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Exhibit MSD 1 - MSD Rate Change Proposal Document METROPOLITAN ST. LOUIS SEWER DISTRICT MARCH 4, 2019 INTRODUCTION The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) was formed on February 9, 1954, when voters approved the Plan of the District to provide a metropolitan-wide system of wastewater treatment and sewerage facilities for the collection, treatment and disposal of sewage. MSD began operations in January 1956 in an area roughly composed of the City of St. Louis and the portion of St. Louis County located east of Interstate 270. It took over the publicly-owned wastewater and stormwater drainage facilities within its jurisdiction and began the construction of an extensive system of collector and interceptor sewers and treatment facilities. Most of the remainder of St. Louis County was annexed by MSD in 1977. MSD’s Rate Commission was established in 2000. The Commission consists of 15 member organizations that represent a broad cross-section of the customers and community MSD serves. The Commission’s purpose is to provide public input into how MSD sets its rates. The Commission is required by Charter to review all Rate Change Proposals (Rate Proposal(s)) and render an opinion before submitting Rate Proposals to the Board of Trustees for approval. The Rate Commission process includes multiple public hearings throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area where MSD customers have an opportunity to provide feedback on the Rate Proposal. The entire Rate Commission proceedings may take up to 165 days from the date the District submits a Rate Proposal for consideration. All Rate Commission meetings are open to the public. The date, time and location of Rate Commission meetings are posted on the MSD website. MSD’s Rate Proposal is the product of the District and is based on the strategic and financial implications of its regulatory defined Wastewater (WW) service obligations to the St. Louis region. The District’s development of its Rate Proposal reflects consultative and analytical assistance from Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc. (Raftelis). Raftelis Financial Consultants Inc. (Raftelis) Raftelis is a financial consulting firm specializing in rate design, financial planning, and bond feasibility studies for water, wastewater and stormwater utilities. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, Raftelis has offices in seventeen cities throughout the United States. Raftelis conducted a comprehensive analysis of the District’s current and projected funding needs. Based on this analysis, Raftelis designed the wastewater rates funding approach contained in the District’s Rate Proposal. Raftelis will also assist the District in articulating the complexities underlying its proposed rates and analyze alternative rate designs and Rate Proposals as presented during the Rate Commission’s review. Raftelis developed the WW rates contained in the Rate Proposal based on industry standard rate design methods. The Proposed rates were calculated using a Raftelis developed rate model customized for the District’s unique needs. A flash drive containing this model is included as part of the Rate Proposal. Raftelis has served as the District’s Rate Consultant since 2012 and prior to that served as Rate Consultant to the Rate Commission in the 2007, 2008, and 2011 Rate Change Proceedings. PFM Financial Advisors LLC (PFM) The PFM Group, including PFM Financial Advisors LLC. (PFM) and its affiliates, is a national leader in providing independent financial advice as well as investment advisory, management and consulting services to local, state, and regional government and nonprofit clients. Headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as of December 2018, the PFM Group has 37 locations worldwide. Nine of these offices are located in the Midwest, including an office in St. Louis. PFM has served as the District’s financial advisor since 2000, advising on all aspects of District debt policy development, financial planning, debt transaction management—including credit structure development and credit ratings presentations—and on-going debt monitoring. PFM worked with the District to develop a financial plan in consideration of this Rate Proposal to the Rate Commission. The financial plan recommends senior lien debt issuance levels designed with the objective to maintain credit ratings metrics consistent with strong credit ratings and in consideration of the District’s operational and capital funding needs. RATE PROPOSAL ORGANIZATION Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL P.O.- 1 RATE PROPOSAL ORGANIZATION The Rate Proposal is organized into nine Sections outlined below. Rate Proposal Sections: Section 1 Abbreviations and Acronyms Section 2 Rate Table & Figure Index Section 3 Executive Summary Section 4 Proposed Wastewater Rates Section 5 Customer Rate Impact Section 6 Alternative Proposed Wastewater Rates Section 7 Appendices Section 8 Glossary Section 9 Index Flash Drive – A flash drive accompanies the Rate Proposal to provide easier accessibility to this document. It also contains the District’s Direct Testimony, Raftelis rate design model used by the District and supplemental exhibits anticipated to be used during the Commission’s review. A summary of each section follows: SECTION 1 – Abbreviations and Acronyms This section contains a list of definitions of the abbreviations and acronyms frequently used in the Rate Proposal. SECTION 2 – Rate Table & Figure Index This section contains a listing of all the numeric tables and graphs. SECTION 3 -- Executive Summary This section provides an overview of the proposed WW rates presented in this Rate Proposal. This section also outlines the basic construct and foundational assumptions underlying the District’s rate change request including the impact on its customers. RATE PROPOSAL ORGANIZATION Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL P.O.- 2 SECTION 4 -- Proposed Wastewater Rates This section provides the details of the District’s proposed change in its WW rates. The District proposes the use of a combination of issuing additional revenue bonds and increasing WW user charges to fund its WW operating and maintenance costs (O&M) as well as EPA Consent Decree (CD) requirements and other regulatory requirements. The CD mandates the implementation of a multi-decade Capital Improvement and Replacement Program (CIRP). The Rate Proposal reflects capital projects and related O&M needed over the next 4 years to comply with the CD. The explanation and basis for the proposed WW funding, its underlying assumptions, resulting rates and impact on MSD customers are contained in this Section. Additional detail supporting the assumptions used to design the proposed change in WW rates may be found in the Appendices in Section 7. SECTION 5 – Customer Rate Impact This section provides information on the impacts of the proposed rate adjustments on typical residential, commercial and industrial customers of the District. SECTION 6 – Alternative Proposed Wastewater Rates This section provides information on an alternative rate scenario in the event the District’s voters do not authorize new bonds. If voters reject the District’s proposed revenue bond authorization, the District will need to finance its major capital improvement program on a 100% PAYGO basis. In recognition of this possibility, financial analyses identical to those presented earlier in this proposal were used to reflect the impact of rates without the benefits of additional bond authorization. SECTION 7 -- Appendices This section contains appendices providing additional detail underlying the key assumptions used in the District’s rate design. SECTION 8 – Glossary SECTION 9 - Index SECTION 1 – ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Abbreviations and Acronyms- 1 ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS The following is a list of abbreviations and acronyms used through the Rate Proposal. Additional definitions are contained in the Rate Proposal Glossary in Section 8. AWWA American Water Works Association AWWARF American Water Works Association Research Foundation Board Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Board of Trustees BOD Biochemical Oxygen Demand Ccf Hundred (100) cubic feet (about 748 gallons) CD Consent Decree CIRP Capital Improvement and Replacement Program City City of St. Louis CMOM Capacity, Management, Operation and Maintenance COD Chemical Oxygen Demand County St. Louis County CSO Combined Sewer Overflow CIP Capital Work In Progress District Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) EPA Environmental Protection Agency FY Fiscal Year (July 1 – June 30) gpd gallons per day HHS Health and Human Services I/I Infiltration/Inflow mg/l milligrams per liter mgd million gallons per day MDNR Missouri Department of Natural Resources MSD Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (District) SECTION 1 – ABBREVIATIONS & ACRONYMS Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Abbreviations and Acronyms- 2 MWWC Missouri Wastewater Coalition NACWA National Association of Clean Water Agencies NPDES National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System O&M Operation and Maintenance OM&R Operation, Maintenance and Replacement OMCI Operation, Maintenance and Construction Improvement PAYGO Pay-As-You-Go PFM PFM Financial Advisors LLC Raftelis Raftelis Financial Consultants Inc. SRF State Revolving Loan Fund SSO Sanitary Sewer Overflow SS Suspended Solids TSS Total Suspended Solids WEF Water Environment Federation WIFIA Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act WW Wastewater WWTP Wastewater Treatment Plant SECTION 2 – RATE TABLE & FIGURE INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Rate Table & Figure Index- 1 RATE TABLE & FIGURE INDEX The following is a numerical listing of the rate tables and informational figures referenced throughout the table. Rate Tables Page Table Name Table ES-1 ES-3 Wastewater Financial Plan Table ES-2 ES-4 Wastewater User Charges Table ES-3 ES-5 Typical Monthly Wastewater Bills Table ES-4 ES-6 Typical Monthly Unmetered Wastewater Bills Table 4-1 4-2 Historical and Existing Wastewater Rates Table 4-2 4-4 Wastewater Customer Accounts Table 4-3 4-7 Wastewater Contributed Volumes Table 4-4 4-9 Wastewater User Charge Revenue Under Approved Rates Table 4-5 4-11 Other Wastewater Operating Revenue Table 4-6 4-14 Historical and Projected Operating Expenses Table 4-7 4-16 Capital Improvement and Replacement Program Table 4-8 4-17 CIRP Financing Plan Table 4-9 4-19 Projected Wastewater Debt Service Requirements Table 4-10 4-23 Wastewater Financial Plan Table 4-11 4-28 Test Year Cost Allocation Results Table 4-12 4-29 Test Year Cost Classification Summary SECTION 2 – RATE TABLE & FIGURE INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Rate Table & Figure Index- 2 Rate Tables Page Table Name Table 4-13 4-30 District Cost of Service Summary: Operating v. Capital Table 4-14 4-33 Wastewater Units of Service Table 4-15 4-34 Development of Wastewater Unit Costs of Service Table 4-16 4-35 Allocation of Wastewater Costs of Service to Customer Classes Table 4-17 4-36 Comparison of Existing Revenue to Wastewater Cost of Service Table 4-18 4-37 Proposed Wastewater User Charges Table 4-19 4-38 CAP Poverty Guidelines Table 4-20 4-41 Comparison of Revenue under Proposed Rates to Cost of Service Table 5-1 5-1 Typical Wastewater Bills Table 5-2 5-2 Typical Unmetered Wastewater Bills Table 6-1 6-2 CIRP Financing Plan: No Bonds Alternative Table 6-2 6-3 No Bonds Scenario Financial Plan Table 6-3 6-4 Alternative Wastewater Rates – No Bonds Table 6-4 6-5 Typical Wastewater Bills under No Bonds Alternative Figures Page Figure Name Figure 4-1 4-3 Wastewater Customer Accounts Metered/Unmetered Figure 4-2 4-6 Wastewater Contributed Volumes Figure 4-3 4-16 Projected CIRP Needs Figure 4-4 4-18 Outstanding & Projected Debt Principal Figure 4-5 4-20 Wastewater Operating Reserve Figure 4-6 4-21 Wastewater Financial Plan Figure 4-7 4-26 Cost of Service Process Diagram SECTION 2 – RATE TABLE & FIGURE INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL Rate Table & Figure Index- 3 Figure 4-8 4-38 Customer Assistance Program Participants Figure 5-1 5-3 Raftelis Bill Comparison Figure 6-1 6-1 Wastewater Bill Comparison: Bonds v/s No Bonds SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES-1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3.1 Existing WW Billing Structures All customers pay a base charge as well as a variable volume charge based on their water usage as provided by their respective water providers. While the billing rate is the same for all customers’ volume charge, the billing structure for customers varies depending on the method used to measure their water usage. Customers fall within two types, metered or unmetered. Single family and multi- family customers may be either metered or unmetered primarily based on where they live in the St. Louis area. For the most part, single family and multi-family customers residing in St. Louis County are metered with water usage measured in Ccfs and the volume charge assessed on a per Ccf basis. Single family and multi-family customers in the City of St. Louis are primarily unmetered with water usage measured in attributes and the volume charge assessed on a per attribute basis. All non-residential customers are metered. All non-residential customers also pay a tiered compliance charge based on the amount of required environmental monitoring. Some non- residential customers also pay extra-strength charges where applicable. 3.2 WW Rate Proposal Assumptions The District’s proposed WW rates are based on rate design application and analysis conducted by MSD’s rate consultant, Raftelis, in conjunction with District staff. The principal assumptions used in the WW Rate Change Proposal are as follows: 1. Raftelis has relied on certain historical, financial and statistical data supplied by District staff. While such data is considered reliable, Raftelis has not independently verified or audited the detailed accuracy of such data. 2. Billed WW volume will increase overall throughout the forecast period as analyzed by District. 3. The District’s WW O&M expense will have inflationary increases over the forecast period as shown in Section 4.5 of this Rate Proposal and discussed in more detail in Appendix 7.1.1. 4. The District’s estimates of content, scheduling and cost of the four-year WW CIRP totaling approximately $1.58 billion for FY21 through FY24 present a reasonable projection of the future construction program. More details about the District’s WW CIRP can be found in Section 4.6 of this Rate Proposal as well as Appendices 7.1.2, 7.2.1, 7.2.2, 7.2.3 and 7.2.4. 5. The CIRP is primarily funded through a combination of WW service charges, WW revenue bonds and miscellaneous other customer fees. MSD's new rate plan, which runs from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2024, includes increases in WW charges, as well as $808.9 million in senior revenue bonds to help fund approximately $1.58 billion in needed improvements over the forecast period. MSD will receive limited financial support from the federal government for SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES-2 this construction program in the form of $120 million in state-administered subordinate series of revenue bonds issued under the Missouri State Revolving Fund (SRF) as well as $42.3 million from a Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan. More details on the CIRP financing plan can be found in Section 4.6.1. 6. A Bond election will be held prior to FY22 and the District voters will authorize $500 million of additional WW revenue bonds. 7. If the District does not obtain additional revenue bond authority, the Board will approve the alternative WW rates presented in Table 6-3 of this report. 8. Debt service for the senior revenue bonds and SRF financing proposed to be issued during the study period will be approximately $138.5 million, as estimated. 9. The District will maintain a minimum operating reserve balance at all times that is equal to at least 60 days of operating expenditures. 3.3 WW Rate Proposal Overall the analyses indicate that the District will require increases in revenues averaging 3.6% each year of the Rate Proposal period. The District’s complete financial forecast is presented in Table ES-1 and discussed in Section 4.8 of this Rate Proposal. SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES-3 Table ES-1 – Wastewater Financial Plan Projected Projected FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 21 - FY 24 Wastewater Revenue Subtotal 1. User Charge Revenue 399,900,957$ 440,937,370$ 453,279,370$ 471,198,143$ 490,181,909$ 510,108,517$ 1,924,767,939$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue 2. Investment Income 5,745,874$ 1,782,267$ 1,760,505$ 1,536,209$ 1,013,022$ 908,837$ 5,218,573 3. Other Pledged Revenue 6,133,500 6,145,500 6,157,620 6,169,861 6,182,225 6,194,712 24,704,418 ------- 4.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 11,879,374$ 7,927,767$ 7,918,125$ 7,706,071$ 7,195,247$ 7,103,549$ 29,922,991$ 5.Total: Wastewater Pledged Revenue 411,780,331$ 448,865,137$ 461,197,495$ 478,904,213$ 497,377,156$ 517,212,066$ 1,954,690,930$ % Change 10.2% 9.0% 2.7% 3.8% 3.9% 4.0% Wastewater Expenditures Operating Expenses 6. General Fund Operating Expenses (166,758,032)$ (168,795,383)$ (173,226,505)$ (177,237,606)$ (183,355,453)$ (188,431,423)$ (722,250,987) 7. Other Operating Expenses (10,940,068) (11,909,340) (18,205,135) (14,814,330) (15,462,081) (15,242,414) (63,723,960) ------- 8.Subtotal: Operating Expenses (177,698,100)$ (180,704,723)$ (191,431,640)$ (192,051,936)$ (198,817,534)$ (203,673,837)$ (785,974,947) 9.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 234,082,231$ 268,160,415$ 269,765,855$ 286,852,277$ 298,559,622$ 313,538,229$ 1,168,715,983$ Non-Operating Expenses Debt Service and Other Indebtedness Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (Accrued) 10. Existing (77,962,008)$ (78,123,917)$ (78,198,040)$ (77,923,075)$ (78,185,172)$ (78,085,875)$ (312,392,161) 11. Proposed - (1,768,719) (7,752,066) (16,336,137) (28,971,401) (46,983,372) (100,042,976) ------- 12.Subtotal: Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (77,962,008)$ (79,892,637)$ (85,950,106)$ (94,259,211)$ (107,156,573)$ (125,069,246)$ (412,435,137)$ SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (Accrued) 13. Existing (37,673,555)$ (37,741,217)$ (37,911,613)$ (39,182,514)$ (39,176,322)$ (39,257,083)$ (155,527,532) 14. Proposed - (4,037,431) (6,550,664) (8,600,935) (10,644,268) (12,688,281) (38,484,148) ------- 15.Subtotal: SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (37,673,555)$ (41,778,648)$ (44,462,277)$ (47,783,449)$ (49,820,590)$ (51,945,363)$ (194,011,680)$ ------- 16.Subtotal: Debt Service & Other Indebtedness (115,635,563)$ (121,671,285)$ (130,412,383)$ (142,042,661)$ (156,977,164)$ (177,014,609)$ (606,446,817)$ 17. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) (126,904,316)$ (128,408,441)$ (167,479,944)$ (156,464,655)$ (127,083,792)$ (129,043,836)$ (580,072,227) 18. Non-recurring Projects or Studies (5,382,019) (6,417,237) (5,966,508) (6,570,748) (6,691,362) (6,953,319) (26,181,938) 19. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - ------- 20.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses (247,921,899)$ (256,496,963)$ (303,858,836)$ (305,078,065)$ (290,752,318)$ (313,011,764)$ (1,212,700,982)$ 21.Total: Wastewater Expenditures (425,619,998)$ (437,201,686)$ (495,290,475)$ (497,130,001)$ (489,569,852)$ (516,685,601)$ (1,998,675,929)$ % Change 19.9% 2.7% 13.3% 0.4% -1.5% 5.5% 22.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1)(13,839,667)$ 11,663,451$ (34,092,981)$ (18,225,787)$ 7,807,304$ 526,465$ (43,984,999)$ Combined Operating Reserve 23. Beginning Balance (2) 96,033,178$ 82,193,511$ 93,856,963$ 59,763,982$ 41,538,195$ 49,345,499$ 24. Ending Balance (2) 82,193,511 93,856,963 59,763,982 41,538,195 49,345,499 49,871,963 Actual Debt Service 25. Senior Revenue Bonds 77,935,244$ 79,198,047$ 84,601,804$ 92,758,308$ 104,256,721$ 121,961,866$ 26. SRF Loans 37,412,561 40,862,151 43,951,772 46,876,749 49,407,006 51,541,465 ------ 27.Total: Debt Service 115,347,805$ 120,060,198$ 128,553,576$ 139,635,057$ 153,663,726$ 173,503,331$ Debt Service Coverage (3) 28. Senior Revenue Bonds (4)3.00 3.39 3.19 3.09 2.86 2.57 29. Total Debt (5)2.03 2.23 2.10 2.05 1.94 1.81 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve. (2) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 60 days of operating expenses (3) Adjusted for actual debt service (4) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.25x actual senior lien debt service (5) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.15x total actual debt service SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES-4 Raftelis performed a detailed cost of service analysis using industry standard principles endorsed by the WEF, which allows the District to demonstrate that rates have not been set in an arbitrary manner and one class of customer is not subsidizing another to an unjustifiable extent, or in a manner that is not approved and supported by the District. The District’s existing, approved, and proposed user charges are shown in Table ES-2. Table ES-2 Wastewater User Charges These rates will provide the District with the necessary levels of revenue while recovering the District’s costs in a fair and equitable manner from its customers. Historical Approved Proposed #Type of Charge FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Effective Date 7/1/2018 7/1/2019 7/1/2020 7/1/2021 7/1/2022 7/1/2023 Base Charge ($/Bill) 1. Billing & Collection Charge $ 6.67 $ 7.38 $ 5.11 $ 5.31 $ 5.51 $ 5.72 2. System Availability Charge $ 17.16 $ 18.97 $ 21.40 $ 22.21 $ 23.05 $ 23.92------ 3. Total: Base Charge (Residential) $ 23.83 $ 26.35 $ 26.51 $ 27.52 $ 28.56 $ 29.64 Compliance Charge ($/Bill) (a) 4. Tier 1 $ 3.05 $ 3.14 $ 4.44 $ 4.55 $ 4.71 $ 4.85 5. Tier 2 $ 60.89 $ 62.61 $ 62.16 $ 63.64 $ 65.80 $ 67.67 6. Tier 3 $ 133.96 $ 137.75 $ 133.20 $ 136.37 $ 140.99 $ 144.98 7. Tier 4 $ 197.91 $ 203.49 $ 177.60 $ 181.83 $ 187.98 $ 193.30 8. Tier 5 $ 258.79 $ 266.10 $ 222.00 $ 227.29 $ 234.98 $ 241.63 9. Total Non-Residential Service Charge (b) $ 26.88 $ 29.49 $ 30.95 $ 32.07 $ 33.27 $ 34.49 Volume Charge 10. Metered ($/ccf) $ 4.40 $ 4.87 $ 5.02 $ 5.21 $ 5.41 $ 5.62 Unmetered ($/Bill per fixture) 11. Per Room $ 2.61 $ 2.89 $ 2.97 $ 3.09 $ 3.21 $ 3.34 12. Per Water Closet $ 9.70 $ 10.72 $ 11.07 $ 11.49 $ 11.93 $ 12.38 13. Per Bath $ 8.08 $ 8.93 $ 9.23 $ 9.58 $ 9.94 $ 10.32 14. Per Separate Shower $ 8.08 $ 8.93 $ 9.23 $ 9.58 $ 9.94 $ 10.32 Extra Strength Surcharges ($/ton) (a) 15. Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l $ 277.03 $ 283.87 $ 314.00 $ 321.47 $ 332.35 $ 341.76 16. Biochemical Oxygen Demand over 300 mg/l $ 691.50 $ 708.56 $ 898.00 $ 919.37 $ 950.46 $ 977.36 17. Chemical Oxygen Demand over 600 mg/l $ 345.76 $ 354.30 $ 449.00 $ 459.69 $ 475.24 $ 488.69 ccf = hundred cubic feet (approx. 748 gallons) mg/l = milligram per liter (a) Applicable only to non-residential customers. (b) Total for base service charge and Tier 1 compliance (line 3 + line 4) SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES-5 3.4 Total Impact on Customer Bills Table ES-3 presents a comparison of typical WW service bills under existing rates, rates currently approved through FY20, and under the proposed FY21 through FY24 rates, for various billable WW volumes and customer classes. As indicated by this table, the monthly bill for a typical metered single family residential customer contributing 6 Ccf of WW each month to the sewer system is projected to increase $7.79 from FY20 to FY24 (about 3.3% on average in each year from FY21 through FY24). Table ES-3 Typical Monthly Wastewater Bills Billable WW volumes for unmetered customers are derived from volumes associated with certain household attributes. Based on a prior study of unmetered customers, the most common or typical unmetered customer was one with five rooms, one water closet and one bath. The volume associated with a customer with these housing attributes is very close to the billable volume of a typical metered residential customer. Table ES-4 presents sample unmetered bill impacts. The WW bill for a typical unmetered residential customer would increase by $8.59 or by 3.4% on average each year in FY21 to FY24. Historical Information Approved Projected FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Wastewater Bills Single Family Residential (Metered) 1. 1 ccf per month $ 23.05 $ 25.49 $ 28.23 $ 31.22 $ 31.53 $ 32.73 $ 33.97 $ 35.26 2. 5 ccf per month $ 37.41 $ 41.37 $ 45.83 $ 50.70 $ 51.61 $ 53.57 $ 55.61 $ 57.74 3. 6 ccf per month (Typical Customer) $ 41.00 $ 45.34 $ 50.23 $ 55.57 $ 56.63 $ 58.78 $ 61.02 $ 63.36 % Change 9.3% 10.6% 10.8% 10.6% 1.9% 3.8% 3.8% 3.8% 4. 10 ccf per month $ 55.36 $ 61.22 $ 67.83 $ 75.05 $ 76.71 $ 79.62 $ 82.66 $ 85.84 5. 15 ccf per month $ 73.31 $ 81.07 $ 89.83 $ 99.40 $ 101.81 $ 105.67 $ 109.71 $ 113.94 6. 20 ccf per month $ 91.26 $ 100.92 $ 111.83 $ 123.75 $ 126.91 $ 131.72 $ 136.76 $ 142.04 Multi-Family Residential (Metered) 7. 20 ccf per month $ 91.26 $ 100.92 $ 111.83 $ 123.75 $ 126.91 $ 131.72 $ 136.76 $ 142.04 8. 40 ccf per month $ 163.06 $ 180.32 $ 199.83 $ 221.15 $ 227.31 $ 235.92 $ 244.96 $ 254.44 9. 60 ccf per month $ 234.86 $ 259.72 $ 287.83 $ 318.55 $ 327.71 $ 340.12 $ 353.16 $ 366.84 Non-Residential (Normal Strength Wastewater) 10. 70 ccf per month $ 273.62 $ 302.37 $ 334.88 $ 370.39 $ 382.35 $ 396.77 $ 411.97 $ 427.89 11. 100 ccf per month $ 381.32 $ 421.47 $ 466.88 $ 516.49 $ 532.95 $ 553.07 $ 574.27 $ 596.49 12. 160 ccf per month $ 596.72 $ 659.67 $ 730.88 $ 808.69 $ 834.15 $ 865.67 $ 898.87 $ 933.69 Non-Residential (Excess Strength Wastewater) (1) 13. 70 ccf per month $ 465.30 $ 499.64 $ 538.43 $ 579.43 $ 602.01 $ 621.65 $ 644.46 $ 666.95 14. 100 ccf per month $ 595.90 $ 642.26 $ 694.64 $ 750.34 $ 782.91 $ 808.97 $ 838.83 $ 868.53 15. 160 ccf per month $ 834.20 $ 903.98 $ 982.86 $ 1,067.35 $ 1,114.41 $ 1,152.60 $ 1,195.50 $ 1,238.71 (1) The 70, 100, and 160 ccf bills assume excess strength of 150, 200, and 250 mg/l, respectively, of suspended solids and BOD. SECTION 3 – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL ES-6 Table ES-4. Typical Monthly Unmetered Wastewater Bills Historical Information Approved Projected FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Unmetered Wastewater Bills 1. 3 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 0 Shower $ 40.34 $ 44.63 $ 49.44 $ 54.67 $ 55.72 $ 57.86 $ 60.06 $ 62.36 2. 5 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 0 Shower $ 44.58 $ 49.33 $ 54.66 $ 60.45 $ 61.66 $ 64.04 $ 66.48 $ 69.04 % Change 3.5% 10.7% 10.8% 10.6% 2.0% 3.9% 3.8% 3.9% 3. 6 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 1 Shower $ 53.30 $ 58.98 $ 65.35 $ 72.27 $ 73.86 $ 76.71 $ 79.63 $ 82.70 4. 8 Rooms, 2 WC, 2 Bath, 0 Shower $ 65.46 $ 72.44 $ 80.27 $ 88.77 $ 90.87 $ 94.38 $ 97.98 $ 101.76 5. 16 Rooms, 4 WC, 4 Bath, 0 Shower $ 111.46 $ 123.36 $ 136.71 $ 151.19 $ 155.23 $ 161.24 $ 167.40 $ 173.88 SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-1 PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES 4.1 Current Wastewater Rate Structure The District’s current WW rate structure consists of base service charges and volume charges applicable to all MSD customers. The base service charges include a billing and collection charge and a system availability charge. The volume charge is assessed to all customers based on their respective water usage. Billing data is provided by the customers’ respective water providers on either a metered or unmetered basis. All non-residential customers are also assessed one of five tiered compliance charges based on the amount of inspection and testing of WW needed to comply with current regulations and extra strength charges where applicable. Extra strength surcharges are applied to monitored non-residential customers generating excess biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD), and total suspended solids (TSS). The District’s historical and existing WW rates are presented in Table 4-1. The existing rates have been in effect since July 1, 2018, and the approved rates for FY20 will go into effect on July 1, 2019. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-2 Table 4-1 – Historical and Existing Wastewater Rates Historical Approved #Type of Charge FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 Effective Date 7/1/2011 7/1/2012 7/1/2013 7/1/2014 7/1/2015 7/1/2016 7/1/2017 7/1/2018 7/1/2019 Base Charge ($/Bill) 1. Billing & Collection Charge $ 2.65 $ 3.25 $ 3.45 $ 3.55 $ 3.70 $ 5.44 $ 6.02 $ 6.67 $ 7.38 2. System Availability Charge $ 9.20 $ 9.90 $ 11.40 $ 12.70 $ 14.55 $ 14.02 $ 15.50 $ 17.16 $ 18.97--------- 3. Total: Base Charge (Residential) $ 11.85 $ 13.15 $ 14.85 $ 16.25 $ 18.25 $ 19.46 $ 21.52 $ 23.83 $ 26.35 Compliance Charge ($/Bill) (a) 4. Tier 1 $ 31.95 $ 23.00 $ 16.00 $ 9.00 $ 2.15 $ 2.86 $ 2.95 $ 3.05 $ 3.14 5. Tier 2 $ 31.95 $ 39.80 $ 41.85 $ 43.55 $ 44.50 $ 57.20 $ 58.94 $ 60.89 $ 62.61 6. Tier 3 $ 31.95 $ 84.75 $ 89.15 $ 92.75 $ 94.80 $ 125.84 $ 129.67 $ 133.96 $ 137.75 7. Tier 4 $ 31.95 $ 124.25 $ 130.70 $ 136.00 $ 139.00 $ 185.90 $ 191.56 $ 197.91 $ 203.49 8. Tier 5 $ 31.95 $ 163.75 $ 172.25 $ 179.25 $ 183.15 $ 243.10 $ 250.50 $ 258.79 $ 266.10 9. Total Non-Residential Service Charge (b) $ 43.80 $ 36.15 $ 30.85 $ 25.25 $ 20.40 $ 22.32 $ 24.47 $ 26.88 $ 29.49 Volume Charge 10. Metered ($/ccf) $ 2.11 $ 2.28 $ 2.50 $ 2.82 $ 3.21 $ 3.59 $ 3.97 $ 4.40 $ 4.87 Unmetered ($/Bill per fixture) 11. Per Room $ 1.38 $ 1.48 $ 1.63 $ 1.83 $ 2.09 $ 2.12 $ 2.35 $ 2.61 $ 2.89 12. Per Water Closet $ 5.15 $ 5.56 $ 6.10 $ 6.88 $ 7.83 $ 7.92 $ 8.76 $ 9.70 $ 10.72 13. Per Bath $ 4.30 $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.60 $ 7.30 $ 8.08 $ 8.93 14. Per Separate Shower $ 4.30 $ 4.64 $ 5.08 $ 5.73 $ 6.53 $ 6.60 $ 7.30 $ 8.08 $ 8.93 Extra Strength Surcharges ($/ton) (a) 15. Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l $ 231.35 $ 231.35 $ 231.35 $ 244.03 $ 251.88 $ 262.00 $ 269.07 $ 277.03 $ 283.87 16. Biochemical Oxygen Demand over 300 mg/l $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 620.14 $ 632.38 $ 654.00 $ 671.63 $ 691.50 $ 708.56 17. Chemical Oxygen Demand over 600 mg/l $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 310.07 $ 316.19 $ 327.00 $ 335.82 $ 345.76 $ 354.30 ccf = hundred cubic feet (approx. 748 gallons) mg/l = milligram per liter (a) Applicable only to non-residential customers. (b) Total for base service charge and Tier 1 compliance (line 3 + line 4) SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-3 4.2 Customer Account Projections The District’s ratepayers are classified into three customer classes for the purpose of designing its WW charges. These classes are single family, multi-family and non-residential. MSD’s WW revenue reflects the assessment of the specific rate components discussed earlier to each customer class as applicable. As a result, fluctuations in the number and class of customers served by the District are a key variable in determining future WW rates. The historical and projected average numbers of WW customers served by the District are provided in Figure 4-1 and Table 4-2 below. As indicated in Table 4-2, the number of total customer accounts increased by 0.83% between FY 2013 and FY 2018. Based on this trend, the number of customer accounts is projected to increase by 0.1% annually throughout the forecast. Figure 4-1 – Wastewater Customer Accounts SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-4 Table 4-2 – Wastewater Customer Accounts Historical Information Projected Projected Customer Class FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Metered Customers 1. Single Family 300,200 301,900 301,200 302,000 302,600 304,600 304,905 305,210 305,515 305,821 306,127 306,433 2. Multi-Family 20,500 20,300 20,500 20,800 20,700 20,600 20,682 20,765 20,848 20,931 21,015 21,099 3. Non-Residential 24,500 24,300 24,400 24,300 24,300 24,300 24,251 24,202 24,154 24,106 24,058 24,010 ------------ 4.Subtotal: Metered Customers 345,200 346,500 346,100 347,100 347,600 349,500 349,838 350,177 350,517 350,858 351,200 351,542 Unmetered Customers 5. Single Family 57,200 57,600 56,500 56,600 56,600 56,400 56,456 56,512 56,569 56,626 56,683 56,740 6. Multi-Family 20,700 20,400 20,400 21,000 20,800 20,700 20,783 20,866 20,949 21,033 21,117 21,201 7. Non-Residential - - - - - - - - - - - - ------------ 8.Subtotal: Unmetered Customers 77,900 78,000 76,900 77,600 77,400 77,100 77,239 77,378 77,518 77,659 77,800 77,941 Total Customer Accounts 9. Single Family 357,400 359,500 357,700 358,600 359,200 361,000 361,361 361,722 362,084 362,447 362,810 363,173 10. Multi-Family 41,200 40,700 40,900 41,800 41,500 41,300 41,465 41,631 41,797 41,964 42,132 42,300 11. Non-Residential 24,500 24,300 24,400 24,300 24,300 24,300 24,251 24,202 24,154 24,106 24,058 24,010 ------------ 12.Total: Customer Accounts 423,100 424,500 423,000 424,700 425,000 426,600 427,077 427,555 428,035 428,517 429,000 429,483 13.% Change -0.19% 0.33% -0.4% 0.4% 0.1% 0.4% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-5 4.3 Contributed Volumes and Wastewater Flows Billed WW volume is the estimated amount of water volume contributed to the sewer system by MSD customers. This volume is estimated on either a metered or unmetered basis. The amount of contributed WW volume from metered customers is measured in Ccfs (one hundred (100) cubic feet, which equates to approximately 748 gallons). The volume from unmetered residential customers is likewise measured in Ccfs as determined based upon estimates of indoor water usage per fixture and the number of rooms within these properties, referred to as attributes throughout the Proposal. Billable WW volumes for all metered residential customers are determined based on water used during the period best equated to contributed WW volume. MSD defines its best equated period as a 90 to 92 day period of water usage between November and April of the preceding winter period. This period most closely reflects the water entering the MSD WW system by avoiding spring and summer water usage for activities such as lawn sprinkling and the filling of swimming pools. Based on previous studies, most recently updated in 2014 1 , billable wastewater volume for unmetered customers is based on the following attributes. Attribute Volume Contributions Rooms 14.5 gpd Water Closet 54.2 gpd Baths 45.2 gpd Separate Showers 45.2 gpd 1 See Exhibit MSD 5, 2015 Rate Change Proposal, Appendix 7.1.4 SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-6 The contributed WW volume of all non-residential customers is measured on a metered basis and billed based on actual quarterly usage less applicable exemption allowances for any water that does not enter the WW system. Metered multi-family customers are billed based on either actual annual water usage or the average annual water usage established during the best equated period, depending on the billing method selected by each multi-family customer. The selected billing basis is permanent and cannot be changed. Figure 4-2 and Table 4-3 present a summary of historical and projected billed WW volume. Figure 4-2 – Wastewater Contributed Volumes SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-7 Table 4-3 – Wastewater Contributed Volumes (1) Unmetered WW volume is determined by multiplying the number of fixtures by their respective unit usage values. Historical Information Projected Projected #Customer Class (ccf)FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Metered Customers 1. Single Family 23,002,156 22,677,551 22,876,900 21,652,674 21,315,731 20,972,446 20,615,914 20,265,443 19,920,930 19,582,274 19,249,375 18,922,136 2. Multi-Family 8,389,306 8,071,571 8,212,424 7,952,434 8,061,840 8,309,717 8,475,911 8,645,429 8,818,338 8,994,705 9,174,599 9,358,091 3. Non-Residential 24,846,372 24,138,155 22,065,314 21,159,685 21,583,016 21,694,076 21,954,405 22,217,858 22,484,472 22,754,286 23,027,337 23,303,665 - - - - - - - - - - - - 4.Subtotal: Metered Customers 56,237,834 54,887,277 53,154,638 50,764,793 50,960,587 50,976,239 51,046,230 51,128,730 51,223,740 51,331,265 51,451,311 51,583,892 Unmetered Customers (1) 5. Single Family 6,845,309 6,902,619 6,782,897 6,764,347 6,139,162 6,020,210 6,014,188 6,008,173 6,002,165 5,996,164 5,990,171 5,984,181 6. Multi-Family 4,553,820 4,489,957 4,448,429 4,472,911 4,031,683 3,958,292 3,942,458 3,926,689 3,910,984 3,895,339 3,879,759 3,864,241 7. Non-Residential - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8.Subtotal: Unmetered Customers 11,399,129 11,392,576 11,231,326 11,237,258 10,170,845 9,978,502 9,956,646 9,934,862 9,913,149 9,891,503 9,869,930 9,848,422 Total Wastewater Volume 9. Single Family 29,847,465 29,580,170 29,659,797 28,417,021 27,454,893 26,992,656 26,630,102 26,273,616 25,923,095 25,578,438 25,239,546 24,906,317 10. Multi-Family 12,943,126 12,561,528 12,660,853 12,425,345 12,093,523 12,268,009 12,418,369 12,572,118 12,729,322 12,890,044 13,054,358 13,222,332 11. Non-Residential 24,846,372 24,138,155 22,065,314 21,159,685 21,583,016 21,694,076 21,954,405 22,217,858 22,484,472 22,754,286 23,027,337 23,303,665 - - - - - - - - - - - - 12.Total: Wastewater Volume 67,636,963 66,279,853 64,385,964 62,002,051 61,131,432 60,954,741 61,002,876 61,063,592 61,136,889 61,222,768 61,321,241 61,432,314 13.% Change -1.6% -2.0% -2.9% -3.7% -1.4% -0.3% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.1% 0.2% 0.2% SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-8 The projections of contributed volumes are based on the historical trends in billed volumes and number of customers per customer class. From FY13 through FY18, the District has experienced annual reductions in total billed volumes of approximately 3.5%, which is a cumulative 9.9% reduction. The decrease in billed WW volume is due in part to conservation measures, increased efficiency of appliances and fixtures and the impact of the national economy. Future billable WW volumes are expected to gradually increase from FY18 volumes by an overall average of 0.1% annually, based on more recent FY17 and FY18 growth in the Multi-Family and Non-Residential classes. 4.4 Historical and Projected Wastewater Revenue from Existing Rates WW revenue under the currently approved rates for the period FY17 through FY24 is presented in Table 4-4 on the next page. Estimated revenues for FY21 through FY24 use FY20-approved rates. The District’s historical WW revenue for FY17 and FY18 is based on actual rates, customer account and usage data. Projected revenue from WW user charges are based on projected customer demands and the rates approved through FY20 (revenue in FY21-FY24 assumes no changes in the approved rates for FY20). The WW user charge revenue under existing rates would increase from $440.9 million in FY20 to a projected $444.8 million in FY24. This change is due to a combination of key factors: the impact of economic conditions, projected fluctuations in excess strength WW revenue due to more extensive pre-treatment programs and projected changes in WW volume consistent with historical trends. As customer volumes continue to increase over the projection period, the revenue would be expected to increase as well. WW billing adjustments are determined based on current budget estimates and projected based on historical trends. These adjustments include late charges, refunds and other adjustments. The provision for bad debt has steadily declined over the last several years and is to escalate from FY19 budget at the same rate as the base rate and volume rate. This projection is based on predicting the propensity to pay for all MSD customers with account balances delinquent greater than 30 days. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-9 Table 4-4 – Wastewater User Charge Revenue Under Approved Rates (1) (1) The approved FY20 rates are used to estimate revenue in FY21 through FY24. Historical Information Projected Projected FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 User Charge Revenue Base Charge Revenue 1. Metered Accounts 80,924,287$ 89,339,052$ 100,075,479$ 110,490,346$ 110,597,590$ 110,705,098$ 110,812,843$ 110,920,799$ 2. Unmetered Accounts 17,662,961 19,382,950 21,872,020 24,291,327 24,335,885 24,380,548 24,425,343 24,470,296 -------- 3.Subtotal: Base Charges 98,587,248$ 108,722,002$ 121,947,499$ 134,781,673$ 134,933,475$ 135,085,647$ 135,238,187$ 135,391,096$ 4. Non-Residential Compliance Charge Revenue 2,440,685$ 2,556,648$ 2,651,568$ 2,713,561$ 2,707,961$ 2,702,631$ 2,697,100$ 2,691,911$ 5. Extra Strength Surcharges 5,837,918$ 5,737,178$ 5,913,095$ 5,896,685$ 5,826,011$ 5,756,330$ 5,687,641$ 5,618,952$ Metered Volume Charge Revenue 6. Single Family 74,844,119$ 81,484,770$ 91,221,786$ 98,692,707$ 97,014,929$ 95,365,674$ 93,744,456$ 92,150,802$ 7. Multi-Family 28,957,897 32,495,997 36,586,642 42,103,239 42,945,306 43,804,213 44,680,297 45,573,903 8. Non-Residential 79,074,608$ 87,786,311$ 96,599,382$ 108,200,968$ 109,499,379$ 110,813,373$ 112,143,131$ 113,488,849$ -------- 9.Subtotal: Metered Volume Charges 182,876,624$ 201,767,077$ 224,407,810$ 248,996,915$ 249,459,614$ 249,983,261$ 250,567,885$ 251,213,554$ 10. Unmetered Charge Revenue 36,373,560$ 39,695,644$ 44,870,906$ 48,446,475$ 48,340,590$ 48,235,045$ 48,129,844$ 48,024,971$ 11. Low Income Credits (1,198,334)$ (1,580,396)$ (1,777,920)$ (1,917,424)$ (1,920,216)$ (1,923,012)$ (1,925,811)$ (1,928,631)$ 12. City of Arnold WWT 848,597$ 944,853$ 1,059,800$ 1,165,780$ 1,282,358$ 1,410,594$ 1,551,653$ 1,706,818$ -------- 13.Total: User Charge Revenue Before Adjustments 325,766,298$ 357,843,006$ 399,072,757$ 440,083,665$ 440,629,794$ 441,250,495$ 441,946,498$ 442,718,671$ 8.9% 9.8% 11.5% 10.3% 0.1% 0.1% 0.2% 0.2% Adjustments to Revenue 14. Billing Adjustments 5,117,195$ 6,327,175$ 3,996,200$ 4,354,345$ 4,744,613$ 5,169,886$ 5,633,306$ 6,138,298$ 15. Bad Debt Provision (2,555,885) (3,009,706) (3,168,000) (3,500,640) (3,588,156) (3,722,712) (3,862,314) (4,007,150) -------- 16.Subtotal: Adjustments 2,561,310$ 3,317,469$ 828,200$ 853,705$ 1,156,457$ 1,447,174$ 1,770,993$ 2,131,148$ 17.Total: User Charge Revenue 328,327,609$ 361,160,476$ 399,900,957$ 440,937,370$ 441,786,251$ 442,697,669$ 443,717,491$ 444,849,819$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-10 The projection of other WW revenue is presented in Table 4-5. Based on these projections, total other operating WW revenue is forecasted to decline from a budgeted amount of $11.9 million in FY19 to $7.1 million in FY24. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-11 Table 4-5 – Other Wastewater Operating Revenue Historical Information Projected Projected FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 21 - FY 24 Actual Actual Budget Projected Projected Projected Projected Projected Subtotal Other Operating Revenue Other Fees 1. Construction Inspection Fees 632,810$ 529,777$ 752,500$ 752,500$ 752,500$ 752,500$ 752,500$ 752,500$ 3,010,000$ 2. Waste Hauler Permits 771,234 758,752 900,000 900,000 900,000 900,000 900,000 900,000 3,600,000 3. All Other Fees (1) 582,226 640,530 554,500 554,500 554,500 554,500 554,500 554,500 2,218,000 4.Subtotal: Other Fees 1,986,271$ 1,929,059$ 2,207,000$ 2,207,000$ 2,207,000$ 2,207,000$ 2,207,000$ 2,207,000$ 8,828,000$ 5. Miscellaneous Revenues (2) 4,461,333$ 10,843,452$ 7,972,374$ 4,008,767$ 3,987,005$ 3,762,709$ 3,239,522$ 3,135,337$ 14,124,573$ 6.Subtotal: Other Operating Revenue 6,447,603$ 12,772,512$ 10,179,374$ 6,215,767$ 6,194,005$ 5,969,709$ 5,446,522$ 5,342,337$ 22,952,573$ 7. Other Non-Operating Revenue (3) (516,280)$ (1,580,109)$ 500,000$ 500,000$ 500,000$ 500,000$ 500,000$ 500,000$ 2,000,000$ 8. Connection Fee Revenue 1,479,483 1,200,986 1,200,000 1,212,000 1,224,120 1,236,361 1,248,725 1,261,212 4,970,418 9.Total: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 7,410,806$ 12,393,388$ 11,879,374$ 7,927,767$ 7,918,125$ 7,706,071$ 7,195,247$ 7,103,549$ 29,922,991$ % Change 14.6% 67.2% -4.1% -33.3% -0.1% -2.7% -6.6% -1.3% (1) Includes plan review fees, submittal fees, monitoring cost fees, pretreatment discharge permits, and all other fees. (2) Includes interest, reimbursements, reimbursable engineering and maintenance, and all other miscellaneous revenue. (3) Includes rental income, clean water surcharge, and sale of fixed assets. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-12 4.5 Wastewater Operating Expenses The revenue needed to support the ongoing operation of the District’s WW system must be sufficient to meet its cash requirements. MSD’s operating revenue requirements consist of the following: 1. Total WW system O&M expenses 2. Expenditures for routine capital improvements 3. Components of the CIRP funded directly from revenues (i.e., PAYGO) 4. WW revenue bond debt service 5. A minimum 60 day operating reserve 4.5.1 Wastewater Operation and Maintenance Expense A summary of actual and projected WW O&M for FY17 through FY24 is presented in Table 4-6. These projections are based on the principal financial assumptions listed below. 1. Customer and Water Usage Growth/Decline 2. Customer Impacts 3. Inflation Rates 4. Bad Debt and Collection Efforts 5. Customer Assistance Program 6. Overhead Rates 7. Basis for cost of service indirect/direct cost allocation 8. Average Water/ Wastewater Utility Bill Comparison 9. Salary Projection 10. Wastewater/Stormwater Segmentation 11. Infiltration/Inflow Assumptions These assumptions have been applied to the District’s O&M from its FY19 budget estimates through the proposed 4-year rate cycle ending in FY24. Inflation percentages vary by expense type. Salary expenses and other related lines are increased annually at 3.3% for the years FY20 to FY24. For C-schedule employees, the minimum and maximum values of the grade ranges are adjusted by 2% per year, with a 3% raise pool available for increases within those pay ranges. For the A-schedule employees, the same adjustments are made. This results in 50% of the employee pool receiving an average of 3.0% in wage increases. For B-schedule and BT-schedule employees, there are two components to wage growth factors. First, these employees receive a range adjustment of 2% which automatically increases the wages of every step within a grade range by 2%. Second, employees not at the top of the range can receive an additional step increase of approximately 4.4% to account for continuous training and experience. This results in an average annual wage increase of 3.6% for the B- and BT-schedule employees. When the 3.6% average for SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-13 B- and BT-Schedule employees is factored in with the 3.00% calculated for both A- and C- Schedule employees, the weighted average increase over each of the four years is 3.3%. Health Insurance expense is projected to increase annually at 8%, while general supplies and contractual services are expected to increase 2.1% annually over the same four-year period. More detailed information regarding inflation rates is provided in Appendix 7.1.1. Incremental and additional one-time O&M costs are presented on line 22 of Table 4-6. Future WW O&M expense is projected to increase from $184.6 million in FY19 to $211.3 in FY24. 