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MOWING TRACTOR MOWING TRACTOR MOWING TRACTOR MOWING TRACTOR MOWING TRACTOR MOWING TRACTOR MOWING TRACTOR BALLFIELD GROOMER TRAILER TRAILER PICKUP TRAILER TRAILER PICKUP MOWING TRACTOR PICKUP BALLFIELD GROOMER TRAILER TRAILER TRAILER TRAILER MOWING TRACTOR DUMP TRUCK PICKUP PICKUP PICKUP PICKUP PICKUP PICKUP BALLFIELD GROOMER MOWING TRACTOR PICKUP SMALL EQUIPMENT MOWING TRACTOR PICKUP PICKUP TRAILER TRUCK SMALL EQUIPMENT TRAILER PICKUP

2008 TORO 328-D 2008 TORO 328-D 1999 TORO 6' CUT 2003 TORO Z257 52" CUT 2006 TORO GROUNDSMASTER 4500D 10' CUT 1997 TORO GROUNDSMASTER 6' CUT 2000 TORO GROUNDSMASTER 6' CUT 2002 HONDA-KROMER ATHL. FIELD MAINTAINER 1996 TRAILER FOR KROMER 2003 BELMONT TRAILER 2010 TRUCK 1500 GREEN 2010 BELMONT GOOSENECK 20' 2010 BELMONT GOOSENECK 24' 1999 CHEVY 1/2 TON 2010 TORO GROUNDSMASTER 1999 CHEVY FL 4X4 1996 KROMER ATHLETIC FIELD MAINTAINER 2002 TRAILER FOR KROMER 1998 PEQUEA EQUIPMENT TRAILER 2000 PEQUEA EQUIPMENT TRAILER 1981 MGS EQUIPMENT TRAILER 2001 TORO GROUNDSMASTER 6' CUT 2001 FORD F-350 DUMP 2003 CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4 2003 CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4 2004 CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4 1500 2004 CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4 2500 2006 CHEVY 2500 4X4 2006 CHEVY 3500 4X4 DUALLY INFIELD PRO 2007 GROUNDSMASTER 4100-D 2007 CHEVY SILVERADO 4X4 2500 SOD CUTTER 2009 TORO 328-D GROUNDSMASTER 2009 CHEVY 1500 PICKUP GREEN 2009 GMC 3500 GREEN DUMP 2011 INFIELD PRO TRAILER 2011 GMC SIERRA 2010 DOOSAN VIBRO PLATE BX-12WH 2012 BELMONT #DO920-10 24' 2012 GMC SIERRA PICKUP 8' BED

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#200 #227

UTLITY TRUCK MOWER

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CORN CRIB - EAST ELEVATION

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#226 #234

UTILITY VEHICLE MOWER

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FOGLEMAN FIELD COMPLEX

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#195 #225

UTILITY TRUCK MOWER

1996 HAULMASTER 2011 TORO 360

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PARK MAINTENANCE & STORAGE FACILITY CODE SUMMARY

PARK MAINTENANCE & STORAGE FACILITY PROGRAM

INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) 2009 COG CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 40-B1

CHAPTER 3 - OCCUPANCY CLASS •

NON-SEPARATED MIXED USE BUSINESS (B) & STORAGE (S-1)

CHAPTER 5 - ALLOWABLE HEIGHTS & AREAS • •

(B) TYPE VB - 2 LEVELS @ 9,000 SF EACH (S-1) TYPE VB - 1 LEVEL @ 9,000 SF EACH

CHAPTER 5 - MIXED USE & OCCUPANCY •

(B) & (S-1) NON-SPRINKLERED - NO SEPARATION REQUIRED

OFFICE (1,800 SF) • • • • • • • •

3 OFFICES 1 ASSISTANT AREA 1 MEETING ROOM 1 RESOURCE LIBRARY / WORKROOM 2 RESTROOMS 1 LUNCH ROOM / EMPLOYEE LOCKERS MECHANICAL ROOM CIRCULATION

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1,800 SF

CHAPTER 6 - TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION (FIRE-RESISTANCE RATINGS) •

TYPE VB PRIMARY STRUCTURAL FRAME - 0 HR EXTERIOR BEARING WALL - 0 HR INTERIOR BEARING WALL - 0 HR EXTERIOR NON-BEARING WALL - 0 HR INTERIOR NON-BEARING WALL - 0 HR FLOOR CONSTRUCTION - 0 HR ROOF CONSTRUCTION - 0 HR

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3 BAYS (APPROX. 30' DEEP TO INCLUDE WORKBENCH @ PERIMETER) WASH BAY @ 200 SF (EXTERIOR AREA)

600 SF EACH 200 SF (EXTERIOR AREA)

STORAGE (4,400 SF) • •

CHAPTER 9 - FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS •

MAINTENANCE (1,800 SF)

