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Section III - Capital ProjectsFY2018 BUDGET PROJECTION •CAPITAL PROJECTS Town and County of Nantucket 16 Broad Street Nantucket, MA 02554 Town of Nantucket Capital Program Committee Report to Finance Committee General and Enterprise Funds FY 2018 December 19, 2016 Executive Summary The Capital Committee would like to recognize the excellent work done by Town Administration, and the Finance Department for gathering and sorting through all the data in preparing the documents and requests for the Capital Committee to review. The departments have also done good job bringing us their most pressing needs and looking into the out years for planning purposes that will continue to improve our financial planning and management of the needs facing the island. Listed below are all the FY 2018 capital requests. The 7 member Capital Committee has met with each department head to better understand and review these requests. Additionally, in teams of one or two members, the Capital Committee made site visits to all the departments for a better understanding and visual of each departmental request and to better serve our deliberations to arrive at our recommendations. After much discussion, items in red were not approved by the committee for one reason or another. Some of these requests will be reassigned to the respective department’s operating budget and some moved to out years where they are better suited for planning and financial purposes. The Capital Committee recognized various capital-type expenses under the $50K threshold for qualified capital items. After discussion, and as noted in our recommendation, certain projects were reclassified to operating while others were aggregated for completion as capital projects; of these requests, each was thoroughly reviewed on its own by the committee. Specific Capital Program Committee Recommendations FACILITIES DEPTARTMENT 20 SOUTH WATER ST. WATERPROOF REAR WALL: ($10,000) The committee felt this item should fall under the departmental operating budget for on- going maintenance and repair. It has since been moved out of Capital requests and into the operating budget. 2 FAIRGROUNDS RD. ADA IMPROVMENTS: ($25,000) The request is to refit the front door and public entrance to meet ADA standards. The committee initially felt this item might be too close to future unknown plans of this building, but realizes there are no eminent plans slated and with public offices inside that the public regularly visits, that it should be refitted to accommodate ADA requirements. TOM NEVERS PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT: $100,000 Initially the committee felt this request did not fit among the duties of the Facilities Department but understand it will fall under the management of this department. We have reviewed the current conditions of this playground equipment and feel the equipment’s current conditions and high public use warrant updating. We have also recommended that highly weather resistant materials be considered when selecting the new equipment along with having it checked more frequently for repair issues. PAINT EXTERIOR 4 FAIRGROUNDS: ($48,000) This request is for painting the exterior at 4 Fairgrounds. The committee felt this request should fall under the departmental budget. It has since been removed from the Capital requests and into the departmental budget. RENOVATE FIRE STATION: ($45,000) This request is to bring the current fire station up to compliance by having separate men’s and women’s facilities. Again the committee felt this work was getting done to a building that will soon be vacated, but this is a compliance issue and the work must be done. This item did not meet the $50K Capital threshold and therefore all agreed it be funded elsewhere. This work will get done and will now be funded out of the general fund with Free Cash. FIRE DEPARTMENT REPLACE AMBULANCE #2: $279,000 Generally there is a 10 year replacement rate on ambulances. Up until 2013 the NFD had 4 ambulances. The new ambulance would replace the 2006 ambulance and will be funded from the Ambulance Reserve Fund. SCONSET FIRE STATION FEASIBILITY STUDY: ($100,000) This request by NFD would be to study renovating and staffing the Sconset Fire House with the goal of reducing response times in the high-season. The committee is not opposed to the value of the study but feels allocating funds towards an alternate venue when we haven’t sorted out our primary station was unwarranted. This request will be moved into the out years. ALS EQUIPMENT FOR ONE AMBULANCE: $50,000 These funds are being requested to upgrade