4.5.2 Wastewater Routine Capital Improvements Expenditures for routine annual capital improvements include those costs that tend to be routinely incurred each year for normal replacements such as vehicles, office equipment and minor improvements or repairs (Line 25 of Table 4-6). Since the costs of these improvements are a continuing expense to be met each year, the District appropriately finances these expenditures from current WW revenues. These expenses are included in the District’s annual budgets as capital outlay costs. 4.5.3 Wastewater Capital Projects Capital projects funded in the O&M budget typically consist of expenditures that do not result in a new District asset. In general, these projects include infrastructure repairs, watershed planning, rainfall data gathering and streamflow sampling which are all required to maintain existing assets. The District also funds capital improvements to computer software and hardware out of the O&M budget. Due to the nature of these projects, they are ineligible for bond or SRF funding; therefore, they are budgeted as operating expenses. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-14 Table 4-6 Historical and Projected Operating Expenses Historical Information Projected Projected Wastewater Revenue Requirements FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 21 - FY 24 General Fund Operating Expenses Subtotal 1. Board of Trustees 2,043$ 1,827$ 6,100$ 6,168$ 6,241$ 6,315$ 6,391$ 6,469$ 25,416$ 2. Rate Commission (39,281) 578,255 595,508 11,910 12,483 12,745 649,773 13,286 688,286 3. Civil Service Commission (1,482) (180) 10,000 10,200 10,414 10,633 10,856 11,084 42,988 4. Secretary - Treasurer 1,512,334 1,966,110 3,304,917 2,125,419 3,432,757 2,242,021 2,303,325 2,366,763 10,344,866 6. Executive Director 1,801,220 2,456,497 3,918,653 4,005,345 4,114,866 4,228,192 4,345,574 4,467,200 17,155,832 7. General Counsel 2,811,479 3,285,563 3,151,595 3,219,012 3,299,245 3,381,910 3,467,139 3,555,032 13,703,326 8. Office of Human Resources 7,953,590 7,144,932 8,386,447 8,573,158 8,962,983 9,376,205 9,814,565 10,279,839 38,433,591 9. Engineering 17,571,765 15,122,334 15,102,179 15,856,139 14,487,758 15,021,115 15,583,578 16,176,924 61,269,375 10. Finance 19,676,435 19,428,512 21,226,078 21,666,097 22,186,775 22,722,245 23,273,323 23,840,609 92,022,951 11. Information Systems 13,432,668 13,502,673 15,495,944 15,881,698 16,345,457 16,825,262 17,321,964 17,836,267 68,328,949 Operations 12. Collection System 23,511,207$ 18,971,684$ 25,344,511$ 25,910,957$ 26,840,257$ 27,814,917$ 28,838,960$ 29,915,312$ 113,409,446$ 13. Pump Stations 11,513,974 11,645,805 12,198,324 12,405,110 12,757,148 13,121,895 13,500,102 13,892,391 53,271,536 14. Wastewater Treatment 42,473,263 42,556,050 44,878,243 45,701,793 46,993,748 48,331,879 49,719,067 51,157,612 196,202,306 15. Support 11,540,264 11,659,968 13,139,533 13,422,376 13,776,374 14,142,272 14,520,838 14,912,635 57,352,119 --------- 16.Subtotal: Operations 89,038,707$ 84,833,508$ 95,560,611$ 97,440,236$ 100,367,527$ 103,410,963$ 106,578,966$ 109,877,951$ 420,235,408$ --------- 17.Subtotal: General Fund Operating Expenses 153,759,479$ 148,320,030$ 166,758,032$ 168,795,383$ 173,226,505$ 177,237,606$ 183,355,453$ 188,431,423$ 722,250,987$ Other Operating Expenses 18. Water Backup Program 5,035,020$ 1,556,383$ 4,425,300$ 4,513,806$ 4,608,596$ 4,705,376$ 4,804,189$ 4,905,077$ 19,023,239$ 19. General Insurance Fund 5,759,374 7,633,658 6,089,400 6,217,173 6,356,013 6,498,044 6,643,340 6,791,979 26,289,376 20. Capital Funded in O&M Budget 14,142,928 14,048,473 10,329,182 10,367,686 10,546,625 11,014,582 11,825,835 11,578,670 44,965,712 21. Capitalized Internal Labor (9,503,009) (9,615,353) (9,903,814) (10,200,928) (8,758,000) (9,020,740) (9,291,362) (9,570,103) (36,640,205) 22. Additional O&M - - - 1,011,603 5,451,900 1,617,068 1,480,080 1,536,790 10,085,838 --------- 23.Subtotal: Other Operating Expenses 15,434,313$ 13,623,161$ 10,940,068$ 11,909,340$ 18,205,135$ 14,814,330$ 15,462,081$ 15,242,414$ 63,723,960$ --------- 24.Subtotal: General Fund Operating Expenses 169,193,792$ 161,943,191$ 177,698,100$ 180,704,723$ 191,431,640$ 192,051,936$ 198,817,534$ 203,673,837$ 785,974,947$ 25. Routine Annual Capital Improvements 1,213,085$ 696,663$ 6,904,316$ 7,042,403$ 7,190,293$ 7,341,289$ 7,495,456$ 7,652,861$ 29,679,900$ --------- Total: Operating Expenses & Capital Outlay 170,406,877$ 162,639,854$ 184,602,416$ 187,747,125$ 198,621,933$ 199,393,225$ 206,312,991$ 211,326,698$ 815,654,846$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-15 4.6 Wastewater Major Capital Improvement & Replacement Program The Capital Improvement and Replacement Program, or CIRP, is the primary cost driver for the District’s financial plan, representing about two thirds of anticipated expenditures in the FY21 to FY24 period. In 2012, the District entered into a Consent Decree (CD) with the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Missouri Coalition for the Environment for compliance with the Clean Water Act. The CD requires the District to make investments in the wastewater system to ensure it has adequate capacity and is properly maintained (Asset Management), to eliminate sanitary sewer overflows (SSO), to eliminate, reduce, and control combined sewer overflows (CSO), and to reduce the risk of flooding in the combined sewer area (Cityshed). This multi-decade CD effort is estimated to cost $6 billion (in 2018 dollars), with $1.7 billion appropriated from FY13 through the end of FY19. Additional detail is provided in Appendix 7.2.1. In 2018, an amendment to the CD was agreed to, providing an additional five years for the District to complete its CD obligations, and rescheduling a number of major CSO tunnels to later years. This was requested by the District to mitigate the rate impact of additional major treatment plant investment in sewage sludge incinerators and air emissions control systems for compliance with the Clean Air Act, which will commence during the next rate cycle. The estimated CIRP needs for the next six years are presented in Figure 4-3 and Table 4-7. The anticipated CIRP for the next 4-year rate cycle period, FY21 through FY24, is $1.58 billion. The largest components of the CIRP over this period will be capital investment related to capacity improvements in the wastewater system, and sewage sludge incineration. The CIRP includes improvements necessary to comply with the CD, with permit and regulatory requirements outside of the CD, and with asset management renewal at the treatment plants. Additional detail is presented in Appendix 7.2.2. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-16 Figure 4-3 Projected CIRP Needs Table 4-7 – Wastewater Capital Improvement and Replacement Program 4.6.1 Wastewater Capital Program Financing MSD’s CIRP projects are primarily funded by the issuance of senior revenue bonds and SRF loans with the smaller remaining work funded by the PAYGO revenue stream. Debt financing of the majority of the CIRP allows the financing burden to be appropriately shared by both present and future users benefiting from the WW system improvements. Capital improvements routinely incurred each year as determined by the District’s comprehensive asset management program (Table 4-7, line 10) are more appropriately financed with PAYGO revenue generated from annual WW service revenue. Projected Projected CIRP Needs FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 21 - FY 24 Major Capital Improvements Subtotal 1. Asset Management - Capacity 51,868,487$ 48,051,157$ 97,385,618$ 156,748,359$ 120,584,928$ 102,746,213$ 477,465,118$ 2. Asset Management - Renewal 32,148,769 50,364,634 27,985,523 23,030,052 16,280,454 35,859,487 103,155,515 3. Cityshed 12,471,369 25,403,433 22,329,304 24,440,329 15,954,561 12,253,856 74,978,050 4. Combined Sewer Overflow 28,822,750 38,347,572 36,835,828 8,877,510 38,590,702 30,459,389 114,763,430 5. Districtwide 10,321,882 13,117,581 14,143,340 14,345,052 15,621,172 15,672,499 59,782,063 6. Other 99,529 (44,034) (69,890) (12,184) (518) - (82,591) 7. Sanitary Sewer Overflow 179,610,125 175,255,713 132,987,987 70,365,323 77,124,001 37,124,847 317,602,158 8. Treatment Plants 12,118,837 21,905,139 27,767,045 53,044,486 163,383,948 225,006,676 469,202,156 ------- 9.Subtotal: Major Capital Improvements 327,461,748$ 372,401,195$ 359,364,756$ 350,838,927$ 447,539,248$ 459,122,967$ 1,616,865,899$ 10. Less: Capital Funded in O&M Budget (10,329,182) (10,367,686) (10,546,625) (11,014,582) (11,825,835) (11,578,670) (44,965,712)$ 11. Less: Non-Recurring Projects & Studies (5,382,019) (6,417,237) (5,966,508) (6,570,748) (6,691,362) (6,953,319) (26,181,938) 12. Plus: Capitalized Internal Labor 9,903,814 10,200,928 8,758,000 9,020,740 9,291,362 9,570,103 36,640,205 ------- 13.Total: CIRP Needs 321,654,361$ 365,817,200$ 351,609,622$ 342,274,337$ 438,313,413$ 450,161,081$ 1,582,358,453$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-17 District staff, together with their financial advisor, PFM, has developed a proposed capital improvement financing plan to fund the CIRP. This plan, presented in Table 4-8, anticipates the proposed capital improvements will be financed from a combination of WW user charge revenues, available fund balances, senior revenue bonds, WIFIA loans, Missouri SRF loans, grants and contributions, and interest income. Table 4-8 – Capital Improvement and Replacement Program Financing Plan New senior revenue bonds totaling par value of $785 million and $120 million in additional SRF loans are expected to be issued between FY21 and FY24 to provide this funding, as well as $42 million in WIFIA proceeds. As indicated by Line 7 of Table 4-8, the District plans to take advantage of the SRF loan program but expects to be limited to $30 million each year from FY21 through FY24. Total senior revenue bonds, SRF loans, and WIFIA bonds are expected to finance approximately 61% of the four-year major capital improvement program costs. The amount and timing for each of these issues was developed by PFM taking into consideration the CIRP capital funding needs, current policies, other sources of capital improvement program financing, and debt service coverage requirements. The cash financing of capital improvements from annual revenues is expected to total $550 million between FY21 and FY24, as indicated on Line 4 of Table 4-8. A portion of the total CIRP expenditures reflects associated internal labor costs (line 12 in Table 4-7 and line 5 in Table 4-8). This cost is also expected to be covered by annual PAYGO revenues. In total, cash financing of $587 million is expected to fund 37% of the total CIRP between FY21 and FY24. The District anticipates receiving grants and contributions of $2.9 million between FY21 and FY24. These sources are expected to fund various improvement projects scheduled to be constructed during the proposed rate cycle. Projected Projected Wastewater Construction Fund Cashflow FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 21 - FY 24 Subtotal 1.Beginning Year Balance 243,361,881$ 83,193,494$ -$ 1,707,391$ 1,283,315$ 1,273,361$ Sources of Funds 2. Senior Revenue Bond Proceeds - Par Amount - 60,580,000 128,525,000 128,490,000 256,005,000 272,005,000 785,025,000$ 3. Senior Revenue Bond Proceeds - Premium - 3,839,194 5,613,885 4,612,760 6,607,240 7,020,312 23,854,197 4. Cash Financing of Construction (PAYGO) 120,000,000 121,366,038 160,289,651 149,123,366 119,588,335 121,390,975 550,392,327 5. Capitalized Internal Labor 9,903,814 10,200,928 8,758,000 9,020,740 9,291,362 9,570,103 36,640,205 6. WIFIA Draw - 5,204,107 13,754,995 14,437,728 11,024,061 3,122,464 42,339,248 7. State Revolving Loan Proceeds 25,267,000 75,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 120,000,000 8. Grants & Contributions 629,397 657,040 685,899 716,027 747,480 780,317 2,929,724 9. Interest Income 5,850,000 6,870,000 7,170,000 6,930,000 7,800,000 8,880,000 30,780,000 ------- 10.Subtotal: Available Funds 405,012,091$ 366,910,802$ 354,797,430$ 345,038,012$ 442,346,795$ 454,042,532$ 1,591,960,701$ Uses of Funds 11. Major Capital Improvements (321,654,361)$ (365,817,200)$ (351,609,622)$ (342,274,337)$ (438,313,413)$ (450,161,081)$ (1,582,358,453)$ 12. Issuance Costs (164,236) (1,093,602) (1,480,416) (1,480,360) (2,760,021) (2,920,064) (8,640,861) 13. Debt Service Reserve Fund Deposits - - - - - - - #------- 14.Subtotal: Uses of Funds (321,818,597)$ (366,910,802)$ (353,090,038)$ (343,754,697)$ (441,073,434)$ (453,081,145)$ (1,590,999,314)$ 15.End of Year Balance 83,193,494$ -$ 1,707,391$ 1,283,315$ 1,273,361$ 961,387$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-18 Interest earnings are projected to yield an average 2% in annual interest income from FY21 to FY24. Line 9 of Table 4-8 provides the estimated interest income earned on all available CIRP fund balances. 4.6.2 Existing and Projected Wastewater Debt The District issued its first District-wide revenue bonds in April 2004. Additional senior revenue bonds have been issued in 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, and 2017. The principal remaining on all of the District’s senior revenue bonds issued to date is approximately $1.2 billion as of June 30, 2018. The District has also participated in multiple subordinate series of revenue bonds issued under the Missouri SRF loan program. The total amount of principal remaining on all of the District’s SRF Loans issued to date is approximately $423 million as of June 30, 2018. Figure 4-4 – Outstanding and Projected Debt Principal The projected amortization of future revenue bond issues has been determined by PFM and is based on current market conditions and certain assumptions regarding future market conditions. Generally, future senior revenue bonds are assumed to have a 30-year term and annual coupon rates between 5.0% and 5.5%. Future SRF loans issued to fund the CIRP program are expected to have 20-year terms and a net effective annual interest and administration cost of about 3% per year. In addition to the interest cost of future debt, the District will incur issuance costs with each senior revenue bond issue, SRF loan, and WIFIA loan. The issuance costs for senior revenue bonds are estimated at 1.0% of the total issuance amount. Issuance costs for SRF loans are expected to be 0.65% of the total SRF loan amount. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-19 Based on these assumptions, the total annual debt service during the forecast period for existing debt and future proposed debt is expected to increase from $115.6 million in FY19 to $177.0 million in FY24 as indicated by Table 4-9. Table 4-9 – Projected Wastewater Debt Service Requirements 4.7 Wastewater Operating Reserve The operating reserve is a balance maintained to accommodate fluctuations in annual revenues and expenditures. The District has a minimum operating reserve target equal to 60 days of annual operating expenses. The existing revenue bond covenants require the District to maintain a minimum balance equal to 45 days of O&M expense. The self-imposed 60 day minimum provides a buffer to allow for potential timing issues involved with funding requirements, provide increased operational flexibility, and helps support future bond ratings. The WW operating reserve is projected to exceed the minimum balance throughout the forecast period. Figure 4-5 presents the estimated end of year balance in the WW operating reserve throughout the forecast period. Projected Projected Annual Wastewater Debt Service FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 21 - FY 24 Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (Accrued)Subtotal 1. Existing Bonds 77,962,008$ 78,123,917$ 78,198,040$ 77,923,075$ 78,185,172$ 78,085,875$ 312,392,161$ 2. Proposed Bonds - 1,768,719 7,752,066 16,336,137 28,971,401 46,983,372 100,042,976 ------- 3.Subtotal: Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service 77,962,008$ 79,892,637$ 85,950,106$ 94,259,211$ 107,156,573$ 125,069,246$ 412,435,137$ SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (Accrued) 4. Existing Bonds 37,673,555$ 37,741,217$ 37,911,613$ 39,182,514$ 39,176,322$ 39,257,083$ 155,527,532$ 5. Proposed Bonds - 4,037,431 6,550,664 8,600,935 10,644,268 12,688,281 38,484,148 ------- 6.Subtotal: SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service 37,673,555$ 41,778,648$ 44,462,277$ 47,783,449$ 49,820,590$ 51,945,363$ 194,011,680$ ------- 7.Total: Wastewater Debt Service 115,635,563$ 121,671,285$ 130,412,383$ 142,042,661$ 156,977,164$ 177,014,609$ 606,446,817$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-20 Figure 4-5 Wastewater Operating Reserve 4.8 Summary of Wastewater Revenue and Revenue Requirements WW revenues must at least be sufficient to finance the WW utility’s O&M expense, routine annual capital improvements and debt service costs on existing and proposed senior revenue bonds and SRF loans, while maintaining an adequate operating reserve and complying with all revenue bond debt service coverage requirements. Annual revenues or existing reserve funds can also be used to finance the WW utility’s major capital improvement program. Figure 4-6 below presents the estimated financial plan of the WW enterprise, which shows that annual WW revenues under existing rates are not sufficient to meet the total revenue requirements of the WW utility during the forecast period without future revenue increases. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-21 Figure 4-6 Wastewater Financial Plan SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-22 A summary of the financial plan showing projected WW revenues and WW revenue requirements for the District during the forecast period is presented in Table 4-10. Line 1 of Table 4-10 shows projected WW user charge revenue that is required in order to balance the revenue requirements through FY24. The magnitude of the increase shown for each year was selected based on consideration of three principal criteria: (1) Total revenue necessary to meet cash requirements for normal WW operations. This includes consideration of a one-month lag in the receipt of additional user charge revenue from increased rates, (2) Annual increases in WW revenues available to cash finance a portion of the WW utility related major capital improvements, and (3) WW revenue required to meet certain financial metrics, based on comments from the District’s rating agencies, including debt service coverage levels and strong liquidity position over the Rate Proposal period. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-23 Table 4-10 – Wastewater Financial Plan Projected Projected FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 21 - FY 24 Wastewater Revenue Subtotal 1. User Charge Revenue 399,900,957$ 440,937,370$ 453,279,370$ 471,198,143$ 490,181,909$ 510,108,517$ 1,924,767,939$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue 2. Investment Income 5,745,874$ 1,782,267$ 1,760,505$ 1,536,209$ 1,013,022$ 908,837$ 5,218,573 3. Other Pledged Revenue 6,133,500 6,145,500 6,157,620 6,169,861 6,182,225 6,194,712 24,704,418 ------- 4.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 11,879,374$ 7,927,767$ 7,918,125$ 7,706,071$ 7,195,247$ 7,103,549$ 29,922,991$ 5.Total: Wastewater Pledged Revenue 411,780,331$ 448,865,137$ 461,197,495$ 478,904,213$ 497,377,156$ 517,212,066$ 1,954,690,930$ % Change 10.2% 9.0% 2.7% 3.8% 3.9% 4.0% Wastewater Expenditures Operating Expenses 6. General Fund Operating Expenses (166,758,032)$ (168,795,383)$ (173,226,505)$ (177,237,606)$ (183,355,453)$ (188,431,423)$ (722,250,987) 7. Other Operating Expenses (10,940,068) (11,909,340) (18,205,135) (14,814,330) (15,462,081) (15,242,414) (63,723,960) ------- 8.Subtotal: Operating Expenses (177,698,100)$ (180,704,723)$ (191,431,640)$ (192,051,936)$ (198,817,534)$ (203,673,837)$ (785,974,947) 9.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 234,082,231$ 268,160,415$ 269,765,855$ 286,852,277$ 298,559,622$ 313,538,229$ 1,168,715,983$ Non-Operating Expenses Debt Service and Other Indebtedness Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (Accrued) 10. Existing (77,962,008)$ (78,123,917)$ (78,198,040)$ (77,923,075)$ (78,185,172)$ (78,085,875)$ (312,392,161) 11. Proposed - (1,768,719) (7,752,066) (16,336,137) (28,971,401) (46,983,372) (100,042,976) ------- 12.Subtotal: Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (77,962,008)$ (79,892,637)$ (85,950,106)$ (94,259,211)$ (107,156,573)$ (125,069,246)$ (412,435,137)$ SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (Accrued) 13. Existing (37,673,555)$ (37,741,217)$ (37,911,613)$ (39,182,514)$ (39,176,322)$ (39,257,083)$ (155,527,532) 14. Proposed - (4,037,431) (6,550,664) (8,600,935) (10,644,268) (12,688,281) (38,484,148) ------- 15.Subtotal: SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (37,673,555)$ (41,778,648)$ (44,462,277)$ (47,783,449)$ (49,820,590)$ (51,945,363)$ (194,011,680)$ ------- 16.Subtotal: Debt Service & Other Indebtedness (115,635,563)$ (121,671,285)$ (130,412,383)$ (142,042,661)$ (156,977,164)$ (177,014,609)$ (606,446,817)$ 17. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) (126,904,316)$ (128,408,441)$ (167,479,944)$ (156,464,655)$ (127,083,792)$ (129,043,836)$ (580,072,227) 18. Non-recurring Projects or Studies (5,382,019) (6,417,237) (5,966,508) (6,570,748) (6,691,362) (6,953,319) (26,181,938) 19. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - ------- 20.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses (247,921,899)$ (256,496,963)$ (303,858,836)$ (305,078,065)$ (290,752,318)$ (313,011,764)$ (1,212,700,982)$ 21.Total: Wastewater Expenditures (425,619,998)$ (437,201,686)$ (495,290,475)$ (497,130,001)$ (489,569,852)$ (516,685,601)$ (1,998,675,929)$ % Change 19.9% 2.7% 13.3% 0.4% -1.5% 5.5% 22.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1)(13,839,667)$ 11,663,451$ (34,092,981)$ (18,225,787)$ 7,807,304$ 526,465$ (43,984,999)$ Combined Operating Reserve 23. Beginning Balance (2) 96,033,178$ 82,193,511$ 93,856,963$ 59,763,982$ 41,538,195$ 49,345,499$ 24. Ending Balance (2) 82,193,511 93,856,963 59,763,982 41,538,195 49,345,499 49,871,963 Actual Debt Service 25. Senior Revenue Bonds 77,935,244$ 79,198,047$ 84,601,804$ 92,758,308$ 104,256,721$ 121,961,866$ 26. SRF Loans 37,412,561 40,862,151 43,951,772 46,876,749 49,407,006 51,541,465 ------ 27.Total: Debt Service 115,347,805$ 120,060,198$ 128,553,576$ 139,635,057$ 153,663,726$ 173,503,331$ Debt Service Coverage (3) 28. Senior Revenue Bonds (4)3.00 3.39 3.19 3.09 2.86 2.57 29. Total Debt (5)2.03 2.23 2.10 2.05 1.94 1.81 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve. (2) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 60 days of operating expenses (3) Adjusted for actual debt service (4) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.25x actual senior lien debt service (5) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.15x total actual debt service SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-24 In addition to the WW revenue generated from WW user charges, other revenue identified in line 2 through 3 of Table 4-10 includes other operating revenue, interest earnings, and connection fee revenue (previously presented on Table 4-5). Total revenue is projected to be $411.8 million in FY19 and increase to $517.2 million in FY24, as shown by line 5 of Table 4-10. This represents an overall annual compound increase of 5.3% during this time period. The WW utility’s O&M expenses, previously introduced in Table 4-6, are shown on line 8 of Table 4-10. Line 9 of Table 4-10 shows the estimated net revenue remaining after deducting WW O&M expenses from total WW revenues (line 5 minus line 8). Anticipated debt service requirements on senior revenue bonds and SRF and direct loans are presented on lines 10 through 16, as presented previously on Table 4-9. These projected debt obligations will require the District to obtain additional revenue bond authorization in the amount of $500 million before the start of FY22. Sewer service charge revenue used to finance a portion of the major capital improvement program are reported as a cost on line 17. Line 18 shows the non-recurring projects and studies, as previously presented on Table 4-7, line 11, which are completely financed by annual revenues. Operating reserve deposits required to maintain the minimum balance in the WW operating reserve are shown in line 19. Since the balance is projected to exceed the minimum, no planned contributions to the fund are included. The total annual surplus or deficit is presented in line 22. Positive balances indicate a projected increase in the operating reserves, while negative balances indicate the need to draw down available fund balances. The beginning and ending balance of the operating reserve is shown on lines 23 and 24. An additional consideration in measuring the adequacy of revenues is the provision of sufficient debt service coverage to meet the actual debt service paid to the bondholders on the senior revenue bonds and on the SRF loans as previously presented in Table 4-9. Line 27 shows the debt service coverage of the senior revenue bond debt service, i.e., the ratio of net revenue (line 9) to total senior revenue bond debt service (line 12) for each year of the study period. Line 28 shows the debt service coverage of the combined senior revenue bond and SRF debt service, i.e., the ratio of net revenue (line 9) to total debt service (line 16) for each year of the study period. Current WW revenue bond covenants require the District to provide debt service coverage equal to at least 125% (>1.25x) of the annual principal and interest payment on all senior revenue bonds and 115% (>1.15x) of the combined annual principal and interest payment on all WW senior revenue bonds and all SRF loans. Further, the rating agencies have all noted that the District’s current credit rating could be compromised if projected senior debt service coverage fell below the 2.4x to 2.9x range and projected total debt coverage fell below the 1.6x to 1.8x range. The Rate Proposal is designed to maintain a senior debt service coverage ratio of at least 2.50x over the Rate Proposal period. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-25 4.9 Cost of Service Analysis The basic principle in the establishment of cost of service rates is to achieve general fairness in the recovery of costs from various classes of customers. The approach used in this Study is based on the principles endorsed by the Water Environment Federation (WEF), which allows the District to demonstrate rates have not been set in an arbitrary manner and one class of customer is not subsidizing another to an unjustifiable extent, or in a manner that is not approved and supported by the District. It is common for utilities to use a test year when performing a cost of service study. FY21 is being used as the cost of service test year for all subsequent tables presented in this report. Test year refers to the year used to design rates. For FY22 through FY24, across-the-board rate increases have been applied to the base service and volume charges with the understanding that the test year is representative of operating conditions for the next few years. Compliance charges and high strength surcharges are projected to increase consistent with future operating cost increases. The cost of service process begins with the total District expenditures for the test year. WW system costs have been allocated between customer classes based on their estimated demand requirements and recognizing the different costs associated with serving different customer classes. Factors considered in determining service requirements include the volume of WW contributed, peak WW contributions, WW strength, number of accounts and the relative responsibility for infiltration/inflow entering the WW sewer system. Figure 4-7 presents a schematic of the general steps involved in a cost of service process. As seen in Figure 4-7, the cost of service process takes the total District costs and allocates those costs between WW and SW services. The allocation of WW costs to functions and customer classes is discussed in greater detail in the remainder of Section 4. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-26 Figure 4-7 – Cost of Service Process SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-27 4.9.1 Cost Allocations As mentioned previously, the test year for performing the cost of service analysis is FY21. Revenue requirements identified as part of the Rate Proposal were used as the basis for the cost of service allocations and were shown in Table 4-10. The cost of service methodology necessitated that the revenue requirements be allocated into functional categories presented in Figure 4-7. The revenue requirements were allocated to the functional categories based on allocation factors developed by District staff using available data, and generally accepted industry practices, and were then reviewed to ensure the appropriate allocation factors were applied. For example, operating costs for the customer service center were allocated to customer service and billing; costs for operating the treatment plants were allocated to treatment; and collection costs were allocated between collection and conveyance. General and administrative cost elements are allocated based on the weighted average allocation of the direct costs. Capital costs (debt service requirements and rate-funded capital) were allocated based on the allocation of the District’s fixed assets, and not on the allocation of specific debt issuances. The estimated test year FY21 plant investment consists of assets in service as of June 30, 2018, and the estimated costs of proposed capital improvements to be placed in service through the FY21 test year. Total plant investment, on an original cost less accumulated depreciation basis, was allocated to functional cost components. For example, the investment in the sanitary sewer system, consisting of mains and pumping stations, is related to maximum rates of flow and is allocated to the capacity cost component. Test year plant investment in WW facilities on an original cost less depreciation value basis is projected to total $2.47 billion in FY21. The allocation of total plant investment is used as the basis to allocate total routine capital improvements, cash-financed capital, and annual debt service requirements. The test year cost of service to be recovered by the District is equal to $450.8 million with operating expenses equal to $182.6 million and capital costs equal to $268.2 million, as shown in Table 4-11. The allocations of these costs to each functional category are also shown in Table 4-12. These costs are offset by miscellaneous revenue sources to arrive at the net functional category costs that are used to develop unit costs of service. The detailed allocations and calculations performed can be followed in the electronic rate model. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-28 Table 4-11 – FY21 Test Year Cost Allocation Results 4.9.2 Cost Classification The functionalized costs are next allocated to their cost components in accordance with how the facilities are designed. In this step of the cost of service process, costs are apportioned to the functional cost drivers of volume, capacity, compliance, WW strength, and customer and billing. The separation of costs into functional cost components provides a means for distributing such costs to the various cost drivers on the basis of respective responsibilities for each particular type of service. The following are the principal functional cost components: - Volume Costs are those which vary directly with the quantity of WW contributed and include capital costs related to investment in system facilities sized on the basis of WW volume and O&M expense related to those facilities. - Capacity Costs are related to facilities that are designed to meet the maximum or peak rates of WW flow. - Compliance Costs are those incurred running the commercial monitoring and compliance program. - Customer & Billing Costs are related to the costs of customer service functions, such as billing and support, collections, etc. - WW Strength Costs (TSS/BOD/COD) consist of the O&M and capital costs related to system facilities that are designed principally on the basis of the quantity of pollutants in the WW. Strength costs are further separated into biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and total suspended solids (TSS) related costs. The District also monitors chemical oxygen demand (COD) at the treatment plant and for certain high strength customers. Since historic data has consistently indicated a stable relationship between Functional Categories Operating Capital Total 1. Collection 48,255,899$ 119,580,295$ 167,836,194$ 2. Conveyance 18,289,540 77,606,522 95,896,061 3. Treatment 55,188,714 66,736,006 121,924,720 4. Compliance 4,399,249 - 4,399,249 5. Customer 17,724,871 - 17,724,871 6. WW General & Admin 47,573,367 5,843,032 53,416,399 --- 7.Subtotal: Functional Categories 191,431,640$ 269,765,855$ 461,197,495$ 8. Less: Miscellaneous Revenue Offsets (8,832,819) (1,524,120) (10,356,939) --- 9.Total: Net Functional Category Costs 182,598,820$ 268,241,735$ 450,840,555$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-29 BOD and COD loadings, the COD and BOD surcharge units of service are combined as equivalent BOD units and presented as a single functional cost component. Other operating and non-operating revenues are used to offset the allocated costs of service and are therefore deducted from total test year revenue requirements at this point. The net results of the cost classification are presented in Table 4-13. Additional detail behind specific allocation factors and support can be found in the electronic rate model. Table 4-12 – FY21 Test Year Cost Classification Summary 4.9.3 District-wide Cost of Service Summary The subsequent step in the cost of service process is using customer class units of service to allocate the classified costs (Table 4-12) to specific customer classes. Before discussing these steps, the District-wide cost of service results are presented. Table 4-13 presents the allocation of total District costs and revenue offsets into operating and capital components. For the test year FY21, approximately 40% of total annual revenue needs are related to operating expenses and the remaining 60% is due to capital expenditures. Costs of Service Volume Capacity Compliance Customer & Billing TSS BOD Total Operating Costs 1. Collection (1) 4,678,830$ 37,430,641$ -$ 4,096,158$ -$ -$ 46,205,629$ 2. Conveyance (1) 3,546,661 14,186,643 - - - - 17,733,304 3. Treatment 24,287,717 2,824,153 - - 10,345,319 16,500,690 53,957,880 4. Compliance 682,473 255,927 2,199,624 448,111 341,236 350,751 4,278,124 5. Billing & Customer - - - 15,045,593 - - 15,045,593 6. WW General & Admin 10,977,682 18,088,204 727,407 6,478,291 3,534,002 5,572,706 45,378,291 ------- 7.Subtotal: Operating Costs 44,173,363$ 72,785,569$ 2,927,032$ 26,068,153$ 14,220,557$ 22,424,147$ 182,598,820$ Capital Costs 8. Collection (1) 23,769,847$ 95,079,388$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 118,849,235$ 9. Conveyance (1) 15,426,414 61,705,656 - - - - 77,132,070 10. Treatment 30,105,548 3,500,645 - - 12,823,416 20,020,802 66,450,410 11. Compliance - - - - - - - 12. Billing & Customer - - - - - - - 13. WW General & Admin 1,534,284 3,548,592 - - 283,900 443,244 5,810,020 ------- 14.Subtotal: Capital Costs 70,836,093$ 163,834,281$ -$ -$ 13,107,315$ 20,464,046$ 268,241,735$ ------- 15.Total: Costs of Service 115,009,456$ 236,619,850$ 2,927,032$ 26,068,153$ 27,327,873$ 42,888,193$ 450,840,555$ 16.% of Total Costs 25.5% 52.5% 0.6% 5.8% 6.1% 9.5% 100.0% (1) Collection v. Conveyance is based on the ratio of 18" and larger pipe (conveyance) v. 15" and smaller (collection) SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-30 Table 4-13 – District Cost of Service Summary: Operating v. Capital District-wide Cost of Service Test Year: 2021 Operating Capital Total Revenue Requirements 1. Operating Expenses 191,431,640$ -$ 191,431,640$ 2. Annual Debt Service - 130,412,383 130,412,383 3. Routine Annual Capital Improvements - 7,190,293 7,190,293 4. Cash Financing of Major Capital Improvements - 160,289,651 160,289,651 5. Non-Recurring Projects & Studies - 5,966,508 5,966,508 6. Contributions to Operating Reserve - (34,092,981) (34,092,981) --- 7.Subtotal: Revenue Requirements 191,431,640$ 269,765,855$ 461,197,495$ Less Revenue Requirements met from Other Sources 8. Billing Adjustment (2,438,815)$ -$ (2,438,815)$ 9. Other Fees (2,207,000) - (2,207,000) 10. Miscellaneous Revenue (3,987,005) - (3,987,005) 11. Non-Operating Revenue (200,000) (300,000) (500,000) 12. Connection Fee Revenue - (1,224,120) (1,224,120) --- 13.Subtotal: Revenue Requirements met from Other Sources (8,832,819)$ (1,524,120)$ (10,356,939)$ 14.Total: Net Costs to be Recovered from Charges 182,598,820$ 268,241,735$ 450,840,555$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-31 4.9.4 Development of Customer Class Units of Service The total cost responsibility for each customer class is determined by developing WW system unit costs of service for each cost component and applying these unit costs to the respective service requirements of each customer class. In accomplishing this, each customer class is allocated a share of volume, capacity, strength and customer costs for which it is responsible. Customers are divided into customer classes that represent a particular type of service requirement or load on the system. The residential customer class includes residents living in single family and multi-family dwellings. The non-residential class includes all customers not included in the residential class such as commercial, government, industrial etc. WW strengths in excess of the normal WW strength thresholds, which are contributed by a portion of the non-residential class, are segregated into a separate surcharge customer group. The determination of customer class responsibility for costs of service requires that the customer classes be allocated a portion of the volume, capacity, strength and customer costs of service according to their respective service requirements. Service requirements or units of service for the respective customer classes are developed in Table 4-14 for FY21. Annual contributed WW volume and number of bills are based on the projected number of WW customers served by the District according to the growth assumptions identified in Section 4.2. As previously discussed, billable WW volume for unmetered residential customers is based on water usage as determined by indoor water usage attributes. Billable WW volume for metered residential customers is based on water usage as measured during the best equated period, and billable WW volume for all non-residential customers is based on measured water usage less exemption allowances for water not contributed to the sewer system. Infiltration/inflow (I/I) includes flow entering the sewer system from illegal roof and foundation drains, groundwater infiltration through sewer service pipe and main joints and SW runoff or inflow from the combined sewer system. District-wide I/I is approximately 59% of the total WW flow reaching the treatment plants on an annual basis. Each customer class should bear its proportionate share of the costs associated with I/I, as the WW system must be adequate to convey and process the total WW flow. The amount of I/I to be recovered directly from WW service charges is assigned to customer classes on the premise that 40% of the total is distributed on the basis of the number of customers within each class, with the remaining 60% allocated on the basis of contributed WW volume. These percentages are based on independent engineering studies completed in January 2005 by CDM and presented in the February 2007 WW and SW Rate Proposal. There are no known changes in the system that would significantly change this assumption. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-32 The responsibility for collection system capacity related costs varies with the peak flow of both contributed WW and infiltration/inflow attributable to each customer class. Contributed flows are estimated to have a peak to average flow ratio of 1.21 times, while the I/I is estimated to have a peak to average flow ratio of 3.72 times the average flow for I/I. The BOD and TSS responsibility of each customer class is based on average strength concentrations and contributed WW volume for each class. Recent operational statistics for the existing WW treatment plants indicate that the average influent strength of WW is 100 milligrams per liter (mg/l) for BOD and 170 mg/l for suspended solids. Deducting allowances for I/I and excess strength units subject to surcharge from the total WW strength units, results in an average contributed WW strength of approximately 275 mg/l for BOD and 200 mg/l for suspended solids. Average contributed WW strengths are estimated to be the same for all customer classes recognizing that the type of residential and non-residential development in the District suggests that differences in average WW strengths among the classes are not likely to be significant. Customer billing and collection costs are distributed to customer classes on the basis of the number of bills for each customer class. Environmental compliance costs are based on a five-tier system to recover costs more equitably from non-residential customers. To allocate costs for this proposed rate structure, non-residential customers must be expressed in terms of equivalent bills. Equivalent bills are used to equate relative cost responsibility of higher tier customers to those of Tier 1 customers. For example, one Tier 5 customer pays the equivalent compliance charge of fifty Tier 1 customers. The units of service are presented in Table 4-14. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-33 Table 4-14 – Wastewater Units of Service 4.9.5 Distribution of Costs to Customer Classes The costs of service to be recovered from WW charges include net O&M costs and total net capital costs from Table 4-13. These costs are distributed to the various customer classes by application of the unit costs of service to respective service requirements as shown in Table 4-15. Unit costs of service for each functional cost component are based on the total cost divided by the total applicable units of service (line 1 in Table 4-15). Applying these common unit costs of service to the respective service requirements of each customer class determines the total allocated cost of service for each class. COS Units of Service Development Contributed Contributed Contributed Loadings Test Year: FY 2021 Volume Capacity TSS BOD No. of Bills ccf ccf lbs lbs Annual Compliance Eq Metered Customers 1. Single Family 19,920,930 24,104,325 34,199,605 24,872,440 3,655,980 - 2. Multi-Family 8,818,338 10,670,189 15,139,036 11,010,208 251,048 - 3. Non-Residential Customers 22,484,472 27,206,211 52,157,571 41,723,411 290,224 660,017 ------ 4.Subtotal: Metered Customers 51,223,740 61,980,725 101,496,212 77,606,059 4,197,252 660,017 Unmetered Customers (1) 5. Single Family 6,002,165 7,262,620 10,304,322 7,494,052 681,192 - 6. Multi-Family 3,910,984 4,732,291 6,714,250 4,883,091 253,035 - 7. Non-Residential - - - - - - ------ 8.Subtotal: Unmetered Customers 9,913,149 11,994,910 17,018,572 12,377,143 934,227 - Infiltration & Inflow 9. Local Collection System 73,872,782 274,806,749 46,117,233 4,611,723 - - 10. Conveyance Interceptors 15,561,579 57,889,073 9,714,768 971,477 - - ------ 11.Subtotal: Infiltration & Inflow 89,434,361 332,695,822 55,832,001 5,583,200 - - Total Wastewater Volume 12. Single Family 25,923,095 31,366,945 44,503,927 32,366,492 4,337,172 - 13. Multi-Family 12,729,322 15,402,480 21,853,286 15,893,299 504,083 - 14. Non-Residential 22,484,472 27,206,211 52,157,571 41,723,411 290,224 660,017 15.Infiltration & Inflow 89,434,361 332,695,822 55,832,001 5,583,200 - - ------ 16.Total: Wastewater Volume 150,571,250 406,671,457 174,346,785 95,566,403 5,131,479 660,017 SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-34 Table 4-15 – Development of Wastewater Unit Costs of Service After identifying the unit costs of service for each of the system functions, the costs are allocated to specific customer classes based on the proportionate demand each places on the system. The development of costs allocable to each customer class is presented in Table 4-16. In developing this allocation, the I/I costs have been redistributed to each customer class based on the proportional share of the system (both on an account and volumetric basis). Cost of Service Volume Capacity Compliance Customer & Billing TSS BOD Total 1. Units of Service 150,571,250 406,671,457 660,017 5,131,479 174,346,785 95,566,403 - Units ccf ccf Compl Eq Bills Total Bills lbs TSS lbs BOD - Operating Costs 2. Collection 4,678,830$ 37,430,641$ -$ 4,096,158$ -$ -$ 46,205,629$ 3. Conveyance 3,546,661 14,186,643 - - - - 17,733,304 4. Treatment 24,287,717 2,824,153 - - 10,345,319 16,500,690 53,957,880 5. Compliance 682,473 255,927 2,199,624 448,111 341,236 350,751 4,278,124 6. Billing & Customer - - - 15,045,593 - - 15,045,593 7. WW General & Admin 10,977,682 18,088,204 727,407 6,478,291 3,534,002 5,572,706 45,378,291 ------- 8.Subtotal: Operating Costs 44,173,363$ 72,785,569$ 2,927,032$ 26,068,153$ 14,220,557$ 22,424,147$ 182,598,820$ Capital Costs 9. Collection 23,769,847$ 95,079,388$ -$ -$ -$ -$ 118,849,235$ 10. Conveyance 15,426,414 61,705,656 - - - - 77,132,070 11. Treatment 30,105,548 3,500,645 - - 12,823,416 20,020,802 66,450,410 12. Compliance - - - - - - - 13. Billing & Customer - - - - - - - 14. WW General & Admin 1,534,284 3,548,592 - - 283,900 443,244 5,810,020 ------- 15.Subtotal: Capital Costs 70,836,093$ 163,834,281$ -$ -$ 13,107,315$ 20,464,046$ 268,241,735$ ------- 16.Total: Costs of Service 115,009,456$ 236,619,850$ 2,927,032$ 26,068,153$ 27,327,873$ 42,888,193$ 450,840,555$ % of Total Costs 25.5% 52.5% 0.6% 5.8% 6.1% 9.5% 100.0% Unit Costs ($/unit) 17. Operating Unit Costs $ 0.2934 $ 0.1790 $ 4.4348 $ 5.0800 $ 0.0816 $ 0.2346 18. Capital Unit Costs $ 0.4704 $ 0.4029 $ 0.0000 $ 0.0000 $ 0.0752 $ 0.2141------ 19.Total: Unit Costs $ 0.7638 $ 0.5818 $ 4.4348 $ 5.0800 $ 0.1567 $ 0.4488 SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-35 Table 4-16 – Allocation of Wastewater Costs of Service to Customer Classes Once the costs have been allocated to each customer class, the allocated costs are compared to the level of revenue recovery under the approved rates for FY20 to determine the magnitude of indicated revenue increases for each customer class that provides equitable and sufficient revenue recovery. The comparison presented in Table 4-17 shows that an overall revenue increase of 2.62% is needed to meet the revenue requirements in FY21. These increases are projected with slight variations to each customer class based on the cost of service results. The specific rates recommended to meet the cost of service results are presented in section 4.10.2. Volume Capacity Compliance Customer & Billing TSS BOD Total 1. Calculated Unit Costs 0.7638$ 0.5818$ 4.4348$ 5.0800$ 0.1567$ 0.4488$ Units ccf ccf Compl Eq Bills Total Bills lbs TSS lbs BOD Single Family Metered Units of Service 2. Sanitary Contributions 19,920,930 24,104,325 - 3,655,980 34,199,605 24,872,440 3. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 42,972,258 159,856,799 - - 26,826,682 2,682,668 4.Subtotal: Metered Units of Service 62,893,188 183,961,124 - 3,655,980 61,026,287 27,555,108 5. Allocated Costs 48,039,126$ 107,036,904$ -$ 18,572,549$ 9,565,525$ 12,366,153$ 195,580,258$ Unmetered Units of Service 6. Sanitary Contributions 6,002,165 7,262,620 - 681,192 10,304,322 7,494,052 7. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 10,017,058 37,263,455 - - 6,253,440 625,344 8.Subtotal: Unmetered Units of Service 16,019,223 44,526,074 - 681,192 16,557,761 8,119,396 9. Allocated Costs 12,235,816$ 25,907,284$ -$ 3,460,487$ 2,595,335$ 3,643,814$ 47,842,737$ Multi-Family Metered Units of Service 10. Sanitary Contributions 8,818,338 10,670,189 - 251,048 15,139,036 11,010,208 11. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 9,490,130 35,303,282 - - 5,924,489 592,449 12.Subtotal: Metered Units of Service 18,308,468 45,973,471 - 251,048 21,063,525 11,602,657 13. Allocated Costs 13,984,389$ 26,749,445$ -$ 1,275,336$ 3,301,589$ 5,207,029$ 50,517,787$ Unmetered Units of Service 14. Sanitary Contributions 3,910,984 4,732,291 - 253,035 6,714,250 4,883,091 15. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 5,196,736 19,331,856 - - 3,244,213 324,421 16.Subtotal: Unmetered Units of Service 9,107,720 24,064,147 - 253,035 9,958,464 5,207,512 17. Allocated Costs 6,956,666$ 14,001,609$ -$ 1,285,430$ 1,560,933$ 2,337,022$ 26,141,660$ Non-Residential Metered Units of Service 18. Sanitary Contributions 22,484,472 27,206,211 660,017 290,224 52,157,571 41,723,411 19. Infiltration/Inflow Allocation 21,758,180 80,940,430 - - 13,583,177 1,358,318 20.Subtotal: Metered Units of Service 44,242,652 108,146,641 660,017 290,224 65,740,747 43,081,729 21. Allocated Costs 33,793,459$ 62,924,608$ 2,927,032$ 1,474,351$ 10,304,490$ 19,334,174$ 130,758,114$ SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-36 Table 4-17 Comparison of Existing Revenue to Wastewater Cost of Service 4.10 Wastewater Rate Adjustments The principal consideration in designing WW rate schedules is to establish charges to customers that are reasonably commensurate with the cost of providing WW service. Theoretically, the only method of assessing entirely equitable charges for WW service would be determination of each customer’s bill based upon the customer’s particular service requirements. Since this is impractical for the thousands of customers served by the District, schedules of rates are normally designed to meet average conditions for groups of customers having similar service requirements. Practicality also requires that rates be reasonably simple to apply, recover costs proportionately from all classes and be subject to as few misinterpretations as possible. 4.10.1 Existing Wastewater Rates The FY 19 schedule of rates for WW service shown in Table 4-1 became effective on July 1, 2018. The rates consist of base service charges, a variable volume charge, and extra strength surcharges for BOD in excess of 300 mg/l or COD in excess of 600 mg/l and suspended solids in excess of 300 mg/l. The base service charges include a billing and collection component and a system availability component that are applicable to all customer classes and a tiered compliance charge that is applicable only to non-residential customers. The variable volume charge is determined by Test Year: 2021 Total Revenue Under Indicated % Cost of Service Approved FY20 Rates Change Req'd Metered Customers 1. Single Family 195,580,258$ 192,363,894$ 1.67% 2. Multi-Family 50,517,787 49,532,536 1.99% 3. Non-Residential 130,758,114 125,680,754 4.04%--- 4.Subtotal: Metered Customers 376,856,159$ 367,577,184$ 2.52% Unmetered Customers 5. Single Family 47,842,737$ 46,578,547 2.71% 6. Multi-Family 26,141,660 25,191,705 3.77%--- 7.Subtotal: Unmetered Customers 73,984,397$ 71,770,252$ 3.09% Total System 8. Single Family 243,422,995$ 238,942,441$ 1.88% 9. Multi-Family 76,659,446 74,724,241 2.59% 10. Non-Residential 130,758,114 125,680,754 4.04% 11. Infiltration & Inflow - - ---- 12.Subtotal: Total System 450,840,555$ 439,347,436$ 2.62% SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-37 a rate ($/Ccf) multiplied by the amount of each customer’s water usage. The same rate is used for all customers, but water usage is determined depending on whether the customer is metered or unmetered. For metered customers, water usage is measured in Ccfs and the charge is expressed on a per Ccf basis. For unmetered customers, water usage is determined by each customer’s attributes (as converted to Ccfs) and the charge is expressed on a per attribute basis. 4.10.2 Impact on Customer Classes with Proposed Wastewater Rates The proposed WW rates presented in Table 4-18 were developed using a rate model and are based on cost of service and policy considerations. These rates are assumed to be effective on July 1, 2020 (upon commencement of the District’s FY21). Table 4-18 shows a comparison between existing FY19 rates, rates approved for FY20, proposed test year FY21, and WW rates proposed for FY22 through FY24. Table 4-18 Proposed Wastewater User Charges Historical Approved Proposed #Type of Charge FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Effective Date 7/1/2018 7/1/2019 7/1/2020 7/1/2021 7/1/2022 7/1/2023 Base Charge ($/Bill) 1. Billing & Collection Charge $ 6.67 $ 7.38 $ 5.11 $ 5.31 $ 5.51 $ 5.72 2. System Availability Charge $ 17.16 $ 18.97 $ 21.40 $ 22.21 $ 23.05 $ 23.92------ 3. Total: Base Charge (Residential) $ 23.83 $ 26.35 $ 26.51 $ 27.52 $ 28.56 $ 29.64 Compliance Charge ($/Bill) (a) 4. Tier 1 $ 3.05 $ 3.14 $ 4.44 $ 4.55 $ 4.71 $ 4.85 5. Tier 2 $ 60.89 $ 62.61 $ 62.16 $ 63.64 $ 65.80 $ 67.67 6. Tier 3 $ 133.96 $ 137.75 $ 133.20 $ 136.37 $ 140.99 $ 144.98 7. Tier 4 $ 197.91 $ 203.49 $ 177.60 $ 181.83 $ 187.98 $ 193.30 8. Tier 5 $ 258.79 $ 266.10 $ 222.00 $ 227.29 $ 234.98 $ 241.63 9. Total Non-Residential Service Charge (b) $ 26.88 $ 29.49 $ 30.95 $ 32.07 $ 33.27 $ 34.49 Volume Charge 10. Metered ($/ccf) $ 4.40 $ 4.87 $ 5.02 $ 5.21 $ 5.41 $ 5.62 Unmetered ($/Bill per fixture) 11. Per Room $ 2.61 $ 2.89 $ 2.97 $ 3.09 $ 3.21 $ 3.34 12. Per Water Closet $ 9.70 $ 10.72 $ 11.07 $ 11.49 $ 11.93 $ 12.38 13. Per Bath $ 8.08 $ 8.93 $ 9.23 $ 9.58 $ 9.94 $ 10.32 14. Per Separate Shower $ 8.08 $ 8.93 $ 9.23 $ 9.58 $ 9.94 $ 10.32 Extra Strength Surcharges ($/ton) (a) 15. Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l $ 277.03 $ 283.87 $ 314.00 $ 321.47 $ 332.35 $ 341.76 16. Biochemical Oxygen Demand over 300 mg/l $ 691.50 $ 708.56 $ 898.00 $ 919.37 $ 950.46 $ 977.36 17. Chemical Oxygen Demand over 600 mg/l $ 345.76 $ 354.30 $ 449.00 $ 459.69 $ 475.24 $ 488.69 ccf = hundred cubic feet (approx. 748 gallons) mg/l = milligram per liter (a) Applicable only to non-residential customers. (b) Total for base service charge and Tier 1 compliance (line 3 + line 4) SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-38 4.10.3 Customer Assistance Charges The District provides a 50% discount on WW service charges for low-income residential customers participating in the MSD Customer Assistance Program (CAP) based on established District policy. The current customer participation is approximately 4,200 customer accounts or 1% of the District’s total number of single family and multi-family (up to 6 units) ratepayers. Figure 4-8 shows the historical 5-year trend in the program, and the program guidelines are presented in Table 4-19. Figure 4-8 – Customer Assistance Program Participants Table 4-19 – CAP Poverty Guidelines Persons in Family HHS Poverty Guidelines Annual Income @ 200% (CAP Eligible) Annual Income @ 250% (CAP Eligible Elderly) 1 $ 12,490 $ 24,980 $ 31,225 2 $ 16,910 $ 33,820 $ 42,275 3 $ 21,330 $ 42,660 $ 53,325 4 $ 25,755 $ 51,510 $ 64,388 5 $ 30,170 $ 60,340 $ 75,425 6 $ 34,590 $ 69,180 $ 86,475 7 $ 39,010 $ 78,020 $ 97,525 8 $ 43,430 $ 86,860 $ 107,575 For each additional person, add $ 4,420 $ 8,840 $ 11,050 SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-39 The first CAP rate was adopted by the Board of Trustees in 1993 by Ordinance 9031. Since that time numerous changes have been made to the program to remain current with the changing demographics of MSD ratepayers. Current policy defines CAP eligibility as residential customers with household income for the previous year less than 200% of the most recent Health and Human Services (HHS) poverty guidelines by household size and less than 250% for disabled individuals or those ages 62 or older. Table 4-19 shows household income limits by family size used to check a customer’s eligibility to participate in the CAP as of the date of this report. The District’s eligibility criteria includes Multi-Family residential customers residing in Multi-Family housing consisting of six units or less. In November 2014 the MSD Board approved a one-time 50% reduction in any outstanding service charges for those accepted into the program. These changes were made to assist the District’s continuing efforts to increase the number of customers participating in the program. Considerable focused outreach efforts are also a significant component of promoting the CAP. Examples of these efforts can be found in Appendix 7.6. The cost impact of the District’s current CAP program on a typical single family residential customer not eligible for assistance and discharging 6 Ccf per month of WW is expected to be about $0.25, or 0.43% per month of the District’s FY21 WW service charge revenue. This impact is calculated by dividing the revenue reduction associated by the CAP proposed WW rates by the general WW service volume. The impact of the change in eligibility requirements is expected to increase participation in subsequent years as the District continues to actively promote this program and increase the number of qualified low-income customers. 4.10.4 Excess Strength Wastewater Surcharges The proposed WW volume charges shown in Table 4-18 are designed to recover costs for volume associated with normal strength contributed WW. To provide for the recovery of costs associated with above average strength contributions, an extra strength surcharge rate is applied to WW loadings that exceed normal strength limits of 300 mg/l for suspended solids and 300 mg/l for BOD or 600 mg/l for COD. Cost of service based rates for excess strength WW are equal to the unit costs shown on lines 15-17, of Table 4-18 and are expressed on a cost per ton basis. The cost of service analysis indicates a significant increase in the surcharge rates for BOD, COD, and TSS. This increase is caused by several factors, most significantly that the capital cost allocated to these functional categories increased by approximately 70% from FY 2017 to the test year of FY 2021 while units of service for BOD and COD decreased by 7% and TSS decreased by 5% over the same period. These factors result in an increase in rates that is larger than other rate components. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-40 4.10.5 Compliance Charge Costs incurred by the District to monitor the quality of WW volume from non-residential customers is recovered by a 5-tier structure of compliance charges. This tiered system allocates costs to customers in proportion to the number of inspections and sophistication of monitoring required. The total cost to monitor customers in this regulatory required compliance program is based on estimates by District environmental compliance program staff.  Tier 1 – Non-Residential Customers Not Subject to Inspections with no Sample Point.  Tier 2 – Non-Residential Customers Subject to Inspections with No Sample Point  Tier 3 – Non-Residential Customers Subject to Inspections with One Sample Point  Tier 4 – Non-Residential Customers Subject to Inspections with Two Sample Points.  Tier 5 – Non-Residential Customers Subject to Inspections with Three or More Sample Points 95% of the District’s non-residential customers are classified as Tier 1. For rate design purposes, customers in the other 4 tiers are based on an equivalent basis with Tier 1 customers by dividing their respective unit costs by the unit cost indicated for Tier 1 customers. Multiplying these cost ratios by the Tier 1 rate derives the proposed compliance rates shown in lines 4-8 of Table 4-18. Tier 1 non-residential customers currently pay $3.05 per month, and the approved charge for FY20 is $3.14 per month. Under the Proposed rates this charge increases to $4.44 per month in FY21. 4.10.6 Wastewater Revenue under Proposed Rates A comparison of allocated cost of service results for FY21 with WW revenue under the existing rates is shown in Table 4-17. As indicated, revenues under the previously approved rates are inadequate to meet the total revenue requirements. The recommended rates presented in Table 4-18 adequately recover the total cost of service, and equitably recover the allocated cost of service from each customer class. The allocation of these costs was adjusted to reflect current volume and costs. The District has not changed its rate structure in determining this re-allocation. In addition to the recovery of cost of service, the proposed rates have been designed to support the financial requirements of the system as identified throughout this Section. Table 4-20 presents a comparison under the recommended rates to the allocated costs of service. SECTION 4 – PROPOSED WASTEWATER RATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 4-41 Table 4-20 – Comparison of Revenue under Proposed Rates to Cost of Service Test Year: 2021 Total Revenue Under Difference Under Cost of Service Proposed Rates Proposed Rates Metered Customers 1. Single Family 195,580,258$ 195,916,815$ 0.17% 2. Multi-Family 50,517,787 50,894,889 0.75% 3. Non-Residential 130,758,114 130,623,635 -0.10%--- 4.Subtotal: Metered Customers 376,856,159$ 377,435,339$ 0.15% Unmetered Customers 5. Single Family 47,842,737$ 47,580,842$ -0.55% 6. Multi-Family 26,141,660 26,099,020 -0.16%--- 7.Subtotal: Unmetered Customers 73,984,397$ 73,679,862$ -0.41% Total System 8. Single Family 243,422,995$ 243,497,657$ 0.03% 9. Multi-Family 76,659,446 76,993,909 0.44% 10. Non-Residential 130,758,114 130,623,635 -0.10% 11. Infiltration & Inflow - - ---- 12.Subtotal: Total System 450,840,555$ 451,115,201$ 0.06% SECTION 5 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-1 OVERALL CUSTOMER IMPACTS The District must generate annual revenues that are sufficient to meet the current operating, capital, and financial policy requirements to support the WW service level. Section 4 identified the individual Rate Proposals for WW rates that are sufficient to meet its needs. District customers will be asked to support the utility and it is important to understand the potential impacts to District customers from the WW utility. 5.1 Typical Wastewater Bills by Customer Class Table 5-1 presents a comparison of typical WW service bills under existing rates, rates currently approved through FY20, and under the proposed FY21 through FY24 rates, for various billable WW volumes and customer classes. As indicated by this table, the monthly bill for a typical single family residential customer contributing 6 Ccf of WW each month to the sewer system is projected to increase by $7.79 from FY20 to FY24. Table 5-1 Typical Wastewater Bills SECTION 5 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-2 Billable WW volumes for unmetered customers are derived from volumes attributed to household attributes. Based on a prior study of unmetered customers, the most common or “typical” unmetered customer was one with five rooms, one water closet and one bath. The volume associated with a customer with these housing attributes is very close to the billable volume of a typical metered residential customer. Table 5-2 presents sample unmetered bill impacts. The WW bill for a typical unmetered residential customer would increase by $8.59 from FY20 to FY24. Table 5-2. Typical Unmetered Wastewater Bills Figure 5-1 presents the average Residential and Non-Residential WW bills for the largest 50 U.S. cities. Historical Information Approved Projected FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Unmetered Wastewater Bills 1. 3 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 0 Shower $ 40.34 $ 44.63 $ 49.44 $ 54.67 $ 55.72 $ 57.86 $ 60.06 $ 62.36 2. 5 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 0 Shower $ 44.58 $ 49.33 $ 54.66 $ 60.45 $ 61.66 $ 64.04 $ 66.48 $ 69.04 % Change 3.5% 10.7% 10.8% 10.6% 2.0% 3.9% 3.8% 3.9% 3. 6 Rooms, 1 WC, 1 Bath, 1 Shower $ 53.30 $ 58.98 $ 65.35 $ 72.27 $ 73.86 $ 76.71 $ 79.63 $ 82.70 4. 8 Rooms, 2 WC, 2 Bath, 0 Shower $ 65.46 $ 72.44 $ 80.27 $ 88.77 $ 90.87 $ 94.38 $ 97.98 $ 101.76 5. 16 Rooms, 4 WC, 4 Bath, 0 Shower $ 111.46 $ 123.36 $ 136.71 $ 151.19 $ 155.23 $ 161.24 $ 167.40 $ 173.88 SECTION 5 – Customer Rate Impacts Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 5-3 Figure 5-1 Raftelis Bill Comparison Meter Size 5/8" 5/8" 3/4" 1" 2" Gallons 3740 5984 11221 74805 7480500 Ccf 5.0 Rank 8.0 Rank 15.0 Rank 100.0 Rank 10000.0 Rank Population Rank ($) ($) ($) ($) ($) Albuquerque 32 NM 11.40 49 16.45 48 28.22 44 174.10 44 17,128.35 43 Arlington 50 TX 30.71 25 41.36 24 66.24 32 378.84 29 35,620.11 29 Atlanta 40 GA 63.06 2 108.08 2 217.94 1 1,551.59 1 156,882.56 1 Austin 14 TX 49.82 8 79.64 6 149.22 5 679.80 9 66,960.78 9 Baltimore 21 MD 54.83 5 76.79 7 142.61 6 804.77 5 73,471.90 7 Boston 22 MA 37.32 15 59.71 12 111.97 9 746.48 7 74,647.91 6 Charlotte 17 NC 27.70 28 41.65 23 74.20 23 483.50 19 46,559.25 20 Chicago 3 IL 19.75 44 31.60 39 59.25 34 395.00 27 39,500.00 26 Cleveland 45 OH 41.58 12 62.72 8 112.05 8 711.01 8 70,472.66 8 Colorado Springs 41 CO 27.97 27 35.50 35 53.07 37 305.63 36 27,530.63 37 Columbus 15 OH 26.10 31 39.21 28 69.80 25 441.25 23 47,104.25 19 Dallas 9 TX 24.83 35 36.85 31 66.69 31 316.90 35 30,773.36 35 Denver 26 CO 29.19 26 39.31 27 69.10 27 368.16 31 33,835.68 31 Detroit 18 MI 34.89 16 53.67 15 99.29 11 634.98 11 62,628.72 12 El Paso 19 TX 24.69 36 30.42 41 43.79 40 225.83 41 19,193.27 42 Fort Worth 16 TX 26.20 30 38.02 30 65.90 33 267.80 39 25,728.30 38 Fresno 34 CA 25.75 32 25.75 43 25.75 45 197.30 43 19,730.00 41 Houston 4 TX 41.62 11 59.91 11 102.59 10 621.36 13 60,980.21 14 Indianapolis 12 IN 44.49 10 59.93 10 98.27 12 361.46 32 33,993.88 30 Jacksonville 11 FL 33.96 18 45.88 19 84.12 17 530.88 17 47,969.60 18 Kansas City 37 MO 58.50 4 82.02 5 136.90 7 1,116.20 3 109,026.20 3 Las Vegas 30 NV 20.50 42 20.50 45 20.50 49 - - Long Beach 36 CA 9.32 50 10.39 51 12.89 51 46.86 48 3,650.46 48 Los Angeles 2 CA 25.55 33 40.88 25 76.65 22 511.00 18 51,100.00 17 Louisville 27 KY 33.41 19 43.53 21 67.15 30 434.75 25 40,779.22 25 Memphis 20 TN 8.48 51 13.57 50 25.44 47 169.58 45 16,958.29 45 Mesa 38 AZ 25.18 34 29.98 42 44.96 39 219.07 42 20,066.33 40 Miami 44 FL 16.90 45 35.89 34 80.20 21 630.27 12 63,334.83 11 Milwaukee 28 WI 12.78 47 16.48 47 25.12 48 132.36 46 12,359.09 46 Minneapolis 48 MN 26.85 29 39.48 26 71.85 24 435.50 24 42,146.40 23 Nashville 25 TN 21.84 41 36.06 33 83.25 19 466.69 22 33,707.66 33 New York City 1 NY 31.00 23 49.60 17 93.00 14 620.00 14 62,000.00 13 Oakland 47 CA 12.12 48 15.72 49 25.55 46 125.72 47 11,966.12 47 Oklahoma City 31 OK 22.90 40 33.02 37 56.64 36 343.40 33 33,743.09 32 Omaha 42 NB 51.58 7 60.88 9 82.58 20 264.24 40 17,099.09 44 Philadelphia 5 PA 23.64 37 33.38 36 57.77 35 337.44 34 32,492.90 34 Phoenix 6 AZ 13.37 46 20.79 44 38.10 42 267.87 38 24,754.53 39 Portland 29 OR 52.20 6 83.52 4 156.60 4 1,068.57 4 103,672.17 4 Raleigh 43 NC 34.01 17 47.60 18 84.08 18 478.64 20 45,377.95 21 Sacramento 35 CA 19.85 43 19.85 46 19.85 50 - - San Antonio 7 TX 23.50 39 36.44 32 67.96 28 434.04 26 41,626.31 24 San Diego 5 CA 33.16 20 43.95 20 69.14 26 392.05 28 37,687.33 27 San Fransisco 13 CA 62.00 3 99.20 3 186.00 3 766.40 6 76,640.00 5 San Jose 10 CA 38.90 13 38.90 29 38.90 41 665.00 10 66,500.00 10 Seattle 23 WA 72.40 1 115.84 1 217.20 2 1,448.00 2 144,800.00 2 Tucson 33 CZ 31.15 22 42.03 22 67.44 29 375.90 30 36,303.00 28 Tulsa 46 OK 37.40 14 55.26 14 96.95 13 608.60 15 59,567.34 16 Virginia Beach 39 VA 30.81 24 30.81 40 30.81 43 39.32 117.98 Washington 24 DC 31.93 21 49.93 16 92.01 15 602.28 16 60,003.77 15 Wichita 49 KS 23.54 38 31.95 38 51.59 38 290.03 37 28,074.89 36 St. Louis MO 45.83 9 59.03 13 89.83 16 466.88 21 44,026.88 22 Median 29.19 39.48 69.14 434.04 39,500.00 Average 31.89 45.47 78.57 469.67 45,299.87 (a) Las Vegas and Virginia Beach Commercial Rates are based on the type of business and number of fixtures. Each customer will have a different rate. (b) Oklahoma City Rates are based on a meter multiplier. This must be combined with the base rate in order to bet an exact bill. (c ) Sacramento's commerical sewer rate is charged based on a factor associated with square footage, not consumption as in our analysis. (d) Half of Washington's combined Water and Sewer Metering Fee is included. Survey of Typical Monthly Wastewater Bill - 50 Largest US Cities Residential Small Medium Large Commercial Industrial Non-Residential SECTION 6 – Alternative Proposed Wastewater Rates Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-1 6.1 Alternative Proposed Wastewater Rates (without new bond authorization) The financial planning and rate design analyses presented in this report are contingent upon the authorization of $500 million of revenue bonds by District voters. If voters reject the District’s proposed revenue bond authorization, the District will be need to finance its major capital improvement program on a 100% PAYGO basis once current bonding authorization is depleted. In recognition of this possibility, financial analyses identical to those presented earlier in this proposal were used to reflect the impact of rates without the benefits of additional bond authorization. This is a proposed scenario to be reviewed and considered if the additional bond authorization is not approved by voters. The alternative rates also finance the entire CIRP previously presented by Table 4-7. The resulting rate components change to those shown in Table 6-3. This change results in a 1.9% increase in the FY21 average single family residential monthly bill, a 15% increase in FY22, a 17% increase in FY23 and a 13% increase in FY24. The typical single family customer bill throughout the Rate Proposal timeframe is presented in Table 6-4 and shows the impact of not using debt financing for the CIRP beyond what has already been authorized. Figure 6-1 –Wastewater Bill Comparison: Bonds v. No Bonds SECTION 6 – Alternative Proposed Wastewater Rates Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-2 Table 6-1 – CIRP Financing Plan: No Bonds Alternative Projected Projected Wastewater Construction Fund Cashflow FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 21 - FY 24 Subtotal 1.Beginning Year Balance 243,361,881$ 83,193,494$ -$ 1,707,391$ 97,939$ 48,465$ Sources of Funds 2. Senior Revenue Bond Proceeds - Par Amount - 60,580,000 128,525,000 74,430,000 116,000,000 71,400,000 390,355,000$ 3. Senior Revenue Bond Proceeds - Premium - 3,839,194 5,613,885 9,200,000 14,330,000 8,820,000 37,963,885 4. Cash Financing of Construction (PAYGO) 120,000,000 121,366,038 160,289,651 196,955,389 250,566,036 318,601,559 926,412,635 5. Capitalized Internal Labor 9,903,814 10,200,928 8,758,000 9,020,740 9,291,362 9,570,103 36,640,205 6. WIFIA Draw - 5,204,107 13,754,995 14,437,728 11,024,061 3,122,464 42,339,248 7. State Revolving Loan Proceeds 25,267,000 75,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 120,000,000 8. Grants & Contributions 629,397 657,040 685,899 716,027 747,480 780,317 2,929,724 9. Interest Income 5,850,000 6,870,000 7,170,000 6,930,000 7,800,000 8,880,000 30,780,000 ------- 10.Subtotal: Available Funds 405,012,091$ 366,910,802$ 354,797,430$ 343,397,275$ 439,856,879$ 451,222,908$ 1,587,420,697$ Uses of Funds 11. Major Capital Improvements (321,654,361)$ (365,817,200)$ (351,609,622)$ (342,274,337)$ (438,313,413)$ (450,161,081)$ (1,582,358,453)$ 12. Issuance Costs (164,236) (1,093,602) (1,480,416) (1,025,000) (1,495,000) (995,000) (4,995,416) 13. Debt Service Reserve Fund Deposits - - - - - - - #------- 14.Subtotal: Uses of Funds (321,818,597)$ (366,910,802)$ (353,090,038)$ (343,299,337)$ (439,808,413)$ (451,156,081)$ (1,587,353,869)$ 15.End of Year Balance 83,193,494$ -$ 1,707,391$ 97,939$ 48,465$ 66,828$ SECTION 6 – Alternative Proposed Wastewater Rates Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-3 Table 6-2 – No Bonds Scenario Financial Plan Projected Projected FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 21 - FY 24 Wastewater Revenue Subtotal 1. User Charge Revenue 399,900,957$ 440,937,370$ 453,279,370$ 520,846,341$ 609,185,429$ 688,899,259$ 2,272,210,399$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue 2. Investment Income 5,745,874$ 1,782,267$ 1,760,505$ 1,536,209$ 1,043,231$ 919,516$ 5,259,462 3. Other Pledged Revenue 6,133,500 6,145,500 6,157,620 6,169,861 6,182,225 6,194,712 24,704,418 ------- 4.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 11,879,374$ 7,927,767$ 7,918,125$ 7,706,071$ 7,225,456$ 7,114,228$ 29,963,880$ 5.Total: Wastewater Pledged Revenue 411,780,331$ 448,865,137$ 461,197,495$ 528,552,412$ 616,410,885$ 696,013,488$ 2,302,174,279$ % Change 10.2% 9.0% 2.7% 14.6% 16.6% 12.9% Wastewater Expenditures Operating Expenses 6. General Fund Operating Expenses (166,758,032)$ (168,795,383)$ (173,226,505)$ (177,237,606)$ (183,355,453)$ (188,431,423)$ (722,250,987) 7. Other Operating Expenses (10,940,068) (11,909,340) (18,205,135) (14,814,330) (15,462,081) (15,242,414) (63,723,960) ------- 8.Subtotal: Operating Expenses (177,698,100)$ (180,704,723)$ (191,431,640)$ (192,051,936)$ (198,817,534)$ (203,673,837)$ (785,974,947) 9.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 234,082,231$ 268,160,415$ 269,765,855$ 336,500,476$ 417,593,350$ 492,339,651$ 1,516,199,332$ Non-Operating Expenses Debt Service and Other Indebtedness Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (Accrued) 10. Existing (77,962,008)$ (78,123,917)$ (78,198,040)$ (77,923,075)$ (78,185,172)$ (78,085,875)$ (312,392,161) 11. Proposed - (1,768,719) (7,752,066) (15,714,769) (22,360,714) (27,975,193) (73,802,742) ------- 12.Subtotal: Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (77,962,008)$ (79,892,637)$ (85,950,106)$ (93,637,843)$ (100,545,886)$ (106,061,068)$ (386,194,903)$ SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (Accrued) 13. Existing (37,673,555)$ (37,741,217)$ (37,911,613)$ (39,182,514)$ (39,176,322)$ (39,257,083)$ (155,527,532) 14. Proposed - (4,037,431) (6,550,664) (8,017,556) (10,284,880) (12,564,211) (37,417,311) ------- 15.Subtotal: SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (37,673,555)$ (41,778,648)$ (44,462,277)$ (47,200,070)$ (49,461,202)$ (51,821,294)$ (192,944,843)$ ------- 16.Subtotal: Debt Service & Other Indebtedness (115,635,563)$ (121,671,285)$ (130,412,383)$ (140,837,914)$ (150,007,088)$ (157,882,362)$ (579,139,746)$ 17. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) (126,904,316)$ (128,408,441)$ (167,479,944)$ (204,296,679)$ (258,061,493)$ (326,254,420)$ (956,092,535) 18. Non-recurring Projects or Studies (5,382,019) (6,417,237) (5,966,508) (6,570,748) (6,691,362) (6,953,319) (26,181,938) 19. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - ------- 20.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses (247,921,899)$ (256,496,963)$ (303,858,836)$ (351,705,341)$ (414,759,943)$ (491,090,101)$ (1,561,414,220)$ 21.Total: Wastewater Expenditures (425,619,998)$ (437,201,686)$ (495,290,475)$ (543,757,277)$ (613,577,477)$ (694,763,937)$ (2,347,389,166)$ % Change 19.9% 2.7% 13.3% 9.8% 12.8% 13.2% 22.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1)(13,839,667)$ 11,663,451$ (34,092,981)$ (15,204,865)$ 2,833,408$ 1,249,550$ (45,214,887)$ Combined Operating Reserve 23. Beginning Balance (2) 96,033,178$ 82,193,511$ 93,856,963$ 59,763,982$ 44,559,117$ 47,392,525$ 24. Ending Balance (2) 82,193,511 93,856,963 59,763,982 44,559,117 47,392,525 48,642,075 Actual Debt Service 25. Senior Revenue Bonds 77,935,244$ 79,198,047$ 84,601,804$ 92,774,065$ 99,308,831$ 105,280,515$ 26. SRF Loans 37,412,561 40,862,151 43,951,772 45,479,749 48,240,247 50,592,446 ------ 27.Total: Debt Service 115,347,805$ 120,060,198$ 128,553,576$ 138,253,814$ 147,549,078$ 155,872,961$ Debt Service Coverage (3) 28. Senior Revenue Bonds (4)3.00 3.39 3.19 3.63 4.20 4.68 29. Total Debt (5)2.03 2.23 2.10 2.43 2.83 3.16 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve. (2) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 60 days of operating expenses (3) Adjusted for actual debt service (4) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.25x actual senior lien debt service (5) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.15x total actual debt service SECTION 6 – Alternative Proposed Wastewater Rates Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-4 Table 6-3 Alternative Wastewater Rates – No Bonds Historical Approved Proposed #Type of Charge FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Effective Date 7/1/2018 7/1/2019 7/1/2020 7/1/2021 7/1/2022 7/1/2023 Base Charge ($/Bill) 1. Billing & Collection Charge $ 6.67 $ 7.38 $ 5.11 $ 5.88 $ 6.88 $ 7.78 2. System Availability Charge $ 17.16 $ 18.97 $ 21.40 $ 24.61 $ 28.80 $ 32.55------ 3. Total: Base Charge (Residential) $ 23.83 $ 26.35 $ 26.51 $ 30.49 $ 35.68 $ 40.33 Compliance Charge ($/Bill) (a) 4. Tier 1 $ 3.05 $ 3.14 $ 4.44 $ 4.55 $ 4.71 $ 4.85 5. Tier 2 $ 60.89 $ 62.61 $ 62.16 $ 63.64 $ 65.80 $ 67.67 6. Tier 3 $ 133.96 $ 137.75 $ 133.20 $ 136.37 $ 140.99 $ 144.98 7. Tier 4 $ 197.91 $ 203.49 $ 177.60 $ 181.83 $ 187.98 $ 193.30 8. Tier 5 $ 258.79 $ 266.10 $ 222.00 $ 227.29 $ 234.98 $ 241.63 9. Total Non-Residential Service Charge (b) $ 26.88 $ 29.49 $ 30.95 $ 35.04 $ 40.39 $ 45.18 Volume Charge 10. Metered ($/ccf) $ 4.40 $ 4.87 $ 5.02 $ 5.78 $ 6.77 $ 7.66 Unmetered ($/Bill per fixture) 11. Per Room $ 2.61 $ 2.89 $ 2.97 $ 3.42 $ 4.01 $ 4.54 12. Per Water Closet $ 9.70 $ 10.72 $ 11.07 $ 12.74 $ 14.91 $ 16.85 13. Per Bath $ 8.08 $ 8.93 $ 9.23 $ 10.62 $ 12.43 $ 14.05 14. Per Separate Shower $ 8.08 $ 8.93 $ 9.23 $ 10.62 $ 12.43 $ 14.05 Extra Strength Surcharges ($/ton) (a) 15. Suspended Solids over 300 mg/l $ 277.03 $ 283.87 $ 314.00 $ 321.47 $ 332.35 $ 341.76 16. Biochemical Oxygen Demand over 300 mg/l $ 691.50 $ 708.56 $ 898.00 $ 919.37 $ 950.46 $ 977.36 17. Chemical Oxygen Demand over 600 mg/l $ 345.76 $ 354.30 $ 449.00 $ 459.69 $ 475.24 $ 488.69 ccf = hundred cubic feet (approx. 748 gallons) mg/l = milligram per liter (a) Applicable only to non-residential customers. (b) Total for base service charge and Tier 1 compliance (line 3 + line 4) SECTION 6 – Alternative Proposed Wastewater Rates Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 6-5 Table 6-4 Typical Wastewater Bills under No Bonds Alternative Historical Approved Projected FY 2019 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 Wastewater Bills Single Family Residential (Metered) 1. 1 ccf per month $ 28.23 $ 31.22 $ 31.53 $ 36.27 $ 42.45 $ 47.99 2. 5 ccf per month $ 45.83 $ 50.70 $ 51.61 $ 59.39 $ 69.53 $ 78.63 3. 6 ccf per month (Typical Customer) $ 50.23 $ 55.57 $ 56.63 $ 65.17 $ 76.30 $ 86.29 % Change 10.8% 10.6% 1.9% 15.1% 17.1% 13.1% 4. 10 ccf per month $ 67.83 $ 75.05 $ 76.71 $ 88.29 $ 103.38 $ 116.93 5. 15 ccf per month $ 89.83 $ 99.40 $ 101.81 $ 117.19 $ 137.23 $ 155.23 6. 20 ccf per month $ 111.83 $ 123.75 $ 126.91 $ 146.09 $ 171.08 $ 193.53 Multi-Family Residential (Metered) 7. 20 ccf per month $ 111.83 $ 123.75 $ 126.91 $ 146.09 $ 171.08 $ 193.53 8. 40 ccf per month $ 199.83 $ 221.15 $ 227.31 $ 261.69 $ 306.48 $ 346.73 9. 60 ccf per month $ 287.83 $ 318.55 $ 327.71 $ 377.29 $ 441.88 $ 499.93 Non-Residential (Normal Strength Wastewater) 10. 70 ccf per month $ 334.88 $ 370.39 $ 382.35 $ 439.64 $ 514.29 $ 581.38 11. 100 ccf per month $ 466.88 $ 516.49 $ 532.95 $ 613.04 $ 717.39 $ 811.18 12. 160 ccf per month $ 730.88 $ 808.69 $ 834.15 $ 959.84 $ 1,123.59 $ 1,270.78 Non-Residential (Excess Strength Wastewater) (1) 13. 70 ccf per month $ 538.43 $ 579.43 $ 602.01 $ 664.52 $ 746.78 $ 820.44 14. 100 ccf per month $ 694.64 $ 750.34 $ 782.91 $ 868.94 $ 981.95 $ 1,083.22 15. 160 ccf per month $ 982.86 $ 1,067.35 $ 1,114.41 $ 1,246.77 $ 1,420.22 $ 1,575.80 (1) The 70, 100, and 160 ccf bills assume excess strength of 150, 200, and 250 mg/l, respectively, of suspended solids and BOD. SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-1 APPENDICES Appendix Page Description 7.1 7-2 Key Proposal Assumptions 7.1.1 7-2 Inflation Assumptions 7.1.2 7-8 CIRP Appropriation Adjustments 7.2 7-13 Consent Decree Impact 7.2.1 7-13 Consent Decree Status 7.2.2 7-18 Detailed CIRP Project List 7.2.3 7-91 Detailed CIRP Project List – Not Regulatory or CD Related 7.2.4 7-92 Detailed CIRP Project List – Regulatory but not CD 7.3 7-97 Performance Metrics 7.3.1 7-97 Operational 7.3.2 7-100 Post Contact Survey Results 7.4 7-101 District Debt 7.4.1 7-101 Existing Debt 7.4.1 7-103 Proposed Debt 7.5 7-105 Revenue Collection Efforts 7.5.1 7-105 Service Charge Collection Efforts 7.5.2 7-107 Current and Historical Delinquencies 7.5.3 7-110 Bad Debt Expense 7.6 7-111 Customer Assistance Program 7.7 7-115 Customer Rate Impact Analysis 7.8 7-118 Prior Rate Model Comparison SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-2 7.1 KEY PROPOSAL ASSUMPTIONS 7.1.1 Inflation Inflation assumptions are used in the rate model as a way to account for anticipated price increases for the goods and services acquired by the District in fulfillment of its mission. As used in our February 2015 Rate Change Proposal, the District has chosen to use The Budget and Economic Outlook: 2018 to 2028 published by the Congressional Budget Office of the Congress of the United States (CBO) as a source for inflation rates related to operations and maintenance expenses. Published in April 2018, this document provides a 10 ‐year forecast that best matched the District’s rate model time horizon. Table D ‐2 in that publication contains the Core PCE Price Index (excluding food and energy) which the District used in the model for most expenses. The index ranged from 2.0 to 2.2 in the years from 2019 to 2028, and The District has chosen to use a flat 2.1% for operating expenses except in the case of salaries, benefits and utilities. In that same table, the Consumer Price Index reflected numbers in the 2.1 to 2.5 range. This index is computed differently, but most importantly it includes food and energy which were excluded from the Core PCE Price Index. Since the index which includes energy forecasts a higher inflation rate, a higher rate was used for utilities in the rate model. The District performed trend analyses on utility expenses over a five‐year time period. The combination of changes in usage and rate over the last five years results in average increases of 3% for Natural Gas, 7% for Water, and 5% for Telephone which were used in the rate model to predict future expenses for these utilities. The District has chosen to use a 2.28% increase annually in the rate model to predict future electricity expenses. Also on Table D-2 is an Employment Cost Index. This index was used as the basis for projected salary increases of 3.3%. Adjustments were made to the CBO projections to account for regional differences, State and local government differences to private industry, and to remove benefits. Overall these adjustments served to lower the projected rate increases published by the CBO to approximately 3.00% on average over the four years of the Rate Change Proposal. Additionally, the overall salary increase percentage was also adjusted to account for the fact that some B ‐ Schedule and BT‐Schedule employees are eligible for both a step increase as well as a range adjustment to reflect the impact of continuous training and experience. For C-schedule employees, the minimum and maximum values of the grade ranges are adjusted by 2% per year, with a 3% raise pool available for increases within those pay ranges. For the A- schedule employees, the same adjustments are made. This results in 50% of the employee pool receiving an average of 3.0% in wage increases. For B-schedule and BT-schedule employees, there are two components to wage growth factors. First, these employees receive a range SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-3 adjustment of 2% which automatically increases the wages of every step within a grade range by 2%. Second, employees not at the top of the range can receive an additional step increase of approximately 4.4% to account for continuous training and experience. This results in an average annual wage increase of 3.6% for the B- and BT-schedule employees. When the 3.6% average for B- and BT-Schedule employees is factored in with the 3.00% calculated for both A- and C- Schedule employees, the weighted average increase over each of the four years is 3.3%. Group insurance was inflated at the rate of 8.00% based on projections provided by the District’s insurance consultant, Arthur J. Gallagher & Company (2). In the following pages the projections provided by the District’s insurance consultant are reproduced. Additionally, you can find information on current rates in Exhibit MSD 48. SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-4 SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-5 SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-6 SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-7 SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-8 7.1.2 CIRP Appropriation Adjustments The project list that makes up the CIRP budget over this period consists of projects needed to meet the region’s obligations under the Consent Decree. These include: 1. Projects identified in the SSO Master Plan to ensure system capacity and enable the removal of sanitary sewer overflows 2. Projects to meet compliance with the CSO Long Term Control Plan 3. Projects to renew the wastewater system to meet Consent Decree goals 4. Projects to meet Consent Degree targets for Cityshed and Green Infrastructure investment These consent decree specific projects are supported by numerous other capital program budget items which are needed to deliver the program. As well, projects include reinvestment in the area’s wastewater treatment and pump station facilities to ensure operating permit and air quality permit compliance, sustainability, and the continued, proper operation of these industrial facilities. Where economically beneficial, a number of sustainability projects are included to keep MSD efficient. Projects are scheduled to build the highest priority projects first, while still meeting Consent Decree deadlines. Many projects must be built in a specific sequence due to their size, the interaction between various sections of the wastewater system, and to prevent any increase in environmental pollution while the projects are being constructed. The cost estimates that the CIRP budget is based on are conceptual in nature and are in fiscal year 2019 dollars. At this stage, there is typically limited information on public and private inflow and infiltration sources, and, for sewer and tunnel projects, a minimal amount of detailed information available regarding geotechnical conditions, utility relocation requirements, easement requirements, and other site-specific issues that have the potential to significantly affect the project’s eventual construction cost. As projects proceed through design, these issues are fully evaluated and their impacts are incorporated into final design cost estimates, which are reflected annually in the District’s budget supplement, which details the capital program anticipated for the next fiscal year. For large or multi-year projects, budgeting incorporates a phasing approach, so that the annual appropriation amount for a given project in a given year, equals the anticipated spending needed in that year. For example, a tunnel project which is expected to take six years to construct will have its budget spread out over those six years. This phasing is evaluated and implemented on a project by project basis, and lessens the annual amount of appropriations requested, to better match anticipated needs. To initiate the CIRP budget preparation, Engineering provides Finance with a project list, including estimated budget costs, as well as cost summary schedules that group projects in multiple SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-9 ways. The first grouping is by wastewater or stormwater (for this rate proposal, only wastewater is presented). Wastewater projects are additionally grouped by type, such as treatment plant, combined sewer overflow, or asset management. The estimated costs are further broken down depending on whether they are for engineering or construction services. These summary numbers are then adjusted for three different factors. The first adjustment involves inflating estimated costs to account for price increases between now and the time the project starts. The Engineering News-Record 2 was the source for inflation assumptions related to the CIRP, which provides a city construction cost index. After analyzing 13-years of data from that index, 3.1% was the rate employed in the rate modeling process to annually inflate project cost estimates from fiscal year 2015-2016 dollars. The following page includes the index data and information about the calculation to arrive at 3.1%. The second adjustment performed on the CIRP conceptual estimates accounts for delays in appropriation timing that can occur, due to such factors as the easement acquisition process or condemnation. Capital program appropriations are spread throughout the fiscal year, as it is impractical to deliver the entire annual program immediately at the start of the fiscal year. When delays occur, some appropriations will shift from one fiscal year to the next. Appropriations during FY13 through FY18 averaged 88% of the annual budgeted appropriations. Using this 88% factor, an appropriation delay was introduced into the numbers. The inflated costs for any given year were reduced by 12%, and that 12% was shifted into the next fiscal year, thus reducing the total expected appropriations slightly over the course of the 4-year rate cycle. Finally, it is common for projects to finish with some of the appropriation left unspent. We refer to these dollars which are returned to fund balance as liquidations. Liquidations occur if projects do not need to utilize their full utility relocation allowance, if the full budget contingency for change orders is unused, or if final in place quantities of constructed items are less than bid estimates. An analysis of completed projects revealed that on average, 8.4% of a project’s appropriation is liquidated at the end of the project. While the timing of these liquidations varies from project to project, it is common for these liquidations to occur approximately three years after the appropriation. Therefore, projected appropriations in each year were decreased by 8.4% of appropriations three years prior. After inflation, scheduling delays, and liquidations, the resulting wastewater program is valued at $1,616,865,899 over four years, 7.8% higher than the base projection of $1,516,521,000. 2 http://enr.construction.com/ SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-10 SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-11 SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-12 SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-13 7.2 CONSENT DECREE CIRP IMPACT 7.2.1 Consent Decree Status Major Federal Consent Decree Components Status (September 2014) Status (December 2018) 1 Schedule and Estimated Cost - The Consent Decree will have an implementation schedule of 23 years after the Combined Sewer Overflow ("CSO") Long Term Control Plan is approved by the State of Missouri. The District estimates the cost to comply with the Consent Decree to be $4.7 billion in 2010 dollars. The Consent Decree Program is currently tracking on schedule and within estimated costs. The Consent Decree Program is currently tracking on schedule and within estimated costs. The appropriations to comply with the Consent Decree have totaled $1.7 billion to date, and the 2018 forecast is another $4.3 billion. 2 Early Elimination Projects - Requires the completion of sanitary sewer projects that will eliminate 50 specific constructed Sanitary Sewer Overflow ("SSO") Outfalls by December 31, 2012. MSD completed the sanitary sewer projects necessary and achieved the performance milestone of eliminating all fifty (50) constructed Sanitary Sewer Overflow ("SSO") Outfalls by December 31, 2012. No change. 