NO AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM REQUIRED IF MAINTENANCE AREA DOES NOT EXCEED 5,000 SF (903.2.9.1-4)

WAREHOUSE - HEATED HERBICIDE STORAGE ROOM

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6,200 SF

CHAPTER 10 - OCCUPANT LOAD • • •

BUSINESS (B) - 1 PER 100 GSF INDUSTRIAL AREAS - 1 PER 100 GSF WAREHOUSES - 1 PER 500 GSF

1,800 SF / 100 = 18 OCCUPANTS 1,800 SF / 100 = 18 OCCUPANTS 4,400 SF / 500 = 9 OCCUPANTS

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COG CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 40-B2 STORAGE •

EQUIPMENT SHEDS - UNHEATED

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WHITEHALL ROAD - SITE SUMMARY

ZONING - RURAL AGRICULTURAL (RA) DISTRICT

MUNICIPALITY: FERGUSON TWP

§27-301. Rural Agricultural (RA) District.

TAX ID#: PARCEL 1: 24-004-,094G, 0000- (75 ACRES) PARCEL 2: 24-004-,093A, 0000- (25 ACRES)

1. Intent. It is the intent of the Rural Agricultural District: A. To retain the pastoral nature of the district. B. To encourage the preservation of agriculture as the most suitable use in rural areas. C. To limit development to those uses that are compatible with the agricultural environment. D. To prevent the extension across farmland of public utilities with costly use fees. E. To preserve the quality soils for crop and pasture use by limiting the conversion of prime cropland to nonagricultural uses.

ZONING CLASSIFICATION: RURAL AGRICULTURE (RA) MAXIMUM LOT COVERAGE: 30% YARD SETBACKS: 50 FEET (FRONT), 50 FEET (SIDE), 50 FEET (REAR) MAXIMUM HEIGHT: 40 FEET MAXIMUM BUILDING COVERAGE: 10% MISCELLANEOUS NOTES: • NOT IN 100 YR FLOOD PLAIN • 3 TO 8% SLOPE THROUGHOUT SITE • DRAINAGE CLASS: WELL DRAINED

WHITEHALL ROAD - UTILITY SUMMARY ELECTRICITY - WEST PENN POWER • CURRENT SERVICE ASSUMED ALONG SOUTH SIDE OF WHITEHALL ROAD. CLOSETST POLE IS AT 1121 W. WHITEHALL ROAD (ABOUT 1500 FT FROM PARCEL).* GAS - COLUMBIA GAS • CURRENT MAIN LINE RUNS ALONG WHITEHALL ROAD, HOWEVER IT IS A HIGH PRESSURE LINE.* WATER - STATE COLLEGE BOROUGH WATER AUTHORITY • CURRENTLY NO SERVICE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF WHITEHALL ROAD, HOWEVER PROPOSAL IN PLACE FOR EXTENSION UNDER WHITEHALL ROAD AT BLUE COURSE DRIVE.* SANITARY - UNIVERSITY AREA JOINT AUTHORITY • CURRENT SERVICE RUNS ALONG BLUE COURSE DRIVE, HOWEVER IT TERMINATES AT INTERSECTION WITH WHITEHALL ROAD.* TELEPHONE & INTERNET - VERIZON • NO SERVICE CURRENTLY AT PROJECT SITE.* CABLE - COMCAST • CURRENT SERVICE EXISTS ALONG WHITEHALL ROAD BUT DOES NOT CONTINUE TO INTERSECTION WITH BLUE COURSE DRIVE.*

2. District Regulations. Only the uses listed below shall he permitted in the Rural Agricultural District. A. All uses must conform to the lot, yard setback and maximum height regulations stipulated herein, as well as other appropriate requirements of this Chapter; provided, that more than one permitted use shall be allowed on a lot without increasing the minimum lot size. B. All non-agricultural uses (Primary Uses 5-17) should be located so as to minimize conversion of Class I, II, and III soils to non-farm uses and to minimize the impact on adjacent farm operations. All development applications shall provide soil information at sufficient detail to accurately determine the impact to prime agricultural soils in the area. 3. Primary Uses 1 through 17. All of these uses shall be restricted, as a group, to a rate of one for each 50 acres described in a single deed whether or not such uses are proposed to be subdivided from the parcel. However, the original parcel must at all times retain a minimum of 50 acres in Primary Use 1, 2, 3, or 4 or any combination thereof. 4. Primary Use 5 Regulations. In addition to the lot requirements, yard setback requirements and maximum height requirement, the following additional regulations shall apply to any Permitted Primary Use 5 use: A. No more than a single one lot subdivision with Use 5 identified as the primary use maybe granted on a RA Zoning District lot that exists as of the date of the enactment of this subsection. An RA Zoning District lot shall be defined as a lot having at least 50 acres described in a single deed. B. In the RA Zoning District, parking spaces for any Primary Use 5 shall be constructed of gravel until such time as the required parking exceeds 25 parking spaces. At that time, all parking spaces shall be paved.