one ambulance with specific Advanced Life Support equipment. For many years the NFD has been looking into going ALS with its equipment and staff training. We have already outfitted one ambulance with ALS. This is an important preemptive move that will generate additional income as well as better serve the island and its visitors. This will be funded out of Ambulance Reserve Fund. POLICE DEPARTMENT REPLACE DISPATCH EQUIPMENT: $930,150 This project upgrades the current radio system that provides two-way communication between Police, Fire, DPW, Airport and Marine Dept. The equipment is at the end of its service life and technologically out of date. The committee had some discussion on this as it makes up a large percent of capital allocation. We discussed with Finance Department the option of leasing to buy over three years and the additional $40,000 in interest brought us back to recommending the full amount this year. The new system would be in service through 2028. PUBLIC WORKS PICK UP TRUCK WITH PLOW: $60,000 This replaces an aging 1995 F-250 plow and road crew vehicle. It was taken off the road last year for excessive under carriage rust and in need of numerous repairs. 1-TON DUMP TRUCK WITH PLOW: $75,000 This replaces a 2004 1-ton dump truck with over 110,000 hard work and plowing miles on it. It’s become costly to maintain and the plow assembly has broken down many times over the last 12 years. It has been unreliable and is inoperable more than it’s in service. LOADER: ($250,000) This would assist the current loader with snow emergencies and earth moving duties. When asked the DPW director which vehicle she would omit if she had to, she chose this one. It would simply become the primary and the current reliable loader would be the assist vehicle to it. We have not approved this item and have requested it be moved into out years. BUCKET TRUCK WITH CHIPPER: ($250,000) There was discussion on whether the town should be contracting out this specialized type of work with job and equipment hazards. We have not recommended this item as we are awaiting specific information on the operation of the current equipment and a renewed look into the option of contracting out. The town does contract out depending on the nature of some of the larger jobs and there remains a need for a dedicated arborist on staff to give us the flexibility to manage the full time tree maintenance, but the committee would like to see safety and maintenance records and plans to store this vehicle indoors prior to purchase of a new one. GRADER: $200,000 The town has close to 40 miles of public gravel/dirt roads that require quarterly maintenance as well as grading needs after rain storms. The current grader has been discontinued and parts are becoming more difficult and expensive to find. The mechanical and hydraulic systems are in bad shape causing lots of down time and costly repairs. Town Administration has said the flexibility of owning this equipment outweighs contracting this service out. The public is good at reminding us when we haven’t managed these roads. LEAF/RUBBISH VACUUM TRUCK: $100,000 This is for the purchase of a new leaf and litter truck to assist in better managing gutter trash and leaf removal and increase the effectiveness of one staff member. MOWING EQUIPMENT: $50,000 The increasing demands for mowing roadsides, parks and playing fields and deterioration of the old mowers warrants the need for new equipment. The request would allow for 2 mowers at $15K each and one larger mower at $20K. The old older mowers are derelict and unsafe. There was concern where this equipment would be stored and it was confirmed that all pieces would live inside when not in use. The committee would like to see that qualified staff is operating this equipment. SCONSET FLAGPOLE: REQUESTED - $200,000 RECOMMENDED - $145,000 This request is for the restoration of the Sconset Rotary Memorial Flagpole, collar and base. There was damage to the base when recently hit by a vehicle. As to the pole itself, only the lower mast is getting repaired. There was discussion on the amount of the request for being excessive. The Capital Committee has requested Town Administration to follow up on the offender’s insurance reimbursement. We have followed through with partial funding in the case the reimbursement does not come through. $45K of the request will be from CPC. The committee recommended $100K on the Town’s behalf for a total of $145K for the project. SCHOOL DEPARTMENT NHS BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS: $100,000 This is a multi-year request involving inside and outside work. This request includes