3 SSO Master Plan- Requires the submission of an SSO Master Plan that includes an extensive sewer system evaluation survey, hydraulic modeling, .and capacity analysis of the sanitary sewer system. The SSO Master Plan will identify remedial measures and projects aimed at eliminating all constructed SSO Outfalls, known SSOs, treatment plant bypassing within the sanitary sewer system, and reducing building backups. This plan must be submitted by the District no later than December 31, 2013. MSD submitted a Master Plan to the United States Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources ("MDNR") for review and EPA approval with a copy to the Coalition for the Environment by the required deadline of December 31, 2013. The SSO Master Plan provides the remedial measures and the associated remedial requirements (elimination dates) for the remaining Constructed SSO Outfalls. MSD received approval of the Master Plan with conditions on May 5, 2014, with clarification on June 24, 2014. No change. SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-14 Major Federal Consent Decree Components Status (September 2014) Status (December 2018) 4 Remedial Measures - Requires the completion of the remedial measures and elimination projects identified in the SSO Master Plan in accordance with the schedule provided therein, which includes the removal of 85 percent of the constructed SSO Outfalls, and a goal of eliminating all other known SSOs by no later than December 31, 2023, and all remaining constructed SSO Outfalls by December 31, 2033. The completion of remedial measures and elimination projects identified in the SSO Master Plan are proceeding in accordance with approved schedule provided. The completion of remedial measures and elimination projects identified in the SSO Master Plan are proceeding in accordance with approved schedule provided. The first SSO elimination schedule date in Appendix C of the Consent Decree has been met, all required SSOs have been removed by the December 31, 2018 deadline. In addition, to date, MSD has eliminated 4 SSOs ahead of schedule. 5 CMOM Program-Requires the District to continue its development and implementation of a Capacity, Management, Operations, and Maintenance (CMOM) program that includes detailed performance goals for the prioritization, cleaning, inspection, and rehabilitation of the entire sewer system. This program also includes continued implementation of the District's Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) program, the development and implementation of a Private Inflow and Infiltration Reduction Program, Building Backup Response Plan, and a Non- Capacity Related SSO Response Plan. MSD is currently implementing the CMOM program requirements submitted to US EPA and MDNR on October 27, 2012 with approval on January 10, 2013. Additionally, MSD continues to implement it's FOG program, Building Backup Response Plan, and Non-Capacity Related SSO Response Plans submitted to US EPA and MDNR on July 25, 2012 and subsequently approved on December 18, 2012. MSD continues to implement the Private Inflow and Infiltration Reduction Program as submitted to US EPA and MDNR on October 27, 2012. MSD continues to successfully meet the CMOM program requirements as submitted and approved by EPA, including the performance targets and service level goals. On November 27, 2015, EPA approved MSD's request to rehabilitate manholes based on the condition rating at the time of inspection, versus a fixed number annually. Also, on December 2, 2016, EPA approved MSD's request to modify the sewer line cleaning performance standards based on conditions ratings resulting from acoustic inspection, versus a fixed annual requirement. These modifications greatly enhance the efficiency of MSD in meeting the CMOM goals in a cost effective manner. 6 Cityshed Mitigation Program - Requires the commitment of a regular annual program to mitigate the effects of wet weather surcharging and overland flooding of the combined sewer system, with an anticipated expenditure of $230 million over the life of the Consent Decree. The District has implemented annual projects to mitigate the effects of wet weather surcharging and overland flooding in the combined sewer system. The program is currently tracking on schedule. This work has been primarily consisted of buyouts of flood prone areas, basement protection for homes, and combined relief sewer systems. MSD continues to implement the Cityshed Program on schedule. Furthermore, MSD has completed analysis of problem areas in the City of St. Louis combined sewer system, and has identified and programmed projects to spend the entire $230 million. Through 2018, MSD has spent over $45 million on the program, including buyouts, combined relief sewers, and stormwater storage basins to relieve demands on surcharged combined sewers. SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-15 Major Federal Consent Decree Components Status (September 2014) Status (December 2018) 7 CSO Long Term Control Plan (LTCP) -Requires the construction and implementation of CSO control measures in accordance with the requirements and schedule set forth in the approved LTCP and Consent Decree. The projects in the LTCP will be completed by the year 2038, under an extended schedule approved by the EPA and State of Missouri. MSD is progressing with meeting the requirements for construction and implementation of the CSO control measures set forth in the CD and CSO Long Term Control Plan. As of this time MSD has started construction on the Lemay Redundant Force main project, and the Lemay WWTP Capacity Improvement projects. Both projects will allow the Lemay WWTP to receive and treat additional wet weather flow through its processes. The District is on schedule to meet all milestones of the CD. MSD has obtained a five year extension of the Consent Decree, which required a modification and approval of the LTCP. MSD is progressing with meeting the requirements for construction and implementation of the CSO control measures set forth in the CD and CSO Long Term Control Plan. As of this time MSD has completed construction on the Lemay Redundant Force main project, and the Lemay WWTP Capacity Improvement projects. Both projects will allow the Lemay WWTP to receive and treat additional wet weather flow through its processes. In addition, MSD has met the deadline for eliminating the CSO to Gingras Creek, and begun construction of a CSO storage facility on Maline Creek. The District is on schedule to meet all milestones of the CD. 8 CSO Post Construction Monitoring Program - Requires the implementation of a Post Construction Monitoring Program to validate performance of completed CSO control measures as set forth in the approved LTCP and Consent Decree. Upon completion of CSO control measures MSD will implement this program. MSD submitted and received approval for the Quality Assurance Project Plan as part of the CSO Post Construction Monitoring Program on January 31, 2013. MSD also submitted the Post-Construction Monitoring Program Plan on April 27, 2013 and implemented the plan on June 20, 2013. Detailed monitoring plans will be developed and submitted for approval as control measures are designed and constructed. Since the June 20, 2013 EPA approval of the Post Construction Monitoring Plan, MSD submitted and received EPA approval of two detailed monitoring plans. The first Plan was the Lemay WWTP Stress Test Plan which ultimately resulted in the EPA approval of the report setting maximum flow rates for the Lemay WWTP at 350 MGD for primary treatment and 210 MGD for secondary, 240 MGD without disinfection. The Post Construction Monitoring Plan for Gingras Creek was also submitted and approved. SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-16 Major Federal Consent Decree Components Status (September 2014) Status (December 2018) 9 CSO Green Infrastructure Program-Includes the commitment of $100 million to implement a Green Infrastructure Program. This will include a five-year pilot program aimed at using green infrastructure to reduce stormwater and resulting CSO volumes. With the CD extension, the CSO Green Infrastructure Program has been expanded to include an additional $20 million to reduce CSOs to the River Des Peres. MSD has completed the design and construction of the CSO Green Infrastructure (GI) Pilot project. MSD has met the CD financial requirements and initiated preparation of the Pilot Program report required by the CD for submittal by December 31, 2015. In addition, as allowed by the CD, MSD has implemented an Early Action GI program to provide CSO GI Improvements prior to approval of the pilot program report. This program allows for construction of CSO reducing GI with EPA approval. MSD has appropriated approximately $13.7 million toward the EA program. Both programs progress MSD to the $100 million commitment. MSD submitted the CSO Green Infrastructure Pilot Project report and the plan for full implementation, and received EPA approval on May 13, 2016. The Performance Criteria was established as managing storm water flow from 405 acres in order to reduce 90 million gallons per year of CSOs to the Mississippi, and 80 acres to reduce 8 million gallons of CSO to the River Des Peres. To date, MSD has spent approximately $20 million toward the $100 million requirement, and has budgeted an initial appropriation for FY20 toward the $20 million requirement. 10 Consent Decree Reporting -Requires significant and continuous detailed reporting and transparency on all activities identified above, as well as reporting progress in achieving the overall goals of the Consent Decree to eliminate and reduce sewer system overflows. The annual reports will be made available on the District's website. MSD has met all reporting requirements for the consent decree. Reports identify all components for measuring progress on CD compliance. All required reporting has been posted on the MSD website. MSD has met all reporting requirements for the consent decree. Reports identify all components for measuring progress on CD compliance. All required reporting has been posted on the MSD website. To date, 6 annual reports have been posted and 13 semi- annual reports. 11 Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) - To offset civil penalties, the District will spend $1.6 million dollars for a SEP program that will implement a sewer connection and septic tank closure program for low-income residents. This program must be completed within five years of the effective date of the Consent Decree. MSD is progressing with the completion of this program. The program has been slowed by the inability to find the necessary low income homeowners meeting the qualifications of the program. MSD has requested approval for an alternative SEP on September 9, 2014. This alternative has received verbal approval and is pending formal approval. MSD is seeking an extension of the completion date currently in the CD. MSD has completed the alternative SEP Program, approved by EPA on November 26, 2014. The SEP Completion Report was submitted and approved by EPA on September 6, 2017. Under the SEP, MSD eliminated 59 septic tanks, connecting the homes to the sanitary sewer, and repaired 26 laterals. 12 Civil Penalty - Within 30 days of the effective date of the Consent Decree, the District will pay the United States $1,200,000 as a civil penalty. This penalty is consistent with public entities of similar size that have begun the process of addressing overflow issues. MSD complied with the required payment of Civil Penalties to the United States. No change. SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-17 Major Federal Consent Decree Components Status (September 2014) Status (December 2018) 13 Stipulated Penalties - The District will be subject to stipulated penalties if it fails to meet certain specified requirements outlined in the Consent Decree. MSD has met this requirement of the CD. There have been no stipulated penalties. No change. 14 Coalition for the Environment-In settlement of the Coalition's claim for costs of litigation, including attorneys' fees, the District will pay $116,050 to be used to fund projects as determined by joint agreement between the District and the Coalition. The Consent Decree also requires the District to provide a copy of various documents and reports to the Coalition. MSD complied with the required payment of claims to Missouri Coalition for the Environment. No change. SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-18 7.2.2 Detailed CIRP Project List (FY 21 – FY 24) Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12077 AMBLEWOOD SANITARY RELIEF (WATERFORD DR TO BIRCHBARK DR) CONSTRUCT 9,433 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS ALONG THE PADDOCK CREEK LATERAL IN THE VICINITY OF AMBLEWOOD DRIVE. 1,145,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12077 AMBLEWOOD SANITARY RELIEF (WATERFORD DR TO BIRCHBARK DR) CONSTRUCT 9,433 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS ALONG THE PADDOCK CREEK LATERAL IN THE VICINITY OF AMBLEWOOD DRIVE. 4,000,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12077 AMBLEWOOD SANITARY RELIEF (WATERFORD DR TO BIRCHBARK DR) CONSTRUCT 9,433 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS ALONG THE PADDOCK CREEK LATERAL IN THE VICINITY OF AMBLEWOOD DRIVE. 2,620,000 FY24 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) Asset Management Capacity 12079 ARV ELLEN SANITARY RELIEF (TESSON CREEK ESTATES DR TO MADAFORD LN) CONSTRUCT 730 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 46,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12079 ARV ELLEN SANITARY RELIEF (TESSON CREEK ESTATES DR TO MADAFORD LN) CONSTRUCT 730 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 183,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12847 BADEN CITYSHED MITIGATION BASINS (CALVARY, FREDERIK, PARTRIDGE AND TILLIE) - SEPARATION SEWERS CONSTRUCT 15,250 FEET OF STORM SEWERS FOR SOFT SEPARATION. BUILDING BACKUPS, STRUCTURE AND STREET FLOODING. 7,300,000 FY22 Construction CITYSHED 12081 BADEN CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (KENAWAH AVE TO EDGEWOOD BLVD) CONSTRUCT 250 FEET OF 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON AND FILL 270 FEET OF 21-INCH SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 38,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12081 BADEN CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (KENAWAH AVE TO EDGEWOOD BLVD) CONSTRUCT 250 FEET OF 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ABANDON AND FILL 270 FEET OF 21-INCH SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 150,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12085 BANFF SANITARY RELIEF (CAITHNESS RD TO LANARK RD) CONSTRUCT 320 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 35,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12085 BANFF SANITARY RELIEF (CAITHNESS RD TO LANARK RD) CONSTRUCT 320 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 135,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-19 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12086 BARRETT STATION I/I REDUCTION (DOUGHERTY FERRY RD AND BARRETT STATION RD) REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PROPERTIES INVOLVED IS 737. EXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS, BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 185,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12086 BARRETT STATION I/I REDUCTION (DOUGHERTY FERRY RD AND BARRETT STATION RD) REMOVE PRIVATE I/I SOURCES FROM SANITARY SEWERS. ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PROPERTIES INVOLVED IS 737. EXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS, BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 160,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12088 BAXTER I/I REDUCTION (BAXTER RD NEAR COUNTY CREEK CT) REHABILITATE 10 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWER, PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE BAXTER STUDY AREA. 20,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12088 BAXTER I/I REDUCTION (BAXTER RD NEAR COUNTY CREEK CT) REHABILITATE 10 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWER, PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE BAXTER STUDY AREA. 30,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12090 BC-01 PHASE III AND BC-02 PHASE II SANITARY RELIEF (I-170 TO HEATHERWOOD DR) CONSTRUCT 13,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-003, BP- 004, BP-014, AND BP-016 ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS REQUIRED. 1,175,000 FY24 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12091 BEGG SANITARY RELIEF (KENWOOD TO BEGG RD) CONSTRUCT 680 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 61,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12091 BEGG SANITARY RELIEF (KENWOOD TO BEGG RD) CONSTRUCT 680 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 246,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12093 BELLERIVE SANITARY RELIEF (LADUE RD TO CONWAY RD) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXISTING SEWER DOES NOT HAVE CAPACITY TO CONVEY DESIGN STORM. 240,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12093 BELLERIVE SANITARY RELIEF (LADUE RD TO CONWAY RD) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXISTING SEWER DOES NOT HAVE CAPACITY TO CONVEY DESIGN STORM. 1,440,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12508 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT A REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 4,732,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-20 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12509 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT B REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 2,300,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12584 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2022) CONTRACT A REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 90,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12584 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2022) CONTRACT A REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 2,730,000 FY22 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13031 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2022) CONTRACT B REHABILITATE THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 150,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13031 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2022) CONTRACT B REHABILITATE THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 5,200,000 FY22 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12585 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT A REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 200,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12585 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT A REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 6,700,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13032 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT B REHABILITATE THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 150,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13032 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT B REHABILITATE THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 5,000,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-21 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13033 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT C REHABILITATE THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 130,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13033 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT C REHABILITATE THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 4,300,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12586 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT D REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 160,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12586 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT D REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 5,220,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12587 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT E REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 80,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12587 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT E REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 2,600,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13124 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT F REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 110,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13124 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2023) CONTRACT F REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 3,500,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-22 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 650,000 FY21 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 441,000 FY21 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 650,000 FY22 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 786,000 FY22 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-23 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 650,000 FY23 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11144 BISSELL - COLDWATER - MISSOURI - MERAMEC SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES THROUGHOUT THE BISSELL, COLDWATER, MISSOURI AND MERAMEC WATERSHEDS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 650,000 FY24 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 3,000,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 2,050,000 FY22 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-24 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 100,000,000 FY23 Construction, Design-Build TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 1,000,000 FY23 Construction, Proposer Stipend TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 10,000,000 FY23 Engineering During Construction Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 150,000,000 FY24 Construction, Design-Build (Supplemental Appropriation) TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-25 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 15,000,000 FY24 Engineering During Construction Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12096 BISSELL HILLS SANITARY RELIEF (ST CYR RD TO LEETON AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 24-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-317. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-317 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 2,024,000 FY22 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12548 BISSELL POINT WWTF CONCRETE AND GATE IMPROVEMENTS REPAIR SLUICE GATES AND COMPONENTS, AND CONCRETE. CONCRETE AND SLUICE GATE DETERIORATION DUE TO AGING INFRASTRUCTURE. 600,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12548 BISSELL POINT WWTF CONCRETE AND GATE IMPROVEMENTS REPAIR SLUICE GATES AND COMPONENTS, AND CONCRETE. CONCRETE AND SLUICE GATE DETERIORATION DUE TO AGING INFRASTRUCTURE. 2,400,000 FY22 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12566 BISSELL POINT WWTF TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA REPLACEMENT REPLACE TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA ON SIX FILTERS AT THE BISSELL PLANT. AGING TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA NEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE. 14,000,000 FY21 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12566 BISSELL POINT WWTF TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA REPLACEMENT REPLACE TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA ON SIX FILTERS AT THE BISSELL PLANT. AGING TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA NEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE. 700,000 FY21 Engineering During Construction Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12566 BISSELL POINT WWTF TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA REPLACEMENT REPLACE TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA ON SIX FILTERS AT THE BISSELL PLANT. AGING TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA NEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE. 8,500,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 11847 BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEF SEWERS CONSTRUCT 8,350 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-013, BP- 017, BP-018, AND BP-151. WET WEATHER BUILDING BACKUPS, OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND CONSTRUCTED SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS. 6,000,000 FY22 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11847 BLACK CREEK - HADDINGTON COURT RELIEF SEWERS CONSTRUCT 8,350 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-013, BP- 017, BP-018, AND BP-151. WET WEATHER BUILDING BACKUPS, OVERCHARGED SEWERS, AND CONSTRUCTED SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOWS. 3,200,000 FY23 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-26 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12105 BRUNSTON SANITARY RELIEF (BRUNSTON DR TO MATTESE VILLA DR) CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. INSUFFICIENT CAPACITY FOR WET WEATHER FLOWS. 112,000 FY23 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12106 BUCKHURST DR TO OAK HILL DR SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 2,850 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS DUE TO WET WEATHER FLOWS. 181,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12107 BUCKLEY SANITARY RELIEF (DACE LN TO POPLAR DR) CONSTRUCT 1,90 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 143,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12107 BUCKLEY SANITARY RELIEF (DACE LN TO POPLAR DR) CONSTRUCT 1,90 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 572,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12108 BURNING TREE INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR (N. WATERFORD DR TO FOX RUN DR) CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DEFICIENT SEWER CAUSING OVERCHARGING. 62,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12108 BURNING TREE INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIR (N. WATERFORD DR TO FOX RUN DR) CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DEFICIENT SEWER CAUSING OVERCHARGING. 247,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12110 CANTERBURY AND ROLAND SANITARY RELIEF (NELSON DR TO ROLAND BLVD) CONSTRUCT 2,670 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-612 AND BP-532. CONSTRUCT 610 FEET OF ROCK LINED CHANNEL, INCLUDING 185 FEET OF RETAINING WALL. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-612 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 1,800,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12248 CAULKS CREEK A PUMP STATION (P- 750) IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO PUMP STATION P-750. EXISTING PUMP STATION IS DETERIORATING AND REQUIRES IMPROVEMENT. 5,000,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12248 CAULKS CREEK A PUMP STATION (P- 750) IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO PUMP STATION P-750. EXISTING PUMP STATION IS DETERIORATING AND REQUIRES IMPROVEMENT. 4,000,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12114 CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B (P- 751) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 270 FEET OF 96-INCH SEWER TO PROVIDE 100,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. STORAGE NEEDED AT STATION. 83,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12114 CAULKS CREEK PUMP STATION B (P- 751) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 270 FEET OF 96-INCH SEWER TO PROVIDE 100,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. STORAGE NEEDED AT STATION. 332,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-27 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12000 CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2020) PERFORM CCTV OR PHYSICAL INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. FIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY REQUIRED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS AND CLEANING. 2,500,000 FY21 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12000 CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2020) PERFORM CCTV OR PHYSICAL INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. FIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY REQUIRED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS AND CLEANING. 2,500,000 FY22 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12804 CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2023) PERFORM CCTV OR PHYSICAL INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. FIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY REQUIRED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS AND CLEANING. 3,000,000 FY23 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12804 CCTV INSPECTION AND PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF SEWERS (2023) PERFORM CCTV OR PHYSICAL INSPECTION AND CLEANING OF SELECTED SEWERS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. FIELD INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS IS NEEDED TO IDENTIFY PROBLEMS AND QUANTIFY REQUIRED REPAIRS/IMPROVEMENTS AND CLEANING. 3,000,000 FY24 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12122 CLARK AVE SANITARY RELIEF (LACLEDE STA RD TO YEATMAN AVE) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXCESSIVE I/I BUILDING BACKUP AND STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS. 117,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12122 CLARK AVE SANITARY RELIEF (LACLEDE STA RD TO YEATMAN AVE) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXCESSIVE I/I BUILDING BACKUP AND STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS. 469,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 13220 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINE SCREEN REBUILDS REBUILD FINE SCREENS. DETERIORATING FINE SCREENS AT THE COLDWATER TREATMENT PLANT. 500,000 FY21 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12552 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2022) REPLACE AERATION CONTROL PIPING, AND CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO BOSKERS SWITCH TRACK. AERATION PIPING NEEDS TO BE REPLACED, AND SCREEN IMPROVEMENTS ARE NEEDED. 900,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12552 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2022) REPLACE AERATION CONTROL PIPING, AND CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO BOSKERS SWITCH TRACK. AERATION PIPING NEEDS TO BE REPLACED, AND SCREEN IMPROVEMENTS ARE NEEDED. 3,480,000 FY22 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-28 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11724 COLDWATER SANITARY RELIEF SECTION B, C & D - SECTION B REHABILITATION CONSTRUCT REHABILITATION OF SECTION B OF THE COLDWATER TRUNK SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-091, BP- 115, BP-119, BP-141, BP-144, BP-473, BP-526, AND BP-527. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 2,500,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11152 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES), AND THE JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS). SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. 1,500,000 FY21 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11152 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES), AND THE JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS). SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. 0 FY22 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11152 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES), AND THE JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS). SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. 0 FY23 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-29 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11152 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER AND MIDDLE RDP TUNNEL FACILITIES PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES), AND THE JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL (LEMAY WWTP TO MARTIGNEY PS). SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. 50,000 FY24 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11826 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL, MALINE CREEK STORAGE FACILITY, RDP TRIBUTARIES CSO TUNNEL, UPPER RDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, AND THE LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL. SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. 3,700,000 FY21 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11826 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL, MALINE CREEK STORAGE FACILITY, RDP TRIBUTARIES CSO TUNNEL, UPPER RDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, AND THE LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL. SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. 4,800,000 FY22 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11826 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL, MALINE CREEK STORAGE FACILITY, RDP TRIBUTARIES CSO TUNNEL, UPPER RDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, AND THE LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL. SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. 3,600,000 FY23 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-30 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11826 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - LOWER MERAMEC AND DEER CREEK TUNNELS PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL, MALINE CREEK STORAGE FACILITY, RDP TRIBUTARIES CSO TUNNEL, UPPER RDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, AND THE LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL. SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION. 3,250,000 FY24 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13224 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - SLUDGE TRANSFER FORCEMAINS PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR THE SLUDGE TRANSFER FORCEMAINS TO BE CONSTRUCTED FROM THE GRAND GLAIZE WWTF TO THE FENTON WWTF TUNNEL INTAKE, AND FROM THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF TO THE LEMAY WWTF. SLUDGE TRANSFER FORCEMAINS TO BE CONSTRUCTED REQUIRE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES. 350,000 FY24 Professional Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 11151 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TANK, TREATMENT, AND PUMP STATION PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE TANKS AND PUMP STATIONS, AND TREATMENT FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS. 4,800,000 FY21 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11151 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TANK, TREATMENT, AND PUMP STATION PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE TANKS AND PUMP STATIONS, AND TREATMENT FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS. 1,000,000 FY22 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11151 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TANK, TREATMENT, AND PUMP STATION PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE TANKS AND PUMP STATIONS, AND TREATMENT FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS. 1,000,000 FY23 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-31 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11151 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES - TANK/TREATMENT/PUMP STATION FACILITIES PROVIDE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AND INSPECTION SERVICES FOR TANK, TREATMENT, AND PUMP STATION PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. SYSTEM DEFICIENCIES REQUIRING CORRECTION OR MITIGATION VIA THE CONSTRUCTION OF STORAGE TANKS AND PUMP STATIONS, AND TREATMENT FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS. 500,000 FY24 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12129 CONWAY MEADOWS SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO I-64) CONSTRUCT 1,500 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGE SANITARY SEWERS. 111,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12130 CONWAY ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY LN TO DWYER AVE) CONSTRUCT 3,300 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 352,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12130 CONWAY ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY LN TO DWYER AVE) CONSTRUCT 3,300 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,410,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12132 CONWOOD LN SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO WESTWOOD CT) CONSTRUCT 400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 30,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12132 CONWOOD LN SANITARY RELIEF (CONWAY RD TO WESTWOOD CT) CONSTRUCT 400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 120,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12133 COUNTRY HOME DR SANITARY RELIEF (SUMMITT TREE CT TO AUTUMN PEAK DR) CONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 343,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12134 COWMIRE CREEK SANITARY REPLACEMENT I-70 CROSSING (ST. CHARLES ROCK RD TO MARK TWAIN LN) CONSTRUCT 620 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DETERIORATED SANITARY SEWER 115,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12134 COWMIRE CREEK SANITARY REPLACEMENT I-70 CROSSING (ST. CHARLES ROCK RD TO MARK TWAIN LN) CONSTRUCT 620 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DETERIORATED SANITARY SEWER 426,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Renewal SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-32 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12907 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2020) PERFORM SERVICES SUCH AS PROJECT INSPECTION, RECONNAISSANCE, INSPECTION PRIORITIZATION, PROJECT SET-UP, FIELD VERIFICATION, MAP UPDATES, WORK ORDER MANAGEMENT, AND CCTV VIDEO REVIEW. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. INVESTIGATION NEEDED TO DETERMINE SEWER CONDITIONS AND SYSTEM DEFECTS TO PROVIDE THE BASIS FOR PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES. 1,400,000 FY21 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12907 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2020) PERFORM SERVICES SUCH AS PROJECT INSPECTION, RECONNAISSANCE, INSPECTION PRIORITIZATION, PROJECT SET-UP, FIELD VERIFICATION, MAP UPDATES, WORK ORDER MANAGEMENT, AND CCTV VIDEO REVIEW. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. INVESTIGATION NEEDED TO DETERMINE SEWER CONDITIONS AND SYSTEM DEFECTS TO PROVIDE THE BASIS FOR PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES. 1,400,000 FY22 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12908 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2023) PERFORM SERVICES SUCH AS PROJECT INSPECTION, RECONNAISSANCE, INSPECTION PRIORITIZATION, PROJECT SET-UP, FIELD VERIFICATION, MAP UPDATES, WORK ORDER MANAGEMENT, AND CCTV VIDEO REVIEW. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. INVESTIGATION NEEDED TO DETERMINE SEWER CONDITIONS AND SYSTEM DEFECTS TO PROVIDE THE BASIS FOR PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES. 1,400,000 FY23 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-33 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12908 CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT (2023) PERFORM SERVICES SUCH AS PROJECT INSPECTION, RECONNAISSANCE, INSPECTION PRIORITIZATION, PROJECT SET-UP, FIELD VERIFICATION, MAP UPDATES, WORK ORDER MANAGEMENT, AND CCTV VIDEO REVIEW. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. INVESTIGATION NEEDED TO DETERMINE SEWER CONDITIONS AND SYSTEM DEFECTS TO PROVIDE THE BASIS FOR PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND REHABILITATION ACTIVITIES. 1,400,000 FY24 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12139 CSO - BRENTWOOD AND RED BUD AVE CSO INTERCEPTOR (I- 118)/OUTFALL (L-111) ELIMINATION AND SEWER SEPARATION PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN THE 1247 MERAMEC STUDY AREA, INCLUDING SEWER SEPARATION. REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-118 AND CSO OUTFALL L-111. EXCESSIVE INFLOW INTO COMBINED SEWERS FROM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEFECTS. REMOVAL OF I-118 AND L-111 REQUIRED BY THE LONG TERM CONTROL PLAN. 10,000,000 FY23 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12139 CSO - BRENTWOOD AND RED BUD AVE CSO INTERCEPTOR (I- 118)/OUTFALL (L-111) ELIMINATION AND SEWER SEPARATION PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN THE 1247 MERAMEC STUDY AREA, INCLUDING SEWER SEPARATION. REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-118 AND CSO OUTFALL L-111. EXCESSIVE INFLOW INTO COMBINED SEWERS FROM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DEFECTS. REMOVAL OF I-118 AND L-111 REQUIRED BY THE LONG TERM CONTROL PLAN. 6,000,000 FY24 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12140 CSO - MARY AVENUE SOUTH OF MANCHESTER CSO INTERCEPTOR (I- 132)/OUTFALL (L-106) ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 5,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND 4,100 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 27-INCH STORM SEWER. PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-132 AND CSO OUTFALL L-106. AREA EXPERIENCES EXCESSIVE INFLOW THROUGH COMBINED SEWERS. REMOVAL OF I-132 AND L-106 REQUIRED BY THE LONG TERM CONTROL PLAN. 18,000,000 FY23 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-34 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12140 CSO - MARY AVENUE SOUTH OF MANCHESTER CSO INTERCEPTOR (I- 132)/OUTFALL (L-106) ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 5,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND 4,100 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 27-INCH STORM SEWER. PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. REMOVE INTERCEPTOR I-132 AND CSO OUTFALL L-106. AREA EXPERIENCES EXCESSIVE INFLOW THROUGH COMBINED SEWERS. REMOVAL OF I-132 AND L-106 REQUIRED BY THE LONG TERM CONTROL PLAN. 12,000,000 FY24 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12141 CSO - SHREWSBURY AVE CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-293)/OUTFALL (L- 166) SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 350 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. REHABILITATE 12,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 27-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 340,000 FY21 Design Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12141 CSO - SHREWSBURY AVE CSO INTERCEPTOR (I-293)/OUTFALL (L- 166) SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 350 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. REHABILITATE 12,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 27-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 2,358,000 FY23 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11146 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE INSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES ENTERING THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. CONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS ARE REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. 5,000,000 FY21 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11146 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE INSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES ENTERING THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. CONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS ARE REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. 5,000,000 FY22 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11146 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE INSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES ENTERING THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. CONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS ARE REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. 5,000,000 FY23 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11146 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE INSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES ENTERING THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. CONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS ARE REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. 5,000,000 FY24 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-35 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13078 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE - RIVER DES PERES INSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES ENTERING THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM IN THE RIVER DES PERES WATERSHED. CONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS ARE REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. 1,000,000 FY21 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 13078 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE - RIVER DES PERES INSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES ENTERING THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM IN THE RIVER DES PERES WATERSHED. CONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS ARE REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. 1,000,000 FY22 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 13078 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE - RIVER DES PERES INSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES ENTERING THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM IN THE RIVER DES PERES WATERSHED. CONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS ARE REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. 1,000,000 FY23 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 13078 CSO VOLUME REDUCTION GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE - RIVER DES PERES INSTALLATION OF GREEN SOURCE CONTROL DEVICES TO REDUCE STORMWATER VOLUMES ENTERING THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM IN THE RIVER DES PERES WATERSHED. CONTROL AND REDUCTION OF COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOWS ARE REQUIRED BY THE CONSENT DECREE. 1,000,000 FY24 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12142 DACEY BRANCH SANITARY RELIEF (BELLA CLARE DR TO PRIOR DR) CONSTRUCT 1,150 FEET 12- INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-313. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-313 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 767,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12143 DANIEL BOONE I/I REDUCTION (SHACKELFORD RD AND MULLANPHY LN) CONSTRUCT 40 FEET OF 8- INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 9,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 2 PROPERTIES. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 80,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-36 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12143 DANIEL BOONE I/I REDUCTION (SHACKELFORD RD AND MULLANPHY LN) CONSTRUCT 40 FEET OF 8- INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 9,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 2 PROPERTIES. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 42,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12472 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE III AND PHASE IV CONSTRUCT 16,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 54-INCH SANITARY SEWER, TO ALLEVIATE SYSTEM SURCHARGING. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-155, BP-170, BP-348, BP-349, BP-198, BP- 545, AND BP-591. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWER ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 20,000,000 FY21 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12472 DC-02 & DC-03 SANITARY RELIEF (BRENTWOOD BLVD TO CONWAY RD) PHASE III AND PHASE IV CONSTRUCT 16,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 54-INCH SANITARY SEWER, TO ALLEVIATE SYSTEM SURCHARGING. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-155, BP-170, BP-348, BP-349, BP-198, BP- 545, AND BP-591. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY TRUNK SEWER ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 15,230,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12145 DC-04 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III (LAKESHORE DR TO NEW BALLAS RD) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 182,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12145 DC-04 DEER CREEK SANITARY RELIEF PHASE III (LAKESHORE DR TO NEW BALLAS RD) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 730,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11731 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) CONSTRUCT 22,800 FEET OF 19 FOOT DIAMETER STORAGE TUNNEL AND DIVERSION STRUCTURES. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 16,000,000 FY21 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12615 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION CONSTRUCT A 21 MGD PUMP STATION FACILITY, FOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL PROJECT. EXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 15,000,000 FY21 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-37 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12615 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION CONSTRUCT A 21 MGD PUMP STATION FACILITY, FOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL PROJECT. EXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 1,000,000 FY21 Engineering During Construction Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12615 DEER CREEK SANITARY TUNNEL (CLAYTON RD TO RDP) - PUMP STATION CONSTRUCT A 21 MGD PUMP STATION FACILITY, FOR THE DEER CREEK TUNNEL PROJECT. EXCESSIVE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING SURCHARGING IN EXISTING SEWERS AND ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 11,800,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11833 DELCREST SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-015 AND BP- 094. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 432,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11833 DELCREST SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-015 AND BP- 094. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 2,065,000 FY24 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12147 DIETRICH GLEN PUMP STATION (P- 525) IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 60 FEET OF 54- INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 2,700 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. PUMP STATION DOES NOT HAVE CAPACITY FOR THE 5-YEAR DESIGN STORM. 20,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12148 DIX SANITARY RELIEF (DIX AVE TO AIRWAY AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,842 FEET OF 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 3,750,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12740 DOLAN PLACE AND GRANDVIEW PLACE COMBINED SEWER RELIEF CONSTRUCT 360 FEET OF 96-INCH AND 480 FEET OF 72-INCH COMBINED SEWER STORAGE, AND 670 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWERS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED MAINS. 1,900,000 FY21 Construction CITYSHED 12151 DUBRAY SANITARY RELIEF (S. BALLAS RD TO DUBOIS CT) CONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE DUBRAY AREA. 312,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12152 E. WATSON SANITARY RELIEF (RUDSON LN TO RICHVIEW DR) CONSTRUCT 4,150 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-409. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWER. 2,656,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-38 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12818 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2021) PROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND PURCHASES. 2,000,000 FY21 Property Rights Acquisition SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12819 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2022) PROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND PURCHASES. 2,000,000 FY22 Property Rights Acquisition SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12820 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2023) PROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND PURCHASES. 2,000,000 FY23 Property Rights Acquisition SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12821 EASEMENT ACQUISITION FOR WASTEWATER PROJECTS (2024) PROVIDE EASEMENT ACQUISITION FUNDING FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM WASTEWATER PROJECTS. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND REPLACEMENT PROGRAM AND CONSENT DECREE, REQUIRE PROPERTY RIGHTS ACQUISITION FOR EASEMENTS AND PURCHASES. 2,000,000 FY24 Property Rights Acquisition SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12158 ED LOU LANE I/I REDUCTION (BROOKTON WAY AND GREENTON WAY) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 22 PROPERTIES. EXCESSIVE WET WEATHER FLOWS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 105,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12159 EDMUNDSON SANITARY RELIEF (EDMUND AVE TO BATAAN DR) CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 180,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12159 EDMUNDSON SANITARY RELIEF (EDMUND AVE TO BATAAN DR) CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 720,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11888 FABICK PUMP STATION (P-444) IMPROVEMENTS (SKME-404E) MODIFICATIONS TO PUMP STATION TO MEET CURRENT STANDARDS. NO PUMP OR POWER REDUNDANCY AT PUMP STATION. 750,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-39 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12165 FAIRVIEW I/I REDUCTION (FAIRVIEW DR TO MANCHESTER RD) CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF 8- INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 3,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 20,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12165 FAIRVIEW I/I REDUCTION (FAIRVIEW DR TO MANCHESTER RD) CONSTRUCT 300 FEET OF 8- INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 3,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 59,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11745 FEE FEE TRUNK SEWER RELIEF (SKME-002, LONG LEAF CIRCLE TO THAMES COURT) CONSTRUCT 3,070 FEET OF 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-078. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,900,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12167 FENTON CREEK EAST I/I REDUCTION (OLD TOWN FENTON) REHABILITATE 9 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS, PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 13 PROPERTIES. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS, AND EXCESSIVE I/I FLOWS. 26,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12167 FENTON CREEK EAST I/I REDUCTION (OLD TOWN FENTON) REHABILITATE 9 MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SEWERS, PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 13 PROPERTIES. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS, AND EXCESSIVE I/I FLOWS. 35,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12166 FENTON CREEK PUMP STATION (P- 425) IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO PUMP STATION P-425 AND CONSTRUCT 1,585 FEET OF ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 935,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12170 FENTON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY ELIMINATION DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING FENTON WWTF. COMPLETION OF THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PH III AND EXT OF THE CONVEYENCE TUNNEL, FLOWS FROM THE FENTON WWTF WILL BE DIVERTED TO L MERAMEC WWTF. 2,324,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12170 FENTON WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY ELIMINATION DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING FENTON WWTF. COMPLETION OF THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PH III AND EXT OF THE CONVEYENCE TUNNEL, FLOWS FROM THE FENTON WWTF WILL BE DIVERTED TO L MERAMEC WWTF. 7,138,000 FY24 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-40 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11737 FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) CONSTRUCT A 2 MILLION GALLON SANITARY STORAGE TANK, PUMP STATION, AND COLLECTION SEWERS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS REQUIRE REMOVAL. 800,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11737 FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) CONSTRUCT A 2 MILLION GALLON SANITARY STORAGE TANK, PUMP STATION, AND COLLECTION SEWERS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS REQUIRE REMOVAL. 6,000,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11737 FERGUSON SEWER RELIEF SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY (ELTORA AVE AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE) CONSTRUCT A 2 MILLION GALLON SANITARY STORAGE TANK, PUMP STATION, AND COLLECTION SEWERS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS REQUIRE REMOVAL. 4,000,000 FY24 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 10012 FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-069. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 4,000,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 10012 FF-07 FEE FEE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO WILLOW BROOK DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-069. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,691,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13046 FILLMORE PUMP STATION (P-308) REHABILITATION REHABILITATE THE MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, AND THE BUILDING ENVELOPE. AGING PUMP STATION IN NEED OF ASSET RENEWAL. 700,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 13046 FILLMORE PUMP STATION (P-308) REHABILITATION REHABILITATE THE MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, AND THE BUILDING ENVELOPE. AGING PUMP STATION IN NEED OF ASSET RENEWAL. 2,800,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12173 FISHPOT TRUNK WEST I/I REDUCTION (SMITH DR AND VLASIS DR) REHABILITATE 36,400 FEET OF 6-INCH TO 8-INCH SANITARY SEWERS, REPLACE 343 FEET OF 8- INCH SANITARY SEWERS, AND PERFORM PRIVATE I/I AT 3 PROPERTIES BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS, AND EXCESSIVE I/I FLOWS AT THE VANCE ROAD PUMP STATION AND GRAND GLAIZE WWTF. 200,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12178 FLORISSANT/DUNN SANITARY RELIEF (ST. ANTHONY LN TO I-270) CONSTRUCT 5,600 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 511,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-41 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12178 FLORISSANT/DUNN SANITARY RELIEF (ST. ANTHONY LN TO I-270) CONSTRUCT 5,600 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 2,045,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12759 FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2017) CONDUCT FLOW METERING AND MONITORING OF THE WASTEWATER SYSTEM TO COLLECT AND ANALYZE DATA ON FLOWS AND SYSTEM RESPONSE DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS. THIS INFORMATION WILL BE USED TO CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC MODELS TO DETERMINE IF PROJECTS ARE REQUIRED. COMPUTER MODELING OF THE SEWER SYSTEM REQUIRES FLOW DATA IN ORDER TO BE ACCURATELY CALIBRATED TO FIELD CONDITIONS. 2,500,000 FY21 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12801 FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2022) CONDUCT FLOW METERING AND MONITORING OF THE WASTEWATER SYSTEM TO COLLECT AND ANALYZE DATA ON FLOWS AND SYSTEM RESPONSE DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS. THIS INFORMATION WILL BE USED TO CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC MODELS TO DETERMINE IF PROJECTS ARE REQUIRED. COMPUTER MODELING OF THE SEWER SYSTEM REQUIRES FLOW DATA IN ORDER TO BE ACCURATELY CALIBRATED TO FIELD CONDITIONS. 3,000,000 FY22 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12801 FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2022) CONDUCT FLOW METERING AND MONITORING OF THE WASTEWATER SYSTEM TO COLLECT AND ANALYZE DATA ON FLOWS AND SYSTEM RESPONSE DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS. THIS INFORMATION WILL BE USED TO CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC MODELS TO DETERMINE IF PROJECTS ARE REQUIRED. COMPUTER MODELING OF THE SEWER SYSTEM REQUIRES FLOW DATA IN ORDER TO BE ACCURATELY CALIBRATED TO FIELD CONDITIONS. 3,000,000 FY23 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-42 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12801 FLOW METERING AND MONITORING (2022) CONDUCT FLOW METERING AND MONITORING OF THE WASTEWATER SYSTEM TO COLLECT AND ANALYZE DATA ON FLOWS AND SYSTEM RESPONSE DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS. THIS INFORMATION WILL BE USED TO CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC MODELS TO DETERMINE IF PROJECTS ARE REQUIRED. COMPUTER MODELING OF THE SEWER SYSTEM REQUIRES FLOW DATA IN ORDER TO BE ACCURATELY CALIBRATED TO FIELD CONDITIONS. 3,000,000 FY24 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12182 FOX BRIDGE PUMP STATION (P-484) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 31,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. PUMP STATION OVERCHARGES DURING RAIN EVENTS. 30,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12182 FOX BRIDGE PUMP STATION (P-484) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 31,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. PUMP STATION OVERCHARGES DURING RAIN EVENTS. 120,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12183 FOX CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (HOLLOWAY RD TO CLAYMONT DR) CONSTRUCT 2,900 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE FOX CREEK AREA. 1,340,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12185 FRIEDENS (PARTIAL) I/I REDUCTION (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR AND FONTAINE PL) CONSTRUCT 1,900 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 220,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12185 FRIEDENS (PARTIAL) I/I REDUCTION (CHAIN OF ROCKS DR AND FONTAINE PL) CONSTRUCT 1,900 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 20 PROPERTIES. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 800,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11137 GASLIGHT SQUARE SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 6,300 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND ONE PUBLIC WET WEATHER PUMP STATION. OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS CAUSING WET WEATHER BUILDING BACKUPS. 2,900,000 FY22 Design Services CITYSHED 11137 GASLIGHT SQUARE SEWER IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 6,300 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER AND ONE PUBLIC WET WEATHER PUMP STATION. OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS CAUSING WET WEATHER BUILDING BACKUPS. 9,000,000 FY24 Construction CITYSHED SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-43 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12157 GC-06 GRAVOIS CREEK TO BRIARSTONE AND GATES SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II CONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-382. REMOVAL OF CONSTRUCTED SSO BP-382 REQUIRED. 383,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12157 GC-06 GRAVOIS CREEK TO BRIARSTONE AND GATES SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II CONSTRUCT 4,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-382. REMOVAL OF CONSTRUCTED SSO BP-382 REQUIRED. 1,535,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12386 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2019) RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 4,250,000 FY21 General Services - Construction Inspection DISTRICT WIDE 12387 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2022) RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2024 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 3,500,000 FY22 General Services - Construction Inspection DISTRICT WIDE 12387 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2022) RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2024 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 4,000,000 FY23 General Services - Construction Inspection DISTRICT WIDE 12387 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT (2022) RETAIN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2024 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEEDS THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 3,500,000 FY24 General Services - Construction Inspection DISTRICT WIDE 12397 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2020) CONTRACT A RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 400,000 FY21 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-44 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13059 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2020) CONTRACT B RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 400,000 FY21 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13098 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2022) CONTRACT A RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 450,000 FY22 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13098 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2022) CONTRACT A RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 450,000 FY23 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13099 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2022) CONTRACT B RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 450,000 FY22 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13099 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2022) CONTRACT B RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 450,000 FY23 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13100 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2024) CONTRACT A RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 450,000 FY24 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13101 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN (2024) CONTRACT B RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED FACILITY & SEWER DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 450,000 FY24 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-45 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12391 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2020) CONTRACT A RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY21 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 12392 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2020) CONTRACT B RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY21 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 12393 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2020) CONTRACT C RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY21 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13102 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2022) CONTRACT A RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY22 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13102 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2022) CONTRACT A RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY23 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13103 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2022) CONTRACT B RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY22 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13103 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2022) CONTRACT B RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY23 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-46 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13104 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2022) CONTRACT C RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY22 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13104 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2022) CONTRACT C RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY23 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13105 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2024) CONTRACT A RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY24 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13106 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2024) CONTRACT B RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY24 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13107 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - GEOTECHNICAL (2024) CONTRACT C RETAIN GEOTECHNICAL FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 75,000 FY24 GSA - Geotechnical CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13044 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - LANDSCAPE DESIGN (2019) RETAIN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE FIRM FOR AS NEEDED DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES ARE NEEDED TO SUPPORT PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. 200,000 FY21 GSA - (Design) Operating Funds DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-47 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13096 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - LANDSCAPE DESIGN (2022) RETAIN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE FIRM FOR AS NEEDED DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2024 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES ARE NEEDED TO SUPPORT PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. 200,000 FY22 GSA - (Design) Operating Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13096 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - LANDSCAPE DESIGN (2022) RETAIN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE FIRM FOR AS NEEDED DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2024 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES ARE NEEDED TO SUPPORT PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. 200,000 FY23 GSA - (Design) Operating Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13096 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - LANDSCAPE DESIGN (2022) RETAIN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE FIRM FOR AS NEEDED DESIGN SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2024 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES ARE NEEDED TO SUPPORT PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. 200,000 FY24 GSA - (Design) Operating Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13087 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT A PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY21 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13087 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT A PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY22 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13087 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT A PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY23 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-48 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13088 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT B PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY21 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13088 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT B PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY22 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13088 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT B PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY23 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13089 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT C PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY21 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13089 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT C PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY22 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13089 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT C PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY23 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-49 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13090 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT D PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY21 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13090 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT D PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY22 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13090 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2021) CONTRACT D PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY23 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13091 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2024) CONTRACT A PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2026 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY24 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13092 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2024) CONTRACT B PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2026 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY24 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 13093 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2024) CONTRACT C PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2026 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY24 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-50 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13094 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - PROPERTY APPRAISAL (2024) CONTRACT D PERFORM AS NEEDED APPRAISAL SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S PROGRAM. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2026 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. APPRAISAL SERVICES ARE REQUIRED TO SUPPORT THE DISTRICT'S CAPITAL PROGRAM. 75,000 FY24 Appraisal Services DISTRICT WIDE 12400 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER AND CHANNEL DESIGN (2021) CONTRACT A RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SEWER DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 200,000 FY21 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 12400 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER AND CHANNEL DESIGN (2021) CONTRACT A RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SEWER DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 200,000 FY22 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13095 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER AND CHANNEL DESIGN (2023) CONTRACT A RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2024 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 200,000 FY23 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13095 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SEWER AND CHANNEL DESIGN (2023) CONTRACT A RETAIN DESIGN FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SEWER DESIGN. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2024 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. DESIGN NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL STAFF. 200,000 FY24 GSA - (Design) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 12413 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT A RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY21 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 12416 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT B RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY21 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-51 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12417 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT C RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY21 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 12418 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT D RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY21 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 12419 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2020) CONTRACT E RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2021 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY21 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13108 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT A RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY22 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13108 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT A RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY23 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13109 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT B RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY22 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13109 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT B RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY23 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-52 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13110 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT C RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY22 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13110 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT C RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY23 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13111 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT D RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY22 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13111 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT D RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY23 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13112 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT E RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY22 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13112 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2022) CONTRACT E RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2023 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY23 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13113 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2024) CONTRACT A RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY24 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-53 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13114 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2024) CONTRACT B RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY24 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13115 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2024) CONTRACT C RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY24 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13116 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2024) CONTRACT D RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY24 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 13117 GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT - SURVEY SERVICES (2024) CONTRACT E RETAIN SURVEY FIRM FOR AS NEEDED SURVEY SERVICES. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. SURVEY NEEDS TO SUPPORT CAPITAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF INTERNAL SURVEY STAFF. 50,000 FY24 GSA - (Survey) CIRP Funds DISTRICT WIDE 12174 GEYER SANITARY RELIEF (W. MONROE AVE TO W. ESSEX AVE) CONSTRUCT 4,000 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE GEYER LATERAL. 515,000 FY23 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12264 GLENFIELD SANITARY RELIEF (WATSON WOODS CT TO S LINDBERGH BLVD) CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 258,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12264 GLENFIELD SANITARY RELIEF (WATSON WOODS CT TO S LINDBERGH BLVD) CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,033,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12272 GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (BALLWIN GOLF CLUB TO CLAYMONT COVE CT) CONSTRUCT 1,600 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS IN THE GRAND GLAIZE TRUNK SEWER. 1,140,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12246 GRAND GLAIZE WET WEATHER PUMP STATION CONSTRUCT NEW PUMP STATION WITH DESIGN PEAK FLOW RATE OF 5 MGD, AND 500 FEET OF 16-INCH FORCEMAIN, TO LAGOONS. WET WEATHER FLOWS AT THE GRAND GLAIZE PLANT EXCEED HEADWORKS CAPACITY, BACKING UP FLOWS INTO VALLEY PARK SEWERS. 671,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-54 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12246 GRAND GLAIZE WET WEATHER PUMP STATION CONSTRUCT NEW PUMP STATION WITH DESIGN PEAK FLOW RATE OF 5 MGD, AND 500 FEET OF 16-INCH FORCEMAIN, TO LAGOONS. WET WEATHER FLOWS AT THE GRAND GLAIZE PLANT EXCEED HEADWORKS CAPACITY, BACKING UP FLOWS INTO VALLEY PARK SEWERS. 2,235,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 13221 GRAND GLAIZE WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2024) REPAIR SPALLED AND CRACKED CONCRETE. DETERIORATING CONCRETE. 100,000 FY23 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13221 GRAND GLAIZE WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2024) REPAIR SPALLED AND CRACKED CONCRETE. DETERIORATING CONCRETE. 320,000 FY24 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12281 GRAND NATIONAL SANITARY RELIEF (GRAND NATIONAL DR TO KNEELAND RD) CONSTRUCT 2,000 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. UNDERSIZED SANITARY SEWERS. 136,000 FY23 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12815 GRAVOIS CREEK SANITARY TRUNK RELOCATION (AFFTON ATHLETIC COMPLEX) CONSTRUCT 1,420 FEET OF 42-INCH SEWER, 65 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER, 7 MANHOLES, AND 396 FEET OF 42-INCH CIPP LINING. TRUNK SEWER RELOCATION OUT OF GRAVIOS CREEK REQUIRED. 363,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12815 GRAVOIS CREEK SANITARY TRUNK RELOCATION (AFFTON ATHLETIC COMPLEX) CONSTRUCT 1,420 FEET OF 42-INCH SEWER, 65 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER, 7 MANHOLES, AND 396 FEET OF 42-INCH CIPP LINING. TRUNK SEWER RELOCATION OUT OF GRAVIOS CREEK REQUIRED. 1,700,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12814 GRAVOIS CREEK SANITARY TRUNK STREAM STABILIZATION (GREEN PK IND DR) INSTALL 200 CUBIC YARDS OF GABION PROTECTION ALONG GRAVOIS CREEK BETWEEN MANHOLES 27J4- 033S AND 27J4-031S. EROSION THREATENING SEWER. 86,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12814 GRAVOIS CREEK SANITARY TRUNK STREAM STABILIZATION (GREEN PK IND DR) INSTALL 200 CUBIC YARDS OF GABION PROTECTION ALONG GRAVOIS CREEK BETWEEN MANHOLES 27J4- 033S AND 27J4-031S. EROSION THREATENING SEWER. 130,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12291 GREENBRIAR #2 PUMP STATION (P- 448) ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-448 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN. PUMP STATION P-448 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. 450,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Renewal SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-55 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12334 HAMPTON CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (DEER CREEK TRUNK TO OXFORD DR) PHASE I CONSTRUCT 6,000 FEET OF 36-INCH TO 72-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SEWERS. ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL REQUIRED. 16,000,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12334 HAMPTON CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (DEER CREEK TRUNK TO OXFORD DR) PHASE I CONSTRUCT 6,000 FEET OF 36-INCH TO 72-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SEWERS. ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL REQUIRED. 10,500,000 FY24 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11797 HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - DARVER TO 69TH STREET TRUNK SEWER CONSTRUCT 8,550 OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH TRUNK SEWER, 70 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 3,000 FEET OF SEWER LINING. BUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 4,000,000 FY22 Construction CITYSHED 11797 HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - DARVER TO 69TH STREET TRUNK SEWER CONSTRUCT 8,550 OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH TRUNK SEWER, 70 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 3,000 FEET OF SEWER LINING. BUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 1,760,000 FY23 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) CITYSHED 11796 HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - HAMILTON TO DARVER TRUNK SEWER CONSTRUCT 2,050 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 102-INCH SEWERS, AND 900 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 325 FEET OF SEWER LINING IN THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 6,000,000 FY21 Construction CITYSHED 11796 HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - HAMILTON TO DARVER TRUNK SEWER CONSTRUCT 2,050 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 102-INCH SEWERS, AND 900 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 325 FEET OF SEWER LINING IN THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 3,300,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) CITYSHED 11798 HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - HODIAMONT TO CHERRY TRUNK SEWER B CONSTRUCT 5,540 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 84-INCH SEWER, 330 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 1,500 FEET OF SEWER LINING. BUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 5,000,000 FY23 Construction CITYSHED 11798 HARLEM BADEN RELIEF PHASE IV (HEBERT) - HODIAMONT TO CHERRY TRUNK SEWER B CONSTRUCT 5,540 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 84-INCH SEWER, 330 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL, AND 1,500 FEET OF SEWER LINING. BUILDING BACKUPS AND FLOODING DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 2,500,000 FY24 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) CITYSHED SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-56 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12695 HARLEM BADEN RELIEF SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT A) DESIGN HARLEM BADEN WATERSHED SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS TO INCLUDE SEWER SEPARATION, SEWER CONSTRUCTION, AND SEWER REHABILITATION. INADEQUATE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM IN THE HARLEM AND BADEN WATERSHEDS CAUSING SURFACE FLOODING AND BUILDING BACKUPS. 500,000 FY21 Professional Services CITYSHED 13231 HARLEM CITYSHED MITIGATION BASINS (ASHLAND AND ESSEX) CONSTRUCT 4 STORMWATER DETENTION BASINS, AND 4 RAIN GARDENS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND STREET FLOODING. 9,000,000 FY21 Construction CITYSHED 13231 HARLEM CITYSHED MITIGATION BASINS (ASHLAND AND ESSEX) CONSTRUCT 4 STORMWATER DETENTION BASINS, AND 4 RAIN GARDENS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND STREET FLOODING. 5,400,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) CITYSHED 12942 HARLEM CITYSHED MITIGATION BASINS (ASHLAND AND ESSEX) - SEPARATION SEWERS CONSTRUCT 16,320 OF STORM SEWER FOR SOFT SEPARATION. BUILDING BACKUPS AND STREET FLOODING. 7,900,000 FY23 Construction CITYSHED 12299 HAWTHORNE ESTATES SANITARY RELIEF (RANCH LN TO CLAYTON HILLS LN) CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 87,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12299 HAWTHORNE ESTATES SANITARY RELIEF (RANCH LN TO CLAYTON HILLS LN) CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 350,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12846 HEIMOS PUMP STATION (P-503) FORCEMAIN REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT 2,100 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER, INCLUDING 2,010 FEET OF PIPE IN TUNNEL. PUMP STATION ELIMINATION POSSIBLE WITH GRAVITY SEWER CONSTRUCTION UPON COMPLETION OF THE LOWER MERAMEC PHASE II TUNNEL. 1,110,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12308 HORTON PUMP STATION (P-814) ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-814 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN. PUMP STATION P-814 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. 90,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12308 HORTON PUMP STATION (P-814) ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-814 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN. PUMP STATION P-814 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. 354,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-57 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12312 HUNTLEIGH TRAILS LN SANITARY RELIEF (TWO MILE CREEK TRUNK SEWER TO N GEYER RD) CONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 240,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12312 HUNTLEIGH TRAILS LN SANITARY RELIEF (TWO MILE CREEK TRUNK SEWER TO N GEYER RD) CONSTRUCT 3,500 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 960,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12995 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2021) CONSTRUCT REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENT PLANTS AND PUMP STATIONS. FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSE MAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FOR CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. 3,000,000 FY21 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12996 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2022) CONSTRUCT REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENT PLANTS AND PUMP STATIONS. FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSE MAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FOR CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. 3,000,000 FY22 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12997 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2023) CONSTRUCT REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENT PLANTS AND PUMP STATIONS. FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSE MAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FOR CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. 3,000,000 FY23 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12998 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2024) CONSTRUCT REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENT PLANTS AND PUMP STATIONS. FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSE MAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FOR CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. 3,000,000 FY24 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 13014 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2021) CONTRACT A CONSTRUCT CURED-IN- PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION FOR SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND REPAIR, AS NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION EFFORTS. DETERIORATED AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSE PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS. 2,500,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Renewal SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-58 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13015 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2021) CONTRACT B CONSTRUCT CURED-IN- PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION FOR SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND REPAIR, AS NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION EFFORTS. DETERIORATED AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSE PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS. 2,500,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Renewal 13016 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2022) CONTRACT A CONSTRUCT CURED-IN- PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION FOR SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND REPAIR, AS NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION EFFORTS. DETERIORATED AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSE PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS. 2,500,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Renewal 13017 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2022) CONTRACT B CONSTRUCT CURED-IN- PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION FOR SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND REPAIR, AS NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION EFFORTS. DETERIORATED AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSE PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS. 2,500,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Renewal 13018 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2023) CONTRACT A CONSTRUCT CURED-IN- PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION FOR SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND REPAIR, AS NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION EFFORTS. DETERIORATED AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSE PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS. 2,500,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Renewal 13019 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2023) CONTRACT B CONSTRUCT CURED-IN- PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION FOR SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND REPAIR, AS NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION EFFORTS. DETERIORATED AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSE PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS. 2,500,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Renewal SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-59 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13020 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2024) CONTRACT A CONSTRUCT CURED-IN- PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION FOR SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND REPAIR, AS NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION EFFORTS. DETERIORATED AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSE PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS. 5,000,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Renewal 13021 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (REHABILITATION) (2024) CONTRACT B CONSTRUCT CURED-IN- PLACE PIPE INSTALLATION FOR SYSTEM REHABILITATION AND REPAIR, AS NEEDS ARE IDENTIFIED BY SEWER CLEANING AND INSPECTION EFFORTS. DETERIORATED AND DAMAGED SEWER LINES CAUSE PIPE COLLAPSES, BLOCKED MAINS, AND BUILDING BACKUPS. 