. Primary Uses 1. The tilling of the land, the raising and selling of crops, fruits and vegetables and the raising, keeping and selling of livestock and poultry. 2. Forestry uses 3. Usual farm structures, including barns, greenhouses and single and two family dwellings not to exceed three dwelling units on any single farm parcel. 4. Horticultural uses related to the raising, propagating and selling of trees, shrubs, flowers, fruits, vegetables and other plant materials. 5. Establishments for the raising, processing, storage, sales and/or service of farm products, supplies or commodities. 6. One single-family detached dwelling (for every 50 acres of a Primary Use - as determined and calculated before the subdivision). 7. Communication Towers 8. [Reserved] 9. Churches and other places of worship, parish houses and convents 10. U.S. Post Offce Subdivision 10A. Kennels 10B. Pet Care Facilities 10C. Veterinary Office/Clinic 10D. Group Home Accessory Uses 11. Home occupations 12. No Impact Home Based Business 13. Customary uses accessory to the above; essential 14. Group child care homes as a conditional use accessory to a residence if the requirements of 27-204.E.2 are satisfied. 15. Child Care Center, accessory to an office building, a church or a structure which is part of the church facility if the requirements of 27-204.E(3) are satisfied. 16. Bed and Breakfast having one to three rooms as an accessory use to an owner occupied single-family dwelling unit, subject to the requirements of 27-204.X. 17. Bed and Breakfast having four to ten rooms as an accessory use to an owner-occupied single-family dwelling unit, subject to the requirements of 27-204.X. Uses By Special Exception 18. Mining and Quarrying Conditional Uses 19. Air Quality Learning Centers, in accordance with requirements of 27-204.AA. 20. Public Recreation Areas 21. Golf courses

5. Single-Family Dwellings in Existence on Lots under 50 Acres. Lots which were developed for residential use in the RA zone prior to (the date of enactment of this amendment) may incorporate Primary Uses 1 or 2 on their existing property with the exclusion of the raising, keeping, and selling of livestock or poultry. (Ord. 224, 3/15/1981, §301; as amended by Ord. 744, 11/1/1999, §1; by Ord. 781, 10/1/2001, §2; and by Ord. 865, 8/7/2006, §2)

*PER THE FERGUSON TOWNSHIP APPROVED SUBDIVISION PLAN FOR THIS DEVELOPMENT, ALL UTILITIES NOTED ABOVE TO BE PROVIDED TO THE PARK BOUNDARY BY THE ADJOINING PROPERTY DEVELOPER.

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PARK CREST LANE - SITE SUMMARY MUNICIPALITY: FERGUSON TWP TAX ID#: PARCEL 1: 24-012-,033-,0000ZONING CLASSIFICATION: RESIDENTIAL (R-3) MAXIMUM LOT COVERAGE: 10% MAXIMUM IMPERVIOUS COVERAGE: 30% YARD SETBACKS: 50 FEET (FRONT), 50 FEET (SIDE), 75 FEET (REAR) MAXIMUM HEIGHT: 40 FEET MISCELLANEOUS NOTES: • NOT IN 100 YR FLOOD PLAIN • 3 TO 8% SLOPE THROUGHOUT SITE • DRAINAGE CLASS: WELL DRAINED

PARK CREST LANE - UTILITY SUMMARY ELECTRICITY - WEST PENN POWER • CURRENT SERVICE POLE ASSUMED TO BE WITHIN 30 FEET OF SITE. GAS - COLUMBIA GAS • CURRENT MAIN LINE RUNS ALONG MARTIN STREET AND BRANCHES DOWN PARK CREST LANE; MIGHT OCCUR ON SOUTH SIDE OF ROAD. WATER - STATE COLLEGE BOROUGH WATER AUTHORITY • CURRENTLY SERVICE RUNS TO END OF PUBLIC WAY ON PARK CREST LANE ALONG THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE STREET. SANITARY - UNIVERSITY AREA JOINT AUTHORITY • CURRENT SERVICE RUNS TO HOUSE ON PROPERTY; ASSUMED TO TIE INTO LOOP SERVICE AROUND PARK CREST TERRACE APARTMENTS. TELEPHONE & INTERNET - VERIZON • PHONE AND DSL SERVICE AVAILABLE IN AREA - 3 MB DOWNLOAD CABLE - COMCAST • NO CURRENT SERVICE ALONG PARK CREST LANE; ACTIVE ACCOUNTS IN PARK CREST TERRACE APARTMENTS.