replacing the carpet in the library, locker room and plumbing upgrades and select area where re- shingling is needed. PAVING AT NHS/CPS: $300,000 This request is for new pavement at NHS and CPS parking lots. There are substantial cracks and potholes that need attention. CPS BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS: $100,000 Each school needs its share of building improvements. This would go towards shingling, painting lockers and interior doors as well as replace old classroom carpet with VCT (vinyl composite tile) tiles. They are a durable alternative to carpet. NES BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS: $100,000 This request covers replacing doors and classroom carpet, shingling, repainting bathroom floors, replacing cabinets and reconfiguring the community school and central offices. NES/CPS HVAC UPGRADES: $450,000 The HVAC system in the High School and Middle School are in serious need of an upgrade. Portions of the school have gone without heat and in FY16 $103,000 was paid out towards repairs. BACKUS LANE PLAYGROUND AND FIELD IMPROVEMENTS: $375,000 This Land Bank land was secured through ATM and the transfer approved at the state level to be turned over to the schools for recreational purpose. This funding will help get this project underway. The committee recommended this, but had some discussion on a few items. There was concern that its location on a far corner of the school complex should call for video monitoring equipment. School staff assured us that that equipment would be included. It also came up that this amount seems low to fulfill these improvements and have requested the School to keep in mind place holders for out years. They are optimistic this amount will be close to what they need to fulfill this request, but are reviewing the project further to see if an out year request is needed. TOWN ADMINISTRATION REPLACE TOWN COMPUTERS: $50,000 This request would be used to replace outdated laptops, desktops, tablets and printers. Technology advancements require us to continually update the inventory. Older computers take more time to support and repair and Town staff’s efforts are typically delayed when this equipment isn’t working properly. The upgrade schedule for this technology is to allocate $50,000 every other year in order to maintain a stock of fully reliable equipment. G.I.S. DIGITAL IMAGE UPDATES: $300,000 These images are used extensively by the Police, Fire, DPW, and Planning as well as by the public. The frequency of updates depends on change in an area but has typically occurred approximately every three years. The last set of aerials was taken in early 2013. It’s important that these images are up to date and reliable for those using them. TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT SIDE WALK IMPROVEMENT PLAN: REQUESTED - $1,000,000 RECOMMENDED - $500,000 The committee was concerned that this amount of money would not be spent due to confines of winter weather, man power and in season. We will reassess once we have a few years to analyze to confirm how much of the money is spent each year. Finance Department has said this amount gives them flexibility to get the work done and any leftover funds will remain allocated to sidewalk repair and cannot be diverted for other uses. The department head is confident they will use up these funds by June 2018. The reduction in the requested amount is reduction in the requested amount is also justified by the fact that the SWIP is carrying a balance from past allocation. SURFSIDE AREA RECONSTRUCTION: $1,000,000 This request is for additional funding to continue the surfside area reconstruction which started with the Boulevard and will expand to other nearby roads, mainly Orkowaw and Monahannsett. ROAD IMPROVEMENTS/MAINTENANCE-ISLAND WIDE: $900,000 This request is continuation of the Pavement Management Plan and our part of the Chapter 90 funding. This item also includes a centerline reflector program for roads that qualify for them. OLD SOUTH RD/FAIRGROUNDS ROTARY: $150,000 This project funds the engineering and design of the Old South Road and Fairgrounds Road intersection into a rotary/roundabout. This intersection is high on the list for congestion in the summer months and the committee agrees that it should be pursued. OLD SOUTH ROAD BIKE PATH IMPROVEMENTS: $75,000 This request will resurface part of the Old South Rd. bike path, as well as apply crack sealing and manage vegetation growth issues. STORMWATER IMPROVMENTS: $500,000 As part of an Administrative Consent Order received by The Town, the Sewer Department is required to complete a “Capacity, Management, Operation