5,000,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12987 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2021) CONSTRUCT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE DISTRICTWIDE. AGING AND DETERIORATING WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE IS IN NEED OF REPAIR AND/OR REPLACEMENT. 7,000,000 FY21 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12988 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2022) CONSTRUCT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE DISTRICTWIDE. AGING AND DETERIORATING WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE IS IN NEED OF REPAIR AND/OR REPLACEMENT. 7,000,000 FY22 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12989 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2023) CONSTRUCT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE DISTRICTWIDE. AGING AND DETERIORATING WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE IS IN NEED OF REPAIR AND/OR REPLACEMENT. 7,000,000 FY23 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12990 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (WASTEWATER) (2024) CONSTRUCT REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE DISTRICTWIDE. AGING AND DETERIORATING WASTEWATER INFRASTRUCTURE IS IN NEED OF REPAIR AND/OR REPLACEMENT. 7,000,000 FY24 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12313 JEFFERSON BARRACKS CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (N. KINSWOOD LN TO S. FRANRU LN) CONSTRUCT 6,700 FEET OF 10-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 575,000 FY24 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-60 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11957 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL CONSOLIDATION SEWERS CONSTRUCT 6,160 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND REHABILITATE 2,800 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER, TO CONVEY FLOW TO THE NEW JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL. INADEQUATE CAPACITY TO TRANSPORT SANITARY FLOWS FROM THE MARTIGNEY CREEK SERVICE AREA TO THE TREATMENT PLANT. 3,710,000 FY21 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11957 JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL CONSOLIDATION SEWERS CONSTRUCT 6,160 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND REHABILITATE 2,800 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER, TO CONVEY FLOW TO THE NEW JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL. INADEQUATE CAPACITY TO TRANSPORT SANITARY FLOWS FROM THE MARTIGNEY CREEK SERVICE AREA TO THE TREATMENT PLANT. 40,000 FY21 Engineering During Construction Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 13227 L51 PUMP STATION FORCEMAIN IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 9,100 FEET OF 30-INCH REPLACEMENT FORCEMAIN, OR REHABILITATE EXISTING FORCEMAIN. EXISTING FORCEMAIN FROM THE L51 PUMP STATION TO THE MISSOURI RIVER WWTF IS NEARING THE END OF ITS USEFUL LIFE. 900,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 13227 L51 PUMP STATION FORCEMAIN IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 9,100 FEET OF 30-INCH REPLACEMENT FORCEMAIN, OR REHABILITATE EXISTING FORCEMAIN. EXISTING FORCEMAIN FROM THE L51 PUMP STATION TO THE MISSOURI RIVER WWTF IS NEARING THE END OF ITS USEFUL LIFE. 3,600,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12322 LAFAYETTE SANITARY RELIEF (STRECKER RD TO DURANGO PASS CT) CONSTRUCT 3,300 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXISTING 8-INCH SEWER DOES NOT HAVE ADEQUATE CAPACITY. 4,000,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12322 LAFAYETTE SANITARY RELIEF (STRECKER RD TO DURANGO PASS CT) CONSTRUCT 3,300 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXISTING 8-INCH SEWER DOES NOT HAVE ADEQUATE CAPACITY. 2,913,000 FY23 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) Asset Management Capacity 12323 LAKE FOREST DR SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 42-INCH STORM SEWER. SEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 497,000 FY21 Design Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12323 LAKE FOREST DR SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 42-INCH STORM SEWER. SEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 2,100,000 FY23 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-61 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12325 LANG ROYCE SANITARY RELIEF (FARGO DR TO FLORIDALE CT) CONSTRUCT 1,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-291. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-291 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 471,000 FY22 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12371 LAUMEIER PARK (P-469) STORAGE CONSTRUCT STORAGE FACILITY AT PUMP STATION. PUMP STATION REQUIRES ADDITIONAL STORAGE. 20,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12371 LAUMEIER PARK (P-469) STORAGE CONSTRUCT STORAGE FACILITY AT PUMP STATION. PUMP STATION REQUIRES ADDITIONAL STORAGE. 51,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11817 LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT FOR THE EXISTING LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN. DEMOLISH EXISTING LEMAY PUMP STATION (P-303), MARTIGNEY PUMP STATION (P-306), AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS PUMP STATION (P-305). JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL PROJECT REQUIRES A NEW PUMP STATION TO CONVEY FLOWS TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT. 23,555,000 FY21 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11817 LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT FOR THE EXISTING LEMAY NO. 3 PUMP STATION AND FORCE MAIN. DEMOLISH EXISTING LEMAY PUMP STATION (P-303), MARTIGNEY PUMP STATION (P-306), AND JEFFERSON BARRACKS PUMP STATION (P-305). JEFFERSON BARRACKS TUNNEL PROJECT REQUIRES A NEW PUMP STATION TO CONVEY FLOWS TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT PLANT. 385,000 FY21 Engineering During Construction Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12059 LEMAY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (2021) CONTRACT A REHABILITATION OF THE PUBLIC SEWER SYSTEM USING THE CURED IN PLACE PIPE METHOD, TO REDUCE PUBLIC I/I. INFLOW AND INFILTRATION CAUSING OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 7,660,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11145 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 650,000 FY21 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-62 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11145 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 650,000 FY22 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11145 LEMAY SANITARY SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 650,000 FY23 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12826 LEMAY WWTF FINAL CLARIFIER COLLECTOR REPLACEMENT REPLACE CLARIFIER EQUIPMENT AT 4 CLARIFIERS. ORIGINAL PLANT CLARIFIER EQUIPMENT IS BEYOND EXPECTED LIFE, AND IS IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT. 1,300,000 FY21 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13153 LEMAY WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2023) CONSTRUCT CONCRETE REPAIRS, REPLACE SECONDARY CLARIFIER DUCT BANK, AND RENEW 4 GRIT TANKS. AGING AND DETERIORATED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRE REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT. 910,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13153 LEMAY WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2023) CONSTRUCT CONCRETE REPAIRS, REPLACE SECONDARY CLARIFIER DUCT BANK, AND RENEW 4 GRIT TANKS. AGING AND DETERIORATED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRE REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT. 3,628,000 FY23 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12328 LINDBERGH PARK COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BREDELL AVE TO PRINCETON PL) CONSTRUCT 3,800 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 60-INCH STORM SEWER, TO SEPARATE STORM FLOWS FROM THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. SEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 650,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12328 LINDBERGH PARK COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BREDELL AVE TO PRINCETON PL) CONSTRUCT 3,800 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 60-INCH STORM SEWER, TO SEPARATE STORM FLOWS FROM THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. SEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 2,600,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11943 LINDBERGH SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO N LINDBERGH BLVD) REPLACE 3,150 FEET OF 8- INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER WITH 12-INCH TO 18- INCH SANITARY SEWER. SANITARY SEWER IS EXPOSED AT CREEK CROSSINGS, INADEQUATE CAPACITY, AND SEWER BACKUPS. 241,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-63 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11943 LINDBERGH SANITARY RELIEF (MEADOWSIDE DR TO N LINDBERGH BLVD) REPLACE 3,150 FEET OF 8- INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER WITH 12-INCH TO 18- INCH SANITARY SEWER. SANITARY SEWER IS EXPOSED AT CREEK CROSSINGS, INADEQUATE CAPACITY, AND SEWER BACKUPS. 960,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12329 LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I- 170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07) CONSTRUCT 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP- 417, BP-433, AND BP-476 AND WET WEATHER PUMP STATION P-790. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. FOUR CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, AND BP-476 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 4,000,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12329 LINDLEY DRIVE SANITARY RELIEF (I- 170 TO ASHMONT DR) (UR-07) CONSTRUCT 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP- 417, BP-433, AND BP-476 AND WET WEATHER PUMP STATION P-790. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. FOUR CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, AND BP-476 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 1,762,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12330 LINDSAY I/I REDUCTION (CHARBONIER RD AND N. LINDBERGH BLVD) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES AND REHABILITATE 9,700 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 52,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12330 LINDSAY I/I REDUCTION (CHARBONIER RD AND N. LINDBERGH BLVD) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 10 PROPERTIES AND REHABILITATE 9,700 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 33,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12331 LINDY I/I REDUCTION (CABALLERO DR AND CHAMBERLAIN DR) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY AND REHABILITATE FIVE MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SANITARY SEWERS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 20,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-64 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12331 LINDY I/I REDUCTION (CABALLERO DR AND CHAMBERLAIN DR) PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY AND REHABILITATE FIVE MANHOLES AND ASSOCIATED SANITARY SEWERS. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 30,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12332 LITTLETON CT. SANITARY RELIEF (OLD SMIZER MILL RD AND 141 TO LA PALMA DR) CONSTRUCT 2,600 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 192,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12332 LITTLETON CT. SANITARY RELIEF (OLD SMIZER MILL RD AND 141 TO LA PALMA DR) CONSTRUCT 2,600 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 770,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11820 LMRDP CSO STORAGE TUNNEL (BROADWAY TO RDP TUBES) CONSTRUCT A 30 FOOT FINISHED DIAMETER, 9 MILE LONG, 200 TO 250 FOOT DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL WHICH FOLLOWS APPROXIMATELY THE RIVER DES PERES ALIGNMENT, INCLUDING SEVERAL CONNECTING TUNNELS, ACCESS SHAFTS AND INTAKE STRUCTURES, IN THE LEMAY WATERSHED. MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. 2,000,000 FY24 Design Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12333 LOHMEYER COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BENTLEY DR TO BREDELL AVE) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 42-INCH STORM SEWER, TO SEPARATE STORM FLOWS FROM THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. SEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 170,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12333 LOHMEYER COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (BENTLEY DR TO BREDELL AVE) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 42-INCH STORM SEWER, TO SEPARATE STORM FLOWS FROM THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. SEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 660,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12489 LOUISA AND ARSENAL PUMP STATIONS (P-112 AND P-113) UPGRADES CONSTRUCT UPGRADE OF MECHANICAL VALVE AND PIPING SYSTEMS. MECHANICAL SYSTEMS ARE AGING AND IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT. 3,300,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12741 LOUISVILLE AVENUE AND OAKLAND AVENUE COMBINED SEWER RELIEF CONSTRUCT 1,280 FEET OF 24-INCH RELIEF SEWER AND 800 FEET OF 96-INCH COMBINED SEWER WET WEATHER STORAGE. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED MAINS. 2,450,000 FY21 Construction CITYSHED SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-65 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES. MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. 385,000 FY21 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES. MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. 270,000 FY21 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES. MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. 395,000 FY22 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES. MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. 270,000 FY22 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-66 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES. MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. 410,000 FY23 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES. MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. 270,000 FY23 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES. MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. 420,000 FY24 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 11109 LOWER & MIDDLE RDP CSO CONTROLS SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) DESIGN OF 47,400 FEET OF CSO STORAGE TUNNEL, CONSOLIDATION SEWERS, AND DEWATERING PUMP STATIONS. THIS PROJECT ALSO INCLUDES MANAGEMENT SERVICES, FIELD INVESTIGATIONS AND PRELIMINARY STUDIES. MITIGATION OF CSO FLOWS INTO THE RIVER DES PERES IS REQUIRED BY CONSENT DECREE, NECESSITATING CONSTRUCTION OF A DEEP STORAGE TUNNEL SYSTEM. 270,000 FY24 Professional Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-67 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL CONSTRUCT 36,000 FEET OF 8-FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, TO ENABLE TREATMENT OF FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION IS PART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. 25,000,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL CONSTRUCT 36,000 FEET OF 8-FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, TO ENABLE TREATMENT OF FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION IS PART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. 1,000,000 FY21 Engineering During Construction Services Asset Management Capacity 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL CONSTRUCT 36,000 FEET OF 8-FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, TO ENABLE TREATMENT OF FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION IS PART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. 70,000,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) Asset Management Capacity 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL CONSTRUCT 36,000 FEET OF 8-FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, TO ENABLE TREATMENT OF FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION IS PART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. 1,000,000 FY22 Engineering During Construction Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-68 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL CONSTRUCT 36,000 FEET OF 8-FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, TO ENABLE TREATMENT OF FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION IS PART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. 60,000,000 FY23 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) Asset Management Capacity 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL CONSTRUCT 36,000 FEET OF 8-FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, TO ENABLE TREATMENT OF FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION IS PART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. 1,000,000 FY23 Engineering During Construction Services Asset Management Capacity 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL CONSTRUCT 36,000 FEET OF 8-FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, TO ENABLE TREATMENT OF FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION IS PART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. 57,000,000 FY24 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) Asset Management Capacity 11746 LOWER MERAMEC RIVER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS - BAUMGARTNER TO FENTON WWTF TUNNEL CONSTRUCT 36,000 FEET OF 8-FOOT DIAMETER DEEP TUNNEL TO CONVEY WASTEWATER FROM THE FENTON WWTF TO THE BAUMGARTNER TUNNEL, TO ENABLE TREATMENT OF FLOWS AT THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF. THE FENTON WWTF IS AN INTERIM FACILITY AND IT'S ELIMINATION IS PART OF THE EAST WEST GATEWAY SECTION 208 REGIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN. 1,000,000 FY24 Engineering During Construction Services Asset Management Capacity 13164 LOWER MERAMEC TUNNEL I/I SOURCE REDUCTION PHASE I REHABILITATE 2,150 FEET OF 60-INCH DIAMETER SANITARY SEWER. DURING FLOOD INUNDATION AND HIGH GROUNDWATER, INFLOW AND INFILTRATION OCCURS INTO THE LOWER MERAMEC TUNNEL. 1,525,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Renewal SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-69 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13165 LOWER MERAMEC TUNNEL I/I SOURCE REDUCTION PHASE II REHABILITATE 5,250 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 48-INCH SANITARY SEWERS AND 120 STRUCTURES. DURING FLOOD INUNDATION AND HIGH GROUNDWATER, INFLOW AND INFILTRATION OCCURS INTO THE LOWER MERAMEC TUNNEL. 1,110,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW, AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 2,500,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW, AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 30,000,000 FY22 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW, AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 1,800,000 FY22 Construction Management Services During Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW, AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 1,500,000 FY22 Engineering During Construction Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-70 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW, AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 30,000,000 FY23 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW, AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 1,800,000 FY23 Construction Management Services During Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW, AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 750,000 FY23 Engineering During Construction Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW, AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 20,000,000 FY24 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW, AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 1,200,000 FY24 Construction Management Services During Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-71 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12255 LOWER MERAMEC WWTF EXPANSION PHASE II EXPAND THE EXISTING WWTF TO INCREASE CAPACITY FOR ADDITIONAL FLOW AND UPGRADE THE FACILITY TO ENABLE ACCOMMODATION OF POTENTIAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL REQUIREMENTS. ADDITIONAL FLOW TO THE LOWER MERAMEC WWTF DUE TO ELIMINATION OF THE FENTON WWTF, AND POTENTIAL FUTURE NUTRIENT REMOVAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. 750,000 FY24 Engineering During Construction Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12337 MAIN SANITARY RELIEF (VANCE RD TO INEZ AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 208,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12337 MAIN SANITARY RELIEF (VANCE RD TO INEZ AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,200 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 832,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12762 MALINE CREEK CSO BP 051 & 052 LOCAL STORAGE FACILITY (RAIN GARDEN) CONSTRUCT RAIN GARDENS AND LANDSCAPING ADJACENT TO THE NEW MALINE CSO PUMP STATION. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CSO LONG TERM CONTROL PLAN IS NEEDED. 200,000 FY21 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12338 MANCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND HWY 141) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 51,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12338 MANCHESTER I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND HWY 141) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 205,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12339 MANCHESTER RD AND S BIG BEND BLVD COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (HAMPTON CREEK TO LYNDOVER PL) CONSTRUCT 5,500 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 60-INCH STORM SEWER, TO SEPARATE STORM FLOWS FROM THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. SEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 930,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12339 MANCHESTER RD AND S BIG BEND BLVD COMBINED SEWER RELIEF (HAMPTON CREEK TO LYNDOVER PL) CONSTRUCT 5,500 FEET OF 30-INCH TO 60-INCH STORM SEWER, TO SEPARATE STORM FLOWS FROM THE COMBINED SEWER SYSTEM. SEWER SEPARATION TO MITIGATE BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED COMBINED SEWERS. 3,700,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12343 MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (PATTERSON RD AND MYRTLE DR) REHABILITATE 200 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 20,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12343 MARK TWAIN I/I REDUCTION (PATTERSON RD AND MYRTLE DR) REHABILITATE 200 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 30,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-72 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12344 MARTIGNEY SANITARY RELIEF (KOCH RD TO WOOD HILL DR) CONSTRUCT 10,000 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,550,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12345 MASON VALLEY I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BARRETT PKWY) CONSTRUCT 230 FEET OF 8- INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 8,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 170,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12345 MASON VALLEY I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND BARRETT PKWY) CONSTRUCT 230 FEET OF 8- INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 8,100 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 253,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 10024 MC-02 WATSON TO EDGAR RD SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-580A) PERFORM PRIVATE SEWER LATERAL MODIFICATIONS AT 1 PROPERTY AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-557. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS AND CREEK EROSION. 65,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12346 MCCUTCHEON RD AND THORNDELL SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 640 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 49,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12350 MERAMEC BOTTOMS I/I REDUCTION (LMSA7 AND LMSA7 WEST) CONSTRUCT 180 FEET OF 8- INCH TO 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 7,800 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 20,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12350 MERAMEC BOTTOMS I/I REDUCTION (LMSA7 AND LMSA7 WEST) CONSTRUCT 180 FEET OF 8- INCH TO 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 7,800 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 18-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT ONE PROPERTY. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 45,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 10869 MERAMEC BOTTOMS PUMP STATION (P-489) INTERCEPTOR SEWER CONSTRUCT 3,400 FEET OF 6-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND DECOMMISSION EXISTING PUMP STATION AND FORCEMAIN. PUMP STATION FAILURES AND INADEQUATE CAPACITY FOR CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 1,580,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-73 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12352 MIDLAND SANITARY RELIEF (MIDLAND BLVD TO SIMS AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,320 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-095 AND BP- 145. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-095 AND BP-145 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 1,640,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. 1,000,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. 1,000,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. 1,000,000 FY23 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. 1,000,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12485 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE III REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION. 5,000,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12486 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE IV REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION. 5,000,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12354 MISSOURI RIVER BONFILS SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION PHASE IV ABANDON AND FILL 62,000 FEET OF EXISTING SEWERS. SEWERS ARE NO LONGER IN USE AND ARE ALLOWING I/I TO ENTER THE SYSTEM. 143,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12354 MISSOURI RIVER BONFILS SANITARY SEWER REHABILITATION PHASE IV ABANDON AND FILL 62,000 FEET OF EXISTING SEWERS. SEWERS ARE NO LONGER IN USE AND ARE ALLOWING I/I TO ENTER THE SYSTEM. 476,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Renewal SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-74 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13222 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF DIGESTER GAS STORAGE COVER REPLACEMENT REPLACE TWO MEMBRANE GAS STORAGE COVERS FOR THE ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS. FLEXIBLE MEMBRANE MATERIAL DEGRADING AND NEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE. 1,100,000 FY22 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13223 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF TUNNEL SERVICE WATER PIPING REPLACEMENT REPLACE THE SERVICE WATER PIPING IN THE DIGESTER AND SECONDARY TUNNELS. CORRODED WATER PIPING AT END OF USEFUL LIFE. 400,000 FY21 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12355 MULBERRY CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (HARWICH DR TO S LINDBERGH BLVD) CONSTRUCT 4,300 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 326,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12357 NEWPORT LANDING PUMP STATION (P-480) ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-480 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN. PUMP STATION P-480 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. 132,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12357 NEWPORT LANDING PUMP STATION (P-480) ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-480 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAIN. PUMP STATION P-480 NEEDS TO BE REPLACED. 487,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12359 NOONING TREE PARK SANITARY RELIEF (WHITREE LN TO BRIGHTFIELD MANOR DR) CONSTRUCT 3,600 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 300,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12360 NORMANDIE SANITARY RELIEF (PAGE AVE TO SAINT CHARLES ROCK ROAD) CONSTRUCT 8,600 FEET OF 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-454, BP- 457, AND BP-458. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-454, BP-457, AND BP-458 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 735,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12360 NORMANDIE SANITARY RELIEF (PAGE AVE TO SAINT CHARLES ROCK ROAD) CONSTRUCT 8,600 FEET OF 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-454, BP- 457, AND BP-458. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-454, BP-457, AND BP-458 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 2,935,000 FY24 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12433 NORTH FEE FEE CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION REHABILITATE PUBLIC SEWERS, MANHOLES, AND LATERAL SERVICE CONNECTIONS. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 142,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-75 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12433 NORTH FEE FEE CREEK PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION REHABILITATE PUBLIC SEWERS, MANHOLES, AND LATERAL SERVICE CONNECTIONS. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 4,750,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12365 OLIVETTA STREET SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER. SANITARY SEWER SURCHARGING AND BUILDING BACKUPS IN COMBINED SEWER AREA. 290,000 FY21 Design Services COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12365 OLIVETTA STREET SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 36-INCH STORM SEWER. SANITARY SEWER SURCHARGING AND BUILDING BACKUPS IN COMBINED SEWER AREA. 1,158,000 FY23 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12368 PRICE TO PIONEER SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 5,665 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 684,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12368 PRICE TO PIONEER SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 5,665 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 3,881,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12903 PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION REDUCTION PROGRAM (2021) CONTINUE PROGRAM TO REDUCE AND ELIMINATE PRIVATE INFLOW AND INFILTRATION SOURCES FROM THE SANITARY SYSTEM. PRIVATE SOURCES OF INFLOW AND INFILTRATION ARE OVERCHARGING SANITARY SEWERS. 500,000 FY21 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12699 PUMP STATION REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT DESIGN (CONTRACT C) DESIGN PUMP STATION FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS TO INCLUDE NEEDED REPAIRS, RENOVATIONS, RECONSTRUCTION, OR ELIMINATION. PUMP STATIONS P-448, P-734, AND P-735 TO BE INCLUDED IN THIS WORK. AGING PUMP STATION FACILITIES ARE IN NEED OF REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT. 515,000 FY21 Professional Services Asset Management Renewal SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-76 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12006 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2020) INTEGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS. 150,000 FY21 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12006 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2020) INTEGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS. 150,000 FY22 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12816 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2023) INTEGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS. 150,000 FY23 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-77 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12816 RADAR RAINFALL DATA (2023) INTEGRATE EXISTING RAIN GAUGE NETWORK WITH RADAR IMAGING, FOR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FLOW METERING, INFLOW/INFILTRATION STUDIES, AND HYDRAULIC MODEL CALIBRATIONS. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. PIPE FLOWS FROM INFLOW AND INFILTRATION DUE TO RAIN EVENTS ARE NEEDED TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MODELS. 150,000 FY24 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 11153 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN CONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE. 800,000 FY21 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11153 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN CONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE. 800,000 FY22 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11153 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN CONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE. 600,000 FY23 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11153 RDP TRIBUTARIES & UPPER RDP CSO CONTROLS & LOWER MERAMEC SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS (WATERSHED CONSULTANT) PERFORM AS NEEDED PROGRAM MANAGEMENT, PLANNING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGN SERVICES FOR MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS TO MEET CONSENT DECREE REQUIREMENTS. MAJOR WASTEWATER SYSTEM CONTROLS ARE REQUIRED TO OBTAIN CONSENT DECREE COMPLIANCE. 600,000 FY24 Professional Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-78 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12187 REINKE I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND NEW BALLWIN RD) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 88,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12187 REINKE I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND NEW BALLWIN RD) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 353,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12188 RIVERPORT 6 PUMP STATION (P-781) REPLACEMENT REHABILITATE PUMP STATION P-781 PUMP STATION P-781 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 1,000,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12189 ROBYN HILLS NUMBER 1 PUMP STATION (P-417) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P- 417. PUMP STATION P-417 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 195,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12189 ROBYN HILLS NUMBER 1 PUMP STATION (P-417) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P- 417. PUMP STATION P-417 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 650,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12192 ROSEDALE AVE SANITARY RELIEF (NEWPORT AVE TO ARBOR LN) CONSTRUCT 310 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 30,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12192 ROSEDALE AVE SANITARY RELIEF (NEWPORT AVE TO ARBOR LN) CONSTRUCT 310 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 120,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12195 S BRENTWOOD BLVD SANITARY RELIEF (DAYTONA DR TO WALINCA TERRACE) CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-623. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 143,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12195 S BRENTWOOD BLVD SANITARY RELIEF (DAYTONA DR TO WALINCA TERRACE) CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-623. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 573,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12196 S GORE AVE SANITARY RELIEF (GRAY AVE TO OAK TERR) CONSTRUCT 1,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 140,000 FY23 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12200 SAYLESVILLE SANITARY RELIEF (SAYLESVILLE DR TO S GREENTRAILS DR) CONSTRUCT 3,920 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 3,500,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity 10161 SCHUETZ ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (FOREST BROOK LN TO SUNNY WOOD CT) CONSTRUCT 1,010 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,020,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-79 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12201 SHREWSBURY SANITARY RELIEF SEWER AND I/I REDUCTION (WEIL AVE AND I-44) CONSTRUCT 600 FEET OF 12-INCH STORM SEWER, AND PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 196 PROPERTIES. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,312,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Capacity 13185 SLUDGE TRANSFER FORCEMAIN DESIGN (CONTRACT A) DESIGN SLUDGE TRANSFER FORCEMAINS AND RELATED PUMP STATIONS FROM THE GRAND GLAIZE AND LOWER MERAMEC PLANT FACILITIES, TO ENABLE INCINERATION OF WASTE AT THE LEMAY WWTF WITHOUT TRUCKING. SOLIDS HANDLING SOLUTION NEEDED FOR WASTE GENERATED AT THE GRAND GLAIZE AND LOWER MERAMEC PLANTS. 7,200,000 FY23 Professional Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12202 SMITH CREEK LADUE ROAD SANITARY RELIEF (ROYAL MANOR DR TO HEWLETT CT) CONSTRUCT 5,200 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SEWERS. 360,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12203 SMOKETREE DR TO WHITE BIRCH CT SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 970 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 81,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12203 SMOKETREE DR TO WHITE BIRCH CT SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 970 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 325,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 10756 SOUTH BROADWAY AT MERAMEC COMBINED SEWER REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT 610 FEET OF 12-INCH to 24-INCH COMBINED SEWER UNDER SOUTH BROADWAY, IN TUNNEL OR USING OTHER METHODS. EXISTING 15 INCH COMBINED SEWER IS DETERIORATED WITH NUMEROUS GRADE CHANGES AND BELLIES. LINE HOLDS DEBRIS AND BLOCKS EASILY CAUSING STREET FLOODING. 840,000 FY21 Construction CITYSHED 12204 SOUTH COUNTY RELIEF PUMP STATION (P-419) IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 84-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 200,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. PUMP STATION P-419 NEED IMPROVEMENTS TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 173,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12628 SPIRIT 2 FORCEMAIN IMPROVEMENTS (P-736 TO P-809) CONSTRUCT 4,560 FEET OF 12-INCH FORCEMAIN PARALLEL TO THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN, AND REHABILITATE THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN. LACK OF CAPACITY AND REDUNDANCY FOR EXISTING FORCE MAIN. 1,300,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-80 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12628 SPIRIT 2 FORCEMAIN IMPROVEMENTS (P-736 TO P-809) CONSTRUCT 4,560 FEET OF 12-INCH FORCEMAIN PARALLEL TO THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN, AND REHABILITATE THE EXISTING FORCEMAIN. LACK OF CAPACITY AND REDUNDANCY FOR EXISTING FORCE MAIN. 5,200,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12206 SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS 1 PUMP STATION (P-735) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P- 735. DETERIORATED PUMP STATION REPAIR REPLACMENT 650,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12207 SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS 2 PUMP STATION (P-736) REPLACEMENT CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT OF DETERIORATED PUMP STATION. DETERIORATED PUMP STATION REQUIRES REPLACEMENT. 754,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12208 SPRING AVE SANITARY RELIEF (YEATMAN AVE TO DALE AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,520 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-440. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. ELIMINATION OF CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL REQUIRED. 2,400,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12210 ST. ALBERT I/I REDUCTION (WASHINGTON ST AND ST. FERDINAND ST) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 8,700 FEET 8- INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 5 PROPERTIES. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 930,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12210 ST. ALBERT I/I REDUCTION (WASHINGTON ST AND ST. FERDINAND ST) CONSTRUCT 1,200 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. REHABILITATE 8,700 FEET 8- INCH TO 15-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 5 PROPERTIES. EXCESSIVE I/I CAUSING OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 453,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12211 ST. ANTHONY SANITARY RELIEF (S NEW FLORISSANT RD TO ST. BERNADETTE LN) CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 152,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12211 ST. ANTHONY SANITARY RELIEF (S NEW FLORISSANT RD TO ST. BERNADETTE LN) CONSTRUCT 1,400 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 609,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-81 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12212 ST. GEORGE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (DAISY LN TO GRAVOIS RD TO NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE) CONSTRUCT 4,410 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-404 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 3,520,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12213 ST. JACQUES SANITARY RELIEF (ST. JACQUES ST TO N LAFAYETTE ST) CONSTRUCT 1,375 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-110. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-110 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 734,000 FY22 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12214 ST. JOACHIM'S SANITARY RELIEF (ST. GENEVIEVE LN TO LYNROS DR) CONSTRUCT 3,600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 295,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12214 ST. JOACHIM'S SANITARY RELIEF (ST. GENEVIEVE LN TO LYNROS DR) CONSTRUCT 3,600 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,181,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12216 ST. JOACHIM'S SANITARY RELIEF (ST. GENEVIEVE LN TO MARMARY DR) CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 261,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12216 ST. JOACHIM'S SANITARY RELIEF (ST. GENEVIEVE LN TO MARMARY DR) CONSTRUCT 2,800 FEET OF 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,046,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12217 ST. MATTHIAS SANITARY RELIEF (ST. SHAWN LN TO STONEHARD DR) CONSTRUCT 2,100 FEET OF 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 211,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12217 ST. MATTHIAS SANITARY RELIEF (ST. SHAWN LN TO STONEHARD DR) CONSTRUCT 2,100 FEET OF 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 842,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12219 STRASSNER AVE SANITARY RELIEF (BLACK CREEK TRUNK TO SWALLOW DR) CONSTRUCT 4,000 FEET OF 21-INCH TO 30-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 667,000 FY24 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 10766 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) CONTINUE THE STREAM GAUGE DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WASTEWATER AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS, AND TO SUPPORT REPORTING WHICH IS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO THE CONSENT DECREE. DATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND IS UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS. 600,000 FY21 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-82 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 10766 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) CONTINUE THE STREAM GAUGE DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WASTEWATER AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS, AND TO SUPPORT REPORTING WHICH IS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO THE CONSENT DECREE. DATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND IS UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS. 605,000 FY22 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 10766 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) CONTINUE THE STREAM GAUGE DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WASTEWATER AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS, AND TO SUPPORT REPORTING WHICH IS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO THE CONSENT DECREE. DATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND IS UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS. 605,000 FY23 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 10766 STREAM FLOW GAUGE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (USGS) CONTINUE THE STREAM GAUGE DATA COLLECTION PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH WASTEWATER AND STORMWATER PLANNING AND DESIGN EFFORTS, AND TO SUPPORT REPORTING WHICH IS REQUIRED PURSUANT TO THE CONSENT DECREE. DATA IS REQUIRED TO DETERMINE URBAN RAINFALL/RUNOFF RESPONSE OF WATERSHEDS AND IS UTILIZED FOR WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY EVALUATION OF STREAMS. 