ZONING - RESIDENTIAL (R-3) DISTRICT §27-403. Townhouse Residential (R-3) District. 1. Intent. It is the intent of the Townhouse Residential District to promote the following: A. To provide for medium density housing in appropriate locations and to permit limited uses appropriate to residential neighborhoods. B. To protect residential areas from changes and intrusions which may cause deterioration. C. To meet minimum standards of health and safety by protecting against hazards and nuisances. D. To provide for adequate daylight, ventilation, quiet, privacy and recreational opportunity. E. To prevent congestion and the overcrowding of land caused by excessive densities. F. To provide for low and moderate income housing. G. To promote diversity of housing types and character. 2. District Regulations. Only the uses listed below shall be permitted in the Townhouse Residential District. All uses must conform to the lot, yard setback and maximum height regulations stipulated herein, as well as other appropriate requirements of this Chapter. All uses shall have public sewer and public water service. Primary Uses 1. Two family detached dwellings 2. Single-family semi-detached (two dwelling units) 3. Single-family attached dwellings (three or more dwelling units) 4. Two family semi-detached dwellings (4 dwelling units) 5. Public Recreation Areas 6. Churches and other places of worship, parish houses and convents 7. Public and private nursery, kindergarten, elementary and secondary schools 8. Nursing and other convalescent homes 9. Personal Care Boarding Homes 10. Forestry Uses 11. Zero lot line single-family detached dwellings, one dwelling per lot, direct access prohibited on arterial/collector streets. 12. Single-family detached dwellings, multiple buildings on a single lot developed as unified development. 13. Child care center 13A. Group home 13B. Community Gardens Accessory Uses 14. Home occupations 15. No Impact Home Based Business 16. Customary uses accessory to the above; essential services 17. Model homes, subject to approval as a conditional use. 18. Family child care homes, if the requirements of 27-204.E(1) are satisfied. 19. Child care center, accessory to an office building, a church, or a structure which is part of the church facility if the requirements of 27-204.E(3) are satisfied. Conditional Uses 1. Private Recreation Areas

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CONCLUSIONS • LAND AVAILABILITY HAS GREATER OPPORTUNITY AND FLEXIBILITY AT WHITEHALL ROAD.

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ADJACENT LAND USES ARE A CONCERN AT THE PARK CREST FARM WITH RESPECT TO THE ADJACENT HIGH DENSITY STUDENT HOUSING AND IN THE CONTEXT OF THE HISTORIC FARMSTEAD.

BOTH SITES NEED TO BE FURTHER CLARIFIED WITH RESPECT TO PERMITTED USE OF A REGIONAL MAINTENANCE FACILITY WITHIN THE DESIGNATION AS PUBLIC RECREATION AREA.

THE LAND AT PARK CREST FARM IS A LEASED PROPERTY AT IS NOT OWNED BY THE PARTICIPATING MUNICIPALITY.

THE PHYSICAL FACTORS ARE RELATIVELY BALANCED BETWEEN THE TWO PROSPECTIVE SITES, AND BOTH OFFER OPTIMUM ORIENTATION.

WITH RESPECT TO TOPOGRAPHY, BOTH SITES SEEM WELL-SUITED, HOWEVER THE CONFIGURATION OF AVAILABLE LAND AT PARK CREST FARM IS VERY LIMITING.

SITE UTILITY DEVELOPMENT COSTS ARE GREATER AT WHITEHALL ROAD DUE TO LACK OF PROXIMITY TO EXISTING AND PROPOSED UTILITIES.

GIVEN THE ADVANTAGES INDICATED FOR THE WHITEHALL ROAD SITE AND THE DISADVANTAGES OF THE PARK CREST FARM SITE, RESPECTIVELY, THE MORE APPROPRIATE SITE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A REGIONAL PARKS MAINTENANCE FACILITY IS AT THE WHITEHALL ROAD REGIONAL PARK.

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STATE COLLEGE BOROUGH PUBLIC WORKS FACILITY PROPOSED SCHEDULE FOR MASTERPLAN WORK TO OCCUR @ STATE COLLEGE BOROUGH PUBLIC WORKS FACILITY (AS OF JULY 2012): OCT. 2012 - SELECT ARCHITECT JAN. 2013 - PRELIMINARY DESIGN FEB. 2013 - CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE JUNE 2013 - FINAL DESIGN JULY 2013 - PROJECT BID SEPT. 2013 - PROJECT AWARD NOV. 15, 2013 - CONSTRUCTION BEGINS NOV. 2014 - SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

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ANALYSIS SUMMARY

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OFFICE

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OFFICE

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OPTION 3 - PLAN

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COST ESTIMATE

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Parks Maint. STUDY - Central Facility Report  

Site evaluation & feasibilty study prepared by APArchitects LLC, Boalsburg. Final Report dated 13 Aug 2012 (Rev.)

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