and Maintenance” plan (see Sewer Enterprise Fund below). In accordance with the ACO and associated CMOM, the requested funds will be used to generate the plan and implementation will be funded in 2019. This storm water plan will identify problem areas and prioritizes the improvement of these areas not only to stop inflow but to address areas of flooding. ROAD REFLECTOR PROJECT: ($120,000) The committee does not recommend this request at this time. This item is addressed above in Road Improvements Island Wide. One driving force is that our current paving venders don’t even have the equipment to fulfill this request. The roads that qualify should be considered for this project when they are next resurfaced. ENTERPRISE FUNDS AIRPORT AIRPORT EQUIPMENT AND VEHICLES: $198,000 This request has aggregated some much needed items to qualify for capital funding. Included in this request are new tires for a fire apparatus and a snow mover, a new reliable deicer truck and a compressor replacing the current one that was built in 1974. EXTENSION OF THE BAG BELT: $200,000 This bag belt extension will assist Cape Air and any incoming airline to the right of The Cape Air desk with moving luggage that will also allow it to be screened for explosive detection. Part of this cost is the reconstruction to make way for the bag belt extension. FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM FOR FUEL FARM: $70,000 This fire suppression system is located where the delivery trucks unload the fuels for the airport. This system is currently manual and would require someone to pull the control to activate the fire suppression system. These funds would refit the farm to make this system automatic with faster and safer response time. FUEL FARM PIPING REPLACEMENT: $436,100 This request is to remove rusting Jet A and Av Gas piping and replace with new 4 inch stainless steel piping. This amount also would include replacement of the Jet A fuel pump replacement. PAINT AND BEADS AND RUBBER MARKINGS REMOVAL: $176,000 This is the first year of a multi-year plan to ensure that the airfield markings meet FAA regulations. During airport inspections by the FAA, there is a great amount of attention spent on approving the markings for example paint height and bead (reflective material in the paint) dispersal. AIRPORT FACILITY UPGRADES AND IMPROVEMENTS: $52,000 There are 3 specific items that make out this request. 1. Lights on centerline and touchdown zone for $25,000. The Airport needs new lights to replace the current ones that are 20 years old. The Airport rehabs old light and reinstalls where they can and when they have supplies. 2. Replace an older podium at the Jet Blue gate with a new one that matches the others and add an additional one where needed for $15,000. 3. Repave a section of the internal roadway traveled by maintenance and emergency personnel for $12,000. The roadway has a significant dip in it where settling occurred and is graveled. 5-YEAR CIP EA/EIR PERMITTING: $450,000 This is an environmental project required as part of an Airport Capital Improvement Plan which is required by the FAA. Every five years the Airport is required to submit its Environmental Impact Report to the FAA. This request is initially funded by the town, but is reimbursed 90% by the FAA AIP or Airport Improvement Program grant and 5% by the state. ALP UPDATE AND SMS AND NARRATIVE: $250,000 This A.L.P. (Airport Layout Plan) would consist of pavement projects that the FAA is standardizing across the country. For example edges of pavement of taxiways and runways, taxiway/runway geometry, improving intersections and visual safety measures. This request is also 90% FAA and 5% state funded with a reimbursement. RECONSTRUCT APRON AREA 3/REPLACE FENCE: $2,000,000 This project will reconstruct Apron 3 which is the area where the larger JetBlue, American, etc. airlines load, unload and taxi. Back during the last resurfacing, there was no consideration of the possibility that larger, heavier planes would be traveling over these thinner layers. There are enormous grooves where the larger airlines taxi. Other smaller planes also travel these same taxiways and the pavement needs to be reconstructed to handle todays mixed fleet. Included also is replacement of 5,500 ft. of perimeter fencing. This is the 3rd of three requests to qualify for 90% FAA and 5% state reimbursement. OUR ISLAND HOME DRAFT MITIGATION AND MANAGEMENT: REQUESTED - $343,500 RECOMMENDED - $150,000 There was a lot of discussion on this request as the future fate of the building and its use to the Town is unknown. What we do know is that we must do something