605,000 FY24 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12004 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2020) PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. STREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATIONS, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS. 300,000 FY21 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-83 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12004 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2020) PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2022 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. STREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATIONS, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS. 300,000 FY22 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12806 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2023) PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. STREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATIONS, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS. 350,000 FY23 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12806 STREAM FLOW WATER QUALITY SAMPLING (2023) PERFORM SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS OF STREAM WATER QUALITY WITHIN MSD'S SERVICE AREA. SERVICES MAY BE RENEWED THROUGH FY2025 BASED ON PERFORMANCE. STREAM SAMPLING IS REQUIRED TO DOCUMENT WATER QUALITY CHANGES FROM IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CSO LTCP, SSO ELIMINATIONS, & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS. 350,000 FY24 Vendor Services DISTRICT WIDE 12220 SUB-TRUNK #11 SANITARY RELIEF (BELGROVE DR TO LOTHIAN CIR) CONSTRUCT 1,100 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 78,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12221 SUB-TRUNK #2 SANITARY RELIEF (BIRMINGHAM CT TO COVE LN) CONSTRUCT 4,400 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-210, BP- 211 AND BP-213. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-210, BP-211 AND BP-213 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 3,369,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 11669 SUB-TRUNK #3 SANITARY RELIEF (MURIEL DR TO JENNER LN) CONSTRUCT 4,300 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-214. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-214 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 2,195,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12224 SUNSET COUNTRY CLUB PUMP STATION (P-408) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 31,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE PUMP STATION P-408 NEEDS IMPROVEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 40,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-84 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12224 SUNSET COUNTRY CLUB PUMP STATION (P-408) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 150 FEET OF 72-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 31,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE PUMP STATION P-408 NEEDS IMPROVEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 155,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12231 TM-01 TWO MILE CREEK OUTFALL SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 9,700 FEET OF 36-INCH TO 48-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,075,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12232 TM-03 TWO MILE CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (TWO MILE TRUNK TO FIRETHORN DR) CONSTRUCT 350 FEET OF 18-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-556. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-556 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 230,000 FY22 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12233 TM-04 TWO MILE SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II (LOCKETT RD TO MEIER RD) OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 51,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12233 TM-04 TWO MILE SANITARY RELIEF PHASE II (LOCKETT RD TO MEIER RD) OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 204,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12234 TOPPING I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND TOPPING RD) REHABILITATE 1,400 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN THE TOPPING STUDY AREA. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 20,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12234 TOPPING I/I REDUCTION (MANCHESTER RD AND TOPPING RD) REHABILITATE 1,400 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION IN THE TOPPING STUDY AREA. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 67,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12236 TOWNE SOUTH SANITARY RELIEF (BROAD OAK DR TO TESSON FERRY RD) CONSTRUCTION 2,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 245,000 FY23 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12239 TULANE-WILBUR OUTFALL SANITARY RELIEF SEWER (WEBER RD TO HILDESHEIM AVE) CONSTRUCT 4,630 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND 1,235 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-618. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. YARD AND STRUCTURE FLOODING. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-618 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 4,000,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12239 TULANE-WILBUR OUTFALL SANITARY RELIEF SEWER (WEBER RD TO HILDESHEIM AVE) CONSTRUCT 4,630 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 21-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND 1,235 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 18-INCH STORM SEWER. ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-618. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. YARD AND STRUCTURE FLOODING. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-618 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 1,894,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-85 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 11992 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY CONSTRUCT A 9 MILLION GALLON STORAGE FACILITY, PUMP STATION, AND COLLECTION SEWERS. SANITARY STORAGE IS NECESSARY IN THE UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED FOR FLOW ALLOCATION TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT FACILITY DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS. 50,000,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11992 UNIVERSITY CITY SANITARY STORAGE FACILITY CONSTRUCT A 9 MILLION GALLON STORAGE FACILITY, PUMP STATION, AND COLLECTION SEWERS. SANITARY STORAGE IS NECESSARY IN THE UNIVERSITY CITY WATERSHED FOR FLOW ALLOCATION TO THE LEMAY TREATMENT FACILITY DURING WET WEATHER EVENTS. 50,000,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) Asset Management Capacity 12241 UPPER BADEN SANITARY RELIEF (JENNINGS STATION RD TO OAKRIDGE BLVD) CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-001. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-001 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 281,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12241 UPPER BADEN SANITARY RELIEF (JENNINGS STATION RD TO OAKRIDGE BLVD) CONSTRUCT 2,700 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-001. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL BP-001 REQUIRES REMOVAL. 1,123,000 FY24 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12242 UPPER FISHPOT EAST SANITARY RELIEF (FIELD AVE TO WOLFF LN) CONSTRUCT 3,400 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS 303,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12242 UPPER FISHPOT EAST SANITARY RELIEF (FIELD AVE TO WOLFF LN) CONSTRUCT 3,400 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS 1,213,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12245 UPPER LAWNVIEW CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (RHAPSODY LN TO MILLVALLEY DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 418,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12245 UPPER LAWNVIEW CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (RHAPSODY LN TO MILLVALLEY DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,672,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12249 UPPER MATTESE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (THEISS RD TO LIBERTY TRAIL RD) CONSTRUCT 14,000 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,433,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12249 UPPER MATTESE TRUNK SANITARY RELIEF (THEISS RD TO LIBERTY TRAIL RD) CONSTRUCT 14,000 FEET OF 18-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 4,000,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-86 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12258 VALLEY PARK I/I REDUCTION (HWY 141 TO SIMPSON PARK) DISCONNECT 4 CATCH BASINS FROM SANITARY SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 3 PROPERTIES. BUILDING BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 286,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12258 VALLEY PARK I/I REDUCTION (HWY 141 TO SIMPSON PARK) DISCONNECT 4 CATCH BASINS FROM SANITARY SEWER. PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 3 PROPERTIES. BUILDING BASEMENT BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 269,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12507 VALLEY PUBLIC I/I REDUCTION (CLARKSON RD AND KEHRS MILL RD) REHABILITATE 11,000 FEET OF 8-INCH SEWER. EXCESSIVE PUBLIC I/I CAUSING BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 2,880,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12262 VALLEY VIEW PUMP STATION (P-734) REPLACEMENT REPLACE PUMP STATION P- 734. PUMP STATION P-734 NEEDS REPLACEMENT TO MEET SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 650,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Renewal 11676 VILLA COUBLAY SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 510 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 355,000 FY22 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12263 VILLE PATRICIA SANITARY RELIEF (VILLE ROSA LN TO CAMPUS PARKWAY DR) CONSTRUCT 2,400 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 305,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12268 WATERFORD SANITARY RELIEF (N WATERFORD DR TO DURWOOD DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 372,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12268 WATERFORD SANITARY RELIEF (N WATERFORD DR TO DURWOOD DR) CONSTRUCT 4,200 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,486,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12922 WATKINS CREEK PUMP STATION (P- 101) FORCEMAIN REPLACEMENT (COAL BANK RD TO SPRING GARDEN DR) CONSTRUCT 9,480 FEET OF 20-INCH FORCEMAIN. EXISTING FORCEMAIN HAS EXTENSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY HYDROGEN SULFIDE AND AIR POCKETS. 6,000,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12922 WATKINS CREEK PUMP STATION (P- 101) FORCEMAIN REPLACEMENT (COAL BANK RD TO SPRING GARDEN DR) CONSTRUCT 9,480 FEET OF 20-INCH FORCEMAIN. EXISTING FORCEMAIN HAS EXTENSIVE DAMAGE CAUSED BY HYDROGEN SULFIDE AND AIR POCKETS. 4,162,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) Asset Management Capacity 12270 WATKINS CREEK SANITARY RELIEF (KENRAN INDUSTRIAL BLVD TO FARM POND CT) CONSTRUCT 18,000 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 36-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 2,080,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-87 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12271 WATKINS-SPANISH SANITARY RELIEF (MALAGA ST TO TRAMPE AVE) CONSTRUCT 2,500 FEET OF 24-INCH TO 27-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGE SANITARY SEWERS. 290,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 10794 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-628) CONSTRUCT 10,500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 54-INCH DIAMETER SANITARY SEWER FROM SAPPINGTON ROAD, NORTH OF EAST ESSEX TO MARSHALL ROAD. BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED AND DETERIORATED SANITARY SEWERS. 1,000,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 10794 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-628) CONSTRUCT 10,500 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 54-INCH DIAMETER SANITARY SEWER FROM SAPPINGTON ROAD, NORTH OF EAST ESSEX TO MARSHALL ROAD. BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO OVERCHARGED AND DETERIORATED SANITARY SEWERS. 4,500,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12276 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-628) PHASE 2 CONSTRUCT 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-194 AND BP-578. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS AND ELIMINATION OF SSO BP-194 AND BP-578 REQUIRED. 618,000 FY21 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12276 WEBSTER GROVES TRUNK E SANITARY RELIEF (SKME-628) PHASE 2 CONSTRUCT 7,000 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 42-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-194 AND BP-578. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS AND ELIMINATION OF SSO BP-194 AND BP-578 REQUIRED. 2,465,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12277 WEIDMAN I/I REDUCTION (HWY 141 AND DUTCH MILL DR) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 59,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12277 WEIDMAN I/I REDUCTION (HWY 141 AND DUTCH MILL DR) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 237,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11679 WEST LOCKWOOD SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 3,660 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-187 AND BP-587. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS ACTIVATING CONSTRUCTED SSOS. 2,389,000 FY21 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-88 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12279 WESTON PLACE PUMP STATION (P- 771) IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 170 FEET OF 84-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 50,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. PUMPSTATION P-771 NEEDS IMPROVEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 69,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12279 WESTON PLACE PUMP STATION (P- 771) IMPROVEMENTS CONSTRUCT 170 FEET OF 84-INCH PIPE IN ORDER TO PROVIDE 50,000 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. PUMPSTATION P-771 NEEDS IMPROVEMENT TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 276,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 11212 WHITE AND ROSALIE I/I REDUCTION AND BRIDGEPORT SEWER SEPARATION CONSTRUCT 1,900 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 30-INCH STORM SEWER, 1,400 FEET OF 12- INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER, AND PERFORM PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION AT 7 PROPERTIES. STREET FLOODING AND BUILDING BACKUPS DUE TO INADEQUATE COMBINED SEWERS. 3,500,000 FY21 Construction COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW 12583 WHITE BIRCH PUMP STATION (P-725) REHABILITATION OR ELIMINATION ELIMINATE PUMP STATION BY CONSTRUCTING GRAVITY MAIN TO RIVERWOODS PUMP STATION. ELIMINATION OF PUMP STATION POSSIBLE. 1,160,000 FY21 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12280 WHITE PLAINS SANITARY RELIEF (SALTBOX DR TO CEDAR CREEK RD) CONSTRUCT 2,500 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 191,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12280 WHITE PLAINS SANITARY RELIEF (SALTBOX DR TO CEDAR CREEK RD) CONSTRUCT 2,500 FEET OF 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 762,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12284 WILSON AVE SANITARY RELIEF (HARRISON AVE TO CLEVELAND AVE) CONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 68,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12284 WILSON AVE SANITARY RELIEF (HARRISON AVE TO CLEVELAND AVE) CONSTRUCT 700 FEET OF 12-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 271,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12287 WILSON SANITARY RELIEF (WILD HORSE CREEK RD TO CLARKSON RD) CONSTRUCT 9,200 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS 751,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12287 WILSON SANITARY RELIEF (WILD HORSE CREEK RD TO CLARKSON RD) CONSTRUCT 9,200 FEET OF 12-INCH TO 15-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS 3,010,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12288 WILTON PUMP STATION (P-412) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 30 FEET OF 60- INCH PIPE TO PROVIDE 3,700 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. PUMP STATION P-412 NEEDS IMPROVEMENTS TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 20,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-89 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12288 WILTON PUMP STATION (P-412) STORAGE CONSTRUCT 30 FEET OF 60- INCH PIPE TO PROVIDE 3,700 GALLONS OF TEMPORARY STORAGE. PUMP STATION P-412 NEEDS IMPROVEMENTS TO MEET CURRENT SERVICE LEVEL DEMANDS. 30,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12305 WINDMOOR PUMP STATION (P-710) ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-710 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAN. PUMP STATION MAY REQUIRE EVENTUAL ELIMINATION. 100,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity 12305 WINDMOOR PUMP STATION (P-710) ELIMINATION CONSTRUCT 1,300 FEET OF 10-INCH SANITARY SEWER. DECOMMISSION AND ABANDON EXISTING PUMP STATION P-710 AND ASSOCIATED FORCEMAN. PUMP STATION MAY REQUIRE EVENTUAL ELIMINATION. 390,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity 12300 WOODSON SANITARY RELIEF (FLORA AVE TO LACKLAND RD) CONSTRUCT 3,800 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-024, BP- 533, AND BP-534. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-024, BP-533 AND BP-534 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 420,000 FY22 Design Services SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12300 WOODSON SANITARY RELIEF (FLORA AVE TO LACKLAND RD) CONSTRUCT 3,800 FEET OF 15-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. CONTINGENCY PROJECT TO ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-024, BP- 533, AND BP-534. BUILDING BACKUPS AND OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-024, BP-533 AND BP-534 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 1,680,000 FY24 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12302 WW-2 AND WW-3 WARSON WOODS SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 5,960 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-156, BP-340 AND BP-501 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 5,000,000 FY23 Construction SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12302 WW-2 AND WW-3 WARSON WOODS SANITARY RELIEF CONSTRUCT 5,960 FEET OF 8-INCH TO 24-INCH SANITARY SEWER. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALLS BP-156, BP-340 AND BP-501 REQUIRE REMOVAL. 4,062,000 FY24 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW 12307 YARNELL CREEK EAST I/I REDUCTION (LARKIN-WILLIAMS RD AND RUDDER RD) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 20,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-90 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12307 YARNELL CREEK EAST I/I REDUCTION (LARKIN-WILLIAMS RD AND RUDDER RD) PERFORM PUBLIC AND PRIVATE I/I REDUCTION. OVERCHARGED SANITARY SEWERS. 81,000 FY23 Construction Asset Management Capacity SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-91 7.2.3 Detailed CIRP Project List – Not Regulatory or CD Related Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. 1,000,000 FY21 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. 1,000,000 FY22 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. 1,000,000 FY23 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12483 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND ARE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION. 1,000,000 FY24 Design Services Asset Management Renewal 12485 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE III REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION. 5,000,000 FY22 Construction Asset Management Renewal 12486 MISSISSIPPI FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS REHABILITATION PHASE IV REHABILITATE FLOODWALL PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES. FLOODWALL ORS PUMP STATIONS, GATES, AND STRUCTURES ARE OVER 50 YEARS OLD, AND NEED REHABILITATION. 5,000,000 FY24 Construction Asset Management Renewal SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-92 7.2.4 Detailed CIRP Project List –Regulatory but not CD Related Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 3,000,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 2,050,000 FY22 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 100,000,000 FY23 Construction, Design-Build TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 1,000,000 FY23 Construction, Proposer Stipend TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-93 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 10,000,000 FY23 Engineering During Construction Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 150,000,000 FY24 Construction, Design-Build (Supplemental Appropriation) TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12565 BISSELL & LEMAY WWTF FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS CONSTRUCT FLUIDIZED BED INCINERATORS AT THE BISSELL AND LEMAY WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITIES, TO INCLUDE REDUNDANT SLUDGE ACCEPTANCE SYSTEMS AND SOLIDS HANDLING SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS. LONG TERM SOLUTION FOR SOLIDS HANDLING AT TREATMENT FACILITIES IS NEEDED. 15,000,000 FY24 Engineering During Construction Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12548 BISSELL POINT WWTF CONCRETE AND GATE IMPROVEMENTS REPAIR SLUICE GATES AND COMPONENTS, AND CONCRETE. CONCRETE AND SLUICE GATE DETERIORATION DUE TO AGING INFRASTRUCTURE. 600,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12548 BISSELL POINT WWTF CONCRETE AND GATE IMPROVEMENTS REPAIR SLUICE GATES AND COMPONENTS, AND CONCRETE. CONCRETE AND SLUICE GATE DETERIORATION DUE TO AGING INFRASTRUCTURE. 2,400,000 FY22 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12566 BISSELL POINT WWTF TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA REPLACEMENT REPLACE TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA ON SIX FILTERS AT THE BISSELL PLANT. AGING TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA NEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE. 14,000,000 FY21 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-94 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12566 BISSELL POINT WWTF TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA REPLACEMENT REPLACE TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA ON SIX FILTERS AT THE BISSELL PLANT. AGING TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA NEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE. 700,000 FY21 Engineering During Construction Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12566 BISSELL POINT WWTF TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA REPLACEMENT REPLACE TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA ON SIX FILTERS AT THE BISSELL PLANT. AGING TRICKLING FILTER MEDIA NEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE. 8,500,000 FY22 Construction (Supplemental Appropriation) TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13220 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF FINE SCREEN REBUILDS REBUILD FINE SCREENS. DETERIORATING FINE SCREENS AT THE COLDWATER TREATMENT PLANT. 500,000 FY21 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12552 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2022) REPLACE AERATION CONTROL PIPING, AND CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO BOSKERS SWITCH TRACK. AERATION PIPING NEEDS TO BE REPLACED, AND SCREEN IMPROVEMENTS ARE NEEDED. 900,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12552 COLDWATER CREEK WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2022) REPLACE AERATION CONTROL PIPING, AND CONSTRUCT IMPROVEMENTS TO BOSKERS SWITCH TRACK. AERATION PIPING NEEDS TO BE REPLACED, AND SCREEN IMPROVEMENTS ARE NEEDED. 3,480,000 FY22 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13221 GRAND GLAIZE WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2024) REPAIR SPALLED AND CRACKED CONCRETE. DETERIORATING CONCRETE. 100,000 FY23 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13221 GRAND GLAIZE WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2024) REPAIR SPALLED AND CRACKED CONCRETE. DETERIORATING CONCRETE. 320,000 FY24 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 12995 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2021) CONSTRUCT REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENT PLANTS AND PUMP STATIONS. FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSE MAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FOR CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. 3,000,000 FY21 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-95 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 12996 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2022) CONSTRUCT REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENT PLANTS AND PUMP STATIONS. FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSE MAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FOR CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. 3,000,000 FY22 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12997 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2023) CONSTRUCT REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENT PLANTS AND PUMP STATIONS. FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSE MAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FOR CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. 3,000,000 FY23 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12998 INFRASTRUCTURE REPAIRS (FACILITIES) (2024) CONSTRUCT REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS TO ADDRESS NEEDS AT FACILITIES SUCH AS TREATMENT PLANTS AND PUMP STATIONS. FACILITIES HAVE NEEDS FOR REPAIRS OR IMPROVEMENTS THAT POSE MAJOR OPERATIONAL DIFFICULTY, EXPENSE, OR RISK TO WAIT FOR CAPITAL PROJECT DELIVERY. 3,000,000 FY24 Work Order Repair Costs (Capital) Asset Management Renewal 12826 LEMAY WWTF FINAL CLARIFIER COLLECTOR REPLACEMENT REPLACE CLARIFIER EQUIPMENT AT 4 CLARIFIERS. ORIGINAL PLANT CLARIFIER EQUIPMENT IS BEYOND EXPECTED LIFE, AND IS IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT. 1,300,000 FY21 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13153 LEMAY WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2023) CONSTRUCT CONCRETE REPAIRS, REPLACE SECONDARY CLARIFIER DUCT BANK, AND RENEW 4 GRIT TANKS. AGING AND DETERIORATED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRE REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT. 910,000 FY21 Design Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13153 LEMAY WWTF REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS (2023) CONSTRUCT CONCRETE REPAIRS, REPLACE SECONDARY CLARIFIER DUCT BANK, AND RENEW 4 GRIT TANKS. AGING AND DETERIORATED FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRE REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT. 3,628,000 FY23 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-96 Project Number Project Name Scope of Work Problem Description Budget Amount Financial Year Task Project Subtype 13222 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF DIGESTER GAS STORAGE COVER REPLACEMENT REPLACE TWO MEMBRANE GAS STORAGE COVERS FOR THE ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS. FLEXIBLE MEMBRANE MATERIAL DEGRADING AND NEARING END OF USEFUL LIFE. 1,100,000 FY22 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13223 MISSOURI RIVER WWTF TUNNEL SERVICE WATER PIPING REPLACEMENT REPLACE THE SERVICE WATER PIPING IN THE DIGESTER AND SECONDARY TUNNELS. CORRODED WATER PIPING AT END OF USEFUL LIFE. 400,000 FY21 Construction TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS 13185 SLUDGE TRANSFER FORCEMAIN DESIGN (CONTRACT A) DESIGN SLUDGE TRANSFER FORCEMAINS AND RELATED PUMP STATIONS FROM THE GRAND GLAIZE AND LOWER MERAMEC PLANT FACILITIES, TO ENABLE INCINERATION OF WASTE AT THE LEMAY WWTF WITHOUT TRUCKING. SOLIDS HANDLING SOLUTION NEEDED FOR WASTE GENERATED AT THE GRAND GLAIZE AND LOWER MERAMEC PLANTS. 7,200,000 FY23 Professional Services TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-97 7.3 PERFORMANCE METRICS 7.3.1 Operational BENCHMARK DEFINITION Unit 75th Percentile Median 25th Percentile MSD Significance MGD(million gallons per day) of Wastewater Processed per Employee Average MGD wastewater processed/Total number of FTE's (full time equivalents)MGD/FTE's 0.3 0.29 0.18 0.305 MSD is leaner than the 75th percentile comparable to other sewer utilities. MSD treated 311.4 MGD on average over the past 3-year period. MSD has only 1,021 FTE's where the median utility treating this average volume would have 1,075 FTE's. better FTE's - Operation & Maintenance(O & M) - Wastewater Collection Wastewater Collection Management, Supervision, and Engineer FTE's/Total Wasterwater Collection FTE's FTE's/FTE's 38.3% 33.3% 17.2%10.6% This measure shows that MSD is not top heavy regarding management, supervision, and engineering staff and is better than the 25th percentile. better FTE's - Operation & Maintenance - Wastewater Treatment Wastewater Treatment Management, Supervision, and Engineer FTE's/Total Wastewater Treatment FTE's FTE's/FTE's 34.7% 20.9% 16.2%11.4% This measure shows that MSD is not top heavy regarding management, supervision, and engineering staff and is better than the 25th percentile. better Collection O & M Cost of Wastewater Services Collection O & M cost x 100/Total miles of collection system piping $ x 100/miles $382,900 $515,023 $808,345 $692,308 This measure shows that MSD is above the median utility regarding O & M costs per miles of pipe maintained but is not excessive when compared to other utilities. better Treatment O & M Cost of Wastewater Services Treatment O & M cost/Average daily production x 365 days $/MGD x 365 $634 $1,087 $1,734 $440 This measure shows that MSD is much more efficient than the 75th percentile of utilities regarding O & M costs per MGD of treated wastewater better Energy Consumption Energy consumption based on purchases of electricity, natural gas, and other fuels/Average daily production x 365 days kBTU/year/MG 7,394 8,813 10,065 8,369 This measure shows that MSD is more efficient than the median utility regarding energy consumption per million gallons of wastewater treated. better MSD DATAAWWA SURVEY DATA Benchmark Metrics from 2018 AWWA Utility Benchmarking Survey for Wastewater Facilities EMPLOYEE METRICS Utilization and Efficiency SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-98 BENCHMARK DEFINITION Unit MAX AVERAGE MIN MSD Significance Employees per 1,000 PE served Total number of employees/total population equivelent (PE) served x 1000 Employees/1,000 3.26 1.03 0.14 0.78 MSD is leaner than the average when compared to similar utilities. MSD has only 1,021 employees where the average utility with a population our size would have over 1,350 employees. better Compliance with discharge consents - last calendar year Current number of PE served by WWTP complying with discharge consents/Total PE served x 100 % 100.0% 81.8% 43.5%99.9% MSD has 99.9% compliance with regards to regulatory requirements of treatment plant permits. This is above the industry average and is the expectation of the District. better Benchmark Metrics from 2013 WERF Utility Benchmarking Survey for Wastewater Facilities WERF SURVEY DATA MSD DATA Employee Metrics Regulatory Compliance SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-99 BENCHMARK DEFINITION Unit MAX AVERAGE MIN MSD Significance Manhole chamber inspection Total number of manhole chambers inspected per year/Total number of manhole chambers % 27.88% 10.47% 1.30%11.70% MSD inspected 18,790 manholes out of 160,056 total manholes. This is slightly higher than the average utility but not excessive. MSD's target goal is 10%. Calendar 2018 was higher in order to make- up for past deficiencies. Sewer blockage Total number of sewer blockages/Total length of sewer x 100 Blockages/100 miles of sewer 82.5 26.8 0.0 2.7 MSD had 175 blockages that caused basement backups and/or sewer overflows. This is down from historical levels of 1,000/year. Due to our continued maintenance efforts our rate of 2.7 blockages/100 miles of pipe is much lower than the average. better Total service inquires per 1,000 PE served Total service inquires/PE x 1000 Number/1000 PE Served 11.4 3.8 0.0 10.7 MSD averages about 14,000 customer calls per year. This equates to 11 calls per 1000 customers served. This puts us among the higher surveyed, but it is hard to interpret this number. MSD received both wastewater and stormwater calls and MSD encourages their customers to call with issues so they can be investigated. Sewer Maintenance Customer Call Benchmark Metrics from 2013 WERF Utility Benchmarking Survey for Wastewater Facilities WERF SURVEY DATA MSD DATA SECTION 7 - APPENDICES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-100 7.3.2 Post Contact Survey Results MSD Post Contact Survey Trends (2007-2018) Question/Category Item Rated Area Assessed 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2007-2018 Change Customer service center open when needed Billing 98% 97% 97% 95% 96% 95% 96% 95% 97% 95% 95% 97% 95% -2% Easy to determine appropriate phone number Billing 97% 93% 94% 94% 94% 93% 93% 90% 93% 92% 90% 94% 93% 0% Employee resolved question or concern Billing 84% 82% 88% 84% 84% 86% 86% 82% 89% 82% 82% 79% 84% 2% Employee told requirements to add. concerns and time Billing 90% 85% 90% 85% 85% 85% 88% 85% 88% 83% 86% 84% 87% 2% Employee treated me with respect Billing 96% 94% 96% 94% 94% 96% 95% 95% 98% 96% 96% 96% 97% 3% Employee was courteous Billing 96% 94% 96% 94% 94% 96% 95% 95% 97% 96% 96% 95% 97% 3% Employee was technically competent Billing 95% 90% 94% 91% 93% 93% 93% 92% 95% 92% 90% 92% 94% 4% Length of wait to speak w/ employee acceptable Billing 95% 92% 94% 92% 95% 93% 93% 92% 95% 89% 89% 92% 91% -1% AVERAGE RATING FOR BILLING SERVICES PROVIDED BY PHONE 94% 91% 94% 91% 92% 92% 92% 91% 94% 91% 90% 91% 92%1% Customer service center open when needed Field 99% 98% 97% 95% 95% 96% 96% 95% 98% 94% 93% 95% 95% -3% Easy to determine appropriate phone number Field 98% 95% 96% 94% 94% 95% 94% 91% 95% 92% 91% 95% 96% 1% Employee resolved question or concern Field 95% 89% 85% 82% 85% 89% 90% 86% 94% 84% 83% 88% 91% 2% Employee told requirements to add. concerns and time Field 92% 86% 87% 80% 81% 84% 85% 76% 85% 74% 76% 78% 84% -2% Employee treated me with respect Field 97% 94% 95% 97% 96% 96% 96% 95% 96% 95% 94% 96% 96% 2% Employee was courteous Field 97% 94% 94% 96% 96% 96% 96% 95% 97% 96% 93% 96% 96% 2% Employee was technically competent Field 96% 93% 93% 95% 94% 94% 93% 94% 97% 93% 88% 94% 94% 1% Length of wait to speak w/ employee acceptable Field 98% 95% 95% 94% 96% 95% 96% 96% 98% 95% 92% 95% 97% 2% AVERAGE RATING FOR FIELD SERVICES PROVIDED BY PHONE 97% 93% 93% 92% 92% 93% 93% 91% 95% 90% 89% 92% 94%1% Employee arrived at expected time Field 96% 94% 92% 93% 94% 95% 96% 96% 99% 94% 95% 95% 96% 2% Employee had professional appearance Field 99% 97% 95% 98% 99% 98% 99% 100% 100% 96% 97% 100% 99% 2% Employee resolved question or concern Field 80% 83% 76% 74% 88% 87% 85% 81% 88% 88% 92% 87% 92% 9% Employee told requirements to additional concerns & time Field 89% 84% 81% 75% 85% 86% 88% 84% 88% 78% 80% 89% 97% 13% Employee was courteous Field 99% 96% 94% 96% 98% 97% 98% 98% 99% 95% 97% 99% 99% 3% Employee was technically competent Field 98% 95% 94% 96% 98% 97% 98% 98% 97% 95% 96% 99% 99% 4% Repairs were made in a timely manner Field 85% 85% 81% 79% 92% 90% 92% 87% 96% 90% 88% 93% 96% 11% AVERAGE RATING FOR FIELD SERVICE CALLS PROVIDED AT HOME 92% 91% 88% 87% 93% 93% 94% 92% 95% 91% 92% 95% 97%6% Customer Experience by Phone for BILLING (percentages show the percentage of customers who answered "YES") Customer Experience by Phone for FIELD (percentages show the percentage of customers who answered "YES") Customer Experience with Service Calls at Home (FIELD ONLY, percentages show the percentage of customers who BLUE (RATINGS ABOVE 90%) RED (RATINGS BELOW 80%) SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-101 7.4 DISTRICT DEBT 7.4.1 Existing Bond Summary Original Outstanding True Interest Average Average Final Par Par Cost(1)Coupon Life Maturity Outstanding Bond Issues Senior Revenue Bonds Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2004A(1)175,000,000$ -$ N/A Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2006C 60,000,000 - 4.5326% 4.8526% 25.769 N/A Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2008A 30,000,000 - 5.5273% 5.4665% 25.966 N/A Taxable Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (BABs), Series 2010B 85,000,000 85,000,000 3.8445% 5.8560% 27.529 5/1/2039 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2011B (2)52,250,000 18,055,000 3.5503% 4.1785% 12.431 5/1/2032 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2012A 225,000,000 159,340,000 3.6717% 4.7597% 21.431 5/1/2042 Wastewater System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2012B (2)141,730,000 131,935,000 3.1717% 4.9140% 15.248 5/1/2034 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2013B (2)150,000,000 116,615,000 4.3194% 4.8339% 19.01 5/1/2043 Wastewater System Revenue & Refunding Bonds, Series 2015B (2)223,855,000 192,810,000 3.6023% 4.9722% 18.263 5/1/2045 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2016C 150,000,000 147,295,000 3.8000% 4.6801% 18.423 5/1/2046 Wastewater System Improvement and Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A 316,175,000 316,175,000 3.2310% 4.9769%15.234 5/1/2047 Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act Loan 2018 47,722,204 47,722,204 3.0600% 3.0600%28.355 5/1/2053 Subtotal Senior Revenue Bonds 1,656,732,204$ 1,214,947,204$ Subordinate SRF Bonds Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2004B 161,280,000$ 64,590,000$ 2.9021% 1.8112% 12.29 1/1/2027 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2005A 6,800,000 3,120,000 1.9912% 1.7625% 12.39 7/1/2026 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2006A 42,715,000 20,965,000 1.9405% 1.4524% 12.19 7/1/2026 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2006B 14,205,000 7,400,000 1.8448% N/A 12.23 7/1/2027 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2008B 40,000,000 21,765,000 2.2642% N/A 11.26 1/1/2029 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2009A 23,000,000 14,218,100 1.9600% 1.4600% 11.41 1/1/2030 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2010A 7,980,700 5,468,200 1.9800% 1.4800% 12.56 7/1/2031 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2010C 37,000,000 24,906,000 2.6500% 1.6500% 11.33 1/1/2031 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2011A 39,769,300 32,241,300 2.5200% 1.5200% 13.37 1/1/2034 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2013A 52,000,000 43,349,000 2.5500% 1.5500% 11.98 7/1/2034 Subrodinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2015A 75,000,000 65,902,000 1.72% 1.72% 12.00 1/1/2035 Subrodinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2016A 20,000,000 18,742,000 1.74% 1.74% 11.12 1/1/2037 Subrodinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2016B 75,500,000 72,353,000 1.74% 1.74% 11.68 7/1/2036 Subrodinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2018 25,267,000 25,267,000 1.88% 1.88% 13.13 1/1/2041 Subtotal Subordinate SRF Bonds 620,517,000$ 420,286,600$ Total Par 2,277,249,204$ 1,635,233,804$ (1) SRF issues include DNR fee. Issue SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-102 Original Par 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Outstanding Bond Issues Senior Revenue Bonds Taxable Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (BABs), Series 2010B 85,000,000 85,000,000 85,000,000 85,000,000 85,000,000 85,000,000 85,000,000 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2011B (2)52,250,000 15,945,000 13,725,000 11,395,000 11,395,000 11,395,000 11,395,000 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2012A 225,000,000 154,040,000 148,740,000 143,440,000 138,140,000 138,140,000 138,140,000 Wastewater System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2012B (2)141,730,000 128,840,000 125,450,000 121,725,000 117,675,000 113,225,000 108,365,000 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2013B (2)150,000,000 113,615,000 110,365,000 106,975,000 103,455,000 99,760,000 99,760,000 Wastewater System Revenue & Refunding Bonds, Series 2015B (2)223,855,000 190,135,000 187,350,000 184,430,000 181,360,000 178,140,000 174,755,000 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2016C 150,000,000 144,535,000 141,695,000 138,740,000 135,670,000 132,475,000 129,150,000 Wastewater System Improvement and Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2017A 316,175,000 312,760,000 309,240,000 305,580,000 300,090,000 289,050,000 274,210,000 Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act Loan 2018 47,722,204 47,722,204 47,722,204 47,722,204 47,722,204 47,722,204 47,722,204 Subtotal Senior Revenue Bonds 1,391,732,204$ 1,192,592,204$ 1,169,287,204$ 1,145,007,204$ 1,120,507,204$ 1,094,907,204$ 1,068,497,204$ Subordinate SRF Bonds Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2004B 161,280,000$ 64,590,000$ 55,730,000 46,625,000 37,085,000 27,475,000 17,595,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2005A 6,800,000 3,120,000 2,765,000 2,400,000 2,025,000 1,640,000 1,245,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2006A 42,715,000 20,965,000 18,550,000 16,075,000 13,545,000 10,955,000 8,305,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2006B 14,205,000 7,400,000 6,650,000 5,890,000 5,110,000 4,310,000 3,490,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2008B 40,000,000 21,765,000 19,795,000 17,790,000 15,740,000 13,645,000 11,505,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2009A 23,000,000 14,218,100 13,068,200 11,891,700 10,688,000 9,456,400 8,196,400 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2010A 7,980,700 5,468,200 5,079,500 4,682,900 4,278,300 3,865,400 3,444,100 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2010C 37,000,000 24,906,000 23,111,000 21,269,000 19,379,000 17,440,000 15,451,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2011A 39,769,300 32,241,300 30,449,300 28,611,300 26,727,300 24,795,300 22,813,300 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2013A 52,000,000 43,349,000 41,044,000 38,679,000 36,252,000 33,762,000 31,207,000 Subrodinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2015A 75,000,000 65,902,000 62,478,000 58,973,000 55,384,000 51,710,000 47,948,000 Subrodinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2016A 20,000,000 18,742,000 17,881,000 17,001,000 16,102,000 15,183,000 14,244,000 Subrodinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2016B 75,500,000 72,353,000 69,136,000 65,850,000 62,492,000 59,060,000 55,553,000 Subrodinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2018 25,267,000 25,267,000 25,267,000 25,267,000 24,734,000 23,652,000 22,548,000 Subtotal Subordinate SRF Bonds 620,517,000$ 420,286,600$ 391,004,000$ 361,004,900$ 329,541,600$ 296,949,100$ 263,544,800$ Total Outstanding Principal 2,012,249,204$ 1,612,878,804$ 1,560,291,204$ 1,506,012,104$ 1,450,048,804$ 1,391,856,304$ 1,332,042,004$ Issue Outstanding Principal as of June 30, SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-103 7.4.2 Proposed Bond Summary Proposed True Interest Average Average Final Par Cost(1)Coupon Life Maturity Outstanding Bond Issues Senior Revenue Bonds Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2019 50,450,000$ 4.27% 5.00% 18.671 5/1/2049 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2020 96,745,000 4.52% 5.00% 18.671 5/1/2050 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2021 97,480,000 4.77% 5.21% 18.698 5/1/2051 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2022 260,880,000 5.02% 5.35% 18.769 5/1/2052 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2023 282,505,000 5.02% 5.35% 18.769 5/1/2053 Subtotal Senior Revenue Bonds 788,060,000$ Subordinate SRF Bonds Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2020 75,000,000$ 2.50% 2.50% 11.28 1/1/2040 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2021 30,000,000 2.75% 2.75% 11.36 1/1/2041 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2022 30,000,000 3.00% 3.00% 11.44 1/1/2042 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2023 30,000,000 3.00% 3.00% 11.44 1/1/2043 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2024 30,000,000 3.00% 3.00% 11.44 1/1/2044 Subtotal Subordinate SRF Bonds 195,000,000$ Total Par 983,060,000$ (1) SRF issues include DNR fee. Issue SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-104 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 Outstanding Bond Issues Senior Revenue Bonds Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2019 - 50,450,000 49,640,000 48,790,000 47,900,000 46,965,000 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2020 - - 96,745,000 95,195,000 93,565,000 91,855,000 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2021 - - - 97,475,000 95,915,000 94,275,000 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2022 - - - - 260,880,000 256,740,000 Wastewater System Revenue Bonds, Series 2023 - - - - - 282,505,000 Subtotal Senior Revenue Bonds -$ 50,450,000$ 146,385,000$ 241,460,000$ 498,260,000$ 772,340,000$ Subordinate SRF Bonds Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2020 - 75,000,000 71,973,000 68,870,000 65,689,000 62,428,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2021 - - 30,000,000 28,819,000 27,605,000 26,358,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2022 - - - 30,000,000 28,848,000 27,661,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2023 - - - - 30,000,000 28,848,000 Subordinate Wastewater System Revenue Bonds (SRF), Series 2024 - - - - - 30,000,000 Subtotal Subordinate SRF Bonds -$ 75,000,000$ 101,973,000$ 127,689,000$ 152,142,000$ 175,295,000$ Total Par -$ 125,450,000$ 248,358,000$ 369,149,000$ 650,402,000$ 947,635,000$ Issue Outstanding Principal as of June 30, SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-105 7.5 Revenue Collection Efforts 7.5.1 Service Charge Collection Efforts SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-106 SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-107 7.5.2 Current and Historical Delinquencies MSD Customer Accounts Delinquency Aging FY14 - FY18 As of the end of the Fiscal Year Aging Category Service Wastewater Charges Stormwater Late Fees Other Fees 3 Total # Accounts $$$ FY14 (>= 3 mths & <6 mths) (>6 mths) (>1 yr) (>2 yrs) (>3 yrs) (>5 yrs) (>10 yrs) (>15 yrs) $ 4,838,329 5,368,346 10,709,511 7,794,697 16,020,584 10,196,821 1,221,768 281,657 $ 18,060 33,899 71,856 54,684 100,083 61,882 6,198 814 $ 149,567 194,208 691,469 670,235 2,436,278 3,675,514 929,836 298,444 $ 67,930 108,313 613,158 1,106,122 1,492,235 2,018,781 240,878 44,924 13,488 14,179 17,702 10,021 16,425 8,670 540 66 $ 5,073,886 5,704,766 12,085,994 9,625,738 20,049,181 15,952,997 2,398,680 625,838 FY14 Total $ 56,431,714 $ 347,476 $ 9,045,550 $ 5,692,340 81,091 $ 71,517,080 FY15 (>= 3 mths & <6 mths) (>6 mths) (>1 yr) (>2 yrs) (>3 yrs) (>5 yrs) (>10 yrs) (>15 yrs) $ 6,152,190 5,531,544 10,911,198 7,583,695 16,308,429 10,764,540 1,749,684 329,672 $ 20,059 31,779 68,161 52,383 105,585 65,008 8,753 1,362 $ 82,051 197,322 678,629 676,793 2,539,682 3,181,318 1,175,077 327,052 $ 107,058 206,966 585,586 1,111,287 1,543,566 2,014,212 321,347 61,661 14,752 14,613 15,338 9,639 16,412 8,509 963 84 $ 6,361,358 5,967,612 12,243,574 9,424,158 20,497,262 16,025,078 3,254,861 719,747 FY15 Total $ 59,330,952 $ 353,090 $ 8,857,924 $ 5,951,684 80,310 $ 74,493,651 FY16 (>= 3 mths & <6 mths) (>6 mths) (>1 yr) (>2 yrs) (>3 yrs) $ 3,720,836 6,152,116 9,623,897 7,372,609 30,023,795 $ 19,344 29,225 53,758 43,619 179,734 $ 90,556 245,084 737,778 780,152 7,359,082 $ 469,971 335,449 596,207 1,010,744 4,372,363 15,678 15,654 14,953 7,749 28,128 $ 4,300,707 6,761,874 11,011,640 9,207,124 41,934,974 FY16 Total $ 56,893,253 $ 325,681 $ 9,212,652 $ 6,784,734 82,162 $ 73,216,319 FY17 (>= 3 mths & <6 mths) (>6 mths) (>1 yr) (>2 yrs) (>3 yrs) $ 3,685,615 4,994,362 9,387,146 7,690,779 30,690,213 $ 69 1,076 22,154 30,104 167,903 $ 92,996 256,671 816,352 904,525 7,804,664 $ 550,889 770,848 1,327,285 1,143,216 4,925,548 15,149 13,291 15,336 8,786 28,774 $ 4,329,570 6,022,957 11,552,937 9,768,624 43,588,328 3 All fees other than late fees, such as lien fees, return check fees, and court awarded costs that are reimbursable to the district. SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-108 As of the end of the Fiscal Year Aging Category Service Wastewater Charges Stormwater Late Fees Other Fees 3 Total # Accounts $$$ FY17 Total $ 56,448,114 $ 221,306 $ 9,875,208 $ 8,717,786 81,336 $ 75,262,415 FY18 (>= 3 mths & <6 mths) (>6 mths) (>1 yr) (>2 yrs) (>3 yrs) (>5 yrs) $ 3,720,723 5,244,604 9,263,850 7,843,763 10,210,202 21,084,326 $ 4 1 670 12,166 40,960 114,078 $ 146,583 280,930 846,261 1,010,815 1,629,330 6,332,253 $ 349,878 708,612 1,523,127 1,466,500 2,005,976 3,942,373 12,861 11,218 14,375 9,712 10,376 20,446 $ 4,217,188 6,234,148 11,633,908 10,333,244 13,886,469 31,473,030 FY18 Total $ 57,367,468 $ 167,879 $ 10,246,173 $ 9,996,467 78,988 $ 77,777,987 SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-109 Historical Delinquent Accounts SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-110 7.5.3 Bad Debt Expense (1) Refer to Exhibit MSD 9, page 73 of the 2015 CAFR; Exhibit MSD 10, page 77 of the 2016 CAFR; Exhibit MSD 11, page 77 of the 2017 CAFR; and Exhibit 12, page 83 of the 2018 CAFR to find these numbers. (2) A change in accounting estimate was recorded in FY14. Refer to MSD Exhibit 5, Appendix 7.3.1 for a Bad Debt Memo which explains the significant change from FY13 to FY14. (3) Refer to Exhibit MSD 9, page 71; Exhibit MSD 10, page 75; and Exhibit MSD 12, page 81 to find these numbers. The FY14 number will not match the CAFR, due to a change in Accounting presentation on the Balance Sheet. Actual Bad Debt Expense FY14 (2) FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 42100 - SSC Doubtful Accounts 7,100,725 (2,153,747) (3,839,766) (1,797,528) (2,291,788) 42200 - Misc SSC Doubtful Accounts Total (1) 129,663 (76,203) (223,224) (737,285) (717,919) 7,230,389 (2,229,949) (4,062,990) (2,534,814) (3,009,707) End of Year Bad Debt Balances FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY18 11302 - Sewer Service Allowance (51,398,280) (52,696,320) (55,039,660) (55,430,443) (56,641,966) 11305 - Sewer Service Allowance - Other Total (3) (403,821) (355,712) (497,501) (1,060,546) (1,647,415) (51,802,101) (53,052,032) (55,537,161) (56,490,989) (58,289,381) SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-111 7.6 Customer Assistance Program Through FY18, CAP enrollment was trending slightly higher than projected during the February 2015 Rate Change Proposal. In FY19, many existing CAP accounts were required to reapply to the program to show they were still eligible. Approximately 920 of these accounts did not submit applications to re-enroll in the program, and as a result, projections for enrollment in FY19 have dropped off considerably. 