undertaken  2007 – 2009 – replacement of water lines – 4 th Ave, 3 rd Street, Osler Street, etc. 5/21/2014 Community Information Night22

23  2012 – Public Meeting held to move forward with first Local Improvement – Pauls Crescent  Residents of Pauls Crescent petitioned against moving forward with Local Improvement to rebuild and pave the street  2013 – Discussion around Storm Retention Pond/Soccer Field (need to wait for grant announcement)  TODAY – Proposing a Local Improvement … 5/21/2014 Community Information Night23

24 More details to follow and a public meeting once initial approval has been received from the Saskatchewan Municipal Board PROPOSAL TO REBUILD ROADS, INSTALL CURB & GUTTER FOLLOWED BY PAVING IN YEAR TWO – Total Cost just over $2 Million  1 st Street – Starting at 1 st Avenue & continuing to 6 th Avenue intersection  6 th Avenue from 1 st Street to 3 rd Street  Pauls Crescent (rebuild and paving only as curbing is in place) Community Information Night24 5/21/2014

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28  Members of Council or Staff would be pleased to respond to individual questions  Town Bylaw Binders available for review  The Bylaw Enforcement Officer will be pleased to discuss Town Bylaws (i.e. ATV Bylaw, Traffic etc.)  The Engineer will remain after for questions  Osler Housing Authority is in attendance and would welcome questions you may have on the workings of the Housing Authority  Copies of the Financial Synopsis for 2013 are available (copy will be included with Tax Notices)  School Division questions may be forwarded to George Janzen 5/21/2014 Community Information Night28

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