to mitigate the cold air infiltration. Without re-shingling and trimming out the exterior, we have recommended a focus on any sort of draft control with windows, doors, vents, etc. with a special focus to the north side. OIH KITCHEN RENOVATION AND LAUNDRY: $200,000 This request is for the replacement of two industrial washers and two industrial dryers. On the kitchen side there is a stove that needs to be replaced and some tile work that they could be cited for with a DHS inspection. These are requests that the town could relocate to a new facility if it came to that. SEWER UPGRADE WASTEWATER LAB: $30,000 This lab has not been upgraded since 2009 and this request is to bring the lab into compliance with MA regulations. This funding will now come out of the operating fund. PUMP STATION UPGRADES: $100,000 This request will address deficiencies in the 13 pump stations. FORCE MAIN ASSESSMENT AND INSPECTIONS: $500,000 During the design of the Sea St. pump station, engineers identified the need to evaluate the 2 force mains leaving the Sea Street pump station that move sewage to the Surfside WWTP. The funds would hire the engineer to evaluate and design the new arrangement. These force mains were last lined in the 80’s and one is not even lined. The $2,500,000 for 2019 would fund the construction. CAPACITY, MAINTENANCE, OPS, MANAGEMENT (CMOM): $1,750,000 The CMOM evaluation report is being required of all sewer systems in the state by MA DEP. There was also an Administrative Consent Order issued to the town by the EPA this past October. There are strict deadlines to show progress on this document. In a year the report must be submitted to MA DEP and EPA. Beginning March 31st, 2017, all towns will be required annually to submit their CMOM document detailing repairs, actions and upgrades during the prior calendar year. GENERATOR REPLACEMENT: $54,700 This request specifically is for a generator in Monomoy that is in need of replacement. Like the old generator being replaced, the new one will be towable, but will be upgraded from a 20Kw to a 25Kw unit. TANKER TRUCK REPLACEMENT: $250,000 This request is to replace the chassis on the tanker truck. All the equipment on the truck is in great shape. SCONSET COLLECTION SYSTEM EVALUATION: $695,000 The Sconset collection system has not had an evaluation in recent history. This system is in dire need of an evaluation and there are numerous areas where piping was unknown. There continues to be on-going issues with breaks and the entire sewer layout. This first step would be the hiring of a consultant to map and evaluate Sconset Sewer. This would produce a current layout to where we could better address the Sconset needs and priorities. TOWN WATER MAIN TO PLANT/HOUSING: $250,000 The committee initially felt running town water all the way down for the housing was excessive, but the reasons for recommending this are valid. The current well is 30 years old. This request would extend Town water from Correira Lane down to Surfside WWTF. This would qualify the lab to be certified and would allow the plant to conduct its own water testing instead of having to send it off island. Over time the Town could recoup costs from betterments. FLORA ST. MANHOLE REPLACEMENT: $100,000 The sewer main and manholes have been damaged by significant tree roots. The sewer main has already been replaced and these manholes, installed in the 1950’s, were targeted as in need of replacement. FARMER ST. SEWER MAIN AND MANHOLE REPLACEMENT: $100,000 The sewer main has failed and the manhole has collapsed. FIBER LINES TO PLANT: $75,000 This request is to run fiber optic lines to the plant to provide connectivity to the Town computer network. SOLID WASTE REPAIRS/REPLACEMENTS: $50,000 This request covers much needed repairs to the conveyer used in sorting recyclables. It is currently unreliable and delays the constant arrival of recyclables to the facility. Also included in this request are repairs to the cardboard baler. Again, this piece of equipment needs to be operational to meet the demands of processing the cardboard that arrives at the facility. We own the MRF building and are responsible for repairs and maintenance associated with it. LANDFILL MINING: $700,000 The previous mining contract was completed in 2014. This will continue the mining of the existing landfill creating new volume and protecting our environment from contamination of the unlined fill. SIASCONSET WATER WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT: $2,340,250 This request proposes to replace water mains on Baxter Rd., Butterfly Lane and Emily Street. The funds will also address in need service