2,000 4,000 6,000 JulSepNovJanMarMayJulSepNovJanMarMayJulSepNovJanMarMayJulSepNovJanMarMay2016 2017 2018 2019 CAP Enrollment Budget Actual Forecast Rate Commission SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-112 SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-113 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Customer Assistance Program (CAP) Outreach Event Types and Partners FY16 to Present Organization Event/Partnership Hamilton Heights Neighborhood Association Hamilton Heights Neighborhood Association Community Action Agency of STL County (CAASTL) Community Events Betty Jean Kerr/People's Health Center-Senator Keavney Community Events Festival of Nations Community Events Community Action Agency of STL County (CAASTL) Community Events Sister Strut Community Event Rock Hill Energy Forum Rock Hill Energy Forum Ready, Aim, Advocate (RAA) Senior Adult Resource Fair at Mt. Bethel M.B. Church St. Louis Association of Community Organizations (SLACO) Regional Conference-Harris Stowe Urban League of Greater STL Community Events Urban League of Greater STL Community Events Salvation Army, Arnold (Matthew Osborn) Community Events Salvation Army, Booth Manor (Richard McDonald) Community Events Salvation Army, Family Haven (Leslie MarNa) Community Events Salvation Army, Railton Apartments (Kimberly Beck) Community Events Salvation Army, St. Louis Euclid (Patrick Holness) Community Events Salvation Army, St. Louis Gateway Citadel (William DeJesus) Community Events Salvation Army, St. Louis Harbor Light (Adam Moore) Community Events Salvation Army, St. Louis Maplewood (Major Kris Wood) Community Events Salvation Army, St. Louis Temple (Stephen Diaz) Community Events Society of St. Vincent DePaul of St. Louis (John Foppe) Community Events Historic Trinity Lutheran Church (Rev. Richard Foss) Community Events Joint Neighborhood Ministry (Joan Hensley) Community Events Doorways (Opal Jones) Community Events St. Louis Adventist Community (Richard Wilson) Community Events Holt Ministerial Alliance Community Events Jewish Family & Children's Service (L. Louis Albert) Community Events Cardinal Ritter Senior Services (Sister Suzanne Wesley) Community Events Humanitri (Sharon Rohrbach) Community Events County Housing Authority (Susan Rollins) Community Events Franciscan Connection (Father Larry Nickels) Community Events St. Louis Operation Food Search (Sunny Schaefer) Community Events SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-114 Feed My People (Carol DeGuire) Community Events Missouri Department of Social Services (Annette House) Community Events Catholic Charities of St. Louis (Theresa Ruzicka) Community Events The Emergency Assistance Ministry Community Events St. Patrick Center (Laurie Phillips) Community Events Circle of Concern (Cyndi Miller) Community Events Community Helping Ministry (Liza Browning) Community Events Missouri Department of Social Services (Stacey Ederer) Community Events Mercy Neighborhood Ministry (Rebecca Harpring) Community Events Health and Human Services (City and County) Community Events Ameren Missouri Community Events Excel Business Concepts Marketing and Advertising Consultant Strong Women and Families Community Events Mt Bethel Church Community Events Cote Brilliante Presbyterian Church Community Events Galilee Church Community Events VITA Senior and Disabled Assistance Organization Community Events Hispanic Festival Committee Community Events Earth Day STL Community Events Omega Center Community Events USPS Retiree Organization Community Events United Way 211 Client referrals/Community Events Charter Spectrum PSA/Advertising Iheart Radio PSA/Advertising, Interviews Aging Ahead (Meals on Wheels provider) Client referrals RedDough aka Prosperity Connection Community Events SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-115 7.7 Customer Rate Impact Analysis Projected Forecast Capital Improvement and Replacement Progam Needs FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 21 - FY 24 FY 25 - FY 28 Major Capital Improvements Subtotal Subtotal 1. Asset Management - Capacity 97,385,618$ 156,748,359$ 120,584,928$ 102,746,213$ 27,186,865$ 8,434,067$ 14,544,660$ 10,616,724$ 477,465,118$ 60,782,315$ 2. Asset Management - Renewal 27,985,523 23,030,052 16,280,454 35,859,487 28,766,801 31,895,440 34,871,710 39,661,152 103,155,515 135,195,103 3. Cityshed 22,329,304 24,440,329 15,954,561 12,253,856 20,173,035 1,298,044 (1,188,848) 18,433,977 74,978,050 38,716,208 4. Combined Sewer Overflow 36,835,828 8,877,510 38,590,702 30,459,389 15,745,363 16,103,609 98,205,492 168,664,169 114,763,430 298,718,634 5. Districtwide 14,143,340 14,345,052 15,621,172 15,672,499 15,005,549 14,700,047 16,910,247 16,164,377 59,782,063 62,780,220 6. Other (69,890) (12,184) (518) - - - - - (82,591) - 7. Sanitary Sewer Overflow 132,987,987 70,365,323 77,124,001 37,124,847 17,094,970 12,202,148 16,823,636 22,087,481 317,602,158 68,208,235 8. Treatment Plants 27,767,045 53,044,486 163,383,948 225,006,676 198,159,159 33,814,077 7,871,520 7,242,782 469,202,156 247,087,538 ---------- 9.Subtotal: Major Capital Improvements 359,364,756$ 350,838,927$ 447,539,248$ 459,122,967$ 322,131,742$ 118,447,432$ 188,038,418$ 282,870,661$ 1,616,865,899$ 911,488,254$ 10. Less: Capital Funded in O&M Budget (10,546,625) (11,014,582) (11,825,835) (11,578,670) (11,601,087) (12,244,337) (12,914,863) (12,816,556) (44,965,712)$ (49,576,844)$ 11. Less: Non-Recurring Projects & Studies (5,966,508) (6,570,748) (6,691,362) (6,953,319) (7,179,219) (7,401,775) (7,283,748) (7,462,160) (26,181,938) (29,326,902) 12. Plus: Capitalized Internal Labor 8,758,000 9,020,740 9,291,362 9,570,103 9,857,206 10,152,922 10,457,510 10,771,235 36,640,205 41,238,874 ---------- 13.Total: CIRP Needs 351,609,622$ 342,274,337$ 438,313,413$ 450,161,081$ 313,208,642$ 108,954,242$ 178,297,317$ 273,363,180$ 1,582,358,453$ 873,823,381$ Projected Forecast Wastewater Construction Fund Cashflow FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 21 - FY 24 FY 25 - FY 28 Subtotal Subtotal 1.Beginning Year Balance -$ 1,707,391$ 1,283,315$ 1,273,361$ 961,387$ 20,865$ 20,865$ 20,865$ Sources of Funds 2.Senior Revenue Bond Proceeds - Par Amount 128,525,000 128,490,000 256,005,000 272,005,000 105,680,000 - - - 785,025,000$ 105,680,000$ 3.Senior Revenue Bond Proceeds - Premium 5,613,885 4,612,760 6,607,240 7,020,312 13,060,000 - - - 23,854,197 13,060,000 4.Cash Financing of Construction (PAYGO)160,289,651 149,123,366 119,588,335 121,390,975 146,601,316 93,730,933 164,082,056 257,155,186 550,392,327 661,569,490 5. Capitalized Internal Labor 8,758,000 9,020,740 9,291,362 9,570,103 9,857,206 10,152,922 10,457,510 10,771,235 36,640,205 41,238,874 6. WIFIA Draw 13,754,995 14,437,728 11,024,061 3,122,464 - - - - 42,339,248 - 7. State Revolving Loan Proceeds 30,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 30,000,000 - - - 120,000,000 30,000,000 8. Grants & Contributions 685,899 716,027 747,480 780,317 814,598 850,387 887,751 926,759 2,929,724 3,479,495 9. Interest Income 7,170,000 6,930,000 7,800,000 8,880,000 7,630,000 4,220,000 2,870,000 4,510,000 30,780,000 19,230,000 ---------- 10.Subtotal: Available Funds 354,797,430$ 345,038,012$ 442,346,795$ 454,042,532$ 314,604,507$ 108,975,108$ 178,318,182$ 273,384,045$ 1,591,960,701$ 874,257,859$ Uses of Funds 11. Major Capital Improvements (351,609,622)$ (342,274,337)$ (438,313,413)$ (450,161,081)$ (313,208,642)$ (108,954,242)$ (178,297,317)$ (273,363,180)$ (1,582,358,453)$ (873,823,381)$ 12. Issuance Costs (1,480,416) (1,480,360) (2,760,021) (2,920,064) (1,375,000) - - - (8,640,861) (1,375,000) 13. Debt Service Reserve Fund Deposits - - - - - - - - - - ---------- 14.Subtotal: Uses of Funds (353,090,038)$ (343,754,697)$ (441,073,434)$ (453,081,145)$ (314,583,642)$ (108,954,242)$ (178,297,317)$ (273,363,180)$ (1,590,999,314)$ (875,198,381)$ 15.End of Year Balance 1,707,391$ 1,283,315$ 1,273,361$ 961,387$ 20,865$ 20,865$ 20,865$ 20,865$ SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-116 Projected Forecast FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 Wastewater Revenue 1. User Charge Revenue 453,279,370$ 471,198,143$ 490,181,909$ 510,108,517$ 550,095,359$ 573,571,859$ 597,492,130$ 620,721,998$ Other Miscellaneous Revenue 2. Investment Income 1,760,505$ 1,536,209$ 1,013,022$ 908,837$ 992,175$ 933,630$ 1,480,010$ 2,214,672$ 3. Other Pledged Revenue 6,157,620 6,169,861 6,182,225 6,194,712 6,207,324 6,220,062 6,232,928 6,245,922 -------- 4.Subtotal: Other Miscellaneous Revenue 7,918,125$ 7,706,071$ 7,195,247$ 7,103,549$ 7,199,499$ 7,153,693$ 7,712,938$ 8,460,595$ 5.Total: Wastewater Pledged Revenue 461,197,495$ 478,904,213$ 497,377,156$ 517,212,066$ 557,294,858$ 580,725,552$ 605,205,068$ 629,182,593$ % Change 2.7% 3.8% 3.9% 4.0% 7.7% 4.2% 4.2% 4.0% Wastewater Expenditures Operating Expenses 6. General Fund Operating Expenses (173,226,505)$ (177,237,606)$ (183,355,453)$ (188,431,423)$ (194,388,197)$ (200,602,214)$ (207,087,529)$ (213,859,116)$ 7. Other Operating Expenses (18,205,135) (14,814,330) (15,462,081) (15,242,414) (15,292,383) (15,963,293) (16,661,647) (16,591,405) -------- 8.Subtotal: Operating Expenses (191,431,640)$ (192,051,936)$ (198,817,534)$ (203,673,837)$ (209,680,580)$ (216,565,506)$ (223,749,176)$ (230,450,521)$ 9.Net Revenue Available for Debt & Capital 269,765,855$ 286,852,277$ 298,559,622$ 313,538,229$ 347,614,278$ 364,160,045$ 381,455,892$ 398,732,072$ Non-Operating Expenses Debt Service and Other Indebtedness Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (Accrued) 10. Existing (78,198,040)$ (77,923,075)$ (78,185,172)$ (78,085,875)$ (78,646,087)$ (81,717,837)$ (84,009,170)$ (84,635,795)$ 11. Proposed (7,752,066) (16,336,137) (28,971,401) (46,983,372) (61,867,795) (64,163,048) (64,162,756) (65,435,648) -------- 12.Subtotal: Senior Revenue Bond Debt Service (85,950,106)$ (94,259,211)$ (107,156,573)$ (125,069,246)$ (140,513,881)$ (145,880,885)$ (148,171,927)$ (150,071,443)$ SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (Accrued) 13. Existing (37,911,613)$ (39,182,514)$ (39,176,322)$ (39,257,083)$ (37,619,627)$ (32,630,516)$ (25,817,459)$ (24,740,530)$ 14. Proposed (6,550,664) (8,600,935) (10,644,268) (12,688,281) (14,267,544) (15,519,470) (15,508,077) (15,496,555) -------- 15.Subtotal: SRF & Direct Loan Debt Service (44,462,277)$ (47,783,449)$ (49,820,590)$ (51,945,363)$ (51,887,171)$ (48,149,986)$ (41,325,536)$ (40,237,085)$ -------- 16.Subtotal: Debt Service & Other Indebtedness (130,412,383)$ (142,042,661)$ (156,977,164)$ (177,014,609)$ (192,401,052)$ (194,030,871)$ (189,497,462)$ (190,308,528)$ 17. Cash-Financed Capital (Paygo) (167,479,944)$ (156,464,655)$ (127,083,792)$ (129,043,836)$ (154,414,887)$ (101,708,589)$ (172,227,243)$ (265,471,421)$ 18. Non-recurring Projects or Studies (5,966,508) (6,570,748) (6,691,362) (6,953,319) (7,179,219) (7,401,775) (7,283,748) (7,462,160) 19. Contributions to Reserves - - - - - - - - -------- 20.Subtotal: Non-Operating Expenses (303,858,836)$ (305,078,065)$ (290,752,318)$ (313,011,764)$ (353,995,158)$ (303,141,234)$ (369,008,453)$ (463,242,110)$ 21.Total: Wastewater Expenditures (495,290,475)$ (497,130,001)$ (489,569,852)$ (516,685,601)$ (563,675,738)$ (519,706,741)$ (592,757,629)$ (693,692,631)$ % Change 13.3% 0.4% -1.5% 5.5% 9.1% -7.8% 14.1% 17.0% 22.Annual Surplus/(Deficit) (1)(34,092,981)$ (18,225,787)$ 7,807,304$ 526,465$ (6,380,881)$ 61,018,811$ 12,447,439$ (64,510,038)$ Combined Operating Reserve 23. Beginning Balance (2) 93,856,963$ 59,763,982$ 41,538,195$ 49,345,499$ 49,871,963$ 43,491,083$ 104,509,894$ 116,957,332$ 24. Ending Balance (2) 59,763,982 41,538,195 49,345,499 49,871,963 43,491,083 104,509,894 116,957,332 52,447,294 Actual Debt Service 25. Senior Revenue Bonds 84,601,804$ 92,758,308$ 104,256,721$ 121,961,866$ 138,839,309$ 145,449,427$ 148,038,177$ 148,840,677$ 26. SRF Loans 43,951,772 46,876,749 49,407,006 51,541,465 52,261,599 51,415,059 44,797,874 41,091,391 -------- 27.Total: Debt Service 128,553,576$ 139,635,057$ 153,663,726$ 173,503,331$ 191,100,908$ 196,864,486$ 192,836,051$ 189,932,067$ Debt Service Coverage (3) 28. Senior Revenue Bonds (4)3.19 3.09 2.86 2.57 2.50 2.50 2.58 2.68 29. Total Debt (5)2.10 2.05 1.94 1.81 1.82 1.85 1.98 2.10 (1) Negative number indicates a need to drawdown the operating reserve. (2) Includes funds set aside for a minimum operating reserve equal to 60 days of operating expenses (3) Adjusted for actual debt service (4) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.25x actual senior lien debt service (5) The Bond Ordinance requires net revenue to equal or exceed 1.15x total actual debt service SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-117 FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 Wastewater Bills Single Family Residential (Metered) 1. 1 ccf per month $ 31.53 $ 32.73 $ 33.97 $ 35.26 $ 37.82 $ 39.18 $ 40.56 $ 41.85 $ 43.92 $ 45.86 $ 48.22 $ 49.56 $ 49.56 $ 49.56 $ 49.56 $ 49.56 2. 3 ccf per month $ 41.57 $ 43.15 $ 44.79 $ 46.50 $ 49.88 $ 51.68 $ 53.50 $ 55.21 $ 57.94 $ 60.50 $ 63.62 $ 65.40 $ 65.40 $ 65.40 $ 65.40 $ 65.40 3. 5 ccf per month $ 51.61 $ 53.57 $ 55.61 $ 57.74 $ 61.94 $ 64.18 $ 66.44 $ 68.57 $ 71.96 $ 75.14 $ 79.02 $ 81.24 $ 81.24 $ 81.24 $ 81.24 $ 81.24 4. 6 ccf per month $ 56.63 $ 58.78 $ 61.02 $ 63.36 $ 67.97 $ 70.43 $ 72.91 $ 75.25 $ 78.97 $ 82.46 $ 86.72 $ 89.16 $ 89.16 $ 89.16 $ 89.16 $ 89.16 5.$ 1.06 $ 2.15 $ 2.24 $ 2.34 $ 4.61 $ 2.46 $ 2.48 $ 2.34 $ 3.72 $ 3.49 $ 4.26 $ 2.44 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00 6.1.9% 3.8% 3.8% 3.8% 7.3% 3.6% 3.5% 3.2% 4.9% 4.4% 5.2% 2.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 7. 10 ccf per month $ 76.71 $ 79.62 $ 82.66 $ 85.84 $ 92.09 $ 95.43 $ 98.79 $ 101.97 $ 107.01 $ 111.74 $ 117.52 $ 120.84 $ 120.84 $ 120.84 $ 120.84 $ 120.84 8. 15 ccf per month $ 101.81 $ 105.67 $ 109.71 $ 113.94 $ 122.24 $ 126.68 $ 131.14 $ 135.37 $ 142.06 $ 148.34 $ 156.02 $ 160.44 $ 160.44 $ 160.44 $ 160.44 $ 160.44 9. 20 ccf per month $ 126.91 $ 131.72 $ 136.76 $ 142.04 $ 152.39 $ 157.93 $ 163.49 $ 168.77 $ 177.11 $ 184.94 $ 194.52 $ 200.04 $ 200.04 $ 200.04 $ 200.04 $ 200.04 10. 30 ccf per month $ 177.11 $ 183.82 $ 190.86 $ 198.24 $ 212.69 $ 220.43 $ 228.19 $ 235.57 $ 247.21 $ 258.14 $ 271.52 $ 279.24 $ 279.24 $ 279.24 $ 279.24 $ 279.24 11. 50 ccf per month $ 277.51 $ 288.02 $ 299.06 $ 310.64 $ 333.29 $ 345.43 $ 357.59 $ 369.17 $ 387.41 $ 404.54 $ 425.52 $ 437.64 $ 437.64 $ 437.64 $ 437.64 $ 437.64 12. 100 ccf per month $ 528.51 $ 548.52 $ 569.56 $ 591.64 $ 634.79 $ 657.93 $ 681.09 $ 703.17 $ 737.91 $ 770.54 $ 810.52 $ 833.64 $ 833.64 $ 833.64 $ 833.64 $ 833.64 Multi-Family Residential (Metered) 13. 20 ccf per month $ 126.91 $ 131.72 $ 136.76 $ 142.04 $ 152.39 $ 157.93 $ 163.49 $ 168.77 $ 177.11 $ 184.94 $ 194.52 $ 200.04 $ 200.04 $ 200.04 $ 200.04 $ 200.04 14. 40 ccf per month $ 227.31 $ 235.92 $ 244.96 $ 254.44 $ 272.99 $ 282.93 $ 292.89 $ 302.37 $ 317.31 $ 331.34 $ 348.52 $ 358.44 $ 358.44 $ 358.44 $ 358.44 $ 358.44 15. 60 ccf per month $ 327.71 $ 340.12 $ 353.16 $ 366.84 $ 393.59 $ 407.93 $ 422.29 $ 435.97 $ 457.51 $ 477.74 $ 502.52 $ 516.84 $ 516.84 $ 516.84 $ 516.84 $ 516.84 16. 250 ccf per month $ 1,281.51 $ 1,330.02 $ 1,381.06 $ 1,434.64 $ 1,539.29 $ 1,595.43 $ 1,651.59 $ 1,705.17 $ 1,789.41 $ 1,868.54 $ 1,965.52 $ 2,021.64 $ 2,021.64 $ 2,021.64 $ 2,021.64 $ 2,021.64 17. 1,000 ccf per month $ 5,046.51 $ 5,237.52 $ 5,438.56 $ 5,649.64 $ 6,061.79 $ 6,282.93 $ 6,504.09 $ 6,715.17 $ 7,046.91 $ 7,358.54 $ 7,740.52 $ 7,961.64 $ 7,961.64 $ 7,961.64 $ 7,961.64 $ 7,961.64 Non-Residential (Normal Strength Wastewater) 18. 70 ccf per month $ 382.35 $ 396.77 $ 411.97 $ 427.89 $ 458.90 $ 475.61 $ 492.34 $ 508.30 $ 533.32 $ 556.84 $ 585.62 $ 602.35 $ 602.57 $ 602.80 $ 603.04 $ 603.29 19. 100 ccf per month $ 532.95 $ 553.07 $ 574.27 $ 596.49 $ 639.80 $ 663.11 $ 686.44 $ 708.70 $ 743.62 $ 776.44 $ 816.62 $ 839.95 $ 840.17 $ 840.40 $ 840.64 $ 840.89 20. 160 ccf per month $ 834.15 $ 865.67 $ 898.87 $ 933.69 $ 1,001.60 $ 1,038.11 $ 1,074.64 $ 1,109.50 $ 1,164.22 $ 1,215.64 $ 1,278.62 $ 1,315.15 $ 1,315.37 $ 1,315.60 $ 1,315.84 $ 1,316.09 21. 1,000 ccf per month $ 5,050.95 $ 5,242.07 $ 5,443.27 $ 5,654.49 $ 6,066.80 $ 6,288.11 $ 6,509.44 $ 6,720.70 $ 7,052.62 $ 7,364.44 $ 7,746.62 $ 7,967.95 $ 7,968.17 $ 7,968.40 $ 7,968.64 $ 7,968.89 22. 2,500 ccf per month $ 12,580.95 $ 13,057.07 $ 13,558.27 $ 14,084.49 $ 15,111.80 $ 15,663.11 $ 16,214.44 $ 16,740.70 $ 17,567.62 $ 18,344.44 $ 19,296.62 $ 19,847.95 $ 19,848.17 $ 19,848.40 $ 19,848.64 $ 19,848.89 Non-Residential (Excess Strength Wastewater) 23. 70 ccf per month $ 602.01 $ 621.65 $ 644.46 $ 666.95 $ 705.56 $ 730.17 $ 755.16 $ 779.67 $ 813.51 $ 846.11 $ 884.37 $ 911.00 $ 921.56 $ 932.59 $ 944.13 $ 956.21 24. 100 ccf per month $ 782.91 $ 808.97 $ 838.83 $ 868.53 $ 920.48 $ 952.79 $ 985.51 $ 1,017.50 $ 1,062.46 $ 1,105.61 $ 1,156.58 $ 1,191.18 $ 1,203.17 $ 1,215.69 $ 1,228.79 $ 1,242.50 25. 160 ccf per month $ 1,114.41 $ 1,152.60 $ 1,195.50 $ 1,238.71 $ 1,316.31 $ 1,362.91 $ 1,409.97 $ 1,455.74 $ 1,521.71 $ 1,584.72 $ 1,659.80 $ 1,708.96 $ 1,722.37 $ 1,736.39 $ 1,751.05 $ 1,766.39 26. 1,000 ccf per month $ 5,422.11 $ 5,622.06 $ 5,836.11 $ 6,058.44 $ 6,483.59 $ 6,718.26 $ 6,953.54 $ 7,179.24 $ 7,526.07 $ 7,853.23 $ 8,251.44 $ 8,489.50 $ 8,507.19 $ 8,525.69 $ 8,545.03 $ 8,565.26 27. 2,500 ccf per month $ 13,253.01 $ 13,745.13 $ 14,269.59 $ 14,815.94 $ 15,866.49 $ 16,442.00 $ 17,018.58 $ 17,571.00 $ 18,424.91 $ 19,229.53 $ 20,210.72 $ 20,792.34 $ 20,824.21 $ 20,857.51 $ 20,892.34 $ 20,928.79 Single Family Residential (Unmetered) 29. 6.4 ccf per month $ 55.72 $ 57.86 $ 60.06 $ 62.36 $ 66.91 $ 69.32 $ 71.80 $ 74.10 $ 77.78 $ 81.23 $ 85.42 $ 87.79 $ 87.79 $ 87.79 $ 87.79 $ 87.79 30. 7.1 ccf per month $ 58.69 $ 60.95 $ 63.27 $ 65.70 $ 70.50 $ 73.04 $ 75.66 $ 78.09 $ 81.97 $ 85.61 $ 90.03 $ 92.53 $ 92.53 $ 92.53 $ 92.53 $ 92.53 31. 7.7 ccf per month $ 61.66 $ 64.04 $ 66.48 $ 69.04 $ 74.09 $ 76.76 $ 79.52 $ 82.08 $ 86.16 $ 89.99 $ 94.64 $ 97.27 $ 97.27 $ 97.27 $ 97.27 $ 97.27 32. 8.4 ccf per month $ 64.63 $ 67.13 $ 69.69 $ 72.38 $ 77.68 $ 80.48 $ 83.38 $ 86.07 $ 90.35 $ 94.37 $ 99.25 $ 102.01 $ 102.01 $ 102.01 $ 102.01 $ 102.01 33. 9.0 ccf per month $ 67.60 $ 70.22 $ 72.90 $ 75.72 $ 81.27 $ 84.20 $ 87.24 $ 90.06 $ 94.54 $ 98.75 $ 103.86 $ 106.75 $ 106.75 $ 106.75 $ 106.75 $ 106.75 34. 10.4 ccf per month $ 73.86 $ 76.71 $ 79.63 $ 82.70 $ 88.75 $ 91.95 $ 95.26 $ 98.33 $ 103.22 $ 107.81 $ 113.38 $ 116.53 $ 116.53 $ 116.53 $ 116.53 $ 116.53 35. 10.8 ccf per month $ 75.70 $ 78.62 $ 81.62 $ 84.76 $ 90.96 $ 94.24 $ 97.63 $ 100.77 $ 105.78 $ 110.48 $ 116.19 $ 119.42 $ 119.42 $ 119.42 $ 119.42 $ 119.42 36. 13.5 ccf per month $ 87.90 $ 91.29 $ 94.77 $ 98.42 $ 105.62 $ 109.43 $ 113.37 $ 117.02 $ 122.84 $ 128.30 $ 134.93 $ 138.68 $ 138.68 $ 138.68 $ 138.68 $ 138.68 37. 14.2 ccf per month $ 90.87 $ 94.38 $ 97.98 $ 101.76 $ 109.21 $ 113.15 $ 117.23 $ 121.01 $ 127.03 $ 132.68 $ 139.54 $ 143.42 $ 143.42 $ 143.42 $ 143.42 $ 143.42 38. 28.3 ccf per month $ 155.23 $ 161.24 $ 167.40 $ 173.88 $ 186.63 $ 193.37 $ 200.37 $ 206.85 $ 217.15 $ 226.82 $ 238.56 $ 245.20 $ 245.20 $ 245.20 $ 245.20 $ 245.20 SECTION 7 – Appendices Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 7-118 7.8 Prior Rate Model Comparison SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-1 GLOSSARY Base Charge: Fixed monthly wastewater service charge that is equal to the sum of the Billing and Collection Charge and the System Availability Charge. Best Equated Period: MSD defines its best equated period as a 90 to 92 day period of water usage between November and April of the preceding winter period. This period most closely reflects the water entering the MSD WW system by avoiding spring and summer water usage for activities such as lawn sprinkling and the filling of swimming pools. However, if a water bill issued during such period covers water usage for a period less than 90 days or more than 92 days, the Best Equated Period shall mean a 91 day period and water usage shall be calculated based on average daily usage for the actual billing period. Billing and Collection Charge: Monthly charge imposed by the District to recover the wastewater program’s share of the costs associated with issuing and collecting wastewater and bills. Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD): A measure of the quantity of oxygen utilized by microorganisms to break down complex organic materials into simple, more stable substance. BOD measurements are used as a measure of the organic strength of wastewater. Board: Refers to the Board of Trustees of the District. The Board is comprised of six (6) members, three appointed by the Mayor of the City of St. Louis and three appointed by the County Executive of St. Louis County. Bondholder: The registered owner of one or more Bonds issued by the District. Bonds: This financial instrument means: a certificate issued by a government or company promising to pay back borrowed money at a fixed rate of interest on a specified date. The term “Bonds” within this Rate Proposal includes, but is not limited to, obligation in the form of bonds, notes, contracts, lease obligations, bond anticipation notes, commercial paper, and certificates of participation. The term “Bond” or “Bonds” does not include any obligations incurred by the District on a subordinated basis. Budget: An estimate of proposed expenditures for a defined period and purpose and a schedule of revenues available to finance the proposed expenditures. Capacity: The maximum rate of flow that can be carried by a sewer or received by a treatment plant without causing an upset of the biological material contained within that treatment system. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-2 Capital Improvement and Replacement Program: Refers to the District’s comprehensive plan consisting of construction and/or renovation of major sewer system and wastewater treatment plant projects intending to enhance or restore system capabilities. Clean Water Act: Common term for the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1948, with major amendments in 1972 (PL 92 500), in 1977 by the Clean Water Act (PL 95 217) and in 1987 by the Water Quality Act (PL 100 4), as further amended, 33 U.S.C. 1251, et seq. Code of Federal Regulations: Law of the United States issued under several Titles. Title 40 deals with protection of the environment. Part 35 deals with specific regulations, including user charge requirements for wastewater utilities that have accepted construction grants from the Federal Government, which may be found at:. http://www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?tpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title40/40cfr35_main_02.tpl Combined Sewers: Sewers designed and constructed to receive both wastewater and stormwater or surface water. Compliance Charge: A charge imposed by the District that recovers costs for inspecting and regulating non-residential users in accordance with certain federal environmental regulations. This charge is recovered from all non-residential customers. Non-residential customers are assessed one of five tiered compliance charges based on the amount of inspection and testing of WW needed to comply with current regulations. Extra strength surcharges are applied to monitored non- residential customers generating excess biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD) and total suspended solids (TSS). Consent Decree: Agreement between MSD, the EPA, and the Missouri Coalition for the Environment settling litigation related to alleged violations of the Clean Water Act by the District and requiring expenditures of at least $4.7 billion (in 2010 dollars) over 23 years to prevent future violations. In 2018, the Consent Decree was extended by five years. The Consent Decree went into effect on April 27, 2012. Construction Work In Progress (CWIP): Investment in facilities under construction, but not yet dedicated to service. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-3 Contributed (Billable) Wastewater Volume: Billed WW volume is the estimated amount of water volume contributed to the sewer system by MSD customers. This volume is measured on either a metered or unmetered basis. The amount of contributed WW volume from metered customers is measured in Ccfs (One Hundred (100)) cubic feet (approximately 748 gallons). The volume from unmetered residential customers is likewise measured in Ccfs as determined based upon estimates of indoor water usage per fixture and the number of rooms within these properties referred to as attributes throughout the Rate Proposal. Based on analysis, the unit water consumption estimates of gallons per day (gpd) was used to calibrate billable WW volumes based on property attributes applicable to unmetered single family and multi-family customers. These volumes are: Attribute Assumed Volume Contributions Rooms 14.5 gpd Water Closet 54.2 gpd Baths 45.2 gpd Separate Showers 45.2 gpd Cost Allocation: Process of distributing cost of service (revenue requirements to be recovered from rates) to Functional Cost Components and then to Customer Classes on the basis of their relative use of the system (Units of Service) through application of unit costs. Customer Class: A group of customers having homogeneous characteristics. Customer Costs: Costs which tend to vary in proportion to the number of customers connected to the system. These include costs related to acquisition of water utility billing data, billing, collecting and accounting. Customer Impact: The financial restraints possible from the results of the proposed rate adjustments on typical residential, commercial and industrial customers of the District. Debt Service Coverage: A measure of the adequacy of Net Revenues from operations to pay interest and principal payments on all proposed and/or outstanding bonds. Coverage requirements are often dictated by bond covenants and are usually stated as the ratio of net revenues to actual or maximum debt service. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-4 Depreciation: The loss in service value, not restored by current maintenance, which occurs in utility plants in service due to decay, inadequacy and obsolescence. Depreciation accounting is usually based on an annual percentage allowance of plant investment equal to the original investment spread over the useful life of the facility and/or specific property within each facility. Discharger: Any user which contributes wastewater to the sewer system. District: Refers to the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District or MSD. The District is organized pursuant to Article VI, Section 30 of the Missouri State Constitution that empowers the people in the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County “to establish a metropolitan district for functional administration of services common to the area.” Domestic Strength Wastewater: Wastewater principally contributed from residential dwellings. This wastewater is also commonly called normal strength wastewater. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): A regulatory agency established by the U.S. Congress to administer the Nation’s environmental laws. Equivalent Bills: A means of relating customers with higher service requirements to a base customer to put them on an equivalent basis. Equivalent bills are used in this report to relate service requirements of Tier 2 through Tier 5 non-residential customers to Tier 1 non-residential customers not requiring inspections. Extra Strength Wastewater: Wastewater having a BOD, COD, or suspended solids strength that exceeds the maximum allowed limits for normal or domestic strength wastewater. Extra strength wastewater is wastewater with a BOD strength above 300 ppm or a COD strength above 600 ppm and/or suspended solids concentration greater than 300 ppm. Extra Strength Surcharges: Extra strength surcharges are applied to monitored non-residential customers generating excess biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), chemical oxygen demand (COD) and total suspended solids (TSS). Fiscal Year: An annual period used for budgeting and reporting purposes, this may or may not vary from the traditional calendar year. For this District the Fiscal Year begins on July 1 st and ends on the last day of June of the next year. Functional Cost Components: Classification of costs or investment by system function, including volume, capacity, BOD, and suspended solids and customer components. Grant: A contribution from one governmental entity to another entity. The contributions typically made to help construct new Wastewater System facilities. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-5 Industrial User: Users of the Wastewater System which discharge wastewater of different quality than normal or Domestic Strength Wastewater. Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) I/I is water entering the sewer system either through groundwater infiltration (e.g. sewer joints or cracks) or surface water inflow, (manhole covers, catch basins, or roof drains). For the District, inflow also includes stormwater that is conveyed to the wastewater treatment plant by Combined Sewers. Interceptor Sewer: A sewer that receives dry weather flow from a number of transverse sanitary sewers, as well as some Infiltration/Inflow and conducts the total flow to a treatment or disposal point. Low-Income Assistance Credit: Current policy defines CAP eligibility as residential customers with household income for the previous year less than 200% of the most recent Health and Human Services (HHS) poverty guidelines by household size and less than 250% for disabled individuals or those ages 62 or older. Maximum Annual Debt Service: Refers to bonds outstanding and their maximum principal and interest due in the current or future fiscal year. mg/l: Refers to “milligrams per liter” and is synonymous with part per million (ppm). Both unit expressions are commonly used to report the results of laboratory analyses of wastewater samples. MDNR: Refers to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, a Missouri state governmental agency responsible for the administration and enforcement of state and federal water pollution control policies and laws. The MDNR is also responsible for reviewing and approving the District’s system of wastewater charges for compliance with federal user charge requirements in accordance with 40 CFR Section 35.929. Multi-family Residential Customer: Two or more residential units connected to a single water connection. National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES): The national permit program established by the Clean Water Act to control the quality of waters discharged to the Nation’s receiving streams. The NPDES program is administered by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the State of Missouri. Net Revenue: Refers to the Revenues less the Expenses for certain periods, excluding any profits or losses on the early extinguishment of debt or on the sale or other disposition, not in the ordinary course of business, of investments or fixed or capital assets. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-6 Non-categorical Industrial User: Industrial users who are not subject to Federal Categorical Pretreatment Standards. Non-Residential Customer: All other customers served by the District that are not classified as Single Family Residential customers or Multifamily Residential Customers. Operating Reserve: Refers to an amount of funds held for the purpose of meeting normal operation and maintenance expenses for a specified time in the event of a loss of revenue. Operation and Maintenance Expenses: The reasonable and necessary current expenses of the District paid or accrued in operating and maintaining the Wastewater System. Ordinance: A formal legislative enactment by the governing body that has the full force and effect of law within the boundaries of the municipality or district to which it applies. Outfall Sewer: A sewer that receives wastewater from a collection system or from a treatment plant and directs it to a point of final discharge. Primary Treatment: Refers to the first stage of wastewater treatment whereby a substantial amount of suspended matter is removed by sedimentation or other means. Property: A lot or parcel of real estate, whether public or private, which is served by the Wastewater System. Reserve Fund Requirement: An amount required to be held in the Debt Service Reserve Fund for payment of bonded debt according to General Resolution. Residential Customers: Refers to Single Family and Multifamily Residential Customers, collectively. Revenue Bonds: Bonds payable solely from net or gross non-tax revenues derived from charges or rents paid by users of the facilities constructed with the proceeds of the bond issue. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-7 Revenues: Refers to all rates, fees, rentals, other charges, income and revenue property allocable to the Wastewater System in accordance with generally accepted principles resulting from the ownership and operation of the Wastewater System, except customer deposits and any other deposits subject to refund by the District. Sanitary Sewer: A sewer that carries the liquid and waterborne wastes contributed by customers together with minor quantities of ground and surface waters that are not intentionally admitted to the sanitary or separate sewer. Secondary Treatment: Refers to the treatment of wastewater by biological methods after Primary Treatment. Series: Refers to Bonds issued at the same time or sharing some other common term or characteristic and designated as a separate Series. Single Family Residential Customer: A single one-family residential unit connected to a single water connection. State: Refers to the State of Missouri. Surcharge: Set of BOD, COD, and Suspended Solids unit charges that are applied to non- residential customers that discharge Extra Strength Wastewater and have a Contributed Wastewater Volume equal to or greater than 8,000 cubic feet (80 Ccf) per month. Customers can be charged either the BOD or COD surcharge but not both. Typically, if the BOD/COD ratio is less than 0.35, the District will impose the COD surcharge instead of the BOD surcharge for such Extra Strength Wastewater. Suspended Solids (SS): Suspended Solids are a measurement of the insoluble solids that either float on the surface of, or are in suspension in water, wastewater or other liquids. SS is one common measurement of wastewater strength. System Availability Charge: Charge designed to recover the portion of infiltration/inflow (I/I) costs assigned to customers on the basis of the number of accounts. Transmittal Letter: A letter from the District to the MSD Rate Commission formally requesting consideration of its Rate Change Proposal. Unit Cost: Allocated functional costs divided by related system Units of Service. User: Any individual, firm, proprietorship, partnership, company, municipality, state, federal or local governmental entity, association, society, corporation, group or other entity served by the Wastewater System. SECTION 8 - GLOSSARY Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL _____________________________________________________________________________ 8-8 Volume Charge: Wastewater charge applied to each customer’s Contributed Wastewater Volume is called Volume Charge. Wastewater System: All portions of the District’s system related specifically to the collection, transportation, treatment and disposal of wastewater and its byproducts. The term Wastewater System more specifically includes, but is not limited to, sewage and wastewater treatment and disposal plants, sewage pumping plants, sewer maintenance yards and headquarters, intercepting and collection sewers, outfall sewers, trunk, connecting, relief and other sewer mains and additions to, alterations of, and reconstruction of, any of them and the lands, rights of way, pipe, conduits, equipment, machinery, apparatus and property necessary therefore. Watershed: An area of land that drains water, sediment and dissolved materials to a common outlet at some point along a stream channel. It is also referred to as a drainage basin or river basin. SECTION 9 - INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 9-1 INDEX Bad Debt--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-8,4-12 ,7-114. Best Equated Period------------------------------------------------------------------------4-5,4-6,4-31,8-1. Bill Impact -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ES-5, 5-1. Billable Wastewater (WW) Volume---------------------------------------------------------------------4-5. Biochemical Oxygen Demand-------------------------------------------------------Abbr-1,4-1,4-39,8-1. Board of Trustees------------------------------------------------------------Intro./MSD, Abbr-1,4-38,8-1. Capital Costs----------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-27,4-28,4-33. Capital Improvements----------------------------------------------4-12,4-13,4-16,4-17,4-20,4-22,4-27. Chemical Oxygen Demand--------------------------------------------------Abbr-1,4-1,4-28,8-1,8-2,8-4. City of St. Louis--------------------------------------------------------Introd., Abbr-1,ES-1,7-14,8-1,8-4. Compliance Charge----------------------------------------------------ES-1,4-1,4-25,4-32,4-36,4-40,8-2. Connection Fee--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-24. Consent Decree-------------------------------------------------------P.O.-2, Abbr-1,4-15, 7-8, 7-13, 8-2. Cost of Service--------ES-4,4-12,4-25,4-26,4-27,4-28,4-29,4-30,4-33,4-35,4-36,4-37,4-39,4-40, 4-41,8-3. Customer Classes------------------ES-5,4-3,4-25,4-29,4-31,4-32,4-33,4-34,4-35,4-36,4-37,5-1,8-3. Debt Financing---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-16,6-1. Debt Service-----------------------------Tbl-1,ES-2,4-12,4-17,4-19,4-20,4-22,4-24,4-27,8-3,8-5,8-6. Debt Service Coverage-----------------------------------------------------------4-17,4-20,4-22,4-24,8-3. Depreciation------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-27,8-4. Direct Costs-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-27. Equivalent Bills--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-32,8-4. Existing Wastewater Rates-------------------------------------------------------------------------4-2,4-36. Extra Strength Surcharges-----------------------------------------------------------4-1,4-36,4-39,8-2,8-4. Functional Cost Components-----------------------------------------------4-27,4-28,4-29,4-33,8-3,8-4. Fund Balances--------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-17,4-18,4-24. Grants--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-17,8-2. Indoor Water Usage-----------------------------------------------------------------------------4-5,4-31,8-3. Infiltration/Inflow---------------------------------------------------Abbr-1,4-12,4-25,4-31,4-32,8-5,8-7. SECTION 9 - INDEX Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District WASTEWATER RATE CHANGE PROPOSAL 9-2 Interest Rates---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-18. Late Charges------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-8. Net Revenue-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-24,8-3,8-5. Non-operating Revenue--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-29. Operating Costs-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-27. Operating Reserve---------------------------------------------------Fig-3,ES-2,4-12,4-19,4-20,4-24,8-6. Operation and Maintenance Expense--------------------------------------------------------------4-12,8-6. Paygo--------------------------------------------------------------------P.O-2,Abbr-2,4-12,4-16,4-17,6-1. Plant Investment-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-26,8-4. Rate Commission----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Intro., 8-7. Rate Design------------------------------------------------------------Intro.,P.O.-1,P.O.-2,ES-1,4-40,6-1. Revenue Bonds-----------------------------------P.O.-2,ES-1,ES-2,4-16,4-17,4-18,4-20,4-24,6-1,8-6. Revenue: Requirements--------------------------------------------------4-12,4-20,4-22,4-27,4-29,4-35,4-40,8-3. Operating------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-11,4-12,4-24,4-29. Routine Annual Capital Improvements--------------------------------------------------------- 4-12,4-20. Sewer System: Combined Sewers---------------------------------------------------------------------------------8-2. Sanitary Sewers----------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-15,4-27,8.5. State Revolving Loan Fund----------------------------- Abbr.-2,ES-2,4-13,4-16,4-17,4-18,4-20,4-24. Suspended Solids------------------------------------------Abbr-2,4-1,4-28,4-32,4-36,4-39,8-2,8-4,8-7. Test Year-----------------------------------------------------------Tbl.-1,4-25,4-27,4-28,4-29,4-37,4-39. Unit Costs--------------------------------------------------------------4-26,4-30,4-32,4-33,4-38,4-39,8-3. Wastewater Service Charges: Billing and Collection-----------------------------------------------------------,4-1,4-32,4-36,8-1. System Availability---------------------------------------------------------------4-1,4-36,8-1,8-7. Compliance Charge------------------------------------------ES-1,4-1,4-25,4-31,4-36,4-40, 8-2. Extra Strength Surcharges-------------------------------------------------4-1,4-36,4-39,8-2,8-4. Volume Charge------------------------------------------------------ES-1,4-1,4-25,4-36,4-39,8-8.