lands and valves. HYDRANT REPLACEMENT: $175,000 Many of the fire hydrants around the island are 30-40 years old and need replacing. The second phase is already under way and this would be the final phase. This phase would replace about 35 hydrants. WANNACOMET WATER WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT: $2,420,635 This request continues replacement of the aging mains. The streets on this list are Prospect Street, Mount Vernon Street, Joy Street and West York Lane. Funding (This needs attention when we conclude on a final CPC approved/recommended budget) Specific Policies & Procedure Implementation Suggestions The Finance Department does a terrific job with compilation, organizing, creation of fixed asset data bases, dissemination of assets as to type and placing within applicable software for ease of use. The Finance Department in conjunction with Department Heads, Town Management and Board of Selectmen are clearly following procedures laid out under section 4.2 “Annual Capital Budget Process Policy of the Town of Nantucket’s Financial Policies and Procedures. Currently our 10 Year Capital Budget has some critical flaws:  Some budget requests do not have accurate or any evidence that supports the financial request.  Some requests are for recurring equipment and or supplies that should be an operational expense.  Some requests are budgeted at $50,000.00 without evidence that validates said line item costs.  Some Departments heads do not provide any financial backup that supports said line items.  Some basic requested information is either not provided or not entered.  Future years total capital requests have large variations in total line items and dollars requested for said line items. (see attached Memo, dated November 28, 2016 with accompanied Excel spreadsheet).  The Capital Program Committee would suggest that a few additional questions be answered as part of each line item submission in order to expedite deliberation, i.e.: a. Does the new and or replacement capital expenditure require additional EFT? If so Department Manager needs to note within request while linked with operational budget expenditures to include all wage and benefits. These joint expenditures can only be approved in tandem. b. Can this service and or equipment requested be completed by an outside of the Town company or rental piece of equipment. If so then state/validate why the Department Manager is advises us why this does not make financial sense. c. To the best of the Department Manager’s knowledge was this capital request made in past years and received a negative recommendation and therefor was not purchased. Department Manager should state reason for change. d. If current pricing has changed more than 10% from its inclusion the year before why?     The 2016 Capital Program Committee (CPC) consists of: Christy Kickham, Committee Chair, At Large Peter McEachern, Vice Chair and Finance Committee Representative Richard Hussey, Secretary, At Large Peter Kaizer, At Large James Kelly, Board of Selectmen Representative Nat Lowell, Nantucket Planning Board & Economic Development Commission Stephen Welch, At Large   Town Admin Capital Recommendations for FY 18  Updated as of December 19, 2016 Dept Item Submitted Amount Funding Source Comments Police Replace Dispatch Equipment 930,150$                    Free Cash Subtotal Police 930,150$                      Fire Department Replace Ambulance #2 279,000$                     Ambulance Reserve Fund Fire Department ALS Equipment for Ambulance 50,000$                      Ambulance Reserve Fund Subtotal Fire 329,000$                      Facilities Tom Nevers Playground Equipment 100,000$                    Capital From Operating Budget Subtotal Facilities 100,000$                      DPW Pick‐Up Truck with Plow 60,000$                       Capital From Operating Budget DPW One Ton Dump Truck with Plow 75,000$                       Capital From Operating Budget DPW Grader 200,000$                     Free Cash DPW Leaf/Rubbish Vacuum Truck 100,000$                     Free Cash DPW Mowing Equipment 50,000$                       Free Cash DPW Sconset Flagpole Monument 150,000$                    Free Cash/CPC Funds Subtotal DPW 635,000$                      IT/GIS Desktops, Printers Replacement 50,000$                       Free Cash IT/GIS GIS Digital Image Updates 300,000$                    Free Cash  Subtotal IT/GIS 350,000$                      Transportation Sidewalk Improvement Plan 500,000$                     Free Cash Transportation Surfside Area Roads Reconstruction 1,000,000$                  Sale of Real Estate Transportation Road Improvements/Maintenance ‐ Island Wide 900,000$                     Sale of Real  Estate and Tax Levy Transportation Old South Rd/Fairgrounds Rotary 150,000$                     Free Cash Transportation Old South Rd Bike Path Maintenance 75,000$                       Free Cash Transportation Stormwater Improvements 500,000$                    Free Cash Subtotal Transportation 3,125,000$                   School NPS Building Improvements 300,000$                     Free Cash School Paving at NHS/CPS 300,000$                     Free Cash School NHS/CPS HVAC Upgrade 450,000$                     Free Cash School Backus Lane Playground & Field Improvements 375,000$                    Capital From Operating Budget Subtotal School 1,425,000$                   Our Island Home Design for New Facility 37,500,000$               GF ‐ Debt Exclusion Subtotal Our Island Home 37,500,000$                 TOTAL GF ITEMS 44,394,150$                 TOTAL GF ITEMS LESS Sewer & OIH 6,894,150$                   Proceeds from Real Estate Sales 1,600,000$                   Prior Year Capital Article Reappropriations 46,051$                        Free Cash*3,836,099$                   CPC Funds 45,000$                        Capital from Operating Budget 738,000$                      Tax Levy 300,000$                      Ambulance Reserve 329,000$                      Total other funding sources 6,894,150$                  Items left to fund (0)$                                 *Total Free Cash certified = $6,642,219 GENERAL FUND Town Admin Capital Recommendations for FY 18  Updated as of December 19, 2016 Department Item Submitted Amount Funding Source Comments Airport Reconstruct Apron Area 3/Replace Fence 2,200,000$                  AP/Grants Aiport Share = $110,000 Airport 5 Year CIP EA/EIR Permitting 450,000$                     AP/Grants Aiport Share = $22,500 Airport ALP Update and SMS Narrative 250,000$                     AP/Grants Airport Share = $12,500 Airport Airport Equipment and Vehicles 198,000$                     AP Airport Extension of Bag Belt 200,000$                     AP Airport Fire Surpression for Fuel Farm 70,000$                       AP Airport Fuel Farm Piping Replacement 436,100$                     AP Airport Paint and Beads & Rubber & Markings 176,000$                     AP Airport Airport Facility Upgrades 52,000$                      AP Subtotal Airport 4,032,100$                   Our Island Home Exterior Trim and Side Wall 150,000$                     OIH Retained Earnings Our Island Home Kitchen Renovation and Laundry 200,000$                    OIH Retained Earnings Subtotal Our Island Home 350,000$                      Sewer Upgrade Wastewater Lab 30,000$                       SEF Sewer Pump Station Upgrades 100,000$                     SEF Sewer Force Main Assessment and Inspections 500,000$                     SEF Sewer CMOM (Capacity/Maint?OPS/Management 1,750,000$                  SEF Sewer Generator Replacement 54,700$                       SEF Sewer Tanker Truck Replacement 250,000$                     SEF Sewer Sconset Collections System Evaluation 693,000$                     SEF Sewer Town Water Main to Plant and Housing 250,000$                     SEF Sewer Flora Street Manholes 100,000$                     SEF Sewer Farmer Street Main and Manhole Replacement 100,000$                     SEF Sewer Fiber Lines to Plant 75,000$                      SEF Subtotal Sewer 3,902,700$                   Sconset Water Water Main Replacement 2,340,250$                 Sconset Subtotal Sconset 2,340,250$                   Solid Waste Continuation of Landfill Mining (7th Year) 700,000$                     GF Solid Waste Repairs and Replacements 50,000$                      SWEF Subtotal Solid Waste 750,000$                      Wannacomet Hydrant Replacement 175,000$                     WWCO Wannacomet Water Main Replacement 2,420,635$                 WWCO Subtotal WWCO 2,595,635$                   SUBTOTALL ALL EF Less other funding sources*13,970,685$                 TOTAL EF (3,455,000)$                 *AP Grants = $2,755,000; SWEF = $700,000 from GF 10,515,685$                 Tier 1: Items that are critical or are about to be; or can be at least partly reimbursed; or are of a public safety nature Tier 2: Items that will be critical or necessary or beneficial to the public; but which could be deferred  Tier 3: Items of benefit but which are not critical in nature  Other consideraƟon criteria: ability of Town to maintain addiƟonal infrastructure; condiƟon of current infrastructure/equipment; whether or not the itemis mandated ENTERPRISE FUNDS